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The Moyie Leader Apr 22, 1905

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 ' .c NO 2  MOYIE, B, C.: APRIL 22.190��.   LOCAL  NEWS.  '  "Lick" McClure is  applying   101  /  ���        is       i   ,!*C4  r  $2 A YEAR  iJust Opened Up a Nice  -e of Imported  New    Officers  Elected,  Are  IIBElEIlISiiSTlG  Pee L.t $1' For. Six Montfis  ��� arid    Only   ' property  'Holders and' Business Men Are"  Eligible.  8  "    ������!������!> <n  Paid UP Capital   $8,700,000.  ram  u*>       ^ . 500,000  Reserve,    ���        %      Q?ooo OOO c*��v. go, 'o-d  . Total Resources   - 91>O0O,uuu  posits Boce^^^  COMMERCE  FOR EVERY KIND OF  ^ACCIDENT  2SSS5SSS3^^^^^^E^^_|^S  ... .-iriiOfi-. o  sViiANISHOOB  MOYIE, B, C  'At last the  Moyie, IJourd   of  Trado  had been   r.eorgani/.ed.    At    ���'<���    recent  meeting C A.vFoote,  It.   T.  Howard  and J. II. Hawk'e were  elected   to  do  missionary 'work in behalf of tbe board  aud to call a meeting for the  purpose  of reorganizing.   Last night in'  L igle  'hall a very  oiHhusiasuc  meeting  was  held and   Hi<3   best oi b.ir'mcr.y  and  good wiirpr. . *iW.'   AH were in favor  ofieorganiair^,, v.i'1 '-hi-;  worFwas' at  once proceeded.'..i"r.'  rolto.ving'is  a  lietot tho new oilier-,:   ,    ���  r. J. McM'.bon, Prov.dcut,    ,  F. J. Smyth, Vice-President,  E. 'A.,Hiil, Sr*cry--Treas.    . _  Executive' committee���1.   ?���' I^Iac- I jpra-Qi- 'or Jilairmorc  domil.l, C. A   Footp,   J. II.   H.uvke'  and, Joeeph  ^iecfer-ladt.   The  president, vice-president and secretary are  aldo members ofy the  executive  com-  mrttee. , -  It was decided to charge a membership fee oi $1/ payablo in advance.  The membership,ii to'be conLtnecl   to  hotel licence near   Yahk.  11, Campbell haa a '-'ery appropriate  window display for Faster.  " 1). J. Johnson,  the  contractor,  was j  in towntfrom'Cranbrcok Wednesday.  II, N. JBrenton has  disposed of  his  freighting business to E. X MacBeth.  W. L. lieid, formerly   of   Moyie  io  now ii resident of East Snokaue, Wash.  A daughter *vas  I'^rn   to Mr.      and  Mrs. V. iesaulnier VTed-.esday   morn-  ing.  - Mr?. W. R. r-yutio iult Monday for  her old home in Omro, Wis,, for a  visit. .      ���    l"  , For everything Iresh. and soasouibic,  R. Campbell &.Co. have it.      r���  A,. L- Franklin   has   boon   makin  doi'no.  artistic    improvements in' his  barber shop. '  Read the new ads in this issue of  Fink Bros., Cranbrook, aud J. J.'.Mur.  phy, Moyie,  llenry-Oough and wife arrived here  the liret of the week from Spring Hill,  isfdva Scotia. , ,  Dr. Harvie'.won the *p fishing  rod  which wtu rallied by Joe Baker  "-Tuesday night.       . ,   -  '. Joseph Stcrrit/districc manager ' to  l-.'Burnv& Co., was   up   from   Cranbrook Tuesday.  *            >    ,        a' _   ,  C: M. O'Brien,the Socialtet.orgS.nizer;  was ui 'town the first of the week.   He  left'Ttiesday'for "Winnipeg.    ���'-      n  Crawford,   the  barber, has  left  Firemen's Balh  "metal maricet.'  New   York���Bar silver,    57 cents  A ' T *  iv,, tadtoU^Tl ������ .J*. ���   ^;*f_?'�� <"V Stf  Moyio and will open a shop   in   either  Try A Tew Cans of  9?  "Old Homestead Bran  Vegetables and Fruits at  (  '9  -Moas Hansen will leava to morrow  for Iledlcy to do some" work   on   his  Jarm'near there.  It is rumored'that'A. B.^ Grace h\-  tends'movicg the Frospectb, from  Fort Steele to Crapbrook.      , ',  'Dr' Crops', tho Cranbrook veterinary,  The m'embership,is to be conLmeci   to ��� , d... suffering from  business men  and   property   holders   .s rn the oni_. '  Any person thus qaalificd may become  a.c.et- .   .  dancg.at the ball next Monday even  ingib. aid'of the Moyie fire brigade  | Tlie ladies have been doing splendid  work and the business men have been  most liberal in their donations.' The  cause is a worthy one. 'Little by little,  piece,'by piece, a good fire fighting  equipment has been procurod and it is  for the purchasing of 'two additional  lengths 'of hose that tho glance is  given. There-will.be good music, and  a <*ood lunch and a first class time 'is  assured. ' . ,.  London���Lead, ��12. .I2s  a member by 'applying to Mi. 'Hill,  payin^ the required tee ayd signing  his name in the-roll book.' A committee was appointedtto draft a. new  set of by-law?;which will be submitted at the best mooting for 'approval.  The next meeting wiK be held .io the  Eagle hall one week ftom last evening,  Friday, April 28th, and every peison  who has the welfare of the town at  heart is requested to be present. _  A Strenuous Editor.  k^^^mM^s^^^^^^^^^  PROMPT AHD SATISEAOTORY  Are the Characteristics of  'The- ladies of  the  Oathplicychuich  are   industriously 'preparing' for  their,,  'social winch  they "will, hold on   Ma.>y  2-ith.  Mr and Mrs Lawlor arc putting up  a building nn their1 lot oil Victona  snoot. It is 16x20 in sb.e and v/ill be  fitted up with four rooms.'  E. J. Baker installed two handsome  plate glass showcases in his shop this  week. They were shipped from Jones  Bro-- Toronto. Mr. Baker is carrying  a nice stock of cigars, fishing tnokle,  etc,  Little   Ireno  Elmer   was   brought  ,.   ��� T. 0. E, Convention..  The Eagles ot British Columbia, will  hold a proyincial'conv'erition at Grand  Forks beginning on Monday1, June 5th  at 10:30   a,   m.  The   convention   is  ���F. E. Simpson," the stronnous editor  of tho Cranbrook Iti-ft-ld, ow.o up_ to j ^Q"ftQ�� lbo ll0apitpl arid has rocov  Moyio last Saturday ami ppout. ^ loiv]; ���    ���   --  called by, A. W. Y,on Bhel��. V. D. G.  P. at the" sohcitalioa of 'Ih" differont  aeries of tlio pi ovjiiCrC-  >'   ."f;]ecting- Delegates.  The Ifoyie l/incs.' Union is hcldinvr  an election'to select a delrigrite to the  thirteenth r.nnual cotv.Qr.tiot? of the  Western Federation of Miners, which  will'convene at Salt Lilts city on May  23rd. J. p. Ilenr.essoy and. James  Lenimou are the caniiclatoe,  ^i  |.i.;.iu1Bwcreprebont.    Insure with us .,._..  lowor rate wo oiL-r and adequate protection,  ARNOLD & ROBERTS.  and get the  benefit of  the  MOYIE.  IN'CI-OOK,  kTS  w<  j��T 3Sj u37' �� C3> "W  HATS.  'L.Wry\noboslrttnSo..Mmtsi��loW��;    See ,,ur   unton  mJ0 M'��.DE or tu, W..ST" They're beauts.  J.H.UJ-1U   ��."����� i. -    - - ,      .  houra singling with tho paople o, tlio  silver-lead city. Sinipson is a good  mixer and possess the knack of makin" friends wherever he goes. He is  bro.tt. minded, and the Herald under  hi, management, hes always represented every portion of tho district unhand impartially. Moyie has always re-  ���coi^ed excellent treatment from him.  NOTICE.  I v.-,.-l. 10 nol.ly   Hi"  ln'blic,r,t,i,"!���^  bUSIIK-irS 10 1,.    A-     ''--- nsfron-  kiudly think tnfn.   i>��' b  age.  IX. N'. I5UENT0X.  Al,���.it   rviiL-imiiti'"!.  .no  f.-��- d'-i-*'-    ,lv'1'  Thou .no ff\>   ���''"������' ' .��� ,  . ,,,,       j,.in    ih' 'li'iallsm   .. - ���  :r .";;;::. u'ivn.Ai,��� f-��..��...  ;;;;���,:.':."'-nuiu-'i-^^ ���  , .-   ,     '.        11    b'IUrL,tbtCsl,  Mctlalniogtoomplotoly . from ho*   raj  cent illness,   Irene is seven years old  and was the first child born in Moyio.  W J Atchison came up'from Cranbrook Thursday. He has not yet dis-  ncwi- of his drug business here,  tank Murphy and Elliot Ctowo are  looking after the store. 0. M. I'.ddtng  ton of" Winuedeg is assmgting Mr.  Atchison to take slock.       -   ^  losenh Niederstadt is again m.tking  beer   / ins   brewery,   and   the   first  atch wiH bo on sale next   week     Mr  N.eder.t.ult i* otic ol Moyu s bet  ci ens and hu bhould bo g.vcn every  oecountgemctH by the   pooplo   hvmg,  hip, ' ,        i  Several worthless scamps bavo,  uimpc-1 the. town lalclv h-L-ving the ,  J1'1 '���*, ,_ ' i iini(.t nien to mourn i  mou'hant, -md ���<>h���    ^(),l!(.     hc , an  Easter Sundav.  Tomorrow is Easter Sunday.   Special services will be held in the  Presbyterian and Methodist churches  in   the  evening.    Father    Choinei  will   hold  br-i vices in the Catholic church at  usual hours. _             Ourley and John L,  the  Doing G-ood -Work. .  '. '    .  At the regular meeting of the I.   0,  0.'" F.   l^Bt" ' Tuesday ' tho   i'uitiatory  degree was  conforred on' Mr.' Kenry   f  Sait, and' the eecond'degree'on Messrs.  Hugh Cambron/Orahrfm   Baton   and  Andrew Stewart.   "Hext Tuesday tl'iere  will be work'on in t\ie first   and 'third  degreer".    A social session v/ill be Iieki  and .coffee' 'and   sandwicneo   will' ,be  served.���' The anniversary "service' will  be held,in the   'Methodist 'church 'on  Sunday evening','April .3|D,..and   evefrv  member of the order  in the   camp   is  requested to bo present and take pare  iu it.   The .members'.will   appear   iu  ��� '.    ,,.-..-     . .-i    i ,-t    ���  'regalia.     ' ; ��  ,   Acknowledged G-uilt. ',  (  ��   John Evans, who was arrested hero  some time ago for oteal'ing a suit ,oI  clothes from a man at the"St. Eugene  bunkhouse aud was acquitted, and was  afterwards arropted in Nelson for another offense and was convicted, ,haa  just plaaded guilty to the stealing of a  watch from a cook at the, St. Eugene,  named Lauzley. When IjYaus-loffc  here he took Tjftngloy's watch, and it  was not until after his departure that  it was missed. Eyatis has the reputation of being an all round crook, and  there seems to be but little question  but he is the mau ,,who stole tho  clothes.' , __y   The Gun Club.  i  -^r   .1   v.'-'.n'i Wash The'Moyio Gun club held its weekly  j:z;::;, ^rssJu ^i^ t-*.^ ^w�����, ^��.  iweou   ioiur I,' Sulhv.vu    .md   Jack \ ,n,lnBinir i8 a jjat  of   the   contestants  Cnriey," when the  U.rmer 'comes  next month.    Guru  South Eubt Kootenay.  vvt'ist  wlU known in  clay    pigeons  .\'.  tl  i.ii  THE  MICK'S    FUKNfSHI'JilS  '3  To   say  , .     (,ult(i   ,.,   thcrofoic,   a  !bl):a^l,.1,.Ai;t.>m.ke,l,utCh.u.-ner.  '        ', !'.i���. l'i:m which enjo>sM.   ^x-  Lcn-n-o r ile. 1 a, mot. w.th u.e.it sucee^  tl', pain, and   hundreds *l[�����.  hftvc���testili-d by   pcint.uient  <*"*}>*  AVliv -.iilKr when 1 am   L.ilm  a Utile     l'or sale b\  ^ .  iPU'wav   oi   bnnKin.'   tin-. .���! iaa    ut  tntin  'to   timo   ami   ^�� ".   ^  ih.il   thoy   mu-t   a',   l."i-t   pt>    >hoir  loncal dobls.  flis Eye Injured.  a- Saving15  AVINGS DEPARTMENT^  iJepobiis of $1.00 or.upw.ird-. icceived.  :      a There is no   better, investment than  Bank deposit.    ,-  . -. . w-.u-h ivliothur added to  or  Once opci.wl it.��� grows wntinv ������ , .  .    Interest   allowed at   current,   nu...  ���'pounded twice a yearA  iEAWBKOOK jB!EANCH.   . y  li. F.'M   PINKHAM','Manager.  not.  com--  GOOD  "Goldic"    F.t/.wilhun.,   who_ftont  lis, week to   Kossland,   mot   w th   a  ���vo-e  and   pu.nful  accident    shorty  Ifti-neariivedthctK    He was   work-  in, in one of   the   mines   and  piece of steel in one of his eyes.  u-oi-^hprebv given that in inline  ,,(..-,.>n   ��� m-:,'t.   t ��� kin.-:   logs   Muni  >.iU,..ru,pers., Ua.'   :.!....    UUpil.U  our-  \v  ��� it  be piUA^uU"'. to the fli'l  extent ot the l..w AW.'per���on �� C'.'U  can bo convicted oi eutlmg ivny of   ou-  bcom--       l .-..,,       , i ,    r i ,t  Mojie Lumber A- Milling do , l.l\l.  followiug is a list,  of  and   the   number   of  broken by each:  Armstrong   Cauipball. a.   Cameron   11 ill        bmj tii   Cameron  won  the final   contest   by  bi caking 10 out cf UJH hirds.  !        Smith Remanded.  19 out 2-"��  17  rt  10  10  Frank Smith, who was arrestod thi-i  ��ook on the charge of "lifting" a sot of  cnanckook: LtcEXCF. Disnucr  A sptu-i.il .u"cti"g of the    lioanl   K   c';-"-k   fl(l]U ���",��� lt Go's  ^toro,   was  ���t-      , \M'�� ,^" "wlS'b N��^ld    " "The I UI, ���,r ..MlTbui^y ,,a ���� retnan,.-  lleilo^UtJ^r^anbrook,   o,i . Kriday, 1 fd lI!)tll Tuesday for lurther   evidence.  ! IS ' UIHiri   uiii'"' i   *-"  rin       ���   '    ,l-i  pieuu-j.--��-- .      ,,,���:.,.���   ol-    ai'M-ivI-'   l'.H).") at the hour of Hi.ocioAA  }low ,��� Spokane under the cue  o. �� M^^J-;^ nooa l0 cou^]vl 'h,. khIo.v-  eyo bpectalist  ^^XZ,XXuX 'can't  Sr'SvXu dAi.se the care  '^^^Nowy^-mtarnawatchl  1SelISt!'!;,ci^n-i.'t>-ughly,put  li.togotherAind 1-ant  -!il3 gu.xl as ,ncw.  ��� -��� ^  S"W. H. .WILSON,  injr application :���  Susnicion seems to point   that   Smith  i w.1-"   nUphcatcd   willi   Evans   iu   the  Hold, I staling of a suit, of clothes at   the   St.  En gene recently.  .]'. II. McMUliLIN, ,      " .        ���  ,'hief Licence Inspecto,. ^ ; yvmfc y[[nQ On Ph'e.  [{   C   McLuie,   l'roftpoctoi's  mll0s? v.i-t of  Vnhk.'  fj'il. back   to you ,  -i rAn-Jn sbrJA-u/i-ns&r .^.^-z^^-^  U'l  ^A-\ir.X.-.  K-wcl  'cJtANBKOOK, B/C.j  WHEN IN  ORANBROOK-  j. JI.'SWAI.T,, MmiaB��rr':  . Good rooms; good, tables and. bar,  and tirst class sample rooius.'  &^��^%ASL1'^  i worth many, times as .cost,  jby W. J. Atchison.  jelief  alone  [���'or   ftde  The Co.il nunc at Frank has been  on f.re. for several-days past It is  stated that the lire started at. ^o. 2J  oo n and that it bad been burning  some, time when, 'discovered Ihe  Mlu-m was given-at once and that portion of ��� tho mine was inimediately  Sediuan -.ttompt to    jmothcr   tho  tire.-  | ; p    j, F, m   PiNKHAM, Manager.  f'"< E. n.������SMA'TVU T.liinn��:cr.-  V  1  j   llJ*^,   lb  1"    l"r' '"�� ."  i Tli-.M when hike in Ih'Jj  1 is double   in   rupidiiy.  .m-   "ood   tablet! and   bar,   . :| ���.,(. at   the    right  cpu  Good rootu-s  .     iuhI flrct''.'.Ues sam ��1 o ro->-fi6.  !s.,'ySl    For sale by S. IC  "*!..���*' Xhjs'.t S<!^A- sfeiiN/  ^/.rrr-J.;:f:-.2V  rA-j..Ar  r>i.'.'i  *?  ^  ^    r   i    ^    '     . '       ,1. 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Q  <- s.-vera  - 'no cui  'best t  and ot  adult  and i  Atr-hi  "Isn't this quite the most fun we've  fcaar asked Pauline, laying Uie last  chestnut on the hearth and .resuming  bar seat on the low stool before the  fire . n   ,  -'Quite " replied the man beside her.  J 'Pauline looked up.   "You're so sedans   Teddy.   You're always so serious  that I feel I should almost call you  ���Theodore, not Teddy."   '  He smiled indulgently at her.   What  , a child she was iu spite of her twenty,  years!  He had known her always, for  he was about to be forty.  ���-Don't, I beg of you. Look, child, my  chestnuts are going to pop first."  Pauline 'framed her' face in her hands  and rested hor elbows on her knees, In-  ' iently   watching   the   chestnuts,. open  .wider and wider.  '  ''   "Don't forget the names, Teddy,   l a  ttke to know which girl is to have you."  He smiled again.   He alwayscsmrled  at Pauline.   Ho watched.tlie, firelight  twostep through her ringlets and about  the great coil of hair wound gracefully  ' about her pretty head." ->  "Oli, Teddy," she cried, and dismay  '  ;was the predominant.emotion betrayed  '   'in her tone.- "They all popped at once."  'And   it  was   true. ���' All   three  of  the,  man's chestnuts had popped simultaneously, leaving Pauline without the sat-  ;  lsfactlon of knowing whom the Halloween   fairies   had   destined   for   her  companion's,wife. '  ' ( " '_ '  '      The man laughed.  "Watch your own.  '    Hhat fat one on this end'seems ready'  to jump." ' .   ,  Pauline, a shadow ot disappointment  still on her face, studied her chestnuts.  "I can 'venture a guess as to who that  '   end man is, littlergirl." ���  ��   '   --Can-you?" she asked'saucily.   ,  ' '   "Yes, and he"seems to know lie Is to  '   pop "first.   He is a cohfideut. chap, at  least."     .*   '''".-'        =-^fr.-r-  Pauline' Ignored his remarks, ane  first chestnut was ready to burst, and  the middle nut .looked ready to follow  any minute, 'but'the one on the other  \*   TH  i ��� ll t-   .  .���1.-11', 1)  -.'Ml  .��� a. n  j .tm  '���ii'. inn  o   l.'sH  / .lev1. 3  ...��� tit li  .- -i the  Ao Kt-  A.-.rli;^  notice,  ���'-VUll'j  t c* r A.  ruled..  To t'.ie  If. .ur.i.  ii:i i  'vr~Q  #%<t*'r Af < ���   J - ;  r  $���SA'    V   v      r%'  .e  $,-;<> iV>.f"L'  >��>,! A .  [Sail   >, Jh  HA"-  he"-*- was  tt.e c-iacus.  "You're a silly chestnut,", said Pauline, shaking her head at it; "you arc-  so slow. You deliberately let all the  others get ahead of you." She paused  while the flames danced about merrdy,  trying to urge the nut on to jump.  All unconsciously the man was bending closer-to the,girl, trying not to lose  any of the conversation which was not  addressed to him. Somehow it was an  interesting soliloquy. Usually he let  Pauline ramble on and on, unmindful  of her chattering, treating" her almost  as a child���a dear, lovable child. Now  he had an unaccountable curiosity to  ' know for whom she had named the last  chestnut. There were so many young  men whom she might have chosen.  "You���you think you are old," Pauline was saying still to the chestnut,  "but you aren't at all. And you are so  serious, and you fancy your hair is  gray " Her tone was very low���confidentially low���and she bent more closely over the nut. /  ��� "I'm afraid you aren't going to propose at all. I'm beginning to think you  will never understand that���that you  iove mo, you funny chestnut," she  laughed nervously. The nut was on the  verge" of jumping, and she > was perrl-  ously, close to it '  "Be careful, dear," said the man. It  might strike your face." And Pauline  'thought he had never spoken to her so  tenderly. " , '  She lowered her eyes qurckly.     Oh,  chestnut,  you  are-you  are going to  pop!' You are!"-       - ''       ���  Pop'.  The slow nut had jumped, and  Pauline  excitedly, reached  out for  it  and caught It. ' "...  "Oh!" she"cried, dropping It.        >    ���  The man slipped to the stool beside  her. 'Why did you do, that, child?  You've burned yourself," he said, tal:-  ' ing her hand in his.  For   a  moment, he  held  it silently,  looking into its-pretty, pink palm.       .  "Pauline, who w,as the last man���the  man who hurts you?" ' ' ��� -  She looked up into his eyes. ("  "Dearest, can it" be? Oh, Pauline,  and to think.I have never realized1 until  tonight what you are to me!" Her head  dropped to his knee.   .  "You���you almost made me propose  to you, Teddy,"' she mumbled, from her  refuge. .'.'And if it had not,been for  Halloween' you would never have  jumped." ���" , '  '    "We'll  make  up  for  it  by   getting  'married next week." '  And that was why the forward chestnut and the deliberate chestnut were  allowed to remain side by side until  they turned black, and-crisp/    '      ."    ,  MEN IN THE OSLER AGE  when v..  _.  I was among the first to benefit.  When  FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY' OF MU-  NICIPAL   CHLOROFORMATORY.  A Pleasant, Morning With ,ihe Candidates for "Snuffing Out" in 1955, Under the Law Enacted in 1905-A  Splendid-Looking Physical Spec-  men' Explains the Beneficent Law  While Waiting  for His'Call   Hence.  On the fiftieth anniversary of the enactment of the humane laws providing  "She snuffing out of all, -^sons who  had reached the age of .60_y*���;^*  the municipal chloroionn  IVIodeP'r't IVle'fcHoci  1 I was graduated from  Harvard I was  swamped with offers of splendid posi-  1 tions.   The world was awakening to the  value of college men   then, and  every ,  corporation in the Country was hunting ,  Tor a young president.    Well, I chose  the   management   of -the   Stove-Lifter  Trust     a corporation    of    $200,000,000  capital, and, naturally, knowing noth-  taj about the business, I was able to  do things that no one else would have  thought of. and the concern P����P|�����  tremendously.   