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GWYNNE,  Cigars, Tobaccos,    Confectionery  FRUIT, ETC.  FARRELL BLOCK  MOYIE  Beale & Elwell.  Fire, Life  Head OfRce  CBANBKOOK  and Accident Insurance.  MOYIE, B. C.  Leave Me Your Orders  FOR  PRESERVING FRUITS, ETC  V9&9&  FLOAT       |  %..*9&9*93999&9$939a99&9&$9&  Jim Hill has celebrated his 70th  birthday.  Eugene V, Debs was given a  big reception in Spokane Wednesday.  It is reported over fifteen cases  of typhoid fever are at present at  Grand Forks hospital.  Probably-Monday November 0  will be Thanksgiving day. It is  also the king's birthday.  te  Election Date  October 26th.  The Press Association of Eastern British Columbia and Alberta  will meet at Nelson next week.  The five Italians, supposed to  be members of the "Black Hand"  society, are now on trial at Fernie.    Geo. Munro of Creston has sold  his pet deer, and it will be teken  to Yancouver and placed in Stanley park         *i  Sixty thousand feet of lumber  was used iu the manufacture of  boxes in which Creston strawberries were shipped this year.  Invitations have been issued  for the marriage of Miss Marjorie  Francis Armstrong,"and Mr. Mylts  Ariel Beale, which is to take  place in Christ church at 1 o'clock  Wednesday, September 23rd.  Monday,' October, 20j has been  definitely decided on as the date  for the general elections with  nominations a week earlier on  October 19.  In all predictions made as to  the date' of the elections the  date chosen has not been mentioned for the reason probably  that no one supposed that a Monday would be chosen. In selecting the first working day of the  week the government has been  guided by the consideration that  it will give commerical men, and  others whose business keeps them  away from home, a chance to put  in their vote on election day, be*-  ing in business circles practically  a holiday. Another consideration  is that November weather is ill-  suited for campaign purposes and  still another ��� that it . will' leave  ample time for the calling of a  November session,of parliament  if guided by the practice of the  past two years,    '  For, Electric Lights.  - * ��� ��� - . * '��� -  -������ ���>  J* There 'was a. meeting of  the  shareholders  of the Moyie Telephone  and Electric   Light com-  _.    ,.       - , pany held in the sample rooms of  The big tunnel project between  the 0entral' hotel last night, and  BTSADACHKa^rcrKTro* -    ,  OUR GLASSES DO rE?  W. Ii. WILSON,. Optician  CRANBROOK.-      '     -   .  ;i$2;A YKAB  ! :'|  . Ml our past' records mean's we are being  recognized more and more every day as a  sa isf. cbry h oi.se to deal with.  .   Doing the largest business means doing it  right,  and there isn't' a store anywhere  better able to supply your heeds without.  .charging too much..-     - *?-*    ~   -  ,   Of course'you want a large assortment to  -choose   from, and'this   we have.   If we  haven't got what you want we w.ll procure it for you. ' ���. ��� >  Also for FRESH  VEGETABLES.   Everything^sea-  sonablc in stock.  c  IfcmWffiB��:  "Your Own Store"  Today groceries are sold cheaper in Moyie  than  any town on the-Crow's Nest.  What is (the reason?  Moyie Co-Operative Association, Ltd  Solves the problem...'  Now under new management.  Come and help.us make them cheaper.-  '" U fiiUUIf VCIU ~%J fiivii- tuuud  9?  FARRELL BLOCK   ^^  Greenwood and Phoenix is to be  started this fall. - The tunnel' will  be three.and a* half-miles"' in  length and will co3t three million  dollars. -- .  ^ P. T. Smyth; formerly of Moyie,  but" "now a resident' of Mullan'  Xd'seM^has^bequ- elected by, the  Mullan lodge of Odd' Fellows as  one of its delegates to the Idaho'  grand lodge, which meats at B ji-se  October 19 th.  It requires almost 30 acres ot  timber to make the quantity of  paper necessary for the Sunday  edition of tho-New York World.  And the World is.only one of 458  Sunday papers in America.  practically alt the stock was represented. Ic was decided to^sell  3,000 additional shares, of the company stock and to invest the' pro-  ce ids in an. electric lighting sys  tern for the town. The'stock is to  be placed on sale at once, and the  original stockholders? will be given  the preffcrence-forth'b.new shares."  Is Tii Politics/  Bishop '- Dontenwill of New  Westminster has been appointed  archbishop of Victoria, in succession to Archbishop Orth, resigned.  Bishop Dontenwill is now in  Rome and is not expected home  until Christmas time.  "3 MOYIE'S   LEADING   HOTEL. g  %  Hotel Kootenay  The best of accommodations  for the Traveling Public.  Large and Commodious Sample Booms. Billiard Rooms.     ^  MoTAVISH & CAMERON Proprietors. J-  WALKOVER SHOES.  Just in from Mass. U.S. A.    See our window display,  and satisfy yourself that for STYLE and QUALITY they  are all that can be desired.   ���".,  THE   FURNISHER.  . tS�� .*. ������&..���� ���)���*/ -V .*tB�� -*fj��l>-' i&rjsJr- sSzj&iS&zjAzjs&tsAr-itsaz. ��������  s��r i*r rtr xtr'*9srK  It is understood that the Nelson  board of trade contemplates taking steps with a view to inducing  the Canadian Pacific Railway  company to re-establish the, position of district passenger agent  for the Nelson district, which  was recently done away with.  John McKane, formerly of Rossland, who invested $6,000,000 of  Schwab's money in Nevada mines,  and cleaned up a million dollars  for himself, and gained more fame  by paying $2.50 toj'ride .across  one street in a hack, ha3 gone  back to Scotland to live and is a  candidate for parliament-in the  Dumfrieshirs district, the old  home of Andrew Carnegie.  Distinguished Visitors.  Over at' Rossland a man was  fined $10 and costs for shooting  willow grouse out of season. The  defendant addmitted that he had  killed and eaten grouse, but  claimed immunity on the ground  that he was prospecting at the  time and prospectors are allowed,  under the law, to kill such game  as is actually needed for food. It  was shown however,/ that when  he went prospecting he took with  bim a gun, ammunition, salt and  a little bread, but did not carry  an axe hor a prospector's pick.  It was also admitted that he had  killed the bird, cooked and eaten  it within two miles of that city.  Are Birds all Right.  Imperial Bank of Canada.  Capital Authorized������-������-���$10,000,000.  Capital paid up������������.r���--������4,925,000.  Rest���������������������������������������������-r4,925.000.  Savings bank department.  Interest allowed on deposits from date   of  deposits   and  credited quarterly.  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  J,F. M. PINKHAM, Manager,  S&rttt  The membars of the Canadian  MiniDg Institute spent a good  portion of Tuesday in Moyie looking through the St. Eugene and  the other mines. .Supt. Blaylock  or the St. Eugene extended them  every conrtesy, and Chas. A. McKay, Robt. Campbell and Chas.  Evans furnished the visitors with  Information on the other properties.  The   Cambrian,  The Cambrian shaft is being  pumped out with the big pump  which Mr. Cooper brought over  from" Nelson for the purpose.  Work will go on steadily without  interruption now.  Supreme Court.  The last issue of the British Columbia Gazette announces that a  sitting of the supreme court win  be held in Cranbrook on October  20th. Both criminal and civil  cases will he heard. :   .  Cranbrook Herald:���The junior  ball team of Moyie is a bird. It  has four Crowes and a Ha tvk in  its personnel.  GET YOUR  BREAD, CAKES AND  PASTRY  FROM  Summers & Hamilton.  The Aurora.  to  on  be  the  There   still  continues  a  good strong showing  Aurora.   The new compressor* and  boiler wUl soon be here.  Methodist seivice as usuil, Sunday evening at 7:30. Subject "The  Coming Kingdom." All are invited.  At the young Men's Bible Class  Sunday afternoon at *t.3.0r Rev. R.  E. Collis B. A. will pive an address on "Exploitation". All men  invited.  Mrs. Stinson was in Cranbrook  Wednesday to see her husband,  who is in the hospital. Mr. Stinson expects to be soon able to be  brought home/  "A combination of   style   and  quality," said a peominent gentle  man, when shown Walkover sho.es  at E. A. Hill's.  Professors ''Barney" Wilson,  Walter Watkins and Guy Wat'  kins furnished the music for a  big dance in Cranbrook Wednesday night,-and also last night.  Ed. Desaulnier and Peter Desaulnier left this week for Vegre-.  vllle Alberta, near which place  Frank and Chas. Desaulnier, their  brothers, have some valuable farm  ianoV ' . ���  Arthur Lutnei* is up from Spokane and is spending his vacation  with his parents, Aurthur is now  holding a good position with the  Spokane & Inland Empire traction  company.  McNeill Elected.  At the Miners'   Union  election  last Saturday,  Malcolm  McNeUl  was    elected    president for the  'semi-annual term.  Coming Events.  Nelson   Fair���September   23rd  to 26th,  New   Westminster   Fair���Sep  cember 29 th to   October 3rd.  -_ Victoria Fair���September 22nd  to 26th. v_^  Spokane Fair���October   5th to  10th. ,���#..'������%���?���"  A   straight car' eastern goods  placed in  cellar this we-ek..  MacEachern & Macdonald  %       LOCAL ASSAYS I  A J*  41 ��99999S99999999999999999*S  M. A�� Btiale was in town Tuesday. '  Paul Jensen is up from his farm  near Kingsgate;  Tho��.Rader was up. from Mor-  rissey, Sunday.  W. F. Gurd was up from- Cran--  brook Wednesday.  A. B. Cooper is over from* Nel-  son.-  There was a donee in Morley  hall Thursday evening.  Those eastern caps are just^in.  At HUTs..        ,. '  H. F. Strang way left yesterday  for^M-ontreaL-  The Conrad building is about  ready to occupy.  , W. H. F. Crosby, one of Moyie's  merchants, was was in Cranbrook  Tuesday.*  J. W. Fitch was transacting-  business in .Cranbrook Wednesday;  "Complete-seta of ier-confcinery  postage stamps can how be procured at the Moyie postoffice,  Harry, Dimock. was down to  Cranbrook Wednesday.  . W. H. Laird was in Cranbrook  yesterday.  The regular services were held  at the Catholic church last Sunday. -  J. H. Alexander passed through  Moyie Wednesday on his way to  Fernie.  Mike .Moran has returned to  Field to work in the C. P. It. tunnel. ���,,'_-"'  WANTED���Two good lumbermen. Apply to J. W. Fitch, for  Wm. Lawson. **������-.  .,. .There.was a good attendance*^'  the social held at the Presbyter-'  ian church Tuesday.  W. J.. Feltham, manager of the  Aurora, was over at Rossland for  several days. __  Michael Campbell, general utility man at the Sfc. Eugeneis taking  a week off and is at Calgary.  Mrs. W. C. Oliver is opening a  millinery shop at her residence on  on .Queens' avenue.  E. O. Kamm and wife are expected home tomorrow from  their trip to Michigan.  Arthur Lutner 'and Lloyd  Crowe are up at Munroe lake  hnnting bear and other lage game.  v jYt". 6  y  V* i'-|  Danger Is Over,  METAL MARKET-  Moyie w'll now breathe' easier.-  No longer will her   people experience  those^ horrible nightmares  that they have had in   the past.  Our  beautiful,  lake,   which we  prize as highly as a child does a  Teddy bear, is not to be wreste-i  from our   embrace.   It is to remain ours; all   ours.   No longer  shall we have   to guard it  as a  wsalthy parent   would his chili  from     being     kidnapped.   "Old  Man" Simpson has "taken his covetous eye off our property,', and  now-*looks> in .another "dU-ection.'r  He h'a3 made  another discovery  and shouts "Eureka!" . This t:m)  it is Sylvan   lake.   However, wo  don't give a darn which lake it is  just so long as it is not  our   lake  that he is trying  to steal." Only  a few months a^o he   advocated  tapping Moyie, lake with- a two  inch pipe and carrying the water  to Cranbrook.       His     "hellish"  plans were frustrated only after  a desperate fight pat up by.the  citizens of Moyie assisted by Dr.  Watt of    Fort Steele, who gallantly came to the   rescue when  he saw that our splendid body ot  water was to be turned  into a  mud-puddle. "-"���---   New York���Bar silver, 52.cfe:--  Lead '$4.75. . - o pper, 13 cts,  . London���Lead,'��13, 2s 6d  Ooodev3'3 Plans~  Nelson News'-A.'. S7 Goodeve,^  Conservative candidate for Koot-"-  enay, has selected Nelson as his/  campaign headquarters  and bas  also chosen Capt. D. C. McM'orris  of this city as his campaign Becre- "  tary.   The    young . conservative ]  club has .volunteered jits  premises*:��  'asi Jstfm&l'ttee foorn^ and '��he*ioffer I  ��as p'een acSapte'd. "The Work" oft "  perfecting organfzation-will  now/*  be pushed forward with all possible vigor from now until election  day:      ��� _ -    .*;.,%-     . _-. *_.-_"  - There were several reasons 'for '  the selection of ' Nelson-   as   the, '  campaign   headquarters,   among  them the fact that it is regarded  as the most central point' in" the  constituency.   