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The Moyie Leader Apr 28, 1906

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 i - _-���  11  j���*  11-7. ?, ijCUSTm  rU<u^-i,  vol^Tno 3.�� * ���  ; MUYIE; B-'W. APRIL 28. 1906.  JU YEAR  ���^���vl  Tbe greatest stock o! Dry Go'oJ8,tliat hat* ever been,  Been in'Moyie has this week been opened up- by us.  An immense selection of'      ', '  I   IuLDIES' WAISTS  ^ In Lawn and Sjlk."* The "lateat and  newest sliapeo"  % i    (' fro'rn 75 cents to $5.75..- / . *    ,��� "    (j  to        *     '   '. j-n 'c'osLutne Goods wo  cannot  bo  beat.   Single  ^ 't^inm�� lengths j* no two alike. All shades, and  pat-  -  _,-'/'*   i        *-     "j *    ,n ���        --.."'        * w  .   ternB.'   ,���   ,/.���;-.,..    .,������*,'* *  . ...  '.dp.,WeBr/fihbwinKjnothingbiit; Crum's print!*,   nil {U  '' fast cb"tofB.7?ran!iao��--5 variety of patterns to choose        , , ,   'W  from..". Everything iii' Ladies'; white .wear,  heavily s, ��� ���    dj  .     triromed.or plain.   ;,. ,;y\       �����           ,      ���          ,       , "   fl��  �� ������; Tho latestdantPneweat goods in .Alceste and Bar     , fi '���?�����.  7     tiate forBummordrea8e8.'25o.to50cper1y��rdy ���  ���">    ���    '  ,,.!.'*-�� '"..*' "A..'     L." J��,.;u;i   .   -Alt 'fnmn     an.       f  1BU3.IW1   bum......  --.--r,^, ,'..   '. J      ,- -  ���     -   *- ���  -',Jtfore"tlian;ca'n bo" detailed.,- All como   and   see  ���"���*?*��    -J^��   "jt     'I *"-��<     ' J',.rt -f *��      ���    1-a-u,,       , J   (*?���>   ^ J    ��� ,      ^  i,/., ^'^y^g-g,-y-^(j��>g:>Sn^?LJ^r ^^^i  - ' ���'A,,>,.;AK^f^Vj^KL-pnp'*"dQr/\T-f7d., :,.'"    . '   '-    |.  * a **f. r-dj.^iu^v-^yvj-i-'^^^i'i '* -���    ^, , ;_..-, r   *.  i      .   t _,    I  ...-i,    U    n^   . "a.     r-t���'   .t~.~lj    -.. ���*_���- S 1 *��� al^.^       ^   4  BISCQ1Q  BER  Fifty  Thousand^ Men  Are Working.   \  ETERY BANK1 WILL * OPEN  Work Is confined, to Market  ���  street to - Open Wav to -  . * v . WaterfrontT  ,.-    -���    -.-,    -r.r... - r./.-f.r..,-v>.   1x. '.'���'frt   ' A-     ' -�� -i --��'oi:'.  ���* '   Al l   I  ;-n^;.W;r.v77sfi^yf7r?V��( -/'MOYIE. B,/C.  ��liANUi:oO!CS,.~yAJA-      '^A ���..      .^     ''V.A*-,*.-*.*rJ.--T'>.     .1  ���' '* "*l*^_irli^i-i��^��TO -' ^ii^^LTtniJjTnr-*"'^' "���' iiiiii"^^  11 'y*"::j;  W ^*^     % *" * o,    **  t ^ ' ' "-a l al*    I  Collections-  " "    7"    '~   " '    ^ ��� "    AGBSTS  .Farrell &ySmyth, Moyie."     .:  I Hotel Kootenay   [  The* best of accommodations      ��   |  for  the Traveling Public. |  ���|       Large and Commodious Sample Wms. Billi.ru Booms.   ,  j  | ���  "       McMAHON BROS. Proprietors.   " j  Perby Shoes for Men of Taste.  , ���   ,�� ,ln-i: the finest line of men'a Bboes over  We have juat pa8f��l into stock^ii beon   ttllgmcu_  Shown iu Mojio.    T*����-50^-;Tf?0,Y0a can't afford to   mi-a  aeo-  tod and some fine n*w lines aided.    ^ ou  lug tbemiMnwaut of shoos. -        and   8nmmor  Sinnfield's   Unshrinkable    Und-.wca  weightM, jiidt ^received.  t=H  E. A.  THE    LEADING    LADIES' AND  MEN'S    FUBNISIIEB.  .   i  i  -5  ���J  ���JL^- ^J-TJXTJir  ^- *.r- <��-- -V- *v"v*- V1 -V- -V- "*^ ^j  Imperial Bdnk of Canada. |  SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. |  Bank deposit. -S  Once opeue.1 it growa whether added to or   not ^  Interest   allowed at  current   rates   and   com ^  pouuded twice a year. ���$  ORANBEOOK BRANCH. J  ft p. W   PINKKAW, Manager  ,W*J ^.^^j-wj-S/  i^i*  , Arrangements,foro the re construction of the new and greater Sun Fran-  oiecb are rapidly crytitahzing.and ����oon  tiie aonu(l3 of building will bo heard in  every block of the devastated districts.  