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The Moyie Leader Apr 14, 1906

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Array >i.   '   .4 ->       -*"  a   ��4~x~ -/^> I  hi^M^r^.-. *n-^^-Of  "  ,"'V   '  -/".  LrA 1  -|C)(V  rl^fi-**-**  '"���v^CTOR^'0-"'  'OL.9,KO:l  MOYIE, B.C.,  APRIL 14. 1906.  $2 A  YEAR  [aster  "  Cooked and colored.  Fresh as the mountain air.    ���  Noting more importaint'for Easter Sunday than  Easter Eggs  PIS  PAYABLt'MAYI  Consolidated =? Mining  * & Smelting Co  LOCAL  NEWS.  Next-to tliom cornea  Fresli   Yeg  es  steiiEE&'in  , We certainly lead in the supply of" seasonable, goods.  People come to us lf,they want-an order filled and der  liveredpromply.^Thelbwes^price is usually' the  poorest goods.   Take.jwrnlng- in \imo aud  buy - fresh  f  It Produces' About Three  ���   luurthsoftheLeadin '  ' * '   Kootenavs.^ ,v    , '  CRAHBRG3K  F1R;SALE  'SBldck 4 Lake Sliore ���' Afidi" / * ^  '.A'Sna'p/ -''*._  i'  .������M0.Ym;'B,-.C.  ^^^^^igiAiiR*^ feti ��e#vv:  IE '.-'������ oAtetftitSa ': May'ton  r Creamery, ,;<*���  ' -"ViSijsisii hpK'J'iiE-awu.BN'AT'o^E.-ib..- ;.__ , . ,,. -  ,-Tho Consolidated Mining 'and  Smelting company,^-.owning ,the St  Eiigone, War Eagle, and Centre Star  mines, and the Trail smelter, has' declared a'dividend of 24 sp"er .cent ,for  the quarter ending M*r.-h 31, payable  May i." ' This declaration is at the rate  of 10 percent per. _ an buna. 'This is"  the first dividend V be declared since  tlie'airialsamatio'n.of the above ' interests, and it will'be paid ���on .tlie'; new,  stock which is'being issued.  ,- .,   -^  The St. Eugene mine at Moyie is  thf- most valuable aseet of the comp-,'  any,'' andV it produces > Somewhere  about three fourthVof the lead yroduc-  ed in the J��oote'p.ays. -It is "ana "his  been ft great p'roclycer, and it now has  more extensive'"- ore hodies , in sight  than ever-before in Us biBtory! Thi*  'is especially so ,'of the ' lower levels,  which'shows'that, the v property is improving with;depth. i  Cosiderablc St. Eugeni stock is held  by. local parties' ,and, was ' bought at  from 30 to 50 dents a .share. It ia  now'worth $l-a'share. - ", " ��� ,        .  Geo. Powell was' up from Cranbrook  Thursday. , ' ,    .  '   E.,0. Kamm is 'taking & holiday aud  has g6ne to Trail., ,  J. II, Casey and wile have moVed to  tbe Okanogan country.  Ed'di'e Gibbons is now attending  St.  Joseph's school'in 'Nelson.  .Webster Burton is now working for  Reid & Co.iu Cranbrook.     ���   ; '  Mrs. Kudd  is, moying  to  B.-llevue,  ���where ehe is building an hotel.  P, J. McMahon' and ' wife   returned  home yesterday from Spokane.  W.A'Handley is,severing his 'connection with R. Campbell & Co.  ' For Sale   or   Rent���A.   four" room  bdusa. ��� Apply to,Mrs. J. B, Budd,  Mrs." ,Barr   and   Mrs.   Lucas   were  shopping' in" Cranbrook Wednesday.  For Sale^-Twenty-five -young   pigs.  A'Udreas W. G."B#toman.   rf,  ' Mrs. Cowcll'iias leased MrB, Whitehead's boarding libusa'for   the   sum-  mer, "     .    ���<   .. <   "  Jilmes Jobnahas returned to Moyie  from the'east and" haB complexly re-  covered his health.1 " : , ��"  .A, X-, McDermot,' wiiolesale liquor  dealer of. firanbrook,;'was in 'town  Wednesday. _.  ��� Jos. Norton has opened a tailor shop  next to J:,W."Fitch's store on South  Victoria streetl ,V ;.     .  . S. F: Mo'rleyfandtwife are^ up frorn  Cranbrook and'a re the'guests of, Mr.  and Mrs.'P. G.'Routh. "   '   '.,  BA-RGAIJ?:���Pftno,   good   as ( new,  "5175.;   Apply to D. J. Elmer.  Honors are Even v/ith  the Teams.  JCar,  ��� -iv.   er*. ���<"�����- *-*  >r r, O, t  *"*"*"  2~  r%:z i  Squares,  mattings  IT' WAS A FAST [.AIE  The Movie Bovs Did Clever  Having'But Lost in_  "    'the Eud. ' . ; -'  | U11C101  \i "  When you hnvn fiuished house cleaning do not spoil the effect  of your work by putting ibe old csrpet pr oilcloth on the lioor again.  Come inateail and look ovor our stock of new       ��� .  Carpets,  Squares, Oilcloths,  Linoleums^and Ma*fctings.  ��� , i.  We hii'o a larte~flKfiorlmciit,"all new, and many   beautiful  '   'uatioruti'.   "Vftt will /ind our prices low.'  1 Attention ia^oalled,. to^the^Cran-  b'rook STsi, and Door; Co/on^another  page? "The firm gives' prompt attention to all orders senti infc '������"'     v    ^  Wr springsiock  of Jewelry is arriving  almost daily.and we'  would be pleasec to  have you take,a look  over our goods whioh  are always kept new  . and up to dute.  'AGENTS  Farrell.S Smyth, Moyie.  | MOVIE'S   LEADING   HOTEL. ,,       . |  j Hotel Kootenay  ! John Bakket;h'as returned to Moyie.,  lie has been working at the -North  Star. t   '; i ' ^ ��� '�� ,'  ThepoBtal department' is'askmg, for  tenders'for theoarryiug of.the^mail be-  the Moyie'postofn'ce aud'the C,   P. B..  The Moyie  and   Cranbrook  basket1  ball teams have had   another   contest,"  this t'ime.fcnaing in a victory   for'   the  Cranbrook-boys.  The score was'7'to G.  .The game was" played ,5n   Cranbrook,  and about 40 of the Moyio  enthusiasts  went .down    to* rojt ffor   lhe   home  team.r The game was played    in   'the  newgymnasjuin, aodthe  gallery   was  taxed���io,iis,full*i capacity.    The   game  was'fast eobugb to please the most exacting, and there werj warm .-supporters on both"sides,-   At'times in f>tct it  was rough and Mr. Wdsttnau, the referee, had 'his'hands'full.    The, Moyie  boys showed up   to   splendid   advantage    and   did " tome iclever , playing.  There were some exceptions taicen   to  tbe referee's decisions', ,but   after   tha  game, however,1 ihe   bebi   ol   feeling  [prevailed.  -The -teams   lmed^-np    ad'  I lollows: '  Moyie���E.'O. Kimm, right guard;  G. A. M.' Young, ,'left guard ;' -S:' R-  ,Wormington, 'center; D. A. Ayres,  right forward; Geo. Trainer, left ( forward.     '-   .   ���     - V l' "    '  Cranbrook���W. 'H,   Wilson, 'right  IviaeEaeiierh-  T-��r  a ���       ,,        '   s ,       -i r    ' - -     '   '��� 5  GEMERAL' NEWS- NOTES.  Mount VeFUvius is again active.  ,  ��� Frank   has ' organized   a    lacrosse  team.       v ^      '-' ' tj  Harry Mcintosh is  peace at Halcyon.  justice  Ti  of   tbe  ���iSaskatoon, Sask., hns now a popula^  tion of upwards of   5,000.  brook Su'Qday.s���  ,      '    -     *        .    ,  '   Mrs.' R','   O. SiPattersbn   aaaie   over  'from-Rossland this week to visit   with  Jowelor.  W. H. WILSON,"  i i.  CRANBROOK, B. C  4 -  The best of accommodations  for  the.Traveling Public.  -     Billiard Booms.  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms.  McMAHON BROS-:  Proprietors.  S5R  : DeTby^oss for Men of Taste.  ...     .^ir i ho fine=l line of men's shoes  ever  We have just passed mtc�� stock Ihc fi����-��< boflQ cn_  . shown  in Mo.ue.    VW&��*}.1?��    You can't afford to   mi.8   see-  Jed and sonic fine new lines added.  ing them if in want of shoo?  Stanfiold's   Unshrinkable  weights; just received.  Underwear   in   Bpiiun   <vud  summer  THE  E. A. HILL,  TW,mvn   T..VDIES' AND MBN'S   TUMriSHEll^  . T$*~V,  >   \i  i  I  '.<���  Imperial Bank of Canada.  SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.  Bank deposit.  .'*,'��� Once opened it grows whether added to  or ^npt.  -'(VV- "./Interest1  allowed at, current   rates   and   com-  pounded twice a year. -j--.���'  CRANBROOS: BRANCH.  J. F. M. PINKHAM, Manager.  j&tj^sHr^z. jv��*je����Js��2. &'-^t  ^j^^..^*^^.^^  As a special inducement to people  wishing to cff,n their own homes, I  am offering for sale "'    ^,  One Block of Lots1  $100 Bach. -  This  is excellent residential  property.  $550.OO  Buys a 4-room   House and   Lot  on  Tavistock street.  $350.00  Buys a Lot on Victoria A.ve,  ��700.00  Buys a -l-rooni   House  and   Lot  in  good location,  $300.00  Buys a  lot  with   50-foot   frontage;  one block from depot.  $550.00  Buys a lot on Victoria Ave.  lent location.  Excel-  her mother, Mrs^- Keaney.-  l" James '-Ricb'ie, - one tbe best mechanic's in the country, left this ��� week  for Butte, Moirfc. Mr.-Richie was employed atUbe St':. Eugene for some  time.  ' FOR SALE���Peterbcrough canoe  with center bourd, sails . and outfit  complete.- D.J.Elmer.  Don't forget'tha- ball*next Monday  evening to be given by the,Moyie Athletic Association in Eagle hiill, Tickets are $1.50. .Buy one and help the  goo.i_cai.se along. Everybody invited.  The Ladies Aid of'the Presbyterian  'church are planning to "give a baazar  and social on the evening of Wednesday, April 25th. Further announcement will be made next week.  ,Chas. McDonalil, who represents  McLeod, Nolan vt Co.K manufacturers  of Divid Harum and other high grade  cigars, is over from Rossland to confer  with D. J, Elmer, the East Kootenay  aud Alberta representative of the firm'  1. C. Nelson, of the machinery firm  of Stewart & Nelson, Winnipeg, stopped off in Moyio this week to see D. "A.  Stowart," bis partner's brother. Mr.  Nelson is making a tour or the Koo-  tenays,  Last Thursday evening the local  lodge K, ol P. conferred the first rank  on four candidates. They were .asp  sisted by A. C. Bowness and A. M.  Black of the Cranbrook lodge, nnd J.  Attwood of the Neepewa lodge.  The members of Wildey Lodge No,  ii I. O. O. F. will hold their anniversary service on Sunday evening, April  29th. A sermon appropriate to the  occasion will be preached by Rov. G.  II. Findlay, who is a mombcr of the  lodge,  LOST���A baby pin in Engle hall  on the night of Mirch 17th. Findci  will kindly leave same at this ofiico,  Why patronize eastern travelers  when you can get your spring suit at  the same pi ice from C. A. Footo, the  tailor.  Refreshments were served .after the  game; and;then there^w'ere short talks  by Rev. Westman,- F. J'. Smvth, EJ- 0.  Kamm.'D. A. Ay res, S, R> Worming-  toVRev.-Perley: c/A. ' Foot, W. H.  Wilson, Dr.'Counoly, G. A. M.'.Young  and,others.    * ,  c' What's in a Name?  i  , "    <    '    e  ���<��� Fernie Free Press: A peculiar  coincidence is seen in the case of De-  laney, tho Nelson prisoner .who was  captured near Creston this week. He  stole jewelry from a man named,  Wilson at Craubrook, he was iried and  sontenced by a man named Wilson  and he was recaptured by a man  named" Wilson.  Messrs, Rader'and Farrell are build-  iug a hotel at i'l.ocher Station, -   ���  METAL( MARKET.'  Nkw,   York���Bar .silver,  G4�� cenli*,-  L'ead, $5.15.''  Zinn (spelter-) $5.90.'  ..Los'dos���Lead?"��l5 15s.  The   payroll   at  Phoenix  for   tlie  month of March  amounted'! to." $65,-  oolV t    .   ,�����    '. ' ' '  ,     -   '..,  ��� The^-C.-.-P.-'-R.' "roadbevl "between  Michel and Fernie is to bo raised > two  fec-t. <> \  ' Vancouver is to have y no professional baseball tbig year. L>cros3e  will be'the game.      r , .'    ,   -  \ King Edward Olub. ���  Another club has been opened in  Moyie.' It is the King Edward, and its  quarters are'in.the Lake Shore boaid-  ing house. It hns a membership of  of over 100. . Wra. Murdock is . the  presiden t.  All the bibles and hymn books of  the Vancouver jail were burned by a  half-witted inmate of that  instilution.  The Crow's"Nest 'Pass-' Coal 'company,paid a dividend on the '2nd, iust.,'  amounting to $S7,500!  W.,S..Norman Of the hotel Spokane  is after11 the Portland hotel, and it is  said he has offered $So0,00O for it.  The, shingle weavers and millrne-n  on the Sound have struck, to tbe  uumbervof 300.- and many mills are  idle.  /   N  It is expected that Mr. 'Dunsmuir  will be sworn iu as lieutenant-governor  in time to assume his duties on the 1st  day of M.iy.   .Five million dollars, it is said, has  been offered V.nd refused for tbe  Nickel Plate  mine at Hedley,   in   the  Similkameen.    '  R. T. Lower��, proprietor of Lowery's  Claim, of Nelson, has been in Greenwood looking into the nutter of^ publishing a weekly there.  ;v   At .The "Traps.     ;,', y  The Moyie Gun Club had an inter- ':  esting contest at their grounds north  of 'town, Thursday!', They had with  them Clarence D. GoepH, representing  tbe U. II. C Co. and Remington 'Arma  Co., and'who is also an exceptionally  clever shot. iTliey had two 25 .'bird  contests.    , ;" . ��� '  ' Fir-t���Garpoi,   -22;   Cameron,    12:-,  Campbell 12; Tayloi, 6/ n  ��   Second���Goepel'    23;   Taylor,*  18;-  O.ijierbu, li; Campbell, 12!   -   ' �� ,"  On- Corporal" Punishment.  r -V-J .        r                                                    l\.                , ,  . *     V . , . '  C ���                           ���*                                 ^  V} .     . ,        f                                                    \ .              in  Rossland Miner: 'At a "recent meet- ,  inc of the   school   hoard   a  complaint  was filed against a teacher for administering   corporal    punishment   to   n  pupil.   Tne punishment was not very  severe, and  the   board   sustained  the  teacher.   The law in regard to corporal  punishment in schools .is thaf^a teach���(  er may administer the  same'' punishment to a refractory pupil Unit a-  par- -  ent may to a disobedient child.  $2,500.00  Buys Two'Stores and a 5-room-Cottage. This isa bargain, as the prcp:  erty'is paying  30 per cent,. aud| has  been for the past five years.,  ���     -i  Lois for sale in all pa:ts of town.  D. J. ELMER,  Agent  for Towns" te  Company  STOP AT TUB  COSMOPOLITAN  K  ,   '���-   -   WHEN IN  .  '. i    . '      ' ' .  CRA^TBILOOE.  E. It: SMALL. Mauatfer.  Good rooms, gcvud  tables and   bar  nnd  fire! ?!*�� eftrapltvr>?;ii3.  Khoumatlsm stakes lACo Miserable."  A. happy home is tho most valuable  possession that is within tho reach of  mankind,' but you cannot enjoy its  comfoits if you are suffering from  rheumatism. You throw aside business cares when you enter your home  and you can be relieved from these  pains alao by applying Chamberlain's  Pain Balm. One application will give  you relief and its continued use for a  short tune will bring about a permanent cure. For sale by the Moyie Drug  & Stationery Store,  ^ i  r       A'Big Bridge.  The Corbin railroad bridge across  the Kootenay river is now making favorable progress. Tue four piers ara  completed, and work is now going  ahead on the spans. Some of the  timbers aro 80 feet in length. The  trestle approaching the bridge is practically constructed. The trestle from  the bridge to the grade, on the south,  is about 500 ft. in length.  Wm. Delaney, who made his escape  from the Nelson jail March 25th, wss  recaptured this week at Creston by  Constable Joe Wilson assisted by Fred  Little, also of that pUce.  A Revelstoke mill ownor has hiied  50turbaneb Hindus to work in his  sawmill. It is estimated there are 150  Hindus in British Culumbia, mostly  all retired British soldiers. ,  Is Your Watch  Going Satisfactory?  Mrs, John Dolau died in Bonners  Ferry last week, aged 30. Mrs. Dol an  was well known iu Moyie, where she  hvod several years. She was then  Mrs. Katherine Lacey.  v     A Swell Outfit,  Walter B, Laing, the barber, baa  shown his enterprise by adding to hi-*  shop a handsome two chair case with  4.0x50 inch bevel plate glass m'rrord.  