It was hard at my 30 h  vear to have to retire into the secretaryship at a salary of only $20,000 an-  mfaUy. but I realized that I was rapidly becoming middle-aged, and must expect to  give  way  to. the  young    and  strong.'   When I was  40 the^Board of  Directors    presented     to    me   ,an   en-  "eraved resolution, thanking me for my  af buying fcafi rioTto take chances on quality and   value,  wr u * getting  lue,   but to   insist ori  T ritorT Ume'heid pleasant con- . 1|fet,m9 of serVlce, and also ?they gave  atory and for _a time iiemi^    ^f   stiU i "leL,y_   ..���,���n-tant   o.ierkshin  with   a  as It saves worry and Insures satisfaction.    Bia  iSsdSj'40.; SOc'por pound.    By all Grocers  packets.   .'  HIGHEST AWARD ST. LOUIS, 1904,  Black,  Mixed  or Natural Green,!  Sold   only In   sealed leadl  - \ me   an   unimportant   clerkship  w  who" were   gathered ' thern    salary of  $5'per week.     On  my  the.   useless,   but  versation   with  ^ So" iS awaUing the Wl ����  All were in a pleasant' mood. iney  feemed to feel that ev<m at GO they had  long outlived their usefulness in this  Sd Some of them had b��nptj {  men in their early years, had been pap  Statf of industry, leaders of science and  letters, but by, middle age their^ intellectual light had ?rowntd��m.rlromdthe  worn   out  50th  blrUiday"! got another engraved resolution, and was made an office, boy at  a salary of $3 per week. You can readily see, sir, that after having served my  employers faithfully these last ten  years, and now realizing my utter m,e-  lessness, I am perfectly contented to  appear here this morning. I tnink, sir,  that by your 60th year you, too,  be more than satisfied."  Yellow Journalist's Experience. |  "I suppose so," said I. "You have,  perhaps, heard of me. I became ed tor  of a leading yellow journal immediately  after leaving college. Until recently I  had a regular position on the reportorlal,,  staff, but being now close to the fatal  will  front rank they had at 40  small clerkships, and now,  wTth the drudger'y of the ojflcaandtte  tame pleasures of the golf Jinks, they  Sned with joy the,, arrival of the mo-  rneA When they would pass to condi-'  SS in which a few thousand years of  age more or less, would make no dif-  ferencT in their standing. A young  man myself, I could not but experience  IHen^of regret as, I *��a. *ff ^^  ��� this  waiting  company.,-thn"g.,;"   enquired the aged, stranger  under  our  wise     Oslerian  laws   these        q        no���  J_  ^      red.    ..Tou  see  men.  oi twa^ly  hale  an<-,JearlfJ'_ '   ���  !Sws     bright-eyed , and      firm-footed  must step aslde__thonsl�� Nature would  ahow theinTHn^tVenty years- more, of,  life     But,  after all,  they we^e really-  only empty    husks.    Fifty -years ago  they woull have been selllagpu^d  calls, running'our great .industrial com  Unas.- wearing   the 'judicial   gown    or  filling some profitable.police post. _But,  Dr. Osier had exposed them  Valuable to lothers,  Baby's Own Tablets are for children  of all aces���they are equally good for  the new-born babe or the well-grpwn|  child.    They will promptly cure colic  indigestion,     constipation,    , teotb.nig-  troubles, diarrhoea, and simple fever  Tho Tablets break up colds, pie-vent  croup,   and   promote   healthy   sleep.  They  are  guaranteed  not  to contain  a particle of opiate oi-Zany of the poisons found in so-called "soothing   medicines.    Every mother 'who has used  these, Tablets speaks of them in tho  highest praise.   Mrs. T.^Timlick, Pitts-  ton   Ont., says:-"I have used' Babys  Own, Tablets with the 'most satisfao-  fortieth year, I do not feel up to It. and resu]ts< , 1 cau recommend them  am doing some desultory scribblinB.       , toalhmotiiorS as a remedy for teething  "Can you support yourself ,that way?  .       d ollier troubles of childhood.    \ou  can get. the Tablets from  any medl-  For tho.  he  -���I'M AI-KAID   YOU AREN'T   GOING  TO  PBO-  TOSE AT ALL."  A   frown  end   was   opening   slowly,  dodged into the space between Pauline's eyes.  \Vhat did Halloween fairies  know about it anyway?"  She moved her stool back and slipped  to' her knees ou the hearth, bending  closely over the chestnuts.  '. "Pop! Of course you would pop  first," she scolded, talking to the innocent chestnut that had just found Its  proximity to the flames too trying.  The man sat back and watched the  expressions come and go on her face.  "And you' are not glad that one  popped first?" he asked. "I fancy I  could name him."  "It was he���George Bidwell���but I  don't intend to marry him," she retorted, with determination.  The man raised his brows quizzically.  It was what he had come to accept as  Inevitable, that Pauline, his dear little friend, would marry this boy. Certainly it would not be tbe young man'a  fault if she did not.  "You silly chestnut," Pauline began,  talk-'ng obviously to the nut on the far  end "Why are you so slow when you  know you should have popped first?"  She did not turn her face toward the  man, but kept her eyes on the nuts.  And the man supposed it was the  heat from the flames which heightened the color.in'her cheeks. ���' How pretty she, looked! He had never realized  before how lovely .Pauline really was.  Pop! 'The .middle nut had jumped  -    away. /Onlv one remained. '  -. "fhat was John Carrington," confessed rauline','-looking, up, shyly into  the face above hers. "Now, wouldn't  you like to know who this third slow  one is':" ;..'���'.  "I ".would,   iudecd,  but  he. seems  to  have lit tie'chance/'       ;       ,     .     t  "Perhaps it is his own fault. He  has''been King there so indifferently,  hardlv secmins to realize that he was  near Uie lire and not seeming to care  to ji'.mp and pop'like all the others."  Pauline was atrnin leaning over the  last chestnut, talking half to its inanimate shell, half, to herself and not  at all to the man now sitting, up  straiu'ht-in the chair behind, her.'  "Ai-'-n't   ymi   fioing   to   toll   me   who  it is?" he asked.  "No/' she retorted over her shoulder.  ���S'lk'nlly thoy both watched the chestnut   It was opening slowly, very slow-  ', A Short neeltation. ��, <  ��� My parents, well meaning In their'  way, taught' me solemn things about  "O man immortal, live for something!"  and << all such, and I had to humiliate  myself by disgorging- them' in public.  The consequence was, .that not only on  Friday afternoon, but whenever anybody came to visit the' school, I was  butchered to make a Roman' holiday.  But there is one happy memory of a  Friday afternoon. Determined to show  my friends and fellow citizens that I,  too, was--bornt--in-Arcadia and was a  living, human boy, I announced to  teacher, "I got another piece."  "Oh, have you?" said she, sure of an  extra O-man-immortal intellectual treat  "Let us hear it, by ail moans."  Whereupon I marched up to the platform and declaimed, that deathless  lyric:  When I was a boy, I was a bold one  My mammy made mo a now, shirt out o  dad's old one.  All of it? Certainly. Isn't that enough?  That was the only distinctly popular ^  platform effort lever made. I am proud  moment he had turned the^world upside ,  Sese sexagenarians, that was admitted.  '  " Explaining the Law. ,  One of them, a'splendid-looking phy-  sleal specimen, led me -to a b������ �� a  quiet   corner   of   the     chioro'��,r.ir-at?Z  hardens,   and  while     he    awaited  the  Emmons,  outlined briefly tor^  history of the enactment of the law;.��-  "I was  60 years old yesterday," ��� ht  began,  '.'Mid  according  to  our  custom  safd good-bye' to my family and pre-  sentef myself  here.,   I must  say  that  I   am  perfectly   satisfied,     tor       hM?  practically been a dead one for twenty  years.    You know that previous to the  year  1905, the-impression prevailed in  cWUlzed ��� countries      that    experience  counted for something;'that-a man of  60  was  more capable  than  one of  consequently' elderly men were at  head of all our great institutions,  fallacy of this was shown by, Dr. Osier  in the year 1905.   His theory, was that  by 'the fortieth year 'a1 man had worked  hTmself out; that, by sixty he was use-  live with my,youngest son. He is a  leading -member of the bar. .This kind  of thing just keeps my mind occupied  in my useless age.    It lets me earn my;  ^'���Speaking of cigars," said the atran-  ger,"*take these: I shall not need them.  He picked one excellent weed from his  case and lighted 'it. Then he handed,  me the rest, a half-dozen capital ones,  and together we walked'toward the en-  Pinp- dealer or by'mail at 25 cents'a  box b^wrTting.The Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brockviile, Ont. ���  SOWING   AND.   REAPING.1  30,  the'  The  less   and  had .better  be^ retired  The  trance of .tlie chloroformatory.  "Good-bye," he, said, holding out his  hand.   ,' *-r      ��  "Good-bye," said I.       ,,' ���    ���      '  ' A'momcnt later,' smoking nochalant-  ly, he disappeared from my view.���New  York Sun.. ^ ..'  MAN 2,000,000 YEARS AGO.  Prof.  Macallum'Describes  the  Men  of  the Stone Age.  ,   There" aVe ,.to-day, to Australia some  brines who represent the paleolithic or,  oldest types of prehistoric -man, while  S?er tSs of the neolithic groups are  found in America, declared .Prof. Mac  alum In his��� lecture ,Saturday  at Toronto  University.   p The    former    used,  'chipped  or   flaked   stone     implements,  wS the work; of the neolithic races  was polished.' When Athens.was at tho  height of its greatness the snores of the  ���SSdlterranean were peopled by me r.of  the neolithic 'type^anddurtng the Ro-  ,man  were  What we sow , <  Will, surely grow,   ,       '  Though the harvets may he slow.  '   It imay be ,  We shall see  Fruitage  in   eternity     m       ,.  ^  '   From  some deed  '     Dropped, like    seed,     ,  For a  soul' that was  in needl  ,    Let us" strive r     ���  ���     -While we live ��� '  Worthy things to do and give;,       ^^  - i , Striving still-        '-        '���     .   ,<'��'"- -  - With good will    i    *  Empty, granaries to fill,  For what we  sow   .  Will surely grow, "  Though the 'harvest may be slow I  i uu ut, ,   _Josophlnej pollard.  ���tl' J'  'i-r*_��J  Mr*-  '���.-v_ ���'  gamzea society; tne sec6nd with l'-B  legal character;, the third with h3 _,.[  dustrial and commercial pursuits. ]������  one sense, ethics might be included ia,r  der' sociology, but that science wo_'J  have first to be Itself subdividea,.^jt  as a matter of scientific and acadt^!  treatment It Is convenient and sum  ciently accurate to define socloloeyuj  above.  Political Institutions are the card  Crete means thru which civilized toJ  clety expresses its will and does ij  work. Tho constitution of the countrij  'j Is one of them, but there aro also ttuj  nlclpal, educational, ecclesiastical, dol  mestlc and legal Institutions, not tl  ���peak of those that arc quasl-eeonoml-j  like property and public finance. It |  customary, though ' not necessary,  make a separate class of legal lnsl  tutions under tho title "Jurlsprudenct"]  It Is customary, also, to deal wlthbatij  property, and finance as phases of ��*<  nomlcs.  In Mr. Houston's opinion, the- aciiij  mlc treatment of sociology has In b|  madian universities, and eiipecia'.l)' \  the University of Toronto, been seril  'ously and needlessly handicapped l]l  tho want of clear conceptions ,of,th|  subject matter, method ��and aims  the science.- There Is some contiectlosl  between "'economics . and politics, bull  not such an intimate relation as Justl-j  nes assigning them to the same pro-l  fessorship.' ' Similarly, there is a grealj  advantage in ,thc actidemio separatiosr  of politics and jurisprudence, the lat-1  tor of which, in the university coun.sj  Includes 'the formal science of pomuvjI  law, tho history of Koman law, the hls-l  tory of English law, andc international J  law,, which Prof. 'Holland has aptljf  called the "vanishing point of |a-is.|  prudence."  ��� -, "  Canadian studenti'nre, ln Kr. .row|  ton's opinion, advantageously sltuaWI  for the, prosecution of the study of so-l  .clology in all three, of its great sub��|  visions, and Canadian , univw.lil-J  should rise to the occasion and, am-||  them   the  necessary  opportunities.  CANADIAN SOCIOLOGY.  dea. though at first scoffed at, quickly  gained1 headway.' The'young: men re-  afized that really they,were the'brains  of the country and had Ions been held  ?n subjection by a lot of elderly] fellows  mere   human " shells.     Naturally   there  followed an economic revolution     The  youth of the country being in the majority,   took .the    reins    .In   their   own  hands;  the Osier laws, named in honor  of the Doctor, were enacted, and emu  nicipal  chloroformatories    were established." ';   '       .  Osier Law the Best.  "Tou   think,   then,   that   the  present  conditions are the best?" I enquired.  "Most certainly," said the old man.  "It used to be that a man worked and  worked until he was enfeebled by Age,  always spurred on by the hope that he  would do something worth doing, or  make something worth having. To  many  death was    terrible    because it  climax'the Swiss' lake .dwellers  contemporaneous for 1,000 years.  Should be many centuries before neo-  ntinc Wn disappeared, and he ��ould  .be   extinguished   rather,    than     trans-  ���6R^malns of these primitive me^were  found in the pliocene strata, and two  million years was a conservative estl  mate of the age of these remains.,Prof.  Macallum placed the historic period, at  So  year's.    While the  skulls   .were  found  of  a  distinctly , advanced  type  among the more primitive forms, these  Stances have been considered by men  of science to be' pathological exceptions  Prof  Macallum thought it strange that  only  exceptions   should  be'  preserved.  Thf Spy skull, a celebrated discovery,  had a brain capacity of 1.700 cubic centimetres, while that of the.average Parisian was only 1,560.    The oIdest Ju-  man remains were found in 1856, and  these were of ,the neanderthaloid type,  ��� tho lowest in human development.  William   Houston,  M. A., ori' Us Scope,  Method and Terminology.   ' <  . "The Scope, Method and Terminology  of Sociology" was the subject of a pa  per read reccntly/at the Canadian In  stitute, Toronto, toy W. Houston, M.A..  calUnS  attention   to'the  vagueness* ol  the    signification-, ' of  "sociology/'  and  "nutting ?n an objection  to  the hybrid  oHfln  of  the  term. 'The  lecturer defined it as "the science of organized human   society,"  and  proceeded  to .poin  ''out that It is wide enough; In Its scope  to include several other sciences, espe-  jurlsprudcnce  and eco-  of these' has  to  do  Cially politics  nomlcs.    The first   -..  with the institutional framework o�� or  Some time"-ago a circular germ te  'longing to the same family -as ta|  pneumonia germ was annout  the cause of acute rheumatism  sequent .investigation, has tended ti  confirm this statement; according t:  Dr J M'. Bcattie .'of tho Univcrsit;  of Edinburgh. When nxtificially'grow  in milk or- bouillon tho germ  duces a marked acidification of tte  'fluids and when animals aro.uir-J;  fated'^th it'a train of symptom  and lesions similar to those ot ��  rheumatism |in man occur. For; to  reasons, says. Dr. Seattle the mb  rococcus rheumaticus". may U con  sldercd  a   special   organism and  tlu|  cause^of acute rheumatism.  And   How  Yow Are  Aided in Carrying It Oni  9& KIDMEY-LiyER P2LLS  Z^ol *S=Ph��^i^ I ^��%zx>��- ^-S^rT^t  �����!^���ri ���t hnm^.-Eucene Wood in Mc-    Our few years in ima .  ceived at home.  Clure's  hereafter,     be-  "Da-  was  summer  Did. Dlclcen-* TJse Tlil��  StoryT  On one occasion, when Dickens and  James Tayn were "swapping" stories,  relates James MacArthur in Ilarper a  Weekly,  Payn told  the  following cu^  rious  incident to the  author  of  "  vid Copiierfleld:" Tayu, it seems,  returning   to   his   home   one  night through a fashionable street near  Piccadilly when a sudden thunderstorm  caused bim to take refuse under a portico which commanded a view of one  of  the  fashionable  houses across the  street '  As he stood looking into tbe  lighted drawing room a lady dressed "i  u  ball  gown   appeared at  one  of  tho  open bow windows,' and at tbo same  moment a man who looked like a beggar ran across the street and stood under the window.    The lady threw out  to him her bouduet.   He caught it and.  nodding twice to the figure above him,  ran off at full speed.  Dickens was greatly interested in this  storv. and the question is asked whether he ever made use of tho incident in  any of his novels. ��� A '  A Complimentary .Coiit'racHclldi. ,  A New York publisher has a reputation for employing ^e homeliest stenographers and typewriters in the c ty  Sciency rather than beauty is what  he wants, and he knows the prettiest  ones are not the most efficient Just  ?he same, It. Is said of him that he  doesn't know a pretty woman when he  sees one.  Still his wife is an unusually  bKon0i^sbc came Into his office.  I'vils and onlv when it is absolutely nec-  i e^arv    She was met by an office boy,  I a bright Irish lad, who had never seen  I her.  She asked for Mr. Blank.  i     "Who shall I say wants to see him,  1 mom?" he inquired.  '     '-His wife," she replied.  j     IleWled at Uor in  open eyed sur-  ' prise and genuine admiration.  j     "Sure,  mem.  I'll tell  bim,  I starting off, "and bad cess to tkim that  ��� says be has no taste in ladies, mem  I New York Times. .__.._;_���  more value than the  cause we lived backwards. Oslerian  theory changed all this. Now, Instead  of having to leave behind us the consummation of all our years of labor  and ambition, we attain that in early  age, every year strips us of something,  and by sixty we realize our utter use-  lessness.    By  sixty  we  are  bored,   to  death." ,     ^.uo*  "Do you mean to tell me, sir, that  formerly the college graduate had to  work himself up instead of down?  "Certainly. People did not realize that  a man knows more the day he graduates that at any. other time in life. For  centuries it  had  been  the  custom    to  take  these  highly   educated, energetic,  original creatures and devote years into knocking all the. sense out of them.  They were made to struggle and grovel  for years.    Thousands of the most talented succumbed    to    disappointment.  Others struggled on and on to win recognition by the time they were sixty,  and   then   die.    Absurd?     Of  course   it  was absurd.   This waste of youthful intelligence had been one of the crimes of.  the world's history.    But we have beer,  brought to see Uirf light."  The  stranger paused  a  moment    to  catch his breath. .   .' , .  "You are ttrcd. sir?" said I sympathetically.   ���'���"���  A ������'  Did  Great Things When  Young.  "Not at all," said he. , "I never was  in better health. T wasf.just thinking  over the great things I'did in ray ear.y  movement of the bowels every  This is the  "A  day:  E. F. Clarke���An  incident.  She slipped at, the corner of College  and Tonga Streets, a little old woman  SSnly dressed.    Her parcels scattered  ��utcn the crossing, but the    world  hurried  on  for   it  was  raining.    Then  . ulo fundamental rule ��� of  health- Throne point on which doc-  %\rwirncSsS-the bowels to he-  come constipated?  B?re KSJSs^rcSSirtlc and  soBloengS "the liver is -five ,n ��-  rk of filtering bile from uio  wor  the.   intestines,  he said.  and,   whii.'"si   ..--�����   ��� .  Then he turned and disappeared in the  vortex of humanity, hurrying along tne  street.  She did not know the man.  It was E." P. Clarke.  