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Array i -'  ���^. 1 <���  "    A  - < if  o  j��  /  ^ - O -  ^ ISLa im&#-jfe^?isi%S/ ;^��" , '^./  MOYIE, B. 0B, APRIL 1.1905.  $2 A YEAH  ��� Egga that wero soiling a week ago at $8:7!> P?r  ���' iase are now selling for, ?5.50, and aU'who do.  ����� '   their trading at the more that keeps m 'touch  '  ' with marlsot corfdifcions',.h��ve had the' advantage of tins price for Mio past week,      ,  ���    Don't be si raid .ol a shipwreck,' for should the  groceries bo'all washed /overboard, you  can  'llwavs  get-Beef^qufof the  Bullworks, and  Wine out of tho Porthole, and Chicken out of  the Hatchway, providing thero aro no- tfa^ks,  ' around, and'should you v/auf ?g&s tbedaptnm  '   ' mfty command, tbe^hipto lay too-and -divide#  thorn'up�� -���  '"   ';.       '   '   "l- " ��  L ..Royal Household Flour," the fcttAx tho ,?arket.,  I V    ".'��� "...u   '   '';  ; _'.. ,^  f  f  I1PPHD   3700. TOMS  " ��   i r  Concentrates Were Shipped  to' , German?, .BelgiiiinV ,"  'Trail and���',"Nelson  , j'      Smelters  LO^  uAL NEWS.  o'  lu�����  ?^^5'  *��^  --5a. r  II  ,'��� EreSoW'pe?;-,;,pi.dop,000 <*".,**��  '    �����  t��a�����;w    Present Bate or Interest'3 per'cent.  joTSS '��� ���=-.'���;:; v,v>c:MftiPAs,��  We ETocomDaend'You to" Buy'   , ,, ,  *   - - .   - J  '   ^BMATION^.GPAlif': 'A^/PO&E f  <    "���'    r, ���'-''';-':  -l -a-nti \-''. ?*t>*' ���.    .'':   ��- ���.,>;.���  i * r   ������ JUL* .*-*    i\    i.���       c      *.    * , ^ J ' 1 td  V ^VST? Elf eE^-;^ 'A ~,V\ V" ���'J  * 'The 'St. Eugene mine* .broke ah  rjrevious records for thu month of  March'. During the month 3700 tons  ohconcentratea were .milled and .shipped. This, is considerably 'over-3,00  tonsa-dayi'which is said ,to be- the  capacity of the'mill.' As it takes about  four ton's pf the ore as it comes frcn-a  the mine to make.a ton, of concentrates ic^ill be seen that, nearly i'5,000  tons were handled, Of the concentrate  made, 2300 tons were shipped to Germany, 800 to Belgium and the remaning 600 tons were'seni lo the .Nelson  and Trail" smelters.'.   .'   l -  tf  'Surveying Aurora Group.  "s'  -''���;C-'-V!"v. 1>  in-  Mc-  Try-A-rew-'Oang/of ��� ���       : ���  u  iomestea  YegetaMes, and Fruits^ at  1 I r  rpp^n'Tnr^i  ll  has  IE:  'mOW.FT, AMD SATIS^AOTORT  Aro the Characteristics of  U?3 "  ij^ii'  ^ueawo represent.   InsureMvith us and get the benefit or  the  lower rate wo offer and adequate protection.  '-'T. T. McVittie' and' Geo. Watson of'  Fort Steele are h,.re to' aurvoy the  Aurora group on tho west aids of' the  lake," preparatory to applying, for a  crown grant'for tho property.. There  are five claims in thec gioup and  $10,000 has been' expended on them in'  development.' ��� The mine ia l in excel-  lent"Bhapc.[or some^ company 'to take  hold of, as there is lfttle^dotibtr-hut^ it  could be made* to pay from the,* start.  It is likely "that something will be done  ������with it this spring or summer/'1 The  Aurora" ia owned by Thos. Rader. O. ,T.  Johnsod'and'Capt. T-B-Sahburh.' , ..  Dairv Changes Hands. ' ���  i  ,         ,  ^ This week a'deal was consummated  whereby Hugh Cameron purohaaed  the dairy business of Mr. and Mrs,  Dill- Mr. Cameron took possession  today. Mr. Cameron has added to the  stock and will'put forth every effort lo  increase 'the bu��iness. Pure', fresh  milk will be his motto. Wm Campbell -will manage tho business for Efr.  Oameron. _    c ,  Abont Rlieamatlflia.  Ther&aro few diseases that inflict  more torture than rheumatism nnd  there ia prob.ibly no disens? for which  such a varied and useless lot of  rente  This is All Fools day,  H. By era was in town yesterday.       '^  There ere several   capes of  chicken  pox in town. ,  '  See Foote's spring suitings and gents  furnishings.  it. Campbell was/attending court in  Cranbrook during" the week."  ' Willie    Whitehead   is   out   of  tlic  hospital.      ,  Frank McDevitt and ?oter E noch  returned froiu Cranbrook Suurlay,  i ' '  "Barney" Wilson, the violinist, has  returned from Fernie'.  F. W. Frith was in Cranbrook during tho wepk. ,  ', Jolfn D^ly, of the SI. Eugene   office  stair, was in Cranbrook Wednesday.  John McDonald, tho boatman, haB  returned from his trip to the Okanogan  country.  F, E. Stone, brother pf W. ���&. Stone,  is here from >Va)la Walla, Wash,; on'.a  viditi". '      ' ,.'  '  - ��� Ei Mac-kin of Victoria, ��� representing  'the Bennett Fuso'"compfiny, was,' in  town'the first of the week.  *E. H. Small',' mine,' ho3t of the  .Cosiuopoliuu hoteli^rahbrook was -in  Moyie (ior a few hours Wednea<hvy.v  .Fred Hazen.has beemlaid up with a  sore throat for some time past but ia  as;ain able lo  work,,  Mr. Harold 'Kelson will be seen in  hi? greatest character �� impersonation,  "Cardinal^ Eichelieu," ? at the, ��� opera  bouse Monday evening,' April 3rd. ���'  Mr., and Mr��.' Chas! Klingeusmith  will move to Cranbrook next week and  will tik'echargV'.of  tbe dining room  Witli its ever returning aouse cleaning  is, again at hand.  | Ladiei3, do not get discourageda Start in  | , with anew broom, bought from Mac-  Eachern & Macdonald, and if you  want anything in Wall Paper, Carpets, Paints, Linoleums or Mattings  come, and see our stock, We have  many lines that will make your house  look fine and dandy. 7 ,  -ARNOLD  &  JJ.&.  Bpi  3R00IC,  MOYIE.  *ntn^ wrcarrra* mwxmLSSKX***  i K>^.g,as^^a,K*1s����ccgywsiiaawTt-  ���  :s.   S-OS^'ES^^SC^IM"   hats.  and rooms'at, tho Coatnopohtan, hotel.  "' Arthur'Tran^left'Thursdaji for Ton-  apah'Nevada, Arthur has lived, in  South East c^botonay for "the -past  eight years and has made a hoat of  friends. , , /���' ,   ,  .The upper Sloyie lake is clear,of.ice,  and thaVon tli'e'lower, lake is" .rapidly  bieabing up'' an gping^ out. ��� It_ wil1  als^srclearnn^wp^or^hreadaya. ^ < -  u John Morrison, noistman af the- St.  Eugene,"'x"left'vthis   .morning  - for  *       <   c .   ... - ���   ���-  EosBland to accept^ similar -poeuion,  K. D. Stinson will succeed, him.' , %   ;  ���F. F, Eddy and family will leave  Movie next week for their' ranch hear  Cowley. E". ' N., MsoBeth has purchased the milk and 'express businriss  from Mr. Eddy and will continue it. ,��� ,  Jamte 'Crawford^ the'barber, has  moved in with A. L. Franklin arid  they will hereafter run the shop in  partnership. Mr. Gwynne will continue in business in his present location ,   ' '   .Portland Booming,"  Soo&ane-Kootenav Rvi'  i    t i J   ,    J  It is reported on good authority that  Messers, Breckenridge &, Lund have,  b'eon awarded'th'e contract oJ building  the ten miles pf railroad-between Yahk  aud the international boundary line,  and that the dirt will be flying within  a few weeks. The heaviest' work - on  the line is between'the boundary ^and^  Bonnerd Ferry.        ���'    , '    "  ' "Yahk station promises to be quite a  lively point, during construction.  Tom Caven, .Jack Swinertoh, Frank  Clapp.and F.'J.'McMahon are applying for licmor licenses," and "in all  probability there,will be one or t\yo  stores opened there., n'  Since it has developed that the new.  road, via Lhc C. 2?. E. and the Soo line,  will be 14 miles' ehorter to' St'. Paul  than the Great .Northern and 35 ��� miles  shorter,"than tliesSorthern Pacific, th'e  "        METAL - MARKET.  '   'nW'T'obk���Bar silver,"-56Jrcentf.  ���L&d;$4.20.    Zinc (spelter^$4.75.    ,Jt  London���Lead, ��121, 10a.   ���' ""  A'   ,    '    ' ~ ~ ^^     t   ' ( " '  " Atchison'Branching- Out.  -   .    "  f  '  W. J.'Atchibon   the  drugggst, ' has  lo'rmed     a' partnership   with ' E. E?  Beattie'    in  Cranbrook 'and  the two,  have purchased the  business of  J. G. '  Ternpletou, which was-formerly, owned    ,  by E. E". Beatlie.   They -take ' posses-    ,  .don  today, and Mr. Atchison 'is  in ���  Cranbrook for , that  purpose.   F- W.1,  Kelsall of Cranbrook will have cha rge  of the drugstore in Moyie  until   it is  disposed; of, it being   for  sale.     The  people ol'Movie'naturally  regret lpvf  iiiC^Mr.  Atchison.'   ,He   whb   'always <���  courteous and obliging  and  gave ms  business strict and   careful   attention."  He'and Mr': Be'att'ie will'make a strong  matter -   of, grados ' over" 'thpTEpckyd combination 'and' the   success of their  'mountains 'become ol vitaHmportan.be, j 'new venture is assiu-ed.  especially'in the'shipping o'f'freight.    '        " ' ^  Thos. Eader was up from   Morris9ey  Mines     this   week  ou  'business   in  connection with tho  Aurora  property  on the   west   side of  the   lake.      Mr.  dies    have  been  suggested,    1 o sa^ i B.ader has juf��t   returned   fron^ Fort  that it can be cured is, therefore, a  bold,statement to make, but Chamber.  Iain's Pain Balm which enjoys an extensive sale, ha,3 met with trrcat success  in the treavmi&fit of thi, diseiuv.. One  application of P.dn Balm will lelieve  the pum.wr^i tn:n.:i-.-h' -f uifforera  have u-slificd by permanent cures by  its use. Why hufrer.vheu Pain Balm  a fiords r-veli ouiclc ivli<-r -:rd cost: Vn  a tiMu     F.ic wlobj '."   �����.  Aichi-fn.;  land. Oregon, where he/5 says times  are exceptionally brisk on account uf  the preparations being made for the,  coming exposition. ,  "��� .Tho highest point on the Kortllern.  Pacific is'Home'Btake.' ?i6'ntan'a, 0100  feet abo-va the level of ths' sea'. For a  iong stretch throughout"ilontana the  road u above 5000 fett 5u altitude, and  at tho Mullim tunnd and the Ecieman  tunnel its'allitr.de U o500 teet. Its  nia-imum grade'is 2.2 per'cent, of  which there are several in its moan-  tain divisions  The highest point of the Groat  Northern is at summit, Montana, 6199  feet In'zh. Ihc grade in on the west  slope is 1.8 per cent, and on its east  slope is one per.cent.  The Crow's Nest p.i*< U -1-425 feet  high aud has a oue per cent grade.  r���Crcnlirooh Licence   District.  ' A special meeting of the Board of  Licenco Commiesioners, Cranbrook  Licence District, will be held at~the  Court House, Cranbrook, on 'Friday,  April 14; i005. at tho hour of ten  o'clock in the forenoon to consider' the  following applications :-  T. D. Caven .Royal Hotel..,.Yahl?  J. Swlnerton., .Yahk Hotol., , Yahk  F. E. Olapp,.. .Yahk Hotel.,,.Yahl?  F. J. MoMuhon Columbia Hotel Yahk  Hr U . McVittie Royal Hotel Hamilton  ,"j. H McMullin  Chief Liceuce Iespector.  bia'.  Wo carry tho boct rani^o of hats'in town.   See our  union  made "Pkidk oi? the West." They're boaut.ee.  Masses are Pleotifal,  gTHE    MEN'S."?? FUBNISHERS.  i   i n    ...      ��� in i  ' ���^^���--' ""j^.������  np^r^-^ ^ -v- rW'V'V- ^-^^^ ^^-r-/^-^- ^s:f  i  l��^  MNGS DEPARTMENT.  Deposits of $1.00 or upwards received. _  There is no  better  investment than a -Savings  Bank deposit; ,'.' ,  : .. '.,   ���'���  ������;-��� '-b'nee operied it grows whether added to or. -not.  interest: allowed at  current   rates, and   compounded twice a year* '    ''  PlNKHArVl, lyjanagep.  