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j   An tlie afternoon.    The rock ir, r.- podi-  ' g|
i , 1 ti.in, the money h.i.-* been   raised,  add | ||
j Aerie    wa^   Organxediovcri"ll»inBw«!idv io- tnon'content.; s*.
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All nre familb- 'vb.h' ,,'ir bb,-h
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.--till further we will, i. .':'• r ... ,a;.y: •..'■
who vuunn Ui'* j'rcbey.l .'.'.c.ouni .'n
oa&li check;? (.ated'he'lv-'een ;-;eplt:nb"r
l7(h anil Octohcr X.-1 ":iic:'y.:biyi-; tAv'.i
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from our -mim-n.eO :*tock. Cl-eck.-*
must he leturned nyt '..>.'■>i than nine
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Qfacora Elecfccd and Meet-in
Jt will bo^hvB.urp on tiuieaud \dddi \>e j
well worth b.-'j.rj^.
LOCAL  NEWS.
Al. A, "die was in town TucAuy,
1',. T. Lowory ii touring .taist   Ko'ot-
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0. .;, J'^oole v,aa ilown at, Ityan  ye-.-
Night will Bo Deoidod "i^'^j- ■
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Lu7   night    for
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■J.', J, .McMahon was -in   Cranbrook:
yesterday.
:.- icpaif wciL on tho waterworks
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if not, gi-7e it a tnal.' It is oi" tho -linosi
quality and flavor, We always keep' it
in stock, and guarantee  every 'douiicL
from
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W9IM   BANK   OF''COMMERCE
the .Kai.il.ep in -Moyio. About 50'feather-
less Fi/'ile« v,'0!fcint,lnu-i?-vl  i-,   tho   "aib
of frying, ami ti:(.ir" imfc-itlit-!:   Moe-
soiue(! forth into a lu'iirnhlcen't nlutn- [dam us about completed.
m;e i.i the Ud\ .b.A^.'l LA.-ay<A   lurdn. |     Clias. Tarrel is up   frc
Tlio acrio wa.-- 0:7/1 iti::ed hy JA y.. Par-j .ilmtii, ©
sous, pro\incia! dcfuity ip-aii'.J   pre-:-  ,   ' Jo:,c-pii Nieiior;tadt,   left   thi.-*   week
dent, ami the '-by-Abe. woi'k ...if p if   on j for G.-ner.ec, TJaho. on"a bnsiucsfa liip,
Iiy tho   visiticg   b-.Mii   from   Fernie.      1)r/ C:UBw!)   voijrimuy.   carn^ out
Somoof tho Cranbrook fraternity were   from orAiihrool: Tuesday   to  join   thi:
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Paid Up Capital   $3,70,0;00O.'
xiotal Resources -- 83,000,000 wov. so,-ftiJj
i're.-5'.-iit rtatn'o! Interest 3 per cent
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F. G, BftlP&S, -ffflGR
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also in attendance.   I'h'j following 0
cern were 'elocteu;
lb -A. Hill. vbc-j'i'Cr-idcnl;
,I)r, Harvie, chaplain;
J. II. Kr.wkc, sccret.iry;
WA J. Atchison, tron=urei ,
F. F. Eddy, cond'.ictor;
F. W. Jfrithj inn or guard ■
IT. N. Bren'.on, tutor guard.
l Eagles.,
j     Wm. Tc.77r.ut hla   fcoj, badly   .vith
1 an a:-e tint, "■•i'ek and in   now   iu   the
1 Cranbrook he- pita-.
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' Mel bib Tany Am- Edw. Jb.lv.-oll were
'; in tp\vn the first.-ot -*!-• week represent-
1'    "  ' '-     r',.rG Assurance
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The St, Eugene^
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A.uother p-.unp'will be put in,at tne
ir-'t Eugene mill to pump water jroni
the lake b.st ac, soon as one'can be procured. Several efforts were made to
get-one from the east but without a
satisfactory result. G. A Iting, super*
iotundontof the m'lll, is now  'in   the
METAL   MARKET.
New   York—Ear silvery 58-J ccnte
Lead, %dld.    Zino (spelter") $-1.85.
Lomdo:*—Lead, £11 16s. 3d.
I ffi^bi:b Z&&$£2dix:x&v: is^asT£'-^i'5^as?3E^        ;
Tii3 decent Fires in Cranbrook
■ ir"=:-K^*CTi.    Upayotci-'carry #ftQ  nn,.. »  j -^ 1 '■
b,:;.-,.  you may bo the ni-r.t AiJlim*   - -- -J-J'
■-. -.v... -o:7b!n ootnnanies repro.;enb 1 - y
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t"i
ing lhe Confederal ion
Company,
The Cathode   choir   is   rehearsing \
\     Trustee...—L'.. F.'.!.JI:ii-.tr-i:, J. J. din:- \ twico a w,ek and i.s preparing  lor   thc j ^"-^ d,k]cr{Q dislriol ami will   proba-
! phy iiu.bF. J. McMabon: .    j'opemuL service iu ib-i new church.       , ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^^ hag been ^sed by
''  There are -10   cSindidatos   wh.o Tuu-o !.   jl. Campbell & Co.   are , ofleriug   a j one Q, ^ ulinea there'. It so it will be
made applica.ion aurt will be ici-iatud 1 big inducement, lo   purehasui'd,    Kead
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at a   future   niocling.    Thi.-s   vbll   be j their ad iu this issue
known ad ,the  .Moy.o   aerie   iu:i!   its I
brought   here and .installed    as  soon
ae possible,    Tho old   boilers, 'which
BREAD—Twelve loaves   for  •?!   at j were taken out last summer   aud   re-
the Talaee restaurant and   Stewart   &. 1 paired, are beinc; installed to   furnish
, j additional power. The mill is runni ng
3i„v;cler   of   Cranbrook J steadily , on   a   reduced feed and the
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number will be   selected   later.     The
rcgul.u meeting ibsht will '-.-■   decided
l\   j upon at the ne::f   meeting,    Tho   new lD011|V,,lw   OJ    Ultt a - .
i^   I aerie ,tnrt 1 out with a splsndid   mem- ! -^ ^-^.^   ^^ ff hi(jh does   miae is being worked to nearly its ;lull-
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berslr.p  ami  good   energetic   o the era
and i: will undoublehly "prosper
the-begi n ni ngy yTIio 7 Fra tern q.1 >C.rder
of E.tgles'have.only been in   existence
rlvoi'};oars;and its' nienVbership  is - now
nearly a ■quarter* of|:a,;m.iH'ion.y
from   a?  filie    rerk
Mill Destroyed,
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Stock "'M^Tket. ■;■'■'
any of tho     expert! capacity,
hand engravers van eio. j    <
•;   Xj^j-t a tunpiois   pin,   three  stone 1
setting.    F.inder will be   rewarded   by ,
if*, r.'tnrn to (bo Leader offer,. j ' ,,,,.,-
u- -1- , .      j     While a watchman   slumbered    the
rt said that E. E. ia.is.ey :s  making
bivomble progress v.'ith his   schene   to
Destroyed By Fire.
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^^porting house in the north end ort
to\vn, which was owned by Marie,
Brown of Fernie and occupied by An-y
nie Johnson, was totslly destroyed .by
fire hist Sunday evening.' Tne origin
of the fire is nol>known. The building was worth about $-iQO,   but   there
- - •*'' * '
was ,uo  insurance.    Very   little   was
saved, as the house was enveloped in
flames almust instantly. The brush
near the house 0night fire and it took
several hours' hard work with the
bucket brigade.- to get i.i under control.
In Hard Luck.
C    1
The Grand Forks celebration was a
finauci il   failure, aud   the . promoters
iafe&ey Grocery .Store; in
:::-: Lake :;Sho#;M#tloiiy;.,
ua,-.: :yiicesAas;tow -as
ytkAAi^i^^pZ^Zdy
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■'iyo6«t»WS»g*eP««
j   • Stook - quotatioua -as furnish, d by
S, lM"essrs,%eale:&JElwG;ll- '''"'    :,{
^. Ibiy'Eugenol.y.. •:•'-,''-
NoihtS^AA. d. .,..-... ,*
j Sullivan-.;......7 v;y.
Canadii.nA3oidfi.eUl3. , .
Internat.'Coal Coke
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td! an electric light and power
plant on Iamb Creek,
y Tlie early doting movement in
Cranbrook has fallen through, aud
Iho boy with thc bell k no longer]
■"hoard on the strcou at :cvou o'oloc1'.
each evGui'ng
Fiilg Lumber   companv'a   mill   near j are sometluug lite $1,200 in the   hole.
Oranbrobk. was   totally  destroyed   by   A number of faose who furnished   at-
f:re on Sunday aorning.    The watch-
tractions and won prizes   got   only, a
lire ou ouiiuu.; t.iui.iiiiK,.     --*-**   - ■   ,        . ,
man had great difficulty   in   escapingJ portion of their money.    A member of
from lhe burning mill.    The  cc.p.icity
of the mill was 60,0Q0 tb?t, per pay and
the value S25.00C,   Thc insurance has
jno.1   been    aacerUiinod,   Sixty   nion
•aro 1 how a out of  omployment.'  Tho
ImoeriabCoal & Coke. A,...;,..., 50.00 j    joe Sj0biom, who hay ha-I a   leaaa   j miU will pr0bab1y be rebuilt,
West'er'n Oil & Coal Co, .-,..■■'" 7    2o/n the dining room of the  Manhattan 	
Fi*tb;e.M,v.^ I Holel {or some time, has left for parts    AiDDointnients at Fernie.
Development Co. ,_,...-•••;_•• •.;.. .-■   d „ ■>    eeveral      creditors       t   ^ 	
.S'ullivati'.Group Mining ....
Compimy ABonds
War'Script A A.. .
7 Sanddn Drilling Mf
.,  .     . ••unknown,.    and    several       creditors
TOQ.OO'j are mourning his diTiirturc
215.00
u .,.-.- o- - The   proviuci-il   uppointmeuts    lor
Work is  progressing  favorably    on 1 ^ ii(>v;.v incorporate;I town of Fernie
!::0w Mcthoilb-t chnrc.    Work on the b .".. „,    ,r    «r,..„,M.„r
'■Citholic church hat boon  (Jelaycd^a-
waitiug some of the material
, arc sis follows: W. Ii. Wliimpster.
cbv police magistrate; nlderman A.
It. Ctvc and A W. Blersdo.il, city pol-
-"b-.-lF'^'YOXJ'^'-WAiHTb"-'-   j'.'A.-"A7 :;;'yv-:r..    -??-H.l 'hrotbcrs0[ Greenwood   won      ' ^h/p vy^  ..unnded   - roi.   Clniso'd j com„;i;sl„'1?^; alderiinin ?. R Lundie
. '.-  . "- /k'.  ::'/ '^-.ZZ^    & ■■■■J^irS'^i"! -firtt' Uioneyyin: UlC'Ltbor .ibb   drilling- " .^ djnce lasl ovouing hnd an excel- i ,ml j. A. Br lloy. Clly license commis
:i'Z/     'Z!TZ?-^>ZJ kyCZJ^^^ lcnl   ume.    Ibof.   Edwards furnished j jiuiie[,. M.iyor S'(,tk 1,  an  ,'X-ofhcio
'kyZ.-'   ,yy7"b;:b        A-: ,-'•:. y.- ,-■ :■■     Ay y.^, .   ,y. ycM.^-mAy riiriuti'-'Sy      .  .  ,'j colem'yd nin.-ie, and all of   the   latest j in,:mbci oi both commissions.