Patriot, citizen, and statesman, he  was not too proud to stop in the, rain  to help this lone old woman, although  the world went by unheeding.  And it Is for numberless . acts such  as this that he will be missed, and  Uiere is a gap in the forest of men. for  a riant has fallen.-  Ind to-day they will honor the dead  the cortege, the flags half-masted, tho  slow steps to the- tomb.  And they will return, and the civic  wheels that are stopped will start  again, leaving the dead with the dead  but his influence will remain with the  ^S so you and I mus t^ yield to.the  inevitable. It may not be t0"da^ "  may not be to-morrow or the next day  or the next year, but we �����v%f^;  ily towards the.hour when we will take  ������thso?erra^  be too. large for the small deed that  needs   the   doing.  .    Let us be, kind. thpv  Let us take the moments as they  come and make them count, for they,  arfof the stuff of which the years aro,  mL,A' us think of the one. who has  gone, who rose from the printer s case  to be one of the foremost men of   the  Dominion. ��� ���    ���.; _���..  The hand that picked up those parcels is silent now;, the voice that spoke  ?so kindly-to that, old lady is forever  hushed, but no orator can strengthen,  no eulogy brighten the true nobility of  the man who did the good deed-  Charles  F. Raymond  in  Toronto  Star.  "A Mean   Sns-R-entlon.  "You know." said Miss Kreech after  her solo, "I intend to go abroad to finish my, musical education."  -Why not finish it right now," suggested Miss Cadley, "and save the ex-  Dense?"���Philadelphia Ledger.  no  there is  b��Dr' Chase's Kidney-Livor Pill, cure  constipation    by    setting    the    lner  H This is the only moans by which the  bowels can be .regulated.  Salts and castor   oil   will  motion of tho  bowels, bu.once   the  effects of the dose passes off, you  be more constipated than ever.  Thev fail to set the liver --eh-  Bv regulating the liver by use of Dr.  Clmse'sDKidney-Liver Pills you ensure  healthful action o    tho bowels a,d  effect - a  t  will  THE  ��� A Series  ��    their  ���  t  ���  ��� J  Ma a  *"? ���;"  .V-"'..  bo prevent ..and, c-.ro mou8noBBi  con.  such  as indigestion  stipation, kidney disorders  contagious diseases.  scores  aci  colds and  Mr C F. Immel, shoemaker, V-'esj  ern Hill. St Catherines. Ont.. staUJ  _��I have used Dr. Chases Kidnef  Liver  Pills  regularly  for   some  tic  and consider they are ^^'lou  1  'torpid liver,  defective ^^�� uU  digestion, headache and constiP^uj  as these were my   troubles.    1  M  many remedies but got no lelie  u  "tried Dr. Chase's Kitooy-J^J^H  and  a few  boxes o��  tl.rs  P^'\    1  have entirely cured me.   I am no i  the habit of endorsing any *   I  but  in  this  case I  cannot speak   J  hiehly in  praise of Dr. unabc ���* m  of what they have done for me  Mr   D.  C.  Holmes,   Justice   ot  Peace for Lincoln Co^, states  acquainted with Mr   C..J-- mmci.   1  consider him a reliable citizen ,n a]  sense of the   word,   in   fact, l  known him from boyhooo up -inj   I  sav I believe him to be truthtui-J  h��DC,StChaso's Kidney-Liver P,1K 4  pill a dose, 25 cents a box, at .1.1 ;J  ers   or Edmanson, Bates  & to,  onto     The  Portrait  and  sign.nMiio  Dr   a   W   Chase, tire famous iocei^  . book author, arc on every bo\.  Once you commence usim*  ^nwyi^mmtottlAiaimBD  ���a'  if.?-'  your tea troubles cease. .  Unslecpins; 'vigilance  in selection,   manufacture  and pacKing,  always the same���always the best.  Ask for the Red Label.  BLUB RIBBON,] Department R, Winnipeg.  make it  Write for Premium List  ���., -i v< ���"*.->*-i.-r*>rt al Green]  aled lead!  i with l'jB  .'hh its la.[  ursults. ]������  eluded hbJ  :nce wo_'|  vided,' as4|  d acadts;,!  and s'JiT  oclolofy k|  the card  lvllizea to.1  id does |'jj  the countrjj  ro also muf  istlcal, do!  ns, not tl  il-eeonomlj  iance. It |  sctssary,  legal Instil  sprudencj"]  il with bot,  ases of��;{  , the acjjJ  has In b.|  specially \  , been serVl  Hcapped l]I  ions ,of,thl  jid alms cfl  i connectlosl  oolitics, bull  on as JustlT  same pro-l  j is a great!  i sepai-aUojf  ce. the lat-|  rbity coun>��J  3 of poMtivtl  law, the his-f  international!  has ?.pt!j|  nt  of   [3-isT  n "it r. TToui'l  ably  situate!  study ot so-l  great subdiT  univeiblil-jj  .n and, afldf  rtunltica.  lar germ t��]  mily -as tbl  nnounccd all  atflsni. Su'c-j  s tended ts  according ti  o University  icially'gro��--i  germ pro*|  .ion of ttoj  3 aro . inr-Y  )f symptoai^  ose of acini  r. Forthesil  ie, the'"ralt*|  may he con-!  ism and thij  5m.  Qui  LLS  MOYIE, B. C.  When you think you have cured a  cough or cold, but find a dry,  hacking cough remains, there is  danger.   Take'  flESIEHN   CANADIAN   EDITORS J  ��� ,SerieS of Articles, Describing  AfhSr Lives, their Aims and  ��� [Heir Influence.  t ,. .  ���  ��� 29.  { j   j. McCULLOCH.   '  *  A  The Lung  Tonic  at once.     It will  strengthen  the  - lungs and stop the cough.  '  Prices.        .       S. C. Wells & Cn. 31J5  Z5c 50c 51.   LeRoy.N.Y.,Toronto, Can.  IMPROVED   TRAIN    SERVICE  For tho summer season the Canadian  Pacific Hail way intend experimenting  by increasing tlie passenger service on  some of the blanch linos in the west.  It is intended to put a double daily  service on Hip Deloraine line, leaving  Winnipeg and Deloraine morning and  afternoon. At tho same time on the  Edmonton line there will be, in addi-  'tion to tlie daily passenger train, a tri-  I weekly train, leaving Calgary and Edmonton  in the afternoon three times  I a week.  I Should tho experiment prove a success financially, no doubt the C.P.K.  will shortly give additional service on  other branch linos.   '  Tiie Average Man Doesn't  Know Tne First Thing',  emaker, Wes'.J  ,'ont.. states!  ase's   Kidne|  or   some  t'13  usurpa'ssctl frj  circulation,  1 constip.n����_  iblcs.     1   ��s'_  no relief un'|  1Gy-L.ivei' Pi'i-  ,is  preparati^  I am no'-1'  ' any mcdicJ:|  inot speak ��|  . Chase's Pi.Jf  ic for me"  Justice   of  states: "'  p. immcl,  citizen ia c\��1  1   fact,   1  -lSi  10a up and f-1  je truthful a-j  J,ivcr Pill". c:j  hox, at all -.J  les  & Co . '���'  id  sign.T-i.ii-1  f;unous roce'l  very box.;  The St James Gazette reports the  following interesting article dated Jan.  lfi   1797, regarding"the man who first  tried the experiment of wearing a silk  ns size,  hat of the "stovepipe" variety:���"John  Hetherington,    haberdasher    of    the  Strand, was arraigned before the' Lord  Mayor yeiterday on a charge of breach  of the peace and inciting a riot, and  was required to give bonds for the sum  of ��300.   It was in evidence that Mr.  ; Hetherington, who .is well  connected,  appeared on the public highway wearing on his head what he called a silk  hat, which was offered in evidence, a  tall  structure having a   shiny   luster  and calculated to frighten timid people.   As a matter'of fact, the officers  of    the    Crown   stated   that   several  women fainted at .the sight,,children  A Small Pill, But Powerful.���They  that judge of tbe powers of a pill by  would consider Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills to be lacking. It is a  little wonder among pills. What it,  hicks in size it makes up in potency.  The remedies which it carries are put  up in thebe small doses, because they  are so powerful that only small doses  are required. The full strength of the  extracts is secured in this form and do  their work thoroughly.  .Ileriry . Harland,' the jiovelist, reproached a'friend for the violence of  his criticism of a book he was reading.  He said that a critical attack succeeded best   if   it' was   delivered   gently  Then,' to ilustratc his point;- he told  screamed, and a. son' of Cordwainer! __bo'llt !iri old "Scottish buttler, .whose  Thomas was "thrown down by the j master, had married an Italian girl of  crowd  which.' had'' collected and  had  his right arm broken.?  A SPRING, NEED.  THE INDOOR  LIFE OF WINTER IS  ON  THE  HEALTH'.  '" Not exactlv sick���but not feeling  quite well. That's the spring feeling.  The reason���close confinement indoors  during, the winter months, breathing  'the impure air of badly ventilated  houses, offices, and workshops. The  -�������---        - -,   . n.���v are. trouble'-may manifest itself in a' varia  nt our Manitoba editors that tne*. , bJe a^llcUte; ,ittle pimpies or eruptions  ������.,.������ oC the prairie, province, hat m- q�� Uie sJ_in __ 'feeling of weariness, and  j. J.  McCULLOCH.  of   the' Semi-  Prairie.  Editor   and   Proprietor  Weekly News,, Portage  u cannot be truthfully said'of many  great fortune and little charm. Some  one, after the wedding/asked the Scot  what he thought of the bride., "She's  very rich?" the questioner began. "Ah,  I've" so heard," said the old man. "And  agreeable" "They, say so." '"Well,  what's your private opinion of her,  Thomas?" "Weel," said the old man,  with a gentle chuckle, "Ah think she's  a recht bonny wench, as, weel as hein'  rich au' clever,; but if beauty's a sin,  she won't have that to answer for."  about flour, but the woman who does the family bakio.g���;  she is the one who appreciates Royal Household!  Flour-made by the new eletfrica]I FKffp^JS,  when she tries it with the simple " Royal HousehoW^  recipes she finds it makes better, sweeter, whiter lighter,,  Bread, Buns, Rolls, etc., and more crisp and delicious  Paftry than she ever made .before, and, she is  tO   Say  SO. South 1^, Digby Co., N. S., November ��nd._     '  ������ I want to tell  you that Royal Household Flour is  the best I ever used in all my life, and the only land I will J  have as long as I can get it." ��� . ���^���~.r��T�� '  (Signed.)'      MRS.,ALEX. PORTER.  not afraid  To any woman sending in name am  Limited, Montreal, am  d address' to The Ogilvie Flour Mills Co,!  