e��/  m  s-.-z.sSz-sCS' skr-&  But it is almost a (v.rK<;<iy  that they would bo more  common if e, er;' oi:-' wo rc  who should. You dud pcuplo  doing without them, just as  they poL-sihly '' '-'> r.huih is a  very v."iou.g Ihu  them to do, -:nk'cd   i:  Bouquet for Daly-  Cranbrook J b.rald:���John Ddy of  the bt. Eugene mine, was in town  jesloiiuiy ami today. Mr. bj-dy has  Hit. jvi.pv^rjucc oi a New York cnpilal-  lst or .. Ci/orado Hcn.itor. Tie -n a!  plci'J-ul ycnt^nuin ^d ono who will  ri'llect ,'i"i)-Jit -jpo'.^ 'my lawn that he-  may live in.  Gov. Appropriations,  Tug government at Victoria has  made the following appiopriations fo:  roads, street?, bridges, do., in the East  Kootenav lidiugs: Cra:jfar,Dok. ^5,-  000; Fende, $0,000 and Columbia, *7,-  000 �� "  G;:N;  . '. I r~  MOTES.  Meeting Next, Tuesday.  An effort is being made to revive  interebt and reorganize the Moyie  board of trade, For this purpose a  nice-tine will be held in the court  house nc.Kt Tuesday, evening, aud  ever man in town who owns a dollars  worth of property is requested to  bo present. A. new sot of officers will  ire- J-JCtol, and thero ia much other  important business to be transacted.  f ranbrook'a l';cai   lootnall  associi-  t,io:s. has bee  ;i"jr>  ii'C<1.  KU^lKi  ,.,. I >���*., !,'������'"  1  o.i", niaK  .kcs the casO  for  eycry  1c:  to  STOP AT THE  ?i'i3. C'had'.vick has buon  i,��nte:icjd  to Ion ycJ.13 .a.lho por.i.i-nt'i.-y.  ^V eddiuji   Todav,  :?.^"W.  Will na'i   3liRS   Annie  f!.   hotlf��f Movie, will  bo  mar-  They  COSMOPOLITAN  ign��amv*l">)*'n  deal with. If you. dc ir leader. ha\o the slightest cause  to believe that your eyes need  ���'������'��� the attention, of the optician,  - let lis adyise you iu the .matter.' .Let us advisp you as soon  us [possible  W, H.-WILSON,  Jeweler. CRANBROOK, B.  SO^EH^  WHEN IN  ��� ������'."CRAETBRO'.OK  T!io C. P. K- w^l   "U-u.l .^50,000   at  Lctiibridgo this yea.  in   making it   a (  divisional point. I  Under the new law in the btato oi j  Ws'hinstoii a continual oriuiinal mry j  lie i:ive-i v. 'do tentonco. It io .-.rgued j  thai ai.er .-jising ocvei.d teute. ees- r j  pen.lontjanes as now managed a man!  j��� r,it apt ��o rtlorm, and since this is  so tac idea i- to keep him where be,  cannot   prey upon the   public. j  TUiPumalio l'aiiiH Quickly Kollovcil. j  The txciuciating pains charactei-  istic of rheumatism and������ sciatica, are  ouickiv relieved by.applying Chamber-  .    . .,    "-o       l)nlr,-,       Tho     aro.fLt    11HI1  Mr.  Kijeri!  .  ried this evening in Cranbrook.  will make theiv lionie in Moyie.  CRSAM  liklni Paw  ifif  ���  IS, li-.'gS.U'Ani., Jl.nnaeor.3  Good rooms, good tables and bar,  :       and'first cla3S>impie roo-ne.  Iain's Pflm Balm. The great pain  relieving power of tho liniment has  been the surprise' and delight or thousands of sufferers. The quick relief  from pain which it affords is alone  worth -many, times its cost. 'For .sale  by W. J.' Atchison.    '' . ��� '  .ft:  IHEST W  STRENGTH  AND   PURITY  Improves the flavor and :kdds  to the heaithiliiness of the  ibod.  ce. Baking^ Powder Oo^  .  ��� ��� .���'''���'- - :i  C^  W-rfi *  v.,'\-:/V, v -L- ^'tA"-'/'-!  ,-',!��-vi'-'t*v. '    "���'��� si"-:���','"���*ia  Wit]?*  ^    S  "   I       ,*"  *^,r'��" "*   *^ -��r .a'    Jih     ���  ^;v::  .v-'��.^.vv;  **;', >  ^  ",  1  *~ L  tK-i ��' ^  "  -v.'    -  ' i v  ^" *  "l\J         >  t l  1 M  <��  kw*  ���*  -  J* '  \t  'j  f  ,'lf">S  t.  -v.  \.  -*r  T*'l  tt.V, ,  . j .  *       i  1;:  0-.  fi-'��l  ki|  '��!r*  (  ',  ^ /  1    ���,  ^  h,Jf  ,  V't  \  i  ^\  'ii' '  c  1     ,    >  '*���  .^'  1  I  ,, \ ->  .   U  V"*i  (  ^    T  '_  -1  "      .  "V  f-W >  ti  'A  ^H  vf-  tl  ������ 1  1 rVl  1  )*  t   .  )  ,  v^l  . ;:'rf'  '   ��  Sk  ^    "���  -s  ������i  iff*--  ,���  -   r  -,   T  rjJ  ij^-.tf! ���'  J-  <i  ��  X  1  v-  ^  *  L' i'.  Ai  v,  i  ii  / f  ',  k -,  *  si  .-f.' v��-.  ������^r-,,-S'..<*>f-'  ^fi&'r'��>  ���\  �����i.fi.iW*Je��-  '.���'����-,v��j..,'..^-. ..^jk L-WbA*'^  fhSf 57"    1 "'J-Jisji/iw^fAaiWfcpaw  sBEftMnsssss:  i^ggsTajjcjasSaassi^^  uafil.j>     nriiwfmf  <t      f>  -?   '  *  a  i$   '  o,    '  C5       ,  I  :Fabl  B. J  ID  , are'  3Su'j  A  Sur  the  not    ,  C  fro i  :  car^ , ',  it v  - ' gei     '  "\lan '  -  of 1  '     ]   '  /      -     <.  tlu  1    -mc   '  by  air  'bei '  '   ' stc  V mc,-  , els    '  i      so  BE MEANT EV^RY  WORD HE SAID.  i  <i    EX-REEVE'S  RHEUMATISM CURED  BY, DODD's, KIDNEYS-PILLS.  Was so Crippled that he Could Hardly  Get  Around   and   Could   Get   No  Relief  from   Doctors  or   Medicines,  Dresden,  Ont,   Mar.  13.���(Special)  ���"Dodd's  Kidney Pills  cured  me ol  Rheumatism   slick  and  clean."     Mr.  W.   G.. Cragg,   the   well-known   merchant and ex-reeve of this place was  the speaker and he evidently meant  every word he said. , ���     ���  "It'was the Inflammatory kind ol  Rhurnatism I had and it crippled me  up so that I could hardly get around  to do my work in my store. ' I had  the liest doctors and everything in  the line of medicines 1 could hear of,  but' nothing even gave me relief. ,  ' "Then I tried Dodd's Kidney, Pills  and six boxes cured me completely."  'Dodd's Kidney'Pills''cure Rheumatism by curing the Kidneys.*, Rheumatism is caused by Uric Acid in the  " blood. ' If theJ Kidneys are right they  will strain all the"-Uric Acid out of  the L ood and the Rheumatism -.will  go with it. ��  THE BABY^S-EARS.  "THE LAWS OF SICKNESS."  Explanation or th. Principle of In.urantx  and of Tn��lr Application to JTire, U����.   '  Marina and Accident Oflloo��.,  At the Canadian Institute on a recent Saturday night, the paper of tha  evening was by (Arthur Harvey. The  subject was "The' Laws of Sickness."  but it' was _ prefaced by an explana-  NEEDS OFATHE'HA3K.  The   Greatest   Are   Clennllnras,  Ten-  tllation^niid  Friction.  The first and greatest needs of the  hair are cleanliness, friction and ventilation. Give your halo a sun bath  once in awhile, and the-silky strands  will fairly laugh with happiness. For  some crazy reason there, are many indi-  and of' their application to fire;  marine," life and accident offices. Mr.  Harvey having framed the first i insurance law, of, the Dominion, and  , having had charge of important in-  ' Burance internets, was enabled to take  a Uroad view- of the. 'field, . and to  bring forward view- which .cannot  bo Ignored. (. ,..- .  All insurance was said; to depend  on the consistence ,of averages, apropos of which some curious instance.  - were given, j, .From' .this ^persistence  those who make a study of the ratio,  connected' with any -class of happenings, hoped to dorivo. a financial advantage; which was quite;, legitimate.  If there were no such means of estimating 'risks,;, insurance would be  more gambling, and not- the serious  work  it   is  for  the   actuary   and his  backers,!' ,   ' ���    '. a  Mr Harvey thought fire, insuiance  the most difficult of the,main branches' 6f insurance, on accounttof the  constant and .rapid changes in tho  circumstances Which causo, hazard, ,He  The Woman who Would  ^Idroeerwho wouldn't.  The  tion  of. the     principles   of   insurance I vi(3nals who will not wash their heads  UO "���    often enough to keep the hair decently  clean'. We are not water animals and  do not need'to soak our topknots every  day but it is a pretty plain fact that  once every week or two the hair should  be carefully washed. If there'is, an inclination'to dandruff or if, the hair is  subjected "to an unusual amount of  dust, a weekly shampoo is an absolute  necessity. ,   , '  , By using eggs instead of soap there is  no clanger whatever of causing the hair  to become harsh and brittle. Eggs are  , as cleansing as soap,, ,,and the sulphur  contained in "them acts as a .tonic to  tlic growth. When eggs are used the  water should lie very hot and the hair  rubbed vigorously so that the eggs  will make good live suds.   ,No soap is  recalled   the ��� changes ,, of, fuel     fr,om  0 i.  <?-*  re  It-  -lu  Si  ��� at '  cc  *, ' \  w  ''fil  m  "' fr '  .la -  *.  ii  .n  .si  d  c  t  rl  Thcr Really Kcnnlre Attention Pron.  the Moment  of BiHli.'  '   " * >  The ears are quite as important little  ,      members to be cared for as the eyes,  ��� and when they stand out from the head  they' are'  anything   but .ornamental.  From earliest infancy, bo careful to see  that.the ears'are always kept-hack in  'v'       place.   When the,child is lying-on Ins  '  '' .side be sure that the, car is lying flat  '  ? '   jt-Wunst the head,  not folded over.to-  "   '.    ward .the  face. , ,'Be careful   that  the  '    '    child lies on one side as much as on'.the  , ,    "   other. Tf he lies always on one aide'the  '   '    ear'on the opposite side is apt to, stand  >V ,   out n little more than the one on which'  he lies   Nurses when putting children's  c        caps on are often, careless; in not seeing  ' "that "the ears-are pressed flat against  <'    the head.', Time, and again when aba-.  ,by's cap has been removed have-I seen  '        the little ears red and creased by being  ' '������   ,   bound forward by the snug cap, and if  ,      baby has'thick hair or curls which are  '    gatlie'red in' a little mass  behind the  '"      ear they,   too,   will   prevent  the  ears  ��� from lving back close to the head,' espe-,  ' ciallv whereUhere is the slightest teud-  ���enoy   of the ears  to' stand, out.   The  .      mother or nurse shoukVlbe very careful  '     -     of these -little things, fcw if neglected  -, ',-until the child is a few months old it is  .   ''-not.easy then to'commence to remedy  ' "   'this defect.   It must,be looked after  '     " while the child is very young.���Marian-'  '   *,   na' Wheeler in Harper's Bazar. .<<  '' ' * ' ��� ; <* i      n,    '  *      -/        CULINARY CONpEITS." ? '  ���Granulated.sugnr makes a bettor meringue' than powdered sugar.;  Save rice water when you have boiled rice for curry.'as it makes a very  good foundation for stock or sauce.  In cooking tough, fowls or meat one  'tablespoouful of vinegar iu the water  will save nearly two hours' boiling.  -  One cook always puts a crust of  bread into the water in which greens  are boiled. She says that the bread absorbs an objectionable rankness of  flavor.  Nearly everything made with baking  powder may be raised equally we 1  with sour milk, buttermilk or soda, allowing one even tcaspoouful of soda to  each pint of milk.  , Beefsteak is'often improved by rubbing two teaspoonfuls of,salad oil over  il then leaving it so for several hours  . between two plates. This is .said to  soften the meat fiber.  RICH WARM BLOOD  Absolutely      Necessary      to ���    Health,  Strength     and     Comfort���Good  ' Blood    Banishes    Disease.  