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 ^Jf-^*"-**"'  tfj^^^Y  r^HlVti   A  .- -i  'ft  u.  -���v  '*���***������*  m;#o 62i  MOYIE, B, C APRIL 8.1905.,  &2A YEAfi  ^x7 fP-4&f^gk<gz��=^z  _s-����__2j^i__5:-S_-4&  *^v'^S"^^'^,��"',,'ii*"',,k'*  ;melt  00MPU1NIN  They Are  Short  of  Ore.  Spring  Tilffill TO" CLOSE  ' 0    Bb"ttntV,on Exported Ore will  ' Expire on Jnlv First,  M  ^������������������,������  ��� ������S'lsa.''^-'*-*.  COMMERCE  7ai_"tT"prOapiia;i   *S8>00��_. ._   ���  Eeserve,     y. ,   ; ��� tf^'Zg&ri.so,-o��  Total Resources. - 9i,oou,yui.  ^_sr.^^"^rrffiB,-tei.  LOCAL  NEWS.  Hawke   was   in   Cranbrook  Mr.   and Mrs.  COKE,  We, Recommend You to Buy  bTES-^ATI-ONAL  O'b'AL*: ANB  ,'/*'' AX&- \' y   " *���  " -       *  "   ff.  "IX^."-,- .       .-I       ��V  <__or _&ticu.ar_.  ,   li..*__ 0>'  I CK.VN'JJllOOj.  -G_ES_SS5_3  is, B, c.  . ,->    -��       ^   ���** -��.    *  Try'A Few Cans of ,  n*  "Old Homestead Bfand"  f _  Vegetables and Fruitis at  2_ii>iv|_2)K_  BioMPT AND SATISFACTORY  Aro the Characteristics Of-  fire ^T^&l&^^^G?1^:.  fpanic. *��- i-epre-ent.   lasers with us ..nd'get the  benefit of  tho'  lower rate we,oiter and adequate pro.ec.ion'.  ARNOLD' & ROBERTS*  .BKOOK  I We tarry the boet raDge o�� hat. in town.   See our union  ���and. "Prims or th_i* Weot." They're beauticc.  ,.'" >    ITHki^I^Sy-^U^NISHEES. a  __    '   ' * *.<-���-> V.TWv^n, 4- -*,   ,. ' >..  '     4-    '~X'.~,'ll,l'\u    in      n   n' '   -  .,   i 'MOY"flS*.  -JL-i-i _w<rfc'ie___��-'qi  XXx_>.L "=  h-^-F -,. ___��_. ^ .^#S*-^>s* \^^^-:^ *��"��5��^-*i^i  ^_ a.  ..< >  inal  hSdi  Id -  Bank  v.,.;.8ai'ii-gfl  .'���!,'  or   :not."  rata. Vnd'.-oni  ���^ep'j.Us of "jJl.OO. or upwards received,  ,."��� '��� There is 'ho better' .u7e-.rb.e-t- than  dep082t;   '���;'���" ...       ; ������' ';������;     ;:      ���'���   ��� ,fy  Once-oppnad lt'.gro'wo whether added td  Intereot   aliowsd at  currsnt  li i i';; Poundo!_Vv��co..a year, ,   A ,, ,  ^���^*"��*t_---*^ *_~*"5*__V &*  , The amelterB at Nelson and Traihare  complaining bitterly of the small  anqount of oro which they aro receiving from tbe silver-lead mines. Tlie  Nelfiop smelter isjhreatening fo close  down, Since February Only One, of the  two lead, stacks has been used. At  Trail only one of the three stacks is' in'  use. The trouble.has arisen from the  Slocan ininera over-estimating their  probable output when it was agreed to  let the St. Eugene ship abroad.     '-  The St.   Eugene  has  large foreign  .contracts   to'  fill.     These   contracts  will expire'on July 1 pf this year, arid  at the same-time'the bounty on exported  ore .shall cease.    Manager Cronin  was asked, yesterday, as to what  the  policy,of the company,Would be   after  the bounty ceased on  exported,* Jead.  He intimated tliat in  all  probability  they would get   another contract  with  the''foreign sm'elters and continue   to  sbip'the greater portion of tbeir ore a-  broad.   He says the price paid there  without the bounty is almost as 20'od  a. that paid by the local smelterB with  , the bounty'added.   Ke did not think  the local  smelters* should complain of  tiit.  St. Ej-gene shipping abroad, as  they-were giving them' as much ore  as  they agreed 'to ';giye.��� The  trouble at  the Kelaon'and Trail" smelters was due  to the"mines in the Slocan  not being  ,alile   to furnish their, share,   G.  O.  'Buchanan'says Vhat   the' St. Eugene  will   draw  about three-fcjui the' of  the  lead"bounty for the month  of  March.  Their si_arc will amount to nearly $25,-  000. ��          ��� The' Gun Club.  lie Moyie Gun club held its weekly  shoot yestersday afternoon, and the  following is a list of tlie contestants  and the number of clay pigeons  broken by each:  Armstrong   Cameron   Smyth   Campbell   Johnston   Cameron won the  aweepstakc con  test. -*-  13 out 25  12 "  11  10  8  Aboil t KUouniatlsas.  Ther. are few diseases . thai inflict  'more torture than rheumatism and  ,therd ia probably uo disease for '.-/Inch  such a varied and useless let of reme-  'die.' have been suggested, To' say  ���that it can bb cured is, 'therefore, a  bold ata-enient 'ft maSe,bU|i Charab.r.  Iain's Pe_"n ��alm ^-ch ���"Di^*,'"s nn ta"  teh.ive .ale, ".uflm-t with groat eucceas  in ino tr.jttment ol thi. disease. One  application of Pain BaIci will relieve  the pain, aud huDdtcdo of rjffcrora  have testiiisd by poinianeat cures by  its use. Why autforvhan f'aiii Ihxhn  afford, such uuick relief aud costs but  a trifto     For sale by W.  J.  Atchison.  Gla��?^ ar.- Wetitffui  J. H  Sunday.  A son was   born to  Shea yesterday-  Several girl3 could find employment  if they came to Moyie,  The lake is clear of ice and   boating  and ii-hing are in full swing.  Mrs, A. MacFarlane has been, , dangerously ill for some time past.  A. Grenier of  Cranbrook  was  here  taking orders fof awiiing.; tents,' etc.  The Catholic ladies,are planning  to  give a social on W.du.-dayi May 24th,  ��, "W. Hill and bride returned 'from  Cranbrook Tuesday. ���  Hot and cold bath,   every   day  at  A. L. Franklin's barber shop.  ''Joel&ker's barber shop will from  thio date on be closed on Sundays.     ,  Frank Murphy ia up from Cranbrook  and is in charge   of   Atchison's^ drug  .tore  Master Frank Walshe was taken .tq,  Spokane this week to receive treatment  for hi.' eyes.;     ,  Mrs. Foley; sister cf T. V. Lowney,  and Mrs. Lee/ a cousin, are here Irdm  liuttej Mon't. on a visit. _ . r  , H, T. Nation came up( fr,om Cranbrook this week and' joined T. T. Mc-  .Vittie's surveying party.    -     ,  Trie ladied of the Methodist chuich  will give'a social next Tuesday 'in  Eagle hall, commencing at four o'clock  in th'e afternoon,  Artliur'Trent is ' in   Bonner.' Ferry.  The place; he says,- is_ lively, in    anti-  icip'atiori of the building, of the   Corbin  road., , , 'i  The hew officers of the Moyie Miners'  Union were installed at last Saturday's  i    'i ,       'j  meeting.       ' " r  Ed Highwarden, violinist and b'aber,  _ta3,movedtto'thenew town of Yahk  to embark in business.    .  Wi Johnson, of tho .Union, Chop  House will't^ke over the Lalce Shore  boarding house on i_pril 10th froiri R.  Campbell.' ^ ��� '.     ���l"' ,;  '' 0. Paulson left,this week for his  home in Sweden, where heoin.ends  goinc into' business. Paulson nearly  lost bis eyesight in an explosion last  fall.        ( '  Mrs.'P.udd was up frCm Fernie ' this  week looking after her ranch south' of  town. Sho says that her son Andrew  is in the Medicine _-��at hospital with a  severe attack of typhoid fever.  John McDonald, the boatman, has  disposed of his business here and will  ,3oon leave for Penticton, where he  has purchased a'piece of land.  Several improvements have been  made in tbe Kootenay hotel lately.  Bath and toilet rooms have beeu placed  on each floor with hot and cold' water  connections,.       ' ,  Tliere is tali: of .an orchestra an'd  band being organised in Moyio. There  is _cb_e good material here and ^ their  'taV.nt.should not be allowed to remain  'h'3den.  ��� S. U. McXen.ie has, opened a shoot-  icw galfory in the Hau.en building  "nesrdoor'to Fitch's grocery store in  the Lake 3hore addition.  Some persons ars in the habit of  takiu�� hydraut wrenches from the fire  hall wrihout pcruaigoion. Thi. is altogether wrong and the practice must be  stopped,  Mr. j-ew.-a Thomaa was in Cten-  biooS the rirct of the week writing on  liis examination before Fov. fcJ. J.  Thompson, district superint.ndeut of  Methodist mi^aioua.  J, Crawford is   not  ic  partnership  With its ever returning house cleaning  is again at hand,  ,i  Ladies, do not get discouraged.   Start in  with anew oroom, bought from Mlic-  Eachern  & Macdonald," and, if you  want anything in Wall Paper, Carpets, Paints j Linoleums or Mattings  come and see  our  stock,   We have  0 many lines that will make your house  ,; �� look fine and dandy.  MaeEaehern  '  ,,���AND  But !t [a alm.st   a  certainty  that' they   would   be     more  common if   everybody   word  who should.   You find, people  doing without them, juat   ae  '���'. they possibly dan, which is   a  ���'" very'     wrong     thing      fer  them lib ..do, indeed, as   eyery  dayi-iake. the case'liiirder to,:  Ueal with;. :;if yoii, deat r?ad-v  sr, have' the . ph'ghteat ^au?c.  to believe th>t,yp,uroyel3_nesa.  Aie attention of  the opt:c:aD,  let:uc!a3v-g3 y^..'3"3 ttq.niat ������  ier. I��i ~a,��. cvdvia - yoti aa _ooh  "'i! ''    ���.  n_-.ibi3.  ":|.  A'   '^��  ' Jeweler.  OBAN BKOOK, ��,  &  from ecarlefc fever.   The funeral   tool-  place on Sunday. ' Scott &JRo_s , conducted the funeral, and Rev. Dunn the  burial services:���Fernie Ledge.     x*  ' Joe Baker p^ers d   premiari- '61   a ,'  good-spht bamboo rod' to ^he person  catching out of Moyie lalio the largest  rainbow  troat' between the   first , of  May and the first of September.  Mr. and Mrs, Chs-. Elingenaniith  have taken over the dining room and  rooms of the Cosmopolitan hotel 'In  Cranbrook, Mr. and Mr, ^lmgen-  bmith are well known' in^ the t district  and are thoroughly up to date in this  line ofb'usines8. . (  ,��� Will Meet on Tuesday./ ���  On account of nezt,, Monday . being'  payday the, local lodge of Odd Fellow.s'  will not hold their'ineetirig'until Tuesday evening. The lodge i-5 'considering the advisability o'r changing,'us"  meeting night' from Monday to .-Tues-.  day. ' Tlio Cranbrook . Odd, Fellows  meet on Monday^, and. as the ,* lodgea  intend to co-cp.erate in con.erring degrees the chai-gb will, have the sfiect  of not interfering with the meetings ot  oithcr lodgoa.  with  L. Franklin, au was ir.tin.at.d  in last, week's issue, lie ia simply  working lor wage, in Mr, Franklin's  shop.     , '  Joe Halier has ono cf the neatest  and cleanest barber shops in .East  Kootenay., He lias go;ne to'ho:; .niall  expense in fixing-'it^uj', bit he; now  has a dhep that would be a credit ,to.  any c:ty.v- ��� ;. ' :-, , i ���, -a,- [_;���?<...  '��� The licQ'n3a;^o-dmi93lpn{^D;wiilime.et.  -In C^rtiircbirnevt' 'Friday ic deiiide  uncn the -cur'applica'tidn. for liquor  li..n--tj' ih "^a'tik arid one for Ear-til-  ton, the townsite nituated bii the ihter*  natidhal boundary line; , ,  Mable, tha little daugh'tcr'; pf;'Wtn.  Mills, Baker avenue, died on April 1st.  F; I. Moore Married;'  V/ord comes from Edmonton *- that  Frank Moore was married last Friday  to itllss Florence Gale. The newly  married couple will Lake up . their  residence on First street. Mr. Moore  is accountant for thc Gallagher-Hull  Mea. Packing Company,   Edmonton.  F. I, Moore was one of th_ plon'ee-  residfents of Moyie.* "He ran one of the  first store, and Was also p'ostmaoter for  ashbrt .im..  ��*.''  Harold Mto.  