mg in name ana auuic�� i��   *��- ~e-*-- _._ i  d menbonning. this paper, these recipes will be sent ir Kii��- .  Deafness of 12 Years-  Stardl.iR.-1'rbtract-  c', Ciillir.li iimiliK.'H di-alin". in mnr.y .owi. Cnpt.  Ki'iiTunnor, ot Toronto. Cnnndn, nil* tlt'iif for 12  M-riin f.on. C.itrirr.i - Ml tnmitm'.iiti '.ulr-il 10 relieve,  pi, AkiiC*v*'�� Cutnrilinl Pow.lur ar.\Q liiu. relii-f 111 or.8  8iij. nnd in 11 Mjrj short nhile thu nonfn<>�� Inft lilm  Liitiri'lj.   It will do oh muih fo�� lou.   SO cont��.-.33  THE PAGE WIRE FENCE CO. LIMITED.  Wailful., ~  Order through oar 1  Toronto,   Montr��***   ����. *����>b����   Winnipeg".  assuredly an advantage,to  ,vr,n whose duty it is .to point out  VbrSuy cmonts of a great and grow;  ' ! ���Zrv and to be thoroughly post-  ^r^^^Ustic,toh^been  :kintj, ��� make-it  ctnium List  'I  lipeg.  drive'it out of the system by putting  the blood right with .a health-giving  tonic. And there 'is only one absolutely'contain, blood-renewing, nerve-  1 rfistorinc    tonic���Dr.   Williams'   Pink  Thousands o��  rateful'  people    have   testified    that,  "-ecrou us UIlu'Jl.v"'71;";:';,f1" More than! Pills for Pale People,  born and bred'rn the  and.   More^��an        * hav(j   tebuiiBu  that >'l--oMf-uil01?1p^fnr^ere pills are'the best-of all spring  town o? Po^go Jflf'   __ e as one   medicines'.    They actually make   new  SCKi^ ^ W1?,o",So,l bl00d;- they-brac^~^e^c^s^  I Qirough the medium of the News  Uirougu     ��� ^    j    familiarly.  He���It's impossible to please everybody' in this world, isn't it? ' She���I  don't know; I never tried it.1   *���"  Maw Hoptoad���Hiram, , how fur  away from here is Atoms? Paw Hop-  load���Atoms? I never heard, of the  place. What about it? ^iaw Hoptoad  ���The paper says that yistiddy Abner  Smith,was blown to Atoms?  t j  or "Jake" as he is   ,  railed,'bv his friends, was born in Feb-  -uarv 1879.   His father was an exten-  Sela mer close to the, town and the  , & o�� this sketch secured'his edu-  i SS training in the'public schools  :   l��giate institute, of Portage la  Prairie.   Immediately, after   oomplet  In. Ms education he learned the _art of  "tape sticking" in (.the  old ' Manitoba  strengthen every organ- of the body.  They make tired, depressed, ailing  men, women and children bright, active and strong'., Mrs. N.*Ferguson,  Ashfield, N.S., says: "For the 'benefit it may be to others I take much  pleasure tin saying that I have found  wonderful benefit from the use of Dr.  Williams' Pink'Pills. When I began  . taking thern' I , was so badly run  down that I could scarcely go :about  the house.    I was also   troubled with  0 It will Prolong I-.irc.-De Sota, the  Spaniard, lost his life in the wilds,of  Florida, whither he went for���the purpose of discovering the legendary  ���mountain of perpetual youth," said to  exist in-tliat then unknown country.  While Dr. Thomas' Eclectic Orl will  not perpetuate youth, it will remove  the bodily pains which make the young  old before their time and harass the  age'd into untimely graves.  There was a matinee benefit at the  Manhattan Theatre' for a cat and do���  hospital a few- days ago.    Befoie^ the  doorkeeper was-ready to. take Ucke ts a  dozen women had gathered in the theatre    He went among   them   getting  ���their tickets.    One .woman had no ticket, and she told him so.. I keep   my  dogs and cats at this hospital and   1  ought to be allowed to see this show  for"nothing," said,she.   "Madame,    if  you don't either leave or go to the1 box  office, and, purchase a ticket HI tern  the hospital,"    said,  the    doorkeeper.  "They,wouldn't have   you   here,     retorted the'woman,,   making   for,  tne  door.   "It's a cat   and   dog   hospital.  They won't take monkeys." .   .  " OHIO GASOLINE  ��  Portable Engines  for,Threshing  and Stationary for Chopping and  Wood Sawing in stock at all times  Can Ship at a day's notice.  Write us for Price3 and Catalogue.  Burridge-Cooper, Co., Ltd.. .Winnipeg, Man *  ' '      .Henry Avenue,',East.  Tho Backache  Stage  mity   bo l"st  '-h1*''  In'  ,;,.,,...���.":,    --- wtiom fipre-'tne nouse.    1 wits u-iau   wuuuicu  ...-.  literal office m Portage where he re q��   ^ fc   ^ .  eelved a thorough course as a practical   ^1^   but, the   pm'B   havc   fully' ^  stored mo and I am'now enjoying .better health than I ever ^expected to have  again."    ���������--- ,       T ���,-_���-.  in       If you want to be healthy in spring  gamated the Graphic and  Libera    n,       ,'d                   ,f ^,ith  pursatives���  Pnrtnap   srr. .McOul och entered  into . ""����� "_��'���>,_,,     ..���   _    ...   ���,._���  ��� printer, son-ing seven years on the  staff,'the last three,, of which he was in  the capacity of foreman. -  "  "In 190'-! when 'C. D. McPherson amal-  Portage,  Wr. ..Mctjuuocn euusicu   ���-- ��� weaken���they   can't   cure,  partnership with him and assumed me iDon.fc expcriment wlth other so-called  "��� " " whfch I tonics.   Take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  nn toi at oncc aad see how tl1110111-7 they wlU  PVi' ed! banish all spring ailments, and make  cnasea       __,,..��   ������,,   ���,.,.���_���     c*.,!.*   w nil  uusmesa  iiiitutiguiin-m.   ".-    -���    ~~.r* 1 fon}cs     Take Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  Graphic and   Weekly   Liberal, whrch   tonrcs-  lly   filled   up  toj��;in?_|:  the News, the Conse,-^UvePpSer1n! ^^L^ '^  -    -.   -   . i ,,     ��n���/i   ���r,  in\ at once and see how quickly they will  posrtron  he successfully  filled  up  to   b   -. ,     n spring ailments, and make  June last, at which time he purchased j ^^4 \ndh stron_���     'Sold hy an  * ��� D IE tho   medicine dealers or sent by mail at 50  that town, nnd took upon hrmself the j ^cr^ ^ ^ ^ ^ boxes-for ?2.50 by  writing   the    Dr.   Williams' Medicine  Co., Brockville, Ont.  editorship and management,  News had been conducted for a time  as a daily and weekly, but with his  thorough knowledge of tho printing  business from a practical printer's  standpoint, Mr. McCulloch' decided on  a semi-weekly publication and at once  inaugurated it.  Mr. McCulloch is perhaps the youngest editor in the province, but the old  saying, "young in years, yet in experience old," is certainly applicable in  his case.    He has been .successful in  hrs undertakings    in    the newspaper  business, and his abilities in that capacity are widely known.    Since the  present proprietor acquired control of  the News, its. job printing'and advertising has greatly increased and the  paper itself is now known as one of  tne strongest and most reliable Conservative journals in central Manitoba.  In addition to his ability as a scrbe  Mr. McCulloch is also a most capable  musician,   an   accomplishment   which  a'ltls to his, popularity   from   bolh   a  social ami   business   standpoint.     He  "still a bachelor and resides with his  Parents iu Portage.  Miss Fluffy���"What do you think is  the most important part of a woman's  dress?"    Married Man���"The cost."   ,  They are Carefully Prepared.���Pills  which dissipate themselves in the  stomach, cannot'be 'expected to have  much elrfict upon thp intestines, and  to overcome costiveness the medicine  administered must influence the action  of these canals. Parmelee's Vegetable  Pills arc so made, under the supervision of experts, that the substance in  them intended to operate on the intestines is retarded in action until they  pass through the stomach to the bowels'.  When a Scotch schoolmaster entered the temple of -learning one morning he read on-the blackboard: Our  teacher, is a donkey." The pupils expected'there would be a cyclone, but  the philosophic pedagogue contented  himself with adding the word driverhl  and opened the .school with prayer as  usual.     ,  . "  ucho in sin hours and curo-.-iU-  ."It took.you an awftilly long time  to pull that fellow's tooth'," said the  assistant,  tist, grimly,  loved." * '   ,  Yes,"  answered the den-  "hc married the   girl   I  Salt  Rheum,  Tetter,   Eczema.-ThM8  din-  Dr. Abticw's Oint-  -\n old woman went to Mr. Murphy's  niornrng. ,     Good  Lord "Charles Bcresford, whose life  has been for the most part spent on  the water, is 59. He joined the na^y  as long ago as 1S59,  commander in 1S75.  and   became a  Minard's  Liniment   Cures   Dandruff.  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  When the nerves are weak  CYerythlag goes wrong, ipu  are tired all the time, easily  discouraged, nervous, and  irritable.   Your  cheeks arc  "You smoked  your wedding trip  ������No���ten ou the last day.  only    ten cigars on  that's one a day.  grocery early one  morning Mr. Murphy." she sard. Mur  S��y wtTs busy writing and made no  ���eplv "What are ye doin' ?" persisted  SS old woman in her .effort, to be  sociable. "I'm makin' out a list.  ''What kind of a list?" "A 1 st of men  in this block that   I   can   lick Is  Dinnis, my husband  on it He n  His is the first name."   With,that tne  old woman went to look for her, husband to tell him that Murphy was going  to  "lick" him. Dinnrs  heard  the.  news  and  then  hurried   to  Murphy s  store.    "Murphy," he said,    I understand that you're makin' out a list of  Sen you can lick."   "I am/' answered  Murnhv     "Is my name  on tho list.  "    7s     It's the first one."    "I'll have  you understand'there never yet lived  a Murphy that could lick an O Brio.  said Dinnis, taking off hrs coat.     And  vou, can't lick me." ' "In  that case  "said Murphy, "I'll scratch you off the  list."  HAS BEEN ALL  RIGHT EVER SINCE  Sudden transition from a hot to a  cold temperature, exposure to rain, sitting in a draught, unseasonable substitution of light for heavy clothing  are fruitful causes of colds and the  resultant cough so perilous to persons  of Weak lungs. Among the many medi-  of weak lungs. Among the many medicines for bronchial disorders so arising, there is none better than Brckle s  Anti-Consumptive Syrup.' Try it and  become convinced.   