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A—^aA—'-Aaa.-:' y    .7   A ^VtrTr*    W L^CM ■   "" '        '   ■   •-'   I?   Muir was lime thb week show-I   ■ OlUiby WaS   Hei G.
--b,; ..V ".-■■■; ■',; 7._^..„y,rl". -....,,■..-   fOU.db WA-^^        ^. .      j,,; •      ..„,,    Ur. ,ll)pk;ni!   and   Mr.
WmmmzsZB,
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p, 7
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EbbA ^-^b^jyjly- 7.iiLb b:Jc;bb.-,3.b, •-* "**..-•   7  . . -  ,
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v lAc i-.i*i.t..rpn.ro of luvls in town.    ^--'- l ""-. '" ■ ,
,, ■'iv.T.iu--. ui" ti 1.1.2AViwr." They*ro baiybb;.
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Lib' .M .   , ;< ib Muir was lime thi.*' week show
,,i,ig !:is friemb, lb'. Hopkins   and   Mr
Will" receive   the av>A care- j y^p, ihe beauties of Moyie,  Jhe-;e
inl altfuttion"if vonA'Jiii it tu j ,!(..)|K*mon   aie    from    tband     **alley.
A, 'f,e- '.ri-piur-i.'' :-. .We,' phb-^e1 '0iV    ,,,._ Mi,ir-H oK1 i,ome.
V,"  '-A lbbeitson, nroviuci.il mincr-
0;.,,!i.'.ft:io.i'.f3 very highly   ol th-  fc't.
'r.ii't'no mine, and the   world  famous
vZ-,::[y   will  be  given very iavoraMe
nient-.'i) in his next report
.Ab'bb no buulA. AA- c;ln
-piC;;;cvoiiA ib'tulyour wateii
along ii il ib out oi vopau.
Wewill cure b and dbyit
promptly.
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lowHer.  7- '   CJiANURObK, lb C.
Ourleywas Here.
.Tick Ciwl. y, lit. p.iv-fighter' was in
Movie for a .lay tl.n week, but tlie object or hi-.- w*".t is not known. He i*.
uow in b'eison suit' l«a3 challen^'d
Jim Hiirrow:, to meet him on the last
day of iho fair. Curley defeated Burrow, a few .-K-ulhs age in Fernie, and
l>uirow< defeated .l.wk Hiloy   in   Upo
tho carnival conjmittee appeared before the city Goujuoil and asked for assistance, but the oouugI. dsolinod to
shotildov the ciQfioit.
Dry Weather*
Never was such a dry season k-GOV'v
before in the Kootenays. There are
(Ires to the right of us, fires to the lety
of us, and the people are praying for rain to put them .o^t. The
atmosphere is lb.led with smoke and
the people's eyes are filled with dust.
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Have Troubles
of Their Own. -
But,   1   Rive   110   Trouble   in  Selling
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,' Tlkadley 1 Co.,leading painter,, j .tne a few days a8o for the middle
^VaUstind decorators of 0: m !«t-iSl,t clu..i,u,i,h,p ot the Noith-
bunb.hiivo the contract  of   remouel -   we-*t.
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X Bradley &
.CAlTbSL, (buithorued).'.-
b'ATlTAL-," (Ibid   Up). .-. . *
.$.1,000,000
".b ,000.000,
; ;*2,sf>o,ooo
ri'bA;o';''i:07'ONTARIO.
ill'..• :> 1 ->„,*. ,)        b. .,,  ,,,,-, ,,*• • I,*  ty.in.Priv tit'itt   Iii''-- *	
T>l;l:./:-.\u- {■:■ - '^"ZhZ ffat ch\^i^\^w-
A--bu,i;i.ub ben.A.i:ii-y';or.     V, . A-urr-V1'     - ■
ffiVMPPA^r?b"-n^ aiKirtTT    A ironerai bmking iuisi-
g- ^H^hUOil  BS'AiM^il ■ -nc3a u-iui'incted.
t*- -   :   .. -.•■■ •_- ,-.-■--  ■ • ■.■„■■-.::-.--.■_ j
vHAUTMbNT—liborei't allowed on deposib. :    ^
■'.-,„...'.-     naiied   :-A-i'b .'■•-■--
til '■ 'PAXH:rSB,B, ( -.. . "
II-.--' PAPE'ill A13G-BES",..
f t'"- ■ DEOQEATOBS. '.
^1 ,..'■ ''.^nWnlin^i specialty. Whole-
A 1    i'liiebyu .%_ 1.1   »    A    u..lllpapev   of
k/^/ZZ'l/k^n   ami  0«"^i«n
** 1 the .hnt,-'="'> •-"■ "
n. fne inferior of the Colhohc church j
i.Ului place They are doing it veiy j
a-tbte piece of work, and will m ev^ry ;
.   ,v .u-uiiu the reputation of the hrm. -
Eouth Galled East,
Con-tly'.,'.;  F. C.   Uouth left   S".ndAy
viiere he was   summoned
<mK«-~^ ' for lor-j-il >.
to the bedside of his mo''nor who is not
. xpectd
live.    Constable   A.   F.
;' 1 nv.ni'uiAet.mT
A j     olUlli.',e.-
.-.   I  ■".- A Hill !'b  Oil'!'-1
rjiwo:'Un'A"ll'li,!
7*|,   on   iipphcalion'nnd
''V:i,'.il    on bill    kinds Ot
*'b!lYAi".b,bi;, nil    p.ir'ts    of    C
hl*cial -.ateutioa gh.ou 1,0 coHnotione.
'.J,f  M.  P!rMKHAIV1,,iV!annye.A       .;,.,    -
,   , ' ' '  ... v ,A,ji-«.   Armstrong ->VL
c  j, BRADLEY &"0'.
'^RANBlvOO.K
WHEK IN
ORANBEOQK.
'Cbod roomb'Ab I   tables and  bar,
and lii'st;class>ample rrrv.i.
Walker of Fernie is in charge during
! bis iibsonce, Mr.'Koutli does not ex-
! pec't to be away over two weeks.
I ■■   Sam McGlellan Illy
j- .-■ ■- '      ■   "'
'>iam, McClellanof   M'syio    is   lying
Idar-gei'-ausly ill in the Cranbrook hos-
I pita'l, and the cbanccsvfor his recovery
are lo bo said slight. .
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■Ik You Want Etthki'i, Skf.
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Agent for Moyie Towusite Company.
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WAIT  FOR  AN  APPETITE.
You   ShonM   Never Uut   Simply   For
the  Sake   of  Kilting.
A prolific cause of chronic indigestion
is eating from habit and simply because it is mealtime and others are
eating. To cat when not hungry is to
eat without relish, nnd food taken
without re'Iibit 5** worse than waste.!.
Without relish tbe salivary gland-* d->
not ;.c-r. thc gasliie lluieb are not l'nvly
EC'C-rcted, and lhe best of foods A\ill not
be digested.' .Many perfectly li armless
, dishes are severely condemned for no
other reason than they were eaten perfunctorily and without relish and due
insalivation. (   ,
Hunger makes the plainest foods enjoyable. It causes vigorous secretion
and outpouring of all the digestive fluids, the sources of piyalin. pepsin,
trypsin, etc., without a plentiful supply
of which no foods can be perfectly digested:
, Wait for an appetite, if it takes a
week. Fasting is one of the saving
graces. It has a spiritual siL-niflcant^
only "through its great physical and
physiologic importance. If breakfast
]s ii bore or lunch a matter of indifference, cut"ono or, both of them out.
Walt for .distance anel unmistakable
hunger and then  eat  slowly.'  If  you
do t hjs_yyiLL21l^.lll^llJ!£.\iL<jy-es'lioI,s a9
to   the   pViipfietV'find "<3Tireslil>ility   of
what you out, and  it need not be promt: ested.—Exchange.
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^   A series of articles describing <£>
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4, their  influence. *
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R.  G. McCUISH I
j,,.- .1,-;riV lt>- is a toner of strength.
II'. .-, .*,»rrciiir;.' of iho Liberal asso-
u.i'.ei'-- "'*"" hoth i he provincial and
i.T.il   const!iiu-iu-'es,   and   was    the
i -ei
i.i -:
no.-adeiit   of   the  Morden  Young
the*.
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THE  PENGUIN.
Cj-m-
It In A -.*; Icvrurci  on I-nuil  nnel
,       mifil In  llic*  Water.   '
A kind of penguin, the allelic, is a
laugh provoking bird. Adelies tire
most inquisitive nnd nt times are in
such a hurry lo follow up a clew that
thoy -ivi.il scramble "along the ice on
the"belly, pushing with their legs and
using their flippers alternately like the
paddle of a canoe. , They get over the
ground nt an astonishing rate, and it is
liard work to qvorlake a penguin when
it taker, to this means of locomotion,
especially when it doubles. In 'the
' water the penguin i§ perfectly at home,
diving nnd steeplechasing in. grand
style. It can Jump clean out of the
water and, pop down on the* ice exactly like some one coming up through a
trapdoor on tbe stage and dropping
on his feet. The penguins collect in
'enormous numbers and are sometimes
seen inarching about like a' regiment
of soldiers in Indian file, all acting in
unison.
A much larger penguin, the emperor,-
weighs sixty or seventy pounds and
stands well over three feet high. , It
possesses the most extraordinary muscular powers in its flippers. When presented with the end of the' skee stick
tho emperor gives it such a smack that
one's hands tingle. At the same time
it utters an angry guttural exclamation. -
SHEEP IN   INDIA.
They Are the Favorite Bensti of Borden   In  Mountainous  Ilcsloiii.1
Tn Tibet and among tho, mountainous
part of India sheep are employed as
carriers. Tho mountain sheep of these
districts, true to its nature, is remarkably sure fooled and can carry loads of
twenty-live pounds, or even more, over
steep crags and precipitous paths
whore hardly any other animal could
liiid a fooling.
In thc inner ranges of thc Himalayas
the yak cow and the -hardy mountain
Micep are the favorite beasts of burden. Slice*}) withstand the intense- cold
of the higher parts of Tibet much more
easily than tho yak and can better face
the stony roads.
Sheep carry ing from seventeen to
twenty-five pounds of baggage and living entirely on tbe,scanty grass found
growing by the way accompanied Xain
.Suigh, the famous Indian explorer, on
a journey of more than a thousand
miles. It is very common in the Himalayas to load sheep, high up in the
mountains, with borax and then to
drive them down to the plains, where
they .are shorn of their wool and return laden with grain or salt.
Money   Thrown  Array.
"So that cily doctor helped ye right
smart, did he, Silas'.'" asked Mrs. Giles
on her husband's return from a week's
visit to a specialist iii a neighboring
town.
"Well, I guess he did! I'm feeling
fine ns a fiddle now, nn' lie says I
won't Tikely have any return of it if I
just keep ter what he tells me."
"What  diil  lie  say   was   tho  ma Her
with^yeV inipiiied  the  wife eagerly.
-   "I   forgit   n-,w   what   lie   called   i(,
but"—
"Silas," she cried, "ye don't really
mean ter say ye paid out nil that
money an' didn't git no good of it after
all.'"—Exchange.