It also has a more  direct' mail   service    than'most;  other places and in addition the,  telegraph office is  open most of  the'night.   Any communications  regarding the campaign sent to  Capt. D. C. MuMiU'ris, Nelson, will,  receive immediate attention.   A Health Resort,  '-John Macdonald was forced to  give up the Creston school on account of his he-olth. He is again  back in Moyie and is working at  tho St. Fugeno concentrator."���  Moyie Leader.  The Editor of the Review has  boen trying to figure out from the  above if the St. Eugene concentrator is a health sanitariua;.'^  Crestoa Raview.  Liberal Economy.  Winnigeg Telegram���The economy promised by the Liberal  party is strikingly shown in the  fact that in 1800 the Conservative  government spent $41,702,383,  while the estimates for the present  year ending in 1909 are $164,523-  681. Of course expenditure increases so enormously, economy  has been neglecting and a day of  reckoning is inevitable. ���  "Canned" Speechs.  The farmers in the states are  listened to "canned" campaigu  speeches this fall. Sales of records and phonographs have been  remarkably increased since the  campaign opened and a large proportion of the "canned speech" is  political.  Refuse to Pay.  Most of the insurance companies which sustanined losses in tho  recent fire at Fernie have already  settled with "their policy holders -  and the others will do so  immediately.   There is  one company,  tho Law Union and Crown Insur.��-  ance  company,  however,  whicfr  de-lines to admit any liability on  ont ho grounds that the loss was  caused by  forest fires and that  their 'policies   contain  a  clause-  exempting them under such conditions.    The   company   carried/!  several risks in the city, and the  holders of the policies are indignant at such action and are pre-*-  paring  to   make   an   organized  effort  to   endeavor  to   recover  their losses.  Society OirU  A considerable quantity of ore  will be shipped from the Society  Girl mine this coming winter*  There are several carloads of  ore on the dump which will ba  closely sorted and will be. ready to  be brought down as soon as there  is sufl\cient snow fojf- sleighing^  ADiulQult Case-..  A doctor. spending a rare and)  somewhat dull night at hia awn  fireside received the following'  message from three fellow prac-v  titionerst "Please stop over to.  the club and join us at a rubber*  of whist." "Jane, dear," he said  to his wife, "I am called away  again. It appears to be a diffi-,  cult case���there are three othe^  doctors on the spot already"  . <��� r'fl  - * 1 ('���' I  '-.-���I  ,*J-1  '������&I  J <  * *���'.*-  ���*:-���  4  v?-?1 THE    LEADER,    MOYIE,    BRITISH    COLUMBIA.  =**���  ..  5fr *'  REFUGEES  By A. CON AN DOYLE,  Author of   "Tlio.Return ol  Sherlock  Holme*"  Copyright. 18S3, by Hurper A BrotheiB  (Continued)  "1 tninii.tnat. ive are all-ready-for--  .-. thcin now," said the soigiieur.   "I would  Hi a t the women and children were "In  i'safe place. vI-Ias any .one heard any-"  filing of Du Lhut?" ' ,  'Mean has the licst'ears of any of us,"  S*our excellency,", said one man from'  Dosido the brass corner ���cannon. "He  thought1 that he heard shots a few  ���uinutes ago."  "Then'he has come Into touch of  them. Etiennc, take ten men aud go  to the withered oalc to cover thein if  llicy are retreating, but do not go another yard ou any pretext. I am too  short handed already. Perhaps, D��  ""atiuat, you wish.to sleep?"  "No; I could not sleep."  "We dan do no ������ more down here.'  What do you say to a round or two of  piquet?"  They" ascended   to  the   upper .hall,,  where Adele ciiine and sat by her husband, while the swarthy Onega crouched by the window, looking keenly out.  Into the forest.  "Men are rushing from the woods!"  jrled Onega.  "Tut! - It grows* serious!"  said the���������  nobleman.    "We can finish, the game  later.    Itemeiuber  that  the  deal  lies  with  you.     Let, us   see  what  it  all'  means."  De. Catinat bad. already rushed to the  window. Du Lhut. young Achille de la  '��� Noue and eight of the covering party  Were running with their heads bent toward the stockade, the door of which  had been, opened to admit them. Here  >and; there from beb'nd the trees came  little blue^ puffs or smoke. As the  gate'swuiig; into" place behind the little  party the brass cannon, at;tho.coruer'  gave a flash and" 'a roar," while "tbe^  whole'outline of the, wood was traced  in a rolling cloud, and "the shower of  bullets rapped' up'against the wooden  wall like hall,upon a;casement.  Having left Adele to the cafe, of her  Indian hostess and warned her for  her life to keep,from the windows, De  Catinat seized his musket andvruslied  downstairs.'" As he passed, a' bullet  came piping through one of the' narrow embrasures and starred itself In  a little blotch of lead upon the opposite wall. The seigneur had already  descended and was conversing with  - Du Lhut beside the door.  "A thousand -of thorn, you say?"  "Yes; .we came on a fresh trail of a  large''war party���300 at tho 'least.  They are all Mohawks and Cayu-  gas, with, a sprinkling of Oneldas.  We had a. .running fight for a .few  miles," and we have lost five men.   "We  Eight of the 'covering party were run-  nlng'wlth their heads bent.  had best have all ready to retire to the  house if^thoy carry the stockade.   We  can scarce hope to hold it when they  are twenty to one."  "All Is ready."  "And with-our cannon we can keep  their canoes from passing, so wo;might  send our women away tonight.",^  ���"I had'lntetuled'to do so. Wlllyou  take charge of the north side?-.You  might coi/ie, acrqss-..to nie "with ten of,  your men! now."  -  The Drlng came in one continuous  rattle now from-the edge of tho wood,  and tlioair. was full of���bullets. The  assailants wore all-trained shots, men  who had lived by their guns arid to  whom' a shaking"' hand or 'a: dim' eye  meant poverty and hunger. On the  other hand, the .defenders were also  skilled In- Indian .lighting' and wise in  every trick and lure which conld protect themselves or tempt their enemies  to show. They kept well to .the sides  of the loopholes, watching through lit:  tie crevices of ��� the -wood and firing  swiftly when a chance,offered. A red  leg sticking straight' up. into the air  from' behind a log showed where one  bullet at least had - gone home, but  - there was little^ to aim at save a puff-  and flash from among the leave's or the  -shadowy figure of a warrior seen for  an instant as he darted-from one tree  trunk to the other. Seven of the Canadians had' already been hit, but only  three were mortally wounded. .Tha  other four still kept manfully to their  loopholes. The women sat in a line  upon the ground, beneath the level of  tho holes; each with a saucerfui of bullets and a canister of powder, passing  up the loaded, guns to the fighting men.  ���.'At first the attack.had been all upon,  the south face, but as fresh bodies of  the Iroquois came'up their line spread  and lengthened -until the whole east  face was girt with-fire, which gradually enteloped- the' north also. ��� The f ar^t  was ringed in by a great loop of smoke  save only where the broad river flowed  past them. Over near the farther bank  the canoes were lurking, and one, manned by ten warriors, attempted to pass  up the stream, but a good shot from  the brass gun dashed In her side and  sank her, while a second of grape left  only four of the swimmers, whose high  scalp locks: stood out above the water  like the back fins of some strange fish.  On the inland side, however, the seigneur had', ordered the cannon to be  served no more,; for the broad embrasures drew the enemy's fire, and of'the  men who had-been' struck half were  among those'who "worked the guns.  The old nobleman strutted about  with his white ruffles and his clouded  cane behind the line of parched, smoke  grimed men, tapping his snuffbox and  shooting out his little jests.  "What. do.you think of it, Du Lhut?"  he asked.  '"' "They seem to be drawing "closer  upon the east face, and I think that  they will make a rush- there- before"  long," said Du Lhut.  The fire had. indeed grown much  fiercer upon the side which was defended by De Catinat, and'it was plain  that the main force of the Iroquois  was gathered at that point From  every log and trunk and cleft and  bush came the red flash with the gray  halo, and the bullets song in a continuous stream through the loopholes.  Amos had whittled a little hole for  himself about a foot above the ground  and lay upon his face, loading and  firing In his own quiet, methodical  fashion. Beside him stood Ephraim  Savage, his mouth set grimly, his eyes  flashing from under his down drawn  brows and his whole soul absorbed in  the smlflbg of tho Amalekites. * Do  Catinat was bearing himself like an  experienced soldier, walking up and  down among his men with short words  of praise or precept���those fire words,  rough and blunt, which bring a glow  to the heart and a flush to-the cheek.'  Seven of his men were do.wn, but as  the attack grew fiercer upon his side  it slackened.upon the others, and the  seigneur,' with his son and Du Lhut,  brought ten' men to re-enforce him. De  la Noue was holdiug out his snuffbox  to De'Catinat when. a shrill scream  from behind them made them both  look round.-' Onega, the Indian wife,  was wringing her hands over the body  of her son. A glance showed that the  bullet had pierced his heart and that  he was dead. .  -~   -  For an - instant the old. nobleman's  -tf]lxi-��.>?i*ea..grnw.-'i- Khailf** pnIpp- nnd. the.  hand which held out the little gold box  shook like a branch in the wind:  ��� "The De la Noues always'die-upon  the field of honor," he remarked. "I  think that we should have some -more  men in the angle liy the gun."  ,. And now it became clear why It was  that the Iroquois had chosen the eastern face for their main attack. It was  that' the clump of cover lay midway  between the edge of the forest and [  the stDckade. A storming party could  creep as far as that and gather, there  for ,the final rush. First one crouching warrior' and ������ then a second and  then, a^third darted ��� across .the.little  belt of open space and threw, themselves down among the bushes. 'The  fourth was hit and lay with his back  broken a few paces out from the edge  of the wood, but a stream of warriors  continued to venture the passage until  thirty-six hadgot across, and the'llttle  patch of underwood was full of lurk-  \ Ing savages. Amos Green's time-had  come.  From where he lay he could see the  whlto.patch where ho had cut tie Uark  from the. birch .sapling, and he knew  that immediately underneath It lay the  powder bag.' He; sighted the mark and  then slowly lowered his barrel until he  had got to the base of the. little tree as  nearly "as he "could guess it among the  tangle_of-l)i'Kl^��<* jXliaJniIlAt-poiiotrat���  "ed the bag,'and there was an explosion which 'shook the manor house and  swayed the whole line of stout stockades'as though they were cornstalks  in a breeze. Up to the highest summits of the trees went the huge column  of blue smoke,: aud after the first roar  there was a deathly silence, which was  broken'by the patter: and- thud of fall-'  Ing. bodies. -    ��� ���  The blow was a heavy one. Of the  thirty-six warriors, all"picked for their  valor, only four regained the shelter of  the woods and those so torn and. shattered that they were spent men. Already the Indians had lost heavily, and  "this~ffcsli~disastor ma~de~tirem--rccon^  'sider their plan of attack. Their fire  gradually slackened.  . "Is.it-possible that they are going to  abandon the attack?" cried De Catinat  Joyously. *-  But the wily Du Lhut shook his  head. ,"A wolf would as soon leave>a  half gnawed bone as an Iroquois such  a prize as this."  ��� "But they have lost heavily."  ;,"Aye, but not so heavily as ourselves  In proportion to our numbers. They  have lost fifty out of a thousand and  we twenty out of threescore. No, no;  they.- are' holding a council, and we  shall soon hear from thomvagain. But  it may be some hours first, and if you  will take my advice you will have an  hour's sleep, for you are not, as I,can  see by your eyes, ns used to doing  without it as I am."  De Catinat was indeed weary to the  last pitch of human endurance. Amos  Green and 'the seaman had- already  wrapped themselves In their blankets  'and sunk to sleep under the shelter of  the stockade. The soldier' rushed upstairs to say a few words of comfort  to the trembling Adele, and then,,  throwing himself down upon a couch]  he slept the dreamless sleep of an. exhausted man.. When at last he was  aroused by a fresh sputter pf musketry  fire from.the woods the sun;was already low in the heavens, .and the  mellow light of evening tinged the  bare walls of-the room. He -sprang  from his couch, seized his musket and  rushed downstairs. The defenders  were gathered at their loopholes once  more,,while Du Lhut, the seigneur aud  Ad-Jos Green were whispering eagerly  together.  "What is it, then? Are they coming  on?" he asked.  "They are up to some deviltry," said  Du Lhut, peering out at th<j, corner of  ���the embrasure. "They are gathering  thickly at the east fringe, aiid yet the  firing comes from the north. ; It is not  the Indian way to attack across the  .open, and yet, if-they think help is  coming from the fort, they might venture."     '   " '  . "The wood in front of us is alive with  them," said Amos. "They are as busy  as beavers among the underwood."  ; "Perhaps they are going to attack  from this side and cover the attack  by a fire from tbe flank."  "That  is what  I  think,"  cried the  seigneur.   "Bring the spare guns up  i here and all the men except five for  "each s*'1.0 "  The words were hardly out of his  mouth when a shrill yell rose from the  wood, and in an instant a cloud of.  warriors burst out and charged across  the open,, howling, springing'and waving their guns and tomahawks in tho  air. Some of those, in front,bore canoes  between them,"and as they reached the'  stockade they planted them against it  and swarmed up them as if they had  been scaling' ladders.' Others fired  through the embrasures and loopholes,  the   muzzles  of   their  guns  touching  the palisades and jumped fearlessly  down upon the inner side. The Canadians fired while they had time to load,  and then, clubbing their muskets, they  smashed furiously at every red head  wliich showed above the rails.  The din within the stockade was Infernal, the shouts and cries of tho  French, the whooping of the savage*  and the terrified screaming of the  frightened women blending into one  dreadful uproar, above which could be  heard the high, shrill.voice of the old  seigneur imploring' his censitaires to  stand fast' Willi Du Lhut, Amos, Do  Catinat and Ephraim Savage, he;was  ever In the forefront of the defense.  So desperately did they fight, the sword  and musket butt outreachlng the tomahawk, that though atone time fifty Iroquois were over the palisades they had  slain or driven back nearly all of them,  when a fresh wave burst suddenly over  tho south face, which had been stripped  of its defenders. Du Lhut saw in an  Instant that the inclosure was lost and  that only one thing could save the  house. ���''.-'.'��� ''..'���'  '  "Hold 'them   'for   an   instant!"   he  screamed,  and,  rushing, at the brass-  gun, he struck his flint and steel and  * fired It straight into the thick of the  savages.   Then, ������as' theyrrecoilcd for an  instant, ho stuck a nail into the touch-  hole aud drove it home with a blow  from  the  butt  of his gun. :: Dashing  across the yard, he spiked the gun at  the other corner- aud was back at the  -door as the remnants of the garrison  were hurled agaiust.lt by_the rush of  ; tho assailants.   The Canadians darted  ; in and swung the ponderous mass of  -'n*ood;-'*ito-posjtiou1-bi*eal��hi(j-the~lcg-0)t  the foremost warrior who had striven !  to follow them.    Then for an instant'  they ��� had'- time .for  counsel. .  ' (To be Continued.)  ST. VITUS^DANCE  A Severe   Case   Cured by Dr.  WilliamsVPink  Pills.  - St. Vitus'-dance is. a disease of the  nerves brought on -by a morbid condition of the blood. It is a common  disease with children and attacks females oftener. than males. The only  cure lies in plenty of pure bloody heme   mu/Mieo  "���-   ��������=".  ��>-r- -������*��� i cause good blood is the life, food of  those of the defenders, while others . the nerves. Dr. Williams- Pink fills  acain sprang unaided on to the tops of . cure even the most severe .forms ot  again bj.-     -, ,   ,,___,���,_   this,trouble because they enrich the  blood supply, thus carrying the necessary food to the nerves. In proof of  this we have the statement of Mrs.  Alex. Cameron,; Summerside, ��� ; P.E.I.,  who says:���"Some years .ago my  daughter Lena, then a child of ten  years,'became afflicted with St. Vitus  dance. rAt that.time she was attending school and the first indication I  had that something wns wrong, was  that she appeared easily discourage!  in her studies. She was naturally a  spirited child, not given to tears, but.  she would cry over what I thought  should be easy work for her. The  disease progressed so rapidly that in  the course of a few weeks she became unable to hold anything in her  hands, and we were obliged to take  her out of school. She became so afflicted that she could not hold a cup  to her lips without suddenly^ losing  hold of it. I knew from the first by  the svm'ptoms that her ailment was  St.* Vitus dance, and despaired of seeing her cured, as itwas looked on as  such a hopeless-ailment. She became  so bad that she could not hold herself  still for the space of ten seconds.  Her hands or feet were continually  moving and last of all she, would contort her features so that she was losing hqr natural expression. At_ this  stage I chanced on a paper containing  a testimonial in favor of Dr. Williams  Pink Pills, describing the cure of a  little girl afflicted as mine was. I  hastened to get a couple of boxes of  the Pills, and bv the time she had  nsed them T noticed a decided change  for the better, and purchased a further supplv. By. the time she had taken sevnn boxes she was entirely cur-  THE "LAST SUPPER."  WAGING-WAR ON RATS.  Measures Taken   In   England to  Exterminate the Pest.  ���The war :agninf-t'rats is being wac-  ed vigorously in Great Britain, where  the annual damage they _ cause is  variously estimated at amounts'.ranging from $50,000,000 to $75,000,000.  Potatoes infected "with ' a" tasteless  germ are placed within roach, and  this germ���harmless to man���is expected to cause a rapid decrease ol  ,the rodents-by-spreading a fatal'disease among them. As a further step  the Society For the Destruction of  Vermin seeks to set a price on the  animals' heads, having offered a prize  of 10 guineas and a 'diploma for* the  best method of miking ratskins commercially useful.. Taking the London  'and' Inclia docks- as examples of the  seriousness .of the plague, it'is-stated  that each of the twenty-seven sheds  stands on an acre 'of ground' and -is  estimated to harbor 2,000 rats under  it��-floors, making a total rodent popu-,  lation of "54,000 for these docks. Eaon  rat  is charjs;ed__wi1h   damage . of   at  "least a farthing a day���giving a total  yearly loss of more than $50,000. -  Law Against Teeth and Hal*.  "There was a law once against false  teeth," said the' antiquary, flashing  his superb set in a wide smile. "Yes,  and if your wife wore false teeth or  hair you could  divorce her."  He took down a curious old "book  to prove his statement and read the  following from a British act of Parliament of 1670.:  "That all women, of whatever aK��,  rank,- profession  or  degree,  whether  virgins, maids, or widows,, that shall  from after the'passing of this act im-  _PP.se__upon, jjseduce   and  betray into  matrimony any of his majcsty'sTnale"  subjects by scents, paints, cosmetics,  washes,  artificial   teeth, ��� false   hair,  Spanish  wool,   iron_.stays,  hoops   or  high" heeled ' shoes "shall   incur, the  .penalty  of  the   laws   now   in   force  : against witchcraft, sorcery and such  like misdemeanors, and the marriage,  upon conviction, shall stand null and  TOid."  ed.   Although she seemed thoroughly  cured I was afraid the disease might  . i-flturn again, but it never did,  and  i she   has   since   enioyed  the   best   of  health.   T cannot thank Dr. Williams'  breathing and for < ?.ink Pill,*i.,e,nou^ *or. what they did  | for my child, and I hone my exper-  I ience may be  of benefit to someone  'afflicted n<* my dmiirhter' was."  Dr. Williams' Pink .Pills are sold bv  nil medicine dealer^ or mav be.ob-  ���tained bv* mail at 50 coifs a box .or  'six boxes fnr $''..���'���* from The Dr. Williams'. Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.  Singular Story of the Masterpiece of j  Leonardo da Vinci.:  Moldering away on the wali of vae  old monastery in ��� Milan-*. Italy, hangs  the famous "Last.jSuppe.r",of,Leonardo  da Vinci." ..Lljie every masterpiece, the  painting required many years of patient labor,-and as. a result, of that  labor It Is perfect In Its naturalness  of expression and sublime In its story  of love. In addition to these.- qualities,  It has an incident in itshlstory that  contributes not a little toward making  it the great teacher that It is.   :       >  It is said. that the artist, in painting  the faces of the apostles, studied the  countenances of good men whom he  knew. When, however, he was ready  to paint the face.of Jesus in the picture he .could find none that would  satisfy his conception. The face that  would serve "as a model for the face of  Christ must bo dignified in its slm-'  pllcity and majestic in Its sweetness.  After several years of careful search  the painter happened to meet one,  Pletro Bandinelli, a choir ^boy of exquisite voice, belonging to the cathedral. Being struck by tho beautiful  features and tender manner that bespoke an angelic soul, the artist induced the boy to be the study for the  painting of the face of Jesus.  All was ' done . most carefully and  reverently,, but the picture was as yet,  Incomplete, for the face of Judas was  absent. Again the painter, with the  zeal of a true lover of his art, sot about  in search of a countenance that might  serve for the face of the traitor. Some  years passed before his search was rewarded and the picture finally completed. As the artist was about to dismiss the miserable and degraded  wretch who had been his awful choice  the man looked up at him and said,  "You have painted me before." Horrified and dumb with amazement, the  painter learned that tho man was Pletro Bandinelli. During those Intervening years Pietro had been at Rome  studying music, had met with evil  companions, had given himself up .to  drinking and gambling, had fallen into  shameful dissipation and crime." '���Tho'  face that now was the model for "the  face of Judas;had once,been, the model  for" the   face   of   Christ.  Brusque BrahrrM.   "���  A young Hungarian violinist; who'  was, continually talking about his  wonderful skill and great fame, had  his; flatteries addressed to Brahms  'cut short with, tho brusque remark,  "More finger exorcise and fewer  phrases;1 young'man!"  ��� A young woman who played the  pianoforte asked the composer as to  tho advisability of giving a concert  in Vienna.  "Are    you    aW    ready?"    inquired  Brahms.  "Certainly,   dear   master I   .May   I  play  something  forr you?"    **��� ,     .,  "Oh, no,  no!    I  meant only havo  you a new gown,and gloves?"-  "Yes, sir."  "Pity; otherwise I should have advised, you not to give, the concert.'*,  Sumatra.  Sumatra is the westernmost ol the  Dutch Indian possessions and one ot  .the largest islands' in the world."' It ���  is.Beparated from Java in the south- ;  by." the  strait  of  Sunda,   memorable  for"   its ' volcanic   disturbance.    The  northern  portion  embraces   the  sul-.^  tanate of Ache, and in the days of  Queen Elizabeth and James I., wlieh1  England    sent   ambassadors.,, to  .-its  court. Ache, was   a   great   kingdom,..  occupying more than half the island, j  The , Achenese. have   never   acknowledged the  supremacy, of the  Dutch,,  and over ��20,000,000 has  been spent  in ^endeavors to'subdue-, this .-race of  warriors.    South of Ache is a large  district  occupied  by' the  Battaks,   a  tribe that has practiced cannibalism  (or centuries. ���'.  Sir." Pompey���I say, Blaggs, you've  got a fine lot of ancestors.  Mr. Blaggs���Bless " yer 'eart, Sir  Pompey, they ain't mine���they're the  children's.���Ally Sloper's.  Comfort' for the Dyspeptic���There  is no. ailment so harassing and exhausting as dyspepsia, which arises,  from ' defective action of the stomach  and liver, and the victim "of it is to  be pitied. Yet he can find ready re-'  lief in * Parmelee's' Vegetable Pills, a  preparation that has* established itself by years of effective use. There  are pills that are' widely advertised  as the greatest ever compounded, but  not one ol them rank in,value with'  Parmelee's.  "I knqw -wnat's passing in your  mind," s"uddenly said the maiden as  the habitually silent caller stared at  her. .,"I know, too, why you are calling .here night after night, appropriating my. time to yourself ,and keeping other nice young men away.' You  want me to marry, you, don't you?"  "I���I do!" gasped the young man.  "I thought so- Very well; I will. '  ���Judge.  House flies '.{.spread contagious diseases such as. typhoid fever, scarlet  fever, smallpox and consumption  Wilson's Fly Pads kill the flies and  the disease germs too.  Neighbor��� Bertie, your mother is  calling you.  Bertie���Yes'm, I know it, but I fancy she don't, want me very badly.  Neighbor���But" s.h'e has called you  seven-times'-alre'adyr.-v-���=-   Bertie���I know, but she , hasn't  called "Albert"' "yet"���:* Philadelphia  Inquirer.  Minard's Liniment relieves Neuralgia.'  "You can always tell an actor whose  season has not been prosperous," Eaid  Mr: Stormihgton Barnes.  "How?" -  :"He won't talk with' you five minutes without saying that the public  doesn't appreciate art."���Washington  Star.  /  a lost joke:  .Would Be Imitator of a Witty Man  Made a Ludicrous Finish.  Congressman Quarles ' used to tell  this: "I was a guest of a leading  banker at dinner,' one of your New  York giants of finance, who had invited nearly.a scoi;o of us ,to eat a bit,,  drink a bit and swap notions. Everything was lovely until the fifth course.  The waiter was-bringing In what appeared on the menu as 'langue fumee;  aux episards,' .what we common; old  roustabouts call smoked' beef tongiie-  with spinach���and my favorite dish  He tripped at the door and spilled tht  tongue and greens on the carpet The  host, equal to the. occasion; relieved us  all, especially the 'waiter, liy saying  jovially: 'There's no hamr, doner gentlemen.- 'Tis merely a lapsus linguae.'  It was .about .the .cleverest, play of  words I ever heard.  ' "Among the guests was a Broadwaj  merchant, up from the gutter, worth  about $3,000,000. and proud of his vocabulary/which was not unlike Mrs.  Malaprop's," continued Quarles.' "He  shook with- merriment at the banker's  wit. The happy effect induced him to  give a dinner the following week, with  about the same guests, and,' as I hap  pened to. learn afterward, he had directed his servant to let fall a piece of  .roast beef on the floor. The servant  faithfully performed his part Down  went a spk*ndid first cut, weighhij  about fifteen pounds,' the delicious  Juices spattering everywhere. We all  felt hurt at the accident. Some even  groaned. 'Be not uneayy,' my friends,1  chirruped the would be witty host  "tis  only   a   lapsus   linguae.'"  Three packets of Wilson's Fly Pads  cost twenty-five .cents, and will kill  more flies than twenty-five dollars'  worth .of sticky paper.   -  .,-.,.. ���  Concrels romDstones.  While the application of ooncret*  in tho manufacture of. tombstones  seems, rather a gruesome one,. sayj>  Cement Age, still the ancients, associated the tomb with the highest artistic impulse. The manufacture of  concrete tombstones is Tapidly becoming an important industry in itself, so great is the economy of concrete. The results already accomplished supgest the possibilities ol  -the futuTe. With concrete as the  structural material there is no limit  to tha opportunity of the artist.  Whether . the concrete be so , molded  ^as to make the !ornamehtal features  an integral part i of .the structure or  whether it be incrusted with terra  cotta in subdued tones; the opportunity exists for the exercise of the.beut  artistic talent. ��� { Designs -formerly  made in mfirble'or granite can 'be  readily reproduced in concrete and  at considerably .smaller cost.  Snagging Salmon In Alaska.  I saw Indians on the Chilcat rive*  Ashing day and night . The fishennac  walked along the bank carrying a pol<  on the end of��which was a barblesi  steel hook.  Tossing.the.hook end of the pole.lnti  the stream, ho turned It so that th��  elbow rested ou the bottom. Then h<  gently, drew: the pole back and forth  aud. when,he felt a fish-strike thi  ���shaft he know that a salmon was prob  ably crossing over the pole, so he gavi  It n quick jerli,, drove the' hook 'intc  the fish's side and hauled it up on th<  bank. ...,.';..-..,.. . '      ,  This Is called snagging salmon.���For  est- and Stream.  Ready Reasoning. '  They  stood   before   a  reproduction  of the Venus of Melos.  :"Her hands'must have been-beauti-���  ful," said one. ,    :,/..  "Very," assented the other, "i wonder what position'they were in?" ��� ';  "I havo a theory that she was represented as busied at her toilet. One  hand probably held a small mirror."  "And the other, a powder puff, eh?  But that theory won't work."  "And why not?" ,  "Had she been at her toilet her '  mouth would have "been full of hair-'  pin*." |  '- " . \ ":���  ,- '   iMJiEiii-  Iliiiil  Work It Out. ......  A man buys a pair of shoes for $i  uid bauds the shoemaker a ten dolla*  illl. The shoemaker goes'; to a grocei  next.door-to have the bill changed and  ihen ..gives .his customer. $7 change  After the latter has gone the grocei  rushes iu and declares" that the ten  dollar .bill was a counterfeit. TU<  ���.shoemaker giy.es , him five good, out.  dollar'bills, a two dollar bill and $3 ic  change ' for It. How much has' thir  ���shoemaker lost?    - ������/���'���:'.'.  AGENT IS  WESTERN PROVINCES  ���r2ft  An Eager Parent. ...  ��� "Jack Is so brave!    tie went right!  Into the- library -.aiid said to father, .'J  want to marry your daughter.'"  "And; what did your father say?."  ., "He: said:  'Good!   -Which one?''*'*..  Lippincott's. '....  ���.The pul  ions, split  "tf;  W.   N.    U.   No.   706.  Indignant Disclaimer.  Vanilla Beane--How odd! .That.uoil()  tmld ring of .yours.makes a black mart;  ;i round your fiu'ger. ; Hazel Nutt���Th*  ring didn't make that mark. That-<  that's dirt!���Chicago Tribune.  ���-:--���.������_ "���..���'.���.*     Hoto It Goes':   ���..'-".";���    ,  Barnes���Howes says he. had the time  of his life last night" ". '  .fuiedd���That accounts for It. Howes  jis\ terribly  down  in  the-mouth  this  ���morning. 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Saskatoon,   Iroquois   Hotel   ..   ......... .... ,v  .. .. Oct. 19th.  Regina,   "The  Clayton". ..   ..   ..   ..      .. 7. i. V. Oct.'22nd*.""  Brandon, "The Empire"  ..   .. -[.   ..'������'.'."'.'.' l"..^ 6ct."29t'h.tl  Portage la Prairie, The Leland .......   .. ., Nov.   r"i.  -Winnipeg    ..  .....   .k   .. .*-��.;. ..'   <?..*flov.   8th  e\>-  LOOK OUT FOR DEFINITE DATES.  Please mention" JhTs ^aper. <  I     l"  Start the Day Right by Eating  euDsrnnirn  aaiucat  ���: -���etjr��� ��� a��h��b^mev.wmw���p-w*th b mmnru���~������  for Breakfast' with milk or cream and a little  fruit. It is a'Mttscle-Buildirig food, easily digested by the most delicate stomach.  Puts   Vim   and   Vigor into tiredr nerves and weary' brains."  SOLD BY ALL GROCERS. 1053  '" ����OMIM,IM����'l^^  -'*���-ALWAYS;: .."'>���  EVERYWHERE    IN    CANADA,  ASK' FOR  , Eddy's--Matches hav.eij'hai|.ed. from Hull since 1851���and these  '/ears* of''Constant'���' Betterment; havei-resulted in Eddy's Mate  reaching   a   Height   of   Perfection attained by No Others.  ���... . Sold   and   used   everywhere   in   Canada.  57  atches  .... ,....���������,���.,���..���...i t;,Ay.enfi..r;,..:l^ ,;..'.1.T.,.'. ���  The I-owder Manufacturev-r-. "Fancy  old Bill of all people, going into' the  gunpowder shed, w3jth a lighted candle;  I should have'tlxbught vtliat; thatSvould  be the last-thing/he'di do..: ;*~ *;  ' The Workman��� Which, properly  speakin', it were, sir.���Sketch.  A. pleasant medicine; for children is  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator,  and there is nothing-better for driving  worms from the system.  '.'Where did Maudie get that dandy  $500 gown?"  "She earned it by writing an article  on 'How t6 Dress on $50 a Year'."���  Ju'dg_eT- .  Minard's Liniment Cures  Burns, etci  Robinson Crusoe named his man Friday.  "I -wanted a week-end party," he explained. /  Herewith joy reigned unconfined.  '���������.���'���-. ���New York Sun.  -1,.".,.',-.^-,.l.....;liight.^rejght|i ��� ���".   - On board one of the Scottish steaiii-  ei-e'^hicli have been' built" witti ex--  ceedingly- light, draft to i get over the  frequent "sliallo'Ws of 'one? of the rivers  in..:' Scotland,' 'a'jYankeiej tourist    remarked, to the captain," a shrewd old  Scotsman:��� .' .:-���'.  "' "I 'guess',.' skipper,  that  you  think  nothing, of.,steaming across a meadow  when there lias been a heavy fall of  dew." . ;.. . ... ..   .;_.'. .....' ij,  "That's so,'j replied'" the" captain,  "though occasionally vie hae tae'-send  a man ahead wi' a waterng can '''������  Tit-Bits. , '���' .  ..  Corns, cause much suffering, but  Hblloway's Corn Cure offers a speedy,  sure, and satisfactory relief.  "Were you scared when 'you got  25.000 feet high?"  "A little," acknowledged the intrepid woman who climbed mountains.  "You know, the glare of the snow is  just terrible on the complexion."���  Philadelphia Ledger.  ���''���^���-.'i^^ ������'���-a-- **  THE    LEADER,    MOYIE,    BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  "THE dull'white or"  'the glossy finish  on laundered linen is  a matter of  taste���to  get either  finish, perfect is  a'  matter of  using  Celluloid Starch.  Just add lukewarm  water���soaks into  fabric without rubbing and  stiffens  perfectly.    The edge or point of the iron  will give the gloss.  -    . 211  CeUuW& SWcW  Never Sticks.  Requires no Cookin?  tho Brantford Starch Work., UmlW, Brantford. Cai-ife  POLITENESS PAYS.  Depression in Japan.  Many of tho Japanese porcelain  factories, it is. said, arc not paying  expenses, and production has been  reduced by 30 to 40 per cent. In Tsu*  ninkiniurn 28 ot tho 80 porcelain factories have suspended, owing to the  decrease in American and Chinese  imports.  Mrs. Hayrick (at tho village post-'  office)���I was expecting a postal card  from my mother-in-law saying what  dav she was coming to visit me.  Village Postmaster (absentlv)���She  will be down Wednesday. Why���er-  cr���here's the postal.  They were on their honeymoon and  wore climbing the Schnupfclgapfen  spitzent Peak, and she stood abovr  him sonic twenty feet. "What ho!"  ho casped.    "What do you see?"  "Far. fur below," she cried. "I see  a 1-ong white streak, stretching like n  paper ribbon back almost to our  hotel."  "Ha, ha!" he ejaculated. "I'll-bet  it's that blessed hotel bill overtaking  us!" And they proceeded onward and  upward.���New Haven- Register!   : :    .       ' \  The Best Liver Pill.���The action of  tho liver is easily disarranged. A  sudden chill, under exposure to the  elements, over-indulgence in some fav-  orile food, excess in drinking, -are  a few of the cnuses. But whatever'  mnv bf the cause, Parmelee's Vece-  t,-ble Pills can be relied unon as the  h��st correclive thnt enn be taken  They are the lend ins; liver pills arid  they have no superiors among such  preparations. '  En neck's will wns being drawn up  h" the lawyer. "I hereby bequeath  ."���I mv pronnrtv to mv wife."* dictated  Fiv.pck.    "Got thnt down?"  "Yes," answered the attorney.  "On condition," continued Enpeck'  "thnt she marries within a vonr;"  "But whv that condition?" asked  the man of law.  "localise," answered the meek and  l'nvlv testator. "I want somebody to  ba sorry that I died."  HOW'S THIS?  Wp offer One Hrndred Dollars reward for any case of Catarrh that can  not be cured bv Hall's Catarrh Cure  F   -T. Cheney &  Co., Toledo, O.  Wp. the unrlcrsiened. have known  "F J. Cheney for thp last 15 years, and  helipve him .pcrfpptly honorntle in ��0'  business transnetions. nnd financinlh*  nhle.to carry out any obligations made  by his fiVm. *  Wnldiner.  Kinnan & Marvin,  Wholesale Drugd'sts. Toledo. O  Hall's Catarrh Cure is takpn mterv>  rillv.   acting  directly  upon   the   blood  nr>n  mucous surfaces  of the  svstem  Tpstimoninls pnnt free. Price. 75c. per  bnHlp.-   Polrl   bv   nil   Dmepists  Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.  "T have boon abroad in the best ��� f  society," boasted the city youth.  "Whv even mv trunks bear the labels  of Switzerland."  "On-ill, - that's nothing, sonny,"  di-nvled his rural' uncle. '"So does  a box of cheese."���Chicago News.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  Tf  at  first  you   don't  succeed   ask  -4hom=for=one=of=the=ea-vy=joljsi=wit.h.  the "high salaries.���Galveston News.  The Place for a Record.  "Ts this a good place to fish?"  -"Well," answered "Fanner. Corntos-  sel. "if I was. a -rec-lnr snortsma.n,  looking fur a record, I should say it's  'bout as a good place to fish as they  is."  "What kind of fish do you catch? ;  "T didn't say anything 'bout catch-  in' fish. I was just talkin' 'bout fish-  in'. If you was to fish.in this pond  nn' catch a sure 'miff fish, you'd sot a  pace thnt 'ud have the whole State  talkin' 'bout you ["���Exchange.  