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 :rs,  f\ r,A~~  I      '.     IF*  .'"'��� "i,*^      .A     *     *���>    J-"  ^4.  4*  MOYIE, B. C. APRIL 15.1905.  S�� A YEAR  Heavier Steele Will  1  Be Laid.  LOCAL  NEWS.  mwm mil  % "v  The Entire Line" will Be Put  ' > In Ship Shape During  Coming Summer.   ,  Pzia Up Capital. $8,700,000.,  Reserve^ :���'���? ' " ���' 3,5O05OOO  Total Resources   - 91,000,000 (No*  Deposit^eceivod.;  .reseat Bate of Interest 8 p*rfcot  30, '0-1)  , The Canadian'Pacific company have  some extensive imrirovements outlined  for the Crop's NoBt   bjadeb.   of,, their  Toad, and they are putting forth every  effort to haye the; road in good   rapair  by the time^their Spokane 'branch is  built.    Among the improvements ' in  this vicinity will be the tearing up -of  tho light-rails along Moyie lake and .replacing   them -with  heavy steel and  the enlarging of the  tunnel near1, the  -head of the upper   Moyie la��e.   New  ties*'are- also* being   scattered ".along  the line, unnecessary curves' ars,hoing  straightened out and coniderable new  grading  and ballasting is going on,  , P. M., Young.,a 0. "P. E, engineer, is  .now Yahk aud ia "making - the final  survey between there aud the boundary line, ft is expected that a" livelj  listlo towi will spring up at, Yank "un-'  ,ction. *     ' ���  Jim' Lo^es the Irish;  HRE,',,  "��� *,  ,;.-i - "*li(  tit    V<  f  --���ii-   -.1 *\  ; '"vJ^ee:  ���     -.-      ���> - r. 1; ��� -_   ���  '- -    7<U      ' "*-,-,  ,^^lWmwwnnnrm���^trsassmf^  , -���^COZDEBT.  ��� *,.<  "i  ,1  ��� Hei:<{ Ofli.cc  citAxunooii  MpflE,B.  Fernie Ledge'! Irishmen _ make  .great miners. ,  Jim Cronin,' oi Vhe^ St.  Eugene and War. Eagle seems^ to  'know,\hia. arid ga'tbersarotmd 3iijGfi'iall  ."the Irish thaiVhc   can 'And., 'tip,   at  Rossland he4 has tho finest _ bunch   of  ���'chaws" that c\'3r drank .mountain  ;'dow at a Don'-nybrook" fa,'ir,  a fed ("very  man av tlvim swears ,that Jim is   the  bhoy wid the big white'hut.  & ��� Try A,Few Cans of ^  6  I  **p>ni'A 'fcgi 'jhohi luium-utwii i oiijimw"''! ���"M"1 'If^y":  iiu'mestea  u  ���. fl 1  Vegetables &nd Fruits- at  'JO  M. X Bcale was iu town Wednesday.  Mr.*-.' Cronin is'visiting in ,Spokane.  V,   Desaulnier, was in Cranbrook  Wednesday.  Dau Mcintosh  was   in   Cranbrook  Tuesday.   �� ,  E."N. MacBeth was. in  Cranbrook  the first of the week.  ���'  \V. G. Bateman and Fred Hazeh are=  out of the hospital,  ��� The Moyie'postoffice is  now   closed  all'day on Sundays. .  B. J. Oaria was   in   town   Tuesday  hustling for business, ~  T. V.  .Lowney 'transacted, business  ia Cranbrook Wednesday.  E. J, ilighwarden came up from the  new town oi Yahk Monday.  The youngest child of Mr. and Mrs.  N.bU. Proulx iS dangerously ill,  .Joseph Niederstadt, of the Moyie  Brewery was down to Craribook Tues-.,  day.    ^ , - ' , ,  r With this issue the Moyie Leader enters Upon the' eighth year of its publication. ��� i   v    -  A son was  bom \id. Mr. a"hdf Mrs  Philip , '(5umiiieri3 j Sunday   dorhirig,  Apn)*9tb' ' '���    '   '* r    >  ���r You cannot get  new  eyes  but you  can get new'glasses.    See   Wilson   of  'Cranbrook. ��� ,.      ��� ,  Rev. Father Choitiel of Cranbrook  held service in 'the. Moyie Catholic  churchlast Sunday.   %'  Glasses arc a positive^ lieip "a-^V?  permanent pleasut'e.':" Wilson of Craii-  b'ro'ok rite them. <?^  Miss  Florence   Mclieod   was ' here  'from Cranbrook the first of the   week  with a stock\of millinery., �� '_    ,  Henry though and bride' are .expec-,  ted to arrive bere^ next Monday from  Spring Hili, Nova Scotia. '      ^  T. V. Lowney is haying several need-  ,   .-     ! '.   '_-._*' *.���-   ...'��Ja   nn    l.ll'n   florimO-  l" \  - on  ^ L  '���$  With its ever returning house cleaning:  is again at hand,  Ladies, do not get discouraged. Start in  witli a new broom, bought from Mac-  Eachern & Macdonald, and^ if you  want anything in Wall Paper, Oar-,  .    pets, Faints, Linoleums or Mattings  dome and'see  our  stocfe,   Wf haye  * many lines that will make yourgxouse  loo^: fine ancVdandy.  'Fishermen's Paradise.'  l< Moyio is certainly a fisherman's'paradise., The lakes surrounding aro wall  ���mpplieci witli mountain trcutj arid tlie1  man' wild koca out >r; a day's sport  usually r^rnp$$ ipll/lled basket of ab'ec'/lovi bcauticB:  -The, fishing  METAli   MARKET.  i  New ��� Yonic���Bar silver, - 57 ccuia ,  Lea'd, $4.50.   ZincCspeltpr) 56.00.  London���Lead, ��12. 17a 6d',  XroiiDle Is Settled.  ,  "J    ,'    ' '~ :   ���'.  The litigation- .between ��� the Cen tre,,  seaeon io, now open, and alread  .excellent catches Iiave,bee  This week J. C. Drev/ry^joe Baj^er  'and Jim Batos were getting, in their,  fine - work. Wednesday afternoon  Bates and krewry were ouf'for a. fttw  hours -��� having a 'friendly ; contest.  Drewry 'returned with 17'in his basket^  Iready,, Borne . star and War Eaglo, companies, and  sri^do.     i j the Western Federation of Miners .-it  over. A isettlemeht. was signed m  Rossland by A. C. Gait, .solicitor -for  the conipanies' and Taylor ,& 0',Shea,_  solicitor'for, tho union arid individual  defendants: ,T���� settlpment accepted  by T* Gc. Blackstock, rhanaging ,direc-  1    fee Brigade B&nefit.  Tho'ladies of Moyie will give a da'noe  in Eaglo t hall on Monday evening,  Apiil 34th, for the purpose of raising  money for the benefit of the Moyie  Fiie Brigade. One hundred foet. of  ���new hose was ordered recently aud it  is for thu raising of kinds to pay for  this that the dunce it being siven.  Tickets will bo 'T, inclndiu'g lunch,  which will bo furnished by the   ladies.  PROMPT AND SATISFACTORY  l|,  Are tho Characteristics of ���  Fire' ��JW��"CT^-AJ*r01ffi  Qoinpanies we represent.   Insure with us aud get tho  benefit of  tho  lower rate wc offer and adequate protection.  turi  sakoaKJua'x  MOYJE.  :x^rKy*o*iusBJsa^s6gv^-^** *��?���  "v.  Wa carry the best range of hats in tpwn.   Sea our  union  mado "PHIDB o? tee West." They're beauties.  Tiff  Was Biff Pavdav."  The St. Eugene company  distrlbut--  >ed !f;30,0C0 amongst its  omploye.1    last  Mondav.* -Maieh broke nil records for  amounl of ore mined and shipped and _  \for the size of the compituyVjp^olk  Clark" Resigns.  A T\ Clark has handed in hia resignation as coroner for Moyie, and it his  been accepted. Tho offlw is cow open  lor sonjeur.es who is ufter n position   of  this sort.^   At-oui Elicumctlfitu.  Thf-rcarc few diseases that inAict  more" lotturo than rheumatism and  "thero is probably no diseaue for which  "such a varied and usclesa let of rcmo-  dioa havo been suggested, lo say  that it can be cured is, therefore, a  bold statement to make,but Chamber.  Iain's Palu Balm which enjoys au e;:-  teu-iive sale, bas met with groatsuccess  in tlio treatment cf tliis discauo. One  :innl:cationof Pain B.1I111 will relieve  ��� ihe pain, and . hundreds oi suite rcrs  JiaVo testified by per^aiiehf, cures by  ita uoo. Why, sailer when i.-ain. b aim  afTorcio s;ich 'uick relief i-nd coals but  ,-."triP.o    Tor sale by >7. J.  Atchison.  k  'i  ���',"    -Depooits of $1.00. or'upwards received.    ���  ''    '!' V '��� Therejis.no  better  iuveatinent than -a. Bavwgv,  ���Bank tifcpo'sit. '���'"{���...'���  Once opened it grown whcthei' added, to  or   -BOt.--'  Interest   allowed at. current   ratn3 .wnd   com-.  ,.  .      v  pounded twice a year. .'        '  ^^:fER^aie>BRAM0H7'     ,.. ,: ;��� ?; %.:: ,  keeps' good time.  B'il't sometimes good  watches misbehave because they can t  help it.   They often doii/t get.the care  ���Ai.  that they should. . Difl; accumulates,  3   -the watch gels'erratic;, perhaps  stops  ��i.    I      .. ., ���: 7VT_��� "������'.���   W������    tnrn  ������   17f'".I"  "���" i -iltogether,    How, wc'can turn:", wf.'.ph  4'!-h:ke"tbis into a useful tiinepieco again  .Jifir',) ycry"'Utt!o   'money.    V/n   TTOind  % llpkb it. apart; clean -it thorough^,   r"'  -Ttitfibgethe'ri'.o^'littnd it buck   Ko  y  ���! Va so.oil as.,'new.    {: '\ .; '.,   .  id  ptit  ���oil  'VV, ;H. VYIUSOM,. . ���  Jev.'eler. O^ANflKOOK, ��. C.  the" work.  , .   - ,,   , .. .  ., ,Mrs.'Tj>,T. McVittie camo opt from  ��� Fort Steele -ibis week, -arid returned  'Tb'ursdav -with.her husband; who wa8  ihero,surveying the Aurora group, ( ^  "lform'an"B!ill was in town Monday.  ������'That Iqpudeut Young Couple/' a  'three-act, English farco comedy, :will  'be presented in^Moyie about May loth  ���by Russell Reed aud his company.  The'Odd Fellows' meeting night,has  .been changed from Monday to Tuesday  evenings.    Members will  kindly   bear  this in mind.  Thos. Rader was up from Morrissey  Mines this week to look after some  business in connection with tho Aurora property.  "Si 1 -j. G. R. Parker and her two boys  ���arrived here.this week from. Chicago to  join Mr. Parker, who, ia ace mV-unt lor  .the Moyie Lumber Co." '  i Dominion'' Express money orders  may now be procured up tqwn^ at A.  B. Stewart & Co's. Mr., Stewart has  .been appointed agent for the company,  Mrs. Farrell is having the ^ dan cms  platform moved from across the lake.  The lumber will be used in putting up  a buildiDg iu town.  Irene Elmer, the liitlq daughter of  Mr, and Mrs. D. J. Elmer, 'has b'een  quite, sick with pneumonia, and was  taken to the Cranbrook hospital Monday.  Tho many friende ot Mr, aud Mrs.  Kliigenamith -ffill be pleased to learn  chat they are meeting with exc'Jllojit  success in Cranbrook in the Cosmopolitan hotel.  