Modcvit  Al-lio  Dollle.
It is said that the French Abbe Dclile
once hnd in his household a very quick
tempered relative, with whom he somc-
u" in es .had animated, disputes and avIio
some! hues went so far as to throw
books nt the abbe. Tho abbe must
have been a person of great amiability nnd self control. Once, when a
particularly large and heavy, volume
'was. thrown at .him,'.he-caught it gracefully and said:
"My dear friend, I "must beg of you
to remeiiibe- that I prefer smaller
gifts."
Mntlni? a Sure Thin,**- of It.
"What in the name of Jupiter have
you sewed up an the pockets of my
overcoat for?" asked Mr. Wilson.
"My dear," said Mrs. Wilson, "I have
an important letter to my .milliner that
I want you to post."
An orator or author is never successful till he has learned to make his
words smaller than bis :ideas.~~3-;mer-
Bon. ''
nnd    has
lhe    Liberal
11.   G.   McCUISn,
Edifor and   Proprietor    of  -tlie   Morden Chronicle.
Tu many respects, the editor of the
.MAi-den Chronicle'is typical and re-
pr'."-t'iitaf i\ e of thc breadth of vigor
ui" .Western Canadian journalism: lie
(ouches life tu many and varyintr
angles. In ih.' range of his sympathies aud interests, and in the variety of his activities, he is 1 lie human counterpart of the ''widcihir.'g,
fenceless prairies," in which his
youth and young manhood have been
passed.
,  "     , i
Mr. McCuish, like lhe great bulk of
western Canadians,' hails originally
ii-tiii, Ontario,  being born  near I'ark-
hili,   in  April.   I.S,
Of    tho    older
province, however, lie has no early
personal recollection--, for libs parents came' west while- he was yel nn in-
fant, settling- near .Morden. it was nt
the public school of ibis prosperous
town that Mr. McUiu'sh received his
elementary education, going from
thence to M.-Miit-oria College. Winnipeg. I-Voin thc university -to the
country school teacher's desk is in
.Manitoba a natural—almost an inevitable—step, and -dr. McCuish was
n.;xt to be seen as' a rural schoolmaster' near - MacUrcgor. But, . as
with many another, he found that
i he material rewards held out to
the teachers of youth were not
such as to +f*tiifii .him to remain in-
the profession. And. in any case, he
had other ambitions. When a school
boy in Morden be had been an almost daily visitor at the Chronicle
odice, and the smell of the n°ws ink
and the attractive variety of newspaper work heel ma iked out for him
lii.s career. He came to Winnipeg,
and secured a position on the repor-
torial stall of thc Tribune. His natural liking for athletics made the
sporting column his chosen sphere,
anel ere long he was placed in charge
of that department. And. in the
days ot 11 r. MeCuish's control,' the
sporting columns of the Tribune,' in
raciness, in brightness, in impartiality and in reliability, would
bear comparison with those of any
newspaper any when'.' 'Die fact that
the*. Tribune's competitors were morning papers gave them considerable
aelvantage. sine- most athletic events
came off in the afternoon or evening, hut this handicap MA. McCiush
managed lo more than compensate
for. by lhe manner in whicn ho
handled his n.'V.s, and not in frequently he M'cureel a number of important
"beats" and "scoops" on his competitors. There was widespread0 and
sincere; regret among till sportsmen
in' Winnipeg when Mr. McCuish
stopped up from bis position on the
Tribune to become tlie owner and
editor of the paper in his old town.
The wishes expressed for his success
among those who knew him—and
who didn't—were equally hearty and
ge-nera I.
This   was   September,    1901,     when
Mr.  McCuish    was    but   2'I    yeurs   of
line.      The    paper    lie    had   purchased
v. as one that, enjoyed a  repu tat ion as
wide    ns    We-slern    Canada.      let    was
one  of the-  oldest   papers  in  the W.\st,
having been  founded   m  1SH0.   nnd   it
had   had   the  good  fortune  to   be' con-
troll, 'il    by    a   man     of     much  foicr.*,
breadth,   ability   anel   common   sense;—j
Mr.   •!.    ib     ('albraith,     imn     of    the.'
pioneer    publishers    of   the.   province-. |
Among   newspaper   men   in   the    West'
the   Chronicle   was   regarded   as   per- j
Imps  the  best  printed  and  edited   oil
all .the   papers    printed    outside    the j
cities.      I!.'nee "Mr.   McCuish    had    no'
easy  man   to  follow,  for  tho  newspm- j
per   standard'   in    Morden   was   high.!
His .success,     therefore,     is    ail    the'
more  striking,    for   it   is   indubitable '[
that   the   Chronicle  is   to-day,   in   all
respect s,   a   stronger , paper. thrf-h when
he, assumed   control.    Its   circulation
is  larger, .its. make-up  Ls  better,  and
and*'its    advertising      patronage    i.s
greater   than    three'  years  ago,    and j
i,ts 'opinions  command    as    much    respect  as    oyer.     Mr.    McCuish'  is -a i
strong party   man,  a 'Liberal   who   is !
upright  and   downright  in  his  views, |
and   fearless   iii   uttering   and   defend-1
ing   flifiii.    The   Chronicle,'   in    these [
respects,   is   n.   faithful    reflection    of
its  editor,   being  a. vigorous and alh- {
let h.ic    champion      and    exponent    of j
Western  Liberalism,   and   a  centre  of'
influence'to  the parly  it supports..      i
Newspaper  men   iii   the    West    have
beeii    quick    to      recognize    Mr..   Mc- '
Cuish's ubility,  and  the  W.   O.Ap. A.!
last year    elected   .him   its  first vice-1
president.      In   the   local    politics, of
I in in'
.m   h
and
sup-
Meiib , Liberal   As-ociation.    lor
i.,i.ud.<g   e.t   v.hie-h  be  was  chieily re-
-i„,i,s,I,l-       He   is   a   reaelv  and     convincing   platform   speaker
.iui'i1 j coin.in  'ei'v ne  ii
p.ntv   in v.'ceut campaigns.
'I hough, he has been a resident of
Moi-d.-n only three >ecu-- his fellow
town-men. at the ta-t. municipal
.,!, ebon, i-.-turn.-ci Mr. McCuish 'as
al.i'-rm.iti by ittchima Hon— a striking
t'lbiit,- io his Known pontic spirit
.tu 1 |..'i-*oii.il popularity. His inter-
e,i ,u till tonus -of athletics con-
d.-spile increasing demands
*, lime. Mr. McCuish is secretary of ihe Morden Turf Club, '.the
lending sport ing ,. in^t it lit imi in the
■l own. anil of football, lacrosse
other games he is a l'or.-incist
port i. r, -      "
Mr. McCuish is unmarried—ns yet.
This, however, is undersiooel (o- be
ti fault that time—,i very short lime
—will cure. Keeeiitly reports 'have
l.«'i-ii circulated to the efi'ect ihat in
ihe iiiieldl" of September ,the editor
of lite Chronicle* will hie himself
.■n**l, and ihat. lie will inn return
alone1. Mr. McCuish has , been nt
much pain** to' deny ihese rumors,
but his v e)-y obvious effort .4 in this
ilire.-. ion have., onl> .succeeded in
giving them greater currency nnd
more general belief. In default of an
admission of his . guilt by the ele-
t.-nilant, we feel .somewhat dillidenl
lhoui off-ring crmgratuhitions. Xev-
i-i'lli«''le.ss. we do so. and with lhe inmost sincerity ^ind heart iness. 'veiic-
iilg in 1 liis'regard, we feel 'assured,
the feel ing iif.i-Mf. McCuish's hosts of
personal and professional friends'. If
Mr. McCuish still persists iha't" these
cbngniUilntions arc 'luispkic.'d,0 we
i rust ihat die will return llio.ni. but
do not believe we will ever have, to
pay express charge's on the returned
parcel.
M?-,..ir> •
There are iuo <.,ucr>mt v.irletji'** of
ni.'iiiorv. nml pi i: ..I -' we e-nmol allo-
-etl.ei-'e boose vlieh we will p.^cs-*.
Though every sort. v. h«-n we have the
germs of it. m.'> '-" ''nltivnieel. 'io
learn aiivihing l-> Num th.- l.e«t phm
is to read a ^ u'.'-ne e :"id repeat it
without ft book, tbm re.nl the- n«'.\t
sentence and rey -i the two. and so
on. Repetition is of great importance',
"line upon line." More is learned and
remembered by rending 'through one
Look twice than by reading two hooks
onee. After a thuig las b.-en l< arned
it niu*-t be recalled ;r::.'. gone e.ver at
Intervals, or the ii ,pi-e*--si'.in will fndi?
nway.	
' f*;i:it-'.
Where did spat** come fmnl Highland soldiers wore :h"i, Ib'st:1 P.eeause
of the bravery of aighbinder--, at Luck-
now and el**ewhe;-' in Inlia during the
Indian mutiny lhe pe.-ple of England
looked iibout for '""■ <• way to show
llieir ndmit-ation. Sc-uiiny of [){<• lngli-
l.'ind drc-s*. disci;>s"d that **p:i!s w-.-re
the i »isl suitable-f."' iu>>p'.i'-,n. -''> they
were mloptrd and have been commonly
worn ever since.
TIiosi* Sru'ot   fJirla.
.Dnisill.a—I did not ?*('<' .vo'-- nt ll5e
Vanblimto rec-eplie-ii hist night, dear.
Dorothy—No. 1 huped to,be able to go
up lo (he last moment- but was pre-
v-ontedbnrusilla fsviy.'-ilyi—Yes; 1 know
the invitations were limited.,,
THE AFTERNOON   NAP.
Moelei-i.   (i»ii.:ili<nis   l*;isliri„- <lie   Siesta   Iliibit   l«   .".levie'rt.
There are people in .Mexico City who
take their afterm on imp every d:\y,
and a:e •real'., b'-n. filed thi'.-eby. but
their iiiiin'ii-i' i-ppc :-rs to be growing
lesi .M'-.ir b\ jen'. \N"hei:ier thc siesta
is br-'ii'ti- :,il or not. or whether in llos
high altitude it b a iicce.~si.y for in.niv
persons, as hi claimed by some, ill
de-ath knell a** a general t-usloni seems
to have been sound' d sbbe the city
adopted its m.-deni enl< Mi'-'.si' and
push. Many eld rcbeienis v.,!! tell you
of the lime when a peismi in th." city
of Mexico would h:i*>' bv.--i 'eou-,i(leuld
ahnosi e-riu-.y il he n "d vb"i his nfu-r-
noon re.-L but gnu"
vent of the railwa
and   the eleetri.-   li
The* Jin(.,,|i,,
There ;\ro no < i
•'-ina.,
''hei' m i ,
fire digniiied bmi . „,
'"I   til.,','
1.
1,r«t.
U|)-*.    The little li i
c-are   of   the   h ,n   ,
siri'jipcil  lo the ii   i, „
ni.-iid of li\ e or s.\ |
her  back,   and  i,.., i
'■pi-I
!..-. wil'i the ad-
11st-  "ili-eel   e-nr-i
-e.   i a;"."  the   In-
one oi
ae trristics   of
ANCIENT  BABYLON
A I) ANCI Kit TO 1!AP,Y.