The blowing up of "ruins iiy the buai-  necB section ba'a already begun and ia  npw well'U'n'dtr,. wayr-The-* work has  BO.farlpeHn coufinedyto' Market 'street  iriorder to open a safe artery from' the  outlying district to the water   front.'  Fifty thousand, men ' are forking  ���like trojans in 'the' riling blazing the  way for tha builders.    _ ',  ,.*It" is "understood'that James D,  Phelan will be one of the first *to rebuild';' on , Market street. His'plana  are for a'fiae structure at Mnrket and^  O'Farr'ell streets.'"r-(,Practically every  bank'in San ^Francisco will bd| rebuilt.  All of these institutions 'have east..*rn  connections and mj.ny.,o,f them are,  afflicted with foreign banks." n���  f-'-y- ���    ,     x  *-B 0',."0rF- .'Xnniversarv.  i.  -     .    ,���".���   ��� '*  '" *   '  "' Tomorrow evening -'Wildey Lodge  No.A-l.l.O.O.F. wilJ tco.iebrate 'tne  S7tirauniver'siryv of the foutiding of  the'pfder by 'attending services at the  Presbyterian church in ai. -body".' Tlie  members will appear ln^regauaj and it  the weather ,is fair"- th'ey." will pinkie  ^,bv,,G H. Findlay will* preach an  appropriate'sermou/and there will ,be  special musicd Mr8.r Patrequiu ^will^  sing two BOlqac "JSTot Ashamed of  Christ" arid "Ihe Ninety and Nine,"  aud* Pro!.'Wilson has volun'lecred to  assist the. choir with his 'violin1. A  cordial invitation is extended to everyone to attend, and every Odd Fellow is  especially requested to be present 'at  7 o'clock sharp.   The  regular   service  will begin 7y30 o'clock.  _2 i  Out of Debt.  THE LlBOH MAYOR.  ,   '      *     i  ' ;* -1���;   Liboring men all over  the  country  may well feel proud of Mayor Sohmitz,  the labor mayor of San Francisco. He  has been equal to every emergency,  and is a greater man now than when  he took' his seat. Sehmitz is a' member of the musici'ans' 'uuion oi . tha^t  city. He is a violinis^ by, profession  and a very good, one, too. In 1898 he  played the violin in a music and  gambling' hall 'at Dawson, where he  wa-�� well thought of. Upon his return  to Frisco  he   was   made leader  of a  , "       r,  theater orchestea, and became a prominent* member of the* musicians'  union. He isnowl serving his second  term as mayor.'. It is in tlie face 'of a  great crisis that men prove the stuff  that ia in them. Mayor Sehmitz has  stood the tc-at." He'has made good.  Rev. J. P. West man, of Cranbrook  district superintendent of Methodi6t  missions, was'in Aloyie Tuesday attending tlie regular' meeting of the  year, Ho found'everything in a most  satisfactory condition., The church  property here is valued at $1,200 and  there is not a dollar of indebtedness.  'A resolution was passed complimenting Mr. Perley, the pastor, on his good  work. ~~   Hillier Goes East.  Cranbrook Herald: Geo. Hillier,  accompanied by Dr. Green, left Tuesday for Rochester, Minnesota, whore  hr will have his stomach operated on  by two specialists of th.it town. Dr.  Green will return as soon as the operation has been performed.  OUR SPRING. STOCK  of Jewelry is arriving  ���almost dt.ily and we  would be pleasec to  have you take a look  over our goods whioh  are always kept new  and up to date.  W.  H. WILSON,  Jeweler. CRANBROOK, B. C  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN IN   i  CRAff BE, OOK  R. K. SMALI., Manager.  Good rooms, good   tablos and  batf  aud first class sample room').  iZ-BB_a->J---     *    -*-  LOCAL** NEWS.  ,- M. A. Beale Was in town yesterday.  ,' C. B. C,*Corset^ "..Trufit3." at Hill's.  :' Andy* Johnsond was in  Oranbrook  Thursday..";,     ," ,     A\     "7.  -" "  -James Cronin left forRosaknd yes-  UARGlNO  MQREOOi  Addition 16x30  Being Erectad.  