People with rich, red blood do not  feeel the cold of winter. When your  teet are cold, your fingers numb and  your face blue and pinched it is a  ceitain sign that your blood is thin  and your circulation weak Your  blood needs building up with Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. They make new  blood; they stimulate the circulation. The new blood they make races  through your veins to , every Partot  from finger tips to toes,  happy   and  /1 (  5    v,  >fc  V*  your  body  and   makes    you   warm,  healthy.     Mr.   Alphonse   Lacoussiero,  sul,  Que.,  says:   "About a year  a so  my  blood  became   impoverished  and I was badly run down.    My hands  and   feet   were   always   cold   and    1  could  not   stand   tho least   exertion.  MY   trouble   was   further   aggravated  bv pains in my kidneys and bladdei,  and often I could not go about w th-  out   aid.      I   consulted    doctors,    but  thev  did not help  me, and I was  al-  S fn diapalr when I was advised to  use  Dr.  Williams'   Pink  Pills.    I  got  siV boxes  and  before  they were  all  gone I knew I had found a medicine  to cure me.   I took the puTs.for about  a month" longer, and  every symptom  of my trouble was gone, and I have  ���since enjoyed the best ofhealth.        _  Di;   Williams'-,Pink Puis cure after  doctors  and common  medicines have  tailed   because,   they   actually   make  new rich blood, and so strengthen all  the organs  and brace, up the nerves.  This-is the way they cure indigestion,  kidney and liver troubles, rheumatism  nervousness, neuralgia,  palpitation ol  the heart, St. Vitus' dance, partial par-  alvsis and the secret|| ailments that fill  the   lives   of   so   many   women   with  misery.   Do not take any pills without  the   full   name,   Dr.  Williams'    Pink  Pills for Pale People," on the wrapper  around each box.   Sold by all medicine  dealers or sent by mail at 50 cents a  box or six boxes for $2.50 by writing  the Dr. Williams' Medicine Co.> Brock-  ville, Ont.  wood to  coal,  and' of lighting,   from  candles,to burning fluid and kerosene;  electric lighting, once cl wined to pre-  vent all danger from artificial- illumi--  nation,  had  proved-to'be���a frequent  cause of loss.   Ele.va.tors were the occasion for new anxietice to insurance  people.      The  .filling,  up  of'  vacant  spaces Jn, towns     and  cities, ..due -to  their, increase    in population;,, tended  to the-  sproad   of - fires, 'and   the enlargement'    of .business, - vwhich*Jiow=  made   into   a   large   store   what , were  really    several , tenancies   .under one  roof,  had to  be paid for  in the ��� in-  ' creased   risk -or   ��� cost. oi; "insurance  While the gradual,rise in the rate oi  fire   ' premiums for < some years -past  was,  perhaps,    'due   to combinations  Wong companies, he was inclined to  think' there had ,bccn a real  increase  'of hazard in the .business* quarters of���  rising towns  and cities,   with    which  protective  systems  had   hardly  kept  pace.'~ ' .      ���   ''���- "', ���     ���   .      '  He   thought,   however,   that   if   the  ' companies    would ' combine   to keep  down     thoir     expense     account,    the  premiums which had prevailed would  be found sufficient to-allow of a fair  profit.   These premiums now amount-'  ed in Canada to'twelve-million   dollars    a  year,   and     the  increase  was  fairly  constant, -but  the  losses'.we^o  irregular,   and     hadv,varied   from .30  per cent, of' the'premiums-in' 1902 to  225  per  cent,  in 1897,   and  this  inequality    proved .the ' necessity, ��� i, for  large   capitals   and "reserves,   for    the  Canadian, field,  was'.evidently,,   not  largo  enough  to ".'establish  an',averr  t * I * ' I ~     ��,  affo.       v   ^      ^       A -      v(   ���        *  . Canadian capital oughV'not ,tp at^  tempt to monopolize Canadian fire  Cf business, -and" no steps should be  token which would discourage .foreign  companies employing their capital  h.re. Tha official ' figures , plainly  showed that there had been little, if  any, profit made by fire insurance  'companies in Canada.  This lod" to a brief discussion of  raunicipal"insurance, to which, on the  whole,  Mr.   Harvey was  opposed.  As   to   life   insurance,   tho   author's  views  were    adverso     to. Government  .inspectorates     and  superintendoncies.  He    could     not   see    why     insurance'  should    bo  treated     differently    from  other    kinds  of    savings     companies,  where    obligations    covered   in> many  cases  quite 'as  long  a  period as    insurance  policies.    Moreover,   the superintendence was  a false reliance; tho  guarantee  was  the caro  of the directors'and, managers, in making   sound  investments. ' . .  There  was here a digression, to answer  tho  question,   "Is  life insurance  a good investment?"   Examples were  ' gfven to show the merchantable valurj  of long-standing  life policies,  and  to  contlast thtrowith tha sums   that the  premiums   would    have , amounted   to  by careful  investment at fair current  rates.    Of  course,   the  companies  had  realized tho latter sums,  often several timos the face of the policies,  and  many  times their selling values.  Mr.  -Harvoy    knew       that   'many     people  grumbled at this, but it was the fortune   of'life,   and  they  should  reflect  their contributions had relieved many  an anxious heart and benefited many  a widow  and bereaved  family.  There  was  a remedy,     to  be satisfied   with  less protection and to take the benefit in tho shape of an endowment.  This naturally  led  to "the consideration  of tho  sick and  funeral benefit  ���provided  by  fraternal  societies.      As  an  actuary,   Mr.   Harvoy  had several  times  "been  called     in  to  value   tho  liabilities   of  such  societios,  for comparison with thoir assets, nnd he had  not     found    one  which  charged     fees  enough   to   be   really   solvent.        Tho  laws of sickness wero here expounded,  and   shown   to  be  even   less  variable  than  the   laws    of  mortality.  ,     Tho  deficiencies in the ordinary rates wore  pointed   out and  a tarifl  given which  it was   thought   would   sullice,   under  honest      management     and    without  being,  hampered , by   Government-, red  tape. .     '-  The   paper   concluded    with   an   exposition    of  the  German  system      of  wage-earners'   insurance;   which     Mr.  .Harvey  did  not  think  would be , acceptable   to  our   people,' or  even  financially   profert��ble    to   our.   existing  methods.    Some  form of   support    in  sickness and of relief in old age would  soon develop  here,  ns.it  was needed,  and  the  best     method   for  attaining  the object was worthy of due consideration.      It  was,   of course,   a financial,   question     .mainly,   but     it   was  more���it was one for the true philanthropist  and   patriot to  think about,  and from it a man. or set of men who  devoted  patient  thought,   might  well  reap the reward of a noble duty well  performed.     That     reward     was  not  measured by  dollars,  but by the ��� esteem and thankfulness  of contempor-  axy and future generations.  necessary.1    ',  ' ^Vhen- the hair, persistently suffers  from loss of vitality it is usually from  one or more of the following causes:  TJncloanliness, lack of care, anxiety,  worry, late hours,, ovcrstudy. want of  exercise or disease. Dyspepsia is responsible for/many thinned, out halos.  The hiiir, being." the most delicate otr  ��.-.i,��,i��'aifnmiotinn. .is the  first  to  tho-body's'formation, is /the  sttow that .the body'is-.not receiving  suinvcicnt\nourishmcul.': The, use of  Harmful restoratives or dyes will frequently cause the hair 'to become graj  and broken. One cannot be too catcfu.  what ono rubs into one's,thought dome.  ��� "'���"���'  Every day from-five to fifteen letters' are received by  The Orilvie Flour -Mills Co. from -women .hying m tlie  ' smaller to^ns. throughout Canada, saying they have ask?L  their grocer for Royal Household Flour but cant get it  ' One ��hes-!'I told my ��� grocer-Mr:--, that- I would buy  'Royal-Household'.regularly if 'he would always keep., it  on hand,- but he said he wouldn't; take on another brand of  Wuntil'he was obliged'^" ' Another says^-" My grocer  ��� is an 'old .fogie' and' never- >ts 'the newest or the best  things'until the .-year, after." A-third says-''We-haven t,  an enterprising grocer in qur'.'to'wn and. are obliged to send  . to------for 'Royal-Household' or take a poorer flour.    .  Write direca to"Og'ilvie's.:      ,  f  Noble   Pnrpo.cs.     ,   ��� ,., ,  -, "My'dear young man,"' said, her father "I'like you immensely, and so do  all t'he^family,-including,.of course, my  daughter, whom you'wish to'marry.  ButVdo.not feel that*I will-be treat-  in- you properly if I give'my consent.  'She'is,an'extravagant girl..  Why; her  "dresses and hats for last summer,alone  'cost' more' than ,ybur, income for  the  past   three   years.'f.I   don't-.think   I  'would be'doing-my'duty, to a fellow  man if I permitted':���  ' > J.  "But':-interruptedvthe high browed  youth" i"I1 am' just beginning my career  a* a reformer,-and it is my purpose'to  inaugurate'a crusade against woman s  extravagance^ dress.; Marrying your  daughter will.simply be a golden opportunity for me.V -  ' ,  ."Take her, my boy, but keep this reform plan quiet. ' Simply try it with  her , Then if it succeeds let me know,  'aid I will,put it into effect with the  rest of the family. Thus we can slowly, spread the good,work and-the glad  news."���Chicago Tribune.     -  ^ ���  . v!"   'The  Br,e'a��l  Slicer.   '      ���   ���  ' A" kitchen convenience of merit is a  bread slicer which cuts bread malices  of any' desired'^hinness. This, consists  of a'Wodeh:,frame exactly the size of  an'ordinary loaf.    It- is, adjustable to  '  :- .   If vbu can't ge'ti'.RbyaVH6usehold'''from,your.grocer,'.  '."���'��� 'write-to us -direct-we;will--,imm-ediately givs ..you the ^name  of the nearest-grocer who, keeps,!'Royal Household"^,and%  .   L'd you'al'so the,"RoydHousehold" recipes...   There 1S no  -    good reason .why; your .grocerr should';cbmpel  you; to.. ��  I  -���liferior -flour--horfirst a^gtpc^,^^tatt to^��--  !'."-��' Royal- Household '^fbr';^ .and,-, even -the-Wlest. dealer  '.. willget it if you insist.upon it... ...-.      .   .   .-.. .   ,, ....    ���  TftE OQILVIE FLOUIt MILLS Cp., UB11TED,>0WTREAL.  -Hr  ^  FMIT GROWING IN  , "'���.MiNITOBA;-';.:.'  