Poclnrs have iii'.'acp.-d tigairsl the
so-called soothii'ir iii.-dicin.'.s for
yetu-s, but thi'.v an- still u^.od i.Ho-
gether loo much. ,The fuel that ih<'..
'out children to slc-'p is no sign that
"theyv are Iiedpiul. A.^k yo'-r do;;te)i-
tin,! lie will ti'll you that yi,u have
nieivly drugged ,\i.'iif little '>ne into
in.st'nsibility — dim soothing medicines „nre dangeroii-'*. If your, l.ltle
ono needs a medicine give it Pabyls
Own Tablets, and you give i' a liie-di-
cind guaranteed to' contain no opiate or harmful drug. Vou con give
these Tablets jiisi us safely to a n«.:\v
born infant as io the well grown
child. ( and they will cure all 'the
minor'ill's of childhood. Mrs. .!. M.
CiipiJi. Pelliiaveii, ,Out.. says. "Since
I gave n'.y little one Jkiby's Owp
Tableis tlu're has been a niarvellous
many of the laws translated from tho change in h.-r apiu-arauce, and she is
code speak only of women as sellers of ! growing splendidly. Vou may count
drinks.     Severe   measures were   taken j hid' -a!ways a  friend  to  the '1 ablets.
tiie lA.sk vour  druggist  for  this  medicine,
'nil    ~"
The   Way   tltc   Excise   Qiientlej;    ffal
Handled   by   It*  So-lozi.1.
A translation of King Ilainourabi's
code, written nbout 2,230 years ..before
Christ, gives us an insight into the life
of the great bity of Ha'bylon at" that
remote time and of the way in which
tbe,excise question was handled by Its
legislators.
' Nearly' all the dealers of wines and
liquors at that time  were women,  as
against    those   who    adulterated    im.-----     ■   ,    „_ .     ,       ,,     ,,,.     vvn
, ., . , , ,    or  sent     2o    cents   lo    the   IM.    »i!-
wines or mixed them with water, so as lb        ,  ..   ...      ,, •    ,,,. „i.,.:,i.,- r*,,,,
i. ,  *. r *i       ,„,(„,„ .liitnis    Medicine  ( ei., la ockv i lie, uni..
to safeguard the  purity of the aiticle > a  ])OX ,)v nmH 'pnid „
for the use of the public.   Tlie barmaid
was held responsible for all disorderly
scenes or drunkenness in her premises,
Vi'i-y    Natural      Philosophy.—"N hv
does   lightning    so    rarely    strike    in
and dentli. waa tno pc-imlty for- those'tho same place?" asked a- P.onrd-
who' did not denounce .all cases of !.school teacher of lhe new hoy in1 the
drunkenness to tbe police. Those worn- J class of natural philosophy. "Oh."
en who were employed in the temples'I said    the    boy,      "because    it    never
were forbidden to enter public hostel-
ries under penalty, of death, and even
drinking in private was forbidden to
thern.
Special police officers wore detailed
for the enforcement of the excise laws
in the city of Babylon, but then as'well
as now the ofiicfers charged with'this
duty were, if we are to believe the
code in question, either negligent in
the performance of their duties or
too willing to accept bribes from the
barmaids in the shape of drinks or
even money.
Severe punishment is dealt out in the
document ' to the police officers who
shall accept bribes in connection with
the enforcement of the excise laws, of
Babylon, but it is probable that then
as well as now many of the fair saloon
keepers found a way to bribe tbe officers and evade the laws.
needs to!"
Anemone   FactH.
Naturalists have duly recorded that
that If a sea anemone be divided in
halves longitudinally a now animal will
in time bo reproduced by each half, as
sinning the anemone is kept in pure sen
water. An old zoologist relates how he
watched an.anemone1 which somehow
or other hnd contrived to half swallow
one of the valves of an oyster shell.
Practically the shell struck in its gizzard nnd gradually cut Its way down
through the soft tissues of the anemone until it halved the animal as by
a partition. Perfect reproduction of
two anemones through the division of
one was noted to bo the result of this
accident. 'Even a fragment or two of
un anemone body left attached to it.s
rock may in due* season reproduce a
now body.—London News.
SoldlcrN'   Supers,! It lon.i.
Among the numerous superstitions
of the Cossacks there is none stronger
than the belief-that they will enter
heaven in a better state if they are personally clean at the time thoy are killed.
Consequently before an expected battle
they perform their toilets with scrupulous care, dress themselves in clean
garments and put on the best they
have. This superstition is not confined
to the Cossacks alone, but is widely
prevalent in alp branches of the Russian army.',.,-' ,,..,  ,
There never irat nml cover wl.l ho ii
universal petn-ie-ea, in cute remedy t.-i
all ills to wliu-.i lle-bi is Sn'ir—tin' veiy
iKituiu of ti.iuiy fututne-s being sucli
thai even- the g.-rm.s of other nml ilitTor
enllv i-eated .tisiM.so-i rejoice 1 in the sys-
tt-in" of the pat lent -\\h. 'L would ivlj»*vp
oe.e ill in t u) n would a^gtmalo the
other We* h.ue, however, in Quinine
Wine when otiliiimible m toiml, uiiinlul-
tm.iteel state, it leincdy for many und
grievous ills. liv its m-nduii! nnd jueli-
i-ioini use the fraile'st syslems uro led
into ioiiviile.xc-c-r.re mal strength Iiy the
influetiee which Quinine e>.'"its on nature's own restonitives. !l relieves the
c!roni■Ing spirits of tlics- with whom ei
chronii: state eif moUiid desjioiuie-nry anil
ln.k of in t rest in lile is - a c!i*cnse. anel
by triinc|iiiii/ing the nerves, disposes 'to
sound nnd rcfresh'titf t-I> up—imp.ii Is vigor to the iit'tien ni the liionil, which,
being si iiii'.tlJil. d, mioses thiough the
vein*.. stiengtht'iiiriL,' th" healthy nninuil
fu net inns ol' the .systt-in, ll'.ercliy iiuitiinp;
activity n nece.-.saiy result, "sttength-
e-tiing the frnme ami giving life lo "the
di'j-estive orguns wlmji muuntily de-
niand inereu.'.ed kiiIjkI mice—result Im-
prove-d iifMietito. Northrop & Lyman of
'loronto h.-ive pivon to tlie ptslilic theii
Kunerior Quinine-Wiiiii nt 1 hi' usual riOe
iui-1. guiiKiil iiy tin. opinion of .':< ien
lists-, the wine apnujnchcs ntv.rest pe
trc-ion of any in tho market
*ri*ts sell  it .
All  tlritft-
Wlhil is the difference* betwien :,'
man in a 'bus and one in passion'-—
Ou" rides in a stage, and (he other
strides in  a   rage.
KXOLISII  SPAVIN   1,1X1.1ILWT
nemoves n!l hard, soft or calloused
lumps and blemishes from lioises. blood
spavin, curbs, splinln, ringbone, sweeney,
.slides, sprains; cures sore unci swollen
throat, courIis, etc .Sa\o S,j0 1,'y the
use of one bottle. Warranted the ino'il
wondeii'ul   lilemish   Cure  ever  known.
Limit, your wants. Tito "tuust" is
hard; and yet solely by (his "must"
can we show how it i.s with us iu om
inner man. To bui i.e-r-onli n.r to caprice   lequircH   no   pecul in r   powers.
Mnkinpr  It  Show.
" HOllj'—How did Marie learn to use
her left hand so gracefully? Dolly—
That's the hand she wears her engagement ring on.
Wilson's Fly Pads: tho original and only
genuine,   Av«d ohcnp imitations.
To make a gooel coating for i;,r-
paiilins, tield twelve ounces of beeswax tei one gallon of In.seed oil and
boil   well   for  two  hours,     l-'irst prime
the  can\ns   with    (his
then   use   it   ins)end   of
mixing  the   paint.
1'ii.vi lire,
pla in   oil
anel
for
gout
.1 lie
Much of the biliousness and
which: come .under the- notic- o
medical profession is due I o the close
and stifling condit ion ol" .our .atmosphere—in other ■■ words., to "the. want
of proper veivtihi I ion. . nnd chiefly, to
on   iiisuflicieiicy ' of air   iidct s; ... " .'
Churlty.
President of the  Girls'  Club—Well,
girls,   we   'have  ,?-10   in   the, treasury!
How shall -we spend il?    Chorus—Oh, '•
let's get up.a .charity ball!—Puck. ' !
'Su^assteff' Cro^p   -
A eroupy oourIi is n dangerous thini?
fortholiltlo fulkninstunniorlime. The
tevor tha.: uccompanlns it ia liable to
causo Gorious IUqchs.   Givo tlium
on s
To accept good advice ia to Increase !
one's own ability.
IlnnKlnn   rit;rl:,l. Cnntom.
When  a   Russian   dies  ho  Is   burled
with a paper in his hands.    On this ia j
written his Christian mime as well as [
a prayer for his soul.
Tho Lung
Tonic
It in pleasant to Ulto, will euro Hjeth
quicwy and htts no unploasanfc after
olTocta.
At all druggists, 20o, COo and ?1.00 a bottlo.
402
evit:iblo Sleeplesjuies* w
the most no.lcenh!.' <■{).
nioderii civjdi/.iiihMi. ' ■ i
There are  **(".-ej-:il  tupnorters of' the '
siesta idea in tlii-* city who evnress n- \
gret   that   tic   e.^'cin   iipp-ni's   lo   be
passing away.   '1 b.-se p -r.-*.' us. who (Ub>
themselves   devote.-s   of   the   practice,
'claim th:U it is a healthful ami m-rve
restoring habit and Knit, if it were iu-
dulged'in H.vstein:ilie;illy by Ihe iie.-.pl--'
of   Uie   United   States  and   oibrr   pro-|
grt'-ssive countries the-re would be iVw- '•
er   cases  of  nervous   wre-cks   for   the
newspilpers  to  report.     "Parly   rbiing
und ;i short nap nfler dinner" Is wluit
these   people  .-idvoi-iile.   chihniug   that
the best work of most pei'.*o:i-. m per
formed in the morning. t.
• .i i a
I   l|H    |
for the bent baM; .,,, ]
I he*   ,1,'tpniiese   v.... j,,
never hears a .l.n. i ,.
'An t to qtuke a i,    :-i
ils  funny  Hit;,* i
(»',iiet'<  ii   by   y ,v
pies ami  bis 1*.- ;,- i
pl.n-iibiy-T'eigii * p,
won id feci Ml.,* ,* t.
(i.iiD'i1", te)  a  .la;- !■
to Amuse it' as <*>,
As'for  chu,-!.':-":
I'mtt's umh'.i,;.,;M
tu
'"r:ii
"l *<n-
11 i„i,ij
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-"- lriind lit
Poo! hall   am'
ami » are pi" V"
• imi:, .;>,
A     Mb     „,,.,
■'■ 1'1" i: .u„
e-bailt.'CS    bi'ir;'    u.i'.'n  s ,  -y   , ', ''
r
j.".".me   tlie-' sens .  (,(-  ^ .,,.
place   'of    ^I-• 1111      |,,   ( „
tl.-'i  f,.
: l.:::e-c.   n    t'i',y   |..-||   y ; ,
'■■  I.-!