Feet  ANTEROOMS FOR HALL"  E. Ad Hill's'.store will Also  ' Be "Enlarged  to Make  .  '     Room for Stockv  ^!>KB!BSKmmSSIiS^^iK^S^g^!^^SilSSt!lSS  .ams  9  "J-ITC  u  (l  ll  ^l  (('  write   Beale   &,  terday morning.  '> For Rre insurance  Elwell. '   .   < '-7  , E/A^Hill has installed a cash register in his store.' r  House"iot"forf8ale; '$225.   Enquira  of Farrell  & ^myth.  . Trie wj.ter in   Moyie  lake is  rising  quite rapidly..    v *-d y    ' '     ��*  ^Mrs.A. Pi Ma.wi'oiialdyis expected  home from the'east next week.'  "r'   ' ���  Rev. D: M. Perley was in Cranbrook  ^during the week wriiing on his evaui-  ination. '" ''   "a* .    ,  A. B.'stewart has installed another  plate glass '"silent"salesman" .in his  store.       ^      **-..*���- -^      .�� ���    .��� ^   ,.  }Mrs. .(Dr) ,'Harvio returned 'home  Sunday, after*.'spending a .week in  CranhrOok'. * *' .-' **'*' '~  u ' Some.new things' in , ties -just received at Hill's. 1 ,.f ,.,, ,.'_  �� ��� Hugh Cameron is getting afgas6liue'  engine for his sailboat, the Kathtririe.  D. J. *Elmer after a trip , -toMarysr  ville ihis^we-jb'says the town is  Hour-  r i\ ���  ibhing, _ *   , ' . -  '   For, fine   tailored   ready   to   wear  clothing go to Hill, the only clothier.   -  <*,   .  W. B.  MoFarlane,  manager   of  tha  Co-operative Stores  in Cranbrook was  iu town for a few hours-.Wednesday.  ' Beale & Elwell are the mining  brokers of ,' E ist Kootenay. Write"  them for .closest quotations.  The Club will give a dance in tho  Eagle hall next ' Thuisday evening,  May 3rd. ��� t   '  Rev, Fortune/'of Cranbrook aud" his  nephew, Robert Fortune, of Winnipeg,  were angling for trout in Moyie lake  last Monday.  Jamee Grant, "master of transportation" at tho St.-Eugene, was in Cranbrook ' this week ( purchasing some  horses.  J.* A. Dewar, general manager of the  Porto Rico Lumber Co., came over  from Nelson yesterday.  Joe McClarcn had 'his wrist cut  quite badly by f.illing on some glass  and is now iu the Cranbrook hospital.  ' D. A, Ayics and Goldie Stewart weFe  down to Creston Sunday aud were  visitors at the Attwood   farm.  Chas. Liyealy has gone lo Perr y  Harbor, Out., where his pareuU rc-  sid-.    Ho   will   make his home there.  The r.itll-3 for tho Topo house ' is  announced to take place on Friday  evening, May lltu, at the International hotel  The ladies of the Presbyterian  church have deliuiiely decided ou Friday, May 11th, as tho date for holding.their social and bazaar.  Miss Attwood and Miss Annie Attwood wciedown to C res ton this week  spending their time on the faun with  their  brolhe, Bruce Attwood.  Work was suspended on the Aurora  property on. the west side of the lake  this we��k, and M.hael Sullivan, the  m.*.n.'Ai..i, has returied to his homo in  Oregon.  Mr. ar.d Mis. J B. Ru.ld a-id family  left ihis wuek for Bcllvu--, Alberta,  where they at�� having a hotel erected  Mr. and Mrs, Kitdd are hmtlers and it  goes with *ut Baj in;-, that they will be  successful.  For real optPta, Be.ile & Elwell aro  the best poople lo correspond with as  thoy have the biggest lwt cf p-openy,  An addition of 10x30   feet and  two  stories in height is being built  to' the  rear    of   the  McGregor  building   on  Victoria street'.  The lower r>ortion w.ill  be occupied by*E, A. IIill,*"the clothier,  and'will give him an. opportunity'to  enlarge his store aiid to make room for  his'ever increasing  slock. The   upprr  part will be fitted for an 'anteroom, in'  connection wtih McGregor hall.    The  hall is now  occupied  by*,-the' Miners'  Union, the Odd  Fellows,,, the Knights  of Pythias'and the Presbyterians.   