Harold Nelson and his splendid-  company played to a full house Monday evening. As Cardinal Richelieu  Mr. Nelson is at his best, and a more  worthy-dramatic production haa never  beon given in Moyio,  Kllouiaatlo ruiiie Quickly 1v_U.y:*_.  The e_:cu.cialini_ pains characi.r-  ialic of r'cieuriia.ictn and' 3ciat:ca aro  quJckly roi:cvcu by applying Chamberlain's rrf>n Halm. Tho great pain  relieving power1 c" the liniment has  been the surprise and.delight of thotis.  and. of .uf-erers. "The quick-, relief  from pain which it affords is a.ouo  worth many times its cost. For sale  by ""���"���. J. Atchison. -  ljmmmlM   ii'i     immii^mmiM^Mw^tmwuttLji'm.itv t'"  STO? AT THE!  METAL MARKET; ��� ;  New. YoRK~Bar silver,    55 ^centc  Lead, $4.20.   Zinc (spelteO "S4.7..  LoNDON-t-Lead, ��l_i., Us 3d.    ��  '   '  Meeting,a'Fiz^li''    ���  ,.   '     , ~ r-_    '    .,      \  , It would ,.eem from ,tbe meeting heky  last Tuesday evening,that the   major-g  ity of the people here do not care   two  atraws whether'Moyie' ha_ a board of.  trade or not.   At  Tuesday's   meeting,  only eight .were present.   They   were3  A. P; Macdonald, E.   Campbell, J.   P.  Farrell^ C. A. Foote.J. H.- Hawke,  J,  NiederHtadt, R. T.' Howard and   F.. J.  Smyth.   Those present, telt   diacopr-f ���  aged at the, small attendance, it -being  the third effort 'since the first  .of, the, -  ���year'to reorganize.v Tlie.old members,,  ffclt that they bad worked'hard to .keep',  the board .tog.ther.'.ahd���,ihat   their  efforts     lacked.'  appreciation. .They-,  favored the work being , taken   up by  new hands, and .with, this end In view,  a con-mittee'wap appointed io do mis-  ion.-, y wo-li: and to call a,meeting at a '  later date to see if-the   dec'irfid   effect,  could be accompliflhed. . J.*E.Sawker  C. A.Foote and B. T.. Howarii   com-  prises thia committee;    -    -  o       ��� ;   BigSaleofLiimlier: .,  ~      ' n i  One oi the largest lumber deala ever  made in South, E^st Kcotenaywas put,  through this .week by H. Cameronj  manager of th8 Moyie Lumber &  Milling Co., when ho sold to" J. C. Graham of Winnipeg 1,800,000 fset of.  lumber. Tbe lumber will be shipped  out o" thd ya_cl_ aa" fna't a_ the cafa can  bo loaded Sad Idkkn sway. This  practically diapooea of the stock of"  lumber on hand'.      ��� ,       ' '  The ��� sawmill and ,-timber limits-  of the Moyie Lumber _. -Milling Co.'  have been taken over by H. Cameron  and A. P. Stephenson, and they are im  position to make a deal for the disposal  of the entiro holdings of tbe company?  If a sale is not mado within a rea.on-'  ablol.iigth of-  lime 'they   intend   to  operate the mill thomselv'ec.       ,     _  x.  i . j     ���   *- .  .,   ���      j '  . _��� r���rry,' '  TH tut   CQi:_.T_    CO'JI-'.'J'   CI*   _,'.0CXENAY  I'^LD.N* A. fOBT ^Xfl"tJ-.   , L  Betv-oen  Miztr-c,1 Co., rlnlntirs,, ;,i_il. X*c"_i\9l Su*.  'sn-it- Dcfc-dual.  William (Jiac -lo, ^IftipH"'>?��,', r.rv.n-".-l Nu-  ge*:t, Delendint.  John FitO'i, H-iiiitill'���V3a,,\V-J-t-l��'-firt-ra^i Ce-.  .r;',u4aut,   ,, >   .-..-���>���!      . '  take notice ti-ot iy.: .q:.;; -t-PEP *orln  dut.a -Ur'.li'.9lU, l'.'Q3, tj)? p.-HOr'^P'ft'"1''''*' r1".  bo at liberty to sl_u fiuol.luf.c.-r.POfiftCiyraS you  for tlio claims below stated Zplov you fll- "ill-  tho Pogistrtir ol this coi^tl -t Crr.r.Lrcc':, witaiiA  fourteen di>> i from thu lrst -j-pewcaco of this.  notico, a 0i.put'5,rctn ;otUng forth ahort'y tho  .grouuJs of yD'-i.c,acfpiico. tl r.-t.notir9 , * HI M"-  'pe'T>FrJ1V9th,'j.?.C'-l'      '       ' "':���-'    ���'"  V  p  itM.,';^.  C2r.i_-, tS'JO.W..'     ;  '  " - ���''    ���"',.". '���-.������..v      12.5P.  ._J_t;t��'''  & __.iD._Atii; prtii^^j    ������ '];���  Good rooms, gooll -4abl.s aid jbar,  * add first blaes oample rooc-8.  ^.; '-ataa ������������''���.,:  T'iiii'ckbl-ib,'Cl_li_ti-'.  . . . C.-BtS,  -itK'.W,'  ?_-o.bo  >ioi_->."  Joi  zh,  ��� A    ��� %-\ $.S-.33.  Clr-ii-V"-' |1*W.56..'  Co-ti,    ;10.EO.  ���'.,.! *.,..���. . '.. -  .  '..*   ������;',1^8.00.  ' ,,;''���'.'  ���'.  "|.,J. P. ARMSTKONG' .Registrar.  Datdti Aprii 5th, 1905;   ���������  '  ���  To tho Delendant.  !��*������  'sUBSOil-BB FOB '.THB  t-EADEB  o  i*H,J?> ������ ���<-*   l1-! r^,^l%sT.Jt >,*, tYfiU^lV-iJ  &%-Ki *- >'���''"^ "���* 't*v \i  Ai.. Tv      . -ft ./����� .v.* v^A e  i'A       i '      ' ' i    i/   '        '.     :.' fc-  ,t'-i  Iw-j,-4- i. ;  ;.V' ;  J��; -������  i lA   =c  ���A'i'.  lffi\t'  'HK ,  Ai*'$' <,  .    Iv.,.*,  ' A    ,  I'- J   '  .ii>X  _V_'  \; ,'C  -fi-  'I     v   '      ,-   ,  '���    ',.  i-' V.    ''  .   -\ ,.'.- ���".��:S  ���^ i??*;  rr*'  ������^i$4��3  "SR  ���"U  Tab.  F, J.  , *.  <���' ,  D     o  are'  .���fiutj  A  'Sur  the,    ' '  ' not',  C"  froi  uar,  it'v  ' yei  Ian <  "off  A  i  ,     , r .  thi=>'   ,  mc  .'by  am '  b��d ���  ���, ' attf "  if  in-  'els ,(  ii     so'  W  rev  Bi-  "lui  Sc,  ag  co  ,w*.  'fit  nt'  fr.  ila*  d<-  li-'  ir  ,Bl  d,  ci  tl-  "I  ItVi.  A SPRING DANGER  THE BEST TREES.  Many   People   Weaken   Their System ; TREES,    SHRUBS, . ETC.,    RECOM  by the Use of Purgative Medicines.  - Ask any doctor and he will tell you  that the, use of purgative medicines  weakens the system,. and cannot possibly cure disease. Thousands of people take purgative medicines in " tlie  spring, and make a most serious mistake in doing so. People who feel  tired, aud depressed, who find the appetite variable, who have occasional  headaches and backaches,   or   whose  MENDED  BY THE WESTERN  HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY.  _ie_.u_._ii_�� aim. uu-i-_.-u--,   -ut.    ..-��v.-%.   ieties. < _���  h,.j_     a  blood shows impurities through pirn-, ways mean that the tree is naray.   ��  , The following list of trees, shrubs,  etc lias been recommended by the  V estera Horticultural Society for  planting in Manitoba and the Territories. The list could be considerably  extended, hut it was thought advisable:  to confine it, to-the very hardiest var-  The name alone does not ai-  ples  and    eruptions,'   need   at, spring,  medicine.'   But they should. not dose  themselves with harsh- griping purgatives'that gallop'through, the bowels  tearing the tissues and weakening the  system.    A tonic medicine is what ,is  needed in the spring and Dr.'Williams  Pink Pills is the'best tonic that science  , has yet discovered.    They are quietly,  absorbed   into ' the system filling the  veins with  pure rich;   red blood  that  carries health and strength to every  vpart of the body.   'Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills'cure skin eruptions, indigestion,  headaches,   nervousness,   rheumatism  and all 'blood troubles.   They improve  the    appetite    and   make    depressed,  easily tired men and women cheerful;  active  and strong:   ���- Mr:   James - lie-,  Dougall, Little Shippegan, N.B., s"ays:u  "I havo used Dr' Williams' Pink Pills  as a,tonic and blood'purifier and.have  found them superior to .all other medicines." , ���  If you need a medicine,this spring���  and who would not be 'the, better ot  a .tonic after the long dreary, in-door  months���give Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  a trial.   They'will send rich, red,blood  coursing "through your veins and give  .'you  the  buoyancy of .^perfect health.  , See that the full name," "Dr. Williams' j variety.  Pink Pills for Pale People," ds printed ! Evergreens and Conifers���?  on the wrapper around each box.   All" ' ~    dealers in medicine sell these pills or  you can get them by mail at 50 cents  a box or six boxes for $2.50 by writing  the Dr. Williams'-. Medicine ,Co., Brockville. 'Ont.  great deal depends upon the source  o "supply. In every case where,,the  tree'is a native variety, native grown  trees should be secured. The white  elm, for, instance, grown from Manitoba seed,'is hardy, while 'if grown  from southern or eastern seed it would  probably prove tender, or at best only  hah hardy. In every case home  grown stock should be procured if  po'ssiblc. Large trees of the more tender "sorts, such as apples, plums etc.,  should1 not be planted. Small trees,  trained to branch from or, near the  ground, are much more likely to prove  successful.'  Trees Suitable'for Forest Plantations  and,, Wind   Breaks.  Manitoba maple (Acer ncgundo).  Birch���Native variety.  Green Ash���Native  variety.  Poplars-Balsam    poplar     several  forms of Russian poplar, cottonwoOd.  "���SS^-^SEb ��� .willow,     sharp-  leaved,  laurel-leaved,  golden or Vor:  onesh, etc.  Basswood  tive form."-     ' .        .    -,' H u,  Elm    (Ulrius,  Americana)���Native  (Tilia   Americana)���Na-  Mrs. Reginald de Koven, at a dinner  in .Washington, adverted t'o, cruelty,  "Women can bo very cruel," she said.  "Some1 of them can' be very cunning,  too'.i .Some of them can wound you so  dexterously that.bofore you know you  havo been wounded, their escape Ais  made.'  "Once 1 saw a young' woman ,  or  spruce   (Abies   bal-  Balsam'' fir  samea.     /  ,.White spruce.     ��� ���  '   iilack spruce. ,'    .  Juniper���Common savin.    ,  Banksiana,, pine (Jack pine-.  -. White cedar.   *-  Tamarack, or larch.  , The juniper, mentioned in the, above  lis, is more suitable .for ornamental  planting. It is of too low, growth ,for  wind break purposes ' TJe"baB8WC��d  does not succeed well in the West, but  is thrifty in Eastern Manitoba     ���  Several o�� the trees in the above list  wound a slightly older one in that way.   are suitable also .foi.- "j1^���^1 ^VJ.  -       poses, particularly the laurel ana goo.  illiws. and all the conifers.   The  'She greeted her with a radiant 'smile  She inflicted--her wound, and,' while  her victim still thought the wound a  compliment, she walked' away., -This  is what, (lin "a' very loud, "clear voice,  she said: " 'Oil, Helen, dear, that perfect -gown!    I think it looks lovelier  -.every year.,,"      -   * '      , '  en wi  de-  HE WAS LAID DP  FOR OVER A YEAR.  , ���' ���  ,'     ��� ���  TILL boDD'S'KIDNEY.PILLS CURED  "HIS .KIDNEY  TROUBLES.    '���  Now He's Perfectly Healthy and Able'  to Work���Gives all the Credit to the  Great Canadian  Kidney  Remedy.  Wapella, Assa., N.W.T., Mar. 27.���  (Special).���Cured of Kidney Disease  . that has laid him up for over a year.  Mr Geo. Bartleman, a well known man  here, is loud in his praises of Dodd's  Kidney Pills, for to them and nothing  else ho claims he owes his cure.  "Yes I had Kidney Trouble," Mr. .  Bartleman says. "I had pains In my |  back and in other parts of my body  and though the doctor did what ho  could for<me, I grew worse till I was  unable to .work. ,  "Then I started to take Dodd's Kidney Pills,, and I took, them all winter  and summer while I was unable to  work. I took in all twelve boxes, and  now I am perfectly healthy. My pains  aro all gone and 1 am able to work.  