Nothing to Lose by Cultivating Good  Manners.  Have you ever had a "woman tell you  that she 'would not say "Please" and  "Thank you" to servants? They are  BUch short little'words that any child  can utter them; but. truth to tell, children of the present day are not taught  to use them when addressing servauts.  A little politeness goes a long way and  helps to lubricate the wheels of domestic affairs fully as much as oil  applied to machinery. There Is frequently as much "friction in the one  case,as In the other. Then why not apply the same method? Politeness and  tact should go hand in hand. An order given' with a smile aud "Please"  will, Iu all probability, be better carried out and more quickly executed  for the little word, nnd If a "Thank  you" Is added when the service is finished what harm can possibly be  done? There Is certainly nothing to  lose by cultivating" good manners���If  you have not them already. In fact,  the gain Is on the side of the well bred  woman who requites each little service with a "Thank you." "Good manners are a greater factor In success  than fncntal ability." said a savnut. It  Is undoubtedly a well acknowledged  fact, that bewitching manners go far  to secure a person-social success. The  Inference,���'naturally, Is thiit good manners nre an Inhei-ftanci* that the possessor was raised In a refined and cultivated atmosphere���In other words,  was "to the manner born." Beauty Is  a divine gift nnd wins favor readily,  hut -beauty without good breeding  soon falls to satisfy, aud the person  Is apt to be looked upon us one whose  birth was not all that It should have  beeu.. The old saying, "Beauty Is but  skin deep," should be a warning to the  fortunate possessor who relies solely  on its charm.- It fades all too soon, and  unless there are other staying qualities the disappointment will be great  when the inevitable change takes  place. Each one influences somo ono  else. Our manners- and sayings are  Imitated more than we are aware. So  It "behooves each person to be very  careful of word and act, for surely our  manners are reflected In those around  us. * "     ���  CHAPEL fiOYAL STORIES  ���JHURCH   has  been  scene  of  INTERESTING EVENTS.  WHY THEY  LAUGHED.  A Chinese Accessory That Made AH  Jthe Mischief.  A girl whose io'i:g pongee coat has  been the admiration of her friends all  this season is seriously considering  never wearing It again. There Is no  question as to the style and art of the  wrap, a long, (lowing affair with fascinating plaits aud big sleeves that float  In the smallest summer breeze. Its  decoration, is a triumph,' for the girl  hied herself to Chinatown and bought  embroideries to use as insets and panels, one of the most fascinating being  a black silk band not more than two  Inches wide. Its length is about two  yards, and it Is almost solidly covered  with embroidery In old blues. -At each  end is a long black tassel. This band,  you see, has been put around the low  neck, so that the two ends fall free almost to the bottom of the coat  So far so good, but one day while  wearing the cloak she carried her husband's collars to a Chinese laundry.  Being by no moans a dull person, it  took her but a moment to see that all  laundry operations ceased ns soon as  she entered and that she had become  an object of unqualified Interest. Almost simultaneously it dawned on her  why. It was her Chinese embroideries.  To the man waiting on her she said,  pointing to her coat trimmings:  "You recognize them?"  "Leg, le's," quoth he of the pigtail.  "Chinaman hold up trousers with that,"  and he pointed to the beautiful long  narrow black embroidered band.  Her Telephone Hour.  - A girl whose engagements are wany  nnd who. Is therefore out a gooa deal  has established a telepboue hour.    In  "thlsPway her~ffiends.are always sure  of catching her on the wire, and she  comes ln< for many unexpected good  times that otherwise, might be missed.  Until she. did this It was' almost Impossible to get lier... Now If she is not  nt home at the telephone time she calls  up the house and tells the maid where  she niay be reached. The arrangement  works to a charm, she says, and poth-'  Ing would induce her to go back to the  haphazard fashion of any aud no time.  HEALTH  AND. BEAUTY.  you need Stanfield's  BLACK     LABEL  Underwear.  It is the heavy weight���  woven especially for severe  winter weather.  With   this  warm,   snug-:  fitting    Underwear   next  your skin, you won't mind  how low the thermometer  goes..  Look for the Black Label.  Weakly children are very liable to;  have sties. Good diet and cod liver;  oil or malt are the best remedies.  For dark circles under the eyei regular living, simple diet, deep breathing and nutritious food are unfailing  ���specifies. ,  A diet of white of <-'Kff. whipped to a.  stiff froth and taken throe times dally.'  Is a tine prescription for a thin contour  of face. ��� ' ?  -To reduce wide nostrils a lotion of  tannin aud camphor carefully mixed  In' equal proportions and faithfully ap-;  piied-will invariably yield good results.)-  For sunken cheeks oue ounce of-Ian-'  olln mixed with one-half ounce' of  cocoa butter and rubbed into the face  with a rotary and upward motion is an:  accepted  specific. :;,:-.-'  Small wisps of hair will stay in curl  much longer if just before the hair is  curled with the heated iron the locks  are dampened with bay 'rum. This  often proves very, helpful on dump"  days.  Learn to dance. Dancers are fine  walkers. Dance fifteen minutes every  day. It will make you more limber in  the unused muscles. When you walk  try to relax a little. Most walkers  walk as if they were trying to walk a  -jack.   They walk stiffly..  A Paradox. '  "So you  think you  see an opportunity," said his friendi   ���,     .   ��� ���  "See an  opportunity?" said the enthusiastic person.   "Yes, siree!  And,  teli  you,   it's out  of sight!"���Chicagi  Inter Ocean.  Underwear  140  Just Trying.  "You look rather weary, old man."  "Yes.    I've  had a  trying time this  past week."  "Sick?".  "No, on n jury."���Philadelphia Press.  To Be Married In Chapel Royal Is  One of the Greatest Honors to Be  Achieved In England���Royal Weddings Have Been Held There For  Centuries "��� Bishop Who Disliked  Ogling   Introduced   High   Pews.  The Chapel Royal, St. James's Palace, where Miss Reid, daughter ' of  the American. Ambassador, was married to the Hon. John Ward, Lord  Dudley's brother, ��� and equerrj to the  King, is little' known to the vast majority  pf Londoners.  Visitors to the metropolis who make  a point of seeing all ��� the historic  buildings to which they can obtain  access,* says. The London Daily Mail,  well know tho unostentatious position of the chapel, which is entered  from what is called the* Color Court  of the Palace. /But to how many ordinary Londoners who wend their  way through the courts of the "palace,  past the sentries who keep watch  and guard beneath the Henry VIII.  gateway, as a near cut from Pall Mall  to Bclgravia, does the large window  to the right of the portal mean more  than a mere window?   -  Yet inside the edifice lighted by it  kings and princes' have" bcen married and have worshipped for hundreds of years and many babies of  high degree have been baptized. It  was in that chapel that King Charles  I. attended service before walking  through the park to the headsman's  block in Whitehall.  It is a mark of groat honor to receive permission from the King to be  wedded in the Chapel Royal, which  is one of the "peculiar" and "'extra-  parochial" plate's of worship in tho  realm, and not often is the little'edifice used for the celebration of the  nuptials of a subject. Queen Victoria  and Prince Albert were married'* in  the Chapel Royal, St. James's, and  their daughter, the ��� Princess Royal,  was wedded there to the'Crown Prince  of Prussia, afterward the Emperor  Frederick.- The present Prince and  Princess of Wales were also married  within the small precincts. In former reigns Prince George of Denmark and the Princess Anne (afterward Queen), Frederick Prince of  Wales and the daughter of the Duke  of Coburg and George IV. and Queen  Caroline were united there.  It is commonly reported in descriptions of the Chapel Royal that it is  uninteresting in appearance, small  and devoid of beauty, save for the  Holbein ceiling, ;'with its exquisitely  colored panelling,- among which a  short inscription and the date 1540,  with the name of Henry VIII.,. are  discernible. Small it is���it ��� measures  only sixty-two feet long and seats  only about 200 persons'���but, so' well  proportioned, despite its galleries,  that- the ultimate impression conveyed  is that of the stateliest dignity. The  royal gallery faces the altar; at one  side is the organ gallery, and there  are galleries for peers and. peeresses,  memhe-vs of Parliament and 'other  privileged persons. *  On the floor of the chapel there are  old-fashioned pews, and the quaintest are those reserved" as seats of  honor at the sid��s of. the altar. Even  for morning service the chapel very  frequently has-to be lighted throughout, and when from each sconce a  candle gleams the effect is beautiful.  More so is it when to the candles  flowers nre added in glorious profusion. For a royal wedding the pews  are removed and low seats take their  place.  Bishop Burnet "lodged a complaint" in his day to the Princess  Anne (afterward Queen) against the  "ogling and sighing which was" ever  b?ing indulged in at the Chapel  Royal," begging that the pews might  be raised higher and made into closets, as in fact they afterward were.  It was Queen Anne who in the first  year of her reipn ordered "the Yeoman of Her Majesty's removing wardrobe" to provide three umbrellas for  tho Chnpcl Royal'and two for the  Ante-Chapel.  Curious royal warrants and orders  =in^connection=with=the^conduct=of^  services and attendance in the Chapel  Royal .are   extant.   : In  1622   it   was  decreed by James I. thai:  "Noe man whatsoever presume to  wayte upon us to the Chappel in  bootes and spurs."  Charles II. ordered for the chapel  through Lord Sandwich, "Master of  our Great Wardrobe," the following  aticles connected doubtless with the.  upholstery and heating arrangements  of the'sacred edifice, as well, as with  the services:  "Item���two bare hydes of oxc leather. '  ."Item���three thousand of tenter -  hookes, three hamers, one fire shovel,  One pare of tongs, three black jacks,  tK-ee gispons, two brushes, one perfuming pan of iron, six houre glasses,  and a'paire of strong iron andirons;  and that you content and pay- for  nuking, tho premises."  In explanation of these curious appliances it may be added that black  jacks were large mugs made of leath-  ci, used, in those days for the serving  oi small beer, and that a gispen was  a small pot or cup, also made of  leather. The perfuming pan of iron  would be used for the incense burnt  upon special occasions in the Chapel  Royal, and the hour glasses probably  to rc'-late'the length of the sermons.  ���-��� I>-.-��� >e days of long sermons George  III.'; who was a regular attendant at  the services, used to be left alone.at  the conclusion* of them, according to  an old story, with his equerry and  the parson "to freeze it out together,"  the Queen and the royal family having dropped out one by one from the  chapel." ��� It is narrated of the same  monarch that he used to beat time  with his music roll while the anthem  was being sung, and incidentally bang  the powdered polls of his pages when  they were unattentive.  First at Last.  : Stevens works for. a German whe  is in the commission business near  Washington market. Stevens came  near losing his job recently because  of his habit of arriving late at the  office, and it was not until Schinitz,  his'employer, told him if he was late  again he would be discharged that  he mended his ways.  .'���   '  Now he'is telling his friends how  the boss, who never has been able to  get the kinks out of the English  language, complimented him for his  punctuality.  "Harry," said Mr. Schmitz, "I haf  noticed dot you are early of late."  Stevens nodded and smiled, and his  employer   continued: **  "You were pehind pefore, but nov  Eou are de fairst at La>*i-"  FISHING SUPtRSTlTIONS.  Mrs, M. Barrett,  <5oa Morenn St,  Montreal, lays:  "A horrid  rash came out all over my baby's 'ace and  spread until it had totally covered his scalp.  