1 alt. an.!, by [ijc i„ '■.. | ,
lA,' .!„!/
!• ;'.■;-!!on  Is de(e,.-r.  .,   \
'!!,. o i
l,i,:!il in r,',ci.''i,c,>f ,.|, . ,i i
rv.n  toward  :>  tat.    i -.
" 'ii
'' i, , -
- ■ .-1.,
i ,
but toward n |„-:i y,- . j
it    i..   odd    to   .*e.- ,!',,,■   i
•  i" * Itji
•''■:•: ;i i
games;     They  pi >..'   , ;•
iiinliititiii :t' profoiuiii *, :
';:'::.'.(' ;i   noise (he  \ ,j.
illg bells i-e)lild  not i,'.- !,
an.*-wi'!-ed  the i-(,M p..
young
Indeed^"
( cd I'ersoi!.
''I'fdn't you nolii-r' llieui'
•'CVrtr.'iuly not.    I tun i:.
ti.st nor nfi oc'iili.*,!."
,  FIRST USE OF TEA.
An   Ancient   I.e;;<*nd  'A.ici'I.X's   rt   to  n
IvliiS  of   Clilim.
I?y whom or when the use of ten for
drinking purposes was lirct 'discovered
is lost In ant'.ejuity. It is sp-jk^n of as
a famous licrh in Chinese literature as
far back as 2,000 years H. ('., at which
time ils cultivation and oi.!SSine:.U(),u
wore almost as thorough and edmpk-to
as they are today. One of ihe ancient
legends says that its virtues were accidentally learned' by King Shcn Nuug
Sho, the Chinese monarch who is'also
known as "the divine husbandman,"
who. the record snys, flourished ,1'orty j
centuries age>. lie was engaged in boil- j
ing water over n lire made of tin: ;
branches of the ten plant and careless- j
Iv allowed some of the leaves fo fall    nppllrotion    of
viil  «ivi)    you
-     An   I nil ii i:i:< ,i   u ret,.],.'
'   J-I tieve'r saw siieli | <>>;<\ n.1;.,)^
,in;igui!'..'i"it <y'cs a: i!i;t ;-*i] i,.^...
i'tbe
man w !io r,"11
'i'J
The liquid which be expected to come    is effected in  iho most -t.ii.. . . c.s
from   the  vessel   simply   as  stcrili^l    ^^.Zn^Z'ZZl A-^Vi
Into tbe pot
The liquid
from   the  \
water was miraculously converted into
nn' eiixir of life by the iiecidciital ad
dition of the tea leaves.    Soon after it | 7. ^^  ^
became highly esteemed in all the orb-' (T<, i(1 (,.u
ental  cities and was used  as a  royal   t., SK,,;,,   ;
gift from file Chinese mouarchs to the    the
potentates   of   southern   and   western    ami
Those    Worrying'' Piles!
Ilr      .V'r--.   ■ ^ I
l Olllfl.l
nixht  for   three  lo si.,  i
-I,
.,-,
1 <
itching    anil    burning    *'.i-
nets llko magic,    H."i i->" t*
how   ;i  ("in*. -
U'l   nilt o'li '■
bat.     w:*s   in
l',l'\l -   d:sy-   "If    .
si" g,    the    pro >■ ■
Asia. . j place   in   the'   iiftei'iii"
This same King Shon Ninig-Rho not rains in the tAt.r: • ,
onb* carried the title of respect by
which he was known through the clis-"
coveryAif thc virtues of tea, but because of being the first to teach iil.-i
people how to make nnd use plows and
many other implements of husbandry.
1' rr
i,-
Krnor.ion   on   I., I is coin.
The president impressed me more
favorably than I bad Imped. A frank,
sincere, well meaning man, with a' lawyer's habit of mind, gooel, clear statement of, his fact, correct enough, not
vulgar, as described, but with a sort of
boyisip'clieei-fuhie.ss, or that kind of
sincerity and Jolly good meaning that
our class meetings on commencement
days show In telling our oid stori.-s
over. "When he has made his reninrk
be looks up at you wiih great satisfaction and shows all his white teeth and
laughs.' lie argued to Sumner the
whole case of iTnrdou. the slave
trader, point by point, and added that
be was not quite satisfied yet, and
meant to refresh his memory by looking again at the evidence. All this
showed a fidelity and conscientiousness
very honoritble to him. When I was
introduced to, him he said, "Oh, Mr.
Emerson, I once beard, you say in a
lecture that a Keniuckian seems lo
say by bis air nnd manners. 'Here am
1; If you don't like me, the worse for
you.' "—liiary of It. \V. Kmersoii in
Atlantic.
siiiii  v, ill   tak«: phic i
Lever's Y-'/, (Wise i
Soap I'lm.l.T tin.ltd ll
tl-.i-   W utiT   and   ilisinf.'. '
'i -.   ,., 1
-.VI!    Ij
',..11
;;i • 1,1 if j
, ,,i:.ri
.      i
;■ -.i,iA
"I low uiucii old.i I-- (
sister than .vou are. .Ion:
the inquisitive young ■>!..!
know." replied the vo-.-
".-'.lie only has a in"'
other year, .'to I gu--s* v.
iw ins  pre-t ty .soon."
_   i,
Wilson'^   Ply   Pads.    One '.Oc^tS-'.|
ha? actual ly killed a t>v.*-!iel  cf i'.^-,
1 he
fill'lU!
neia ,
principal  ' - :ii r
■   ol   coral   orn-.ii:.
•'.-•.pies,    Le^lioi :..
Ies.       A 5.   1 .'-'.'llul'll   liiore
stltiel     women    lire    empl
iiifiiiufai'iiire' of  coral   b-
lad's,  etc
ii
,i-i*j
My*!
,'-* loi i.'l
Dr.Aonew'sCiircforthcHea|
acts    directly      and    tjoick-v,    *'*i!i-'jif
tho   heart's     action,    stop*-    '"•' '•   *'
pain,   dispels   all   sijjns"   oi    ..i.^i..'-1,
teririg,    sinking,    suiolln-i-:-.'      '-   l'"]'
lion.    This   wondeilul   cu:e   l-   '"■'■''
.ship   wliu-h     carries    Hi,-     l,„.u i-,'*•
iient   into    the     haven     of     i.'.iN'*
perfect health.    (Jives reln-l   in n,o*'* ■'"'
forms of lienrt -disi-ast' In  '.'." ini.sulcs-
the
At
In Olil StnK-<*eoiu>h Dayu.
'There used to be rate wars in
old stagecoach days iu l-bigland.
one time, early last century, one stagecoach company not only '-nt, the price
from Lewes to London to a very low
rate, but gave also other Inducements.
As the coach started from Lewes at
a somewhat uncomfortably early hour
in the morning, by way of tiding over
the difliculty tlio proprietors allowed
the more slothful of their passengers
to go overnight to Brighton, where
they were accommodated with good
beds free of expense and could proceed
comfortably to London by the company's morning coach.
'•Well.   1   made   tho   sni<-
sairl   the    new    salesman
lied    to    her,"    protested
prielor.     "Vou    told    her
genuine    old     lrif.Ii    lace-*
didn't.      She  dimply   «"!li   '
want any   'boguH  iiuitn > i"""
assiiied   her 'ours  were  j
di iml.'.
• iim uj
11.'   Fj
;|„i    ,,.1
v.
b„"il*l»l
llll-l
I-III. 111. -
IT   NKI-'.liS   No    I'l.SI IM'
a   Liiuo anti'i*   in   11 Mel f      If   ''",
iei|tiu cd     they   c.eild   I >•   f >' '" "'
l hoii-. anil"- f i urn   ill   «.n i *>   -'"';
oi   in.',i   in   widely   d.Ki-i.'..'   i'  '
lae-iiu'ine:,   nie   pin   fieih   >■   <"s
li.-.\ e  l.n l   ne   epla-meinl   i">i   '■
it'e   li'-n.-.l   of   i.o   ii.i.ir      I-i
I*', til.    e Ut   hit-,   c I nw n   Pi   i ''''
< in v   (iinei*   it    Ii i Ml   until,,   it-*   'M
i-.iW   -!i
tl-',''1
|iiii I
I  -i I
C-.lU^ht,   r'
&£•'<   '-
Maud—I fhuik it i* v'•.■".
i",!
'i0 '\m
M oil*
arotui-c airl lo-,!; at \ ee; '
p/is-.:!' 1   m'e tot!-:y he ly ;.;
'staring brek  f >r a  io;i : t
\v
fir
*. >'.
• yffl
"!'r H
aM
H 1'"
i ^">"
ItiA-e.l!   II.iw do yen '. .
•-
eh^ -i i
I I
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■' !:'
Taking   Per.'.ons
-I '«i!n . u" ''
- ,\'\
Tbe  Li'S.so-i of the lb""
otlels   m.iUe   ;\   niiiiule,     ''iv*''
ni.'il.e un   hour.
Of Tivo  ISviln'ciionxe   the  I.ennt.   ^
Doctor—If you are to recover, you
must spend the next three 'months,'in
traveling. Patient—But I can't afford
it, doctor. Doctor—Very well, stay at
..homo If you must, and! will visit you
daily. Patient—Never mind, doctor; I
think I will travel after all.
An   Rxpcnnlvc Wcilil I ti *.v.
"The bride nearly fainted during the
ceremony and hud to be supported by
her father until it was over."
"Yes, nnd now I hear her father Ib
supporting both of thein."
Wilson's Fly Pads.   Three hundred tiffl^
cheaper than st c'.y paper.
.di
The;   founibition   stone.   <"
Cathedral,: laid   l.y ' fhe   I-*1
o.i.   tons,    tiiid    measures
inches  in   length.    -1   feet
width,  and   2 fe.-et. .''.  incl.ey '"
Thc" members   of   the   me'.'th■•.'•■
paid  '"'
,uiie.ti"l-s
i n' I
,i„!i'G
ir.i
ict-s   c
ing. in   the   diocese
The   cathedra I- fiim
.£190,0(10. '"
have
now
w.i'i?
.    1.-.-I
tl   inrii|,s
lyi.^,
im'1'''
to I
mr
s*
Foollnis. I! is   .StoiiiiK-l,
am.
Is it acting well? Bort
regular? Digestion g?odp..|s,
not., remember Ayer's 1- ;
'T-.   7   t .. .i      . "ttinvvn il"
"Rush the season!" cricd.be man to !'   B || P ?/ I H fi ?! A^ !fi    |  ft
Hie waiter, desiring the salt-and paper    I U $3 O li '< ^ U ii tl ^Z >&^
lu a hurry. ■ LdldLLddA«^. ..,.  ,,,,    ".:.'.—>--—^"'
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tli:itA'l'.put-s..'the'|d'y-cr/in sucit'^ood liij-",
7mbr;ft.luit:t;be-usiuiily/vvill'b;i.and .■ foiyia'-
'touchy :;A y- X'A-.'b/AA./ - '('■■ LA ..-'■'•     "••"'■
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.. 'do:'.en ■',('.'..liyr UA.pliIeb decorated
1he.;,,s;,;|0];'ih'g '.1'OCpll'. of i .l.h7.bu nt .sAiahy.