I heartily recommend Dodd's Kidney,  Pills to all sufferers from Kidney Disease." '  Dodd's Kidney Pills .always cure the  Kidneys. Healthy Kidneys strain all  impurities, all seeds of disease, out of  the blool. That's why Dodd's Kidney  Pills cure such a wide range of diseases iucluding Bright's Disease, Rheumatism and Urinary Troubles.  Winter   I_oa_.nuilc.li-_:.  The following is a system of winte.  roadmaking which   has  been successfully tried In portions of Vermont and,  New  Hampshire.   As soon   as a  deep  _now has fallen or the roads are drifted tho  district pathmn-ucr starts  out  with   two  teams  bitched  to   a   heavy  barrow having a spread of eight or nine  foot.   He proceeds alontr one side of llio  track to the end of the district and returns, thus harrowing down a strip sixteen  to eighteen feet wide.   Following  the harrow comes a heavy roller of the  same length���eight or nine feet���drawn  ,by two team's, or more if no-.-essary, and  the harrowed snow is rolled down to a  BOlid mass.   The result is a fine, solid  winter track,  say  eighteen  feet wide,  without pitch   holes,   admitting  nt  all  Limes of the easy and safe passage of  *baded' teams. 7  tamarack, though-a" conifer, is, a,  ciduous'tree. Grown where it is not  crowded,- it, makes a, handsome tree  its soft, silky foliage giving it a veiy  ornamental appearance, .for street or  avenue purposes the white elm is the  most desirable. The Manitoba maple  and where"it ,wil thrive) the -bass-  wood'are also1 useful, for street ��� trees.  The- poplars are useful mainly on account of their great hardiness and rap.  id growth. In other respects they aie  hot/as a, class,'desirable trees to plant  extensively for any purpose. {This is  especially, true, of the cottonwood,  which makes a poor shade and is subject to disease in many places. ,  In planting trees regard should be  had to the nature ofahe soil.';��� Ash,  elm, cottonwood, black spruce, .willows  and tamarack will grow on low, wet  land. Tamarack is particularly valuable for this class of land and will  thrive even where there is some alkali  in the' soil. The Russian, poplars,  white spruce and pine will thrive on  sandy or gravelly spil. The conifers  except the tamarack, do not do so well  on heavy soil. The trees which thrive  on wet soil, should be selected for very  dry land.  Ornamental Trees and Shrubs.  Acer lartaricum Ginnala (Dwarf Asiatic maple). ' '    , '  Ameraiiichier alnifoha (June berry)  ���Native variety.  Artemisia   (Southernwood) ��� JJwar.  and tall.  Berberia (barberry)���Common, purple, Thunberg's, Amur.  Cut-leaved birch.  Caragana���Several varieties of Russian or Siberian origin. .  Comus���Native red dogwood ana bi-  beriaix dogwood. .  Cotoneaster���Sharp-leaved, common  , and tomentosa.  I     Crataegus coccinea (scarlet haw)���  i Native variety; also Siberian forms.  !    Elaegnus angustifolia   (Russian   ol-  ' ivc).  ! '   Elaegnus   Argentea    (native   silver  .berry). _      Si  |     Lonicera    spinosa    (Albert   Regels  'honeysuckle).  ���^Lonicera tartarica (bush honeysuck-  le)���several forms.  Primus nigra (INiaiiitoba black plum)  Primus pumila (sand cherry).     ^  Primus Ponnsylvaiiica  (pin cherry)  ���Native sort.  ��� Primus di-missa   (choke cherry).  Pyrus    baccata    (Siberian    berried  carl)).  PiMiiius Americana  (mountain ash).  Rluuniuis (buckthorn)���Alder leaved, common, Siberian and alder buckthorn of Europe.  Kibes aureum (Missouri currant).  i.osa rugosa   (Rugosa rose).  Sliephordia argentea (buffalo berry).  Spiraea���Spiraea billarilii, spiraea  arguta, spiraea Van Houttei, and  ' spiraea salicifolia (native meadow  sweet)*. .���-...  S'ynipho.ricarp.us (snowberry)���Native variety.   ���������'���*'  Syriuga (lilac)���Many forms of the  common  lilac,  also  syringa ��� rotha.ma-  The Russian! ^ensis or Rouen lilac, syringa vilossa,  two-of the hardiest varieties, such as  grandifiorus and deutzialfiorus), elder  (several varieties), snowball or Guelder rose, etc.  For ornamental hedge purposes the  ;best shrubs are buffalo berry, silver-  ' berry, caragana, Tartarian honeysuckle,   Russian' olive,   snowberry,   buckthorn.  Hardy  Fruits.  ' Strawberries���With strawberries  it  is probably more a matter of soil than  of hardiness.   Try several varieties.  Currants���Nearly all the well known  varieties of red, white and black currants are hardy: Red Dutch, White  Grape and Black Champion are three  of the very hardiest.  Gooseberries���Houghton is undoubtedly the hardiest. Several other varieties, . such as Downing, Pearl' and  Smith's Improved give good results in  favored locations or with careful treatment. The best protection for gooseberries is a covering of brush, especially if the brush is cut in the'summer  with the leaves;1 , ,  wit ' the leaves arid kept till .required.  Raspberries���All raspberries should  be- bent down��� and covered over with  earth, but a few' varieties, such as  Turner and Philadelphia, have produced good crops, without cover in some  years. Some favorite varieties are  Cuthbert, London, Dr. Reider, Marlboro (all red); Golden'Queen and Caroline (yellow),- and Hilborn,^ Gregg  and Older (black). "*.  Plums���Aitkin and Cheney are two  of the earliest ripening of the hardy  plums aud are therefore the most valuable for planting here. .."Many of the  hardy plums of Minnesota do not ripen  here before frost.  'Apples���Hibernal and'Duchess are  generally regarded as the two hard-  ���iest apples.' , ��� " , ���  Crabs and Hybrids���Transcendent,  Whitney* and Martha are among the  hardiest .varieties.  , , , Regarding Membership. ^ ' ,  ' The Western' Horticultural Society  is aiixious to extend its "usefulness  throughout', .Western Canada,' and an  invitation is extended' to all persons  who.1 are interested'in''any branch 'Of  horticultural work or forestry, such  as fruit i growing, vegetable gardening,  floriculture, etc., to become members  of the society. One dollar', sent; to the  secretary, Geo. Batho, Box' 1310, Winnipeg, will 'pay the entire cost of membership , for" ,the current year. This  will'entitle members'to all' the publi-  cations��of the society, which contain  many interesting articles on horticultural topics, forestry, etc. All .members will also share in the annual free  distribution of trees and plants, which  -is made in the spring. ��� ' �����  A MODERN MEDICINE  Which' Reaches and'Cures all the little  Ailments of Infants and Children.  Baby's Own Tablets is . a modern  medicine which replaces^ barbarous  ^castor oil and < poisonous ' "soothing^'  'stuffs.' * The Tablets are a sweet, harmless little lozenge, which children take,  readily, and which may'be crushed to  a powder or administered,in a spoon-,  ful of water if'necesary. ��� This medicine cures all stomach * and bowel  troubles, breaks up colds, prevents  croup, allays the pain of teething and  gives healthful 'sleepo. . And you have  a solemn guarantee" that it contains  not one particle of opiate or poisonous  soothing stuff. 'Mrs. J. D. Cilly,  Heatherton, Que., says:, "J. have used  Baby's Own Tablets for stomach and  bowel troubles and have always found  them a most satisfactory medicine,  and one that keeps my children bright  and healthy." You can get the Tablets from any medicine dealer or by  mail at 25 cents a box by writing ���a  Dr. Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont.  - c  ,   , The  Bnlir. '  Rubles are most suited for young lovers. They are also most expensive.' The  people of the Burmese empire believe  that a ruby is a human soul just about  to enter the sacred precincts of Buddha  and consequently in the last stages of  transmigration. A .ruby is an emblem  of the most passionate and absorbing  love. A ruby in the old days of chivalry was supposed to lea*, a knight to  conquest, to cause obstacles to melt  away and to inspire one with bravery  and zeal.. It also, kept his honor unstained and his character without*a  blemish.   Thc Russian Imperial family n-.miD';''  at the present time something like GO  Grand Dukes and Grand Duchesses. 'It  is a fact that thoy would, one and all.  be wholly dependent upon the reign I m  Emperor" whose wealth is practically  boundless���his tnii-ilmum Incomes is estimated as being ��1,500.000���were it  not that a former Czar, Paul I.. s*t as de  a certain number of estates, to which  he gave the curious name of "the Imperial appanage*--." The Income of those  vast sir. tches of fertile land is d.votoa  to tlie maintenance of all those members of tho Imperial family who are not  in the direct line of succession. At the  present time this source of income produces ��2,000.000 n year, and the Imperial appanages stand in the proud position of being the largest landowner, the  ino.t important and prosperous farmer,  and the wealthiest lira" producer in the  Hussion   Empire!     This   is   the   reason  Russ-Jap  Alliance.  More  unlikely things have happened  in   world .politics  thiuVan  alliance  between Russia and Japan.  .'The Russian  _  .press is discussing tlio permanent oc- ! svrihga 'japou.ica and syringa josikaea,  cupation of tlur Liautpng Peninsula'by j Virbuniim (arrowood) ��� Viburnum  the Japs as a settled faff.  why, Russian  Grand Dukes arc so am  azingly' wealthy.       '        . 7     ;  Japan together coukl defy all, attempts  at Ifitervemion.' and Japan would bo  sure that the fruits of her victory would  not'be wrested from her is, in 1SHG. Ey  an a Hia lice Rusisr.n could "save face"  while  unloading-  her burden  of  war. '  -Russia and j lentago (sheepberry);  viburnum, opul-  bitter-  a-gm-  l[ Beyond Reason.  A Scottish singer named'Wilson, who  was being trained for professional  work, sang a love sons witli exquisite  quality of voice, but with insufficient  passion and expression. His teacher  told him he must put more feeling into  us   (high bush cranberry)  Vines   and   Climbers.  Celasirns scanderis (climbin  sweet)���:Native variety.  ..-.Wild grape���Native variety.  Parthertocissu's quinquefoJia  ia  creeper)���Native variety.  There are many ornamental shrubs!  and vines that may be classed as half-  hardy, and that may be grown to ad-  those wlio will give them special care.  These include the Hydrangea panicul-  i ata grandiflora, some of the moss, hy-  it. arid sing as if be were really in love, j���-.���.-(������' perpetual and yellow roses,1 clcm-  "Eh, man," he replied, "hoo'can I do . atis    yirgiana,    cytisus    capitalus    or  that and me a. married man?"���London | -)room_     j^ycium   or   matrimony  vine,  Tii-Bits. iPhiladelphia or mock orange  (oe or  ��� ��� tn '.'���'.���  CANADA IN 1*HE ARCTIC.  ,       , i  Bow Canadian Explorers Tiilted Franklin  Urav-7-rd���Flcturem of th* North���  Tho Neptune Expedition.  