It was irritating and painful, and caused  the jit tie one hours of suffering. We tried  soaps nnd powders nnd salves, but he got  no better. He refused his food, got quite  tbin nnd worn, nnd was reduced to a very  serious condition. I was advised to try  Zam-Buk, and did so. It wns wonderful  how it seemed to cool and ease the child's  burning, painful skin. Zam-Buk from tbe  very commencement seemed to go right to  the spot, and the pimples and sores and the  irritation 'grew less and less. Within a  few weeks my baby's skin was healed  completely. He has now not a trace of  rash, or eruption, or eczema, or burning  sore.^ Not only so, but cured of the tormenting skin trouble, he has improved in  general health."  Zam-Buk 1�� told at all ttorei and medicine vendor!, 50c. a box, or port free from Z��m-Buk Co.,  Toronto, for price, o Boxes for $1.50. A certain cure  for all ��kin diieases, outs, bnrni, etc., and forpilee.  Good English.  A French lady living in America  engaged a carpenter to do some work  for her at a stipulated price. She  was surprised later to find that he  charged more than the price agreed  upon."'When she ' attempted to remonstrate with him, however, her  English failed her, and* she said:    '  "You are dearer to me now' than  when we were -first engaged."���Success Magazine.  Requisite on the Farm.���Every farmer should keep a supply of Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil on hand, not  only as a ready cure for ills in tha  family, but because it is a horse and  cattle medicine of great potency. - As  a substitute for sweet oil for horses  and cattle affected by colic it far surpasses anything that can be administered. '-"-���;  Tom���Of course the " bride - looks  lovely, as brides."always do.  <���*"  Nell���Yes, but'the bridegroom doesn't look -altogether fit. Seems rather  run down.  Tom���Run down? Oh, yes. Caught  after a long' chase.��� Philadelphia  Press.  Only tho choicest selected hill-grown  tea leaves are used in "Salada" Tea,  giving it a delicate fragrance, and delicious flavor. " 41  "Barney's wooden leg has been  paining him of late," said Scholes to  his wife.  "How can that be?" said Mrs.  Scholes, irritably.  "Mrs. Barney has been thrashing  him with it," was the explanation.���  Judge's Library.  Diphtheria is spread by the common  house fly. Wilson's Fly Pads are tho  best fly -killers known. Refuse unsatisfactory substitutes.  *MinWd's^Lliiiment~*Co., Eimitedr  Dear Sirs,���I had a bleeding Tumor  on my face for a long time and tried  a number of remedies without any  good results. I was advised to try  MINARD'S LINIMENT,,and after using several bottles it inade a complete  cure, and it healed' all up' and disappeared altogether.;'  LAVID HENDERSON,  Belleislc  Station,  King's Co.,  N.  B.,  '       Sept. 17, 1904. ' ���-���.-������- ������<'  "Dessert," said he, "I hope is pie."  His manner made her smart.  She was not cross but her reply,  Was "just a little tart."  ���Catholic Standard and Times.  An Ingersoll Story.  Colonel Ingersoll was to speak iu  a western town. As an antidote the  good people announced for the following night, "An Answer to Ingersoll." Circulars were o.von scattered  about the hall the night before, and  one was handed to Ingersoll by mistake as lie made his way toward tho  platform. He was fairly into his subject when a mule attached to one of  the vehicles about tlio entrance opened up an opposition after the manner  of mules. Ingersoll paused, listened  intently till the music ceased for an  instant; then, shaking a menacing  finger in the direction whence the  sound had come, he cried:  "Hold-on,- there! -You stop! Can't  you play fair? This fcs my evening,!  You are advertised for to-morrow  nicht!"    (  Ganders  lighters.  Ganders...  are 'among   the   best   blr4  Heart of the Stork.  The Arabs have a superstition that  the stork has a human heart. When  one of these birds builds its nest on a  housetop they bcMevp the happiness of  that household Is insured for that  year.   ��� ���.,'-- ���'.*" '���' '.  Various Queer Notions Exist All Over  thr. World.  In British' Columbia tho Indians  oeremoniousl\ went to meet the first  salmon.and in flattering" roices tried  to win their favor"' by, calling them  all chiefs.  Every spring in California the  Karaks used to dance foi* salmon.  Meanwhile one of their number" secluded himself in the'mountains and  fasted for ten days. Upon his return  lie solemnly approached the river,  took the first salmon of the catch,  ate some of it and ,with the remainder lighted a sacrificial fire. The  same Indians laboriously climbed to  the mountain top after the poles for  the spearing booth,, heing convinced  that if. they were gathered "where the  salmon'were watcnirtg no fish-, would  be  caught.   v     -      - , '    ��� .  V'ciy widespread, in fact, is thiB  native belief of the necessity of caution whenever Adam is on fishing  bent. ���' *  In'Japan among the primitive raoe  of the Ainos oven the women loft at  home are not allowed to talk, lest  tho fish may hear and disapprove,  while the* first,fish' is always brought  in through a,window instead of a  door so the other fish may not see. '���  The Eskimo women of Alaska  never sow while the men are fishing,  and should any mending bo imperative they do it shut up in little tents  out of sight of the sea.  Under no circumstance on the  northeast coast of Scotland will a'  fisherman at sea mention certain objects on land, such as "minister,"  "kirk,'.' "swine," "dog," etc., and  the line will surely be lost if a pig  is seen while baiting it. As on the  land chickens must not. be counted  until they' aro hatched, so at Bea  fi&h must not be counted until they  are caught. It is good luck to find  mice nibbling among the nets. A  horseshoe -nailed 'to the most will  help, and a herring caught and salted down will' produce wonders.  In the Shetland islands a cat must  not be mentioned before a man baiting hiB.line, and among the .Magyars  of Hungary 'a fisherman will . turn  back and wait over a* tide if he meets  ��� a woman wearing a .white-apron.- ���  Every year the natives of the Duke  "of York'Island (Ic'cbratea" cjfiioe with  flowers and fern, fill- it with shell  money and cast it- adrift, L-"to . com:  ponsate the fish for , their . fellows  caught and oaten." ' '  '   '���'  It was "always the custom of the  Maoris, the primitive inhabitants of  New Zealand, to put the first fish  that they caught back into"the sea  "with a prayer that it might tempt  other fish to come and be caught."  If the fish did not come soon  enough in British Columbia the Indians used to enraloy a wizard, who  made an image of a swimming fish  and put it * in the water to attract  live fish to the bait.  Aunt  Hspzibah's   Explanation.  Aunt Hepzibah was usually a  careful housewife, and things seldom  went wrong under her management,  but one evening she left the lid off  the big canister in which she kept  her best oolong tea, and a half grown  cat crept inside of it and slept on  the ��� fragrant  contents.       ;  Aunt Hepzibah's horror on discovering it the next morning was heightened by the fact that she was entertaining a friend who was particularly  fond of tea and always used it for  breakfast. The nearest grocery store  was half- a mile away, and 'nothing  could be done to repair the mischinf.  "I'm awfully sorry, Mrs. Wyekoff," '  she said to her guest at. breakfast  time, "but Duniuiiiing' happened (o  my oolong last night, and I've nothing to offer you to take its place bu*  ���cab-nap te*a. You'd rather have  coffee than that, I'm sure."  The guest preferred the coffee, and  the story never leaked out until Aunt  Hepzibah told it herself.  The   Marvellous   Lusitania.  The Cunard liner Lusitania has  made a sensational run across the  Atlantic.  The big turbiner not only lowered  all records for the trans-Atlantic voyage by nearly four -hours, but she  also broke three' other records^  She made the passage in four days  =and=15^hoursr���-The=best^previous=re-  cord, made by.,Her on Nov. 8 last,  was four days, 18 hours and 40  minutes.' ���  On tho whole trip of 2,781. miles  the Lusitania made an average speed  of 25.05 knots an hour, a new record,  the previous one being 25.01, made  by hor on her record trip last Novem--  ber. .  The third record broken is that for  the greatest day's ��� run���G50 knots up  to noon on tho 17 of August, in which  run she also set a new pace in steaming an'uveragc of 25.06 knots'for tho  24 hours.  French and English Tastes.  How far does the great "healthy  British public" like to sec exhibitions of tlio horrible? Certainly not  liko the French, for, although Paris  has abolished the publicity of tha  morgue, a French company liko tho  Grand Guignol can go on year after  year, and French newspapers will  publish' pictures of the corpses and  all that sort of thing <*13 English  newspapers would not darn to do.  To call it "morbid" is begging the  question. It is simply different from  ourselves.  His Definition of Whisky.  The eminent British surgeon, Sir  Victor Horsley, not only enjoys tho  reputation of being one of the leading p'arthologists, but he, is also known  fi'r' his1'wit. -" Entering his club, the  Athenaeum, one day, a friend said  to him: "Hello, Horsley! Can you  tell me what whisky._ is- yet?" "Th��  most popular poison." in tho world,  my dear sir," was the prompt retort  Just a Slip of the Pen.  Summer Boarder���You wrote me  that mosquitoes were nowhere in  this  neighborhood.  Farmer��� I reck'n there's some mistake, ��� pardner. . I must o' writ that  mosquitoes were now here in the  ���acijy'iborhood.  He Required Time.  Just before Mark Twain's daughter,  Miss Clara Clemens, sailed for Europe  she attended a reception, at which she  met oue of the friends of her Hartford  childhood; who had been a very small  boy, but had growu.to.be an unusually  tall man. Thinking that Marl; might  not remember the friend, she said to  .her father:  "You remember Tom Jones, father?'  "I remember pnrt of Mm," replied  ���Mark, peering up at Jnu-s, "hut it  seenis to me It would take a week to  romomber ell of him." ��� Harper's  Weekly.  HIRING SILK HATS.  Aged London Hatter Drives Flourishing Trade In United States.  Top-hatters have an ally in the person of Mr. Christopher Clarke, who,  outside his shop in .Houghton street,  just off Kingsway,' London, England,  has displayed a -notice which-- reads,  "Gentlemen's silk,hats lent on hire  for weddings  and 'funerals."  "I started in business in 1834,"  said the veteran hat-maker, - "when  the trade in-silk hats was far^more  extensive than it is now. But silk  hats nowadays last much longer,- because they aro taken better care of,  and when they do become 'dowdy*  they can easily .bo remade equal 'to  new. Well, it was not till three or  four years ago, to try to' retain some  of the trade which was slipping away,"  that I adopted tho method of lending  silk hats on hire. ���'  "My customers arc chiefly folk up  from the country, who find their caps  or felt hats not quite the correct  thing for wear in London, but on  many occasions I havo customers'  who practico in tho Law Courts, and-  many who hold well-paid'- posts in  the neighborhood of tho'Strand: ;  "Frequently peoplo who-aro looking  for work come to me, for they declare  that they" will' have r a-better chance  of socuring employment with a glossy  silk hat. Most of my patrons are  people of humble means, who want to  attend a' wedding or funeral suitabiv  nlthcd in that hull mark ot Britkh  respectability, a top-hat. These mon,  as a rule, cannot afford to. buy" a hat  outright,-so hiTO one from .'mo for the  occasion.���-.:My usual charge * is * one  shilling -a'vday.'"-'   '   .-*'.,'. ���-��� * *  .' / RECORD SPENDTHRIFT.sVrQ  British Inspector In Bankruptcy Tells  1 "    *',-Some^. Amazing  Stories.    '  ,The Inspector-General in Bankruptcy for the United'Kingdom issued his  report recently, and gave .'some astonishing 'particulars' of spendthrift-careers.. One, case-cited is'vthaf of a  baronet' who '.carnV into his title'and  ���an .income of $240,000 'a'-yearHn' 1886.  when'he' was' 24, years ^old; ^"Af te't-,19  years of extravagance he" owed $2,295.-'  000, "which"was secured by life poli-'  cics and his life interest in the estate.  The policies were 373 in, number, and'  represented the amount of $2,295,000.  ,A special act of Parliament was. passed to relieve his .entanglements in  1904, but his excessive expenditure  continued, and he went bankrupt last  year. Another case is that of an Eton  boy, who owed $15,000 when.he left  school, and $175,000 at the age of 21.  A third individual was -entitled to"  property amounting .to. $2,235,000 at  the age of 25. He. spent-.the.greater  part of this- amount in advance,- and  went bankrupt Bho'rtly after his 25th  birthday.    >  AUSTRALIA OFFERS TROOPS.  Crack    Militiamen    Will    Enlist    For  Service   If   Desired.  