The  anteroom will be ..fitted  'with  lockers  for the'lodge regalia aud   a 'linoleum  carpet is to be puVon ,the" floor. ,r��This  will give Moyie a lodze room in-keeping with the town.  'The work   will,ber  cornpleted.in a wetk or ten days' limei  il.'G. Strange, a,contractor  and   builder of. Cranbrook, has charge of it.  ''DiamondDrilling Pays.'  '       ���                        >                                                     I    , ' I-         -/    .'  'Rossland Miner: The. Centre S'ar,.  War Eagle, Le Roi aiid Le , *Roi, Two  have" been verv successful in locating  ore boilias by means, of \.the, diamond  drill, 'it is a much cheaper way' of  'finding pay ore.atioot's than by* cruss-  cutling "ttirough ? the country rock.  EactTof the*",mines', kjeps 'diamond  drills.steadily Jn operation exploiing  new' territory,, and, the cost of,, this  class is^quite, an item in * the monthly  accounts.- -The management >oi the  White Bear and, Jurabq intend within  a short time to use diamond drills tor  the porpose of locating their pay ore  shoots, and feel satisfied that the effort  will be successful.  We are   ,-aw offering the followiugS-ariely  ,   : '    of'Cuilahy'u 'Meats:  Rax Brand Hams,  ���  Bi^eakfast Bacon,    ,   s1  Family' Boiling, Pork,  Dried Smoked Beef,  .   "      ( "      Bologna,  '"    ; "      Salt Pork. .,���'     ���   '"'  For those who prefer C.mndiaiiine.its we have uloo ju.--t received some of Fearniati's hams and bacon. ,   .        '���*  We.havp both R-->x br.uid an Fcarman's lard in 3!b,, 5lb���  lO.b.,1 and 201b   pa*.ls. '  i  jaasiigiaaa^s&s^^^  ,<&  ���i��  At A  ,  '-,i.~  GENEPaAL  NEWS   NOTES.  Plan Big Meeting, :  "The initiatory degree will bekcon-  ferred upon a caudidate at the meeting of tb.9 I. O. O. F. next Tuesday  evening, ' There will also be'a social  session and coffee and sandwiches,  will be served. A full attendance is  desired. A representative to the  grand lodge, which meets in Victoria  on June 13th, will also be elected.  Shira to Wasa-  \Yl H. Shira left Thursday for Wasa,  where be will-do assessment work on  some claims ol his near there. Mr,  Shira has been working at the St.  Eugene as timberman for several  months past.  0,'P, E. Improvements.  Some improvements are being made'  by the C P. R. in town. Tney have  fenced a plot of ground uear the station, and will plaut some trees aud  shrubbery.  Take your cleaning -and repairing  to C, A. Foole, tho tailor.  For Sale���Twenty-five joung pigs.  Address W. G. Batoman.  BARGAIN���Piano, good as new,  $175.   Apply to D. J. Elmer.  FOR SALE���Peterborough canoo  with center bourd, sails and outfit  complete.    D. J. Elmer.  .Rossland has seyefal cases of ^diph-  tbeiria. ''   *   ���  " The Winnipeg fair Uu3  year  opens  on July 23rd ancl closes on the 2Sth.  There are now 303 schools iin   Canada for Indians who  number 107,637.  *.Pat Burns, tha 'Alberta cattle  king  ha's given'^o.OOO to the.Sau 'Francisco  relief-fund.'   '_'>   ���  ^ -   ���  *    '"  i -   . ,    , : >  The U. S. mini's thirty-ninemilhon  ^dolIar"supply of'bullion ,aud  cuirency  at San Francisco is'safe.    .* ..  METAL   MARKET.   '     -  ^fnw   YoitK���Bar s'ilver, ,604  cenla.  Lead, $3.15. ' Zi.-.z (sijelter") .1)0.90.  'Lonuon*���Lead: ��,{% 2**.' 6d, /  Hr  , ' The Lake of the Woods"Milliug  Company,will build thirty new * elevur  tprs in the west.''      , -.* ���   ,        >  ���*      L \       J.  - After March Bih1" there ' will  daily train service on "-the North  branch'from Cranbrook.  be a  Star  * Insurance Go's 'Hard. Hit v  , . .r ' , .  ^ r-         . ' ,       ������  '" ,  f *    * /  <i Fire ''.inshr.iiYbe     companies 'have'   -  about *?