Tho base is eleven feet in length ami  e ght high. It came from Jouts Bros ,  Toronto.   International  Hotel.  This week Chis. Armstrong disposed of his interest iu the International  hotel to Ben Riley, who will hereafter  conduct the business. Mr. Riley i.s  one of the best known miners in tha  camp and is popular with all classes.  We wish him rv.->-v so.'cos,  In tho eyesocket of tho skull of a  huge mastodon, unearthed in the  "Forty-Three" gold run claim neur  Dawson, a few   d.iys ago.   was   found  Many   watches   do   not    became   ^������^.u, .. .- .,- -��� -  they aro allowed   to  run  TOO  LONG I gravel that washed  "iloOO in gold  without cleaning.  Save Your Watcti and money  by sending it to us, where it wll receive proper treatment  Mr. E.A.Hill of Moyie is our  agent.  W. F. TATE & SON.  Jewelers and   Graduate Opticians.  CRANBROOK, B. C.  Olllcial Watch Inspector for C.   P.   R  Crow's Nest Pass Division.    V  Tho Fort Steele Bmwing Cj. ha?  plans utn'or way for expensive in -  j.rovt mi-nib at iheir brewery in Feini'1  It i�� estimated th.it tne pioposed improvements will cost at least $25,000.  Fifty Years fhs Siasd^rd  .The waitresses of Spokane are kick.  ���ing.for a t<ix', liotir -flay. At, prison'  the girls work 10'hoi'us daily.��nd seven  days in the week, s" they never havo �����:  holiday. The work As hard aii.l con-  finiog and lhe fiirlV boiieve that tlw  are entitled to at least one d.y's res.  in the week. . Aud.eo they are.  & Greasa ��ITarfur Pander  He FramOrapes  No ton        J  r"ft  Hi I  Ml  ...rl  T5,  - 'A  ',' '-1/ .  rA1'l  -4[  tut I  ��, III,  /'lid  r:**l  .��-','  "X't:  ,T^ THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ^+-M^-H^-H--f+++4+++**  -,     .r"l4t  ': .:-tH  -    'ri* l-  ,,.,j5uJ.'���'i i  -J ,fl^~v^'  'S-.i'Sl't.i  ���'-flr-y^iS  V;ir-gf'   r;i'"W  "'.Qlil'vl?  dp* ���-  I  WW  ''KSOT'  SA>i m -  ���> V lis  Mff&'.v-  I Linked by Fate  BY CHARLES GARVICE  Author of " The Verdict of the Heart/'," A Heritage   ��  of Hate/' "Neil of Sho'rne Mills/*, '���Paid  For/' " A Modern Juliet/' Etc.  f. ������*��������������������"��� f-HHH^-H-f-H^m-H-H"'" ���'���" f t f�� ��� f  (Continued from last week.)  SUCCESS IN   PLAYWR1TING.  * Sir  Chandos  got  out'a  cigar,     but  after n glance along the    tcirace, re-  fraineii from  !ij>htJn^- 'it.  ������Well," he said, shifting his'small,  tightly-shod feet uneasily. "V.eU,  you ciin'i be, blind���no one could be���  to the fact'that .Julian Shore is���cr  ���very much in love with you,' my  dear .Judith."  "Well?" ,she said  ngain and  in   exactly   the'  same   tone.  '     "Well!   Ble.ss  my  soul,     you     don't  want     me   ' to     point     ont  that  von  '     ought' to  shift j-our, objective.  If yon  ���   cun'c   get   tire     present   king  o',    the  castle,  why  not���not  make    for    the  new!"  ' '   Sho   laughed   wearily.  "You talk as, if Vane were an old  iiian,, on the brink of the grave."  "Xo,   he's  not  an  old, man,     but���  well,    accidents     aro   alwnysi   .occurring."   retorted "Sir  Chandos.'   "l-bok  at the way Vvq^ idence shot him into  the     title,   and���and���well,     I've     a  'fancy   Vane   won't   make   old'    bones,  lie looks to  me like a man  who has>  ceased   to   take 'an   interest   in     life,  and   by' gad,  when  that|s     the     case,  life  soon   ceases to  take  an     interest  '    in the man!   Then���then lie is a reckless  devil;' you   saw him  riding-   that  lioise of  his  yesterday?      It    was   a  ' marvel  he  wasn't thrown.     iTark my  '   words,'   lie'll   break  his     neck     some J  day!"       ���' -,,','  Jler'{Xnce  wont   white  in  the    dark-1  ness and licr hands clenched each other. ' '      "  "Uiitil he does���" she began,    then  stopped.    -  "So  whnt'I say is,,'"   resumed   Sir  *_Chandos    with    tho  redundance     and  'emphasis of a, half tipsy.man,   "keep,,  '    the   two   strings,.to  your,    bow,     ;ny'  dear girl.  For  instance, -(there's   no  '' need    to   treat     Shore  so   cavalierly,  lie's a  decent chap, lie's fond of'you,  and  it's my opinion that he'll    come  tnto'this sooner or later���" He swept  his hand across  the view  comprehensively.   "At any. rate,  I'm, dead  "certain   that   you're 'making-     no   ,;head  -way  with  Vane.  Of course  with j-our,  beauty���by'gad,  I'm as proud of    it  as you  t.re!���you might    marry uny-  ��� body; but, well, you've got into the  pace here,and��� Now, take my, ad-  yicc and think the  matter' over."  Sho laughed again. , >  "If I-do not marry Vane, if I,have  lost him,"  she said, ,almost    to her-  , self^  "it does not matter���"  "That's what J say,", her -precious  ��father caught -her up, with an eager  hiccough. , "It's been my motto all  lV my life���and'a'very prosperous life  it's been���that, if, you can't get" the  moon, good cream cheese is lan admirable substitute. v Now do be a,  sensible girl,  my dear: Judith!"  He' stretched out1 a .wavering hand  .to'lay it upon "her shoulder, but she  shrank slightly but perceptibly, and  Sir Chandos, carrying, his hand , to  his moustache and murmuring, , "I'll  just go and, get a ' drink'., Too much  >vsalt in that last savoury," shuffled  jauntily  back/to'* the smoking-room.  Julian, with a i��ale ?face and a  throbbing heart, -was stealing away  when he heard another step on the  terrace, and ho waited..It was Vane's.  ��� Judith also heard it, and with a  smothered' sigh  turned towards  him.  "Who is it?" said Vane. "Ah, it's  you!" as she moved into the light  from the window. "Have you seen  Julian? They want hi'n:^ for biidce.il  "No," she said in the soft, low  and deliciously musical note which  always came into her voice when she  spoke to liiin. He left the drawing-  room  some  tune  ago."  "Gone 'into that den of his. 1 suppose. If so, it's useless to attempt to  draw l.ihi. What a good fellow ho is,  isn't he?" .   .       l'  -"Ves?" she said, Jmlf interrogatively, as-if she knew'ho had a purpose  in0 his  praise.  "Such a���a likeable chap,!' said  .Vane with the nwkwaidness with  which a man approaches a delicate  subject. /'And he's clever, too. The  sort of man who would make  . mark in the world if���if he had  object."  He     lit   a  cigarette,     tossing  match  almost     on   to     Juliun,  smoked   furiously   for  a   moment  two. '  "You���take     a   gn��it    interest  him,"     she said    in    so  low  a  voice  that Julian  had  to  strain  his ears.  "Jtather!" assented Vane, "and naturally, seeing that he will follow me  here."  "Will���follow you?" she repeated,  mechanically.  Vane nodded "Ves. I shall never  marry.'.' She rnoM-.l out of the light  and leant against the railing in her  old attitude "I'm one of those follows  who   are   belter  single."  "Ah, I understand'" she breathed  ,with a long-diuwn sigh.  Vane frowned ntul set Ins teeth.  "See here. .Judith," he s.nd in the  tone of a man who has resoKcd to  speak his mind and to spare neither  himself nor his Jicaior, "I don't think  you do. Of com so I Know you are  thinking of the past and���and our old  engagement. You don't mind my  speaking  of  it?'V>hy  should   you'"  "Wiry should Jv" she said in a  still voice.  "Quite so. That's all past, and I  don't want you to think yon liave  anything to rcpioach yourself with.  "*Ve���well, we made a mistake, that's  all; and it was piecious lucky lor  you that you discoveied it before it  was too late'"  "Was it I only who discoveied it?"  ;she asked. ,  Vane hesitated for a moment. .It'  is never easy to tell a woman that  you have ceased to love her.  "Let us say that you were the  first to make the discovery," ho said,  gently. "We won't diseuss'it.",.'.  "No; it isn't necessary," she said  in a strange voice, as if she were  holding herself under control. "You  have told me enough. I���jilted you,  Vane; but���you found ��� consolation.  There  is  another  woman! "  Vane did not start, but he sot his  teeth and his brows .as if sho' had  struck liim. For a moment he1 was  silent, then, looking straight before  him, he said grimly:  "Vou aro right,1'there is���there was  nnotlier woman."  Her hand stole to her bosom and  clutched the lace there. She had hoped against hope for a swjft ! denial;  the confirmation of,her dread was  almost     more  than, she  could     bear,;  Ins  tin  the  and  or  in  Scarcely  breathing  she   stole a   little  closer to Jiim.  o "Tell���tell    me      nliout    her," ' she  whispered. '    '  lie shrank again; but after a pause,  during which she thougiit he must'  hear the wiJd beating of lier Jieart,  lie  said: '  "I don't tliink I can.      There     are  some tilings��� No. no, just Jet it rqjst  at  that "  "Is  she���is'she  anyone  T  know?"    ,  "No,", he replied almost curtly.  , "Slie is,  of comse, very   beautiful?  I���I, can't  imagine  you ��� caring .for  a  pJain   woman."  He  drew his hand  across Jus brow.  "Slic��� , Let    it     rest."     he    said,  hoarsely.', "I< did   not  want  to   speak  of myself,  but���Julian.'".  She stood motionless, as ,if she  had not lieard him, then as' if she  had suddenly become conscious of his  words, slie said, in a voice absolutely emotionless: , i ,  "Mr. Julian Shore?". ,\  '"Yes. t Judith, he���lias fallen In  love with vou."   '    /  "And you���you have come to plead  his cause!""slie said swiftly through  her  closed  teeth.        '  "I have, come to plead his cause."  ho assented, resolutely. "It's like my  impudence; yb'i think? 33ut, -consider,  ,-Judith! lie is of my kith and kin; I  like liim, I nin' fond ol him, nnd ��� I  don't like to sec Jiim suffer. .The- poor  fellow has got thin and worn���oh,  but you i know, you must .know! -I  know ,what you are going to ftav.  tlint he might'speak for .Jvjmself. But  Julian' is the last man to do that  in sucli'a case.- ITe is, poor, I. stand  between him and the title, the estate, lie thinks; and rightly, that  you care far 'above liim. And he ,is  just tlint sensitive, high-minded kind  of fellow who would suffer in silence  ���and "yoii^'treat liim, well, not too  gently." " ' ';   ,���    ;'  Her   breath   was  coming fast,     and  slie' moved  a  little  away     from   him  t,tliat,hc might not see the-passionate  .heaving of her' bosom.  "So  Jet me plead  Jiis cause," -Vane,,  went   on,'warming 'to  his    advocacy.'  and deaf and  ljlind     to    tJie, passion  which1 was, rending  her.       "I'm   convinced   that he  would   make you���"  ' ,"A   good  husband,"     she    finished,  quite calmly. ' '  "Well,, it sounds pretty  banal;  but  that's'"what T was going to say," he  admit ted.     ".And, tliat  he   loves  you.  with a'U1 his heart ontT'soul, I've seen'  ���and  you  must" liave scon���for some,  time past.  ���!  know  tlie signs,"  in  a>  low voice,     but without     bitterness.  "And, mind, 1 anl not, altogether disinterested.'"     , '     " ,1  '"No?"  she  said,   keeping  the surging mockery 'from" her voice.  "No.  Prominent Playwrights In England Disclose    Their    Modus    Senbendi���  Many Ways of Building P!ays.  There is generally an air of mystery  surrounding- ihe wurkshop and methods  of the successful dramatist. That a certain  fortunate band  of  men  should be  constantly   turning   out   .plays   which  meet with the favor of .the public enr  nances th'e popular idea1 that there must  be some royal road lo success in play-  writing,  though  as a  matter  of    fact  every playwright has his own parlicu-,:  Jar method, unlike that of any other.  -  Mr. R. c. Carton, the author of "Mr.  Ifopkinson," for instance, has a method  quite his own., He keeps what lie" terms  a pickle-tub, or, in other v.xirds, a bi>ol<:  In whleli he jots down ideas which occur ��to  him' at  different   times    when  walking or riding In trains and omnibuses.   "When he decides to 'Write a play  ho refers to this book, picks out what  characters  he  prefers  and  begins    to  weave his romance around tliem.    But  even before he lias the story properly  fixed   in  his   mind   he, christens  them.  He(ls very particular as to his choice of  names,  and'admits  that  many  ot tho  names  of his cliarac'ters    are t chosen  while looking, in shop windows.  Grundy's 'Method.  Mr. Sydney Grundy works'in quite a  different" fashion.    His first idea'is td  get, his story complete, whleli he does  out of doors or while pitting in, his garden.    Then he'sets to work to conquer  his entrances and'exlts, and It Is inter-;'  esting to know that lie'does all his work  through   tho  medium    of   a   draughtboard, moving the pieces from place to  THE DAMGER THAT  LURKS IN COLDS  And How Serious   Results, Can   bo   Avoided  by Use of  Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine  Triorc is one way in which the rav-  vages of consumption can be very  materially lessened and that is by tlie  prompt and thorough cure of coughs  and colds.  While weak lungs undoubtedly predispose to lung trouble and, consumption, the beginning must always be  witli a neglected cold  ''13y directing your attention to I3r.  Cluisp's Synip of-Unseed ami Turpentine, 'we make known to you tlie most  coitain and effective means of cuiiug  coughs and colds anil preventing such  diseases aft bronchitis, consumption  and pneumonia.  This is- not a now medicine, not an  experiment,- but a, preparation which  h;is successfully stood tlie test of time  and has to-day'by far tlie largest sale  of any similar treatment.  Jf we can only help,you to realize  the danger of-'neglecting couglis and  colds, we Ivnow that you will, not run  the  in  VJJUO, Hi;        HllUtt 111UL        J   U H ��   4111     1LU l.        ��..--  he risk pf depending on'any '-cougli  .ilxlure"*the druggist may'i'hoose tp  ! liaiid you out, but will insist on getting a medicine with a reputation,  such as Dr. Gliase's Syrup of Linseed  and Turpentine.  Mr. John Ciark, coachman. Port  Hope, Ont., wri'tes: "Jieing exposed to  all sorts of .weather I frequently catch  cold. J^ast winter I was so bad with-a  cold I could not speak aliove a whls  per, smil had groat pains ir. tlie chest.-  At'last 1 feared il, would develop'into  consumption if I did not succeed in  getting proper treatment. A friend  advised me 'to try Dr. Chase's Syrup  of Linseed and Turpentine and 1' he  gun to improve before ,1 liad taken  half a bollle. Ono bottle cured my  cojd wliich I believe 'would liave proven very serious if I liad, not used this  medicine." '. ,,'  'Jt is impossible for a doctor topre  scribe lor. a man more effective treatment lor croup, bronchitis, whooping  cough, asthma,1 coughs and colds than  Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed' and  Turpentine. 25 cents a bottle, at all  dealers. '  for, and pay no attention'to It whatever and vet expect the hens to give  them a profitable return in eggs.  