Price 25 cents.  '��� Jones (to Brown, who has been relating his wonderful adventures in  Russia)���And I suppose you visited  the groat steppes of Russia? Brown���  I should rather think so, and walked  up every blessed one of them on my  hands and knees.  Use Lever's Dry Soap (a pawder") to  wash woolens and flannels,���you'll like  it  , They were exceedingly smart young  men, and they proceeded, to have-fun  with the dignified waiter When he  approached their table to take-then order they stood up and yelled in- unison- "'Half dozen raw!" "I see you  are. young'gentlemen,'; replied^ the imperturbable functionary. W^hat will  you have?" ,     ' ,  'l was cured of Acute Bronchitis by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.       ,TT_OT,T T  'Bay of Islands.,   J. M.,CAMPBELD.  I was cured of'Facial Neuralgia by  MINARD'S LINIMENT.      .      ���      ���_  ���Sprlnghill, N. S.    'WM. DANIELS.  ���I was cured of Chronic'Rheumatism  by MINARD'S LINIMENT.'  '   Albert Co., N. B.    GEO. TINGLEY.  0    After Many Years  of experience, we have prepared a list ol' th��  hitrdfest known apple crab and" ptum tree.,  small fruits, ornamental trees aud shrubs,  perrmal flower plants, etc., sent free on appli  cation.   Address   ��� ,  BDCHANAN'S NURSERIES,  BU ST. CHARLES, MANITOBA.,  Minard's Liniment Relieves Neuralgia.,  A    NEW    ERA    IN    TRANS-PACIFIC  ��� &       TRANSPORTATION."  The Man���If you don't hurry, my  dear we'll be too late for the theatre.  The0 Woman���Oh, no! Don't1 you see  this now gown I have?, We cant be  too late!  -Modi-  Dr. Von Stan's Pineapple Tablets  piiienppio u-��� '��   1 "        , w,���_tlll) ��� pepsin contained In  cn-es of. <l>��iieiwi�� ��'��' "lipe-'tion  OMh men! "-ill d��� m03t ����r����10'  35 cents.���U  One  tulilot  cuius. , 60 la  a  bor.  Proud   Mother���You    will    be   five  The Great Northern Steamship Company in - placing  in   service ' between  Seattle,' Wash., and Yokohama, Nagasaki, Kobe,, Shanghai and Hong Kong,  the magnificent American built steam-,  ships the  "Minnesota"  and  the "Da-  ���  kota," marks a new, era in transport^,  tion   facilities    between    the   United  States and the Orient.    The magnificent steamships   with .their   superior  facilities in handling immense freight  cargoes and the ' luxurious    appoint-  ments for passenger travel has given  an impetus to our Oriental trade.   The  North Pacific route  to the Orient is  rapidly becoming the popular one and  now that the two palatial steamships,  tlio. "Minnesota"    and    the "Dakota,  have been put in commission there is  no question but that a further greater  increase in our trade with the Orient  as woll as increased ^passenger travel  to Asaiatic ports will'be inaugurated.  'The first sailingof the "Minnesota," in  addition to carrying "the largest cargo  to the Orient ever carried by any ship  the world, as well as an extensivt  32  Foods and Food Products^  PROF. GRAY'S .LECTURE   BEFORE  THE  NATIONAL .HISTORY SOCIETY   OF' MONTREAL.  Immense    Valu-T^oT" the    Electrical  Purification of Flour. ,  years old tomorrow, Willie, and I want 1"^ ��� ger lTst, augurs well for the Iu-  to give you a real birthday treat.   Tell  P*^    ��h(j ..MinaeSota" will sail on its  me what you would like bettor than  anvthing else. Willie (after thinking  earnestly for five minutes)���Bring me  a whole box .of chocolate creams,  mother, and ask Tommy Smrth to  come in and watch me eat them.  The superiority of Mother  Graves'  ,'orm Exterminator is  shown b>    ts  Worm  good effects  children.     Pur-  jroou   (.'u��t;t--    On    tilt- 4_i���i  chase a bottle and give it a trial.  He-No^fIonlyJ^thSchan^s  H   BELYEA.M. P., PROVES THAT  DODD'S  KIDNEY  PILLS CURE  PERMANENTLY. .  pale and your blood is thin.  Your doctor says you arc  threatened with a nervous  breakdown. He orders this  grand old family medicine.  " Cm ,nnr�� than 50 venn. I h*r�� nie'i ^J���]?.  8ars.17m.-ma iu my family.   H t�� a Brand tm'K:  ,.  M HI Mint*., ai.rt ��rwi.d��W m.-rltcinn r��r lm-  ,�� Vnre blood.-���u. O. H01.T. W��stU��vt". (roim.  ] 31.0 1 tx>m<i.  ttsslSi^. for  lterth^wS?ghHe^I��   was  Just  Snd^g if you wouldn't give, me one  of yours.      A ,' ������-     '-... -   y.--'  MediunT-Do you w^o~see _your  departed husband's.spirit?   Mrs. -jVhii  fletree���No; I want to see his ghost.  Josh never had no spirit!       '  Beware of  Ointments   for Catarrh that Coniain Mercury.  ���ii ���,���lv dontrov tho Rcmae of rnnoll find  u. mercury will "'?__�� ���hole W��tet" w,,on, 8nt��r,I!,5  completely 'Jorl,n^,!t��irfB.-er.. Sueh'nrtiolof, nhon .1  it throusli tho '���u_?ye0",,,r"^r ptionr. f row roputob <.  .nuvor.1.0 u��o.t ox.M.pt MPt-�� I wl��� do is tonfold to  iihysiciiinH, us tho ����Wf^ri;e from thorn, llftll ��  tho k-oo.l you cm ponfiibl)���   aer 1 u chonoy i On..  Cuturrh Ours.   '��" So mere io. nn'l l�� taken Inter-  nully, udinB <i,.r''ct.1-,,,nI'_', ,|n�� H��!l'��   Cntnrrh   O.irB  faces of tho HyMomrnbujiuy |Hki,     i.aornully  besuroyoiiaotUieKonuino.    >      F  j    ohouy   &   Co.  ���ind mu.li;   in   Toledo,   cinio.   ��j  ??��3ieMxsnBcywrppipi*'V!ie��iiMJi-^^ ,  ���i5��?P tho bowels regular with A"'*'.8  p��!s.   lust   one   pill    each    nlpTit-  and mui--..  TuKtlinon.nli. froe.^    p,,,.,,,^  ITako   i .���     i.r,,...   ifK1. per liottlo.  0,'nH','.r^iiuyVuis.���rc^tipUtion.,  "Are  you  sure  the  Russian  Count  i wis    intoxicated?"      "Positive.      He  couldn't pronounce his^wn name.  Minard's ^Zrt^^"���*< etc'   .  Some Years Since He Used Them Now  ,     and He Har, Had Good health Ev-  :     -���" S|nee  - Story  of  Well-known  Naw Brunswick  Man.   .    ��� . ���  Lower-Windsor; Carletpn Coi. N: B..  An -ii 10-(Special),-"Yes, I have good  Stir'ever since I used -D^J.^  nev Pills"     The speaker was -Mv-.T.  H   Belyca.  postmaster bore,  and one  of the most highly respected men   n  this  nartof  the  country. ,' Asked  to  o-ive his experience with the great Canadian Kidney Remedy Mr. Belyea con-  "���'T bad been  troubled  with my  neys-for a number..of years  sever1  Prof M. A. Gray, chemist, lectured  on 'Foods and Food Products,' in the  National. History    Society   rooms at  ^Thflccture   was   most   exhaustive  instructive,    dealing    with  and  tho  and  ��� In these days there seem to be as  many writers as there are readers.  The spread of authorship and its  egregious pride is hit off in this dialogue from the Flicgende Blaetter: A  guest'at' the^hotel table reading the bil  ot faro says: "Your bill of fare is  irreat'" "I am glad to hear it, replies the head waiter. "I am its author."  next voyage to the Orient on Saturday  April 29th. and it will not be amiss to  say here that the excellence   of   her  passenger    accommodations    will   bo  heralded to the travelling public of the  United States by all who enjoyed the  pleasant voyage across the Pacific on  her first trip, as furnishing the acme  .travel comfort.   The fact that the superior  accommodations  of the  Great  Northern Steamship Company in connection with the comfortable journey  afforded by the Great Northern Railway to Seattle, the   sailing   point of  the    "Minnnesota,"    will    make   thu>  ronte the popular one from Occident  to Orient.  al   kinds   of   piasters}., and   other  kinds of medicines  tn  "-ft anv  lasting  Docfd's Kidney Pills so highly reconv  mended I decided to try them and! they  made a complete cure of-me.  two years ago now and as I said before  I have had good health ever since I  used Dodd's Kidney Pills."  Dodd's Kidney Pills cure once and  for all There is no stage or form of  Kidney Disease that they do not cure  completely and  permanently.  growth of wheat, its constituents  the electrical treatment of flout. Mr.  Grav remarked that but little could bo  said* concerning the P^cent-ise of  nourishment contained in ^tho , diltei-  ent trades of Northwestern, haid  whc-aS as it varies from year to year.  Sneaking  of  chemical'experiment  done in this line in regardJp ^hea.t,  during .the last ten or twelve, >ears,  in the different experimental stations  ofthl United States. -It was but very  recently, howeve-r, that laboratories  had' been -esablished in connection  with flour mills, but they have already  demonstrated their utility. ,  As to the purification of flour by  electricity, the speaker remarked that  it is about two years since this ...method  was adoped, and the development has  been wonderful. A beautifuP silvery  whiteness  is produced   by subjecting  ���isio.*...��..    flour to air   which  has   been   passed  but d.'d not seem t*_rougiv.a flaming electrical discharge,  benefit. Hearing The llour *_as also, as a consequence,  better keeping qualities and commands a better .price. Ihe. Ogilyc  Flour Mills Company, he sard, was tlu.  onlv firm in Canada, and one of the  first in America, to make use of tins  piirifyino-  and  sterilizing process.  oap  1  kid-  tried  * u*�������   them  ��JI  in   cleSLnsin^   power,  yet  outshines   mem. ��-�� fbH jt con.  will not injure> the ^^f^ ^ discolor   your  Try Sunlight.  Your money refunded if you don't find it best,  Lever Brothors I-lmltod H��7  Toronto  That is  \Af    If^S  VJ     fSJo   528  < .   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PINKHAM, Wl.anager.  ���A*..-*? s*��jrft' stesAr ���  .*><  ���a  '^A.    rA,'    -.'I.'  ���\-  .-��r.r?I-  it, 111  wan i   ��*��'���  ���<p 1 K.,H.'SMAI.'T.:,'M'ana?:er,  ">'  1  iTbat wbon t'-''*-; in lh'  I is trouble  'iu   p.'l��>;,",>'  Good rooms, good   Ubk* and. bar,   y ^ ;U   ,ho    ri^ht   ;pot.  and Orel cUaa ��^'��Plf: "^s- '^'        " "''"   '"   ' " 4..-S .ifa'!"