Not many years ago it was the general belief that cultivated fruits could  \-_ ���-=���,������ in thA nrairie region or  be  not'be grown in the prairie region of  Western, Canada. ^While it ^as  loved .that there'" was.a greaf-future  for the country in the production of  cer'eSs ,St g&wing.wis looked upon  as impossible7'For cereal crops West-  o- nmCaCnada has . already' ajhtejed^  record'unsurpassed-anywhere in the  wbTd while even in.fruit growing we  Fe .gradually passing the ��PBnme ^  ni%taee - A xfew enthusiastic horti-  cultuSs refused, 'to, acoejg t^geu-  Wal. verdict-tiiat fruit .could  not  be  fit . curved or a -^��� fo-J. -J* ��J   S^i^ario^frui&.tand>to their  ie'ties ��� of, gooseberries l are   grown,, a  few of ������which'>hav,e also produced enor-  mous'.cTops of fruit',  without.protection. .Bushes requiring protecton can  easily %e covered withr brush, -which  gatlers' the snow 'and affords an^excellent cover.    Splendid results, have  aSo been attained with "Wp��So  The results of experiments with these  fruits  would  lead' to  the  conclusion  ��� iiat%ii proper'methods our ftxmeg  should be able to ^ supply themselves  'X an abundance of all these-health  ful .fruits,' including  currants,  goose-  berrJeJ rkspberries'and .strawberries  Blackberries Have also been g������*^.  the  same  nurseries,--Mr.  Buchanan  exhibited some very line samples of  blackberries,last season, including one  sample, about as,.-large,  as. ,a   ������  thumb,' -These-'.berries -however, are  generally.regarded/as too tender foi,  general cultivation here.,, -   i   ,  S'In tree fruits, some very fair cherries  have been' produced.   The sand cherry  Flowers of Trees,".by Craig S.,Thorns!  .''The Largest Musical Club ,of Anieri-I  can Women," by I^ida Rose McCabeJ  "The Art of Pyro-Sculpture," by JessieT  'Garwood- Fitts, i Concerning Cats audi  Erasmus," V Agnes C. Ruggen, ana  ���ixne.sBluo x-igeon," a short story b>|  iWnwood Waitt. Mrs. Gabrielle Jaekf  son contributes an'Easter tale^ Ourf  Hearts Be Pure from Evil." Bertha)  Hashbrook, ' .in "The , Interest o*  Beauty," describes'a gymnasium whlcM  niay be bought^for a'dollar. A -picturd  story of "Dorothy .and- the Eastej  Chickens"*.will',please, the-tots, aij  the' fancy-worker.,will Jind lace-wJ  embroidery,' ribbon-work, and croi&J  to test her skill. - it  ' ���  : ;. BABY'S'OWN TABLETS.^  \'  here. '.They"began-experiment-  i mcr with various ^fruits,,, and'to tnen   na,Ye oeeu-jimuuv^.    --- - . ���,. !>.���  sides   are   cut 'in   siu���-   varying,   m��^th va ^ ^nowledge that^many   is' regarded by,Mr,'Buchanan as the  widths    The bread,1s slipped into the   eitollb - -�������*��������� ml...... ,-��-- -��r  frame, and the bread knife cuts through  the space desired.    A bacon slicer on  the .same principle is offered.  fruits8 can "belrown "to. advantage in  inostVomisihg sort, for this country  iiuits can,De_b     ,    _._,��� ,,, ,���l��> tlltkStfs ca;1.eful propagation it is believed  that improved vareties willbe.secured  this country,. Great credit ^,due these  men who spent their time and money  men, wno,   ^ ^ experimental work.-  accomplished much in the  in carrying on this experimental work;  'hey havf accomplished much in the  interest of the people or Western Can-  Western Assurance Company.-'  " That  staunch  Canadian   institution  the Western Assurance Company, has  emerged from one of tne most trying  yelrsSn the annals of fire insurance  wiui undiminished prestige.   This le  suit is due largely to the : act that the  shareholders  exhibited their faith m  the company,by agreeing,to w,iite ott  one-half of the capital stock andl plac  ine a furiner. ?500,000 at the disposal  of the directors in order that the losses  Scuired in the Baltimore and Toronto  conflagrations might be met without  disturbing  the  reserve  funds   of  the  company.      The    fifty-fourth    annua  meeting of   the   shareholders   of  the  company was  held yesterday,  and a  co?y of the  financial statement will  be found  in  another column  of this  Issue0   The Hon. Geo. A Cox thepresident, in moving the, adoption of ��ie  directors' report, referred to the satis  factory growth in the business p! the  company during the year and to tne  enZrraging fact that the'operations  of the last eight months showed a pi o-  lit that  had   materially   reduced   the  loss  incurred   through   the  conflagrations in the earlier part of the >ear.  The  Board   of Directors  was   unanimously re-elected, and at a subsequent  meeting re-elected Hon.  Geo. A.  cox  as President and Mr. J. J. Kenny Vice-  President and Managing director.  Ship Made of Paper.  Compressing 300,000 newspapers by  hydraulic machinery, an American inventor has constructed a yacht o: the  material   thus  obtained,   complete   m  cnSy  letail, and no less than sixteen  feet in length.   Everything about the  little vessel is of paper���not only hei  hull? but the masts and even^the saris,  'l ac Paris Auto vouches for the fact  that the yacht is not a mere toy, but  ti real vessel capable of tulflllmg all  the requirements of any ship of similar size.  ���mmm  ada,   for  thanks.  deserve  hearty  SIABETE5  which  they  < i  Among the.pioneers of horticulture}  in the Wset we may mention .the name  o   tne late W. B-. Hall, of Headmgly,  Ma*   who achieved considerable success in growing small fruits and crab  annles.    Another'name that deserves  to be held n lasting  esteem  by  the  People ,'of Manitoba for the work accomplished in this line, �� that of the  late   Thos.   Frankland,   of.  Stonewall.  Besides  small 'fruits   Mr. 'fanWand  succeeded in growing several varieties  of  apples,, plums  and 'crabs,  and he  also produced a few  cherries, of the  Morello  class.    "His   crowning  effort  was the production of a few pears-  Uie only fruit of this class over grown  fn   Manitoba.     The   pear   tree   which  produced' ths fruit passed oi t of ox  stence the same winter tl at thisi tue  less   horticulturist   ceased his  labors  and  passed  to  his  long  home     Another  man   who  has   been  very   successful in  fruit-growing in  Manitoba  is A   P. Stevenson,'of Nelson:    That  gentieman has  done much in demon-  ^tvitinc that the standard apples can,  InSSlh? right conditions, be grown  here.    Since the establshment_ of the  Dominion    government    experimental  farms  at Brandon  and Indian Head  much valuable work has been done b>  these institutions, not only in testing  varieties ol fruit, but also in learning  be  iS methods  of  cultivating and  nrotectine them.    Our  grain  faimers  S���y    earned   that   the   methods of  cultrvation practiced in Eastern  Can^  ada would not do for the West.   This  �� also true of fruits.   When our people learn tho best methods of cutoat  ne fruit crops, tho cause of much of  t,,c lack of success in tho past will be  apparent. . ���.~-,.i-1  Most   extensive   experimental woik  in fruit growing has for some years  boon  coins on  at Buchanan's  nuisei-  cTVt   Charles,   Man.     Here  experiments  on  a large   scale   have   been  Sn^a^notInly to ***%***$  varieties of fruits adapted,to,growing  n  Manrtoba and ^Territories,, but  ���also-''to learn the methods of cult va,  tion and  growing best suited to this  country.    Plants and trees have been  tested, not of a few individual specimens, but by the thousand, and a great  deal of valuable information has been  accumulated.    In currants/^ yhich are  one of the hardiest kinds of fruit, over  25 Varieties have been grown successfully   including red,  white  and black  varieties.   In raspberries, the number  of varieties tested is even'much larger,  and includes red, yellow, black and purple varetfi'es.     A   few   varieties   have  fruited well for several years without  any winter protection. I It is an easy,  matter,  however,  to   bend   raspberry-,  canes to the ground and cover them  during winter.   Twenty or more var-  wxucli wall be well worthy of exten  sive planting. 'Many varieties of the  Americans and .other species of plums  have' been tested.   " The  ^^           ouly I)lums  whicliUnave proved hardy (except, of  course, our native wild plums, P^nus  Nigra) are��some.of those belonging  to tlie American species. Many varieties of this species, however, do not  ripen here' before the frost comes.  Extensive planting has been done with  apples, .-including all the hardy Rus-  oion' ���Vi  Minnesota varieties,  and a  A Pleasant'Medicine Which all CHI'  v1 dren Will-Take Readily. .  You 'do '* riot " have to coax w  threaten . to get ^ llUle ^ ones  take Baby's' Own Tablets. Tne ease  with which they 'are given as com;  oared, "with liquid, medicines will ap  nfil toevery mother. None is spi 1-  ^wa^ you kne^W: Joj^J  o. riose has reached the I tue sw��u  ach As a remedy for all the ills ot  babyhood and childhoodJ"-^  derangements   of   the  stomach  sian' and Minnesota  number of the trees are promising.  Quite a number of the large crabs ol  hybrid apples have reached the Hinting stage. Somewhat extensive experiments have also been carried on  in testing ornamental , trees and  shrubs. Mr. Buchanan, has recentlj  issued a catalogue which gives a'list  ot tbe various, apples, crabs, plums,  small fruits and ornamental tiees_ and  shrubs which have proved haydy-here.  This list will be sent to anyone who  will ask for it. .      , ,  bowels  Baby's  Own .Tablets have  equal.     Mrs.  E.   A.   Jf^^ taWets|  S^S&tX'^^-;.:?  1111- -  uox  hv  addressing   ----  u ~     Brockville, Ont.  Medicine Co.,  Western  i cciies c  mj  their  an  d't  The cover of The Designer for April  shows a pretty girl holding converse  with a pert Easter rabbit. three  handsome full pages in color are given  and the lashions and mlllineryea��� 'J1  perfect accord with the spring season.  A special article is, on seashoie.cos  ia,   fumes  tor  ladies    and    young folks.  by "The Millinery Lesson" tells how to  'make -e new and picturesque Bn-  ve*o\>e  Hat."      In     the.literary  MESbttS. C. C: RICHARDS & OXI  " Gentlemen,-���Theodore Dorais, J  customer 'of mine, was comple*!  cured of rheumatism after fne )��l  of suffering, by the judicious use��  M1NARD-S LINIMENT. I  The above facts can be venfedM  writing to him, to the Parish PnesJ  or any of his neighbors.  - .  A.  COTE, Merchant  St   Isadorc, 'Que., 12th May, 'OS.  -The Viceroy of the two Kwaw: prov  nces in China, where there is. aw��-  inces  a rebellion in progress  has a ninabej  thero is an appropriate article on  line  The  of rebels on his hands, who are to  shipped to South Africa to worn" m  mines of the Rand.  Washing la hard work imdef any clrcu,m-  st^ncesf why should you m^ke ft harder  by using poor soap?   ,  cuts the work in haJf. It does Its part of  the work itself, you don't have to scrub or  boil the clothes. The Sunlight way is the  eaisy w&y as well a^s the best and -.leevST  injurious to clothes etrtd ha.nds.  in?  Lever Brothers Limited  '   Toronto: gift, the mayoralty.