Tucked away in a slender blue-book  is a twenty-one page narrative of a  really remarkable piece of Arctic exploration. Mr. A. P. Low sailed  from Halifax in the Neptune on  August 22, 1903, and entered that  harbor again on October 11, lu04.  His expedi-ion had been absent for a  year and fifty-one days. His 6hip  had steamed 10,900 miles, and of  this 1,800 was' ice-mileage, probably  the best season's ice work on record.  He had gone very, far north, visiting  Ellesmero Land and the scene of disaster to many famous Arctic expeditions." He had t!o his credit a mileage  of surveys amounting to over 2,000,  and a long list' of geological and natural history, discoveries. Under  most circumstances such an expedition would receive profuse notice.  Mr. Dow came 'and went most modestly, and the tale is' told with great  brevity in his official report to the  Minister of Marino and Fisheries.  "At eleven o'clock, on thc morning  of the 15th  (of August), we dropped  anqhor  in Erebus  harbor,  at Beccliy  Island,  near tho     southwest end,   ol  North  ,Devon, ���> .This  is   -one of  tho  tmost    interesting places in,    the Arctics.' Here Franklin wintered for the  last  time, "before  passing,- with    hi.  ships- tho Erebus and Terror,' to tho ���>  westwaxd; where finally all perished,  on tho "shore of King   Williams     island; .or,    in the  attempt ,  to-  reach  civilization,  to, the southward*   Hero  also  established   the,, headquarters . of  all tho   ,Franklin    relief    expeditions  ,sent    out   for years . afterwards-/   in  search, of   his  missing  sliips,'    After  fifty  years,   numerous   traces   remain  of  these expeditions;    the, frame     of  a  .large    storehouse     stands  on       a,  shinglo terrace, a few yards from the,  western    shore    of''the    harbor, .^and'  close under the hill forming tlie point.  Inside; and, in rows outside the build--  ing,  are" many   casks'   of provisions,  including  peas,    flour,   oatmeal    and  cheese,  all destroyed'by the'weather.  Scattered about are hundreds of tins;  which   once  contained    the   in-famous  Goldner Patent' rations,  supposed to  have been, one of ���the direct causes o'f  the   loss   of   the   ill-fated   expedition.^  Remnants of-clothing and many leath-^  er boot so'ies also were seen,  together  with  a  two-wheeled'  cart   of    Admiralty pattern.' On ,the  beach,    below, are the 'wrecks of a large  sloop ,  and a life-boat, (lcft by the relief ex-'  peditibns*; ' Both     have"  been    badly-  broken by   the ice;  and portions     oi  the' mahogany'planking' of   tlie    life-  ,boat were takeu for" souvenirs.    On a  small terrace, 'immediatelj? behind tho  house,' is  a wooden cenotaph erected  to' the  memory 'of  Franklin   and   hi_  crows;   and    lying   along- side   is   the  large marble slab sent there by American, citizens; i'and'.left   by  McClin-.  tocl- in 1858; 'who attached ra brass  plate'to it. .We' raised 'the slab   and  photographed if; and again laid'    it,  inscription  downward,   alongside   the  .wooden  monument.   Should   a  cruis-'  er again visit this .memorable   spot,  material for ,a solid  foundation   for^  this',sJab should be'taken as  it cannot  be   erected   in   the   strong - winds  that, blow  there',.wJthoiit\some  ,such  precaution.,,"  ' ''About half a mile in rear of the  house, on a desolate plain, are five  graves,^ containing tho remains of  some of Franklin's companions who  died'here, and some of tho members  of the relief expeditions. Leave was  given to as many of the crew as pos-,  sible to land here; but the ice coming out of. the inner bay forced ua  to leave before tho graves could be  photographed. We brought away tho  cart."  Yet another picture of these dreary  regions may  be given:  "Cape Sabine was reached' at on*  o'clock on the morning of tho 11th,  and , tho heavy bumping in crossing  was but a foretaste to the excitement  of that day. The^ ship was. stopped  behind a small island, just south of  tho Cape, where, accompamied by the  captain and the doctor, I landed on  tho rock granite shore, about half a  mile 'south, of Parry's last headquarters. We walked, over to his  house, which was originally the deckhouse of the Windward.' Close to it  is another small house, built of  rough lumber, ' tho residence of the  Stein party.i Both are very small,  and the'surroundings dreary, while  tho amount of decaying, walrus blubber, scattered about, rendered tho -  rocks slippery and the air sliuiy. A  few bodies of dead Eskimos, wrapped in musk-ox skins, were covered  with small piles of rock, within a  few yards of thc houses, and must  have proven pleasant company* during tho dreary winter. A couple of  photographs were taken, and a copy  of the proclamation, taking formal  possession of Ellesmerc's Island, was  tacked on the inside of the house.  "We then returned to the boat, and  found that during our absent a  heavy floe some miles in extent had  come in, and had forced the ship to  leave for safety. The ice was fast  closing on thc shore, and we had a  narrow escape from being caught  between it and the land, but finally  reached the ship in safety. All night  ice was forming between the pans,  showing tho first signs of thc coming  winter.  "We now steamed southward, across  the. bay to Cape Hcrschell; when  about half way across the ship struck  violently upon the summit of a  sharp rock, but' luckily liad way  enough to carry her over, without  hanging. Several icebergs were close  alongside, and a sounding taken  within a hundred yards, gave, seven ty  lathoms of water/. An inspection was  immediately macic, but.no apparent  damage could lae found,,, beyond an  jxtra amount of water to be pumped,  ,-he keel appearing to have taken; all  :he blows.  "We,, landed 7at Cape TTerscholl,  n-here we Iioistcd* the Canadian flag:  read the proclamation taking formal  possession of Ellesmore Island and  uljacent islands, in the name of the  King, for the Dominion; and a copy  of the proclamation i was deposited in  _ large cairn, on the extreme point  ol tho cape."  MUST   LOOK   TO   THE    LIVER!  If You Would Have Good Digestion and Good  Health.   It is Kept  Active by  [DK_ CHASE'S Et-Df-IEY-KIVER PILLS.  Bile in the blood is poison.   ,  Bile in the intestines is necessary  to digestion and the healthful action  of the bowels.  ��� Bile in the blood causes biliousness,  headache, jaundice, muddy complexion  and is the source of innumerable pains  and , aches.   , .   ' ,  The lack of bile in the intestines  brings on indigestion,' constipation,  kidney derangements and a clogging  of, the whole digestive and excretory  systems.  , The liver separates bile from the  blood, where it is poison, and ��� pours  it into tbe intestines, where it';is of  inestimable worth. ^    ' ' '  For. this reason the ��� health of the  body is dependent on the,health and  activity of the liver. ��  i By making the liver, active, ,when  it becomes torpid and sluggish. Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills insure a  healthful flow' of bile into ,the intestines aud the cure of all ailments arising from "bile poison," indigestion  and constipation.  \ '  Set the liver right-''by using , Dr.(  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills and you  will removothe cause of many pains  and  aches, of many  annoying symp  toms, of irritable temper and depress.!  ed,spirits. j  There is no liver regulator so c.n|  tain of action, so quick to relieve, E0 f  lastingly beneficial. "'    ]  Mrs. James Griffiths, Geneva Street  south, St. Cathrines, writes:',"__ givejl  me great pleasure to speak In com.  mendation of Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills. For some years prior to tha  spring of 1900 I was afflicted -with Ber.  ious 'derangements of the digestif  functions and liver and kidney disorders. 'I tried many remedies witliout  the desired results, until I began th.  use of Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pms  After taking a few boxes of this medicine r'was again enjoying all my fori-.  er health and vigor, and, in fact, feel-  Ing better than for'ten years. Other  members of our family have also re-  ceived the best results from the us. oi i  this medicine, and I shall aways consider myself- under lasting obltgatloa  to Dr. Chase for what it has done for  me and mine."  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver PI]]., 25  cents a box, at all dealers, or Edi_a_.  son, Bates & Company, Toronto. Tha  portrait and signature ' of Dr. A. "W.  Chase, the famous receipt book author]  aro on*every box.    ,  She���They say that 'the best husbands are always thoughtful in little  things. Are you that way, Ml*. Smith?  Smith���No. I don't' bave to be; my  wife always calls my attention to them  before I have a, chance to th'ink.  .Office Boy���Kin'I have a week's vacation?' His Employer���Why you've'  only been here two days. Ofiice Boy���  ,Y,es; but a_ter, I gits usedster de'job,  maybe I kin stand it longer.       ���    ������  Mother Graves''Worm Exterminator  has the largest sale of any. similar preparation ' sold in Canada. It always  gives, satisfaction by restoring health  to the little folks.        >  saluting were faithfully observed. 'One j  day "a  soldier.- who  Avas  leading an j  obstreperous mule to water and'had j  both, hands full employed in the Jasi-j  was met by the lieutenant.    The sol-  dier, who had an occupation which &!  manded bis undivided attention, failed!  to salute the'martinet, who immediately called him to account for his remissness.    "Why do you not salute an officer when,, you see him ?"he demanded.   "You hold this mul<? and 1 will,",  calmly .returned"the man.    But1 the  lieutenant did'not insist, and tlie regulations were broken. r  'A number of prominent actors were  telling stories one eveningat the Players' Club to illustrate how, in time of  'tlireatened <panic in the theatre, a little  presence 'of mind may save ,life. * Mr.  uoodwin, the comedian,' was reminded  of'one he had��� heard,in England. It  appears that during a pantomime performance at,a Liverpool,plajj-hoi'se'an  alarm of fire had been given arid a terrible ' panic seemed imminent. ���- But  Arthur Roberts, a1 well-l-tiowri British^  actor came to the rescue in handsome*  style.' Advancing rapidly to the footlights' he addressed the audience, as  follows:���"Believe me, ladies, and gentlemen, there is no danger; 'if there  were' do' you think I would be here ?"  ������ ; ;      r. '      ' i  <, It is tho Farmer's, Friend:���The  farmer will find^in Dr: Thomas' sElec^  trie Oil a potent remedy .for. wounds  or pains in the body' or' for affections  of 'the respiratory .!:organs and' for  household use generally. He-will,also  .find it a convenient friend iin.treating  injured horses',' * cattle,,* etc., or relieving them wlien attacked by colds,  coughs -or any kindred ailments to  which they are subject.  -Prevent     Disorder.���At   the , first  symptoms of internal disorder, Pamia-  lee's Vegetable .Pills should be resorted ' to 'immediately.    Two or three G��  these- salutary" pellets,,   token before;  going to bed, followed liy doses of one"  or two pills for ,two or three nights in'  succession, will serve as a preventative  of attacks of dyspepsia and all the discomforts1 which follow in the.train ot  that fell disorder. ' Tbe means are .im-  ple when tbe way is known.  At one of "the western army posts in  the days of .the Indian fights there'was  a voung lieutenant, who was careful  to "see that the regulations relating to  -\Vife���George, I' wouldn't buy any  more accident insurance tickets���it's a'  mere waste'of money.  Husband���Why,  my' dearest   Wife���Because'you are never lucky  enough to use them���they never do us  any good. ������   ���  , -���^    ..     . ; ,   K  - Death Or lunacy   seemed' tho   t-t  alternative for'n well-known  and   highly i*  ���nocted lady of Wingham, Ont., who had trw*  led ovor two continents in a vain search lori  .cure for nervous   debility,.'and dysponsia.   A  friend rocoramonded {South AmorJcan NerrUu.  One bottle hoipod, six- bottles-curod. and l*.i  'own'written tostimouy closed with these worail vfl  "It has savod my life."���20,     ,' '   -  tr   1       :  " I  1 Johnny ePorkpack���Pa, what is Baconian literature? Papa Porkpack-  Why, my son, it is quotations printed  by the papers on the price of 'oacon,  For instance, to-day it is selling for li  cents. I am glad tb see you so inter- ,  ested in these things my boy. It shows  that you" are preparing,to take your  old' father's place in our great .usi-  ness when I am gone.  In some districts it is he_rd to secure soft  water for .wa.siv devy.   When, you use  you don't require soft W8_ter. .it vva-shes  equally well with hard water. It frees the  dirt from the clothes without scrubbing or  boiling.   Try Sunlight.  Vo\ir grocer will" refund your money for  ,Ov_ny cause of comple.int.  Lover Brothers Lirnltod,  Toronto.  tZ��IBI___3_3  gj^JMMMUIIBBgg---^^  T Takes Less Tea to the Cup when you  ...-  use,,,.  Becaus. of ifc* unusual purity and strength use only 3-4  the quantity  required of other kinds.    Results are better, too. >  Coupons   now in every  pound.    Card in each end counts as  ;    3 Coupons. ������.'.,,..  Write for Premium List.    Sent Free.  BLUB RIBBON, Department R, Winnipeg.  6 -v.  ft&j!  p  li  I  jViOYIE   LEADER  Western Canadian editors. |  i  ���o  serjes of Articles Describ  ing thei  r Lives, their Alms -  and their Influence.  GEO.  '-27.  r. westland;  T  Do you catch cold easily ?  Does the cold hang on .    Try  s  Cos^s^s2nptfor_i  The Lung  Tonic  It cures the most stubborn kind  of   coughs  and   colds.     If fit  doesn't  cure you, your money  will be refunded.  Prices: S. C. W-___s & Co.  303  25c. 50c. $1   LcRoy.N. Y.. Toronto. Can.  and reportorial,, sides - of newspaper  production. Later he went' with,, the  London Advertiser, which put the fin  j    J. Stanley Todd, the portrait paint-  . er, was talking about feminine beauty.  ; "All blind men," he said, "are keen  ' students ' of   feminine   beauty.     Let  I thorn be as blind as possible in other  I things, in this matter of women's looks  [ every woman is mentally judged and  j her value reckoned by them, the same  I as wines are judged aud valued by the  , wine expert.   "But men set a value on  i each woman in their own minds onlv.  ; 'iiiey don't blurt out these values as "a  , certain Persian once did at a recep  ' tion in' New York.   "The Persian was  j of royal blood, and'his hostess was  ��� rather amused than horrified when, as  various women were presented to him,  he would say:    "This lady is 'easily  worth   ?l 0,000.     That   dark   woman  would fetch about $1,100 in the open  market.    I would   give   $800  for   the  blonde young girl in white cheerfully  nilirv ..... i....;.... ���, -. _. ..       ._  _       _    r  Editor  ,GEO. R. WESTLAND. "  ���  and   Proprietor   of/the   Free  Lance, Innisfail.          -   [ --,       A..--  , . ���_.���,  _,..*. ,u   t.iv.v.   -_.--i_i_iiy,  isbing touches to his newspaper know- The one besidenher should sell for S500  ledge; and, in addition, gave' him a'- anywhere." "The hostess was ' so  thorough groundng In book and, job I amused that she said, to ,the Persian  work." With such an equipment, it is; with a coquettish laugh:1'"And what  no wonder that Mr. Westland has the >, value, sir, would you set on me?' '" T  respect of the fraternity for his all- \ am not acquainted with the small coin  round competency as a practical prin-1 of your country,' he said "  ter. ,.' , , | '   A '  The imr-ro^ement' in Mr. Westland's,    Do Xot Dela*y.-When through debil-  when, for the second time Riel se Side^tion % tf "00^- the.P"������� con-  about organi_ing a movement of the! ^Sd'a TiColtiyiTvo^lte  government, the men of Old Canada y^h^det^^^^^^  .sprang to arms to maintain law and' j- th<J intrudc.. wlthm.Tbev never  order in the then remote portions of.fan Th���v , ' "''".. i,���''y n<Ve\,  the Dominion. Among the'troops whoff"' trT��, R�� ^ ����cp? to the seat ��*  went rto the front was the 7.h Fusiliers,, cure 9 ��k  a   1)emanent  .with, headquarters , at ��� Loudon,  Ont., (        "         , ' ,   . ,  and -with the regiment there came west \ , ,       .   ��� ~ ���  young Westland, who on this'occasionI l y-nsh Willie ,Saphed would hurry  got his iirst,view,of life and conditions' u** ^1S Proposal." "But you are'nt go-  in Western'Canada'.' When order was, inS to accept-him!" "I know it. 'I  re-established, he . 'went ,back east,. wantinm.ro propose so I can get rid of  where lie quietly .remained until ,four ������u-,m- ��� ���" '  years' ago. ..Th. movement to the Can  Among Western- Canadian news-  naper men there'is a small but increasingly 'important American contingent.  The, great build of those ' engaged in  "-" it       ~*     OrtTi r_ A . OT. C  Marion Bridge', C. B., May 30^,'02..  I ' have   handled  .MINARD'S   LIN-  adian West was then beginning to obtain' something like  its  present proportions,  and  Mr,.  Westland  thought  he  saw (.'therein-. the hand of destiny j  beckoning him to the land of oppor-i  .unity'. He spent some little time in 1MENT during the .past year. ���lt .is  Calgary, and.-in the.last month of 1901' always tbe first liniment asked for  purcliased'the Ianisfail Free'Lance, 'laere, and unquestionably the best  -iTbu'sTncss are of couuse Canadians, , .Since" bo has assumed control, the j seller of* all the' different kinds of  many of. whom came' into* the West|jrree Lance, has steadily improved, it i "hi_n_ent'I handle?.,  with their parents in the* years of the j has many national* advantages In point: ' % . ' KEI]  great Ontario mfwyp between '79 and  0f location.   It is published'in a town! - ���  ' '* !" "'" fv��"   that is being recognized as  a great;-        .  dairying centre, and also is located,hi1   " ���  a district, the'fertility ,of-, which has!        -     , ; -' ������; ,. �� * .   ,  attracted,thousands'of settlers. This! .Miss Wearyun,���Do'you like' sing-  has, meant a, rapid increase ,in the! ing? Mr. Borum���Yes;, I'm complete-  paper's circulation arid the correspond-t ly carried away with it. Miss' Y/eary-  ing increase in the'business of the" In-1 ua���Tlien I will sing. ' <���   ,  nisfail merchants,whose demand for in  NEIL FERGUSON.  '82, and who have g'ro.wn up in the free  broad -"pint of the West. ��� A percentage, numerically small, but of consider-  . _M. influence, is of British birth, and,  I. since the, attention of Americans has  1 .eea directed t.o.the agricultural wealth  1 and opportunities for investment offered in the * Canadian ,(>Vest, and thous-  '.__- of "settlers from the land of tbe  Siars   and   Stripes   have   each ,year  fowed steadily northward, the number  ol American newspaper ni-h'in West-  era Canada has notably increased. To:  'dsy prosperous communities are tojbe  found in Saskatchewan,' Alberta and  ' __-_l_o.a,e where ��� eVeri five. years , ago  the'prairie grasses ."waved in the wind,  \rtlliouta sign of; humane habitation or  occupation being in   sight from' hor-;  lion ui-orizon.   This transformation,  one ot'tti- most remarkable and bene-  . tent in the whole history of-human  .effort, is altogether, founded and based  ���upon ti$ intrinsic-producing value' of  -Mftrtle soil of the-Canadian North*-,  Vest' Their attention once directed,  (o Its possibilities, none swere' so quick  .���to grasp' the. opportunity,*.and .avail  tlemse.ves of the, personal profit so to  be derived, than the people of the central States, who, by rail and by trek,  have streamed northward in peaceful  invasion ever increasing   in  volume.  But* Western Canada has among its  Journalist some men, who, though by  birtli Americans, 'have  been  so  long  residents of Canada, aud have so thoroughly imbibed and assimilated Canadian conditions, that one needs to be  told that they are not among the native  I'bom sons of the Dominion.    Among j BSold by aii ])ru_-ists, "is cents  these" is Mr. Geo. R. Westland, Editor'    Tak. Hall'. F-miiy l'xii* for c.  and Proprietor of tho ' Innisfail Free  Unco, recognized throughout Alberta  ad the West as one of the most conscientious    arid    workmanlike- 'news-  ' paper men of the  Territorial  press.  kr. Westland has, by birth and sympathy, peculiar qualifications for pro-  terly representing   the   three1   main  national elements constituting the pre-  iomiuatlng factors in Territorial life.  'He is.British by parentage,-American  't birth, and Canadian by residence i  sad education.     What   happier com-  bination could posssibly  be   desired  'or an editor in a district <<he population of whicli is almost wholly composed of uiese three peoples?  ih. Westland has had a somewhat  'Kteresting career.   In* early childhood  ���us parents removed from Kentucky,  "Micro-he was born, to Ontario, and in       A fit'of the blues will banish all ca  "nat district Mr.  Westland * spent the'pacity  for  getting  results  from  mere  greater portion of his life.    He early | mechanical activity.    There must    be  "tided to devote himself'to the print-' impulse, fire, energy-    Out of door ex-  i,r'��� ......,,     .. orcise among pleasant scenes combines  the work cure with the mind cure and  will generally start the blues off at a  canter. Getting up a lieat of real anger at some cantankerous thing, as a  hen that won't "shoo," or a pig tliat  won't "drive,' or miy square peg that  won't flt^a round hole, is death to the  blues. This is not orthodox morals, but  blues always mr*aii misery, and angir  Is sometimes only an innocent vent  for   tho     feelings.     