*A -'  #.,��'-��   -. ,ta.-.-r,-  J?  ra&a/tBsmx  f^jsssssssssnsis^f  -       -  . .- , _ !    n    rt    T <X\V-T ji��U��?��^��2��>wr��!?^<S5s5rfsSr *J��r.*vi..,**,*,-"i*.*'H  #  ^  ju^2j^fl__jyni_fc|J_B*SBnfi)WS9S'CT5-3K��r*^*^        -     -*  TAB Yoiffi LEADER. |What Ss Good for S  sua Hoarsene'  j tr* fi^A'  \i Ou!  L Q. O. F  Pablisbed in the interest of the people  pf Moyio and East IvooLenay.  $T. J.SVtYXII & CO.,    -    -    -     I'uljllBlierft.  ��� , O  ._-,--  -1   BA-rr.s or s-nnscRtr-Tio,:*.  'O 30 Year..  ,.f,2.00  .33    '  It  Jape,  ���liar'c  a car  or, I  army  not (  Lour  ���Fe  Sub,  and j  from ���  Ne  .  the p  Coa$'  .-   being  isb C  - 'can t  ��� -Thcrt  SATURDAY, APRIL 22,-10O5._  .The drand Dukes.  Russia's ^ratid dukes are the mosi  Vinted men in the world today. They  are also amazingly wealthy. The GO  oda grand dukea and grand duchies  annually share between them $10,000,-  000 the*profits realized on the enormous levenuoa from the national  trc-osiirv. and some   are   su.-pected   ol  ' *  We arcoften asked that question, and *e hive   several   preparations th..t are benHi-.ial.    One of tlie best we Ihmk i*  "     DR. SCOTT'S S 77. ,   '  ,       IlVnre,  n���ir,en.,sr-nio,.  S..���m��,���    .n;l   '-ok,   H,^ Cold.    _  t.o-jL. r>'J cents a buttle at.,lie ,  p O  Dru-R and Stationery Store,'  ���W..J, ATCH'ISOljI,   . .  , ���     ' PjtorjtrETon'  Prescription* erirPfully prepared.  CROWS'' NEST STEAM  Meets every Tuesday cvbiiidr in their  hall on Victoria ft reel.. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.   ,     ,  A.. G. Mojtkhoobe,      F. J. Pmyth,  Ncbic Gr.ind. i*er-r'y.  _������ ^-'r;^r''--"��',^f��'^S2���^s5  I��6yio   Miners*' Union  Wo. 71, W. F, of M.  Moots in McGregor hah ovory Saturday evening. Sojourning jocmbord  are cordially,invited to attend.  Cijas. IIastikgs,  '   Titos. E, Keixv.  ,Pru��idi'nt. '        ' Secretary  $- MOYIE.   ' ,3?  ^     -UNION MADE Clothing a Specialty.     <|  | Wotay 'UnshrinkaUfi Underwear ���'.;    ��� ''   ,|'  | \'    " ��� and W: L Douglass' Shoes. |���  KONE   BETTEIt OX THE ^to-TtKETl  , , �����* '  ,r,- siirv 'ind some   aro   sin-pccied   ol     Y~% f   ,,^  \   "-   ,,'","      -\i   ir"*-^-   'i       '   .'  ���S'mo.,e.v hj'H*bl�� .to ��o^t- <J I A.- ��� -;.'^; .',- ,W    'cK.VNr.ROOK,  ������e..l under .1.0 bj-rl.ro lh.t .s  t..��".J       ���  fA..-'-���������'���/' A\ 'V/    \     I    ' '        '  ;:^S"s:.t: i^ifj **��! class w9bk  MOYIE ABRTB_NO. -355  tbe grand dukes who have forced upon Russia tire disas.trou-j.war with Ja-  p.-ai, who Jiave sHrred tbe v,'b'ol�� country into a revolutionary ferment, lo  'li,e War '.bey have made thoy have uol  contnbuied'one rouble. Tbers is not a  s-indo grand duke fiphling bis , country's \3ittlfeBrtoday.    Not one has given  '��� a copeck' lonardo providing warm  Clothing ior tlio 'liriniblest soldier, or  ; for medicine   for    the 'wounded   and  . sick  ,����.. ' iiir-Tggg;  /tl,  ,',<!-  w��r,/i  marn  ��   Life .on "Tie Island."-- '  1 ' _>  K  ���   f , ��� ��� X    -  "iprinoo Edward Inland   residents are  urg/mg   the necessity of a tunnel being  ''built between tbe ixbtnd and the main-  ���Aand, and claim that nothing else  will  -satisfy* lliem.     An    csclmusse^ofQer.  tbe suggestion that instead of going to  �� tbe expense of building a tunnel that a  couple of tiigs be hired to pull tlio  wT  "land over to tho mainland. .'  ' Vhimbetlail^O^i 'ltei��io"ly   fti   Bert  < and  Moat l'oj��ular.  -"Mothc'rabny it for croupy children  'railroad men-buy it for   eevero, coughs  '  FOR THE tliSTGAtJEMENr      ,)v ,  ���Vv'g are showing  a   moat   charming  line of    . ' ���  ,"  DIA?.JONJ>   JtlSQS  tor engagements Or for,presentation on  birthday or auy other occassion,   They  will make a pleasing and very aocept-  .gif't at any time.  Graduate Optician;      OllA^^IiOOK.  '    ' We Neither  ' Patronize- or���    ' .  Employ. Ohinuso.     -. ,  Leave Work With   ���.  ' o '��� (.  i ' .  A.B. STEWART & CO.  MccIh   Evot-y   Wednesday at   S 1'- *���!  E.A.HILL,        , J.'il.HAWKE,'  WortJiy Pros. '        ' Worthy Sccr'y  f MOYIE--. HOTEL. -\  i P. F. J0HJVS10JV ( |  ^      '' '     , . ' "' j' '     l  (ti  (d  I Thia HotePis Ne^ and well Fu^sljed, The ���  Tables are Supplied with the; Best-the  &       MarKet affords The Ear is Pilled .with,  8       thbBest Brands of Liquors, and Cigars.  S' .HEADQUARTERS  FOR COMMERCIAL      , |  tarvey   ca , lauvw^., I ;;   '__    and^minino_mek       b,u^^  '      '       . , ��  MOYIE-   ' , ,     ^       ��iSa_��**eesetSS3��s56���-See*8*8��l *"**9��ii 'L  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, 'Etc.     -*-^^^^��-^^��g^**fefe*��*��*6���^co^-p��- - -  ,  Harvey   &(. 'McCarter,  _   ��� ' '    '   -j_       |-1 t25Eaiiiia!Jfiti22!S2SEI  Cranhrooli,,. -   - , r>. ^. ,-n  larri  'tabic  i:| ���  yoe'e  , --.isect  :ir,8\7(  ble:  'make  make  lion L'-  sion.-1  CUaiiii  "Ml  - "JIT    A ^r^dereir^people^ buy it   for   la  '���"ffoi  , Berne  seems  severs  'no qu  best f.  and 0',  ���nit? it  and   i  ���Vtchi  '������: tii  1 All!  .-.���nt, n  .Villi.  -J'U. i)  J.'ilm  ���,i fan  ��� ',Ki  '...iei :  m at hi  /. i tlio  ' io Itt-t  fl'-.lll-O  I.Ait'C,  U' ."lll'l  ���'We'sell more of Chamberlain's Cough  Remedy��� than * any   other, kind.* .It  seems id have   taken . the   lead,   over  /several othorfjocd branda."    There  u  ''nociiiotJtioabut   this  medicine  is the  .best thai car. tic. procured  for  coughs  . ���>,'��!"colds, v.-hether it he a child _ or. an  , adult that is alrtietcd.    It al-vaya cures  and   cures quickly.    Sold   by   W.  J.  A-tchison.  ,    mrtggjr��ae^T_a^^J_-- _ U____S  ^T^T^UKT-r COURT   OF ' KOOTENAY  IIOLDUN AT 1-0 UT ST'^1.1.  . ' . Bolwcon  .   P.BurM&Oo., noirtms. LiU  MLebr.cl Mi*  '   rSi^Zi*. miunun' ^.ii-n^ci ,u-  ^^t^SinttntiH'.uitlMl.h.tc^,^!;^  .-fvKF XOTIt:.: thai bv cn'.lor 0/ .In.l.'O r-'onn  dfttod March 3)th, 3SKC, tho nbo.'c plaint.Ils ��.  be at liberty to m^> fiunl ���'"''^r^/AAi'l'c v U ���  the Kc^tntr of tins'court at C.a.xbrooW, >ilJ1.  ronrlech clr.js fioin f-clast appearance 0 1 .  -.lOticc, a aisvuto riote -ettlnK forlU *U-u 1    t  w.' r" 'g-ued,      !  r f  SJ',1V.KTSTB��, SOMOTTOIt, ETC  ": Wholesale 'Wine   .  ��� and  Spirit-Mer-'  'chant.'/1,  Agent for Calgary Brewing Cc'-j  Beer, Ale aiid Porter.  T. Eabel ���& Co.'s--        f  ', ,    ,  '    ,,        <-* ,  c, " Hay- and drain  cranjbrooe:.  >.-c-  YOUR MAIt ORDERS  will have. prompt attention if you  send them to us, You take no chances in dealing with us as  we. giiafan-  DES. EII^G-  &..MILES,  "it ''        '  ,Will be,;n >roy'in 11th of each  irionth.  '' ' O i  Cranbrook,    f, ;  V?'"'^'  _ q.^,   George H. Thompson,  ���' BAttaisfBB, Solicitor, No-'  tary Public, &o.    '   ,  ": CEASBROOK,'      British Columbia.'  ' ' ....JU��i��..��."-" '.'ii'^SSSS  Foreign and  Domestic Wines,, Liquors j Jff9��riJS:��t ��&X$^  , and Cigars. j "*  Keg Beer, Bottled  Beer   and Porter  always on Hand.  CRANBROOK.'_  Cigarii;        Tobaccos,      Confectionery.  __ _a��� _ ! .Vmils, Etc.  'j FAltJlELL BLOCK, v_    _ Victoria.St.  JOSEPH NIEDEKSTADT,       Propr. j ���  ! -       FROM -     ���  ' A. B. Stewart & Co.  r  AGESTS  FOR  FOOTENAY   STEAM    1AUNDRY.  you     -.vi-.il-"-    J      *- a ,  cans, shirts, ties, collars, braces,  bos  "    eryr -'Underwear,     gloves,   fine    and  ���    heavy  shW,   pants;   vests,',blankets,  -    ', quilts^ pillow's, and small  wares  such  1 -as buttons]'etc;' ,   -  '      - Our-CROCKERY  DEPARTMENT ,  ������ is without 'doubtf the largest in Eastv  ��� Kootenay.    In  this department you  will sec all kinds of  staple' and Jancy  china and glassware, including dinner  '      sels/toilet .sets, table   glassware, bar  '  " giasswarb,, plain   white ��� and   printed   ���  '    ware, slbne.iartl and jugs; otc.,,   ,     '    ;  ^      aRolliY ���DEPA^TMENT/The.e ��� liquid ^ntion-  i'nff this, as everybody knows that ,we  have   e^er>thrn^ ^      .  sun sold in a fjrst-.class grocery 'store. '     (       >   a__'BiWys  , '    When in   Cranbrook   drop   in  -and   seo   us.  wrjicomii. ��� ��� '�� "'.'.,'  8   LlSUlj'1  mira-*! trr*-*--iiU^,--T"1�����*^  Bread, Pief, Caken, Etc.  5^ ^��v.    ^��i^ >c>. ,-sj .���*�����"-  ^o��e .������laic  '0  ImEW 'sttsiness  COMBINATION.  JOHl-T HUTCHISON,    I  "a, ^r: BLACK. 1  no nr- A  And 'Bath Roc ma.  In STONK Building.  Eirst Class Work.  ^ir^X?^-�� -I    'V'e bavc formed   a  p-r^blp   for | ^^^J^  ��, AprilMtb, MM) ,_ the purpoae of c.irryins on Im^e,.-* ui . xi, aj.  r. nums & Co. chu.A 1-o.Ou- j ^^   _^ _ ^id   Accideni  Insurance; |  ' Auctioneer& and Stuck  Brokers.  U.  T. HO'WAB'D,  .Prop., ��__  Tn tl-.?  T7V,  102 00.  "������ui   C"=i-.le, Claim,      $120.00  ,   C��3fat=,     _10.S-  iisos...  ' '. -.. ���  .. *'/���" T  *-luS CO.  .  . j. F, AIvM QTKOXC, i-:e^ii.tir.:.  Dated Ai.rll Mir, 1?0''.  To the Di'lendRnr.  ,     Any busince:.   intruGtod   to   us   v.-ill i  j receive rrr.rojn ana   ciuetul   attention-  ri   Hutchison & BIacl?r  LcMsklJWu. ' CBASBiOOKl  JoTpine tailoring go   TO  TSOJ3B.6HANT    TAlJUOS.  Fine.   Suitings, t Overcoating  Trouser?,   Imported    Goodt.  Eooten&y's Big,Mail Order, fittniie.  CR-VNJ3ROOK.  j, "j     ,-t  g       JS-iis-l-  A. GB.BNIER,  Awnings Made to Order,  cud TJpholplerinf: Done  in First Cla'ss Htylo.' -  ilw. B. BEATTY,  ��'  Embalmer and Undertaker.  Gran brooks  .|>.j|., ltt j.i-*i Ji -��cryT  !Phone S9'.  L-^m-m���������w  CllArTBROOK:  MOYIE,  ALL   THE   TIMS.'"!  ,    BY   USlXd  Excursion, rates.  On�� Fare and  '^nc Tiiirr1*  0HEIS. T7TELBEN,  a\i<>yie ;  '"c-reral .sge:-,l :n   *>rJt. ���.;  Columbia for:  LIQini    ELII0TR1CITV  .VAC.ri'A IC COMBrf.  /r-'I'^rU'Ori  LAAir ^V.'C'C  1     Fo.   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