Col. Evans, on behalf of tho officers and men of the Sixth Australian  Infantry Regiment, one of Victoria's  crack militia corps, has offered to enlist for service in India at' once,  should-the'Bombay disturbances continue.  A cable to this effect was sent to"  Sir George Clarke, Governor of Bombay, who is also the regiment's honorary colonel.  In a letter conveying the offer, Col.  Evans says: "The effect upon the  present unrest and defiance of authority in India would bo incalculable  if it wore known that British troops  in India have fighting at. their side  comradCB Irom Australia and the Empire."  Mr. Deakin, the Australian Premier, regards the offer as chivalrous,  but the Government must consider the  needs of the situation in India before taking action.   ^a  An   Aboriginal   Anchor.  A spirited controversy in New Zealand centres round an old stone anchor which has just been deposited  in the Wellington Museum. It is alleged on the one hand that it belonged to Kupe, the famous Maori Columbus of the South Seas, who navigating his great canoes from tho mys-  -terious���Hawaiki���was���the���first��� uis^  coverer of New Zealand^ On the oth- '  er hand, it is contended that the  anchor could not have been Kupe's,  because it was* found at Paremata,  whereas Kupe landed at Palliser Bay,  and must havo left it on the shore  there when he hauled his canoes up  to the Table-lands, near Mart-inbor-  ough, and there turned them upside  down. They remain there to this  day; or, at any rate, there arc throe  mounds there which may ��� be the  canoes covered by drifting earth and  sand, and among the Maoris the place  is still called Nga-Waka-a-Kxipo���the  Canoes of Kupe.   '    '  Kitchener's Garden.  As everyone knows. Lord Kitchener  is one of tlio most resourceful men  alive, and there is an amusing story  told of how he overcame a difficulty  thai, occurred in connection with tho  visit .of tho Ameer of Afghanistan  to India, some time ago. Kitchener-  desired to lay out a beautiful garden  for the benefit of the distinguished  visitor, and hundreds of rare plants  and exotics were brought for the purpose. Then it was suddenly discovered that there was no grass with which  to plant the lawn, and there was no  time to send elsewhere to procure it.  "Sow mustard and cress seed," said  Kitchener; "that will come up in a  day or two." His advice was taken,'  and iri.,n'_Bhort time there was a magnificent "lawn" which had a far  prettier effect- than- if it .had been  composed of the proper article.  Easily Arranged.  A corporal of a famous Irish regiment, while on a march in India,  went to the quartermaster to borrow  a camel to curry a spare tent. The  quartermaster refused. "I have only  the cart, and this, spare .camel I am  keeping for a case of emergency."   '  "Well," said the corporal, "can't  you put the awe of emergency on the  Oartjjnd let me have the camelr"*  Descriptive.   '  Darkaway���Did you ' make lovo t��  any girls at the shore?  Cleverton���YeSi-^-vOne from Boston  and one from. New Orleans.  "How was it?"     *  "Did you ever have chills and fever?"  ���Smart Set     "  No sPain with  Red Blood  Get your blood right by using Dr.  A: W. Chase's Nerve Food and Rheumatic pains ia HI disappear. * -���-���  Rheumatism   and ' diseases   of -. the '  nerves are closely allied���both.are due  to thin, watery- and*-impure blood-.  Have you ever noticed that it is  when you are tired, weak, worn out  and exhausted that the 'rheumatism  gives you trouble..  ' -Well, if your blood were analyzed  at such times it would be found lacking just such elements as are, contained in Dr. A. W: Chase's Nerve Food.  Because this great restorative actually,  forms rich, healthful blood it' positively cures rheumatism.*.    _  Mrs. M. A. Clock; Meaford, Ont.,  writes:���"I was so weak and helpless  that I required help to move in bed.-  Indigestion '"-and ��� -rheumatism caused  great suffering. By tho use of eleven  boxes of Dr. Chase's Nforvo. Food I  havq,.been mado^Btrong and well."   *'���  Portrait and 'signature* of A. W.  Chase, M.D., the- famous Rcccjpt Book  author, on every hex: 50 ccrits at'all  dealers or Edmanson, Bates���& Co.,  Toronto".      --'--*       ��� ', , ���       ���       ~",  Dr. A. W.Chase's'  ���'*-  *J  Explained.   -'.'^,   J  "How   dare   you   cut/ off    baby's  curls-?" " '  "Ho cut them- himself."  .   "How did lie reach the back of his  .head?" ' '-     '     '  ���'���"He stood on. the stool.".   ���        -,  Attacks of cholera and1 dysentery  come quickly, there seldom being any  ���warning of the visit. Remedial action must be taken just as quickly  if the. patient is' to he ��� spared great  and permanent injury to the lining  membranes of the bowels. The readiest preparation for the purpose-,is  Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial.  It can-be got at'small cost at any  "drug.'store-or general dealer's, and it  will afford relief before a doctor can  be called. * ; "*-- '*V-'  i-}*..L  . ."yes," remarked Farmer Hodge,  "my boy Joe gets a good deal'o'-iun  out o'"motor cars.!'., ^> t.'. ,. i   .  ' "But he doesn't owiija machine."  "Of  course  notr' He's  one  o' - the '  constables."��� Philadelphia.* Inquirer.  i   .' ii  Your dining room- and kitchen can  be kept free from flies by using Wilson's Fly Pads- as directed on each  package. Get'the genuine-WiJsonJa;  no other killers compare with theme;  . "Goo'd-night, you precious' lamb;''  said the mother, with the liberty one  sometimes takes, even with drie's.-son,  at bedtime. ' ."'     ^  "Mothor,",'snid .the small, boy,--beseechingly, "if you must call me something, wouldn't you'just as 'soon "call  mc  a   billy-goat?"���Youth's .Compan-;"  ion. _���...,���.,-  Minard's  Liniment Cures  Dandruff.  Louie���Uncle, "what's*chagrin?  "Uncle?���Well, it's v'hat"a stout,man  feels when he runs and jumps oh a  'car that;does'n'-fc start fdr half ofn hoiir.'  ���Chicago-Daily" News.  *" -"    ." . ,,  >. .: ' : Would Be Missed.* . ��� *;t  ."I , know what you'll miss most  about us"," said her neighbor,'who was  moving froimlhe, building, /"our telephone, that .you, have" bcen using. I  shall never forget that rifghfyou called us up from somewhere where you  had" concluded to spend the night,  that you had left your flat* unlocked  and were afraid there was a'b'urglar  In it' * Would we go aud see if thero  was-a burglar iu it?,       ', .  "Wasn't that a nice" thing to'ask'ns-  to do? Here 1 had' to get out of bed,*  wake up the hired girl and.the elevator man and the janitor and go look  for that burglar in your flat! And  after all the trouble he wasn't there.  "No, you'll pever get such neighbora-  fis  w& are again, such obliging,  bur-  _glar_buiitIn's_ircigubors���never _in_tho~  world!"   : ;* ' *   ,  Frenzied  Finance,  Her Husband���.! saved ��000 today.  His Wife���How did you do it?  Her Ilnsband��� Smith offered to sell  me his'automobile for that sum, but 1  didn't have the money.���Chicago News.  The Danger.  The busy man stopped before an ofiice building and'"leaped from his carriage., At the same moment an ambitious urchin rau forward and piped: ���  "Ilc-y,. mister, kiu I hold yer.horse?" .  "No, you can't!" snapped tho busy  man.  "Won't charge y* much,"- insisted tho  urchin.  "I don't care about the charge," Impatiently responded the man, throwing a blanket over his bony steed. "My.  borse will not run away."  "Gee, mister, 1 didn't think he'd run  away!" ������ . ;  "No?"    ''���;''  "No.   I thought ho might falldown." ,  SPECIAL   TO   GRAIN   SHIPPERS.  It lakes years to learn the best methods of handling grain. We have had  thirty years' experience handling  grain in this country, have a branch  office at Fort William and close business connections at nil grain centres.  Ship your grain through us for prompt  returns and good services. References,  Union Bank  of  Canada.  Manitoba  Commission   Co.,...  Grain     Exchange,    Winnipeg,     Man.  , Avoid  ndicitis  It is caused by the clogging of tha ,.,  bowels and intestines. Keep,the ch>-v^:  gestion active, the stomach' right-."' "'  the bowels healthy and open witb'-i'-;  Sold Everywhere.'.   In boxea'-SS cents!"  ILADII  Send your lin-no Midi  j ����^n-,j address and you will rs-1  i���. 'J���.. _ ceive a' free"namplo of I  ISLOCUM-S COMPOUND PENNYROYAL  I rr **��� P��wcrful but rmrinleua vegetable I  B rueuicino tor eickness peculiar to women, I  Band all dlseaf.es arising . therefrom. A.11I  I druBglstd sell at 25c, or postpaid for pricol  J from Dr. T. A. Slocum, Limited; Spadlna  .venue, Toronto. '  ���BESB3  . *; ���*������  Ave  W."   N.    U.   No.   706. ->fr"^ **-," .*-  ���&y  ���:-W  TWK TJKADKR. JMOYI-K, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  IS U  -t-*-  *P ibliehed in thp mtpresi of the people  of "4oy"e und East Kootenay.  P, J- PMYTH, PrjBUSHEB,  ���baxb op srjBcairrio)*?  Owe Year  tt  .00  A Bold Step/ ^  * lb overcome (he weflrgtOttrrfefl tad  reasonable objections of the more fate*-*  ligent to tho use of secret, medicinal com-  pounds, Dr. E. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N.  Y��� some time ago, decided to make a bold  departure from the usual coarse pursued  by the makers of putwrp medicines for domestic use, and-sa has puhflshed broads  cast and openly to the whole world, a full  .and compfsie list qf all tho ingredients  entering inkj-the composition of his widely  celebrated fepdictffes. Thus he has .taken  hta'uumcre-asButroris and patients jnto  bis full/onfj^ence. Thus too ho has re-  movedAia/'ued*(*lnc9 from among secret  nbitr/mf^of doubtful merits, and made  themitlcmedUx of Known Composttiron.  ���hv this holdstep nr. Pirirco has shown  tTTj*.!! his formulas arcTof S'lflh .ex-jenftfice  SATURDAY, SEPT. 19, 1908,3  Ji*Hpst, scrutiny,.,  lot only does tho wrapper ot every bottle  of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, tho  October 26th^will tell the tale.  ��>'  Tbe battle of the ballots ia on.  Get peady,  Moyie is the -'Mineral City" of  the Kootenays.  -=���r^i������������������  Prom- present   indications the  plosed season for straw hats,   will  come earlier this year than usual;  -rr m rzr  The candidate will 8Qon le  abroad in the land. Qe will tye&t  all .voters handsomely, and some  often,  r?=r. f��-J rr-r  A party of Molsons bank* directors are looking over the Koote-  liays for locations fof-ppspe  "bianphea. Why not get thpm interested in Moyie?  ������=���: *�����  gupimer 1 as gone.   Frpmout 'he blue  *Enchant��d sky the sua burns through  pale ritfsts of morning's spitrkliug 'le\y  "���The mountains yfiiled In purRle ha-jj,  r��u8hrino the early circliifg days  jtf ore quickly, in thefr -*til' cpit>mpfi.f  IJy creepiuR tides, the crescei*t t)ay,^'  Ever Its sickle Bwlngs, each day   -"  .  ^ .  Reaping the sea #ee<| brown aud gray.  Another improvement is in  sight for M yie. An electric  lighting.system is to be installed.  ���Thus step by step the town is  making strides in the ��g^ direction,  . ~      ^   v'*Jfelson News:���A vote for Mr.  J*. S. Goodeye|'or any other: Con**  geryatiye ^ndidate in the corning  Bomipipn election, is a vote in  favor pf better terms for British  CpJo.mb.ia- This, is something  that the people of. this province  shooed.keep.constantly in tieir  - ininds.  ���     ���     ��� ���.'���rrrr  This is an old one, but it is not  ���JjOq bad: A tramp rang a doctor'?  *beli jn Spokane pne day last week  and asked the pretty woman -wlio  ppeued tbe door if she would be  so kind as to ask fche doctor if he  had a pair of old pants h�� would  Jrindly give away! ?'I am the  doctor," said the smUing young  womanrblitlths" tramp~didn'f wait  for the pants.  fhe  \Jn\on Onion..  He planted a union onion,  For he was a nnion man,  Andh e managed all pf his affairs  On a rigid union plan.  He fended his union onion '  With pati.enpe and gentle care;  Put the union   onion   went;   on  Btrike,  To the union man's despair.  He asked of the union onion  If it wpuldn't arbitrate;  Pfltfchepmon said it could not, for  It�� grieyencp was too treat.  '?Wha)b grievence, oh, union onion?  He asked' and the onion said,  n^ell. I want a union chamber?  maid  ���To he making up my bpd."  famous medlclno for weak stomach, torpid  llvor orhlllouiness and all catarrhal diseases  ���wherever located, have printed upon it. in  plain English, a full and complete list of all  tho lnsredlenta con-posing It, but a small  book his been compiled from numerous  ���Undnrd medical works, ot all tho diaorcnt  Schools uf Dracllco. contalnlnc very numerous extract* fi-om tbe wrlllnfrs of leading  practitioners of moaiolpo, endorsing in U*  strongest possible terms, each ana every infrro-  dlent contained In Dr. I'lerco-ij medicines.  