There are just three absolute requirements for success in, poultry  keeping���the first, to have a,line of laying hens fed for producing eggs; second to properly house them during the  winter months so that they will be  comfortable, provide dry floors and  deep litter���over a foot deep���for them  to scratch in; and, third, to properly  house, feed, water and care for them  as hens should be kept for the profitable egg producetion in the ��� winter  months.���Washington Feather.  place,  according to  tho  movement^, of  his characters In the play.   Then he'be-  1 want to see tthe man wlio  will conic after me -make a-better  tiling of his life tlian I'liave "done". I  want him ' to -, bo���happy. And", by1  George, Julian will never be happy  unil 1 he ,haslVon you!"  ,"Or you Jiave won me for him?"  slie said. i 1  Jle looked.at her. quickly. ����� .  ', \ on are offended, indignant?" he  said "I'm sorry. J beg yo.'lr pardon, Judith, beg it most humbly!  And I'm a airaid l'\o done Julian  more harm with \ou than good. But  I���well, I presumed on ^ our old���  friendship���" , "���  She moved suddenly, nf if sho wore  losing (he conlio! o\er herself which  she had maintained bv an almost  supci-human i-fiui t If Viine. Alanner-  lng.hnd sought, tor a modi- Ol a\.-ng-  lng himself lor hei t'en linen t of him,  ho could nut ha\e found a more  deadly, a more ei uel ono. Tor a  moment or tuo her lips trembled  With the rage���and, ,\.'S, 'hate���nhuh  possessed Ii<t; bin she pies'ed her  hand to her lips and lorced the hot  \l ords bat k. .  "Vou���mean well." s'ie suit! nt  last "Your coii"n should be very  grill.-ful   to you���" "��� '  '���Then���then j ou aie not offended?  You'll think it ovei, and���and be a  little kinder \n Ju,lian,��" lie said,  gravely, e.n nesl Iy.  "I will think it over, and Mr.  Shme shall li.nu no cause to'complain of my unkiiKliioss,"- she said.  Then suddenly she laugh'*!, not'loud-  ly, but so straii(.el\ thnt Vane stait-  ed and looked at her with questioning surprise, for us he had censed to,  lo\e ln-r, as his hi art was buried  tlu-ie on tlie I'airy Isle, he had no  suspicion that she still canil foi  him liad she not Jolt, him ol hoi own  free   will''  "What���what is the matter?" he  asked with all the d-'iisenest, of the  stiMiglilloi'ttui il in.in  ���'-Nothing' she icplied the laugh  d\ n>g Midilciil} and her voice once  moie mipassKi- and emotionless. "1  was only thinking how well jou had  peifui-nu'il vour task, that���that il I  had known the truth I imglit havo  sp.uod ins self soni". as it proves,  quite unnecessary w.morse. Jlut the  past, our past, is past, as y'ou  say���"  ' Quite,    quite,''    be    said,  "Shu 11   wu     go   in   now?    The  chillw"  ���'Thanks, no; 1 should like to remain out a little longei, should, nn-  tui.illj. like to be alone to think of  ���Mi    J uliiin Slioii1.'  \ urn1 regai il.-d her wilh a vague uneasiness, then, having nothing to  s.iv, said nothing, but with a slight  nod of acquiescence, went into the  house.  She stood for a 'moment or two as  lie had-left her,-.then, supporting lier-  self b.v.tlie rail, moved slowly to the  end of tho terrace; there, out from  Uie light of ..the , windows', she. flung,  up her hands to licr face and choked  back tlie moan of wounded pride, .of  outraged love, of the worst humiliation which a woman can sutler; - the  avowed indifference of tho man she  loves. Loves! '..There', was not one  ember of love left in the lire which  smouldered in',her. heart, but in its  1-ilacu a Jjnte as. savage as death!  (Tp  be, Continued.)  -gwis to actually compose his play;, and,  with the draught-fboard still before him,  writes 'sjeadlly day by"day,- with few  corrections, till it Is finished.  .     _   '  'Mr.  Cecil  Raleigh,  the  author of'so  many   Prury' X.ano   successes,     admits  that   the  majority   of '^hls 'plays   flash  across his mind at once, and he .writes  straight  ahead   what  Ji'ts   Occurred   to  hlrn In that moment.   Pine'ro once gave  j'hlm a tip which he. has borne In, mind  ever since, and "this was:   "A play is'a  success or a failure frOm,the moment  the Idea Is  first  born-in- the mind of  the author."-''It Is saJd that his play,  "Hearts  are ^Trumps,"   was   completed  In two months from t!ie day 'lie began,  although, he never writes ,for more than  three hours at a.,tlme.'-     V      J  1        ,.      V.How Barrie Works.    V '   .. '  Mr. J.  M.' Barrie   writes . his .plays  whenever-the'mood takes liim. "-With  the whole plan of., the play'mapped out  in his mind he sits down to write, and  does not leave his task'till 'the jplay 'is  finished.     Tlie   Idea . of   his   first^ play,  ''Walker, London,',' which made him famous.,'occurred to him one'.night while  he was walking round Nottingham Castle, and it is  interesting"to knqw that  "Peter Pan" was evolved at a children's'  party.    He works, out all his scenes in  his head, but' insists on having his play  complete 'before putting pen to paper,  with 'the result that there''are''few corrections  in  the  manuscript    jvlien    it  goes to the typists. i        ,;'      '  Mr. Haddon Chambers, before he be-.;  gins a,play, makes very detailed notes  of, every incident, and .then as soon as  he is readj-, to b'egin the first act he sits  down and revises these notes, cutting  out everything' which he th,lnks"might  be omitted from the play, so as to (jnake  the story morccompact. 'He saj's'that  it is nothing short' of,_a terror to him 'to  write the first two pages of a new play,  .but when, he has warmed to the work''  -it runs smoothly., As a rule he finds  the second ���aef the most difficult to  write, and it it^ does not run as he  wishes he will tlirow the play aside for  several- months and' let it simmer In  'his (braln during" this time, finally, re-,,  turning to it sufficiently enthusiastic" to  continue to'the end. "He gets his idea?  mostly when walking, and the inspiration of "The"Golde"n Silences" his,last  play, came to him suddenly while walking. In Fifth'avenue, New York.  MACE HAS ARRIVED.  Symbol  of,1 Majesty  tor Saskatchewan  Legislative  Chamber. ,    '  --The  mace   lo'r   tho provincial legislature ,lias   reached^   llegina, aiid',e.Vr  ceods all expectations in its beauty of  workmanship,    il  is;  Strikingly    Canadian in design, and consistently Canadian   nn its   manufacture,   being- the  product of the Insignia Department of  Ry'rie  Bros.,, Limited,  Toronto's leading, jewelers   and   'goldsmiths.     Th'e  richly  chased ,and. heavily  appllqiied  decorations include such-, national and  imperial   sjmibols  as rthe- maple leaf,  beaver, wheat, sheaf, rose/thistle and  shamrock.   . The    rod.'with'its surmounting  crown- measures four  feet,  and,ls'0f massive brass,-heavily'gold,  plated. -   Tlie seal  at  the  top .'of the  crown  is > an especially "elaborate' ancl  beautilul  specimen of tlie~nietal,^art-  INCREASING PRODUCTION.  ihcor's skill.  ft  A Sour Stomach and; a Sour Temper  travel hand-in-hand and' are . the pre-,  cuisors of .mental "and physical wreck.  Nine hundred and ninety-nine times In  a thousand food ferment (Indigestion) Is  the cause. ,V>r. < Von Stan's Pineapple  Tablets'keep the--stomach sweet���aid digestion���keep the nerve centers ,,well  Balanced ��� they're nature's panacea ���  pleasant  and   hannless. ' 3E>   cents.�����S -  Servian 'contiacts iv.i,gunsjiave beer  ���riven, to , a Krencli firm, vtheordei  amountingvto ��I.(iOO.000.  Sunlight Soap is better . than'? othei  soaps, "hue is best when' used in the  Sunlight way. Buy Sunlight Soap  , nd follow4directions. '  " ! 7"   . V    ^  The'American consular*   officials are  invpsriga'iiig the looting of a Standard  Oil launch  by .Chinese pirates.  gently  all       is  The   Honeycomb.  The honeycomb made by bees is always in regular geometric figures and  solves the problem of the largest economy of space with tlie .smallest expend-  If ������ire of material. '  Prof. Dewar on Whiskey.  'At, North London Police Court recently Mr. Fordham continued the  hearing ot the summonses under ��� tho  Food and Drugs Act against Messrs  Wells and Davldge, licensed tiaders, ot  IJolloway, for selling as Scotch and  Irish whiskey tho product of the patent still, or silent or neutral spirit.  Prof. Sir James Dewar defined whiskey as follows: "ft Is a generic name  given to tlie varieties of a'rdojit spirit  as prepared In Scotland and Ireland  from the,.distillation of the fermented  infusion \' of" grain���technically' called  the wash." At the present time it was  Impossible to set up a standard as to  what whiskey should really contain in  the waj- of by-products. It was certain, however, that the by-products  were in greater proportion In' the pot  still whiskey, yet chemjsts liad not yet  discovered -what gave rise to tho bouquet and  flavor pf the spirit.  In cross-examination Sir James Dewar said that if pot still s'pirit was sent  to London and mixed with silent spirit  the mixture would not bo Scotch whiskey.     '  ' DEAFNESS CANNOT'BE CURED,  oy local applications, as they'.cannot  reach the diseased poitlon-or the ear.  Thero is only one way to curd, deafness,  and that "is.'by constitutional remedies.  Deafness Is caused by "an inflamed- condition 'of the mucous lining; of the Eustachian Tube. When1 this tube Is Inflamed  inflammation can be taken out. and this  hearing, and-whenv\lt-Is entirely'closed.  Ptafness Is the .result, "and unless' the  Inflammation 'can be taken out and this  tube restored to' its 'normal 'condition,  ���hearing will be' destroyed forever; nine,  cases out ofj'tonS'are caused bv "Catarrh,,  which is nothing but, an" Inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces; ' x j -  ' We will give One- Hundred Dollars'for  anv case of DeafnessCcaused bv Catarrh"  that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh  Cure.    Send' for   circulars  free.  F. J  CHT3N-KY  &.CO.,  Toledo,  O.  Sold   bv   Druggists.   75c.  Take Hall's Family '^llls for, constipation  CUTiiifi.jlIIsi.l   j.i   .Tew  umnca.  Cannibalism has not yet been quite  stamped out in British Xew Guinea.  The natives have well cultivated gardens, they occupy long settled villages,  and their relations wilh Iiuropeans are  generally harmonious. Iu each .village  one of the most influential chiefs is selected as village constable, given a uniform, a pair of handcuffs, a brass  badge aud $." a year and is kept under  constant personal supervision by the  six white magistrates. Crime is comparatively rare owing apparently to the  fnct that the natives are not allowed to  obtain any intoxicating linuor.  irfVf' "I,1, '''V  e   I rust  octors  If you are suffering, from  impure blood, thin blood, debility, nervousness, exhaustion, you should begin at once  with Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the  Sarsaparilla you have known  all your life. -Your doctor  knows it.too. Ask him about it.  Ton moat look well after the condition of  your liver and bowels. Unless there is daily  action of tlio bowels, poisonous products are  absorbed, causing headache, biliousness, nausea, dyspepsia, and thnB preventing the Sar-  saparflla' from doing Its best work. -Ayor's  Mils are liver pills. Act Kbi.tly. all vegetable.  Tho dose is only one pill at bedtime.     j .  mow  . Made by J. O. Ayer Co.. Lowell, Mass, j  Also manufacturers, ot      ���  V HAIR VIGOR.  /3,f*C AGUE CURE.  LJO   CHERRY PECTORAL.  'Two Japanese merchants -were -ar  rested 'at Vladivostok for possessing plans of the-fortiJic-iiti'oiis.  " An  Eloquent  Criticism.   -    ,"'  ' Theodore Thomas, in conducting an  orchestra, 'seemed impassive,, imperturbable. A writer in the Outlook commenting upon this says-that he was apparently -without .passion or feeling,  yet ,the appearance was not, reality,  and at one of Mr. Thomas' rehearsals  tt was fully contradicted.  At a certain point in the symphony  tho orchestra' -was playing In perfect  time and tuno, but with a certain mechanical effect which no one had noticed until Mr. Thomas suddenly  rapped the music stand before him.  Tbe orchestra , stopped. Then with  his hand he imitated tlie action of an  organ grinder.  With only a word to Indicate th��  bar at which the orchestra was to take  up the music, ho struck the rack before him ,for attention, and with a  movement of his baton gave the signal.  The orchestra repeated the passage  he had criticised by dumb show, and  this time it played with spirit and  fire.  A Silent Land.    ,  In the rainless Interior of Australia  there is 'a silence of the grave. This  deathlike silence has a peculiarly depressing effect. If ��� two men are  camped and one of them goes to a distant township to,get .provisions whilo  the other remains behind to look after  the camp, tho man who is to remain  says to his mate in forcible gold fields  language, "Now, Bill, don't you be long  away. You know what kind of a placo  this is to live in by yourself." If his  mate Is away for two or three days,  tho silence gets upon the man's nerves,  and in the end be shouts in order to  make a noise, and then he la afraid of  tlie Bound of his own voice. ���  More Gol.l  In  <lie Sea.  The subject of gold in sea water and  the possibility of profitably extracting  it is a-fascinating one. A professor in  the 'University of Brussels, M. P. de  Wlldo, has taken up the; subject and  proposes a new method of getting out.  the precious metal. Sea water Is treated ;wlth a strong acid solution of chloride, of tin at the rate of five cubic  centimeters (about one-third cubic inch)  to tho ton. The gold forms with the tin  the. compound known; as-purple, of cas-  Rius.'and when: Time-water Is added  this Is fixed on the flaky precipitate of  magnesium hydrate, which falls to tho  bottom. From this the gold is set free'  by the addition of potassium'cyanide  and can then be recovered by the usual  well known metliods.' Professor de  Wlldo considers that much of the gold  In sea water is thrown down to the bottom. Whether the gold can be profitably extracted by' the above method does  not yet appear.���London Globe.  It Pays to Select and Breed1 Carefully  '  For the Best Hens. '      '   ���  ' Many years, agor we were    content  ���wjth  the hen  that  produced   twenty-  Yive' or thirty eggs in a year, .When the  statement was mado that hens, could'  produce a hundred eggs, It was    declared absurd. Then the suggestion was  made in,the columns of this'paper that  the 200-egg hen was uear'at hand. Considerable comment was caused by this,  yet there are many proofs at hand that  hens have produced In one year, under  perfectly good management, as many  as 200 eggs.-      <        -      , . ,r      ���<>'*'���,  -   There are not' nearly so - many,- of,  ittiese as,tliere should be, nor as there,  could be,,rif' people ,, would    carefully  "select their., breeding stock for    that  particular ,purpose. We have before us  a"statement of several-pens "ofa'fowls.  One produced an average of 120 eggs,  two others about 150 eggs, one pen '188  eggs, another pen about    200.   .Eggs  were hatched from each of these pens,  and, the, best egg-producing pullets of  all that were hatched came ,from   the'  hens which laid the'.eggs.in the', pen  .that averaged 200 eggs per year.    .  ,We know what a terrible strain it" is  upon the constitutional vigor of auhen  to produce as many as ISO to 200 eggs  In a year. This Is most likely to - bo  done hy pullets In their first year, and  we believe that if'tliese same' pullets  would-be properly cared for and kept  into the spring- of. thelrrisecondr year  -as hens and not worjted'too hard for;  the,.egg production, tho    eggs    from"  .them ��would establish a line -ot   egg-  ��� producing poultry that It    would'- be  ' hard to overcome.    ' ��   ,   , 4   ,  \Much more attention is 'given^to selecting the stock from which fine milch  cows are 'grown than wo recommend  for producing,' a laying' strain of- poul-'  *try."When the-time' comes" to hatch tho  chicks in' the' spring,' many ,of us are  much too' anxious ,to place; the "first  eggs we can lay our hands'on "under the  hen to be hatched"or into" the,Incuba-  i tor.-as; may'be;; but if we would select  ^in advance these heavy', egg-pr'oducing  pullets of the year before ...and" keep  them'for the express-purpose of laying  the eggs from which to hatch our laying pullets for the next winter, we  would be surprised'at' the utartlingi'In-  crease 'of egg yield that we would have  as a result of such selection.  ��� Pullets hatched from eggs that come  from hens that only produce thirty-flvo  or forty eggs 'a year do not inherit the  laying Instinct, rather would they In-  * herit the propensity of the mother hens  not to lay so many,eggs. While, on the  other'hand, eggs from rthe continuous  .and large egg producers would be pullets that would naturally become large  egg producers themselves.  That like will produce like is a very  old saying. It is. a saying worthy of  consideration in the poultry business.  Hens that are heavy, egg producers are  more than likely, to produce their'own  kind, while hens that are poor egg pro-,  dncers are doubly certain to produce  those less prolific than themselves.  Another feature of vital importance  ,-is the selection ot male birds from tho  hens that have been fine egg producers  in line for, several generations^ If tho  proper amount of attention Is-given to  both of these necessary requirements,  people will find that the increased egg  production in their flocks will be so  marked as to be beyond all expectations. Hundreds of people coniplain  that their poultry does not produce any  eggs during the winter'months, , and  that they lay so Saw eggs during the  entire year as to make them unprofitable as egg producers; and while complaining of this known fact they will  continue year after year to hatch their  pullets from the same hens that havo  never laid enough eggs to pay for the  corn they eat. Then, again, many  people will read In their papers bow  nonltrv, ohonUl   bo kAnt.   fed and  e.arci'  Indlapeii'Mi frill ty.  ' "No." said a lecturer, "it doesn't da  to get swelled head and  think you're  Indispensable  to  the  welfare  of  thla .  world. K   '     i   .       '        i .  ' "I was in the lobby of a big hotel In  Cincinnati when a bus load of traveling  salesmen came from tlie station.' Ev-,  ery man of them as he signed' the register paused"to sbuke bauds with tlie  hotel clerk, a1 fatherly old'fellow who  had Iteon there many years.  " 'Ah,' said one of them to the clerk,  'It's a good thing you're still on deck.  Uncle Dave. I don't think,tbe house  could run wltbout.you.* , r , ,  ' " 'Couldn't It, just!' said Uncle Dave.  'You fellows woujd come In here, and  if tlierc was a strange clerk you'd say,  "Where's Uncle Dave?" > ' 5  ",'And the" clerk would say: "Why},  didn't you hear? , lie died *. month  ago."     .' < ,   , ^. .,,      - , ������  ���' 'And then ^ou'd say: "Well, I'll bo  darned!   That's too bad.  ,Say, ;whon7J  dinner be ready?"* ^L".     ''   < B'  -   ,      . *��� ', .  - (J'    No Jail��rf. V"  '   ,'  '    '     ,'  Ethel���ITe'sjiist crazy, over her since  they became engaged.0,-ne-says she's'  -an angel. ,,       ',    ���,'   ,        .  ,   '   "  1   ElsieMVell. of course the poor, fellow,  never saw an angeJ.���Town'Topics..'   ^  THERETiP; Zr,  A MASS 0FPR00F  THAT-    LUMBAGO i   IS1.   ALWAYS  CURED BY DODD/S KIDNEY.j PILLS.  Are1 you a success a3 a bhM  maker? Is your cake .uul P,.."**  complimented by your f.i,.-rJ-> ^  If not, whoie fault is j '"  or the miller's. $�� yoa ���~��*  ful in other lines, yoJr re^*  as a cook it-vindicated, ^ ;t  plainly the fault of die flour. "  ' Lool- up ihc Eooj b-U snJ  pastry makers' cf your s:^3,mw "  and get their Hour cjtpc:;;n,.c  iirj  Yuvrwul find th  =1 molt of mn,,  arq using ' .-   '  Royal Household Flour  .gladly paying a little more j*r ban-, j  for it arid getting for*t���a, (;xlri ^  a,purer, better flour. _ I-'6, brcarf w  pastry, ir has no ci]u.il. ��� c  ��� Ogilvic's Royal Ho^htili!-.  repeat  the  name to  y0Jr  grot���r_  ,t\PflilvI�� Flour .Mills Co., Lid  "    -    , V       Montreal.  .' "Ogilyio'p J5n.ilc for ii Ci;V"tmi  .taina 130 pages,of,owll  n ,������,"*   9 neyer mibli.shod l|(j,��,    v" ^'   er can tell vou Ik. u I.., ���  some neyer milili.shod lyum    v"^'  KTocei'cmi tell you h<j\\ lo^ait l'ltl.T  .Quebec  Man,Cured   his" Kidneys with  ' Dodd's" Kidney Pills', and^HIs' Lufn-  bago Vanished/-  ,\Vi.r7, i.. "��* \ ,   '  ."quebec/.p. Q., April, 2 -7-; (Special).,  ������John, Ball, a bricklayer,",residing at  57'Little Champlain Street, this city,  has added'his statement* to'Hie great  mass of .proof that Lumbago' is caused  J>y �� disordered'   kidneysVanil < coiise '  nuently  easily.1 cured,by Docld's'-Kiil  ney Pills. .Mr. Ball'says":'' ..   '   *���',''-  ,   "I was trpubled (with  Lumbago for ,  two 'years.'   I could , not, work.    I had  fo'get up at,nights to urinate so'bften  that my re'st" was'' broken. ��� ��� I read "of f  cures    by-Dodd's.'.Kidney Pills and f  made up' my. mi'iid to��� try them.    After")  the ' flr3t   boxM could,, feel and see .a'"  change.--Three boxes cured'.me' c6m-  pieteiy.",      -V:, '  ,  . i', \ ���.  :..,,  Lumbago,    , like   vRh��uniatlsm;<   is  caused by uric acid in. the blood. Uric  acid,, cannot stay  in ,the\ blood,if the  ,l<idneysrare  working, right: -   Dodd's  kidney Pills make" the KIdnevs work"  right.-    --''-.,.'    ,"-:-   ;"v:V'V  Kind Ladyr(visifing the jail)^���I uri-u  lcrstand. !C, was your1 love for ^liquor,  that'brought'you here?-';" "*��� ' ' ~e -  , Jlmjam Vlake-'���Don't. youse,. believe  it, nia'am.j. Dis>Ia de las'-placojoh eurl/3  I'd - coh|e ,,10 if 1^ Svuz - IookinV'for-a  MnkP'.Vi-  -,-"-,<1       ";,  v *". ";, V:'<V  ��� K-i  - ���'..'. . V'- '"'���'-''      ''"- '-\.' '���' - ,,"i"  .Have you'a 'sklnYDl��ea��e?���Tct'tcr.'' Salt  llheum, ScaldvJicnd.-,Rlnyworm,*Eczema,,  Itch, ��� Barber's -' Itch, w TJleern, -Blotches.)-,  Chronic -Erysipelas, Liver Spots* PrurlKO.  Psorluls, or other eruptions of the skin  --what .-Dr. Agnew'a Ointment hai?' done  for ,others It can do for you���cure you. '  One application ..gives  relief.  35 cents-H!7  , "Tho debate on the .budget in France  shows that ..finance'is the weakest,  ^plank in the administration qf'the r<>-'  publican regime. ���"  ,���,������1 .-  , .Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches, Cub  an Itch on Human, or animals cured  n 30 minutes by Wolford's Sanitary  Lotion. It never falls. At all druggists.  EARN CASH  In Your Leisure Time'  '.Ifyou could start at once in a bus,.  ness which- would, add 1* pood reur,d  sum to jour 'present earnings���uni  OUT    INVESTING-  A    DOUAR-wju!^  ypu  do It'?  '   ;_ , '  rWell,,we 'are"willing to sUrtyoju  a profitable business and -wedoa'taji  you to put" up anykindpf a dollaV,,  /.Oui;.,proposition  is  (hia,j "HV ��sn,  ���ship you the Chatham Incubator iai  Brooder, freight prepaid, and  You- Pay ,No: Cosh Until  After 1906 Harvest.  "1 Poultry raiding pays. . ,  ', i( People Who tell yo'u (hat there is no  rmoney in raising chicles may have tried  lo make moneyjjn the biisinesi bj using  setting-'^hens as hatchers, antj they  might, as _-well have tried t\i locate a  gold mine' in'the cabbage patch.' The  business of a hen is���10,Jay eggs, v As  a'_ hatcher - and brooder she, is out-  ,clas��ed.' That's 'the business of the  Chatham 'Incubator arid Hrooder, and  they do it perfect!)' and successfully.  < ' The .poultry business, properly conducted, pays far Iwtter Inan any othei  business for tlie .amount, of time and  money  invested. ,        )  Thousands of poultry- raiser?.���men  and women all over Canada and the  United States���have proved to'their  satisfaction that it is profitable to raiie  chicks with the  CURED HIS WIFE  of LA GRIPPE  Very few persons acquit themselves  ��� nobly  in' tlieir  maiden  speech.,  At a  wedding feast recently' the bridegroom  was called upon, as usual, to respond  ,to the given toast, In spite,of t'^e fact:  that he had previously pleaded  to be i  excused.   Blushing to the roots'of bis !  hair, he rose to bis fct, lie intended ;  to Imply that he was unprepared ,for |  speech    making,    but,    unfortunately)  placed his hand" upon the bride's shoulder, and   looked  down   air her  as  he  stammered out, Ills opening (and concluding) words:   _ .  "This���or���-thing has been thrust up-  9n me."���London Tit-Bits.  - To further , encourage tho use of  pure, clean seed grains; the Canadian  pacific ' itailway Company has announced that on shipments Of wheat,  Max, white oats, clover, and grass  seeds from between C. P.' R. stations  west of Port William, half rates' will  be applied, This concession - .will,  however, only'apply on grain clean of  weed seeds of goo'd quality, shipped  prior to May 15th and on satisfactory  evidence that the shipment is for seeding purposes only.  Quebec Man tells how the Great Con*  sumptive Preventative was  an all-round Benefit  " My wife took La Grippe when she wfti  in Ottawa,"says R. N. Dafoe ofNorthfleld  Farm, Que., in an interview. " She got a  bottle of Psychine and alter using it for a  few days she was quite well. I took a cold  and amusing it and am getting all right.  I think Psychine is one of the best tonics  on tbe marked to-day." .  'There you have'the whole matter in a  nutshell. La Grippe and colds are among  the forerunners of consumption.  Thisman had one, his wife hstd the other.  Psychine not only cured bothi but it built  them up so that their bodies are strong  enough to' resist disease. All seeds of  comsumption are killed by   ,  (Pronounced Si-keen)  50c, Per Bottle  Larger alaoa Si nnd ��2���all druffslata.  DR.  T.  A.  SLOOUM, Limited, Toronto.  Character Shown   In   "Worlc.  A foolish person builds foolishly, and  a  wiso one  sensibly,  a  virtuous   one  beautifully  and   a   vicious   one   badly,  if stonework  is well  put  together  It  means  that a  thoughtful  man cut it  and  an  honest  man   cemented  It.     If  It has too much ornament It means that  its carver wus too greedy of pleasure,  If too  little  that he  was  rude  or  insensitive or stupid or tho like.   A man  may bide himself from you or misrepresent himself to you   every Other way,  but he cannot in his work.   /There be  sure you have him to the utmost, all  that he likes, all that be sees, all that  he can dc���his imagination, his- affection, his perserverance, his impatience,  clumsiness,   cleverness,   everything   Is.  there.,   If the work, is a cobweb you  know it was made by a spider,  if a  honeycomb by  a bee,  a worincast Is  thrown   up   by   a  worm   and   a   nest  wreathed  by  a  bird,   and  a  house' Is  built by. a man worthily if .he is worthy  and'ignobly If he is ignoble.    And always, from the least to the greatest,  as a thing made Is good or bad so is  the maker of It  The rtrtite! ,    . |f  "This bat of mine," stormed tlie wife,  "has been out of date for ten solid  years."  "I should certainly liave thought," responded her shameless husband, "that  tlie styles would have swung back to It  at least onco In that length of time."  60 E��s  120 f^s  ��0 Eggs  chItham incubator  and brooder.  "'Yours Is tho flrsf. (nciit.-u��r! hvte  mod. and I wIrIi to ��l..le>J >i��J -'  chickH.outof 6>! ck^v. Tin-��.��������>���/  first, lfil; truly a KM pbr 'cr,'. Wv"n.  larn Vv el] pleliwitl willimVuiviilwlor  ami nrucxltfr. Tnos. M( .NiVi.ini.:'.  Chilli wack, U.C."  "ily first hatch ennic nf. 1 K"t  170 nnochleUs froin W. M-- ," h>]  can boat th..t for tho lli.-t lr..il. *��;  bo early In tho uprlnir. 1 ." ��.'���  plowed with IneiiVator. ������'��'' ,f,  cotild not fret another umii.j ">�����"  not buy It from me. h\cr\ fivnii'r  Bhould liavo. a'Xo. 3 CluLtlmm In. u-  baton���1\ W. ltiuui, Jiuiim.!.<���.  OnU"  "Tho Jncuhator you furiM-h. .1��,,��  worka oxccodliurl^cll., 1�� V' "f",S  operated, and only nccl-. .ili"'U '"  'mlmitoa   attention   a\cry ilm , �����  . MCQUVFIK,  M.OCHK JAW. As-11.  ' The Chatham Incuhploi ami Hrooiler  is honestly constructed. Tln-re is nc  humbug about it. Every inch ofinatena,  is thoroughly tested, the machine is  biiilt on right principles, tlie insulation  is perfect, thermomclor 'n-iiible, anil  tlie workmanship the best.  The Chatham Incubator nnd Brooder  is simple as well as scientific in construction���a woman or girl can operate  the machine in their leisure moments.  You pay us no cash until after 1500  harvest. '       ,  Send us your name and address on  a post card to-day.  We can  supply you aulcklr '-Tn"'"  rtistributfnir wnrohousOH at t��bra '��� "  don. Wina. AV'tnnluejr, New tt c-tmi'H<'���  n.c!. Montreal. Jlallfax. Chntlinu'-  A<1��"-  atl correspond unco to Chatham.  TheManson Campbell Cq.iU"*'  Depl.235. CHATHAM. CANADA  Tactorles at CHATiriM, Ont., anil IlKTltoiT.  Let  us quote  you prices  on a dood Fannind Ml"  or dood Farm Scale.  MR. GLEAS0N OF GREENWOOD  "For years I havo been  troubled with Piles. At limca  T would havo lo lie dou a nnu  romnin perfectly quiet for  hourH. Hnch altuck nas wore  than tlio lust. I triod raauy  File medicine!) but ffot no  bettor till I used Ilcm-ltoi.l.  and this cured mo permanently. Tlinnki to Horn- ^  Roid, I nm now.froo. froni /  every symptom of=3'ilos. L;  M. Olkabok." Aosistant Post  Moatitr, Groonwood, Ont.    , ....  ���Th.Mi��ands tell the same'-atory of���IT,('rn",|J7  tbe $1,000 Ouarnntflod Pile Curo.    All vlriiUV'AT  91.00,; or'. Tub    Wiut'oN-Fvi-B  Niagara Falls,, On>.  Co.,  Limit*',  li  ���I5vcn.-llor��c��   11 live   r"rl"   .',ms|.  ��� '��� Nowadays almost ever.'! .kind '>'     ;d.  ness is carried on in "parlors." ���' l     ,^  Ing , to" the   lul'vertiseiucuts,   1'1(-     o'f  proper jiluc-e to cut or drink, to  ' -  sell, Ih 11 parlor.   Hut, ludicrous iu<> ���-  mo. Ih^'S':.0",!-  it   remained   for  a   l''in  ills-  .11  pliiys the sign, "I-iorsesboolng T'11' �� '  ���New York Prep��.  the parlor fad: lias becon...-. .���-    -|n(|)  town,, it������ renifilned ,for  a   l''1''''   w  street'blacksmith to reach the vt't.  notch of absurdity;   He braw^U ;  W    N    U:   No.   579  ���   I  ���"^i j 's.r,  ��� ���*��? ��Ja^^i^^��JS^'^^w'^^^^A":jBui*^ THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH .COLUMBIA.