Tne Methodist, social which was held  last Tuesday evening in "Eagle hall  was well patrouiied and was a success  both from a social and financial point  of view.  A. P. Stephenson left for Chicago  this week ou business m connection  with the Moyie Lumber, company.  Ho will be absent about; ten days. ,  A stray-horse branded with a heart  on left hip and J. M. gii left shoulder  is atVUe-milliOf tlio Moyie Lumber Co.  Owner "a'r.es.ue'cted to cdrhe and, take  ���him? ar/aiy, "...'''     > |  :���      '���'.  Malcolm Ee'thuub, tho oltt man "*ith  'jjray v/hisken who worked at carpentering in Moyie for some time, wa.-v a-  rrested in Cranbrook last week for  stealing some tools and was given a si.v.  months sentence in the Nelson jail,    ,,  north;ot.towp,,';,The."ifaoV^ apcc,es|8ful  tiieg usedVere^ihe  "Brovvr.   Palmers"  t< - V  Drewry 'returned witn 11 in ms unstop Dy x, ur. iiiuii^ow^-*-' ^^^..^.-c   ���,��� .  arid BateB with io.   'Xeslerday . Baker j^or, 'and James Cronin/manager, is;an  arivl Drewry wbromH,aud Between  the   unusually, generous   one.   The. union  two,.they, 'caught, 4S " trout,-, some ��� of  them Weighing, as much as" 2 J pounds.'  These'catcheswere ipade in the.riarrows  and tho "Grzaiy Kings."  ���  ^��^ Licenses C-tf&fciM;  t'OV.V  I, �� , . ' I '  , E. A.'Hill- Al. Doyle- and, Walter  Edwards,'license cc^reissipr.crs, met  in Cranbrook yesterday end .Granted  liquor licciisep to Thof. 0a7en and  Ftj.uk Olapp for Hotels at Yahk, and  to L P. Chenctte for a hotel at Port  Steele Jiinction. "Haivy McVittio was  also gi-antcd-a*license for a hotel at  iiamilton: ^_  Merchants  Combine.  The firms of Morrow & McU'arliirie,  Maceonnell & Gillis, and , Manning *z  Siddens of Cranbrook have formed a  eommercittl merger under the name ot  The Co-Operative Stores, Limited.  The old Gilpimstand will-bo- occupiou  by the new company.  '.  Bho-amatic I'llinS QuW-.riy Bolloxcd.  The exciuciating pains characteristic of rheumatism and sciatica are  cimckiy relieved by applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm. The great, pain  relieving power of the liniment has  been the surprise and delight of thousands of sufferers. The quick relief  from pain 'Which it affords 10 aiono  worth many timea its cost. For sale  by W. J; Atchison.  men are more, than'plsase'd at the set;-,  tleriient which means th'e ,ond pf the,  long arid embUterod.strife between sm�� '<  ployqrs anfl\ ��npl<fybd i4 ,-Tbo, ,ci ty of  Ro33lanti.haQ suffered severely froth the  long diopute,,aria '.the restoration of  harmoit^^V^gQod^ feeling , will be  moat'acceptablo tb thi} citisena g'erier---  ally. .;     1 .,..]������ v . * ,  Mapa/jcr James Crocm has azprefia-  ed hiti perfect satjlsJdblion and his ploa:  sviro at having all caiisaa of contention  removed by miitual cdrioent.- What  the, aettlenient will mean tp Rossland  and its mines is bard to calculate^ Already the old miners, who conrributed  to the prosperity and progress of Rose-;  land in it3 palmiest days, are flocking  back.  , '  I 0* 0. F. Anniversary   .  The eiqhty-sixth anniversary of the  fniidpendetit Order of Odd Fellows will  be observed by the members of Wildey  Lodge Ho, d't by* appropriate service  in tho Methodist church on Sunday  evening, April 30th.- Rev. Lewis  Thomas, who is a ' momber* of the  order, will liave charge oi the service.  SiirtinMine.  C. O. Peterson while mucking in the-  Lake Shore workings of the St. Eugene mine Wednesday night fell nearly iO feet and was quite severely injured, but no bones wero broken. He  was taken to the hospital the following  day.  GREAM  R  r  t  o  tfo,;:--   f',^   -'  '-   -  '?-Yi,V     ������iK'~'- "V- ,. , ,,.  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I'V,  .  .. - -  ">t,r, ,<  , ,  '*y>  ,  .'0  ",' >  "-*  A.��^-W i-i.*����"ll*l.  -  7I>  ���j ~i.^.;a*wv  \  '.?���..,.7-->t.:-.v  ��--;���'���/.. ,.n."jssaa  tu-  ,���,.,��� *.��� . ',;'''i.'-l"���-1 :*>-"��� ���  <) T   i>  "l'\  "jSPwSShiwir:   (���''���iJlL  Elinor for tlie first time in her life  was looking the future,squarely in the  eye.' Hitherto she had been content to  nibble at life, munching away contentedly enough, satisfied /with the joy of  the moment. And she might have gone  on so for an indefinite^ time had It not  been for the1 occurrence of the 3d-of  June. .  New Tear's day Is significant only  because then, by common ��� consent,  time moves' up a number. This'particular June 3 made an indelible, impression on-Elinor's mind because ori that  day she began to be thirty-two���began  at the very beginning, of course, but  ��� still she began.,  , "I - shall say. I'm thirty-one ' all this  year anyway," she announced defiantly to that other self that receives our  dearest confidences. .-'"It's, such ,bad  form to say you're thirty-one years and,  ^ two months old,' or whatever it may  ,' happen tcbe. And if I have to write it  I'll make It thirty-one in round numbers���not even thirty-one plus." All of  - which, as the reader can,see, was very  unscrupulous.   V ' ,  'However, as she found, by fair the  worst thing about beginning to be thirty-two was the fact that you-couldn't  forget it The harder you tried the'bet-  1 ter you remembered it. "'������  .���<f>,"Wcll, what if I am?" ,       ,        .  ���<���'_ This was'thc remark that ourjheroine  slung Into space when, after a week of  torment, she sat down witli her chin  ��� resting <on her bands to have the thing  - out' "What if I'am? Sor'are plenty of  other   gir���women,   I  mean. . Alice   is  ��� thirty, Mary.-.thirty-one, Mabel twenty-  eight."-      ,  ��� , '   ,  tShe paused In her enumeration, struck  by the thought that all these friends  wero married. Matrimony was a subject to-which she 'had given the minimum'of thought ���She supposed" she'd'  come to It some time, but she was in  , no hurry to enter that narrow pasture  so long as there!was pleasant browsing  to be had outside.  > When she had thought, of0 it at .all It  , had seemed to me'an chiefly a tiresome  round of housekeeping that' resulted in  three perpendicular lines just over the  nose,1 a memorandum of worry, that she1  secretly determined to avoid as long as  possible." But.now that she was beginning to be',thirty-two the thing was  different. ��� ���, '  Gould'it be, she, asked herself, that  ,' she had made a mistake after all and  , that ..those three .incisive lines were as  much of an honor as'an, officer's bars?  Could  it. be, that  there was  a point  when one began toj be thirty-two���for  , instance, when becomingness' demanded that 'one' should lay aside "Miss"  just as it required that one should  stop wearing pink?.    > '  ��� She*faced hei* plight with a stiff upper lip, realizing that she had no one  hut herself to "blame. There had been  a number of men���the mischievous dimple at the corner of her'mouth danced  Into sight for a second at, the thought  of how many���who had done their best  to stop her in what she now recognized  for the first time her mad career. She  had declined their offers kindly, but  with a certain royal carelessness that  recked not of possible dark1 hours to  come. When did any woman ,born to  the belief in the divine right of queens  ever foresee dethronement?  She had inadvertently "lived over,"  as she had once heard it quaintiy  * phrased. Thero was no doubt,about it,  she was an old maid! She repeated it  aloud in all its brutal truth, scorning  such euphemisms as "spinster" and  ���"bachelor woman."  . "You're an old maid���just a plain old  maid!'' she said audibly. But it sounded like a joke���like one of those things  too bad to be true. She would probably wake up after a bit to find tbat sho  had been married since her eighteenth  year and had,a son ready to enter college and a daughter about to make her  " debut  No such happy awakening came,  however, and with desperate philosophy sho decided that since she was  an old maid she would enter into the  role i'or all it was worth. At least  she would avoid tlie error of being  kittenish.  Little by little her plainest gowns  were brought into requisition. Certain  little graces and frivolities of the toilet  were one by one abandoned. She timidly asked Alice, her closest friend, to  teach the children to call licr "auntie,"  a thing which she had hitherto forbidden under the penalty of a sudden  ��� death to the cherub that should first  be guilty of it.    .       ,  "What is the matter with you?" gasped Alice, with a stare of amazement  "And what have you,been doing with  your hair, and why are you -wearing  that ugly old dress, with all the handsome things that you..have?"  "I'm just wearing the things suitable -to my age before the dear friends  have a chance to point them out to  me,"' was the answer, and that night  her friend confided to her husband,  with thoughtful regret, that Elinor was  becoming a regular old maid.  Another of her friends and comrades.  Max Anderson, also noticed the subtle  change. Theirs had been a' sort of'��  brother and sister friendship of long  standing. For years he liad scolded  and criticised and bullied lier. Tlie  one thing that he hadn't done was to  make love, and Elinor liad long since  given up trying to make liim.  "Haven't you ever been in love,  Max?" she had asked him once, with  genuine curiosity in tlie gray eyes tbat  bad  been   more  tho'"   tme   man's   un  doing. A dull flush came up into' his  face, and he looked at her strangely.  "Yes," he answered shortly, "I have."  "Beautiful night, Isn't it?" he went  on after a moment, and there was a  touch of mockery in his voice that  made the questioner wince. After that  she asked him no more.  "What's up?" he demanded, survey-  ,ing her cynically as she came down  to receive him one evening, with renunciation speaking from every line  of her plain gown and, her smooth,  parted hair.' "Is it'some sort'of lay  sackcloth and ashes? What particular  sin are you mourning?"  "Tbe great sin of omission!" she answered demurely as they sat down opposite each other. But he looked -in-,  credulous. He had not known her fifteen years for nothing.' '  1 "Commission, ��� you mean," he said  dryly,' with, an air of remembering  things. - ' , ' -  -  "No; omission! I'd tell you about it  only you're never any. comfort to a  person. You're just llke'a.stone, Max.-  I don't know how I've endured you so  long."      t>     '  ��� He turned his eyes'lazily upon her  with a look long, steady, inscrutable.  Neither spoke, .but after a inbment Elinor, with a beautifully, assumed air of  ���perfect ease, sought refuge in a study'  of the pattern of the carpet.,'' ., ,        -'*  "Possibly I may tell you some time,"  he said, with, a nonchalant laugh, "but  go ori; let me hear .what's tho trouble.  ,You always tell me eventually."'     .  Arid so, in fact she, did. It was the  beauty of Max that he made you,like  and hate him ^simultaneously, r But no  matter ..whaj: you- felt you .wanted him,  and you usually confided in him. That  a'toleast had been Elinor's experience,  and It was being repeated for the hiin-.  dredth time, now. She, wanted to' tell'  him; she always wanted to tell him ev:  erythln'g. ' She leaned "forward suddenly, with a childish bid for sympathy in  her -eyes.    l "   ''     V   V  "You see, Max, I've omitted to get  married. Anil now I'm thirty-one"���. .'  "Plus," he corrected gravely. ���  "Thirty-one," she continued firmly,  ,'.'and, though it's been great fun���well,  all at once' I "realized that I!m an' old  maid. Jt's so unexpected. Why haven't  I married % That's what I don't under- ���  stand." , '   "' '���        ' ��� '    ,    ��� .,  . There was si pause, in' which it seemed to" her that she suddenly heard the  beating of. her .own heart. Before she  fully'realized ,what had happened, her  hands were held -close and Max *was  saying: -  "Look at me, Elinor, and see if you  can't find out. ,I've, waited years .for  you to finish sowing your wild oats."    .  WESTERN   CANADIAN  EDITORS ���  X A Series of Articles Describing ***.  * ', their Lives, their 'Aims and ��  ������ ,   Their, Influence. , ���  ���  ���  ���  ��������������������������������*���-���������������������������������������  .-        26.  r   i  W. H. HALL.  Unnatural.--   ' \ .     '  Small Nancy, aged, four,"-had.a doll to  which she was devotedly attached; It  could open and shut its' eyes, and every  night Nancy toolkit to bed with her,  "carefully .closing' its' eyes ubefore the  light was turned out. -One day,the doll,  as dolls' from1 time immemorial have,  been known to do', met jv.ith"an ^ accident -'Which--,placed the eye shutting  mechanism out of business and left it  with not only widely and permanently  opened optics, but badly damaged ones  as well. At intervals during the remainder of the day Nancy pleaded.to  have her dolly "cured,", but nothing  was successful. At bedtime when she  had donned her nightdress and started  for her little bed her mother.saw she  had forgotten her adored doll and reminded her of it, saying:     "���  ."But, Nannie, you've forgotten your  baby. She won't be able to sleep unless you take her to bed with you, as  usual."  To her mother's amused astonishment Nancy threw a half contemptuous  look over her shoulder at the doll, recumbent on a chair, and said:  * '-'Oh, what's the use? She can't sleep  anyway. Who ever heard of anybody  sleeping with their eyes wide open?"���  New York Tiines..  Crnnlicd tor Hla "Wife.  ���"My wife is not always as considerate of my feelings as she might be,"  says the man who invariably means  well." "I went horiie the other night  and I could see that I was not more  than deuce high with her on account  of���well, no matter what. I was full  up of a new theory a man had been  Imparting to mo, and as I always believe in a man's regarding his wife as  his intellectual equal I told her about  it. The man told me that it ia the  brain that really nourishes the hair.  He even went so far as to say that if  you pull a hair out you pull out a bit  of brain with it. It interested me exceedingly.  My wife just sniffed.  " "That's not new,' she said. T found  that out long ago. It doesn't matter  either whether the hair is pulled out or  falls out naturally.'  "That's what I get for trying to be  good to that woman. Stung by my  wife." ,       ���   .  Here he raised his hat He was as  bald as a newly plucked egg.���Wash-  ingtonPost  // Timing Danana-i;  It Is generally known that.bananas  are shipped while yet green and unripe, but few persons are aware of the  careful and elaborate time calculations  required in setting out the plants and  cutting off tho fruit In order tp insure  the arrival of the bananas  in proper  condition at their destination.  When a,  plantation is  begun  the young plants  are set out at certain Intervals, so that  they will produce at regular prefixed  times during the'year.   A certain number  of .days  before the  arrival  of a  steamer the green fruit is cut, and a  close calculation of the time that will  be consumed in the voyage must always be made, else the bananas will be  spoiled.    Fruit  steamers  carry  steam  heating apparatus to insure a uniform  tempbrature   throughout   the   voyage.  The ripening is calculated to occur only  after the fruit has reached thV. retail  dealer. ,  Rn@S3ei��K9^^^^r^^HSB^l-'^lH^B5S&3��lsi  WmmMMwmg' rr_i""f ��" "WMTHro"  II2K]KS8'��SUHS'''''.7.  -'4>-,vSs&jb��-shRH  a^xl*^mmt^J^vsh^^*sB^mi  m^^^l^mf-^AA frf.'-^fjf*WBt3(3Bm  4-'*"*g  V.'XWi  tilt  ">'".*"'''V  IRfB^ip  W^mSi^^fW^  ''',,'.   W. H. HALL.  . t     - *      i>  Editor and Proprietor of the Wolseley  a       ''.,'"', News! ' -' ,  ,''���   ;  ' The subordination or; personality  of'the editor;to the- interest' of,- the  paper, of which ,he is the, controlling  spirit is, with' some .newspaper men a  belief as'implicitly believed in as the  ,Thirty-riine Articles, by' an Anglican,  br.'the" Wesminster;:Confession by a  Presbyterian.',' They ��� believe that the,  individuality, of the 'man who -writes  should not be' obtruded upon his readers any, more' than, the individuality  of the-tailor, who measures,him for his  clothes should'be apparent to the public, or than the individuality of the barber, who1 shaves him shouldiho ."evident  to everybody who sees him walk down  the street. -.They hold thaf'the newspaper business'differs in,no essential  particular <from any other .business,  and that, if a man is qualified for his  work! his paper will evidence the fact,  and he will get 'public,support on the  merits of his publication, irrespective  of all personal and individual considerations.-This is.undoubtedly true, but  not the, whole truth." It' >is a very  humanV'characteristic to take a greater  interest in any ' abstract proposition  when it is' identified with a personality.  By this means' each' become - correlatives���one is always thought of in  connection with ,'.the other;' and the  interest of both,are thereby advanced.  Even .in-Britain,;'the home of anonymous journalism, many of the, papers'  of .-'greatest 'influence'derive, much of  chat influence because, of association  withithe personality"of a mail, i and > in  America'the instances are numerous  where the power of a paper has simply  the measure of the, personal "Influence  of its .editor. Greeley-and Watterpon  are'past and present examples of the  truer-.''of-tnis in*the United States, and  in Canada many illustrations of the  same truth could he cited-. What made  tue Toronto Globe of ?the last genera-,  tion the '|Grit feible" but the personality of George Brown? What butthe  individuality of W. F. Luxton made  the Manitoba Free Press of the 80's  the power'it was in Western Canada?  And, in a smaller way, because of their  riiore limited sphere of subscribers,  the influence of many a Western Canadian weekly is acknowledged to he  the influence of its editor, in a direct  and personal sense not usually understood. Instances of the truth-of this  will occur to every one who knows  anything of Western journalism���  cases in which the virile personality  of the man who runs the institution  can be seen by 'the discerning,, not  alone in every .editorial, but in every  trial item, and almost in the makeup  of the .paper. ,  ,  There are other men who, if not so  obtrusively original, are still able, and  whose paper from, week; to week .is  almost the only means 'of knowledge  possessed 'by their brethern of the  craft as to their personality. Of this  latter class is Mr. W. H. Hall, of the  Wolseley News. To the generality of  the' editors of the west Mr. Hall is  most generally known by the copies  of his paper that from-week to week  they find on their exchange , desks.  And it must be admitted that tho estimate formed of the man from his work  is a favorable one. - The News is in  many respects one of the most creditable of Territorial weeklies. .Few  papers better' fulfil the manifold requirements, of that often discussed '*ut  seldom seen r���heet���a good local paper.  .Many other weekly papers in tho West  have a better mechanical equipment  than the News but few display more  care and taste in using the' facilities  at their disposaL Its makeup and  presswork from week to week show  unvarying care. The .business announcements'of the local merchants  iare displayed, with a judgment often  looked foi* in vain in, much more pretentious papers. Its, record - of local  happenings is -in many respects a  model to other Western editors, the  news being brightly written and well  arranged. Being7the only paper published in Wolseley, it places local interests above political bias, and is altogether independent in its attitude.  Tnis does not imply that the News  has no opinions, or that it is a spineless wobbler. On the contrary it distributes commendation or blame to  both political parties as: the circumstances seem to warrant, and thereby  has secured the respect, not only of its  subscribers in the Wolseley district,  but,of the Western world of news-  aaperdom'as a whole. '  The editor of the News is Mr. W. H.  Hall, whose "counterfeit presentment"  vlor'ns the.head of this article. Mr.  '-all is English by birth, a west countryman, having been born near Bristol.  He was educated in the British grammar school, one of England's most,  famous schools. . He has been a resi-  (i  ���  No    Argument  Convince   a   Women  that a flour isaU right, if she can* t make good bread with it.  The one  a*cgument  that "wins  every womaii  in  favor of  ' ROYAt, HOUSEHOLD,-FSOUR. is, that it '.never fails  to turn out the most beautiful Bread and Cake and the most  . crisp and delicious Pastry when used. according to^ the very-  simple  "Royal Household''recipes.',,That one fact out-,  ^weighs all'the theories of-two, thousand years,    "v   o ���/'' ���-  No other flour has ever,made so manyantimatevBriends  among Canadian women in so short-a time.���Perhaps it's"  because " Royal Household'' is made by the new electrical  '-process���that makes a,wortfderful difference in cfi.our. ���  . ' ' " Your gnxjer sells " ROYAL HOUSEHOLD �� and yoxx can liave-tlie',  recipes by simply, sending your name and address to Tlie Ogilvie Flot��r  Mills,Co., Limited, Montreal, and mentioning tlie narne of thisj>aper.  ."  dent of Western Canada for ,more than  twenty years, coming to the,country  in" the 'boom year, of- 1SS2. His .first  newspaper work was undertaken, in  Portage , la' Prairie a 'year, later. *' In  'lSSn^ne���went to'.Virden and took  charge ���of the VIrden 'Advance. For  eleven years he edited that paper,' resigning "in 1896.7 .Three- years later  he, took over the management of the  Wolseley ..News, .-which under, his  guidance has greatly, improved ��� In  every important respect, and is now  one of the best-weeklies-in,the Territories: Mr. Hall' Is prominent in temperance- work, being one of the' most  influential ; members of the Royal  Templars. He is also a leader ;in the  Orange Order, and'-an officer in tlie  local/Forrester's lodge. ���  AN AID TO MOTHERS.  "TBE CAUSE OB V  WOMAN'S TROUBLES  '"      '���   '        '   "                   ,,   '    As ,        ,,'   *  ���     "   '       '       ,..���*,  IS' DISEASEDr'KIDNEYS   AND   THE  'CURE IS DODD'S KIDNEY PILLS.  Derangement of the stomach. 1-or  bowels is responsible for.most of,.the  ailments that afflict-1 infants' and,  young "children. , F6r\ keeping '.the  stomach and bowels in order "nothing  can equal Baby's Own: Tablets,'"that  is why children in the homes- where  these , Tablets are' used , are bright,  good-natured '.'and . healthy. , ,Mrs.-  Joseph,Wallace,'Shanley, Ont, says:'  "Lhave used Baby's Own Tablets for  ,my baby -since , her earliest' infancy;  and have found them f to-.be a medi-  pcinevthat; meets all-the rieed3 of little  -ones. They'.have 'kept my little one  "as " bright!' and. healthy as can 'be.''  V hese Tablets' are sold- under, a guarantee to' contain no opiate or poisonous '.'soothing" stuff. Sold by all medicine,dealers or by mail, at 25 cents a  box by writing the Dr. "Williams  Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont.'    '   "  HANDKERCHIEF CASE.  Useful AVJien Travelim*; nnd AIho F��*  Collnrx  iin.l   Stock*.  A handy' handkerchief case for women who travel is one ,of, those utterly  simple little inventions that are so'wonderfully helpful and can be enlarged"  upon or developed into a dozen other  things as" satisfactory in themselves.  A double use for it, by the way, is to  tuck turnover collars and stocks in the  division under the handkerchiefs.  Take two strips 'of silk or ribbon,  each twelve inches long by four wide,  lay 'cotton batting, with sachet powder  Inserted, smoothly over both "pieces, and  line'them with silk or another color or  white.  Lay, one, on the other, crossing, s'o  that the centers of both are in the same  spot, and sew along the edges of the  outer strip, leaving the edges of the  inner strip free. Then tack a half inch'  ribbon to the center of the outside, fold  the inner strip in three by. laying each  end over flat, and fold the outer over in  the same way, tying the ribbon securely in a bow on top. * !  The folds, both lengthwise and crosswise, will prevent your handkerchiefs  from working out, as they do so often  in handkerchief cases. And collars can  be deftly slipped between outer and  inner strip and folded over the handkerchiefs. They will muss less ��� this  way, if your space is too limited to  box them comfortably, than any other  way.���Philadelphia North American.  jaisconecrtlnsf.  , A prominent English clergyman once  congratulated an old lady on her bravery .in fighting her way to; church  against a terrible tempest, but received the disconcerting reply, "My husband gets so. cros'sgrained after meals  that I have to get put of his way, so I  aiicht as well go to church."  immtrnm  Iks  @M  ���EiNh  inugd  Vc pu  ��''  ions, spld ��"���  Ir1  fc  WoriSerful Cure of ��� Mrs. James Kin-  ,sella, who slept in a chair for Two  'Siimtrier's���What She Says .of it. * -  ' St. Malachie,- Que., Mar. 20.���(Special)���A- cure of- great interest ,.to  women has attracted the attention of  those interested in medical matters in  this neighborhood. >"Mrs. Jas. Kinsella,  wife of a well-known citizen, had suffered from, a', complication? of troubles  for'about two-years. She had a pain  in the right.hip,,in the' back and was  obliged to''pass water "every fifteen  minutes in a', burning, itching sort of  way. ''���.'���'- ��� '"'       '  , Sh could'not sleep-at night and'hadt  to sit up. in a chair for two summers.'  Dodd's Kidnek Pills cured her.,  Mrs. Kinsella "speaking *ot her cure  says, "After, the first' box of "Dodd's  Kidney Pills I felt much better. ,7Then  I got more" and -they, did;me' a world  of good. ' I have never s'lept "in"' the  chair since Fused Dodd's Kidney,Pills.'.  Woman's health depends on her kidneys.'- 'Nine-tenths " of the sd:called  female-complaints lare'caused by uric  acid ,in vhe blood. . Cure your^Kidneys  withiDodd's Kidney"Pills and you can  have no uric" acid in the blood.- -  ,Tbo Ijile Principal Sinclair. .  ,  The .funeral-of the late Rev. .John  A.. Sinclair, - Principal of Regina Industrial School, which was recently  held at the home of his aged parents,  Scotch Corners, near - Car.ieton Place,  Ont., had Alfred Fitzpatrick of Whitby, a classmate of the deceased, present, as tho representative of the Senate " and Alma Mater Society of  Queen's University, of which institution Mr. Sinclair was a graduate.  Mr. -Fitzpatrick gave a brief address,  reviewing the brilliant career, of tho"  departed, expressing the sympathy of  th*> faculty, students and alumni of  Queen's with the bereaved family and  friends. Mr. Sinclair- was a medalist  ���in philosophy, and had partially  completed the course for the degree  of Doctor, of Philosophy. He had performed ' invaluable services ' for his  church,and country as a missionary  in.the Klondike, and as principal of  one of 'bur industrial schools had  given a most important impetus to  the cause of industrial education. He  was not only a deep thinker, a profound student of industrial 'and social-.reforms, but he possessed a practical mechanical cast of mind, and in-  varialaly reduced his ideas to practice. Such men as he should be at  the heads of our' departments of edu-  c^-tion,    .  possibly from' the effects of a' drug,,'  may recover.   The man said his name-  was Thomas Deegan and-that he lived  In , Comoe  street,  one  ol the- better  ^class residential' sections of Brooklyn.  The'dead-woman he  said was,Miss  Mary, Savage, 30'years.old.   Both Deegan and Miss-Savage were,well dressed.-   The cab, driven"by a man who  said his name,was David Good, dashed  up' to the police station, and when the ���  policemen  came  out they found the  .man and woman   lying  fcack  in  the  coach.   'It was seen at a. glance that  the' womari .was. dead, .but'��� the man  was   still  alive' aiSW physicians ��� we're  hurriedly ,' summoned/    Ho    -became  greatly excited when told that his com- ,  panion was'dead. ���   '    "..-  Jt's" funny how evening clothes stay  on ��� a'r yoman when they seem to be  specially built,to.slip off.   '    ,  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns', etc.  When, Rheumatism doubles a  mail lip physician? and s,uffotsr alike .loses  hourfc and ofton despair ot a c\i\-o, but here's '  the execution. "Wm. Pel;-?, of Korwood, Ont;',  Bay-j. ,'*I was nearly donblod up with .rheumatism,.'I, Rot three bottlesot "south American Rheumatic Cure and thoy cured mo. < It's  the quickest, acUdr modecine t fcyer saw."