People     w  he  creasing space has tw.ee necessitated!   ���    gtaPVe  jg a' Fallacy  the enlargement of the paper.   In con-, [ViCtvm to stop 0Ilti-R because you havo i.di-  nectlon With  the  Free  Lance, the job   gestion luis lone since been exploded.   Dr. Von  "hiK-li-ipcs-v l,n��-  shown a relatively even i Stan's Pineapple T-iWoi's introduce a bow era  OUSiness  lias sno^n <�� i-i_.u\-iy   _v.u ( .^ U)Q tro,tment of st0mach troubles.   It has  more rapid growth, the reputation Of i been proved tlun one may;eat.Ehi8 All of every-  , the Office,for, careful and trsteful print-! tliinBandany.hiughe rphahes, and one .tablet,  ing Saving been long since,,established. ^eQ ?ttor tf!�� m^ Wl-U *aiitbe -st02ach m  To'sum up, Mr. Wstla'nd is a, type of a  successful Western 'editor.,who has  "graduated from" the .case.", He has  grafted/ upon- a thorough mechanical  .knowledge of all ..pertaining to newspaper .production, a level-headed understanding * of   the , conditions   and  doinir its work.   CO in a box, 3a conts.-2-  Mlss Helen1 Gould recently entertained at luncheon at hor residence a nuni-  ' ber of little girls from a charitable institution.   At the end of the luncheon  Miss' Gould,"'showed  to   the   children  __ _������    _-    ���,,,  some of the beautiful contents of her  needs ,of the West- He is personally! home. .She showed them books, carvpd  popular, and he'understands his husi-, j Italian furniture, -tapestries, and mar-  ness. ' These,,things being so, his.sue-j b'les. '-Here,"- she said, ."is a beauti-  cess is as natural as it, was,'deserved. | ful statue,,a heart of Minerva."   "Was  ,-���L ;- I she'married'?" asked a little'girl.   "No,  BTATE'OF OHICCITT OF TOLEDO, i'--   \ ">' child,',' said Miss Gould, smiling.  "  < - lucas COUNTY- j    .    \   She was the goddess of.wisdom.'  ' Frank J. Chonoy makes oath that lie is senior i _* ���      ^   partner in the firm o�� F. J.^heney & Co., Uoidk j, , ,  business in the City of Toledo, Ohio, County aud Often   what  appear'to be the  most  State aforesaid, and that said Arm will pay ih�� (.,.,-,���������, ������������,.,.���������a= ���f Kfo nv���-_, +n lie  mim of ONE HUNDRED DOLLA7RS for each ! trivial oCCUllCllces Ot lite pio-ve to De  and every case of Catarrh that cauuot be cured! the  most momentous.   'Many are  dis  hy tho use of Hall's Catarrh Cure  '     '       ���     ������   PRANK J. CHENEY.  Sworn bofore me and subscribed iu my prev  euco," this 6tn day of Decomber, A. D., l&Sfi.  (Sean A.- W. QLEASON. Notary Public.  Hall's Catarrh Cure is take-n imerlially. and  acts di'.octly ou the blood and uncous surfaces  of the system.   Beud lor losiimomals free.  F. J. CHENEY. _* CO., Toledo, O.  constipation,  i posed to regard a cold as aslight  thing, deserving of little consideration,  and this' neglect often results in most  serious ailments entailing years of suffering. Drive out colds ancl coughs  with Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup,  the  recognized  remedy  for all  affec-  1 tions of "the throat and lungs.  I  FIGHTING OFF THE BLUES.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.  Keen Intore.ts and Happy Thoughts as i  .Well as Work.   ' |  It doesn't figure at all as to how and j  whore the blues originate. Most every-  body has them some time or other, yet-,  nobody  wants  them  around,    l.uckily | WELL  it is easier to get rid of them than to  account for them.    Work is  generally i  recommended    by     adviee-rgivers,   because it is argued that the blues keep  away from busy folks.   But busy people  liave mucli besides    mere    activity to j  quicken   the   pulses,   promote   circula- I  tion and keep tone in the system.   Thoy  start   out' with   keen   interests,   happy  thouglits, ���  ��__.  -r08"3��  KNOVVN    PEOPLE   IN    ALL  WALKS  OF   LIFE  PROCLAIM  THE VIRTUES OF  (fROHOUNCEQ  Sl-K&LNl  Ts craft, lie served for some years  *n fee Gloncoe Transcript, where he  'earned much of both tho mechanical  ���"'nard's Liniment Cures Dandruff.    "  la*>tTwrT  IWM-^������.-J,.J.M-_--._^Wl.  r. hard  coldsi bronchitis,  "sthma, and coughs of all  kinds';  thing  you cannot take any-  better than Ayer's  e_Ff y  Mr.   Geo.   H.   Smith,   of   the   Widely  Known   "Smith' Wool   Stock   Com- ,  pany," Toronto, adds his testimony  Smith Wool Stock Company,  219 Front street East.  Dr. T. A. Slocum���I and numbers of  my friends join In testifying to  tlio  wond-.-ul .power   of    Psychine    for  Throat and Lung   Troubles.     In   my  _wn case, when all ordinary remedies  and   doctors'   prescriptions   failed,   I  triedv Psychine.    A complete cure was  It    .....   speedily effected.    My cough ceased,  ith   real   and my throat and ltmirs wore,entirely  troubi-s and pains seldom if ever yield   freed   of   disease      Psychine   accom-  to the blues.   Diseases and injuries that* pushes all that Is claimed for It    litis  hitve  Importance    cause at flrst  deep, statement I am prepared to substan-  anxietv,  and'when  the crisis is  over, t tlate under solemn oath.    I Have  re-  there com.es the feeling ot joy'and gra-.f commended. Psychine to scores of my  j titude.   Agaiif, it would be unorthodox: friends  and  acquaintances,  and have  i'to recommend'breaking an arm. or wad-   seen with delight the return of health  1 ing in fi-o.eii siuKh  just to have ..an ail-; and   strength   and   permanent   cures  I rrient to nurse. .But sufferers with bro- j brought about.    Yours: truly,  j lien boiips. and'pneumonia pains honest-; .'      Geo. II.  Smith.  i Cherry Pectoral. Ask your  "jn doctor if this is not so.  j He uses it. He understands  t ^hy it soothes .and heals.  1 l~i-b'*!!_t.teT,'blo conEli for woo...   Then I  . Will,, ,.-7     , l'he>"ry Pocton.1  nn. only one  piSc .<*!.'''��� Dijij-oKTa. St. Joseph, Mich.  3 Al,<:ru'7?--,00- J.O.ATKKOO.,  ly, acquired 'may be, found ,to condole;  1. witli.' and H'is tolarablyeasy to' banlph*':  imag'uinry troubles from -, one's own  mind wlien face to face,With real suf- ;���  faring in the ��� friiiiio of a friend or :  neighbor. , The bliies are only a coun- i  terfeit; the real., thing- puts them to-  shame. ' s  Ifig ar!i*\v^ton  recovery   by tak-  6 ono of Ayer's Pills at boatlme.  Psychine is pronounced Si-keen  For sale-by all. druggists'.at ?1 per  bottle. For further advice and information write or call at,Dr. Slocum,  -.United, 179 King street West, Tor-,  onto, Can. v      .  TRIAL BOTTLE FREE  The Irish Seldom'Suicide.  '  "The Irish," says a statistician; "nev- j  er commit1 suicide.   Practically never I j  mean. . That is tosay, where you will j s��tt^\��^^Ar\W"*rirAry   stock,  hear of ninety, suicides    of     "Jermans'; ciUlnot bo replonisliod lik-o  dry Roods or poc-  Italians,    Frenchmen      and j or[03.   ].*ir.st m-.n-rs got choice of stock-.   \\ rii.��  GETTHE WORM.  .intend   plnntiiif:  any. treos,   fruits,  Russians,  Yankees, you won't hear- of more than ,  for our cat-iilofiuo of iipnl.-i. crabs  plums, small  ,...    ...      -- ,. i f,.,,its   ornamuiitivl   troos, otc, Unit Will  erow  one Irish suicide, and maybe you won .-j |J]"j|^nitojja and ;ho Torritorios.  BUCHANAN'S  NUKSEhlK'S, ���  ST. CHARLES.' MANITOBA.  =3  hear even of tbat." There Is a tribute  to Erin's sons of which they may well  be proud. A brave, hopeful, plucky  man docs not in his senses seek a coward fool's refugo in self-destruction.  W    N    VJ     No 526  Tlie Average Man Doesn't  Know The First TKing  r!imwii!_iw_-ii-MM,^^^ -���ui��i^iWTWrffvmT  about flour, but tlie woman who does the family baking���-  she is the - one who appreciates Royal Household'  Flour���made by the new "electrical process���because  when she tries it with the simple "Royal Household*^  recipes she finds it makes better, sweeter, whiter, lighter  Bread, Buns, Rolls, etc., and more crisp and delicious  Pat-shy than she ever made before, and she is not afraid  to say so. _  South Range, Digby Co., N. S., November 22nd.  "I want to tell  you that Royal Household Flour to  the b_3t I ever used in all my life, and the only kind I -will.'  have as long as I can get it," ' ' ,, '( , '  ���      ' (Signed.)'' '   MRS. AU-X. PORTER. '  To any woman sending in name and address to The OgHvie Flour Mills Co^i  Limited, Montreal, and 'menbonning ��� this paper, these recipes -will be sent FREE. 1  District visitor ��� (to old,woman)���  "Why Mrs. Malage,' haven't you seen a  doctor? ' Old ' 'Woman���Well, ma'am',  my husband don't hold with no doctor-.  He say I'd better die a natural, death.  South American Kid nev Cure  ii tho'only -Idu.y treatment that Jiaa prov��n  equal to correct all tho evils that are likely to  befall these physical regulators. Hundreds  Df testimonials to prove the o-ratire merits of  this liquid Jcidnoy specific in cases of Bright-'  _i-.ot.se, diabotes, irritation of the bladder,-  InQ'imtnation, dropsical ' tendency. J Don't delay.-21  They were lingering' in the hall.  "Just oiie kiss, darling," he pleaded,  "then, I'll go." "For goodness sake  give* it 'to him, Maud," exclaimed a  hoarse,, voice from --"the head of the  ^tairs, ''or he'll stay'to breakfast."   .  Minard's,Liniment for sale everywhere  - The ..Briton���Well, 'ugging is 'armless, hafter all! The Yankee���You!re  wrong, friend���huggin' is, arm-ful.   ,  Piles Cured In 3 to. 0 Night*-���  One -application given relict. Dr.^Umew**  Ointment I�� a boon for Itching PUeo. or Bund,  Bleeding '.Piles. It itilie-e* qaloilr and pe*.  manontly. In skin erupMous ltitaocLp wlthoat  a rival. Thousand* of testimonials if joa  want,evidn_cn.   3o cents.���23  Tommy���Ho called me a name agen, ��  so I jist grabbed him round de neck  wid ine left arm an' soaked him good  wiii me right an'���-���' Mother���6h,  Tommy,' Tommy! ' You mustn't fight  like that., It isn't right��� '' Tommy���  __w, w't do you know about- It, mom?,  Hittin' In de clinches ain't' barred./  ���  "OHIO GASOLINE ENGINES"  ��� ? t ��� '��  Portable Engines for Threshing  and Stationary for Chopping and  Wood Sawing in stock at ail times  Can Ship at a day's notice.   ''  , "Writo us for Prices and Catalogue.  Burridge-Cpoper Co.,,Ltd., Winnipeg, Mam  Henry Avenue,  East,  It'ta tb- fence that haa stood the test of time���stands tho beafiest strain���never sua-���the standard the world over.   In future Page Fences win  btt pointed WHITK, which is'an added protection against rust in addition to the galvanizing. J3rder through our local agent or direct trom ua.  THE PAQE WIRE FENCE CO. UIR1ITED' ��� "VfaU-orvl-.e,   TarontoT" Mo-Oicwii.c. B4. Jotux.   Winnipeg, "  tu  ���J3EAUTJFUL ^5S�� PICTURE 5 DAN P^YFCH !!^i!_5! FREE  ��8-   PRINTED IN SIX BRILLIANT COLOKS.    SIZE -S 3Y 22 INCHES.    "*��  The P:ct,rr. we w_l send yon is a larffe rc,>roductio_ of tlie above engnwiBS, pri-taHn ^.