?A Series of Articles Describ-      £
ing  their'Lives, their Alms       >£
and their Influence-        >     j*
,. "IT ■ V-     S
H. H. NEUFELD.'-" £
lor of the. Volks'zeilung,, Winnipeg
ifo better .indication of the desir-,
tv ol the, German as a.mli/.en ol
li'i-n Canada, and of the important
'„,,' that- " ho' is bceoiuiiig »»>
!...,„ Canadian life could be
Hum »■ sketch of the, ear-
,( II || ["Tenfold, and of tlie prog-
0r ('ii,. (Jet man weekly .ncwspapei
he e<hK and publishes in the
„l Winnipeg— thi' VolkwseitiiiiK,
,,„ ,,n Kuiopo on March 19, lo/O^
Ni'iileld' ciiiuo with his parents to
-iK-ii  in 1889'and  curly in lilc no-
fed,  ou a  farm * Which  his
ftit hoi
Bed near ,.Mountain-" Luke in the
|0 oi, Minnesota, those' habits ol
.list pi it indus.ry?f.iml self-reliance
Sch has made liim a leading- tnCmboi
[his nice in the. Province, of. Mam-,
k and in the Canadian'West, \\hui.
iblo to avail, himself of. tho niavaii-
jfes of .school ■ ho ' studied' in lus-
lure hours and practised. Ins, cxei^
Ps while walking .after the .plougn,
[lig for. the. cows, mowing,- raking,
" during the'dozen nnd one occupa-
jFjis of a boy on, a'-fann.- For, .three
fintlis during each of ,those-"winteu
gnttendod the .public school of Moun-
fn La ke,' having ■, at tho - same > time
irge' of' fourteen-hoises apd Iwciilj-
''more' cattle-which he hud ""to feed
fd'aUeud to morning and evening. "
IGilte.d with.,, musical'; .tastes, in a
irkud degree, ,;Jl'r." JS'uwfeld.' took a
|iirse id* vocal V.music and -'practicec'
iljuig every year with the (jmuch 01
Jo Urethrdn. "Having - a, line;., first
[noi voice, he'sang in male choruseb
Id choirs, mixed and mule quartette!:
Itl <lKo as soloist in. itiauy parts oi.
Jc United States.' > ... ,, .. • .-.,... '
fin lbt)^ Mr.' is'cufcM,. young, amtj
ftious, and eager lor Jvilowleclgo/'took
I complete courso.in-tlie Ueiuiaii Am-
hem Academy in Rochester, "iSA-,
1-aduatiiig in J9U0, having also takoi.
lousiness course in the'sunio'Acaoemy.'
* While in, Kochestor .Mr. ,Neuleld be-,
tn a course iiCtho Iiaptist Tlieologic
; Somimirv of that, city, attcrvsirdt.
Sung to tne Southern" Uaptiar, Xheo-
Sjical -Seminary in' ' Louisville,-,^Ky.i;
hero ,he'iirst/began bis. connection
|xh journalism ,by '.contributing to a
Briiiaii- newspaper. ' * *f; ' '", u - ."
Irinan 'to a class 61-students in the
Sulhei-n' Baptist'-" Theological Senim'
&. V   " < *< f .      '    ) "V \"   ' ?i
Trailed from Louisvlllo by. the'last diss of his' mother,; wiio.-.had romovcu
/.North tJaJcbta^ho/'alUr her dcntli,
is compelled by, iamiljr reasons, to 're
Ham InVwth Wkota inhere he 'taught
Ihool ioi  two .y.bars' and 'at" thtf same.
fLu  bcgiui  tho publiciitloir.oi  a'G'er-
laii weekly newspaper. V-t <        .   -\
VjIio obvious opportunities for a'Gor-
[an      newspaper,     in ' the    province
Manitoba,   Jiowevor,   attracted   him
tins inno ilikI he'enme to. tlio city oi
Ciumpeg. r ilc.bcgiui the  piiblicnlioii
'    tno    -Beobaclitor,"    »    paper. loi
bung people,, "DUs    Cbmthcho    Kin-
fiiljlatt," a Sunday School paper, 11116
Be "Volkszcitung," « Uennuu weekly,
i-jlivi Volkszeitung cloiuaiidcd so much
lliu time an'd ability 01 Mr. Ncufolv.
Knit'he sold  both    Uir,  "JJcohuchtei--
lid (he  "Kinderblatt"    and    dovoten
Ins business aiid literary ability to
lie publishing,    nnd    udLting  „ol     the.
folkszeitung.     The delefininalioir was
SituiiAtc and the Volkszeitung tins he-
)iiip  a   luetoi-  in  the business,  social,
ad litcriiry life oi   those of the Cor-
]an ta<.<.' in .Manitoba and llio Cuiiail-
in West since Mr. iN'outold.bccame tlu
"froprietor throe and a half years ago'.
In  June, .11105,.. tlio ','Volkszoitung"
i-as  iucoipointed"   us u. r  joint     stock
eoiiipiiny with     Mr.   Meuleld    as    the
inucipal  stockholder  mill   niaiiagor  ol
the company. ' 1 .„._
I The' "Volkszeitung" will soon entei
|ts filth year ol pub1ic.ition and its
tenders are in all jiaits ot the worlu
(vlii'io Gorman is read.- its principal
bonstituency ^is in Mnuitoba and Uhe
inadini.' W-cst and tlio publication, is
Hcciiiiliiigly   a     lirst-class     advertisiiifr
Tlio well-appointetl ijob dopaitnient
il the "Volkszcituug,( carries on an
LsU'iisivo business throughout the Can-
[ndian West in Gorman" nnd J'higlish
job-printing which thu thoroughly ,Up-
UmIiiIo plant is fully able to handle
&iml bucaiisu of the fast increasing business a type-setting machine, a hirgoi
jpiess and a paper folder will soon he
In connection wilh llio now spa pel
|tlii-i-e is also a hook and slationai>
Ibnsiness of diinonsions proportionate
Ito the giowing nouls of tho "vicinity
■Kvi'iyllung ill ooiinection with tlio
I' Volkszeitung" is model 11 and np-to-
Idate ancl with tho energy and abilitj
foi the editor and malinger, Mr. Neu-
ifeld, Winnipeg's GerniHli newspaper is
ion the liigh-road to a siiceesslul caiuer.
none of tlie passengers drew their
weapons, the othei-s went through the
pockets oi tlie passengers and lifted
the baggage and the mail hags. When
everything of value had been taken,
the highwaymen ordered the coach to
proceed. , Though ' there w as quite a
party of thorn they seemed to disappear the moment the stage 'started.
Ex sept that tlie coach wa.s really
robbed, the whole perfoi inance was
quite like a' comic opera hold-up and
wa.s done quite as neatly.
The experience in Austria, where
tlie average rnanulacturer furnishes
dwellings and fuel, to his workmen
tree of charge, has led to minimize
the number of striices.,
1     A  Degraded Peasantry.
vlThe Russian peasant is' controlled
by the Church, says AVolf Von Schier-
brand in the Forum. He keeps the l^O
holy and fast days,in the year'enjoined to him by, rTiiii holy Synod, and he
maintains with his oifeiings and,dues
the enormous apparatus of the Chinch.
Thus tlio pilosis 'iatten on the half-
starved peasantry, depriving them of
part ol their scanty 'fai*;. And this
i,s but the economical loss the moujik
suffers. ' Fur greater is the intellectual and ■moral loss which in this' way
is'inllcted on him, keeping him ,in that
unreasoning 'condition^ which amazes
ai1 who ' fust hecomo acquiiinled
with Russia, The avenge yield pc-i
.iu-u'of the 'whoh"of the "blaek-eaith
belt" has steadily sunk. It is now
lower than in any other country in
Jiuropo. It is, ior instance, just'one-
third that ol tho aveiuge o! Germany,
and yet tho hitter has', by . nature,
rather inoagrri 'soil. ' But. Uio Russian
peasant is 'too 'uiiprbgressit'e anil, unintelligent* to till his land- properly,
and too 'poor'l-o buy manure or leitil-
izer. Rut the greatest drawback, in a
certain .sense,', is that, the Russian
Government, has helped to ke«p the
peasant in his present,dcgiaded state.'
Indolent' and improvident as uilresult
if centuries oi\ forfdoni, the Govern-'
merit has made - him' more m>: (1) bj
insisting 011 his'keeping;the JoO holy
days" in the year which ,Uie orthodox
church enjoins; (2) by compelling him
to.'pay" his taxes—averaging in some
districts'between 50 anc\ ,00'per); cent,
'of the gross- crops—as soon-as the harvests is done, at a, time when prices
rule lowest.      <''T'    i','■ ,    .,
'^'   '  V--' *  ■- '( ' 1;, r
- In its initial, stages a cold- is a Jocal
illment'easily dealt with. 'But many
neglect it and the 'result is often the
'development-/of distressing seizures
jf the bronchial tubes and lungs that-
render life 'miserable for the unhappy
/ictirri: As,a lirst aidrthere is nothing In*'the handy\ medicine line so
'certain- in curative ' results 'as
•Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup, .the
far-ramod remedy" for .coughs and
colds. .   ■.      -•/ ,     ,"       ,   „
y „ .Making.-Horseshoev,Nails. '< . ,|
', Three'ininioif; separate" " s^oc , nails
iVC often cast from ono ton r of metal.'
Of the* smaller , sizes",' 2,<X)6'r nails are
molded.-in a' single'mold, and an- ex-
pcitr ivorkmuii will'make' 80 ,molds 111
thus turning/ out -ljvSO.OOO , separate
nails." • When' tho metal 111 a liquid
itato is- poured into tho mold it inns
through tho'sahd in'passages prov-ided
for it Tho'whole of tho uails'aie cast
cogother" and'are, when* removed from
the-sand,-connected, by-a network oic
iron-one with1 another. In this ,■} condition the iron 'is'as. brittle'as' glass,,
and very .little , forco Ls . required to1
sopivrato,-,tho -'nails1' froirii tho' network
which holds'; them" -together..^ ihey
then havo to '.undergo . the,/process
ot'-'annealing., '- They' aie' mixed._',with,
homatito iion"ore,,-wliichris in a pow-
'■lered*'state.-pub' into iron-; pots,\and
placed-in an Jannealing' ^furnace, a
,iort of k.ilh.. JHer'e they .remain foi
'$6mo days,' care.being taken, to so.reg-
.lluto'tjio heat to which they aie subjected that tho iron will 11 Ot re-melt,
otit'bo brought very nearly to that con-
Jition. . Tho action ol the raw iron oie
Zpon the buttle casting is'.num clous.