/•'you e-an't gtK'SS Avlbi. - tb;s As.'/ be.
sail.!-, •.•und im /took.. dcliwji-.'-frmn Abe Wall
'■■■a: piece, of.curiously wttve/iiAaAlliiig.    J.t
.■,.-..    ■ . ,. ■       ,.  , . ..-  .was. AAioutcitwo- fejet/bqiiure,   given/in
;,/Slr..S.-A.,.C««'il.<lj',;6r. ()lta,T^, p^rlntineiilly    (, 0i,:M.-,,r u| live in(-l)C«-.fb'i.-ky . -    ' :/'7'',',  -
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WhijA alA'Cuiiaetavknbws thatAjpdd's   AVitlicut it '-"'ilie"i kaiigayoc., with  :y -lore',
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W,:»-.:':':;a.it b.-i, •;.; ;-;>-/;i t;... ■■ .S'li>':':''"<<V   i Si '.live'thl »7
oC'-ot'iii.'i':' e-iY/.bias,  ..and -.:■ rimmed- emd'-.
/Iit.ipai ii'itce
■niii 'age"or..
cirje'ls', tl
sorro'wA
blood,
.-b',7
sooner
'it,. is'sAi'd t.'iidt At •.i':-i,bl'.''SpoeJ.3ifi.il of
■ t '.li-j-.en.tii'i.V' -ailded .-■ fe'.l 'a; pa:ii/ 'bi'v.-w.a.tyi-. ■
wiilbjisiiu'eCt/a Cesspobl -iiislnrii'ly /
am! i-i; -ih.-y si'-t* e.:haiuly'ry■ will, prove-
A -: py,v.,-rfit:l j'lu'x'i.ii'ai-y ;.ga ii)-:*t.'.',','ge-'','Aiis;
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li^Ahcuiid^ig^d/wan^
_  -;-,,..     v,-„- ,..„,,,- -.-, , .,,y:y11-ffer^ccii''Uni'oibbanly orCanallit.
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Grain .-'E'xcha.risei'i'.Wihnlpcs..--
:"'A.'-'    " Ayf'-A;;.i,(;^al',riizzlpr.y, .,-■      ,:.,;,--
7. curious/connnenfs/by Avyiudgcieyoii
inbhe presence, of the, prisoner, though/
cxtriuuely.riu'e,..arenotui.pi'ecebGn,ev
' Mr "Justice-" Miiulu  once ..addressed  a
i"7-7:ie^;7i7n.-te,:-h.M;;".-1A^
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mail. ■ A'he iinAuAl
ije; iuit'.'t'iuitbwliu-hf
■ !he,.-so,ul'--ni>; nian
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A; !*b What-it/works j
or'  visible    coticli-
Witini6iilsC#' Distempers
in-1-,
1 ii,'.
Iii- 1
A;:>
1* fuit li. is iiction;
>- 'whc-.i.'.'s't.ruggU'.i'-^.
blinks  it 'nucstioil
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II' li-:.
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•Ac   i.iliotis-   - fU-iiil-.-
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ii,'-.i,...'d;iiit'iy,     l.
I.:.'   *!,,,     I'illS    0[!C1'-
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■ 'aiii-- .fui-'.-writ-
nr.i!i,-r .lisc'liai'i.'.ing
..li,.-,- '-   lH;causi,'    be
tiliest  .
'■','" :77.A; ..-Getting ;Evcn. b.A,;   :■ •', ■ •',, ,-
^»Sbe-!si going ''to sue liiim fori b reach,.
of/i'ironilse.": •■-       ': .   /-.   .7 .. ■■'
'•Put-be has', no money, ,,W hat .110^.
'sbo:V>xpect to'getr',; , :,/..•, b.^
",' -tlevenge. ;y Sheyinteucls to ha \ e.. ins.
Alctlers'-read in courtbf/ ;    A.     ';'7,.A...
''-.   A •''■'■• ■'-'.''-Wants''Wci-c Modest,' y -. ,-. - .
■"• *b •„■ -'- -v'01'1 for -vour .daugh-
."I caifte to yasi*. you A~ .7
1 t0-'n„tAheisAbe only■W1'^^''^
..'Well. b^t.wantfbu   one. Tbope
yoiidb.nft''bikei^^,^^^^
f\A-f/, y-■'-.'-A ;FixcdyStatcy:7..-'' y/;
A'-Cun'marriage be- successful on $10
rtASvVtbing.V^manebUld.n^
ctipughto^iu-wli^^PVO^eciiu
7        ' How He Won Her.   A..
,/   B.AvvaSii>«;-t^l^:>tby'b
■bl-h,?' choicest bf UiP bi-.i....
Alps.
I'll
abb
the
Vii.'.s
a/..y
.."■ VXb  double b)lytbe-evils f<>f,<Am" fajf
i;vb,iw,-l.ii!.g o;i tbi:mb.ei-^''^7'7y1't,,
' ■ vc ,; Abird- a sbtrW-au aii.hh.v.: *v
.-O,,.^ .ii   wo'        -  **     ;_:   y .-v[l...iX  ..--i-at
j-*' -■»" u,s7t7-*;;,A;:;'!tiU,)ess.,.;fte!.
1,   b'v'''broodiiig■-■api'irc'l^"1-
danger-. ..am
t*-Hls.,tn/cie-at!i
sioiiS.    .
: .mu# A^s ^.; Gw!E( 1s :Gow&-'
iroekiii w,^. ..■■---.., . ,        ,.
t7 the bar, vour,fcouhse,! luniks yom.1.1-
noci'iit; the counsel for the prosecution
thiiiks-voii/innoceiit; Itbink yoii.nma-
cent :lVut a-j-iry ■or-yonr-.owiv.co.iinl'i'y-
^eI1A'i,i the bXeroise"of such common
sense as iliey possess, whicli.uoes no
i seeuf   to;"be..much.   have-. foii.m„,yoii:
itdtA;miditAemiuns-tliatI-'Slmll-^
Sv-Soh'vou/tliebsentence/of/Abe,,^
Thiif' Sentence  is' {h:it;,;you,tbe'k.ept-;.n
j. inMu-isoiimeiitTor oue/aay. and as that
■.^■&t^li^.^&^^^M^ykA:^i--,^-A--'- --A: A!'-i^:,--,..
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rles
Wrlto our A3ontSrTEES & .PE?W, WfMfi*'.•«%*»
tkd'dAAL- j^'EdKmnY GO., LimStedZ-HULL.   ■
^kptiy/ f~f S'Ay/VA /'-iy;;;;'".
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j- day  wbs Tcsterday/y0u , nuty. .*«.P.V'i.^|
....... —      ... . ....     ,..''■'   i ni7.it vour business. *'y     ■,-■-■■■■;-.. :-■■-..• ■-*,._-
lJ,i(/,(,l:lh,n;p,own:wtb-vvb^
,,HYCi.ltiV'Ued-cro1.s., ^^^^AtymiS
t-i-nsf ill''
lessor    '.l.oi-.nst
liaie  of'.iieui'ly
Title umoi.ii.i.•.->■*- .....,.■-.,.. •'■■-,*
went aboutAlils business,,but thought
law-was'at. uiicoiiimonly.pu^lmg.busi-
Bection ot inn
C^n'"\u:«^ 'put-Aosethor,
otlie'-r
Tnt-re* I*;, more
- nounW»°-t 'V;:fcon lantly fniUns- "■--«• ^-V*   All-Ult
romodU-A aud.bJ ^h*ooncM.lt -incur
rivattuent.   Pr^ ... . .. ,-■,,»■ ,„  cos
Khcicv.i   lli?i>>
w-i. »PPP^..«o^*i ™.0 >-;;^lU'v annise.17 saidfa/mer-
Avltci   has.Tttely   njadoya; visit
'rm.TatJkeo
ts:: far-
lit hi tat of A lie real
'c^reVmu' chant   who   nas,.ihu-v    "■*•"-   ;
awe.   eel- Aal>r0-;d. '•to notice how the lei m.-,-.
;ffil™S7.vwJns.:ir««,!^^
:--?i ■-'/ -Xo-rr  nrltain.',CarrcAicy.,:..yy.,
■ Dcwari-:i, ii currency of New-Britain,
is an instance of bow:: the- spoils of tlie
chose may be: turned to account :ps the
outward  and  visible   sign- of  wealthy
Dewarra"  is   made -..by". stringing ytbe
shells of,a dog whelk upon 'tbe.ribs/of
palm/leaves:   These striugs maybe retailed "at. so  much  a  fathom—usually
the price is equivalent to/about tliree
"shiliing^-tv fathom/Icngth-ror thoy. may
be madoAnto 'various: articles  of, per-,
sbival adornment to be worn, on; great,
occasions. In New,Britain the dewarra
hoarded up by-a rich man is produced
at bis funeral and divided,,among bis
heirs in much .-the/same ,kind of way.
ns personal property is/dividecTamong
us.   ■-    :-y. ■' ■-'- .-■.■.--■ "■'" -. ■ .   ■" '■'
The Ail He of tlie Snnke, -.
InYnbdi Itosa. Italy,' the serpent As
a Additional - terror,y and .the place is
Till-: UKBAT KKULISUL KEM.liuV
...(i-vond'lhc
f'7r:     ■ --    . .
'thai at.the.t'U)
,..yu,bi::n-'by.
JT-, ,iii';bi't-"l*a>-v-"
-That  lialy '...•:.
'ibi-di-lu't lar-'W
Wer,. ■/..■iu"-**'Oi
...It ...rtb.'AC   S*
^"h'/k.ZZZ,AA
.     She  iliouji'i"- ,-  :     -,   ,
.-lions
n'l.i-.-ry mc/
:t e.u'.t'bo.
A
Dfhe
.    Sieiiwnlf.'.
only U'imnsei-ipt of  ,'P50vvulf.M
Ki"<"""t 'Antt'.ii-Sax.Mi
';', Is tl.e „;,,, ;-.,■„;, tl,ft eolloclioh ot
I ko'ner. Ceiiioii, now ;n thn T.rltlsh
Fci'.ni..  T
I'ile of-ji',
'A cxbi
jpi''"o<i.|,v
fisi'il in "17
"Mos<iui'<"'P
t-i   .^,v^ t'ie Trc.itnvcnt.
n<^e Zerv bad ubouttbe
i ; 1 ■ ■
1   .
to.
polity «u rti-«F[i ;';■,.;• iuc"b«pt.
- null's Family 'd'A .       A. '—
or   . Pi'iu..V-p-l*'i»l,,,f.--  -\
,,y,    shi,ul,l,.alv.'iy.s.i>''   '"
..- ...1 'in ae uain---   -
' House the previous scr,
ib!.Asvima.reb..th7Yiu:kees.youniay;
.'   bn'iioo!- ' !,v elmnce know him.' be s-.ud.. -•
./■vihed  i-i X '--Where dues beAivcA I.usKihi.
/- I    .J-m-iuienosiAyres,' replica the.hotel |
keeper.",'
terisli..
are
win- eio'iA/you
phico tbi. year.
Allkk 7,i7r7„,-, SH„*„r
Wilson's Ply Pods are
. mticle.
the best iiy killore
the
•pic,   now „ex- ]
i'M-,1 the
'»il,
! '.'ii-.  dates  from   tho
•l-.hl.h cenl'ury, and tlio
lii.niuse-i-ipl    Is   badly
'-Ae   th;-,mgh , which' li
«X   u Ab Hi* C.hoi'-c'
die- froiie of.eienl.ns
"More .'■ peopie
llisin.'from ^rvM//^  pieasanter
n
CVU..-1.