The respect in which he is held by
his fellow newspaper men is attested
bv   the   fact   that  he   was last yaar
chosen as the President of the Western   Canada   Press   Association, ^nd
chairman of'the Executive CommV   >
Mr   Osborne married in 1885, Wss
Hadskis, daughter of Winnipeg's City
Collector.    He has been an extensive
traveller over parts of Canada little
t-v        -u    *   known.    He has been twice to James
c .:,,.; of Articles .DeSCriD-   4   Bay   and has crossed   Hudson   Bay,
'K "   !i »ir lives,  their Amis     \ j penetrating to the Arctic Circle in 1899
ing", ,i_^ T«fliience.    '       Hand   1900, "and   marching   200   miles
Western Canadian Editors
'and their Influence
Warns You
With Stomach Distress,Difficult Breathing, Weak Voice, Hacking Cough,
Chilly Sensations and Startling
Weakness, and such Symptoms
Demand Treatment with
and   1900, "and   marching   200   miles
across the northern tundras of Canada.   '
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"The cotton factories of Lancashire;
England," 3ays Edward Irving, "at
present spin about 155,000,000 miles of
thread a day, so that in six seconds
thev make enough to go around the
earth. In one month they spin enough
to reach from here to the moon.' The
product of eighteen days would reach
from the sun to Neptune. Counting
BIO working days in a year, it would
lake them, at this rate, 500 years to
spin enough thread to reach the nearest star."
Don't be Deceived. ItisNeY^SoldrflBulk:
' Neglect a cough and contract^
"~-        consumption.
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Cure ,fficL"ns , .
cnres consumption, bat don't
leave.it too.long. Try Jt now.
Your money * back it it doesn t
benefit you. _.
S., C. Wet.i.3 & Co. Wl
LeRoy,N. Y., .Toronto, Can.
25c 50c. 51
Pneumonia is brought on by over-exposure to cold or damp. This weakens
he body. At this time of he year the
airis full of pncumnoia germs, and as
soon as your body is weakened they attack you.      '
It is' best to prevent pneumonia, and
this' can be "done by wearing warm
clothing, eating nourishing food, and
not doing anything which might lead
to catching cold.
If you have exposed yourself, take,
a' few drop's of "Psychine." This
will" strengthen you and prevent ■> the
,cold from developing. <
, The symptoms of pneumonia are
a general feeling of dullness aud
■langpur,1 quick, short breathing, short
hacMng cough,' 6'ppression ; in the
chest, a chilly son'sation, and- a cold
     ' _        1 _        ii 4-..«-«. Uinn TVlOtJO        *1 T f.
Mrs. filubbe—Man is entitled to life,
libertv and the pursuit of happiness.
Clubee— Yes—or he can get married.
/        LUCAS  COUNTY- . »
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho is senior
nariner in the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doiuK
business iu the City of Toledo. Oliio.qmnly aud
State aforesaid, and that smrl firm will pay the
sum of ONE KUNDRED DOLLARS for each
and evory case of Catarrh that cauuot be curco.
by the u,e of Hall's Cater* Cun..^^"     ■
Sworn before me and subscribed in my pres-'
ence, this 6th day of December, A. D-, ««>..
( "eail A'. W. GLEASON. Notary Public,
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally, and
actsdiioctly on tho blood and nucous surfacos
of the system. _ ^&Y^0^TolX Q , .,
SSold by all Druggists1.13 cents.
Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation.
CEYLON TEA is sold ohly in Lead Packets in Black,1
Mixed or  Natural Green.
By  all   Grocers.    Try  a  Ten Cent sample packet. ,'     "I
After'Many, Years
Portable Engines for Threshing
and Stationary for Chopping and
Wood Sawing in stock at all times
Can Ship at a day's notice.
- Write us for Prices and Catalogue.
Barridge-Cooper Co., Ltd., Winnipeg, Man
,   ,„     ,   ,     Henry Avenue, East.
Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.
•\ ~~ sn     ■ i ,
tK Photographer's Trick.
Mexican photographers have hit up-
i(on a way to make their subjects "look
pleasant."    After peering 'through the
apparatus and emerging  from  under
the black cloth, the photographer says,
H7'By the way,' would you like a drink?"
— Well,  I  don't mind,    says the man,
with "a pleased smile^ j'What have. U0I1) „ Wru.e ur-cau u.. aj"vu.u, ^..~
1 you got?", ,,„"Beer,rwhiskey and wine,"' ited, 179 King street west, Toronto,
1 says the, photographer, and then,-he-   ~---->- -
I   -_     _   .^.'      ' „..„  o,„rc  wViir>Vl  hn'll  hflVfi
small fruits, , ornamental tree-* and shrubs,
perrmal flower plants, etc., sent freo on appli
cation.    Address '   u    ' "
and    Propr
a  pleased  smile;:    j'What have
<rl you got?", ',,"Beer,r whiskey and wine,'
,1 says the, photographer, and then.-he-
"  >. !, fore the man can says which he'll have
SBORNE.  .     ,     „     , the camera does its duty.    The "ex-
rietor   of'the 'Fort; pressioa» of his photograph is always
'  -rimeB    <--'* "   ''     i lifelike.'.' '   '    ■   ■
is Times. .x   „    1 __, !_— ;	
nacKing    cougn,    oiiyiessnuu , m    *•"=,-   ,,., ~ ■ .
Chest,  a chilly  son'sation,  and-a  cold-  of experience, we have preparod   alist or   the
nes's 'in the  extremities.    These .are | *£&*£?% A™? ti& a^^rX
followed    by    chills    or  'rigors—the    1«—».-i.»t= *t~   «.nnt free on anim
cough becomes worse, and high fever (
sets in. *     ,ai   j
There is no a druggist in the city ;
who would not advise "you to use {
"Psychine" for coughs, colds and, all ,
pulmonary   and  'bronchial , troubles. ,
For sale by all druggists at $1 per ;
.bottle.    For. further acjiyice,  information,-write or1 call'Dr. Slocum/ Lim
■   ' *       " t~ o -RowmanviHe boy,
■ ' Mr. Osborne ^ f Boj m      ^ wM h
at the public .^Vnfs edition., When
town he r^cewea ^ ^ai utile less
little more than a boy, ^. April
than t^enty-tHtee ycara as fr ^
- 1853,—tie came West. . «"        r -four
. Winnipeg,  after soma £X£-UW>
months at- variou,s occup
fn true Westerners, ho dia r     tl.
>* f°r ^1°} ^ tinted the 'first
for which -no ^ - fe8t
tude or tralninsr but^accop   feomet]ling
A Liniment-, for" the Logger.—Loggers lead a life .which exposes' them
to many perils.' , Wounds, .cuts and
bruises cannot be altogether avoided
in preparing' timber for the drive and
In"-!river' work, where wet and cold
'combined are. of daily experience,
'coughs and colds and, muscular pains-
cannot but ensue, ;Dr. Thomas; Electric .Oil; when-.applied to, Uninjured
or administered' to the ailing, works
wonders. ' w-.
Canada.  ,
Mina.-d's Liniment for sale everywhere
tude or ^V'Tned up, until something     < Teacher—1 am sorry to say, Johnny,
thing that ^Zv.-he entered the em- hands do not,iook very clean
better came alonB h   stayed for   Johnny__My mother says folks, don t
Plo>- of *iC1Evtn 188B- got into,,his  ^cJsnch lhings;/if they  do    hey
don't speak- of 'em.—Detroit Tribune.
, Dr. A"nevv7s cure for the Heart1
actT directly    and   quickly,    stimulates   th.
naU!-ralSClefite° ed the employ of^the
work.    He ei under    tne
AVianipeg   fimes^ as,
p charge olM^^following year found
•' porter.   But tno ^•      ,    <=»     , tfa    city
,'U back in.^etl^cV3assstanttax
, 0{ Winnipeg, this tmio as «ens.b.lity
collector, a P°SIU°^      ri years he re-
?- ^'TflSis%6?t  a?quirlng during
\ .malMil at this post  '^\     vledge ot
' -^taierva   ^c°h^rfgsS municipal
aU U tatricale bearmgs 01 Uy
SS« »"«K .taffy^hifwhl-ch" cfrierthe
neaxt-sickTpatient into tho .h%von of radiant
aiid perfect health. .Gives relief in,most acute
forms of heart disease in 30 minutes.—11
f^lSf   kaowleclge^subsequently   f^p - °Hey' (Biddeilyu.flopplns)-
'•5S3liivaul?le8bo&i in Ws news-, Wis. ^ £ ^ ^     Ue lower
• Vi"!    Md hts public' hie.    « - _,  £__ on^o£ them.   He 'got. her.
. ofceameinvam^u--^--
; Vrwork and his public ^        d
'  .'T.1S9C journalism again bee^on
'• 3fr. (Jsb6rne;- and he set g.on tw
1 \ somewhat   taportant-veutares^yuD
[-', lining the Manitoba mag^e and tne
• \,estern Workman,,the oniciai "\b
•i   So A-O.U.W.   The r^st named  for
reasons that were attributable to con
ditions other than those that^could be,
controlled'by Mr. Osborne  was not a
conspicuous success, but the two jen
mires proved Mr. Osborne'» fltMS« g
a newspaper man  and  a  newspapei
manager.   The Brandon Sun'was then
looking for the kind otmuitivBA.^
Osborne had shown himselt to be, anti
the proprietors   of   that paper made
him a tempting offer to be its onager.