.Vitrei- cooling, it can be bent without
risk of breaking, and it becomes a
isoful and serviceable arliclo-
 —  o
Minard's Liniment  Relieves  Neuralgia
Sunlight Soap is better than
other soaps, but is best when
used in the Sunlight way (follow
Hard rubbing and boiling are-
things   of  the  past in  homes
where Sunlight Soap is used as
Sunlight Scap will not injure
even the daintiest fabric or the
hands, and the' clothes will be
perfectly, white, woolens soft
and fluffy. , ,
The reason for this is because
Sunlight Soap is absolutely pure,
contains no injurious chemicals
— indeed, nothing but the active,,
cleansing, dirt-removing properties of soap that is nothing but
Equally good with hard or
soft water.   ,
'     by the dealer from wjiom you    ,
'       buy Sunlight Soap if  you nnd    S.
any cause roroomplalat. 135
1 Kites for Life  Savers.
London.—^F. ;Cody considers'that a
boatload of shipwrecked persons who
have a kite to fly aro far more likely
lo be resetted than^a kiteless boatload.
Re argues that a kite 200 yards or so
,up in- the air has a better chance 'of
being seen than a small boat low down
it.' tho water.   ,,       '        ,V, '
ITe has built a bpnfcVo-exemplify his
theory. ,'It, is un open t three-toniier ;
length, 21 feet; beam,, G feet, and'is
driven by petrol. It was launched on
Crystal Palace Lake the other day and
christened Lela by Mrs. Cody.
'Cody invited a number of women to
step aboard an'd play the part of"cast>
aw-ays. Away ,weht tho Lela up' the
lake, and ,at the right moment Cody
unloosed' a 'doublo-bodied rbat-shapea
kite," six or/seven feet-"long, which
soared into tho air to ,a height of 200
yards, and it could bo easily under- a
stoo 1 'howsuch ,an object out at sea
would 'attract 'the attention of 'a passing vessel, although miles away.
Cody intends to sail in the^boat ' ff-jnj
,the Isle of Wight to Briglvtoii and'vji
the kite to' see how it attracts ,the at-'
teution flpf a steamer.^ Then, ho will
take tho Lela aboard sonic vessel sailing for South'-"America'and after-two.
days will" be cast adrift.     '■       '!   '   .
Ho will'haul, tho, kite,< keeping it
flying un,'til picked up by some passing
vessel. Then, after a day or so, he
will repeat'the experiment,', and so go"
on ■ until he reaches .„ South Amei ica.
Tho object is to'prove, that small lifeboats'cannot drift along for any length'
of time without, being seen if they have
a kite'flying.       ■     ', l(    / ' .,
^       -      ;—^  .
Six 'hundred .Macedonians havo left
Belgrade for the United^States.
' Seventy persons wore killed, and " injured in^a landslido at Petropplis, ,R,io
Janeiro.-'/     ''©'>'     V
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. The' insurrection "in German southwest Africa has cost 'Germany $150,-
000,000'up' to date. '""/   .v'''     "
Highwaymen  In  Russia.
Tho old-lashioned "jond-agenl," or
liigliwayiiian,. is prncliciilly ax iierson
01 the past, but there-are'.'still' sonic
p.ut.s of the world in wliich ho flourish-.
"'- The "present troubled' conditions
in Russia'- liavovmado certain isolated
p.uIs of that- country excellent fields
lor the .operations-of' wandering Tar-
t .11 s.', Quito .''rccontly a small stage
«,is held up lnjar' Akstiifn, Transcaiic-
asm, in broad, daylight, . As" tho'Coach
eiiuio'around a bend in.the hilly road
M-voral 'mounted figures appeared.•
There sooihocT to bo no cause, fov ap-
piehension, for tho -riders-looked quite
peaceable Bub when tho coach had
approchod within about thirty feet of
I hem thoy suddenly leveled thoir''rifles and rovolyors and ordered the
diiver to stop,. Tho man throw up his
hands in fright, and .sovernl passengers, wondering lit.tlio! sudden stop,
J>ut, their bonds from tlio windows.
Iniinediatpl'y. tho iini»;y,los of revolvers
^<'i-e shovod in, thoir- faces and they
w«u-p coniinaiidod to step into tho road.
iVhile two of, tho robbers guarded the
stage driver  and  watched-to soc that
Bernhardt Kissed the Reporter.
(From   "Success,  Magazine.)   , ,
in th'e"eighties Sam Davis went to
Carson,' Nevada; and assumed the
editorship of the Carson ''Appeal,
.which, before he -»ent actively into
Stnto politics, was one of tho most
widely quoted country papers iu the
'United States. When Sarah . Bernhardt first'passed through Nevada on
her,western'lour, the "U\amincr, ' of
Sun Francisco, wired Davis to hoard
tho "divine Sarah's" train nt lleno
iitnl escort her into California—also to
got a good interview en route. Mi.
Davis made, Inniselr so agreeable to
tho entire company that Bernhardt
insisted that the "romantic mbiisioui
of tho press" be assigned by the "Examiner to escort her through the
mazes of western life. Mr. Davis
turned San Francisco upside down for
her entertainment and oven arranged
a number of attractions to show her
a sample, ol western activity under, the
stress'ol high' emotion. \\ hen the
company left San Fiancisco, and farewells were being said, 'Bernhardt
walked up to Davis iu tho piesonce ol
tho admiring throng, and kissed him
on either cheek and on tho lips. .
""On the cheeks," she exclaimed,
with a naive toss of her head, "for the
'Fxaniinor' and tho 'Appeal; on the
lips for  vou 1 self." .
Sain Davis, for the second time in
his liio, blushed, but recoveied himself in time to remaik that thoie were
a" wholo lot moie up-eouiitr.\ papers
ho represented, all of which would
like to have him letuin to Nevada
with similar tokens.
A Liniment for tho l.ogtror.—-Log
gors lead a life which exposes them
to uianv perils. Wounds, cuts and
bruises'cannot altogether ho avoided
in preparing timber for Ihc drive nnd
In river worlc, whore wot and cold
combined -are .' of . daily experience,
coughs and colds anil muscular pains
cannot but ensue. '.Dr. Thomas Elec-,
trie Oil. when applied to fho: Injured
or -administered to the ailing, works
wonders.   .-   ':  '     ■ '''        ..'•
A Dog's Affection.ik
New York.—The story of u dog's affection lor its little li'iistiess, from
ttJiom it would not be,separated even
by death, was brought lieru' by the
.steamer,,Columbia, which armed''recently from O-lasgow. The Columbia
had a hard experience witli the wintry gales which swept the Atlantic
during hqr entire voyage and the tossing, ' and pitching ol the steamer
contributed largely to the pathetic
tragedy, of the sua. Among the passengers on the .steamer was "Andrew
.MacDonald, who wa.s '-bringing ' his
Jottr-year-oldi. daughter Mary, to America; for the v benefit'the sea voyage
might bo" to her delicate health. The
little girl's collie 'dogs, .Daisy and1 lien,
accompanied them and until-she was-
taken ill Mary spent all her waking
'hours .with her pets. V ,    ■..
tWhcn the storm became more,severe
she became.-violently seasick and timing
tho night she died. ( The dogs-missed
their'little misti ess ' and whined constantly until they,-were' taken, to the,
cabin where preparations were being
made to bury the child's body at sea.
When' the body was "taken on;deck"lhe
dogs weto permitted to follow and'.dur-
ing the reading of the funeral service
the collit{s tugged at the leashes which
hold them. * When ihe child's body
was lifted to the rail 'and slid .over-'
hoard Daisy/ broke froni the man wlio
held her, and leaped into the sea just
as the body of her little, mistress disappeared'beneath the",waves. , In "another Instant the dog had .-disappeared
from' view.       *   ' ' e     !'
Nature 'Needs,, Assistance in Making
1 New Health-Giving Blood. • -
, Spring is1 the season ,' when your
system ■- needs ' toning ,up. , In the
spring you-must have new blood, just
as the trees; must have new sap.
Nature, demands it. Without new
blood you will feel .weak and lansuid;
you may liave twinges of rheumatism
or neuralgia, occasional headaches
a variable appetite, pimples or oruil
lions of the skin, or a pale, pasty complexion. These are sure signs 'that
the blood is out of order. A tonic is
needed to give'new energy. Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are the best le#iic-in
all the world. They make new, rich
blood—your greatest need in spring.
'Tney clear the skin, drive out disease
and make tired, 1 depressed men and
women bright, active and strong. Mrs.
<Jhas. Masson. >• Yamachiche, Que.,
proves the great value of Dr. Williams'
J-Muk Pills in building up people who
have become weakened arid run down.
She says:—"In the winter'of 1905 I
was veryc much run down and- lost
llesb rapidly. , My blood was poor. 1
suffered from' indigestion, severe
headaches and general debility. In
this condition I decided to give Dr.
Williams" Pink Pills a trial, and
thanks to this valuable medicine I am
again  enjoying perfect health.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills cure all
tho ailments (hie to poor blood or
shattered nerves. That is why they
cure anaemia, rheumatism, neuralgia,
Uulney trouble, indigestion and the secret ailments of women and girls. Sold
bv medicine dealers or by mail at 50
cents a box or six boxes for ?2.50 from
the Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brock-
villc, Ont.   -
The Flagging Energies Revived.—
Constant application to business, is a
tax upon the energies, and, if'there be
not relaxation,' lassitude and 'depression are- sure' to intervene.. .These
come 'lrom' stomach troubles.' The
want o£ exercise brings on nervous
Irregularities, and the.stomach, ceases
to assimilSte „food properly. In ,this
condition*1 Parmelee's Vegetable 'Pills
will be"'found a 'recuperative.of,rare
power, restoring tlie, organs to healthful action, dispelling, 'depression* and
reviving the .flagging energies. V , *-
. , .   - „
'-' Prince ' Arthur of Connaught, who
witnessed a' sham fight by the.garrison of. Hiroshima,-has -been presented
uyl'the.town with some ancient armor
and a sword in commemoration of his
Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Burns,   etc.
Kighteen persons were lianged in
tlie Baltic provinces from Dec. 11 to
Feb. 11, last.
, The Boer war claims examined by
v.ie compensation, committee amount
to 5310,000,000.     .
British families are leaving North
U.na' as fast as,possible in fear of a
general 'rising.
Concerning Oranges. ,
An eminent Japanese batteiiologisl
has show 1/that the acids of lemons,
apples .ind other fruits—tit lie ^cid.
malic acid—are capable of destroying
a'l kinds of disease g«rn.s. Cholera
germs aie kille.1 in fifteen minutes by
lemon juice or apple juice, and typhoid
fever geims are killed in hali'an horn
by these acids, even when conSideiab-
lv di'uteJ 11 you squeeze a lemon
iiito a glass ot water containing cholera geitns a.nd let it stand iilteen 01
twentv minutes, you may drink tlie
water*with impunity, as the germs will
be dead. These juices will ki) othei
disease gem.s. Instead ol "*"">« «
man to have his stomach washed out.
we car. now tell liim to dunk oiange
juice, which will cleanse the stomach
as thoroughly as a stomach tub.;, pio-
vided it be not a case oi gastric catarrh H we have to deal with gast.u-
catarrh, 'in which, tl.e.e .s a large
amount oi .tenacious mucus adhe.ing
to the walls of the stomach, a stomach
tube is'iequiied to dislodge it, bur 111
ordinary'cases of sick headache,, biliousness, foul tongue, bad breath, and
nervous headache, a fruit, diet' is a
wonderful purifier. ,        ■ .      '
A violin made of wood specially 'selected and felled by the late Mr. Glad
stone  at  Hawarden   Castle,  was  sold
for £15.'
 1 < ,
It is reported that the United States
will appoint, Chailes S. Francis, oi
Troy, as ambassador to Austria Hungary.' '   ,	
Much distress and' sickness in children is caused by worms. Mother
graves' Worm Exterminator, gives relief by removing the cause. Give it
■x trial and be convinced."    '  ,
There is aTreat in Store for Yon
GeyPon Green Tea,   because   it  is  infinitely
superior to the finest Japan Tea.
Lead     Packets     Only,     40o,     50c,    and     6O0.     per    tt>.   At   all    Grocers.
Highest Award  at 8t. Louis'1904.
Unless - you are 70 or 80 l | Then
keep it 1 But why look old at' 35 or
40 P Why have an early old ajfef
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Be-
nawar always restores color to gray
'hair.    Stops falling hair, also.
For th* whlikarr' and mou.tachs tr» make
BUCKINGHAM'S DTK. Il colon a rich brown
or a »oft black.   K. P. HAI.I. * CO .Naihua.N.H
' '1 tie municipal authorities of Berlin
are about to make a serious trial of
automobile fire .engines.,
"Baby's Own - Tablets are equally-
good for little babies or big children.,
if a child'is sufferlngifrom any, of the
minor ills of childhood a few doses
of the Tablets -will cure it. And an
occasional dose to the'-well child will,
prevent sickness.' Mrs., A, 'Mercier,
Riviere Ouelle,~Que„ says:—"My baby-
was cross, irritable,,-did not sleep at
night and, did not seem to thrive, but
since giving her^ Baby's Own,Tablets
ail this is changed. • She now eats
well, sleeps well and is growing fat.
The' Tablets have _proved a blessing
r.o both myself and the child." So say
all mothers who have used this medicine. Baby's Own Tablets 'are("sold
bv all druggists, or you can get them
from the Dr., Williams Medicine Co.,
Brockville,  Ont.,' at 25'cents a box. .
The .robbery 'of ?132,000 from the
Credit Mutual hank at Moscow has(
not effected the solvency of the' hank.
, Charles ' W. JWatkins, a United
States - revenue . collector, died , on
board the. Steamer Tagus at Kingston,
Jamaica. r <    <        , <
.A "Mr. Low met with-an accident
while, climbing the New'Zealand-Alps
arid crawled for four days over broken ice and moraines.     '      ,'  >,.
Minard's,-Liniment  .Cures  .Dandruff.
barge, numbers of Jewish" and Russian immigrants will leave Berlin-for
the United States and South America
immediately after'-Easter.    '
-A'"'stranger was arrested'at Essen,
(iermany.-who offered a soldier several thousand, marks, if he obtainedra
plan of. mobilization in, tho Es'sen district. . ,.-",'''.,
The 'April -Designer is full Of the
tidings of spring's approach,,not„only
with dainty apparel for women and
young folks, but with fiction, verse
and" illustrations particularlv appropriate for the -time of year. Easter
brides will find designs for wedding
toilettes and for pretty t lingerie for
the trousseau, and a special article
shows how to arrange the bridal veil.
Advance suggestions and photographs
of spring hats will also prove useful.
"Easter in Moravia," by Jula Davis
Chandler: -'Making Easter Novelties,"
by Winifred Pales, and "Butterflies,"
by Craig S. Thorns, are tliree charmingly illustrated articles, and a short
story, "The Milk o£ Human Kindness,"
by Ada Marie Peck, has Easter for its
keynote.    '      u
Don't lie awake with the remedy at
your elbow. To banish wakeful-
-ness,' nervous starts, bad dreams—
to sleep soundly 'and waken .'refreshed—take
Sold Everywhere.     In boxes 25 cents.
The Government of Venezuela lias
suspended cable service fiom Venezuela by way of Trinidad.
Railroads will protest against tho
somi-qiiiirantino imposed by the United
States at Havana.
To w.-om it may concern: This is
to ccrlirv that I have used MINARD'S
UNlMiCs'T myself as well as prescribed it in 'my practice where a liniment was required and have never
tailed' to get the desired effect.
C. A. KING, AI. D.
King Alfonso has reappointed the
Moret ministry, winch has consented
to continue iu office.