^^^\^rvJl^^^^tn^^  Plifture of UiU fa-A-us pacin_ stallion in exi-Uince aud is worthy of a placein any home.   It you arc a lovcroMior.es you ���"_ v__. i.vv.v  It li the ��neal  nre to frame.  MAILED FREE  WITH  POSTAGE  REPAID  WRITE US AND ANSWER THE FOLLOWING1 QUESTIONS���  (ST.     HOW MUCH   STOCK OF ALL KINDS  DO YOU OWN.        2ND.     N AM E TH IS  PAPER.  Wpriess the owners at ohce INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD  CO., toromto. cab.  ''3  REEDS, F"OR ONE GENT"  DAN PATCH RESTOHED: TO.HEALTH IN SIX -'WEEKS.  HIS - -WOW D'_��iB>"Ul-- .RE COVE KY  tn fow tors from'the lime _o was giro_np tc al.  -y <*^,���^,^'f��[^S''f^  SoruMU   u,i -lilpp.'.l    Uan   Vutvi fr,iln_Top��tai   to   o;ir_ "Inl-rn-tlnnal ��,*>*?_*���_-  I-.- DAN PATCH GSVEI- UP TO DIE  OCle.of the HC��mia�� ��S<y Vcterlimrr ������llcc��.   IWO-W Kant Rh SUeet.  tlivr.Er.T 0. Mo��ttB_ D.VS... rr.RS.   tl.'Knv C. ,r ARCOr.K, M.T��., D.V.S.. V-1'kes.  ,  Rv'K^AMJX F.  KI.A>T.D.V.S!.,'V-I,U��S.      StaCO SIBWART. >I.B.. V. M..  A  W. SAVAOE. -vll_.Mai-ll3.Mln.      ' ,t  ���*t*-lr"'1,T''c���'-^^''"?.,or,5_-n:l7:  1 -Pear Sir :-I first  law your 1,,-rco T)an rakh. about lO.-CJ:., i.l. bent. l.Uli V��*t.    l.��  ,v��m miflctlng sovCT��pa.tn lu llio .Motnltirvl rrulons causcl by  lrepwitbiiorthv- bow-Ix  ��� iirolaNy cansc- by eatlm: oat tlialT.    Ill-i .imiIso nvU wsw ,2 yer tnlniita-nil liU tain-  1-ir.iture 103. - T__ cluvroitcr of Un pnlw ���**���'.-> w-l)r.    1li�� om.lWon   Endually Krew  i\rar_��nurlii^th-��rt-n-��n until n-miHii.m tlio (mlieiuM H.yl ro��ti,M more t__n IW)  ami 1.1. t_nl��ir_L-r- -.-. 105.   Tli-linirt fcr-.w uo fr-.-i-.lo tliat U>��  piiiae co.i.ld not be  , taltcn at Uin |_w__- tlio rate coul.l not Iw dclwinliif- By l!��t-niii.'v to Ihn heart l,.jat_.  C A c��J<! p^P.pir��Uoucorcrurt tho 0iitlrelK,,l,v iniwh of Uio tlmo  ami lU pi.in_wa.< sliw-t  * ro-itliin���na,   Tha visible iniKons  mnrnljr-nivs were. l.Url.lr   ���Inlcr-lyJ, wliinh with the.  {m.!. touit^ratiu-i! showed uuilonhlahla evldrmwof tho liiJI.irtinu.lory.rmuI tion--xlitlriR  ' |ln_io alMwnirMl cvrity.   At this Uiile <iwli._. V>  t'oo  liill_mi:-ir.>r.v' iwiidItM>n.aud tlw  } e-tio-iowalc heart, tho pro_uosi�� wi_> very uoi.-ivgihW*.   truin <  to,.6 p. in.   I  l-ol  1 littln or no hops of -smwiy. .About T.ivja. a ��Hsht Unprvivoincut w_j noUco-  A ;>>'���. and his condition crouimlly Improved._        !' c.  �� ���f-.��ri.-J_vn_lnatt-_a��ii��). ���,- \ ,-.rr truly yours, , -  is      K.O..Mooro.Pritct_-d . Knlosley. ^_SulIS2i!iJlwLii����>  r_,-arSlr._ttl^. you for your letter of th��l',tlir, amU,,r M  1 .n'ditlim w-ri: not uuKiiown to melie.roi-y.,iiro.iii>!iium.-:vtlon ovm�� tolu.ii'1. hull l.i,.'ln���.. <"  tMwln,'-".Tnif,.ln 1-65 Vit-liout. wind   nhlo'.'.'    "IntJTn.tlo.val   ���     -. -      -, .,   ���  iMo?ec-t-.l.!�� reparation to ^ivo ponn-nont strength .toO�� "itirc iiwt-W M vrrilM  lHd-iCM'r-.��'._ii- to llic,'��tlon-ml iu.simllnl.lon." It la. usod ami cndorwUby a r_��J_rtty  of the i-tVjiI traSnvi-aud Is liicoiwt-tit.ui.0 on moft liorso-lin'-dii'SC ���j"'m''- _���-.v. .,._,  __nl"nt.-h I..W been f.:d ������Ini-rivi.l.lon.l Stt��-k Food" cv'or}- da.\-Biii'-e m roBsht him  t-!,7v,.ar- avo for J50.CW. Sliico- that ti.nr, liar, his broken 7-w,,v..l ����� woyta ����d  hai -...���. e-.tnt "tror.s- ao.l v-Ijorous. Owing to Jii.'i ir��_t con-r-tutional strrnsrth h-  ��a, ai,io to wlthm-nd hi. ��,-voio flrktii'A'v. Von e,,uld uot a��V better pnwr ort_B  suporiur   uiv-iiw of "luUwiiutloiial Sto_t Kood" whlrh you caa food at a cost ot  .  3 FEEDS FOR OWE/CENT.-. -"  , ,��� . w���.   .   ..���, Tho merits of th^ fr>od for liorwa j  is c\'*Mi nJ.t-tM.liou !as a posstMomwt.c'no fc*r othfirnjilnw.ks hi troubl*, \  _<1 Tn��rtt Bivcc^��sf��0-. A-V-rlOM'Tiif tvrcihogs wtU��li�� UiK*5 daj�� 1  ln-_ry f<>otlva_rn. v-are sick.    On tiro fourfth <\sltu, tMrd'l  3" ti��n.Uih�� pigs on tho. farm 'w��d *n 'mljoliiinx i��__3 I  thfully,    (S^d_),0-_-. H.\>*SON, WrecU'ir.  FT   YOUR MONEY BACK. IF 'THEY PAIL TO CURE    ���"*"__3  f'l -Int-rnation-I" PrrParations were not up to the standnrd we could not afford to make such  an oSer.   We hereby agree to forfeit $1000,00 11  we ever fail to do as we say. .       . _,       _,    .,       -^�����  ���.intern-      nal Steele Food"        "International Heave Cure" "International Hoof Ointment" "International Sflyer Pine Healintr OU"  "Interna!.onail Poultry Food"    "International Colic Cure"  "International Louse Killer"     "International Harness Soap  ''international Worm Powder- "International Foot Remedy"  Sold on a "Spot Cash Guarantee^ by UlTERMATIOKAL_ST0CK FOOD CO., Toron.o, Caa.  "International Pheno-Chloro" "International Quick Cleaner'  "InternationalCompound Absorbent" "International Distemper Cure"  "International Gall Cure"  o  .  *  rU   ��1       '' *,  ,1 ,"������.,.��,.     '.,  W%A-:������������      ,7     ,  - !'-< ';;->  ���.yefi".  ?��:  "-V-*  s--j,aci!5  ���rsfiiv.:^  ". '���*��� *'  y  *.-j_r'i  \\;,Ai<-.&y*  .'ft",?     ��  A*& -  trs-A*  0-j  v -,,'ii-i".-'"H'  *,*--,--���'-1  V '^''v'.'^  r-Ia.-v-   * 4."A  bV  4  - r.     *  A -r-H  1  .  ���   ,-   ,,,��,' .3  :**-:; t,y  ^  .' ���''  "    "*  i^'ViJ  ' 'r, *  lb  ,  1  41 .  Wy  iri  'v'Jl  Af  I      4      '  'iA-i  t  _'  - 1111 i ^3  V 1 v4.  '���  '    fi  r             '-i'JI  1 ���"'.,���'.    V   "Jl  v\',w},  -  t  �������� 1 *)*,  '  1   1             *  r,                   -    VB  m  -r  " *"���**'-    i  , ^    ���-.-  /.'.'.��� i^m  .'  �� j  ' \.<  V  -"<��� 'S   *m  m  '  ��r>  *.  *E_i  *"-V  t- '    '  s.r       1  ^^JS .  ,  **    'v  |/-   v1''5  ^i  1  _  V       1  '',' ** M  ���*Mt a.i  vJ  -*���.     ^ "  - f. V  ia  �����'*#  v"     *  .     'v.  1  .    ' V  *-"' *____!  M,"-"  1  -���  "'��  \*-\  '':;4^.,  '  ^  1 infl  Up-��l^(  -  1.-  '-'-H  y  , ���.'���,.  _.._ __pr"���paI9d..^n,l  ���"5S-  ��*���i,W��**��.'  '���i,-,��fejt.:,:.JS. ��� ... ���.��_*'  fc  -____>-M__ai   iim ii   in  ���a-M__a__M-i  fe__r��t��u;--l��IHII��'ll-lll  f8  ���J  Tabl  F, J.  rfSE IOYIE LEADER, IWhtf ss finnd for ��0!  "" '      'land Hoarseness?  ^t-*-;-*^^  ..c,r.^-rt,.v��-..-frtai*w��*- nm_��  _*  y  j ��    -P  -.?.iblished in tho interest of'tbe pooplr. j G"r-f3      fe_  p of Moyie and Eaet Koclo:_ii7.  ,  ?. J.SSIYTH & CO.,    -  Pcb-Icl-era  1   i.    f.ates of sorscr.irTio::  D 30 Tear.: i  ....$2.00  SATURDAY^-FHIL 8, 1905.  '(.  Now ia ��_. opportune t')-io to impress  .ipors tbq.f;9V��;rnme'nt tlie ncsejjsity   of  ,. doing some work on Movie'", roads mid  ,   3trc_te.-  Wo arc often asked tliat qu.sUon, and we have   eev.r.al  preparation., that are bmeilciat.    One of the best we think is  ��� 'DE, SCOTT'S R77.    '       (j     ',  '' Itcures Hoirsc-m-^s, rv'inovo-  Sor.-ne-s-s   nnd   hraiki   up]",.'Cold.  Coat. 50 cents, a bottle at j the  P. O. Drug'and Stationery Store,  "     ���      < W, J��� ATCHISON,  '"'JPreBcrip.ion. carefully prfet-arfd  \%fh/A-, ?~->-C3 Wil.Ioj   *.._���_.. .No.  ���- '.  .*-__.-���_ ".**j*S -  I,IwIr every irond..y r-vc.iing in their  "nill on Vi-toi'a -erect. Sojourning  Odd Fellowa cordially invited. ,  A.'G.'&IoNKEfonsE,      F. '.", H:.-Y-_;,   ���  ^Toblo Grand. Recr'y.  %      ��� ' '   '     -        ���-"    -w    .    ��� ,..*���      ^  $> - Saw. Pl&isiag.and Lath Hillo,'     ���   $  | '    'p ���     ,ioyii3 _& a I  ��$j& jranuftiotui^.- of find d-.ilc.ru in all kinds of  Flqor.np-, Ceiling, M  TffiOVie     Millers5     UlllOil     <tU  G";dins- Shipley Oonmjon Boards, PLwnsicfl.Fi-tisli^ndLath.        ^. ,|  w-a__gw_t-?wrta-_��i'��g_BO-:  Mo. 71  VV. Fvof, rVs.  f M* ��'H" ���-'Cr"^T'"���"- ������*"-��"TO��"*T  l_PH.ntrrT-r.-.-a*- �����������-. git*a-^jgaww*ywiwTX.--ifr*Ti-n-*urje*ivxKt��K0^rKt^yam^~irzzr%x^i^Ar^.^-MWtji'Ti)  Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday evening;. Sojourning members  aie cordially invitee, lo n(U-_-d.  Pj-OPpijJTOiv."?! j _,        ., ���,        ,, r.  *��� ���   Chas. Hasting?,      Tuos. 32. .-.ellv,  ! President. '   ���        Sec re tar;  ry  ft\i Prompt attention to wholesale and retool ordepT '  I   * H. CAMERON, ffigp.  ��^Su r"_ 1 '  4.  i     i  , 3  ���J       .    '  i1*        *  ���o  'fc  f  'V',^'7.  D  'are'  ���Sa|  r J'  A  Sue  tbe.  not  C-  froi,  ,    uar  it v  gei ���  "Ian  "   ��- ' ���  ]  Ui- ������,  by,  am '  bet  ,,stc   '  nu '  '   .Is"  .so  the   cull   of    the    brakouica   oa  !lici *$$'//' .'���"���       ��� "��� V   '*-', \ V"           i  thaw's Nost truin.   '    '���                           ' \M/'    ''.l*V ���,'-"^,'1         v \ lT^   . i  _   ___���__^mw-OT__-=-_        , (hia/      - --' '���'.  ,v' -''--k'-//;'   ���  .Moyie furni.hes an o-.i'lU'iit <l"ld f.ii- "-"i |   .,���*-'.;      '    .���     . - ',, jk  invt-stment.  ' M6n.y myi.ieil   luro  in <t_,'|'i'--. '"..            ..    , -    ���.     ! AAiJ)  uitiier renl esiitrt or miriing proper. _  is aa safe a. ia government hnnda and  will pay a b.tlei rate'of interuu'.  , '       Moyio'e sidewalks   arc  in   a  damnable condition and fire '.an eyesore   to  :, lhe town.    They should   bo    repaired,  ' 'then   arrest  and   prosecute 'the   first,  . man who drives ��� a wagon   over   thcin  for malicious distraction of property. -  >f   if,   j JML     I   ���������_���*������i��IH  '     o     The GranbrodD- Herald   has cnteied  on the eighth yc_r of,its  publication,  > and du.ing,alfbut a few months of this  , time F. E. Simpson has been  the editor and   publisher.    In   seven    ycais  , Oranbrcok has become    ffl> 'prosperous  1,'littlo city'l'-and 'the  "Herald   has   upon  '    ��� every occasion kept'pace ���"with its pro  .v-.greps. .'Simpson perhaps   has   a   few  , . enemies, but   .there   are   mighty   few  "men who have"as few a.tor running n<a  newspaper in a   community for seven  years. *, , *  re>('  Bi'  lu  Sc  a.  r co  ��� *v]  ' fit  ' ,n(  ��� fj-  la*  dc'-  "���--ii.  n:  El  d  tl  I  How Old Is, Ann?  < Ilei-e is the .latest7" llow-Old-is-Ann  problem for idle minds to   whet  their  v \ wits on :    A train ono mile long starts  from the station, -Moyie.    Thp   engine  ���'   vleaves the station and  the   "conductor  waits until'the  caboose" ebmes, "when  ���he jumps on'the--caboose  and  walks  -forward    over ' the' train.    Whsn ,-the  ; s'ufiiue    reaches Cranbrook  20  n.iles  -from Moyie,* the* conductor  steps off  c J.  ' the engine.    I. or:  fc-.--'doe_  the' conductor ride and how-far does ha  walk?  i*' ������ *, i.,' vr  A'' . -     V, ,'.//    '  *k  Tb^vr *   *    v     y'J#  "%��. \f '  "-i""A''^aj'~^5  \~~~   -"       t                                j ' ' _, Jp-, -pj-w-to-*<}-i��*a���             ���^-."'jar /��� vi7?n fV^l"W ���    '     _  svk: 1ST^ ' Morraabstb sto. ,sss * ]M g | y\fl iH;        jbj f gT.GJ f    , ��� {  ^S-'%��nV^-      -^r.    *-ft    Tpr-,    ��� :iS ���   ,iVL'V-'J_ J~,uJ. , .  ,'ii<J J-._UJ__.    ,  v^. iv.,-,,,...-..r,,<                    ���                                  .��� ��� 'P. FAj'OHMSlOJy  VFOPVP.ii" iWuACWMI-.NT  Wo aie rthow,in;j   a   mut>l   c'.uirmiiu-.    |  line i.f  ��    .   "    DIAlfONl. ' -.ISO;-  lor engagements'Or foi1 presontation on  birthday or any r>th��rroc��,'iS��ion,   They  will make a ploasing and very, accept-  gift at Pvfiy time.   - '        ���        - , ,  .so   ia     , -> J    s  Asl.jc.iA   '<". ir.ilr.'wt I P i*. r '*...!,0   i- J/' r g  ....Iru��-v. j.-viicmi. {!;���';'',-,- }.    ; ���'.-^u'-.'h  ir ,ti.!nni;'lic -.'ctir kriovv  ,1 At t)K1ii;i,i,rv-7^,rxpr, -..  pi'M '.'I,  ^l"ln   r��,i.ilit  oi  1J icc- .    ' i"  ' v  IrtT 'IH. 'MMdCwlliU-'-ll *-'- i' ,'" '���'    1"  <,lcvi-rn��i-Hyv,illlii!iiiil!��d I Jv'Jli.    �����.:���; i ' ������'.-  _.   jj  l���ji I.  ��� I   r        , i> ���     , ���-,  in I r,,    .1,1, ml   I 'I ���-���.   li  ivit -c ,1- 1 '' c\i ! ."  J-r,. l���l-. -   -V.  ,!'.<   _  (, | 4 i ��� ��� t, ���'. -v ^.i.^t .[.!'/��  1 o ��� , V    ,   .....  Harvey   &, '.eHcOarter,  Ui-irristers, Solicitors,' Ndluricu, J-U'. <  % Jlj&TH V-7N3 Ar-Mvii. 'i OOI,,'C O. k   I    /  jb.        1,p.D.BeiK,��c>i     '   ��� j* 10ranbrook,   - '-    B.-'O.  ,g    OHicaPCE; /�� ,falu&. mass.. vS.c.a. f^ ��       *��� ,  ' .   B) //A j.. nuiu. nm'j.'itw El- "m i-_>_<-_hi^ii-��_-wl  Graduate Optician,  _   GI.AT\TltrvOOIC.  w   , ih     n j.s     h r5 * o, h iP?i *-px  la       L. lf��i.8"ti(?L&-^ii  p wyHf-i.-��������*����' ��*-n^flF^-rar- rr' ~m ? .-"m-raoiM-*  ASSA'S'ipp^  NELSON,  " : Wliolesale Wine   '  ' Sand- q.Spirit;5E��er- '^  ' c-_.a_it-:  AgentjOr^Oalgafy^Browing Co.'s  .Beer, Ale'and .Porter:  B. O  -T. Label & Co.'u  and G-ra.in_;  Sclmtz '.-and. Xalgary  ' 'OUtircli Services.  - PiiEsnY'-EBiAN���-In  lhe "Oddfellows  J-Call."    Sunday School at :"> p. t:i.   Ev-  pning    serviee   at   7 :")0. -  Everyone welcome.  07 McDiAJIMID; Pastor  I       l  Meihodist���Sunday School at 3 p.  tn.   Evening service at 7 :30 o'cloi...  ���-   Everyone welcome.  LEWIS THOMAS,' P.uitor.  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  "     ' . ., o  I , 2:ei.son, 15., C."        ' ,    .  ,j..oardihg and Day .School   conducted hy tiie Sisters of St. Joseph, Kelson  B,   C.      Commercial     and    business  courseu a  specialty.   Ezcellence   pnei  swift'progrn.-u  characteaiae   euch idy-   ,  par linen fc.    PrtrenU  ali'onld   write   fnr, *^^ T^TS *SflT2 T?^_?  piirticu-!>r-.    Ono month   .isruics   tlio  public  of    tho   tli..rohghii_v<vS   t.t    ".."i^  Sister.7 method.*!   of P-nchinp,.    Tcrm.sj ForejL,n and   Domestic Win b, Liquors  coimn��.nce January,  April  and   Sept.i ~ ^ ^-.j      ^  Pupils are admitted durine, term. '        A   ' ���  ���  w��u-r5._>'i i3��lf\_�� y _.&���  "Cliaml>c.*l.'i.l'n',s   Cougl; Jtom.'-.y   tit.   ncot  >   - mid   .lost Popular.  "Mothers buy it for cronpy children,  railroad men buy it for severe coughs  nnd elderely people buy it for la  , grippe," say Moore'Bfos., Eldon.Towo.  "We sell more of Chamberlain*-* Cough  "Remedy than any other kind. It,  eeems to have taken the lead over  several other good brands.''' There is  no question but -his medicine ia the  best thai can he procured for coughs  and cohls, .whether it be a child or an  adult that is ufllict.d. It always cures  aud cures quickly. Sold by W. J.  Atchison. , *'  IV���...I."MM-..M....-II ".I    I,     '       ' '        "  _-v.��-_s.-_t. vc^lv������a--y-,--r..*_9���g--:~-���_^i  jsraw business  COMBINATION.  ' '.TOnN HUTCHISON,  A. M. BLACK.  We have formed a partnership for  the purpose of carrying on business in  Fire, Life and Accident Insurance;  Auctioneers and Stock Brokers/'  Any busine?, intiustcct to us will  receive prompt a,nd> circlul   aUontiou  And "Bath llooiric,  U STOKB BuildiJin.  Vir-i Okao Work,  B a tliis cpoii   .v..y day,  A, L. FltAWKLI]  W. F. GURD,-    '   ,   ��\  >   ' i "* i"  o ''���',���  .j.^!-Ki-ti.rj-!_.v sot.TC__'oit, csrc- '  'CBANBBOOK.,  '     ,   * B. C  DBS."' KING' ��� &' MILES,  '"', _i-^;_sx-^"2?i:-23t"i?i3_ ^   V  Will be in Moyie 11th of each  mon'th.  Cranbirook, - ' -.'    , -B;' 0.  George E. Tliompson,  ,i * Bahristke, Sonqnxjiv, No-  '    tary Pubuc, <��c.  - i      ���       /, , ,  OE/lNBB,"OOJ-}  ��� ��� British Colu.mi.ia.  ' " J. o  r      t ,  BUY 7/OUB  '  __���UV_H���IV ��_Jj K_-.��L^_H_ll���i_V. I���1-VJ.I--  ���_ . _ - -  r^a.  ^X^<S-_-_0& '���    (  !!F^3ri_xlt ���s^x__-'c5�� - ���  "  ,��� J'V-OM ~ '  A. B. Stewart & Oo/  AGENTS 'I'OR  KOOTENAY   STEAM    LAUXDRY.  1 *-WMT__r-l--i^^B^"wr��Bg��Ta��!ata��n^-iW  fr, I b fi"  sr_      9  ��r��  Bread, Pies, Calces,  Etc.  , *   - 'E^EADQuAl-TSRS  ��OK' CO'MM.i'RCJAL  $���        ���" , -, AND MINING. MEK  ��   .KOVIB -  ' '���   ,'- - - - ' ~      ,       l-l.lTISKCOif'^ni.V   "  '   (B0_____i__-__l-SS3_3iKj^E-^^  I \��t��ijL<5JaL  Ore.,.'.   ;     ',       I  l\  ' ,   'In qur big Tumi.l'. - Mining Experts say it will gro,w richer  ' S' and better. i Many larqe Qold Veins   an   just' ahead'and  ?]     '     will be cut in rapid succession"., Wo'  own   the  f20-  ,'icjca,    ,,.  , tr'     '" .   ��    '  wriiiQur debt. *   ' ' *    v '   '  '',  'gD \it _   "AT,  GOX^DEIBLD   ���     ,     ;��� _ '';  ^ The camp of Quick Fortu'n'es., We   own   100  acres,   with  rich Gold   Strike,   all   around.    Gold vXeins   Di-covcrt-d.  HV     ' JOIN NOW and' '     T   - >>,'*'  fi   v,      o    .        -HELP ITS DIG ��    ' ���  E'/oryjSharo of Goldcn'-funvStoiclcgives owncr.-vin'p in 'tbe  Goldfield��_00 acres   aud   Colon.do   200���total   ,'iOQ   acres.  '   ,       ' Dividends declaredon on both would be ��� '  V  TWO .DIVIDENDS FROM'ONE INVESTiMENT.  315 Buys IQOd Shares - ���,  ,300 shares.    $00 buys 0,000'shares.    Full 'paid,  1   ." '   ^Ton-assessable. ���       '".    l, , <��� <   '  BUYr'BEFOB,E THE PBIOE'ADVANCES .  ,  '���'*50'OPEB.   CENT    - ',  I)   ORDER'AT ONCE ��� ' ���    .[   ���        '.     i    '    '.-' '  '  pj'     '    the Cheapest and -Best, witlvoro in the mines and  cast-fin  '0  .       the treasury.    If over-subscribed your money   will* be tc-  r-_i   * . a''        ** r ' ��� v' '    '���    , , ,,���,'.-,  ri turned ���'",       . <    <       <  fi Highest Commercial and Bank Rcf-renee., ,    ' <?   '  |g -��� ' 'v ' JMakc all Remitenees Payable to'*    -  fl "THE GOLDEN SUN*'MIN1NG, & MILD1NG ,C07    .'  |   20-tKittredge  Building'    ,-'  ,"   ���"   '*    %    ''"   ' - .JJenyer, Colo  . g"j *.' B.   ^   'o'�� i  ' ��� *'    i iii.���_-.T^!L��__L  SEND  YOUR ORDERS  . TO US.'  For all kipdaof sheoluiolal   worki��in:  oUKlinrvOOFrNC,   FURNACE  HEAT INC,    'ELOWEK     .  rilflNCJ STPJOK r.OTS,etc.  ���Vc'al-vo   J.aiiiMaa   full   line   of "Mc-  .    .IcOlery's Famous  Stoves, < the  "best in th6 market.  a   "-*   '  H '  "    $15 buys 3,3  ��_<a ��  Lcj.sk Block. CHAN IJKOO K..  fc_-_jn__g?�� wi��^Mii.i--��wm_aeu-T-aa��. -a-Kinrtv^-a-Trj. r-W--* <_a?����.--imrry . "-^--J  Hutchison &' Black,    ; CJ����17^   r 1''1 ],^  IF YOU HAYE A,  CHRIS. NJ.EL.SEI'3,  (l'(All';,l  t; !-.' ibi.' .---  LIOUID   "'.hi-iKfAl*���!(..'ITY,  MAO NET fC COJILr,  ALL   THE   TEGO  JIV-   UfclMG  ���  Twelve Loaves���^l. '  R. T. HOWARD, Prop  FOn.BTNB  TATLOBTHG   GO   TO  ' ' c  a*. ia lefil _S5i rfftv &S?.  -   Us    BBS      B   U%^   fl   Bo  MERCHANT   TAILOR  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trousers,   Imported    Goods.  PATM0RE BROS,  B. C.  MOYIE,  J_��.   O  ���THE���  ;'���-,! ,'7-V:   ���-- -���*    '   {\   ��  HI ULi  ' T. V.' LOWNEY, Prop.  MISER*- HE.-l>��UART?.kd.    Thi, bote! is'close   to   the   mines,   and  ha.  uiorv Cohvouicncu fov Workin. M-ix.  I*  ! *,, |  .  At"-,,  A iUl 'AAV< >!'   V\ JI  ��� - A  LOT TO SELL  A HOUSE TO RKN'-  MININO BTOOK TO   SKLI.  Or if you wi.h to in\isi,  in anv of tlu-iif* cmsr.lt  FARRELL-V SMYTH.  TAYLOR .& DAV IS,  '   CRAN15H00K.  i3rickiayers.and brick 'manufacturer.. They intend putting a carload of  brick in Moyie for immediate use.  Anyone r.quiiint; chimneys em com-  municato direct or leave orders ut this  Office.    French luiige-^ a .ucciaUy  For   anther    parLU-'-'kir-    n^'.'dn^,  thffc ijocdi, call on or v/iilc,  ��#_t-.j��,~iii"��> mw"  Soattle, Tacoixa  \;v'i*   7i.r,  i :    a ' '    ',   ��� i . ��� ''      ��� '     ' ���  >_.-.,.      ���;,. ���',     ���    - ������    v    '������   l     ���'!'< i  '.-   i"u hdii '* s'-'i .' sn-.iiii'f-ci.il ')���(!'.).    J'-."  "i" ii ���cmiiiiiodiiti11...-'-  n.-idipiai'i :*    "').    ''oi'.-  mcroial and IiL.i'L. A'"'iA-  ^i'Ei:.sd AVw-i::'., vovri:, r.. c.  ,��,,��K����_wo��_.������..��-����-^27-'^_r-_!-^-_---��� _."t_!___-_  I !,.[ i��.,   >j-i        ^   ��� *-  t ��� -" '  MOYIE.  PREST PKOTC CO.  'CliANUJ.OOE' AND   MOY'IK.  H d-Wfi-H.*'     U"ic'.i--4.     -1 V-S._ta,v.J    ,,, �� ; !>..��,*i <,'        VV        ;���;?���  i tj   s       ;f y'^'lV       V.'  ���SL.P.JhJ^'-OihOKJSO.    WCV.'    YO.':"! l,lim.r.,r,...Ni--ii_rrAIl.'  WHOM: ,AI.U /.^JD^l'UTAII-'_  1 :;:>  , r.^rn-,    wc-  IMEAT     MEBCHAliTTi?,  i   Ai.-l.     -C-j-".'"������!��.���-'     -^i/-*-l-'A.    j  I Palace "and Touri--.t   Sleeper, . Buli'et, j (     Fresh  and Cured Meals; ���Erc.h  ���I     Lihi-nrv '.-'.i.r?,-'.Moi'.r:r_i Day eo'acho?..   ���':-'���    Tr;s!,   (j.,;,  CRANE BO OK,  WhiOlsnale Wines, Liquors  and Cigars.  British Columbia.  .i���r~rcrvT^&r^jn-x-iM-i.-Ti*3r~-r:  ryrwn "art-- w*rc**ci  nini:*-- V;i;-;-,' ' Mc;.!.'-  O. F. DESAULNIER  ..'   I.HCALKU   IM.  ' '.���������       ^La-CVrte."   "  ��� j Best'Sleais''osi- Wheels.  FiUi, 'i'-;-H5  tui.i   Poultry.    Wo  ���Ti.'.ir  i!ilyiJ,yyiMl _^��  I-i.OMPT   DELiVEKV'  aueeBS' A-^a.      MOYIE  ���,...'" 1 ,1     ���'    ' U,. -, f. "V-. ,  suiir,i v ��� only 't.iu   uc;:.,      ���v1-.  trade ..olioito'iL' ' ,,  ���  / -rvfAAA n^i�� V ^'       |ln"' -all '.tli��   Frinclpa}  .vr'^cl''. nv,3, ivhi.n^rKi  '|Qi.ies and}'   TowbbV^b  ,-ull  i^on;;V-, ^alj oi.   or ^ 'i;; , ,   ; Bf,��   -^ ^1^'bia'  ��� :���?���:'A "T   Gi'.'at x.oruier.i ^ijvvi.11- .^ ,.'���,!���     ���    ||       ' ������,������  ^���wriMi'       ; V" '' "' '-j' '' ''      *fmA^iJr'*^7V?    T*    t*'!  :;..Y.!VvKEV :   H.BI&YNDT,' i     ''      .WdUi^W^-h   jv, j  ' (!. v-. r. A.    :     .   0. V.��-.T. A. .!.'.��� .  "-'.'i'-'-   ���    ���l\y. Ri-..'vfde_   Av,:     ���'���;I,:.Vi;ciU'A..!.t._. '���  'opukviiiv',   '..ViiohiiJ^ton.  0^'ty^rfHfP���l #^' CtWVn  til: dl> W l^,.i.-w- O^.vM v7 ,J A"  'd  BARBER f-llipr.  farrellVblqok ��� ' v-  ���Confcottonc.y,'Fr��Ue/eigars', Tobaccos, Candle.. .Etc  CALL A2SD SEE US.       ' ,    '.   '.'��� V  E.'iaT Ky.i'Ki'i'.'.v

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