.Mr. Osborne sold out his other aen.
tures, and accordingly moved to Bian-
don,    where   his    energy and ability
speedily forged the Sun to'the front-
Two  years  later  the  paper   ctiangea
hands, and Mr. Osborne moved to. Kat
Portage where he acquired an interest
in the News.    This removal' was an
important event in the Ute,-o£ both an.
Osborne and  New   Ontario.     Ho   ne-
came interested  in the 'country,  ana
•tne more he learned of its resources
aad possibilities the more enthusiastic
he,became   in   his   advocacy   of   us
claims.  A little later he moved to * on
. Frances   and   purchased   the    J-inies,
Tfhlch he still Publishes.   Later on he
tounded the Gazette at Rainy Rrver*
and also a book and stationery business.  These various papers have done
much   to    educate   Canadian    pumic
opinion as to the mineral, agrlcultuiai
and industrial opportunities oifereu uj
New Ontario, and to correct the impression, prevailing till  a tew years
ago, that it was a country of. n^rr(tu
and   jackpine,   or     * '"'
•than one\o£ them.   He got, her.
."' If your\children"are "troubled "with
worms,   give, them  .Mother -. Graves
Worm  Exterminator;-safe,  sure  and
effectual.^ T,ry ,it^ and" mark the improvement in'your,cnikk^ " r
• Mrs. Jones—You know' Tilda married our minister'last week? Well,
she tells me he hasn't kissed her once.
Wat do you think" of. that Mrs
Grimes—He's so conscientious, jou
know He made it a.rule long ago
never to kiss the bride, and of course,
he cannot consistently make an exception in his own case.	
Land  of Bad Snowdrifts.
The   worst  snowdrifts   experienced
by any railroad are said to be those in
SwedeV   Although -the cold is not
intense as in some western states, the
snowfall is heavy and continuous  The
snowploughs of various, kinds which
are used on these roads aro said to be
the most powerful in the world. Then?
are times, however,-when even the ma
chinerv fails to clear the way, when
hundreds of men must be employed to
dig out the staled trains.
Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Indigestion, and kindred ailments tato wings
SLfore the >JoallnB qooUtieslo f?outhAme ncan
Norvino.   Thomas H°^"Sf'0iiowed directions,
suits.   It is a eroat uervo builder,   i-	
Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.
"Old Hunks is one of the crankiest
-w     , , ,, j
• '.Coal and,Iron in China.'
China's, resources' of, coal" and Iron
are among the "largest asi most favorably situated"in'the'world. 'The extent;
of the' great coal fields has been put-]
at'400,000 square miles—more than j..
seventy times the aggregate extent of,,
all the coal fields of Great Britain. It,
is expected, that very soon, Chinese;
coal 'will be delivered at Far Eastern j
ports at prices with'which no otherj
coal'can possibly compete, and thatf
China, in consequence of this develop-
rnent, will become a large exporter of,
iron., ' '
f, ,     ___ —  .
For Inflammation of .the 'Eyes.
Among the' many good qualities;
which Parmelee's Vegetable Pills possess, besides regulating the digestive
organs, is their efficacy in'reducing
inflammation , of" the eyes. It has
fiicted -with this complaint 'and found
a dure in' the pills. They affect the
centres and the blood in a surprisingly active way, and the result is almost
immediately seen.' <"   ;
""That man you brought 'in," said the
desk sergeant, "cannot be ■ the'principal'in the .crime. In my opinion he is-
merely a tool.',' ,,"I guess you're right,
'sergeant," saidf.the .detective. Did
you" notice that'the fellow is, hatchet-
faced, ." saw-toothed, gimlet-eyed and
Superfluous .Hair
Removed by the New Principle''
''    „     , , ' '
Electrolysis, X-ray or depilatories ar«
offered you on  the bar»,word'of the
operators   and' manufacturers.. ;/ D E
MIRACLE is not: It is the only method
which is indorsed by physicians,.,sur-
geons, "dermatologists; medical journals
and prominent magazines.  Booklet will
•will   be ' sent  free,   in ;,plain,   sealed
envelope.     '• -      '   - ,'''       ■ '"   "
Your money back without question if
it fails to ' do all that is claimed, for it.
,DE   MIRACLE , mailed,   sealed   in
plain wrapper,,ori receipt of SI.    Write
for it to-day to DE MIRACLE QgEltf-
ICAL GO., 123 Queen  Stbeet .West,
Toronto,or < t   '   o .
' ——— company
Western Assurance Company
r fv ' (  ' '
'  '     t, "  "• ,   DECEMBER    31st 1304."
0     •       ' ' ASSETS.      '« ■  0
"    '       r        .   ' "        r,     , ' ' .        \   ?    159,393,20
TJuited Stales and State Bonus .- •  69,350,00
Dominion of Canada Stock ...... • • • • • • .-.-••■•-   -••••• ■ • 237,390,80
•Bank, Loan Company an4 other blocks     , 1 j_0j000>00
Company's Buildings'........--^ ;", "'   1,180,576,69
Municipal Bonds and Debentui es.. - • • • •   • • •,,  501,449,08
Railroad Bonds       ,   , .■....■	
Cash' on Hand* and on Deposit ^r • -
Bills Receivable:.'. ..;..;• , 'y ;■ •• V'V/.'i*.'.'.,'.
iauJlron^otheV bompanies'^Retnsurances; .'. :, - • •'• • •
'Interest Due and Accrued ••:,;'• • •'•	
. 158,332,1-1
,   10,288,40
'   40,292,63
p   '   '
,    ,"  " ]       •"    LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock . .,.■.. 1(...'. ..,•••"• • - - '■	
Less Calls in course of Payment.	
Losses .under Adjustment, r. ••■•■•• •
Dividend payable. January 5th, 13U&.
Reserve Fund .• '., ,	
- 31,25-i.Q0
■' —$1,40S,746,00
...',   1S9,G80',93
  '. 3S,3..-,.i-J
....  1,608,765,73
TUnca WnrrvinQ n'Bes!—One.appU-
acts like mai?ic.   3o cents.-la
b »t- - ^^isa zsi ^.r^^'fc i?'°°-
in r.101, at tne ueum ^ «"• ■■ ---- •
-Mr. Osborne purchased a controlling
interest in his old paper, the Brandon
Sun. which he, successfully conducted
until 1803. Ho still retained his Rainy
Klver properties, however, the cam-
Haism of education conducted b> *}}™11
lino bv this time begun to bear tiuit.
I'omil.aion had begun to flow imoN
Omano. There was need of P<>raondl
work if the country in which he naci
now fo crcat an interest was to succeed Mr. Osborne determined once
and for all, to burn his bridges behind
him, and to tie up his fortune with
Now Ontario. So he sold the Bian-
don Sun and went east.
Mr. osborae is one of the leading
spirits in the New Ontario Fair boaiu,
'*hi<-h holds a successful exhibition at
Von Arthur  and Forf William  each
.,7eari: :'.,■.■' ■....'. .'';'. ■' ■■.    ■. •■.
i'ort Frances has adjacent to the
town one'of the most magnificent
. waterpowers on the continent, the development of which-will make it m-
c'nstvially as important a centre as
^'agfira. An American syndicate was
largely through-Mr. Osborne's efforts,
interested in the scheme, and have or-
eanlzed a company with: millions ol
capital to develop, it.': The work has
already- commenced and it is being
Pushed to completion. In the negotia-
ll°iis between the capitalists and the
town Mr. Osborns bore a leading part,
?n(1 last .Tahuary Fort Frances citizens
lr> recognition of his services, bestowed upon him the highest honon in their
"Oh^ doctor," exclaimed a rheumatic
patient, "I suffer dreadfully with my
hands and feet." "But, my-dear^su
rejoined the physician, just tn to
think how much inconvenience >ou
would suffer without them.
They Drive Pimples Away.-A face
■covered with pimples is unsightly. It
tells of internal irregularities which
should .long since have been corrected The liver and the kidney* aie
not'performing their lections in the
healthy way iney should and these
nimnles are to let you know that the
Xofprotests. Parmelee's VeaetaW-
Pills will drive them all awaj, ana
will leave the skin clear and clean
Try them, and there will be another
witness to their excellence.
"My dear," said Mrs. Spenders, by 1
way of preliminary "would ^consider an opal plucky? I ^ ond 11,
1 got a bill for one and had to pay it
hprrnn her husband, sternly. , on. ,
she interrupted, "I'm so glad I ordered,,
a diamond instead.   j
l/iHnpv DutV.—It is the particular'
fJtffl^^ftSU.^ «U« out PO.SO- .
which   pass   thronBh      ' ,™J'  °ovtcanll0t do
' ^r.^^orfmanfa^.-K of *duey ,
diYordor.   ItroHo*o.mbhour!..-ll
■-*  r .
Reserve Fund
'Security to Policy-holders.
.  1,G0S,7G5,73
'Losses paid from organizations of the company to date. ■ ■ .?40,7S,5,392,11
0     ' ";        ''    q ' DIRECTORATE.''^,'"    „       ,"--•'.„    ' "
'   ' ' -      ' .   '^    "   xr^   q  n Wood     G. R. R. Cockburn,' E. R.Wood,
Hon. Geo.,A. ^x    Hon S^C. >Vood, ,G ^ Ke,ay,
■     H- ^B^dV.'B. Brpcj,    ^-SS^Vice-President^nd
HON.- GEO.'A., COX; President.   .J. J-   .KBNN^J^ Director.     ■     :
'':''„'"'      ',   ,   < ',   c> c."FOSTER," Secretary. -" \        .     ■ 'l
''    ^r    - ' offlPP°   rnrner   Wellington and scott'Streets, ..Toronto.'     .
OS JS' HlMMOND°and\Zl™^™^? '. Man..   Genl.   Agts.   for
OSLER, HAM.I0 ^ .^jm^ ^^ Columbk
n   p   McGREGOR, Vancouver, B.U,,t»eni.idi.ABi."ti-
'■     Agents wanted in all towns/not   already   represented.        :
One dose of Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral at bedtime prevents
night coughs of children.
No croup.   No bronchitis. A
doctor's medicine  for all
1 affections of the throat; bronchial tubes, and lungs:   Sold
for over 60 years.
to It ior conchi and coldi, •rP*cir''fHr   ,^T
dien."-MBA. W. H. BBTMIR, Sbolby, Ala.
j Bc..Wic',ia.00.
I.oTTell.   M»«t.
i The principal of the school was talking with him about ins boy B> the
war Mr Wipedunks," he said. 1 ha\ e
male a discovery about .lorry, lies
amoidextrous."   "I <lon;t sec how     at
beonrcxposed to i.    Besides^j ;«
r^e " ver^ct and his mother al-
vavs niakes him wear a little bag of ,
assafidity tied around his neck    Some ,
of the other boys had been ljin   on ^
him."  ___,
! ' . a cough is often the forerunner of!
'serious     pulmonary    afflictions^    yet:
there   is   a: simple, cure   within   thej
i roach of all in Bickle's Anti-Cnsump-,
! recognized remedy, ^^KJ!
. to at the inception of a coId, ^U ""£
i iably give relief, and by ovei coming
I the   trouble,   guard   the . systei 1. f 1 om
' any serious consequences:     Puce   ro
cents,  at  all  dealers.