The members ot the new' National
assembly -will vote.by pressing buttons
>at their desks.
Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere
Shipbuilding' Booming.
"Business in'all .lines is booming in
and about Glasgow, and more espoc
chillv in the shipbuilding industry."
Thus spoke Air. George R. Mac
Kenzie, the Scotch distiller, at the
Windsor last evening.   -
"The shipyards of Glasgow are
taxed to thoir utmost capacity in older -to. turn out the boats within a
specified  time. l
"Just before coming over I saw the
two new steamships -which the Fair-
holds Company 'arc building for the
C iJ.H. 'these steamers will boat anything of the kind afloat, and are magnificently fitted up with all modern
appliances. The -first trial trip of
these boats will be made on April J 4,
when the Fairflelds expect to liave a
distinguished gathering from all over
Great Britain.
_t anrl.Councils. whojwn	
".V""""Municipal Tolephbnos7~" •
For nuantilio^of No. lSGiilv'.l Wire from KW ll.-.
to 10 ton lotn nt the low pniu ot^ 11 la f.er II. f o «
\S miUt'OK.     Al.pl> _..„ . r*«*r-       ...
B. SIIRAGGE,   Winnipee.
]T!«li<",t pri^e pu4J Tor -i-rup  metuK   woolon rap.,
bolUv-i, cow nml lior-o huir, lUbbara, utc.
An Enormous Seal.
Not the least interesting, tiling in
the recent Frencli Presidential o fiction was the great seal of tho Republic
-a seal so great that its progress to
and from Versailles entails something
like a procession. It dates from the
National .''Assoni'hlv- ol lSrl,- and exhibits a full-si/.e France, on her feet.
ft is mounted ou a wheel and require?
three men to imuionvrc it. On tlie
day of the election .it was affixed to
the three regulation copies nl the ol-
ficia. record of the proceedings—one
for tho new President and one each
for the archives of tho Senate and of
the Chamber,! after which it was Solemnly, .escorted back to its domicile in
Dropsy Is one Positive Sign of Kidney
Disease.—Have vou any ot these unnila-
takuble'slsms? Puftlnoss under the eves?
Swollen     llmbe' Smothering     feeling-?
Change of the chaiacter of the Uilne?
Exhaustion aftei least exeitlon? If you
havo there's diopslcal tendency and you
shouldn't delay an hour In putting yourself under tlio great South American
Kidney Cure.—SO
The death is announced in Home of
Sonator Edoardo Arhlb, the historian
of the Italian parliament.
The Czar ' nnd Premier Wilte, ol
Russia, are said to favor the proposed
ruilioad fom Siberi.i to Alaska.
Sleeplessness—When tho nerves are
unstrung and the whole body given
up to wretchedness, when tho mind
is filled with gloom and dismal forebodings, the result of derangement of
the digestive organs, sleeplessness
oomos to add to the distress.   If only
the  subject   could  sleep,  there  would 	
be oblivion for a while and temporary, —r—       ■ „,;ni „,.*
relief.      Parmelee's    Vegetable-   Pills''    Russia-has .prepared- a   naval  pip-
will  not  only induce   sleep,   but.   Will  gram which will moan, the,expendituic
act so  beneficially that   the    subject.' of $100,000,000 in two years.     .,.-..,
will'.awake'refreshed and restored, to
happiness.       ' ..'.,,■.   ■•■'.
A mob attacked the prison at Warsaw and after killing three warders
libera ted  a   political  prisoner.
Russian revolutionaries aro asking
in Tokio for permission to publish a
daily  newspaper at Nagasaki, j   , -
Tho number of. paupers in England
and Wales at the end of January was
Sli),Si:t, a proportion of 21 por thousand of population.
Tho French council of ministers have
fixed tho legislative elections for Maj
"WSJHvl® ,
hM stood  for the BEST
durinc/   seventy ye&.rj of
Increasing- wits.
Remember thli when/ou went .waterproof oiled coat j. juiti. hati. or horse
floods for all kinds of wet work.
Tho directors of the GORDON COBALT
offering: to the public for thu purpose of
development of the company's piopeitles,
a limited number of shares of the Treasury Stock at 51.00 per share, payable at
time   of  subscription. ,, '
The Gordon Cobalt Mine, consists of
SO acres In the heart of the Cobalt M In.
Ing District and one mile from ihe Town
of Cobalt, In the famous Coleman township. Our Title has been granted by the ,
present government. The property has
been opened and a hole of lour feet in
depth made, and the assay shows from
90 to 260 ounces of sll\eiao the ton. lhe
assay  .may    be  seen   at   the  Company s
° The. capital   of   the   Company   Is   only
B200.000.       The  company   has   no   bonded
debts  and no pieferred slock     The own- .
er   of    tho    mine    accepted    stock.in  rul.
payment for his properties
Exp»its consider the Gordon Cobalt
properties, one of the host piospects In
the District and many have Invested In
the Company's shares. The piopertv Is
within 40 chains'of the famous Hudson
Bay  Mines  and properties.
The company will commence wotk at
the mines by Apill 1st. ,
This stock v/lll shortly be withdrawn
from   the mailtot. '
For    prospectus   and    applications   for
Suite 40-41 31 Victoiia St. Toronto.
W. A. Marsh, ,.      John  F. Lenox.
President.    ' Seci otary.
'-   ' I
. The expenditure on lighthouses in
tue-.United Kingdom last year amounted to £500.087. This expenditure Is
borne, by shipowners.
In  1905 over 250,000 emigrants left
Southern Italy for America.
Tho United States battleship A\ i>-
cousin has sailed to join the American
squadron at Shanghai.
The payinastei of the YMuta )ail-
road was'shot at Warsaw and ?.'!..".GO
taken from his body.
What Makes You Despondent? —Has
the stomach fc-one wrong? HaXe,, L"S
nerve centres grown tlied and listless.'
Aie you threatened with nervous pios-
tratlon? South American Noivlne Is
nature's corrector, makes the stomach
riKht, (fives a world of nerve force,- keeps
the circulation perfect. A regular, con-,
stltutlon builder for.rundown people. Qne
lady says:  "I owe my life to it.  —»■*
India's Horded Wealth.
India produces moro than seven and
a half million dollars worth of gold
yearly, but tho world at large is none.
the hotter off. Much gold is also
shipped thero, but little comes back.
Once let a gold coin get into a, native s
hands land there is the ond oi it. Ho
neither spends it nor puts it in.the
bank. Centuries of oppression have
taught him to hoard, ■ with the: result
that all of his gold except-that made
into ijowolry, is promptly buried. An
able authority cdnsidois that in the
Bombay Presidency- alone is buried WJ
million dollars, worth of gold. In
China,; too, matters are ij^trly «» l|«*xl-
Thcso two countries, India and O una,
are estimated, to absorb between ,then
12 tons of gold n year, practically all
of which is lost forever.
Blacksmith'to Opera'Singer.
M. Rousseliere. the Paris opera
singer, who some yours ago -wonted
in a factory at G2 cents per day. has
been engaged for n tour iu the United
States at a guaranteed tec of *100o
lor each  evening.
M Rousseliere's life siory is a rom
antic ono. lie was a blacksmith,
working in a iotmdrv at S"li Bel Abes
ui Algiers, at tho time when M. <..ul-
iiiu.i of the Paris opera, happened to
go over to Algcna to spend ;i hohda>.
M (Jailhnrd ^ont over to soe the
foundry, and at the door ol one ot th.
shops ho ctuno to a standstill, fin,, in
ated by the magnificent voice ol one
of the workmen who was singing at.
no Plied  his hammer on thu  ;tnul.
"What is tli.u man's name'.' asued
M Giulhard ol the proprietor, and on
iii'ing told, he naked to s.-o -M. Kotibs
chore privately. The result was hat
he undertook, the workman s education and M. Rousseliere has now a
larger income than any other opera
singer ia  Fiance.   .; -,,;
Over a Quarter of a Century
we "have successfully treated nervous
ilseases caused by Drink and   Drugs.
500 000 cures is our record. We
ipeak truly and say that failure to
obtain a cure by the Keeley Treatment is a falluro of the man and not
aur  methods.   Send   for  facts.
Address  In confidence
133  Osborne  St.,  Winnipeg.
^l I "       —
Like   T*fr»Is
Plan to  Empty  London.
that'sanguinary,    evolutionary  'prp-
ohet   1T.G.  Wells, has pictured for us
"  .rlaiid   covered,   with   a -network   oi
ds   of   different .kinds—pedestrians:
vclists',     horseback    rulers. ■■ trucks
'   slow     motors    'fast     motors.
all     iu   their   propel
racing     motors..
places and London emptying itsel into tho country' swiftly: and without
confusion or friction. '.lhis .beautiful fancy picture will .prouably
not      come      true   -  in      our day
but motorists will take heart at the
news of;, the' first road for the eseltis-
ivo use. of automobiles. The road from
London to Brighton is used prodigiously during the. season and the additional highway' will no doubt be
a'.wolcomo relief.
°-    FOR       ^
Atlaohed  to any  Garment Is a
Guarantee   of
and Good Wearing Qualities
When Buying OVERALLS,
Soo   that  oaoh artiole bears a
label Ilka abevo
Insist on Gottlng ,
"King of the Road" Brand
And Take no Other
W    N    U    No.    579 * if.  ~M  Pi. > V  ���'V al.M  >*af>:-"  -#��;fc  f���,.-.;!  'S2U,1  -41?  ���Vy.1 (SiiJi  ��� -*faps  'IP!  '#��1  ~ h.  . ;'��i  :��.  Iv^jpml-v.,,  I*.."0    tffWslfikif -   ���  '���f$��4 *  mm  mm.  J';IJ,  -1' ;,s '  v ���;  mm  ���ill'  ������A'-'J'.-jfiH!  1  _^ZiJL^vA^^ ^'.A10 y^ fl. hr rrisii co lumbi a.  LEADER.  Publi-liHsl in the interest of th�� people  o. Moyie and East Kootenay.  CauRlit Cold Wlillr. Hunting _ I$ur/jlxr.  Mr. Wm. Thos.  Lu "organ,   provincial constable   at  Clinplenu,   Ontario.  ������'is:    1 caught   a   6ev. re   cold   whih  'noting a burglar in the for-st swamp  is I   fall*    Hearing   of   Cuamberlaln's  IT,  .r. MUTll & xJO.  J-*iitollffh��-rK..  RATKh Or  S0WPRI Pf! ON .  ii If Year..  ,52.00  I  Fjshin  Ci.sigh Ki'iunly, 1  trie-i    it,  nnd   after   T I *\                      '       '       r                  ' |  u-ujg tvvn small' bottles 'i   was  com- I f~^k   /    "%        S~ I /     X |  ,'eivly   etir-d."    This   reui-dy  is   in-j I /"~~J   (             //\ I f  I  teuded ei-p'ci.il.y for coughs and cold*, j ' ^~r^     ���    *���      ** I ^" ^ "  ^Aiu;-:j>.vr. apkili4, ii/ug.  OUR KLNETH 11 LAS.  Thit, ir, Vol.9 Xo J i,f the Movie  3<eadur, whicli mj^uo .ii .1. the pipei  has-entprp'T urion she n!".eth ye.ir of  its publication. JJuiing tins time the  Leader haa been edited a,nd published  by the same man, and he has always  jiudeavored to give  ths ��� beet   possible"  ,    'I'll       I *������**��� .IV,        ."...,,  ���paper for the flrhotviit of patronage re-  -ceived. A glance<at the advertising  -columns will show that the lapar is  prospering and that ic repreSjen**' the;,  the oiost substantial busiuv-samterdats  in ihe community. Tbe Louder has a  lion of friends, and it also lias home  But the enemies  are   those  i  U will lo6aun and and relieve a seven.-  ':o!d iu Jess lime than by any olh"r  treatment, aud ia a favorite v wherever  its superior exeellence has becomr  ��--ii\Mvn. For sale by the iloyie Drug  vt Stitioiierv Store.  enemies  n ,'  '-wlio have been unable to use the edi-  Qi a  .turn *i_ a tool to accomplish their,   sel-  fish designs.   'We pay our  way as  we  4*0, and, like  the  .village   blacksmith,  we"*oaii look the whole world  in   thc-  face for we owe not any man.",  ,   NOTICK. '   ���  Notice id hereby given (hat llio reg-  loiered oitico'of the St. Eugene"_Juu,i-  tam Mines, Limited Liability, (name  changed from Yankee Qirl Mining  Company, Limited Liabilit"v),ot Ktiflu,  British Columbia, lias been removed'  from Kash;' JJrilish Columbia, to'  Moyie/British Ublumbiu.. ���  "      /   '"���   ���0. A. SUTI1ERLANP,    ,  .'    , , S^creiary-Treas'urer.  .Moyie, B. C. March 3rd, 190G.  By thohest   makers.   Hew stock just arrived,  , ,  'J FLIES, '/'  - HEELS, '  LEADERS,  , ..*���. '  JBAIT, iStc. ,  L O. O. F.  Wildey r,ods�� Xo. 4*.  Meets every Tuesday evening in their  hull on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  P. G. Kouth,     ' F. J. Smyth,  ���  '   Noble Grand. Secr'y.  THE CANADIAN BANK  OF COMMERCE  Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.    Reserve Fund, $4,50Qfooo  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No.-71  WVF, of M.  Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday 'evening. Sojourning members  are cordially invited to attend.  .Thos. E. Kelly,  Secretary  HEAD  OFFICE,   TORONTO  -B. E. WALKER, General Manager " ALEX.' LAIRD, AssL Gen1! M*  ���*��E*s  BRANCHES THROUGrHOUT CANADA, AND TV  THE UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND  A fiorieral Banking business iransacicd.   Arcounts may be opened and cnn^,,-. j .  mall witn all branches of this Bank. ,       c��������*i b,  Wm. J. Kkltham,  President.  