,"l   in   'A
dain'ui
Hi
•Vou'ri-
..put   think
death i.t'.isl" .
ho'.v
s\ Double LosS'_',
"yyiiv (lid he inarvy h1;1"-.
bet him liofcoiilclti.t-
Where be- lost uti
\v/eil Named,
.in.-*  coin  is. ib'kh;
will  a"'- ;:
■ - van
i-'.fir
1,-ar.n
I'air A'ut
-   \c.ise)y
aren't >.0!1 ■'''
in lor A a m"
•■!     wonder
(,hiring an-Ai'ty'"-
\er.v foiul
•,     p.ro'wn:-
i-.o
deal,
vou     eion
'f
'\villi«ff. I>nt  Iliimperetl.
Kicb    Caller   (who   A- "imikins
rLa °c^.T^^yyy:^Adi
• I  must go  now',    is  i'«'-       •
:   an do for yon. my good wo.unn
i   -TboOtbor'd.f   ^r*nZZt~?it
Ye must a l 1.1 mil u.
t twice*
I . w,..;   I'U'"1'
vilN.Mib'S
...  ,    ,,-,•   !sb
:.'„,'  Acute ;n-o:u-hitisi.y
. *s I MI7NT.
""   -,,    m.. ('AlllM'.Kb.l...
thank you, lueni.
tho-."c::i!
mem    if   1   doil-t: 1'0tum  tl,C   -
baveift any" ili.i.c  to, go slumn.nt
BC
11.       1
me-
Mrs. Pi-unes-AVben do yoi. npfQ« at   |I &fA&£        V   &g^&
^j^»-«ii«ajiassssa3affifiBa8Z^
a #-
- 7 '   <$ ^
' :Why Is it, that Ayer's Hair '
I Vigor does so many remark-
| able things?   Because it is a
hair food,    It feeds the hair, :j
fi puts new life i-ato it. The hair
a fe^fi i^s>* 'S"vy?§ . \a I w^ft,,
ur."
And  r.tnU
i-Ay;
M1N
il,,!,; me
IP.     .«.-'   ««o.>«'«'.
:l;ol
',,!'   I-'a'Aial
|,N1.MI-".N"I".
\V ,"v
lira ly.
I. pa:
il.   N
; ti,e thi-Acr draw you.  b-A ■
1   ;'"      i'v-rur     rm  pnm'P«er 1hcl'e"
ith^!: Prunes -Well, you-libaveto^o
! p^tmder   liriv.   too. ..or , 1"».
! boarding house
at tho
another
■lo Sunlight. Soap will clean
;ut g^ss  an,l
Fyshi
Thc Modern Way
daii'T ,nu'"''
other  articles until 1
"Those wh
diets." n       , in1)
they (bmc" to".'
inc anil sjxuUlcv     Sunlight
,0aP will wash
■lolij
other  things than
I      "Unless
A Foscr
"I  nu.ke  d '*  ll0»al
half vlint 1 lH>!,V"
:     "Which bahA
pay the lid-
p the hand-"
,-l'  I'liroiti''   '•'
•   i.i MMIsN r.
i;i-".b.
rix
■ tiniat ism
;M, IW.
lo  believe
jusl
S nit
-1-MllN-
.  I|
S v,
i-,'t
l.'.ridal Trous-
A lJnT!?'.-lor.    , .
iHce„TT.'i'bert says he is.a self maile
.^Ki.ty-Alow ho must sutler from
remorse.	
,vlways think biTore you speak.   T-e-
■foro   ve-  write,   think  a  long  iimo.-
Somervillo .lounud-
I -cnn.no
Keep 'from growing.
1 And gradually''all the  dark,
% rich color of early life comes
a
back to cray hair.
-,      "Wiica 1 r.rst,-,i:,cl Avor'a ITalr V'^n-f m-r
H lu.tr was .tl>oi:t kII srny.    Uiit noir-lt Is «-iilco.
H rich  lib.-lc. nn-1 ns tl.ic.ltani T ccnlil  wis 1.
M — Mrs. St'SAS i-:LOi'i*-t;NST:i;.*;, Tu3cunib,.i.
r,|  Ala.
[i?I.p6 abottle. 7'CbVTrMa?*;' 6
!:>A^^.y*4icw: ■ tC'h.   ^V.'.*WA*£SflW"*g
^S/'M^-f^^f
'{& prostrated Heffor■"mo.nths-pr w^k?
accorcling   to  tho virulence  of the ^ttacks.
"b air's rnishave renclercel m»   nimensa
service-    as    I   no   longer   fear. ati   attack
-°f.'-For^:th'e /last ..twenty//months-I  hav. X
boeit   coniparattvely   free,   as   on., or Awe.
attempted   visitations   have   been., Immed-■;
"tliJ--stainpod.out.by   th«  assistance    o!
"vivSj.^irs  (SiKned)  Saml. -W. Balc.r.X
.    uS'Soiis  &  Co A  Montreal and Tot-
onto;' The " Dole  BruB".Cpl.. Winnipeg: n.nd
Martin, Bol"e-"&" Wynne  Co., Winnipeg.
Cntneo   Ciii.Iissr.Y,
Before -the discovery of onyx,; as '-tho"
material   specially 'adapted- for. </'.•-'./• o
cutting the ancients cut them on soft
stones/ eggshells an 1. other.mat■eri.il*y/:-
Tho Grcco-Komim.   mid  especially   the
Augustan,  period wus rii-bin cameo:-,
atid'almost every great llomatrwisl-.ed
to have bis portrait cut in onyx.Om.' of
these, an exquisite portrait of lAniieioi-
Augustus   Caesnr   bimsclf,   i.s. .pi-.-lta.pa.-
,lho  finest' existing- cameo.    Such  portrait cam cos were pra'ctically i.iiib-sli-'uc;
tible, except by,.accident.  'AAu-ie huge
cuineos—the'"Triumph of l.aechus" nt  -
the Vatican, the "Agate de Tib.ere" tit
•Paris  and the '"Comma  Augesten" ;»t
Vienna—:u;e splendid works of art., A
There v-Xis a change froni tho classi- .
cal and mythological designs of Clrecei- ,
Uoman   times  to   Christian  themes   m
the fourtb  century, whom Constantino-
■the  Great  became  a  Christian.
At the'renaissance classical art recovered its lost .position, llenaissanes
cameo cutters were, very skilled workmen, but in spite of their general high
level tbey did not succeed in making
any very important cameo, although
the-"Hymeneal rroeession of Eros and
Psyche" realized a high price. .
Ai>il>"  Xnincsl."
One of" the most thoroughly original
works in English is "lA'dbuu." u-pla.v
in twenty-live acts. It'was written -ey
Nat Lee when confined in a nv.idhoii-'e.
bSiA
b'.TT-b .'-■
-a||ax: ".
If'::/
... At:.:
Am
albj
mkd
■'77 7i '
r.'.-j
if
yir; %y
fe ff tl .»a r^ -s y :   $*■•$ 5a % IT81
jII3-SKC-.*Xa^SS?^2^-,!^"C!K2 TJiS! SK'5EBB!ieaataaa«&!
\A/"    S^S      LJ     fi^o.     £±& S Sifr
-,*.*«'T^*ra«•^-'V,
iiwiiiii nn
1 ilb    xU J ;.Io    Uuilbxjit.
iblu-ked in the interest of the pcoplr*-
, of .M-vcji- •,:.(, j>.'A irootcnsy,
iii
m Shave yourself t
\€A
Of>.SA
J.,0. 0. F.
lVIIdoj'  I-oc'cto
1 ^^o
*: .-v1!* .*•"   C.CJ.
*5   u 1. ^1.   *^   ..'^J ,
0 jo Vc;
rsbllshero.-
 £2.CC j
If so-, we feave everything- you need tc
insure "a   comfortable   3ha7e.    Razors-
-Strops;, Mugs, Brushes. Seaps..  creams.
Powder, lotions, etc.
j Meats e?ery Monday evening in lhe:r
| hall c:i Viftr-ria street- Sojourning
| Odd Tzdo\;» corrJialh invitc-dr
1  C. A. Foots, ->••'• b_^oi.,
1 Noble Grand.
Socr'y.
7f-,--M.-A-l-LJfIfc-«W^J* M' T1
' Wilck Ha '-n' cream io;
A/TUIJAAT. SEI-TCMBERl*'.  lOOi.j
!     fv\
'   ; a-ariie Law.
Tho following synopsis cf tho gr.nie
Jaw will prove of ii,f '.retA to tbe :ii-m -
orous i-pcrtyiVuCn.
Open soar-on*- i-V-jeml.' r I*t t.-> Dec--
smber i-iih—r.eer, buck r.e doe ■ mnun-
lain'.-hec-;), ir.un' nmuiitaAi goat.1
Sep.emb.-r J-t   t" December   "Si-A—
Caribou, eikb V/apiii. (bully  grouse   of
all kind?,' including prairio   chick»n,|
ham; moose ('"UilA
September I«t tn   I{ehraary   23th
BiAern"; dwA. : all Y}rAs ; heron ; mea-j
■or; V-nk ; pV-v-r.
",\< v-. m'-i i v.im1 n,, March 31 t^—Bsa'
.bi . V:uei ewer* v.riiXir..    •
F 1"' 17-. Yiur'if* pT-  Tt)fjnA  .
it-. W. Ko--tc v.-a-3-iu tov.r. hist ^ec*, j ,,
-.v.-ii. ybde *.peakl..g of the damage
iltint-k. fo;-y;ts by fire.? said that the
'ires'ha\e not clone as much damage
to'timber an tho stories circuia tc-d that
V.:ov   hi.lj   hay-3    done ' to 'tho    <!is~
'->■'•"?      r<-) ;jv,-'t iiiL-'ane'^c the   fires   a-
*-'•-- ..i
''I'-.a'-'■' '"'ni en .y .mil   lis   I ributai ]'•;*? i
'i',-;:iJ ,-.,:'.•  '".-u.-b,   yrv-y-i ' a"d    st-V-.l i
'.- -, .,*  , ,A    ,y,jr- ,*.t<od    '.b.an   harm,
b'v-'u-a -*iii ini;7 v.".;ie Ue-iiro/ed^   nor
,-y,i ,-' - g   t.i.»r..ijr ' oi  value   '' At Fer-
■.',lA        i:\i    '. ..    =ldi;:.'.bl«     logs
'    . ,  ,     .   - ' ■ > .■•-*• il      it   l-l':*
• •* ' ■-'.'.,■      ii ■     ' "!,' xiiLSUl'T,
■' '.--our   .A1-3i' thave    cotion.
. ie tefolfice Drag mi Stationery Stor-fe.
' w.. J. ATCHISON,
Pre script ions cfli,<'Fali\r"i)r?^.irecl-
j Moyie" Miiiler^?  IJippn
*-!'"     r*Jo. ?rw. p.'ofivi.'''
jMeetr-in McGreg'orliall every Gatur-
iday evening     SojourninG " members
;|are corciially invited to a'ttend.- -   -
ri.Or-jUKTOn.