���1*  ��� ,*���' ��� i   ,     - ,-.-'" '       ���  ��� <���, It has ���beon determined that the assassin of the'.Grand'Duke, is a man of,  good'-'birtb'because of'the quality,(,of  his underwear. ���- Presumably in a cold^  country like Russia .men, are born in'  their underwear so. as uot to catch  cold."1,  i'     -���   "    , ,v  .     .  t t   , V  The efficacy of Blckle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup in curing' coughs and*  colds and arrestng inflaiinmation of the  lungs, can be established by hundreds  of 'testimonials from all sorts and conditions ��� of .men. It is a standard remedy ih these' ailments and all affections .of the throat and.'lungs. It is  highly recommended by medicine vendors, because. they know and appreciate its "value as a curative.    Try it.  Nansen,, the' "farthest north" man,  has gone into politics, 'and probably  he will strike,an even harder frost.  Each    Washington's    birthday    the'  Americans  get, more fun out of the  fact that George couldn't tell a lie.  ' Slionld  Know   Everything:.  Editor's Son���I asked papa when the  millennium was coir.iu', an' if Mars  was inhabited, an' if it was goin' to  rain next Fourth of July, an' he said bo  didn't know. I don't see" how he ever  got to be an editor.  MISS   STONE   TO   TAKE    UP    HER  LIFE'S   WORK.  Miss Ellen Stone, the famous missionary in Bulgaria and Macedonia,  who was captured by tho brigands,  will soon leave for her old field in the  east. -When she returned to America  after her capture and .ransom from  the brigands it was her intention to  resume:her.labors among' the- people  where she, had been captured. She  found her mother, Mrs. LuCy Stone,  of Chelsea, feeble and not, likely to  live'.long.'.', So she decided that her  duty for the., time lay in this country.  Hence she has stayed, tenderly caring  for her parent. Her mother died recently at the Stone home, 9 Crescent  avenue, Chelsea. As Miss Stone has  consecrated herself to the missionary  work,, she will now consider her stay  in America ended. She goes at her  own risk. ������'������','  GRUESOME   PARTY   FOUND   IN   A  HACK.  A New York special says:���The  body of a woman who had been dead  several hours, and a man unconscious  and dying were found in a cab which  was driven up to a Brooklyn police  station at a gallop. . The man, who  was   suffering   from   alcoholism,   and  BLOOD Will TELL  Rich, Pure  Blood Will   Drive  Out tho  Most Obstinate Case of Rheumatism  - Growing pains,, aching joints,- stiffened muscles, tender, s-ft-ollen, limbs���  ��� that's rheumatism���a blood disease  that causes ceaseless agony and cripples thousands. It is acid in the  blood that causes rheumatism.' Liniments may ease the pain temporarily  ���but they never cure. To cure rheumatism you must remove tho acid In  the impure blood. Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills positively cure rheumatism,, acute or chronic. They act  dicectly on the-blood, driving the acid  out. Thoy mako new, warm, pure  blood, ancl send it. throbbing through  the heart, and lungs and limbs. This  new blood banishes every ache and  pain���brings good health and full activity. Mr. T. H. Smith, Caledonia,  Ont., says:���"For a number of year3  I was ha dly troubled with rheumatism,  and was so crippled up I could scarcely do any work. I tried quite a number of medicines, but they didnot help  me: Then I saw Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills advertised for this .trouble, and  I got a number of boxes. Before the  third box was used,T found myself improving. I continued to use the pills  throughout the winter, and^they have  completely cured ine. I got so that  1 could work oh the coldest'day without a coat and not feel a twinge of  lhe.trouble. ������ I have told quite a few  of my neighbors about the ' pills, and  they are a popular medicine here."  It Is because Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  make new, pure, warm blood that they  have such a great power to cure disease. They positively cure rheumatism; sciatica, neuralgia, St. Vitus  dance, partial paralysis, kidney and  liver troubles, anaemia, and the all-  ments which women, alone suffer from.  The purchaser must he careful to see  that the full name,''"Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills for Pale Peoble" is printed on  the wrapper around each box. Sold  by all medicine dealers or sent by mail  at 50c a box, or six boxes for ?2.50, by  writing the Dr. Williams Medicine Co.,  Brockville, Ont.: '���>* ,-  >  .).��� >  ���^E7 MOYIE   LEADER  MOYIE, B. C.  A 'Cute Youth.  ���trv youth was recently ap-  A ?0Ufio a bootmaker living iu an  eat iced to a, oo ^^     ^ &st cug.  ip^;  pren-  adjoinln  county town.  Tho harder you cough, the worse  tho cough gets.,  '8  jCoitfs-umpticm  Sre S8n.cLuns  is guaranteed to cure. If it  doesn't benefit you, the druggist  will give you your money back.  Prices: V S. C. "Wells & Co. SOS  J5c. 50c. $1 ' LeKoy'. N. Y.. Toronto. Can.  ii  WATCH THE  LITTLE ONES  "-j  ,. a -well-dressed young man  toi��- ^.aLaa -fair of boots. The pah  *U0 ^Sd were Priced lGs. 6d. ,H<  lie selected were i 12s.   and  exPlainfwhether he could pay that.and  return ����** ^��ly ��   said   tbe   youth,  SUHl be all right." *����***��  '   Federal ufe Assurance Company  ceedc-d to wrap    i youtb, re-       .   . increase of business to the ex-  ^d^TateTt'bhl^m  l^A^aid the employer, in an irri  DR.    SLOCUM ' WARNS    PARENTS  TO  STOP TRIFLING WITH   UNTRIED  PREPARATIONS.  ,  ���'Coughs Are  Dangerous, and Lead to  Fatal  Results if the  Right Remedies are  Not Apptie^i."  The Great Specialist Asks Every Parent to  Test  his Combined  Treatment  that  has  Cured   Thohs-  .   n ands of Children and  Adults.  MOTHERLAND  BABY. CURED.  Mrs.  T.   R. .Elliott,  Keswick,  near  and of assets to the f^��"f ����7JJ835f  979 52 making a total of $2,148, ^s.o.,  exchiiS of guarantee^ capital,_were  the  report  ��?����*   gaSuorttlCThr^urpTuVi ^StTbXPBCTP^NT,and^ OXO-  shown was  plus Lo policy  SSSBSe^^82^1iSB8T^K,d-"to   a^mT' lungs-continued to trouble me  ?ho amoSnt of ��157 040, of which $12,-   until last March, when I tried PsJ  585   was? reinsured.    The   company's _ CHINE, and in a few days my-lun0s  Bian," ���"���<" Vwliy  did  you   do  that?  teled*. ve alldwed him to, take those  You have auew gee   j,lm  hoots.; and you   wmshaii>i>  again-       ,��'-   -winked .knowingly,    I  -'0Ul1-'  fun'two^ boots for one" toot/so  trapped up two d^ The sh  ^tbinksiisTprentice hasn't much  to learn.- '  !   '   "   ������, Tw^althy.. SMn.���Eruptions. .^u" amonnt'of ��157,040, of which $12/  ���A clear  Healtnj^ ��     tches ,wllich ���c   wafe. rellisure(i.    The   company e       ?! .?�����BMare the, result of ta-| funds have beeh o^l^E^^J-^^^ftiSl ^-VnES^Si* bottle of PSYCHINE did  ���oleralBh u,c^j* aVjy unhealthy action, nrst.class bonds, .mortgage securities ,        _ doctors' nrescrip-  pure blood caused bynGvg_    In correct-j��nd loans 6a the company's policies., ^for  ���%��%J^^J!r  ���i he Dr. Slocum Remedies for sale  The Trials of a Country Editor.  Many and various are the struggles  of the little jobbing printer and newspaper proprietor in very remote country districrs, where the population is  scarce, and money more so     * ���S.*"  a good-tempered old chap who ^Ow  greatest difficulty in making both ends  meet, though he worked fourteen or  fifteen hours  a day.    Failing to  get  money for his subscriptions, he would  often take garden produce.    ��� ut this  did not always pan out all right. Upon  oiie occasion in the bitterness of his  hoart he inserted this notice:    We do  take garden stufi   in  lieu  of  money.  Send potatoes if you like, or a -few  carrots;  but,   for   God's   sake,,   don t  send any more .onions     We   cannot  print for our   tears."���From   an   Old  Country Exchange.  MESSRS. C. C. RICHARDS & CO.  Gentlemen,-My three children were  dangerously low with diphtheria. On  the advice of our priest my wife began  thi use of MINARD'S LINIMENT. , In  two hours they wero greatly relieved  and in five days, they were complete y  well, and I firmly believe your valuable'Liniment saved the'lives of my  children. (f ��� -<>  Gratefully yours,  ADILARD LEFEBVRE.  Mair's Mills. 10th June, '99.  PALE FACE, WEAK BLOOD  You  can make ihe Blood  Rich, the System  Strong, the  Complexion Healthful  by Using  DR. CHASE'S NERVE FOOD.  ���, do some people have ^|��S' a' "��"? S�� "S^T"*  ful   rosy   complexions   while   others  are pale and wan in countenance?  Why aro some people strong and  able to defy disease*while others are  weak and subject to all the ill* of  human kind.',  blows you find yourself getting strong  and   robust.    '  Mr3.  M.   <���->-  Clock, Meaford,   Ont., .  writes*��� "Ti-eo years ago,I became  very much  tun  down in health and  suffered   from  weak,   tired   feelings,  indigestion     and     rheumatism.      At  SETd=ence Is In ^e blo^   PaiyndigeSuon     ��^���^���'that X   * *v,Q nvf-lids. eums and lips veil  urn*-***  *���  *���'�����������>  ; ,     WhH��  lor of the eyelids, gums _.  of Wood that is lacking iu quality and  pure ���������"V" -*--, -ddneyg.    