MOYIE AERTE NO, 855  Watch for tlie'new JEaster^bonnets  toiiiorrow..', .' ', > ,     rv  . ���*.���-.���-���   ^ v  '   Another dividend has been declared,  and the lucky holders  of   St.   Eugene  <��� '  atockwill fmilej,'>    , ���"��-    ',' ,  IJOTICJ5.  SlEty da>fl after Sate I iuimid to apuly to the-  Chluf forimilsfcloucr of Lad/]*) and Woi'tB' for  p��nnlK,ion to purcliust* llio following dencillicd  luuil liifioutb Hast ICootenav:���      '       ���  " '  Corninuiiv-ini; nV,�� post plnutod on the tiftiik  of tl.o .Moylu Kivur^O cliulas ,nortli of 11. 1J.  Dlmock'B iiro-einpsii-u, tlieiico running eust 40  chafuv, iheuco oortli 80 ubalu*., Wi'Bt 20 chains,'  mom or U'ss.to tlio Moyio Klver, theuos down  the Ri\er to the jilflco of commeuciiiiient. '  '   CI. A. CLOTHIER,"locator.  , Ji.C.S'r/CLAIlt, Agent.    '  Dated this, 20th day of February, 1900,      '  the�� Moyie drug and Stationery .Co.'  ���f  MOT  ���    SAVINGS' BANK  DEPARTMENT  Deposits of   Sl nnd upwards  received,  and  interest a.J/|U-e  current rates.    The dep(>sit<ir is subject to no delay what  ' ever in, the  withdrawal  of the'whole  or any     -���  portion ol  the  deposit   "  CRANBROOK BRANCH.    <     ,    ' F, C. MALPAS.  Meets every   Wevlnetsday at  S l*. M.  DR.  llAliVLE, J. II. H4WKE,  Worthy Pres.  "Worthy Secr'y  ''   The dog tiix in Cranbrook lias   been  made $1.75,   because il   it   was' made  $200, under, the(i municipal-act  every  , man w;ho paid a tax, on   a   dog   could  vote'.    -    .' v, ,  "Why Boys Leave the Farm" is the  ^,itle of an addre.Bfl   recently^ delivered-  , on agriculture. Without having heard  the address, we presume'that it's because thev can't take   the   farm  ,with  ;4,uein.  , ">otici";.  In the matter of-ar. upp"catlon for tho lssu  ol a dupllcalo ot tile Certificate of Title for. Lot  9, Block f>, in the- Lake Shore Addition, iioyle  City. (Map qsi) _ , '    .  Notico is hereby eiyen that it is my intention,  to ibiuo at the expiration of oue mouth from  tlie first publication, hereof a duplicate of the  'Certificate of Title to tho"above) mentioned Lot,,  in the name o"f Michael jN'UKeiit^ which,cCertlfi-  eate is dated the 10th day of October, 1901 .and  numbered S12A,       '.'.''  "II, k\ MacLkod,'"  ' ,  ' -        '    District Reclstr'ar,  ,Land Registry Office,   Nelson, B.'c.  15th March 19CS.,; ., '  ,  ���   "    ^Wholesale Wines, liquors '"   l   ���  ���   ���' ' ' ;  and.Cigars..' ������''. ,"."'���   ', ' ' ' ������ vv  CRANBROOK,-.      r." .."Britisli Columbia.  HOTEL.  V-Tu answer to question as to why the  - la.te Su8&n''B. Anthony never married,  Ida Husted Harper, biographer of the'  famous advbotito 'oi women suffrage,  -saysjtbat Miss Anthony,often���remark-  ed to her that ''any woman will marry  it the man she loves asks, her. I am  no different from other women."  '��� XOTIOE. .i ������ \  , Notice Is hereby gi vou that sixty days frojn  date.I intend to apply to the Chief Cornmis-'  sioner of Lands and works- for' pennibbion to  purchaec the following 'dehcribfd lauds in-  South East Kootenay: ' >' >��� ... -  ' StailinRat r. point nuirked 'G. A. Passmofe's  North West coraor'post, planted ou the South  side of the CiotVs Nest I'ass Railway between  the -12 and 43 mile posts of satd'railway; thence  east parallel to said, track a' distance of SO  cbalus;<thenc<s" south'at rlglit'ahgles 23 chains;  thoiice west at right angles 30 chains; thence  north a right angles 23 chains to point of commencement, coiitalr-Iue -10 acres, more'or loss.  -Dated at Curzoii,   British  Columbia, in ICast'  Loolfanay, February 28th,-1900.'  "   -        -', -   ' G. A, PASSMOKE.  ;    ,';; '\'\ u T.'y.XOWNEY^Prbpl -    [   '���.; "-*  \  MINERS' IlkADQUARTJSJBS. ' This hotel is  close  to   the mines,  and'ha*-  . , , ' ��� o *-  every Convenience for Working,Men.^        ' '<  South Victoria; St;     ,     ���  '    v1"   ',     ,./, MOYIE  Harvey -.&;  ^McCarter,  <. ., ��� ���     '  i        .; '  Barristers/ Solicilorsj Notaries, Etc. ���  Cranbrook,   -   -   B. C.  KAKItlSTKK,  SOI.ICJTOU, KTfi,       ,,  ��� rRANUKOOK.      " '"    ,    ' H, ('  1 * '      ���^-* .',,'"     ' '       '  . 5  C.h: DUNBAR ..   ,  13 .irritiler, Solicitor, J^ol-jrvPubJic^Elc'  Cranbrook,-- E.,^3. - ;  Wm.' Jewe  -wjami^a��-  "Patsy" King, former head of Chicago's policy ring, is going, to quit  Chicago and go into business injjold-  sfields, Nevada. Ho says: , "I am  throngh with gambling. There is  just as much money in legitimate  busiuess and you , don't have to take  'such long chances. Tho average business man makes more money than  the best gambler that ever lived."  ,    ITorSalo. ..-������,  The place known as , the  Dill, milk  ranch, 320 acre's, good barn1 and house','  ��� J A'pply-ld      '      r '���-    ,   ,",  ;���' ,,'      -," J.JE. 'Crowe, Moyie, B: C.  Express and GexierT  i * i  al" Delivery- Business. Livery,, and  /Feed Stable.  ���  , , , , y ���'  .    '     '   Leave Orders at > .   ,  .Gwynne'-i Store. -   '  .-��� ������  m  Q.  DR. F./B., MILES, ' ,  ' "O jrH3"K^-^^?'X'?3,|3���.,- ��� V.  - -j   ',,-������:   '���    . .v  Cranbrd'ol*:,      , .   B, C.  MOYIE  British  Cfilum'iia.  The 100 Club.  L'aing-'s ,Bar.ber c Shop.  Opposite Hotel Kootenay,  Sharp Bazors, Clean Towels and Good  Workmanship.  1 Walter B. Laimg, Proprietor.  I V   '   ' "���*.  ,    -^-THE- '  HOUSB.-'CIEAMNG!-'  - .-' - ,>-       ,   .������ ���'..  ��� -,    .     ���  Then you'll ,want some papering  and painting done to freshen  up a  bit.   Let mo give you   an    esti-  v     mate  S.   R.   WORMINQTOF  PAINTER  1  '."r��- >  DESAULNIKIt BROS,  Lnrt*e   sample   room   in  l'rops.  Cranhrook's    "Hundred    Club"    is  growing very la��t, and rightly it should,  for it is going to ba of great   bent-lit  to  the district.    The object is to. get   100 I  'members who   will   p iy $5   each,  tbe  money to be used in getting out a   hie  ���  -writeup of the district,   containing   all  lhe  required  information   concerning  it.    The list ol member-ship, as k   now  'titaccfji, ;s as folio As;  f   J. A TL-irvfj-, F V.   C.i-v.^nn,  W. T  ;ileid, Dr.   W.-  S Bvll,   E. E.   Bc-attio,  ' "James Greer, G. T. Rogers,   A.   Mt.tl'it.  J. H.  Cabbikc, Dr. Mile*. T,  M.   llob-  ?:*ts, J. D, McBridp,   A.   W    Mi-Vittie.  vS  J. Mighton.W   K.Otii'l.J. G.   M'--  Cillum. W. D. .Mil, J.   II..rri-,   F.   C.  Mal|U8, C. E.   itoid, V.   llydo   Biker,  HogK.irtb & Roiling K   II   SmihII,   W.  H  Wilrfou, 1). J   M-Sur-yn, A. B Fen-  wh-k, Fort Steeh-; C. A.   C.jck,   \V.   JF.  T.tte & Son, A. 1$. Grace, J.   P.   Kink,  13   Paterson, J.  F, llu.-lioroft,   Maryt.  villo; 1). J. Johnson, II.  White, J.   F.  M. Pmkham,   11. D. Curtis, Dr. F.   E.  King, Perry it   F-.tagt-ral I,   T.   Waril-  ns.in, P. Dovare  Hunt,   A    L    McDei-  niot, A. C. Eo*vi)p��b,     C.   IT.   Dunbar,  Ci.-orge Lessk, J. II.   Thompson,   Drs.  K'ng <t Green,   Putin*-re  Bros,   B.   II.  bh(irt,P. Malhorron. Chipp &.   Rollins,  Queens HotM, K,**>yi'. Hotel, E.   South,  G. A  (jr.tskill, D. J. Elmpr,  Alojie,   E  .'i'Mallandainc, Ii. '.-P. .'Benedict,    F.    J.  Fuiy.h,    .Movie.   Jos.   Jackson,   Beal.-,  <fc Elwell, T.,T, MoVittie, Fort /Steele,  connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of a-ocommodatious.  Headqunrtere   for   Commercial and Mining Men.  QDBKN3   AVENUE,  MOYIE,  B. C.  ni  Comfortable  Rooms   and  Best of  Table Board.  J. A. GOTJPILL, Propr.  *    WHOLESALE ANjl��    RETAIL*     -  ' L    ' ' '  MEAT,    MERCHANTS  , ' , , ���   (,    ,  Fresh   and "Cured Meats, Fresh   '  '      , " . ' "���   '  Fish, Gamo  ana" Poultry.    We  ' .lf  supply   only' the   best.     Your   ���  . trade p'olicite'd.       ��� <- ,  "    \   '      '- ' f    v'    "���    '  -'vu ',0' BTAKKITS'        ,       * .'  In ���' all   the .'Princira}  l( V i.' ,v, ' "  Cities and: -"Towns-' in  'British. Columbir,,  MOJIE, B. C ���  ' E.&., swynne; -  (Cigars,       Tobaccos,      ponfectiouery  Fiuits, E!c  FARRELL BLOCK, -       Victoria St'  PKEST PHOTO CO.  t ,  CKAJfBROOK  AND   MoVlE.  George,R. Thompson, '  L, ' ��� , , ' '      .  ���>,    ' BARRISTKIt, SoLlClTOJt, 'No   '  <,    "     .tary Public, &c.  CRANBROOK  BitrjisjH'Coi.uMniA,  With  ipminion  spring  Complete,:--,  ,,-     BUY YOUli"-' ;-    .,"-  1 , 1 l -r* '  Od^ikilci-v-'!- \ ] ��� v '��� "V  ,  FRONT       ''''-.  o ' '  A. B, Stewart & Co.  .v 1  Agent   for   Crows'   Nest* . '    ' ,  1 Steam Laundrv.  -    WE   PAY THE   FREIGHT  ���/���"*.���       *       ''."    . ���*' "  '��� y '������ Mattress Tccluded'7or S1L50.    ,     ,  ..���*���-���.'       - ,  '"   .;,' v v  Cranbrook -Go-Operative Sfores  V i     '. ���'        V   -      ,       ���        '   -'-' '  '��A' '���' ."!-'   \   ���   * ''        '  ./." ��� \-     >,     . LIMITED. >.;'    ; ^  '"   -   -''       -     * . m       >I   . ,'.'     .'    Vi".'' "' ','-"���,  ~��g3,' v^^^j^XsfiiscsaeaseQB  ZSSuiSXc  ^'.^'���V.^^'.^*-*.a?.j&./V-st;s**.ji*. sr.^.jfZsfr.jtr.jir.iiP.jtr.siv.jf..  FOR   FIWE   TAILORING   GO    TO  >m:  EBCHANT  ���n t*.  ���Akd Gents'  tailor.  FURNISIIEK.  \W ^--'--ly'l A'^F  1 iJ  WINDOWS. AND' DOORS,     '   l  ' ' , I ,  (   ��� - iM n'.e in   Unlifih  ColUm'i'a.    ,  BTLDIN33     TUENINSS - (BRACKETS.  DeUiI W>>rk a Sprr-Ulty wj'li" Ut*.  LUMBER ,LATH   SHINGLES,  ., '    ?      , ���  1 Sliipni��>nitj i*i  Straight and Tilixed 'Jarloads.  SEWING MACHINE.  ROLLER  BEARINO.  HIGH CliAOE.  Bta'cuinaltle Pnlus Kelleved-  Tho quick relief from rheumatic  painu nfibrded bj ''Charribelain's P��in  Bslm has surprised, and (h'lighterl  ���ihoueands of atiffer'prs. It makusrest,  anil Ble^p possible. A great many have  t>n��i prrin.iDently cured of rheu  niH.tiiJm bv the use of this liniment:  Tor s.Ue hy the JMoyie Drug and Sta-  -iicMH-s')   Bvore,  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trousers,   Imported    Goods.  ,     ((UNION ' SHOP.)  MOYIE, '    '-     B. C  CRANBHOOK SASK AND DOOR- CO.  CRANBliOOK, I)   C.  -  AS8AYEM.  NELSON,  B. C  by buying this  reliable, honest,  high grade sewing machine.  ':  .-.-   -,| ���  ��� ,���'-��� - -      -  STRONGEST GUARANTEE.  National  Sewing Machine Co.,  SAN   FRANCISCO.   CAL;  PACTORY AT BELVIDEW3. ILL,  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  NELSON, B. C.  Jioarding and Day School conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B. C. Commercial and business  courses a specialty, Excellence and  swift* progress charactenize each department. "Parents should write for  particulars. One'montli assures the  | public of the thoroughness of the  Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms  commence January, April and Sept.  Pupils are admitted during ternn. -   ,    .  W* R. BEATTY  Embalmer and Undertaker,  phono 89.  O. F. DESAULNIER  'deaxer in  PROMPT  DELIVERY.  cranbboqk. ' Q,ueeD s' Avei      MOYIE  BEGINNING FEB, If,, lOOfi    ,  THROUGH  TOURIST  SLEEPEHS  Eyery Day In  The Year Between  .Seattle.And-.Chicago.  Great 'Northern Paiiway  .The  Comlorlahle   Way   Route of  the   famous Oriental Liniitod  For detailed information,  ratesr,  etc.;  call on or adross  H.   L,    Blackstone Agent G. N, Ry.,  FERNIE, B. C.  j      .. RAILWAY  Easter  ���"   Escursion  w  P. F. JOEA'SZOJV.  <B  S Thirf Hotel is New and well��Eurnished The  Tables are Supplied with the Best the  MarKet affords. The Bar is Filled with  the-Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  Rates  FARE and ONE-THIRD  *  ROUND    TRIP  On Sale APRIL 11 th to IGih.  Good Returning-  Until  sV  -   ' HEADQUARTERS   FOR COMMERCIAL  * AND MINING MEN .  -  MOYIE _____ _ itiiiTJSn.COI.l!MI>-'v  <sseeca*o,e�����6eee����<8<s<asee*s sf2*��s�� sfieea*$a &��&3��$3>3������G'c***  * f_t*_a__a_j___s-q>!_a!TOi_^  APRIL 17  Tickets on Bale at all C. Pi  Ii.  ofBces,  Port Arthur- to  Vaucouver,   including  Kootenay DiviHiou points.  For    full.'particulars''.apply.-to  local  ��������������� agent or write  J. Attwood, Agent, Moyie.  J.E CARTER, E. J. COYLK,  Dlat, Pass. Agt. An't  NelbOu, Vancouver.  oyie  As in tli' by Ihe pnsenl brewer is arhiiitIf(11V l'is  -^fe^^ , Best Bier m Emhi Kootenay. Willi the Bent MaH ���������-������  ^^^^~=u  Hip Ptirest Rpiing W.iti-r it is unexcelled /or quality-  Iiisnit on having Moyie Beer,  Bottled and Draft Beep.  JjULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor,  ; ':���"    WOVIE, B. C.  -***g**-gr_-ga^^  1 j.   a^ilu "T 1j ��,i ���""V.     _. 4t   �����      "Wf I  w  JA^JQy^^ji ***"W*^r��Hj^��J^yw^��  gitfji^i-twawi-ff


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