No other workingman't  fblrt
„ is made so big or comfortable or
so strongly, as tho H.B.K.   Big
Shirt -
Not a skimped,, factory-made,
cheap shirt but a shirt made of'
honest  material and lots of it
As big-and easy fitting as the,
ones your mother used to mako
• with three yards and a half of
goods.    Every H.B.K. Big Shirt
has three and a half to three and
three quarter yards of material.
'      Ample room under tho armpits, broad and spacious on the
shoulders, fuU and long bodied,
big sleeves, an easy wearing shirt
and a long wearing shirt.
Every shirt is branded with
this brand and guaranteed by
the makers.
COUPONS instead of 2 in
each pound «f
'H^-  i ".';\    -'   V-„-< .-
fi'VJ'   - •   i ' ,.'.<■ fy
They count up surprisingly fast this-w^. three times as-
fast as before.     . ■
You get the benefit^ once_ on your tea cards, as we are
allowing fee times their present value. Card from .each end
of Blue Ribbon Tea will count as three Coupons, no matter
what it is marked.
Please tell your friends about the new arrangement if they
do not know it yet.
Blue Ribbon   Tea was    always   the_best y^lue; now you
get still more for your money,
Ask your grocer for Blue Ribbon Tea, and write us for free
copy of handsomely illustrated Premium List. ^
BLUE RIBBON, Department R, Winnipeg.
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1     Willie-Pa,, what is  the- difference  ^^^^^J^^ol
between buying and purchasing i    Pa h^JJ^J p[   .'   ..", "
—When people buy things, they pay [ton lian.,cript.
[Night Coughs]
K^p'the"bowels open with one of
frye?» PUla at bedtime. Juat one.
Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Dandruff.
Xkf     INI    «J    ■No'S2*'
'.'.■ '.'i£?>
In tutnre Page Foncen wiB
»fence that haa «tood the ten or ""^"^""r.^t-^tinftddmon to UM B*lTanl«lns:. uru«r •«-»*- --» —a1 *Kenbi" . * f"^" °*
ted WHITE, which la an added P™^0"0"8*^™!^^^„|U^ *«»«.. Menirwi. ��. J-h*. WUxfilpeB. «S
IW*^ ..  —,mtc rift. LIUITKO.  'VfaiMMVU
.■^i&HHOta- <\
:W:^fe^ 'ffB: MOYIE LEADER.  ^-V)3^<7a.fiaia^M^8a^<.t^p^ii^J^CT<y^>.' - [^Jr^7IE3���Z^^-i,'~-^t^I^ils^  1  ���Pabl  Published in the interest of the people  of Moyie and East Kootenay."  P. J. S.MTSTXH & CO.,  Publishers.  hat Is Good hi' ��flre Yhs* os*  and Hoar;  L-^rwerawgrwaMar*' .Mrx^agwwaygrgJJ--j.'Ul^v ^���jj^gacapsaMiXJUi irrfir.i ���rrwrirfWB  ���seni  r  KATBS OF SUBSCRIPTION.  O ae Year : '. ��, *2.'oO  SATUKDAY, "ATBIL 1, 1905.  ,Th8,tmir Affair;  ''Driven to death-by  her  own, sex/'  is   tho   way the  kelson,,Economist  comments upon  the   death   of   Mrs.  Atkinson, wife of T. H. Atkinson who  is awating trial on the charge o'f arson,  The women's 'health 'was  very   poor,  and sinee'-her husbands arrest alio nvas  shunned and few wpmeu in  town,  had  anything      to     do '   with   her.    The  Economist   savs:'  "The    matter    for  comment is   the    cruer'troalment   of  Mrs.��Atl:iusou. ^ Surely _ her. situation  was ond'demanding amypathy,    Failing, to get it, she committed thd'act 'of  soli-destruction which deprived a little  innocent child of the loving care* of, a  '-mother. ��� Tlie . womeo���� of Ythir wlio  drove Mrs. Atkinson to her death may  regard the renuit as a tribute  to  their,  probity - and  eiclusivenees,  but that  , will nqt be tho' estimate  placed" upon  their'conduct by others, who  <lo  ' not  make "exaHed"prbteasich& to .Christian  i charity. . The,  women of Ymir( may  " point to the motherless^ child   as   an  example of what Ihey- b'ave   accomplished by, their treatment-of^ the little  - one's liiotiicr; but oii which cide pf 'the  iedger will the, recording  angel   mark  their condded?!"       ,, ��� '   ~  Chamberlain's  Cousb. Komody  tho  Beet  jMi'a  Host Popular.  ' ''Mothers buy it for croupy children,  railroad men buy it for  severe  coughs  and,   elderely , people  buy it  for ,1a  grippe;" say Moore Bros.', Eldonjpwo.  '"We sell more of Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy 'than   .any   other  kind'.'��� It  seeins to have - taken   the   lead "over  "several other good" brands;'   ,There  is  no question but  ihiB  medicine  is^tbe  beat that can be  procured for, coughs  aWcolusJ'whether it bo a child    or an  adult that is afflicted.    It always cures  Snd   cures' Quickly:1   Sold  by  W. 'J,  Atchison.". ���;..,-,,'_     ��� ��� ,'   -   -.'  - -V   '' .- -v  % 'Eagle; Hall  -:  .    ONE NIGHT ONLY .    .  t 1  Monday, April'3. o  Vlr. C. P. Walker presents the  We are often-asked that question, a/id wo hwe   several   preparations that are bjnefiovxl.    One ol the beat we think is  fi,  ' '    ''  :���   ' .   DS. SGQTT'S B,7^     ���������    .'  ,  .   '   It euros Hoar^on'-'st;, wnuw^ 'Soreuoss  aiyl   breaks   up^i^fjold.  Coats i50 ceots a bottle at the  '       '1 J , " , ''  P. O. Drugi and Stationery Store,   r ''  ' '       1 - r ' '  ' i'  hall   on  Victoria street.'   Sojournin  Odd Pelloivs cordially inviti-d.  A- G. Monkhousp,      F. J- Smyth,  ',   > JSoUtf Grand.     :        Secr'y.'  .'/���"Prescriptions carefully prepared.  li   * ,        * ' '  PltOriilETOR.  TOR1 THE ENGAGEMENT    ,'<  Weare'eliowini? ,a  most .charming  hue of -   -     .  ...   '       DIAMOND ' KING'S    ,  tor engagement's or for<pi'esentation..on  'birthday or any oftier oe'eassion,   They  will make,a pleasing and yery,accep}r-i.  gift at'rany time.    ,  \,; l    ' -  . '!'W; f. tAte,.'  Graduate Optician; ' [ CEANREOOK.  rill M -lirn 1 nT-rill" ��� ��� ml.������ " ���.��� .  ._._    .,  Icprrart popularity iof STEVFN*5 RIFLPS  1 i,3iui^> ami },llinOU!\s'eriiilinsiio�� llic ilcprcc a.  t ijcrft-ction cmbotfii'l in ou* M^rllnp- mate. Von will find  \ aims branded'-sll-VENSy atall RiVLB KANGKS and  i �� herci tr ilmni Is llbntbig.,,  i " IT'S   'A S T E, V E N S"  IB ',    o  <?S' 2?*i  !s ..riulvaient 10 <.->yin^ GUARA5?! ?,nj) r<5E QUAL,-  iTi" ar.tl famous u.r .ill essential firearm prof^rtlca.  Our'I^lnc ' ���-  J,  Klflcs, from      53.00   io   $150  flalols, front       2.S0   to SO  0   "-  Shotgun?),' from 7,50   to 35  I  All:} cur .lrmlcr.and lml��  onourcno.lv lfjouian-  oot obtain siiemjct us knovr  tindwill kliIpilIrerf,<fTress  tirepaiil. 'i.i(!Jn, rc<.ol|>t cf  prlro  Dom't Tail to send for  IllustmteJ^a/r.lo;.   ItHri  b6ol, of remly rcfrrencee  nnd appi-ali, Ui'iall lovers 1.  ln*irc-.ic.J   In  tco , r-rind I  Iptfrt of sliootln^. Mailed j  for 4 cents in stamps to'],ay  ,  1 1,0s". ;e  IHTTHti MARX villi out RI1 1.H rVZZLT. 1   This  clcer aD/t-ily wllrli-5 omlud l'Rrb upon rcusuetJ.   ���  j. Stevens armsiStooi, co;  ,  '    P.'O. BOX 4091        "        , I  g      OKlCbPEE"^    FALUS,MAS3..'y.S.A.    '        "  gicaE^or^^todiaatfiaea^gaggtB ja��ia!ffiBaacttffi*��.=��cra <aCTOJ*J^>egg^  iSA  NELSOW,  u....,..7^.ra^g  imihorit actor  St.'.:' Joseph's' Convent.-  ,   ",->,,     ,      ,: .���<. -' i'    ,c  ��� hoarding and Day School conducted hy the, Sisters ,of St. Joseph,.Nelac>n'  B. C. "Commercial and busino&s  courses a,,specialty. Excellence and  swift'progress eharacteaize' each do-  partrnent. 'Parents should wrilo for  particulari.-. " One month assures the  public of ' the tboroughncsq of the  Sisteis' methods of teaching. Terms  commence January, April and Sept.  Pupils aro admitted duriug tern'-  >u  !\  JLl  AND HTB COMPANY  Jn   ah   elaborate   revival    oJ   Bcilwer  Lytton'B -famous classic  watixz3Ks=atB*j��iXS*��i.  MEW BUSINESS  GOMBIHATIOH.   -    ~   ,   ^    ���       ��.,  ',, Wholesale !p^e   ,'  i   ; ��and, Bpirit^Mer- -: *  chant'."'   ' i  '  .      ���'  H,;  r    -       '    .,       ,  Agent^for Cal^aryiBrewiug Co.'s       *"  ��� Bser. Ale and Porter; ���  T. Labels Coft  _'.. ��� - -;.'     "        ,vf   ���   ;  , 1 o   �� ��( \  r    ' 1   -i ���"��� ���* ,    r * 1  .\  Hay and Briiim'   ��� .  ScMIt? 'Siii! .Calgary  JsC^> .JSJia -k��s Js. *u &  " i  Foreign and   Domestic Winer-, liquors  nnd Cigars,  '7 1^  Moyio   'Miners'   Union  Wo. 71  wl F, ofM.      ,"  Meets in McGregor hall every Satm-  day evening:., f Sojourning' members  arc'cordially invited to attend.  II.'Tbmby,  '   Secretary  Johk McDonald,  1       President,  I ������IHIMM UH*M  ��^M-?