One of these littlo books wlll'Ge mailed frees  to any ono sendlnsr address on postal card or  by letter, to Dr. K. V. Pierco, Buffalo. N. Y.,  ���.nd rcauestlnc tho same. From this littlo  book It will bo learned that Dr. Pierce's medicines contain no alcohol, narcotics, mineral  agents or other poisonous or Injurious agents  and that they are made from native, medicinal roots of great valuo: also that some of  the most valnablo Ingredients contained in  ���'      \'tVi  )t P4$rce'i  and debt-Ill  irvous. "over-worked. ���"yun-Sown.** nervous  _id debUftated womon, \ffcre employed, long  pears ago, by the Indians for similar ailments  affecting their squaws. In fact, one of the  most'valuable medicinal plants entering into  "���be cqmpopltlon of Dr. Pierce's favorite Prescription was known to tne Indians as  ���StiuAW-Weed'.-' Our knowledge of the uses  of not a few of our most valuable native, me-  gVdsal plants was gained from tho Indians.  Sa mad-*i up by lmpj'OTpd and" exact pro-  tho "JPavozite Prescription 'Is 'a most  Fishing Tackle  RODS, REELS, FLIES,  BAITS, LINES, HOOKS  LEADER BOXES AND  TROOLS.  Greenheart rods from $3 to $13;  ���split bamboo from $1 60 to $5.75;  Lvnce wood rods from $2 to $5  Trunk rods fiom H to $4.50.  MOYIE DRUG AND  STATIOKEFY   STORE.  1  O. 0. F.  Wildey Lodge No. 44.  Meets Tuesday evenings in McGregor  hall on Victoria sued. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  Henry Sait F. J. Smyth.  Noble Grand. Secr'y.  ������^M���^��������^��a���������  St. Eugene Lodge Nn. 37.  K. of P.  Meets every'ThDTBday  (���vening    in   McGregor  hull nt 8 ('clock. .Vis-  iiing brothers invited.  H. 0. Livesley, E. A. Hill  Chancellor Com. K. K, and S,  Shoe Repairing  Mining. [Shoes  Made to Order  efficient remedy for reaulatliig all tbe -vonf-  toly fnnctidps, cprrocung displacements, as  prolapsus,   anteversion   and   xetorversion.  ts. as   ,,rsi  orercomlnjc painful periods, toning np ..  and biincriijjjj; atpot a perfect st��to'<  pty pr ftll ri*S"*jnpi fry p^^rt^ff,^ -  IN THE COUNTY COcTKJ {)V EAST KOOTENAY HOLDEN AT FERNlJi'lN PROBATK.  NOITCE IS HEREBY G1VE.V on the 24th.  day ot Juiy( IpOS. it tt'fts pfdered "?v Peter  Edmond Wilson, Esquire, Judge pf thp said  Court, that James Ferguson Armstrong, Qfficia!  Adminissrator in and for fhfit portion of the  County Qf JCooteuay included ip thp Crau-  broob KJectoral District, 1j6 administrator  of al*. jjud 3ins��)!fr the estate qf Patrick Q'  Bnou latc.'of Moyie, B. C, deceased Intestate.  Ey-jry cre41tqr or other perspii having any  claim upon qr interest in the distribution of  the catate of the paid deceased, Is required to  send before the 15th day of August next, by  registered letter addressed to the undersigned,  his name aud address,* aud the full particulars  of his claim or'lnterest, aud a sjtatpment pf his  account arid the u.sturp oithe scpurity (if any)  held by Win.  After the said last mentioned date, the  Administrator will proceed with the distribu  tion of the estate having regard to those  claims only qf which he shall have had notice.  DATED at Cranb'roqfc," B.'" G. tikis' 29*th diiy of  Jull-,1!)0S.  JAilES FERGUSON ARMSTRONG.     -  Official Administrator  CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT  OF EAST KOOTENAY.  TAKE notice that Selwyn GwiHym Blaylock  Of Moyie, B.C., occupation Mine Superintend  ent, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands.  Conimeneing_at..a_posi_Blanted_ abo"11���'ro  chnlnssouUjwesterly from the southwest corner of Lot 'JO-'S,' theuce North one hundred and  four cbaijis, thence east about twenty chains  tq the   Biitish   Columbia   Southern Railway  Right of way, thence southerly   along   said  right  of  way to   its    intersection   with   the  North boundary pf Lqt 40:19, Group 1, thence  Westerly along tho said North boundary lib  the  ; Northwest  corner of   said Lot   4049;   thence  Southerly along the Western, boundary of said  Lot401*lto tho south west corner of .said Lot  4049, thence eusterly aloug the southern boundary of said Lot 4049 to tho Intersection of the  said Railway Right of  Way; thence souther}!*  along said right of way to the pol'-t   of   commencement.  DATED July 21,1908  SELWYN GWILLY1I BLAYLOCK.  St.  Joseph's   Convent.  NELSON, B. C.  xiotirdiDg and Day School conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B. C. Cprnniercial" and buoiness  courses a specialty. Excellence and  ��wift_progresfl,. cb>iraotja'��i)*'e_-paeh_de-.  part ment. Parents should write for  particulars. One month assures the  public of the thoroughness of the  Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms  commence January, April and Sept  Pupils are admitted during term-  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 71 W. F. of M.  Meets in McGregor hull every Saturday evening.     Sojourning   members  are cordially invited to attend.  R. J. Colter Thos. E, Kelly,  President. Secretary  Harvey,    McCarter &  Macdonald.  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  Cranbrook,   -   -   B. C.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  KR. A. SMITH ]  SHOEMAKER, ������  MOIYE,  HEAD   OFFICE, TOtlOHTO  B. ,E. WALKER, President  ALEX. LAISD, General JSIanager  ESTABLISHED  1867  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000  Reserve Fund, -   5,000,00(1  Branches throughout Canada, and in the United States and England  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT  Deposits of $l'and upwards are received and interest allowed at current  rates.    Accounts may be opened in the names of two or more  persons, withdrawals to be made by any one of the  number or by the survivor. H*  CRANBROOK BRANCH. R. T. BRYMNER; MGR  **-  u.-"-ii'J'3: '" J-" -'  This* tie Brand Creamery  Butter- 3 pounds for f 1.Q0  Golden -West Creamery  and Thistle Brand Dairy  Butter. 25 pents per 'ppundi.  P. BURNS & GO  -   MOYIE, B. C.   .  T. T. McVittie, p.p., P L. S. p. Y. Farmer, C  Ma��:iT-T-IE-&-PARKBR  Provincial Land Surveying   "  uailwa? & mininq erjgineerx'so  Estinjatf s. Fi|rn|sjied.  ���OFFICES  Fort Steele P. O. Box 25.     -  Cranbrook P. P. Box 11.  W. F. GURp,  BABRISTKH, SOtlCITOB, TETO._  CRANBROOK. B. C  ������������**��� nue-****"***-*-mmmmmmm~  C. H. DUNBAR  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  Cranbrook, B. C.  STOr" AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  DR. F. B. MILES,  X>3ES35*9"TIST-  Cranbrooki B, C.  George H Thomppon,  '  :. Barristkb, tioiicrrpR  tnry Public, &o.  CRAUBROOK,      British Columbia  I I        .y������Tip��i . III!      II.t        III      u   H-i.1^.1"     ���        .'  W, R? BEATTY  .. Embaliper a'nd'lJntlertaker,  Phone 9. , ' ���.'. CRANpROOK  -     WHEN IN  CRANBROOK  E. H. SMAJLJL, Manager. .   -   -J  Good rooms, good tables and bar  and first class sample rooms.  Wm. Jewell  Cosmopolitan Hotel  HARRY DIM0CK,  Proprietor.  Nearest Hotel to the St. Eugene mine  Headquarters  for Miners.  BAR SUPPLIED WITH BEST BRANDS.OF LIQUORS AND CIGAR?  Rates $1.00 a day and up.  M  ��� "*F<ivi  ���\<  " NOTICE.  Take notice that I intend sixty days after  date to apply to the Hon. the Chief Comtnis-  tioner of Lands and Works,. Victoria, to  purchase tho following described lands:  Commencing at the southwest corner post  of Block 2802, Group 1, East Kootenay District, thence north 20 chains; tbencc west 20  chniuB; thence soi'th30 chains; thence cast 20  chains to' polpt ol commeuceraeut, containing  40 acrps mori* or less.  II. J. WHITE.  Moyio, August 13th, 1908.  BUY YOUll  Cigars,  FROM  A B. Stewart & Co.  INTERNATIONAL  HOTEL.  This hotel's ngw under  pew  mqnageuient, and is first class  in every respect.  B. E.  TAYLQR, Mgr.  Victoria Street MOYIE  Express and General^ Delivery   Busi-  "���ness.    Livery and  Feed. Stable.'  WOOD   AND    COAL  For ��ale  Leave Orders at  , ,-iJ  , -" Gwynne's.fStore.. -.  Moyiie^'''':"''  ' "'' British Columbia  ���;*���������������*��� ^ ;  F. DE3AULNIEJI  NOTICE.  CRANBROOK LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT  OFSOUTIJERN D1VI8ION, KA8T KOOTENAY.  fAKK uqtice that I Wiif. McIJoiigkll, of Moyie  B. C. occupation Xf Ine Surveyor^ intends to apply for purniissibn to'purchaso thp J^Uo/wlng  descrlbod land;  Commencing ota post plantqd 00 tho shoro  of Moyie Lake'at/out iivo chains distant iu a  South Westerly direction from tho North \y'est  corner of Lot No. 750 The Lako Shoro rhiuoral  claims, thenco west 29 chains'; tliencc south 29  chains'; thenco east 20 chains: '-hpnee -^qr'l-crly  20 chains to point of commencement, and cou-  taliilug 40 acres, mqre or less.  ' "  '     '   W1LLIAH ilcJ*Q"JQALL.  Dated AngOBt 12th. 1008.'  LINQ^EIJAI  .CARPETS  Vt  ���    -IJOTICjj*-. *���.*.._.-  6BANBK00K   LAND DISTRICT, DISTRICT  flF BjanxaBRN Diyistqs kast kootknay.  qTAKE notice that I Iigury J. Cooper of Moyie  p. C. occupation Blacksufith, Intends to .apply  ^or permlsilfln to purchase -the following dcs.-  crlbed lands.     ���''-y,:-,-}:  Commenciiuz at a post planted, on the west  bank <)f fljo Moylg river about 1^0 yards Boi*.th  pf the Little Hoyie river, alienee west 10 chains;  thence'North 80 chains; thence EaSt-60 chains;  inoruorless to Moyie river, t'henc.O south along  rjyor bank to point of commencement, contain*.  ing 160 aci��s more pr less!    -  "   '���"      'HENRYJ.COQPBR.  gent, M'h. U08. :.".-..    ���  BO  YEARS'  EXPERIENCE  Trade Marks  Designs  CopyQ��>HT3 Ac.  Anyonojnondlng a sk-jlch nndjleseriptloa mar  nulcklr ��sc��rtaln oiir.opln|onJfree-J��netljeT an  taTonOoa IB proftajsly c*tifl-t(K>|a.  CommTOlSiJ:  Un��fro�� OiawaamaiymeecailngJ**'"*^  PstetitH. taken tBrotKjB Hnnn.A C  ro��tai__.   tfcelal nSltet, irltboui  AWil��om^ata*n^����MjIr. JUwHtdr;  enSUon or linriSSnttllo fenrftw.   Terms, S3 a  auuu 9rttei ��ii'B^i��^ilaiu Vnrfi.  CARPS-NT-BR WQRK.  AH parties desirous of having  any carpenter worlf dqj^e. cannot  dq better tlian communicate with  Wm. fridges or Wm. ]VJere.4ith,  ^.14ridge. Prices reagqnable..  Worfe >Srat class.. Orders may be  left at Fitch's store,  Qqq, B, Leask & Co,  BUILDERS AND  ^NTRACTOBS  Our "Work is our Advertipiement  Head  Oeeicb  cranbrook:       .-  B.C.  V::JSSLJddieoatt, Moyie, B. C,  When furnishing youv  librae. or hotel CtQii't fpr*-  get \ye pun. furiiish you  promptly sind c��j*np}ete;  MAIL ORDERS GIVEN  PROMPT ATTENTION  SBNP" YOUR WORK   TO   THE  KOOTENAY  STEAM  LAUNDRY.  NELSON  All WhitelLabor.  Le*i,ve work with the local agent  .w  Large ��*ssprtment of 'GO-CARTS and BABY  ���   CARRIAGES.   Prices from $5    p.  Cranbrook:   Go-Operativg    Stores  LIMITED.  a:-  ) 999999999999eeWf^���Ce^*^99999999999999999j999&f!ae999f>'  j  MOYIE    HOTEL. I  P. F. JOEASIOJV   ". . I  T:  A, B. STEWART.  DEALEB III  This Hotel is New and w,ell Furnished, The |  Tables are Supplied with the Best the |  MarKet affords. The Bar is Filled with ���  the Best Brands of ^Liquors and Cigars.  I  MOYIE  -HEADQUART.ERS-F-OR_���OMMERCIAL  AND MINING MEN  ----- - BK1TI8H (DOJLTTSIBIA    !  ^*^������-Se&^*3������-e��6������������������*8d��9'��-S��������^&��S 9&999999GCGG��ty>  GENTLEMEN���  If you'want a stylish, up  to date tailor made suit, call  and inspect our spring goods  before ordering elsgwhere.  We guaratee all  Our Work.  Cleaning, repairing and  pressing don.e.. ��� _  Prices  B. ,-Qf  NE^QN, :'*f   ��   ��  .'���V-C-'^ ���'���   -4^TS,;  Mason <fc Riych Piano Co,  Osterifloor Mattress.  Globe-Wernick Oifice Furniture.  C.A,  Merchant Tailor,  MOYIE, BVC  ������ ' "   '   "  ' "���'   --.   .^ ���" ij"- "-  PROMPT DELIVERY.  aueens'Ave.     MOYIE  RAILWAY  Excursion Rates  From MOYIE  to  Victoria, Bv C. $22.85  Selling dates Sept.  19th?to 24th.  Final Return Limit, Sept.; 30th.  DSSAVLjSIjEB    BEOS.   Bopa-  Large .sample ..room' in connection  with house for commercial men. Be  of a*jcomimo(jation8.  jHeadquarters for   Commercial and Mining Men.  Thinking of Spring:  Painting, EtQ?  THEN   REMEMBER  B. H.  \.     CRANBROOK, B, .0  Box   33.  Will send' competent  man to paint, kalso-  mine or p^per your  home,        ,:S-S-S:u-S,  Nelson, B.C.   $4,65  Selling    dei(E ?tit.21st to  25th-  Pinal Return Limit Sept, 26th.  New Westminster   or  Selling dstes Se*pt. 26 tp  Oct 2.  Final JJeturn Limit Oct.'7-th.  Aa nnde by tbe present brewer is  admittedly   the  Beel Beer in East Kootenay. With ibe'BeBt Malt and  b e Purest Spririg\Vater it isunexcplled Iprguftlity.  Iusmt on"haviDg Moyie Beer,  Bottled and Draft Beer.  CHAS. INDERWIES, Mgrt  MOYIE, B. C  .a   m  ���^3  Corresponding Jates from other  points. Apply to local ticket  agents for berth reservations, etc.  .   E. McPHERSON, G. P. A.  .     ���, Winnipeg, Man.  J. E. PROCTOR, D. P. A.  f Calgary, Alta.  Property for Sal��  IN ALL PARTS OF TOWN  F. J. SMYTH  Insurance, Real Estate, Collections,  ���9

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