in ���corr��^i- and lo&nB  ot the hver ^na and'restor- ly secured, by reserves  s i "oS�� S�� h��mnai condit -  without' leaving^ny^trac^        ,f ^  The y^T^^^o\Zt  keeps.. The PauSnte   ,   keeping these  the only company, ne �� ^ ,, ^  days  For the  nas^tw^inonths the business done has,  been in advance of that of the cores-  ponding period in 1904. Mr. David  SerSwas re-elected Presldent .and  Managing Director, and  Lieut.-Colonl  5ICTheefip'erson who, has poor blood is  subject to headache, dizziness   sleep  lessness;   the action of the heart  is  weak and there is sometimes.palpitation; the breath is short, and there  is lack of energy and strength.  This weak, anaemic condition is en  tlr��� overcome by ^ persistent use  of Dr   Chase's Nerve Food, which is  ! above alf else a builder and enricher  of the blood.  You can best prove  cares aud deserve the nigKest endorse  meat and use by all Canadian Mothers.  The Dr.  Slocum Remedies are lor  sale Wall drug^ts^OLTSFOOTE  EXPECTORANT ,25c, ��� OXOMULSION  your  increase,,in  ���te$_^�������  found in,another column. ���  Minard's Liniment'for'sale everywhere  Eves and nose ran ^7-t.j hRT-.  nOTrcher, of Brewer, M*ta��. ~a#s8ter Would  SE%fcte^eu1 Stel" ^ conts.17  sponsible for the following s     *    dl"0/  ,.4crublady" who cares tor ^  -How many ;<nu���\\    on0 morning.  O'Flarity?" he asked 1er one ^  "1VB Toerho Srd'wlte of me second  hSnSS'thretbethe.second.wife  of me^.first."  T5e There a" Will Wisdom Points the1  -The sick .man 'pinesto^ relief  ��m,   *��    -   ' 'A Requisite for the Rancher.���On  Water.-I ^V^ rangeg,of the West, where  For further'advice 'or-information  'write or,call, Dr.; Slocum Limited lis  King "street West, Toronto, Canada. , ���  $1,5000.00  AWARD'  For the  prodnclioi* of a hardy apple and plum.  II icterested write for our caUlopje of hardr  men -*and stock are  mwLmM . far from doctors   nursery *����-W^|��^rg-jJSSS  and apothecaries, Dr. Thomas' Electric   KSwberrT^aniS.  ornamental   shrota    and  SfisVpt on'hand J^^J^' gS ^S^^Sff ��SR? .JiSMSSt .ST& ��^  q, a ready-made medicine, not oniy  for many human ills, but as a hors-3  and cattle medicine of surpassing  merit- ��A Worse ' and cattle, rancher  will find matters greatly simplified; by  using this'oil  o*  Srees that ni   _  ������itorie-!, *,Address:     ,  Buchanan Nurtones.  St. Charles, Man.  Mi  lnard,8��Llnlment Relieves Neuralgia.  Diggs���What do, you do when you  and your wife quarrel?. Biggs���I go  out and find the fellow who first.introduced us and give him another licking.  '  Caller���What a beautiful baby.   And  what is its name?  'Young Motber-  Bridget-' Sullivan   DeVere.     Caller  Mercy sates!." How did you happen  to 4ve it a name like that}?    Young' ���  Mother���Why,.the cook threatened to  "leave when  baby flame   andl we   got  her to stay by naming the baby after  her.     .  . ,     -      , .'  n*M��M ��Ty gF TOLEDO ]  B.S.'  partnor id the "ir-n101 ^J-g Ob'o.Coifhty and  busiues*- in the ^��t*��"1i"u=?"2 firm'will pay the  Siat6���ttff ONE WdRKD'DOLLARS for each  and evor?caE3o of Catarrh' that cannot bo cured  SlOTo of Hall's Ca^h Cure.cuENEy  Svvorn before me, nnd wbw-ribad in my pres-  acts directly,/on ���nedD����,03timr.*i*.ils free.  of the system^ ^^vl^ c0., Toledo, O.   ,  ^Ws^fel" SS?Sn.tlp.Uo.. .  fo week; while^ using this gre.t food  CUNew  rich flesh and tissue1 are added   nlw strength and vigor take the  oplace of weakness and Buffering, and  required help to mo/e in bed. While  sick and downhearted 1 received Dr.  Chase's Almanac and sent tor 3ome  of Dr. Chase's Nerve Food. -  "Under this treatment I soon began to improve, and by the time I had ,  used eleven boxes of Dr. Chase's Nerve  Food I was happy to find myself  strong and well again. ' I often think  of what a lot of money I spent Tor ���  medicines which did-me no good, and  believe I owe my life to Dr Chase a  Nerve Food.   I hope-women who suffer  this by noting1 as I did will benefit by my ��Perienc.  tnis Dy n       6  ^^ uga Dr> Chase.a Nerve Food.  ' Dr   Chase's Nerve Food,  50 cents,  at   all   dealers,   or Edmanson,  Bates  & Co.. Toronto.    Portrait and signature of Dr. A. W.. Chase, tho lamoui.  receipt book author, are on every box.  ERAL ,'L-BF"  s s <us r sk r\ g &  ="���*,      Hall's  23rd  Annual  Report and Financial  r ���  Statement  ' FOR THE YEAR ENDIN G-DECEMBER 31, 1904. ',  load his stomach with ..compounds Uignammous.^  S^���He^^rtta.��AlHtloA|Sde of ber own colonies is  to load his stomach with ..compounds I ^^i^us.  ��hiph   smell   villainously   and .;taste  Which   smeu ^m to deal  Cuba, acting probablyf under^nited  qtateg infiuence, persists in refusing  to'SearBritaln^osWavored-nataon  treatment. The Unied States .ho ds  hi S that the most-lavored-nation  clause in a treaty "does not relate to  Srivfleges- granted to third parties in  ffiuS^ tor Ipecific concessions G-rea  -nrirnin'qinolicy of admitting otner na  Sons to competition with her, for the   Vhisdi"^:^ ."and aid digestion  ??nA ���, X.^ ^-nrn polonies is at least   eents.-.6.  That Cutting Acid that arises from  the stomach and almost jangles is caused  by fermentation of the food, m the^Btomacn.  M��>r,f tl-p shareholders'of this company'  The twenty-third annual ���eetins oMLe^ share ^ Tuesday> March  was held at the.head offlc^oj *l���*$����wi3i0 chair.   The folio,  .     .   . .' '._v_.....��..�� /RiiliTnitted*.���.  re-  "i/s SisrssyBi. -���;.-^rt  Mrs.'  Qheery���You   should ��� 'always  Zs^w^SrTw^^  oSSestlon and/disorders of thedi-  ' gesUve, organs, have no, equal.   -  '.   Mame-She and'. Mr.\ %ks .Jcorre-  .   iutt.x. thev'   Mag���Naw!' Why  spond, dont.tney. < "?*?-. QT1..ov,p"S  he's real dark complectioned an she s  a dizzy blonde,"   ' ���     '  '     . ,   ,  v���   ,       .- : maTceTigh't of your "troubles, dear. Mr.  Heart relief, in half anhour.- 'gSy-l do. Whenever a shopkeeper  rduiiolllVophVo^^'--t^oubTe'and0! .      "___L_ '-  ^Kffi^-=^"il^  P .'.Mrs.' Goldenwads doesn't, seem to  Mina  rd's Liniment Cures'Dandruff!  thin and  "If your blood   pure.youarc miserable all tne  time. It is pure, rich blood  that invigorates, strengthens,  refreshes. You certainly.know  the medicine that brines good  health to the home, the only  medicine"tested and tried for  60,years. A doctor's medicine.  -I owe my life, ^thont ��inM. to Ayjrt  S������p��rlll��. it 1. th. ������t���*2<l*MT<5��u  clM in th�� world lor n��*7'��������,��- "J^S."  permanent, and I cwm��t th��)c y��^����^-  r^-oft-Slr^Werful treatment. ��� I owe my,  life to it."~19        ' '     ,  '. ��  , ft> ��� .   . ,  'feThls story is told of'a'nice old rest  -Tn out and do something, be some  thing 'V he exclaimed; "become fishers  ���rVfon"Vmd he wondered'why the.  audSe t^eS-^ewYort Tribune,  ROASTED IN FULL VIEWOFSPEC-  ,   TATO.RS.  A New York dispatch" says:���Nine-  ar^s?*^a^��ss5  of thousands in the s*-r"e��;  Just as the bread-winner is getting  accuftomed to the idea of higher rent,  S^prS��openingsjre_a^ounced.  Exceedingly proper people are "seldom inetresting. ���    Cater to the average man's vanity  and the 'rest is easy.      �� , '   <���  o 111 'fitting   boots  jind~lhoes   cage  and cure your corns.        ?   ,    <   ���  . "When I was-in Arabia on my last  trio-saidSir. Arthur Campbell, who  SesTemi-annual visits to the Orient  "I heard a native miser give a sjrewa  and quick-witted reply ���to a de^ibh  X had asked him to grant a favor  -On one, condition,' said the miser   1  VJUlUOU"u,u��  *,  ... -"U  be very well educated or to have much  Refinement," said Mrs OldoaaUj. At  the dinner last night I heard her say.  ^S'?��SS'J3UfiSit"Si  SuSd would, kuow .�����**��* Z Xme"o7V7tt!��."-^'---e- R^  wlll do whatever you require  S^asked'the dervishu    t'JNerer  DIRECTORS'  REPORT.    ^    , '     ��� ,  , '���   vour d.reotors iVe % ���� �������-��J^'XlS'-SSSS. iwC  moot of tlie oomiony 'or tie, j... ��Uca ��<����       , ,  -^rne^bSnTss^tl^^^  ��� an? S^a'nd1^^^!^^ ior >.^^ were.ac  "Cei3tSinPrevious'year,the,ir^S;^c^pan4  crease, and the assets o   the.��   ^e be ^ capital  and have now reached ?2,1-18..��� *3-o7   evom       uarantee capltal���amounted at  The security for PoJ^^^^^tte.liabilities for reserves and all  the close of the year to J .018w73J7 .and the.l q�� ?li055;837.Sl   .Exclus-  outstandlng claims, ?1.962,S3o06, s jo wing poUcyholders was ?185,S37.S1.  ive of uncalled guar^ eo^cap Ul ��iec^rePS^msPlhr0Ugh death, o.the amount  *��oroi��^ r reSon of pre-  . ^^.-^K^^ " toP%olicyholder3   amounted   to  S198.9H-34. -       "    "    ���       ^ .a,  tr>  the   investment  of  tlie   company s  * Careful attention has ^een given- to JJf ��^nd loans bn the company's  runds; in "first-class bonds mortgage ��curU�� .^^^ have ielded, a very  policies amply secured bj  reserves,   wui      , _ ,.  'satisfactory rate' of interest r reasouablb Umlt, consistent with due  'Expenses have been conlinea ��*";,   .  efforts for new business.^      ..... ,. ���;n-.-fv,ritr nrocress.    Compared  -.^0-. ���*-r'A,���'..,rv'v,-7'vti-ai'i  ���.pa^f ��� ''���--'���   "������ "��� -'''--������*������.'..  si��>v;i-' -,*1:jf.?S*i'K?��'i  .1?" i**Ll     ...j   .     "* . '?���.     ������'ij-.  11     ���!_   t     js.*-ti-i_*-,' ���.tt *ii.\ jAti  'Look at those there'roses  Record-Herald  publican.  nerattoi-i to discriminate between  --^fe*itt?-&.  ot laousi-iuo ^" ���-      ���-f���_ QT1 inves-  g��rn,x\f,fsa-'--^��-!  uve blaze was the  ed  tenement  tteaUooTttot he tad re^ou to beneve  I fl.OO �� bottlt  [AH drnspltti  j. 0. AT�� 0��K.  I^w<Jl.  Mm,.  for  Poor Health  ��ipht srroatlv aid. the 8arsaparma.  *\     ttn    / i.axaxivo oos���� *��>  )   ���   \        night groatly aid  fire" marshal,    tenement   house��  S'Sf=s|��  S����E5  fn" ewmS after the blaje start  ed. The building was one of the usual  crowded tenements   and the^disaster  SsSt ^slde���' Tl e SstiSt0aItorne^  office ha?" begun an investigation to  pSee the b?ame for the great loss of  life.  Teach ihe rising ge  iirvli_  ^ others ^J^h%���lU?Llrk��  purity and ^^'^��Zi.nd the expense of  lhe worry <>f.^^*-rls7jnlight Soap washes  \&X$ w'�� -��h" Hlrifor^of. water.  You" money back for any cause of complaint.  Lever Brothers  -Limited. Toronto  (T  Coupons now  with every  pound of  The'results of the year W<^*���^F*^*$��l^-im your ap-  l the precedii  proval show anu.v..��-��� -���- -- mmllv now amoum,  iu ^j-v/.v.^.,---   P,    The assurances carried by theo^���pf��ythe full amount'required by law.  uponvwhich the company holds reserves to the tun ,  and; in addition thereto   a ^Jf^^Jiay  are  intelligent  and   loyaU  The field officers and agents of the   ������*/reSentation of the company's  and are entitled to mucn credit fo   their^able rep ^ tQ the  interests.   The members of the oihee stall mne a       v ,  company's service. ' .    .      tate that the business of the  your directors are Phased to be able to ^^ate beeQ beUer  company for the last two months of the;      rien   ^afc   the   oullook   ��or   the  In the corresponding months,,of last >eai,  a f  future is very bright^ DEXTER>   president and Managing Director.       (  u    AUDITORS'    REPORT. __  To ����� p^i-t aud mreeto-, ;.?e Federal ^^^^  December last, and have certified to their  U-1-few.^Jl^Ci   f  *_   -wi"*":  "*nJV c  ���fc^i ,��.*.��-. Vaa*tia  c  .Sj-1    '      ''-''' ����� '    , 1 .    1-  * /��� '-~\i- "=���   H  ^;w"; >, .::;-���'7;,.-'i-Pl  company for the year ending 31st  "Th/cash and iournal vouchers have been closely examined, and agree  with the entries recorded. DOssession of the company have been  ��� The debentures, bonds, etc.. inthe PP|s^vl^nilfent; or banks have been  inspected, ^ilst ^ose depositeda^lnfw^htho'amount as shown in tho  verified by certificate, the total agreeing  statement of assets. revenue  and assets  and liabilities.  The accompanying statements, viz..  rev financial position ot  show the result of thenar's operations, and, aiso,  the company. "' jj   s. STEPHENS,  Respectfully submitted, CHA.RLES STIFF, I  Auditors.      '  (n' A^r?f *   m--  li f--i '   . "  '�� 'v't  ,-VV-1  "T'v*-.  ,^"  ���I {'    t  '- ''i'*.' _  \.%"/*  i^Vt;  ���'t.i!.-.^.-.  '���> '        J1! '"*i  - - u1 - va  Qs1  FINANCIAL STATEMENT FOR 1904.  RECEIPTS.  I  Hamilton, 1st March, 190o. ? 512,3SS S3  Premium and annuity in come..... ������������;���"���. J" " 8C 329 51  interest, rents, and profit on sales of secunties , $   G2S7ig 34  DISBURSEMENTS.  .?  198,911 34  Paid to policyholders    191,020 70  All other payments "     2S3.1S6 30  Balanco    ;        : ?   62S.718 34  1904.  .?   CS5.3S3 S2  .?*-  ASSETS, DECEMBER 31,  Debentures and bonds "' 704,163 S3  Mortgages  ...........-������ ������;���"���"" "_".   '/.... 410,015 33  Loans on policies, bonds, stocks, etc.....                 ^ 348,6.05 39  All other assets..... ������ ���������������������:������������ 7,"  LIABILITIES.  ?2,14.S,773,37,  ��� ,'��fE.^v'  If it Is a Question oi^vV^rmth use  (   . Be5innin5 at once.'card inside end marked  as 1   Coupon  wi^ count  ,     This makes the tea coupons count up very. quicwy      .^.^^J���]  =^i,:.-*- ��bb9n T-, ���** ������*.'. ��*���'"���ro '��-n-.-'1".-  your  Coupons. ||  BLUB RIBBON, Departments Winn'Peg'  Cold.  TEBS&  It Retains Heat anA mU*F m*  wrttn  for   8aaipl��t   �����* Trlee*.  PERSSE; Limited.. AKent*f Winnipeg.  Reserve   fund..... ."��� ��� ������ ��� ������ ���*���"���*"        " " "  ���*.*.  Death losses awaiting proofs. .......������������������   .;��� ���  Other liabilities ';'i; ��� ������ V '   ','. '  Surplus on policyholders account.. -., ������������������   ��������� ���  ...... ��� ....'���..   ���  Assets   .....���������- ....������������-���:  Guarantee capital........... .���������������. ���������.���; ���.������.;���������'' "'  Total security.7-: ������������������ ���������*���",���'"'��� "  Policies were issued assuring   Total Insurance in force.. ��� ��� ��� ���  ���  The '.foregoing reports' and statement^were  .'.?1,SS7,724 Sl  51,140 00  ..       24,070 75  .���������   1S5.S37 Sl  $2,14S,773 ol  '  ...$2,14S,773 37  y\\       870,000 00���'.������  ...$3,01S,773 37.''  *.?. 3,010,499'! 50  .  iC,047,S06 23      .  received and adopted, on tha  ���xhbtibroi psid^t David ^^-^^j St^^^tt^S^  The retiring directors.wete re-elected, ana at Dexter,  ^JS^^^^^V^^��� a��d Rev-:Dr'potu'  Vice-Presidents  '/���'���I  The importation into Russia of  bombs under the label "oranges is-  analogous to the importation of cannon info the Transvaal under the guise  of "pianos."  \ft/ W XJ   No  ��S25  �� _*-^*      nnl-r 25 <sont�� po* rnnnlajr foot. ����j  thepaoew.be fence co. limited. w..^h... t���.  ".������- ��-**.��.*���  I v\  r.v M  ,1'V.     .mi       >  -*-fK  ��i"  d lill    "��� /������'<'-��    "-* --'>- *����� --*' i >  ��.   n"' ut-1 a��� cvtiJi df tJig f.coi'lr  ( ' i  v* :��i.vif�� *ml T2#��et Kootenay.  >. ���< *i ��*TSf .��- ot-*.;  publishers.  ea,tes o? snisBcair-TioN.  0 33 Year.  "*h  ,.$2.00  SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1905.  It pu/7.1eo 't.3 to understand how the  TrtjjfaicM co'd'ors haye  been ' eo ' auc-  .-iee��"i:l nvi'hur  fnjht  against  Russia.  ��� Hardly any ot llicm lAve ever been to  a camp isieetinci tontlu'd 'holy K-U<?.r,  or been .cnpt.i'Pd' by lhe s*al*"ation  army, an'd we arc? safe, iu". spying tiinl  not one JVp iu a million,iver, lies.��J,of  Lsurier or attended a-Hey^ruta School.  i ���FerniCf'Ludvr.e.   '  ��--���S-""^^  io i;nnn inr ��nrp, 'fhf: Q3t  What fs yooa;  /*��!  dlEU     ftUU!-JUlluwv��  Wc ar�� often asked that quaatioh, and we have  several   preparations that are beneficial.    One of-the best.we tbmk h  DR. SCOTT'S R 77.,  '���      Itcures Hoarseness,VemoVes SareWs and breaks   upija ,OoM.  Costs o0 cants a bottle at]tbe '      '   ��� -  i ' ' I ��� ' '       *���  p, o: pru^and,Statipnery Store; �����"  -r-^'    ' L'O.vQ/F.  ^^^^8^3 Vl'il.7t'y J^'lB - -���-������ ''"������  Meets every Tuesday evening in their  hall on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  1 A. G, MOHKHOTJSE,        "?��� J- SMYOTI,  Noble Grand.      '       Secr'y.   <  IJL��JHHl.T>",-'"geJ"."il \\\*Vt'iMmjMlia&��m*.i~.m.!JI��JU<��..t     ^  . Prescriptions carefully prepared.  PEoraiETon.  ii  _M^._��� _l_JJil U��H.*'I'"~1 " *^*W*  Glean tli Aowii- ���  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No; 7! W. F. of M.  Meets in McGregor liall every Saturday oveninu. ��� Sojourning members  are cordially; invited to attend. i  'Chas. Hastings,  '   Thos. E. Kelly,  president.     ' , .-Secretary  CROWS" HBST STEAM  MOYlll ABETKKO. 855,  "iSS-il  K*r*-^ jp. f, v it  ���Jft    t EL  1.  ���f  " i  Substitute the word "Slavic jut IsV-ltuu  and you have inexactly-. Tixidia tuK-s,  i from the Nelson iTribiiiiu:        '���     ,    ( '-  '-'' Nelson has the name of being ou��; nf  the pretties* iittiw towAr on ilioL^v.iific  Coast.' "Let it have the  rcpuijitiou ol  4 'being ono of the cleani.a towue lis Bri.l  ish Columbia.   'Back yards1', and Jinice,  can be kept claia by   cloning', .tlir-'m.  ���There is no oih-ai" v.-.l'y. ���; - ��    ���  w//7^"m \Y/^    '   a* C'-ll  ���e// .s^^^^W"    ��� ;..-���.  ^,1t   vV'-vt   v-,.   -;"v4-] fe^ '.-<-  X M I,' ��� " '-"^ V "; <���'���.,"' -v4 hj    i CllANBEOOK,  ���/V;:" V'V ^ ^#. *| i,. ��� .-���.���.  .   Iff   ���\-r��:&*     l ;i '��*'        //    ��� ^"Pft^-<ry*\  *&.'iv>SL Vs/Ti. ^A.,  TBggT��S-",,J-a  b. a  ' ���������-      ,<j,  t^.JT  ��� Broad .and. Boiigla. ��� ���  , ,��� ���     ������ ��� - >���0,      ���.  A,yoiiDg man   wbb  has   uot   been  married long remarked at .tho dinner  " 'tabic the other day, "My dear. I* wish  'yoc could''make bread sucli'as'mother  ased.to'mako,"   The'bride smiled   and   ^  ,    answered in a voice that did not trera-  'ble:    "Well, dear, I" wi-sli  you   could  ,   toake tlie dough  that  father   used  to  \ firiake.'"   The bread and  dough  question hasn't come up for family discue-  ���aion siace.    '^jimJiiir[L.__'   CliamTierlaiu's ' Couglt Remedy  tlio   Boot  ,     and  atost X'opuUir,.  r "Mothers buy it for croupy children  railroad men 'buy it for'' severe' 'coughs  , .,   and    eldercly ' people buy it, for  la  ' 'grippe,'" say Moore Bros., Eld'on,Jowo.  "We sell more of'Qhamberlain's Cough  Kemedy . than    any, ,otbert. kind. ,.It.  iccms'to have   taken 'th'e', lead   oyer  s.-veral other good brands."    There   is  'no queetion bet "this  ocdisino ,"o  the  "best that can Lit,, procured  for  coughs  and eol'Io, whether it le a child    or an  '     adult thai is afiiictdd." It always cures  and   cures quickly.    Sold   by   \V.  J.  iVtohisoii.  -  ���    V6}l TnB.TKS'-JAGJ'ir'TKNT     V  }Vi.' live shovv'"':!,, -'.  most   cVarnaing  lino of       ' ' '-, ''*','' "  lor av\t, '.iseniynt'i or fd.* prrfientatidn'on  Uiiili]ily��ciV;j.v ���:,l-.,*-o��c.Ti;I*ion."' They  ivill^ninl'ie a plc.-.sj'tts r.r.d Very .icccpt-  gift at any time.     , '   ���    '  , f: : tot ���' -p  br5 a Tr>Tg   ' -r v  Graduate Opliciun,'      CRAURKOOK.  a  FIR9T  ��� -   ,   ' -���  ,    - ' ^  We Neither ,   Patronizo' or  V    '', 'Employ.Chin  q"        L-avo ".VGrtr with  a;*b; stbw aSt11 & 'op.  ,c..'' *  "i,  IS. B�� Q*  -,'j��*^>T��-J,^*a3J^fV' "  >fc*S?t^'A>Sio!>^v,���-'^  Meets   TCvr-ry   Wd'diiesdny.afc   8 P. 11.  -E'.A.umij,'  '   j."ii. iiawktc, ;'  V/ortby^res. ���    ,   "_(Worlhy ,KccT"y.  HaTvey" .&   jSoCarter,'  .  -'     ''��.'���        ,'������.''     -    ,;  ' - Jiiirrit-tere',.��Solicitor3> I'Toiar'ss, '"(&>c.  ' '      ' '        v'  ' '  ���dra&ilbrodk, "-' -":"B. (G.  , n.  /   i-l    V.>/'l  BAUUISTJUB, Si>r.ICITPJK, ICTC.  CRANBROOK.  B. C  fk\ Mafaufaoturers of and dealers' in all kinds of, "Flooring, Ceiling, ffl  ���5|VSiding, Shiplap, Commoii Boards, Dimou^ion, "Finish and Lath-., .     jf|>  'i\i ,      'Prompt' attention to -wholesale and retail orders,     ���-    -.   *' "  ,  '   (ft  I   "a CAMERON,^.'"'   ' " ���      ;' '|'  II  1 ��-Tbi<"Rrot��i is New and well Furnislied, The. *  I TbJT^bles 4ee��fea^thi.tto.BeBt-thg  '  fc     , MarKe-t a^or<i3. The Bai:, is Filled with ,,  ~      ' the itest Brands of i Liquors , and Qigars. ,,  '   ' i   - ' '_...' , '      ! i     ���       ,  v , V��  11?  (ft  to  ���V  ��  aAzx**mrm^*L��JUwrvTTir**rs*2xairti  i '   - MnVIl! IIP-  DBS. KING'^-'MlIiES,  Wholesale Wine      | ���' ��� j&ttisir3?��&'&&>-   "'  [and v-SpiriG jilVleT;    fe; UviHWia Moyie 11th of each, month  ���'  chanf.' ,*'-'���'  ���"���^  'A.gent;for���Calga,ryjBrewingC6.'s;'  Beer5'-Ale andqP'o.rter.  ��� i1 ���',."..'  tJi-khhrook' B, C,  igBcrBnuiu i'.i, r.jxji.i >��EiM.��ajL'ii J��r  ASSA^iaWr.'  **>  T. Eabel & Co.'s   -u  ���fr.  v.,Hay,ahdJ'GrainaV  ,\* T'ir couxr\   cuiia-vl, .^   HOLDJSN AT TORT S'i'EKLI^  Botiveen ' '  1>. Jl.irnsiCo., PlniDtiffs, euil Michael Ku-  viii, Di-t.-'nclnnt.   ' ' .  ,., ���!iam CiiKklo, X'lui*itJfl' aud  !>5.o])ael iNu-  ��� Mit, iiefiinclaiit. ,     l  J ,i.n i- itell, TlsilntiB'tvii'l MIclirvcl Kuscnt, De-  ' n .Vint, ,    .  '.Ivi; XOTK-K tljid by order o�� Jtiflne l-onn  . io0 M.fie\i Mill, l'-11'"'. His above Pln-.m-ins will  u j)' li'juty to mkd final iufUciiH'iit ag.iint,t you  for the ciium** l.vlov,* hiatcl uuloss. you (ale Willi  *'.v- l!v.:i-l.urol tliih vouit itOranbrtiol:, wilh in  ;o.n luoi. tin v- fro mi. ihe liisl nvpeaiauce of lliit  i.oi toe, i' .:*.vj.u<o note setting f.'fUi shortly the  .���-L.uj'l-i'-.f-youi defence. (Last uotii-o   will   ftl>-  i"i"��r April 2Plh, 1003)  v. Burns &. Co.  Claim, ?300.CO.  Co=:U,       12.G0.  .    ' 402 50.  -.Ya. CrA^Lle, Clalra:     ?120.00  Costs,     io.r:'.  tino.'i").  .ol-nnrcn.    CUm,^   ?!��.��.  fl-3.00.  J. P. AftMSTKON'G, noEl"*-ti;ar.  ir.ted April r.th, 1U0J..  To the IVfciitlnflt    St. - JosephL's ' -Convent.  NELSON, b. c. (  iSoavding and Day School conducted bv the Sis'sra of St. Jo oph, Nelson  B. C. Commercial and business  course? a specialty. . Excellence ��� and  swift progress characteaizc eacb department. Parents should write for  purticul'ars.',' One mouth assures the  public of the thoroughness of- the  ���wisiaisl-nidjhodo of teaching. Terms  comm.nce January, April 'and Sept.  1'upih-- nre iutuiitteu duriuc term.  &  IToreign'and' "Domestic Wines', Liquors  and Cigars.-  CRANBROOK  George E. Thompson,;  '.'     7    Barhistbb, Souoitob,' Notary Public, &c, V  .CRANBROOK,      Brixish Columbia  , BUY -YOUR.'',  .j -,'  $S9  HEADOUA'RTERS"-FOR' COMB5H-RCJAL    \  \m MININ.Q- msk !���  ;�� ,;':' ��� *  ���',._���_ -������'    '       BIUTISHICOLtnunBIA     ?'  fe'lHOTI'E        . '��� ���  ..",' , ,,   ��� ,- ���:_  �� 'XnVtir'b'igVunnol>   Mining Expert^ say It will grow richer   ���  "'   and better..  Many large Gqld"Voins   are ,just' ahead  and    ,  T    '   will be cut in rapid succession/ .Wo' own -the ,'200' acres   ���    V        "j   i '   .    - WITHOUT DEBT.   "�����,  ',     *'-,���'  /.AT *0OLI)3?IELI).  Tlie camp of Quick Por'tunea."   We 'own'.'100 'acrea,   witli.  ' '     rich Geld'  Strikes"   all   around. ,Gold   Yeins' Discovered.    ^   ��  ;.   , JOIN; NOW and   a'- ������.��,.�����     '''  : HELP,us:qiG'  L { ' Every Share of Gol'deh Sun Stock gives "-ownership in   tho- ,  -  '   "Goldlield'a00 acres',  anij   Colorado ,200-total   300 .acrea.     f  .     '  . Dividends" declaredpn on both would-be   '    *'  '    ' TWO-DIVIDENDS 1'ROIvI ONE INVESTMENT.     . .  ���   '  ���'',"���    l$]5 Buys-1GOQ Shares:   ]' '   V  '   $45 buys 3,300 shares.   $90 buys 6,600 shares:) Full   paid,      ,  <) .     .       �����     , Non-aaeessable. ,   -        -   f ��  -.'   '    ���        BUY BEFORE THE PRTOE ADVANCES.-,  v,   ; 50O'P,EE,;f3EWT".^y   ���  .���  ��BIilf O^ea^Kd Beat, with ore in the mines ?rid cash in    .  '"?   the treasury. . If pvef-subscribed your money ,wiU   ^   ^.    ,.  turned     * * il -       ' '    V. "   ���"  ' \HwUeBt Commercial"and'Bank References, - I(    .  "'. ,"    Make'all Remitencfes- Payable to-. -.        -    -    .   -  THE .GOLDEN SUN MINING.&MILDI^G'.CQ?   < -. V  1   204 Kittr^lge Building'"'    -  , ' '    '/a    ";�� y; Denyar/Ooto.  "'B  ��� -���-����� <"������  e^i��JJl='^r��t6��ga^y����a���iP^��. J*JT3W��lli.-* ,;*->������  s ju jagg* jumcxnn  NEW BUSINESS     -  COMBINATION.  JOHN HUTCHISON,  .A. ?.I. BLACK.  We have formed  a  partnership  foi  tho pnipoeo of carrying'on bubiness in  Fire,   Life   and   Accident Iusurance;  Auctioneers and Stock Brokers,  Any business  intrusted   to  us  will  receive prompt and   carelul  altemion  Hutchison <& Blacl-x,  . CRANBROOK.  ��� I.e. GWYMSE:    ...  Cigars,       Tobaccos,   , Confectionery,  Fruits, Etc.  FARRELL BLOCK, Victoria St.  ,    ,    "    FKOiM  ' A. B, Stewart &"Go.'  '      AGENTS'FOR  KOOTENAY   STEAM"   LAUNDRY.  And Bath Rooms.  ���   In STONE Building.  First Class Worh.  Baths open  every clay.  A, L. FRAT9KLIN  Bread, Pies, Cakes, Etc  Twelve Loaves $1.  B. T.' HOWARD,  Prop.  for fine tailoring' go to  A; GREHXER/V ,l    "���  Awniu;.s Made' to Order,    .  , and , Upholstering  Done _  in Fir'si-Clas's Stylo.        ���   ,     ,  b/c  ~ Cranbrooli,  STOPjATiTHE  COSMQPOUIAN'  'W. S. BBA.TTIB, .. V  Embalmer and Undertaker,  Phone BO.    , 0RANBROOK  WHEN IN   '  t i  gRASTBRbOK  t *    -       i     . '  a, n. ajk&trl, iitiiiiisor..  v  Good robins, good tablea and bar,'  and first class sample room-,.  s\?  fT\  Lcask Block.  '-"'"!-V,ir, ';J,'i 'v1',..''." V* ",-V'    i  EiiSTEE     SUIDAYj  EXCURSION RATES '  OKRIS. KlfeLBEN,  V.rOYIhV  A.  ALL   THU   TIME,  ny uein-g  MERCHANT   TAIi,OR<  Fin'e ' Suitings,    Overcoating      ,  Trousers.   Imported    Goods.  MOYIE,  I  (7"er".'!-i   tr-''-* :r'   Bril"*!'  (.'.->";.nib.11 i   ��� .  LIQUID  liLEi-TI'lClT".',  '"MAGyETIC COMB-J."  CENTRAL HOT!  *   in���' '*������������ *'���*  T  Seattle, Tacoma  Gee I-'arc  znd.  OiP ���"���;:������ v-r.  ,     For   f.irthcr   p.-r.i.".0��'3    rc^rding j  ! tbv'"   <_" cdi- c>'l O'i .'-r write,  .������s'D  .VLf,  ���    "^    .   ���.   *-       i- 1 f*. . .  . f       ^ -\ ir^ "nl   i|)  .: <: -- C;' -'v     t 'y-'���������^.   il "A^ijV1  ���TIT-IT"--  py.SADLiJ-."'^-!  BKOS,    JTaj)-*.  Lur-" .'atr.p'c. io'm in c<".mir-ction  witli" nouso ior ({.mincrcwl men. Best  oi ii'Jcommod:.tio:.fc.  Headriuorlera  forf; Commercial and Mining Men.  B. O  ^49 9   te  ���" ' T. V. LOWNEY,' Prop. ���  UIKERS. HEADQUARTERS.   Thia hotel is close to the mine, and ha,  MINERS  Hb,       ^^ Coavenionco for working Men.  >,NO  Ju  ist  Rbb^  l^  AK1J  <i  2ESSf3SS  'SS'isa  ��� <-v  S3Kt��  #!  ,PB  3t:r'  iiii; .iiii f,  |."n.5<i()  QUEENS   AVKN1TK,  MOVIE,  B. C.  Bouth Victoria  moxie..  w< i  IfW'     N  Jjf<  >-,-   " T-    .'.j'"'  ���i ...:TO OO.  o:::  W'o*/.'   YorS:  *;i>  Fjoiu   ah      s"'!l-    ���''   '   '!1  Vic -t   u, . 1  HI7   --1"    -v! ".  ���'���     'VELLING  DATr>5.:'  flOi'Il..  ���t---;-gt*srCigayi��PM����^"��''?^*Iwa*-":?  April    19,,    #0,(; '^i��'.',  aS'   O, F. DEdAULNIKU  'eoOd to Retiirn Till    ! :^ai,a: .-.^ \  ���       *" A"orII;'25th. '���   ���    '-���> v^s^   ��i^ A ^'. ?s ' f^iWFi i  For 'R!iU;:rt.'Folders or Tichoia Apply  ���to Local Agent.  3. Attwcoil, Agent. Koyis..  J;S  CAliTKH, ' ���.''"��� ?- COYJ.J-'.  D.vt,  I  II,      i, it.  Ii<iS.O"i  PROMPT   .mVLiVBR'i..  "v..^;/ Ai/a%eei53' Avo.      IO  ���!,.!.     .'n;.'.    "        v"i i)Jr;"'     Ul'i:'1'1*  L-.br.iry wis, .Moi'-'.-rn :-ay Coaches  - Diniuy   car-:, i   : Meals ���;  a La. Carte.'  Best Meals" oil.. 'Wheels  I'        -^   Fssi .Overland'a) ,     -1  ������/ TRAINS,DAILY 4^.,-  For Tickets,   Bates,' Foliier-i   aud,.  Full, information, call on   or   ad-. .  dress��� any  Great Northern'Agpit  I     or %vvJ!,a '      V  IS .G.YERKES,     H, BRANDT,  ! (f.W.l'.A. '    ' O. V. A T. A-  701-AV. RiVM-i'iilf.    Ave  ;-,l.'uk=iny,  NVadhiugton.  Wli  -I.?-."/.! " A-:i) RKT.Ml.  ( i '- "���'������' >!  Wholesale Wiaes, Liqiiosrs  ��������/;���,"   (   "^l  ^���-���J-  Z.IiOHA'iilifei  111 I ;:"e:ii:ii>'  r    ,   : .V '.i ', :���' Mrats, J'rt.'.h  ^ish.Gai.^i-n.i  Poultry.   We  ��� - supply .only   thej best., ; Your.  trade solicited. ;'  'V 'A niAKKE'Jv-SI       ,'    "  in   all- the .rrincipa]  Cities and;   TownsT'ln  .; -.British'. ���Oolumhia.',  .   -.,;toiil\-y,-^v^i. ,�����>   ����  -i,u,,:,^:..,..,.'-' you East Eco-xJ��riy  r��-n  7 -VTVROC.^.  British- Oolumtoia*  ���y=j j" -^ -J =y��ca��  everything i��^>^^  ���       gie.. When in needVf anytbmg  sendusyour order.  .^W ^"t^t:o*j?bl^  1*!  (AVI  'epc  EAi  <-:7i tAt  A. ���i.-.,'J-'--^yi*i--'T.''--4''UV:****,i '"-1


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