*V'.:', $iiOYIE-LUMBER & -JHUUNfi<GQ'.vLTD; t  Sleets every JJonday evening m  Uieir     A ' p, '   - /|y  m' Saw, Planing and Lath Mills. (i\  m    ��� '    ���       '   .   ��� ' 4  t    ,.  ,     ironBfB.-& ��� ���   I  ^ Manufacturers of and dealers in all kinds of Flooring,, Ceiling,?!)  jljk Siding, Shiplap, Common Boards, Dimension, Fiuifch'aud Lath, '     f\}   ���  -hi    ' '   Piompt attention to,wholesale and retail orders, "v  M   ,Hv CAMfiRON, Mgp. '", '  1^ ^J'^^^^^'^^s:'^-^^^1,5^' '^���^^',  MOYIEAEETE.no. 856  ���Slfeels ,'Wv��y   Wednesday at   8 P. M.'  ,E A. HILL,   '"     J." II: HAWKBr '"  'Worthy Prc-s. Worthy Secr'y.  ,     '.       i��� '  Harvey   &��  McQarter,  u ���     '       , , ' h ' ' '      '  Barristora, Solicitora, Notaries, Etc,  -'. '      ������',"'  Cranbrook,"- ,*   ,B.' C.  1       1 * Or'         r. 1 '  *l  8 1:  1 I ��. r  w. e;' o-usd, * ';r ���'���'"' ��� "  * >' ��� ���, *  :' i      ���    ,. ;   ,'  CRAKBBOOK.   ', .      ' ."    B.'C  - r^gfjarraawais^^  ,^r ���  a������BgMeg^J^l^g;g^LUi)|^l^J|W^^-��^^^��-T^T^^ ^-M- ���If. ��� ������ i-r  DKS0 BUTG-i &  MILES,  . , ��� ���'" *. ���  Will be in Jirdyie 11th of,each  month.  Cranbrdok, \ ' -BJ "G;1  George H.vTtionipson; -"'  '"    BifiRisxKit; Solicitor, ^Uo;  '"- ��^'   tai-y,?fjBLfb, <&c./ ,  CRAITBEobs:; ."    Bbitish Columbia,  i --L   (�����-# *^y   -V ^��i ���  '.,   . BUY YOUPv;  .<* -  ^i^airM^l  Mr. Nelson's   Grrateot   Character  '   Portrayal.  A moat Complete Scenic and Costume  Equipment;  PRI0E3 $1.00 and 75c,  Seals on sale at Atchleona Drug 8lore"  A. M. BLACK.  ��� We ha-tfe formed a partnership for  the purpose of carrying on buaincss in  Fire, Life ami Accident Insurance;  Auctioneers and Stock Brokers.  Any business  intrusted   to   tie   will  receive prompt and   carelui  attention  Hutchison & Black,  Lcask Block. CJtANBROOK.  ii)  ,.,^3^^^  :3s*.  r�����"*ixwi hiii i nfigm*hiiimi  IP YOU HAVE A  CHRIS.,, NIELSEN,  (MOYIE.)  General agent m BritiT-h  Columbia for.  LIQUID kLECTItlCITY,  ilAGNETIO COMBS,  ASBESTOS LAMP WICKS.  i''or  further   particul.us    regarding  thcbo gocl.; call on or write,  s -- a-  An-: Ui.lh It".nnii=.  In ciTONK "Junding.  '     First CAf^' W'oik.  t,A5 L. ER-Al^SLIir  fee*.'(L&��   V     ��w;' *fc. ij, Aik^iL *te<?  ALL"   THE   TIME.  FBOM-     ���  Ao B. Stewart & Co.  k  /iGENTS  I'OR      '  KC)'OTEX,\Y   flTTSAM    LAUNDRY.  <g,Thi^'Hotel is New, and' well Furnished, The &  %   ;.   Tables are Supplied'with the,Best the  g    ,   -MarKet affords. Thenar is Pilled witH  l       the .Best Brands of Liquors, and Cigars.  $        ' headquarters,j;for commercial J  |. ' >    ,,   >'" *n'ANp" MINING MEK *��'v'.'.   -'m ?  'j:-- I  W pIOTIB  .  ., f,.���  .-     -" , '    ��� ���'       .���-.        '    ���   '    '"BIS1MSH.OOLOMJBIA,   )-'  ��^6�������S<S�������-<S$^^<^6��S'S$:^^a3����������^&s>^SS��e����e<8��_*��*55'&3a'," ,  i    'i ' /i i      in-       i i   ii      i   '  ��� in ni in nu ���������!������ .���miii.h ���������ill ������'!>��� ^m'miBM-WIIUMHI II  fill ijjrfl'^ ^I'JIII' 11 'I III I       r ��������� n ,   Sm.u. ,, ���  J        <-  rt.WK^SC.!;iM>-i1:'������V>X!r.TKO.,,-��>��*ri^.<  In'Oiir'big Tunnel.' 'Mining'Experts say ibwill grow,fiolief  , 'and'better.    Manyinrge Gold Veinfi" arV" just   ilhead  and  fr 'will be "out in rapid sdece^ion.    We  'owii   the. 200   acres -  �� ,' r.      ,��'/',-    . WITHOUT DEBT'; ,''''''    ���  "-' '.^ - '-; -Ai?, Igoldpield''.;;:!,;, i,  The cntrip'of Quick Fortunes. ' We' own   100  acres^' with'  ,rich'<3old   Strikes  "all   around. ' Gold   Veins   Discoverer!.,  JOIN" IVTOW and,      .-   ��� ; ." ,  .V-  ,*�� '.-,     "'   ,        i .  :: : ,*���'���;4 help;usdig- "-  ,    Every Share of Golden Sun Stock gives  ownership in   the L  ''.GJoldQeicl IQ'O.dcres,' and   Coldnido1 2()0���toTaL 30d,acres;  > v     ,i   -. Divuiehds .declaredou bn bpth would be'l        - ,'  'f TWO DIVIDENDS JfAOAI;ONE LNVESTMENT-  .::/,,.     ;'��� jjS Buys 10po;sha'res'1 ���  ���   '\  ���   ,'   S-i^'buyo 3,300 Bh��ife8:\$lio'buys 0,6001 shares.'   Full ^ paid;  <���-   ���   '    ' , '    .\.n-  ... ������',<.>7ori-assessable. .",,',.    ^   ���. '  '��   - BUi^BEFQItE..THEJ?IttCE ADVANCES    -, '      J  .- ...   .,r.,aO0;^EK --0ENT'k- ��� ���     ,    ���  '"OEDE^.AT ONCE;- -. . \ ..-./.',,���'. , ,,,."..  y " ;��� 'the Cheapest and Best, yrilh pro an'tlie mines and cash tin.  |   ','   the treasnrv.   If ovor-subscribod'your money  jivill', be   re-  m       ''"turned;"  "     '     "    .'   r':   '"'"'      ,;-",   .'.        "'',''  ' lj    x*' ^.Highest. Commercial" and Bank Ileferencos,,    ,    '_ ���   <\  . ffl "<,'-' <"    ' "'"���' ,'       Make all Ueiriitences. Pavable to -'' v' .,  / '.\  ���$[,.,'     .THJE GOLDEN'SUN MINING.&'MILDING   COVf^    -,  .��''2ai'Kiltredge-Building  - ��� ��  ' '   "���  "   .'<��� ,   '  ���   ' 3-'Donyc  ', ra   '<<���">���''\ t *[������" '. r-'1 ,f,      : ������'>-   '-I;.' -    ' '       '��  cr, Colo  ,��\���S.-gTHg*"g*,-.JrJES��3��C/TJf?e��5  r'p.lPfvfl.  M,  trjT5 r^ (rM^F  liroad), Pins, Cakes,  Efc.  ��r'.-  '- . 1 C -.  .LiOiST'&B v>A.  iv^u, Prop.  FOft   FI^E   TATLlVlIXTG   GO   TO  U ���?       W k. i; -,. .1   a   U  y9   Is H a    a   if t*- e *" ,,  ��� 'Fine   Suitings,    OvercoatinK  Trouserfl,   linj^oitcd    Gooc'u,  MOYIE, ' B..C  SEND.YOUR ORDERS  ,   _" T0,^US    ,  For all kinds of sheet mclal   worksin-  ch:din��?       '.'.-{      i 't      ," __.  nOOFUSTG, .FJ011NACB  .-"HEATIMG,. . BLOWER  PIPING, STOCK POTS, etc.  \v.��fllso  hanUlpa   liill   lino" of "Mc-  -1- >JcClc?y's Famous  Stoves," the  ,   , "best, in tho market.  OJtANJBKOOK.  ttfi. BROS.  B. C.  il��m  IJ  ---TITS���  T5 f?" ii33  if  Seattle, Taeomi  A'iV  A1 L  i.OT TO BELL,  AHCUSE TO P.15MT,  MINING BTCCIC TC  Or if you wish to invfisi,  in any of these confauli  FABRELL *< SMYTH.-  ������V T.I  ���awwgi-.i-JT1'�������<* i<   i''lw^wm  'JfJCJ  fic  Coast Points  PKRST PHOTO 00=    |s<,  Pa��-I,^Chicago,   Mew   Vcrk  CiJAiiBKOCE ai;:j "'Iov:i:  n'fCTlWHWJ*1 I^T^F"  0. F. DE3AULNIEE  't , ��� ;        DKALER   IS  i   AL.O   irOxlilo    liihxak  I Palace   and Touriot  Sleepers,   Bufiut,  I     Library c. .*, ?loac-:n Day coaches  J i>ining   c:u.-.,      Meah  |     ,. a. La Carte.  Best. Heals on Wheels  M &B S  -OJS8AUr.KIKH BUOBc   I'rops.  Ln?i;o sample ioomv in connection  tvilh house 1'or commercial bird. Beat  of accommodation*1.  Headquarters forO Com-  raercial and Mining Men,  queen:! A7i:sni3, moyik, v.. c.  Q  ������^rTsmra-r^rrrw-aii:  .iAY-LO.R. & DA��IS?  ^'���Fast -..Gvisrsand ;C| :  Wflflfl    rtfllf :'R   P^fl    ^   V��TRA1W3 DAILY J,.:--  ji      1    !      .f   I     1    .   W   f hn   I       ForTickcLu,   i- a ^,   Folder   an  II Hdila  y Wmi  i%    hMmm \ .   ?ull  mrormatiu;:,.Call'p?. or   ��d  '.     ;. .        cr.A:;--.Ecoi:.  Bricltlar^srQ and brio:: i;;r.nui'.iclur-  ero.'- They In Lead putt inn ^ carload cf  brick ia   Iioyic ' .'or   ���.uimedlats 'i-.se.  Anyone rcqumr.,: chimneys can com- . ..   , ��� ,  municato direct orleave orders at this I q        .       ,   r^a -T^OYJE j Sei-lltle'  PROMPT   DELIVERY,  dreca any  Great northern Agent  or-writo .��� ��� .  Z. G.'TEKKES; . H, BEANDT/ . '  a. v;. i'. a. a. p. a t. a.  701 W.liiv.-rsuUi    Ave.  ypa'-aiH.:. WashinKion.  D ii/ -itf ri l' & IS "i�� WW W W  V/HOLHSALE AJJi^UETAIEg  MEAT     MERCHAHTS,  I<1rcoh and Cured Meata, rrcsh  Pish, Game ani Poultry. Wo  supply ��nly thejbojl. Your  .trade solicited^.. . ;, .  In- 'ail . tho. /-Pumoipal  Cities aiad^ :Townslfiaj:  ���' "'"Britisn'^dolumbia   .  . .... $EAS3HSOI5:B &  MINERS' READQUAHTERS.   This hotel is  dooo  to  the  mines,  and  has  every Convenience for Working Men.  '   MOYIE;  South- Victoria St.  WLKBJWl��'3'*J-'J��CKga  piMBf t.wlWMMMJTtWT****-*** ^  B  Wholesale Wines; lifliwrS  and Cigars.  orahbkook;  75ritisB Ofciumbial  - rsstrrrr-J-jrTTa.-nrK^��  TIL   A-Ml ' VT  Urawiora �� fewy  r6  bapbee'shoi,  if ABBEL1, BliOO^ ���-.     ;���'.;   . .' :;  CJbicctioncry, Eruii^lCigar.^TQba^  Codies,  Ep  OALi, ANDSEEtJP.


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