-—^rrjc*cnt=nr=^rr:
-*--
/ :'   ' ' BefrigeratorSj Screen Boors;
' ■   Window Screens, q-reen wiro plotii,        ;
Ice cream freezers, ' \
"g carry a ]ars"e EtoeR.    prop :n or tvrifle ns rjhen wp.ntinj .ar.ytninp
:n fhe Hardirara line,     '
Jon\- jMcDoi.'aix,
-    President;-
"3. TwMiVi,
-"   SecrMarv
HARVEY,' McCARTEK
' ' " & DT7KTBAE.    .
Barristers, Solicitors. /Notaries, IjJlc.
Cranbrook,   -   »   B. .0.
iaw»M»«»bJi"i i in im ■■w^-jrj«»«^4jji<«^f
I jiiAviE urmm. & IiW 'te. wfl
Saw, Planing and Latti Willz
^,- .-■ - • ----- .*,   <i'\\-    *•'-■'"   ,*,.
»
•Janufaolareraof nnd derdors in all kinds of Flooiia/, Cei,).^ I
^{ filing, Shi]>bp, Common Boards, Piniension, Finifch wA ■'lath."' ' J
^V   " ''' Tiompt attentiyn to -.vholssala and retail ordarj.    • ■   : W
is
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CE.1NBR00K.
B. C
Icjiji^A  H. J i-i .'Li:
B. C
boi irfouLio'ced.
JA /,, b. i* -i, prt-ndent   of   the
'H»J
'iugono .Mo-j-taia' JMinci Ltd., who
h.i.-e uocii iu Goi-jrado lor s'jnuj time,
Ua-3 bet-Li pruinoted by tbe company
'for Vi'uich hem working. He is now
as=i3Unt Huperintendsnt at the Portland mill near Victor,. Colorado.
I t^MHiJUiM^
t
Second   Annual
exhibition of the
Wholesale Wine
and Spirit Mer-
.chantV '
Agent for Calgary Brewing Co.'s
Beer,' Ale an,d Porter.
. - T. Label & Co.'-*
^ulIJB^firi       Perfect
K^^P#\    Timepiece. !•'    Hay and.Grain,
\Uk^^^M We'want the pat- | A
\ *yy -'/A.:"-<>*-y\ ■'&  ronage
#OgC'' -Wf\      ■" parLicul
(v^a^^-9     who    timoD      bisj
X
ffelson Agricultural
Industrial Association
SEPT. 38 and 39-
?*Iew   Buildings, Tine   Grounds,    Big
Prcmiuui Li.-l. Xuvel  Open  A_ir
Attraction.,.
Write, for Price I.i*:t.
J, E. ANNABLB,
"\ELS0y7, B. C. Sjjcretaky.
it tne pat- } ^   i t * i ■   1        n    I
^ tbojSchliiz  and  Calgary
ilar   man" i       A'        .   '  . ° '    J
y<^__T1..~f_7      woo    iimca      bis
"t--J'Sll,''«j|,lir       "'a*-ch by the sec-
>i|5ijj.^y;-      ond ' hand'. ' Our
^   repair work will plea=s him.    He  will
be interested in , our   stock   of   High j foroiL'n' and Domestic Wines, I iquors
kC'ri..le ifovementd, \ 'and Cigui-s,
W. E, TATE,        -   i '
CRANBROOK. JEWELER, j'
[^Official watch' inspector 0. P. R
Crows Nest Division.
^   tipwxi*.
w.^v-2mnmimijmm ^injiMujuMpi
»JKJCWfc3WT!W1C
-tIie—
B S \
w
J1ESAULMEU  IJItOS,    l'ropa.
Larue sample room in connection
with hou.se for commercial mon. Host
Of accommodations.
Hcade-iunrlera  for   Commercial and j\rining Men.
QUEENS  .S-VKNUU, ', MOYIE,   D. C.
TAYLOR & DAVIS,    j
CRANBROOK. j
Bricklayers and brick manufactur- '
ers. Tbey intend putting a carload of'
brick in Moyie for immediate u?e. j
Anyone requiring chimneys can com*-;
municate direct or leave orders at this i
office.    French ranges a specialty. i
0. F. DE3AULXIER.
DEAJKR   IS
'«i
*iM$ u
«S1
Barber Shop
and Bath Rooms,
In STONE Building.
J. Crawford.
I ■■■» i ■ — my nfiii»w»fiMM 'B ■■»■ ii v^im^manmim^mmM^mm'AU*
:       WOP AT THK
I
. PROMPT DELIVERY.
aueens' Ave.      MOYIE
ALL   THE   TIME.
11Y   US1K0      *-
U
.        i     -A    -'iffefl        ■  ' 55      »      |
Ldivb  dOOio IIOlol
\M,; j: STIjqrENT, Prop.
ComfGrtablo Booms'and Good   Board
at Reasonable'Prices.
Pirst- Glass   Accommodations for miners.
Our aim is to please patrons-
Good  draft and   bottled   beer
always on hand."
JOE NIEDERSTADT. Prop.
aCMcanrnaa
PBEST PHOTO CO,
Chanrrook Ai\D Moyie. ■
35RS, KINO 8b MJLES,
Will be in Moyie 11th of each month:
Crajibrook, B, C-
George H. Thompson*
-    Barristrr, Solicitor, No
■   ^tary Pui;;jc, .etc.
CRANBROOK.      British Columbia.
BUY YOUR
",  PROM.
A. B, Stewart & Co.
uran
aiace m
and BAKERY.
Meals served to Order.   Bread lor Sale
1 Twelve Loaves $1.
$ Thitf Hotel is New ana well Furnished, The
8 ' ' 'Tables are Supplied with the ■ Be§t'the
i HarKet affords. The Bar ■'is ^ Filled with
*       'the Best "Brands of-Liquprs and Cigars,
HEADQUARTERS  FQR COMMERCIAL
'" "■'    "AND MINING ME?^
._'     ^*A' -        jmmaB.cou-MBu
t
Tl
gj s:oirir-       - -
•afi-S««MC€-86«e-*S-6«*66€«^"S-Sa3^
Makes you f-eol light and
^ay, and puts new life into
vou.
J-UST RECEIVED—A carload   from   the   distilleries of
Gooderham & Worts, Joseph Sc-.agram, and Hiram   Walker
&, Sons.    ■ '    ' .     .
[e«
c
R. T. HOWARD, Prop.
nWMTAouj
FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO    TO
MERCHANT   TAILOR,
Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating
Trousers,   Imported     Goods.
AGENT  I"OR
KOOTENAY  'STEAM    LAUNDRY.
MOYIE, B. C
FOR SALE.
Apply to    ,
J. H  HAWKE
P. BURNS & CO..S SHOP,
Seattle, Tacoma
AND  ALI.
■\'l .. ''     * -(    ■
acific  Coast Point
St,  Paul,   Chicago^ New York
MIDNIGHT SUPPE17.SERVED,   ,
MOYIE; British Columbia
IF YOU HAVE A
LOT TO SELL,
A ROUS I'l TO RENT,!
MINING'STOCK.TO   SELL
Or if you with to invfist
in any of these consult
FARRELL \ SIV1YTH.
The Halcyon Hot Ssrjup
ARROW   LAKE,  B.   0.
"[he Most Complete
Heaith    Resort   on
the   Continent      ot
North America.
its BATHS Curs all  Nervous  and
Muscular Diseases.
Its 'WATERS    Heal   all    Kidney, {     Full  information, call on "or   all
.        AND
ALL   POINTS   EAST
Palace- and Tourist  Sleepers,   Buffet,
•Library "care, Modern Day coaches
Dining   cars,'.   Meals,;
a La Carte.
Best Meals on Wheels
£}   Fast   Overland  i\
/trains daily 4
Special Excursion Rates to
World's Fair, St. Louis
tour choice oe routk.   -
For Tickets, Rates,' Folders  and
Liver and Stomach Ailments
Tliey   are a  Neverfaiiing    Remedy
for all Rheumatic Troubles.
S.G. YERKES, II, BRANDT,
rnpntrc     ui- ,„j,lO                      1                             O. AV. I'. A. C. I'. (Js T. A.
1ERMS-AM..) to"kl8, per week,   ac   _        Seattle, 70 1 WARiv.rP.de 4
Jcordmg ta r.Jji U:i :j i.i II ..A ,; Ydn,              'Wiisb
drciis any  Gnat Northern Agent
or write
WIIOnESALl! ASu RETAIL
MEAT'    MERCHANTS
Fresh end Cured Meals, Fresh
Fish, Qame. an;i Poultry. We
supply only . the b,p5t. Your
triple spljcited.J
In    all   the   Prineipal
Cities and   Towns] in
Iritish Columbia,
Hradquar''.-..>- vou East Kgo^esay,
st Joieplfi ' Content.
jjew»on, rs, o(;
hoarding apt) Day Schaol, ciDndiiCt-
od by the Bis'vova of St.'Joseph,, 'kolpon
D. 0, Oommei-cjal and bqainesH
ooursoa a-.spsoialty, Esop'Ucno.o and
svyifi, pfogvnaa charaotoaiao eaclifde-
pai'tmonv. I^ivouIg. nhould . wril.a for
particulars. One month aasurca the
publio oi tho Ihoi-oughn'oMH of the
yistora' mothods- of timchin^. Terms
^ commence January,   April   and   Sept,
bpokaue. Wash v  Pupils are admitted dtiricu; »c-i rp.
Wholesale.Wines, Liiiiiois and Cigars,
CRANBROOK, B. p.,
gwesaaawroaa^^
TUB TJK ANP TIJK tVOICKMA.V
aro the l\vo e^iiontials »o,n siitiriaclory
job. [f the Ijuiu goo(j and Ihu Wori-
man competent llns roof Villi h-- >■•"-;
ns ad ru in." The best grail1, of ro-"i :
tin is used by in?. The 'work n.'\
stays iloue. Hayc you got a job n
want us to ilgure on?
PATMORE BROS.
CRANBKOQ^, B'C
Cranbrook,
■   IN FURNITURE FOR
PARLOR, BEDROOM,
. DINING BOOM, '     - TOPN,   •
It sijch-low prices it \yill pay yoq to coipe mid soo fqr yourself.
MacQonnell Furnifuh
(FUNERAI,   DIRECTORSO
British Columbia.
y - ^Like the Old Fruit E§irg:"
ELEVENTH   ANNUAL
, •        • *      • ' e.    .  1 fi      >     •  ,
3 n
POKAN
'DC
tv *,   „    Z
9
i
SBS-^
Wi'h'Large pisplaye in all .Depurtmenta.b
■   $2,000 Offered for Fruit, apd 'JbVuit Exhibila.
y        More tbnn .j!30,000 iri Priimiuins itnd TnAoy '»
Five Of More inciting Hsicea Bach D-ty,    if|2-,O0Q in Pursei'.
|^1  DbvoyTown Qitrni.yal .|i3acli Night,
Fifth RegimetU British Artillery Band.
Froo High Clasa.'VatitleviHe Attractions llaily. ;>i ■
Fine Mineral Display, Dog Show. Art  ^.yhibil,   l'do.      v&
Rememher^-Low Hute-s nnd Special Excursions on  all   Raiho-ult).    M'
wwifWya. *tn*nw*m
Concession Privileges for Sale.
Write for Premium List,     j-
ROHT. II. COSGROy'E, Sccry. nnd Mgr
Besffj '-
m-^2z2^-A%
■^
■-.'-:, '--'■ .-'rV.CiVC'/y.,..'.,v.
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