-256,OOOjO,00 at stake in tlie city *  of San Francisco,-the'estimate   being ������.  .based on   the   premiums    received  in -  1905. sTwo"Ojnadian   companies   ara r   ,  heavily involved; tiiey are ihe   Britisn.  AninritMU   and    We'stpru    A-.suiano��.c    .  Several foreign- conpauies   tint   aro,   '*"  never,heard.of in,.trie  east, are large  writers   on '.the,   Pacific; it-oast.    Tno  Rhine and Moselle, for instancy whicli'.v.  operat.-s   'no   where   in  the,- United .--  Stale-, except on>the P,u:,tij coast, hail.,  -nearly Sji5,000>000--).tr,.'sk in San   Fran-  ciioc, staudi^ug   eight   in   the.-list* in :"  *, Briti*-h Columbia timbarj-i** attracting many Americans, and a large amount of capital is being invested,  The report that_ Mrs. H.M. Fuller-  ton aud son were lost in the San Francisco iisaster was without foundation.  ' The ��� Odd Fellows, Knights, of  Pythias and Eagle lodges of Cranbrook  contributed to the San Francisco relief  fund. - ,  The women of Walla Walla baked,  10,000 loaves of bread and shipped  them by'fast Jreight to the San Francisco suffe. ers. - o  It is thought by m my in position to  know that nearly 5,0J0 purished in  San FraDci<*co, ,It is their opinion the  fac.tB are being suppressed.  <* A",t.:  ^  fr  1    iT* ' **-,  panics  are also hard hit. It is Understood th.-.  proofs of deatli will be simplified as  much as possible.'so that the benefi-  ciai-ies who need the money may get  it with the least passible clelay.  Coleman-is leading all tho other  towns of this dislnot' iu the m itter .of  up-to-date civic improvements. The  'atest is a system of street lights.  .* Spokane does uot intend to" be  caught napping by any big fire. Precautious are uow being taken to mike  the city secure against any such dia���  asttr. 1   Montreal labor men have organized  a new labor party among whose planks  are government and municipal ownership of utilities and an eight-hour  day.  A carload of thoroughbred stallions  arrived in Fernie Monday and wen'  through to Calory to be distributed  among Alberta ranchers. Thoy  came from the State of Washington.  Porto RicD Lum133r Co.  Lr)gdriving wiil be com-n3nccd'by  the Porto Rico L-i.nber Co. on, LiniS  creek as sooa ,13 Ilia w iter permit *  Limb creek h,ishbt*en cleared) and tha ,  work has not boon njirly a3_exp >naivi  as was anticipited. > Lig^i'ng on the  creek is proj-re-nin.; satisfactorily..  The camps will soon be cOnuBCte.1  with the main office -by telephone.  In all probability tho ** iwmill will b *  started aboat June lit.  , 'M  ail  P. 0 Open SuDdav,  The Moyie drug store was open for  an hour last Sun'liy and tho-e wh >  had postOiiico boxes were enabled to  to get their mail. H.-.-eafter Postmaster Smith will distribute the nui'l  on Sundays an 1 the office will be ope 1  between the hours of 3 aud 4 p, 111.  The wick t will not be open,  however.  Atchison Is Safe,  f-ranbro-ik II->rild : W >rd h 13 b-f-n  r.'(*eiv-r>d from W J A'<"hi��r>n. Hq  was not iu Frisco at Uie tune of the  d'Mislor, hiving remain...! in Los Angeles, where thtrc w.'s n'N trouble.  Is Your Watcli  Going Satisfactory?    '  Many watches do not because  they are allowed to run TOO LOJSG  without cleaning.  Savc Your Watch and money  by sending it to us, where it wit receive proper treatment.  Mr. E. jV. Hill of Moyie is our  agent.  Eleven postal clerks, all alive, wore  takfii from tin* debris of the San Francisco postoflico. All at. lir.-;t were  though* to be dt-ad, but ii was found  that although the\ were boried *mo'i.'  the. stones every one was alive, rho.v  had bien fur tliue days'without loud  or water.    All tht mail was sa\ed.  Fi% Yssrs Iks S^-idari  ��sc^. *%& ��&>  . W. F. TATE & SON.  Jewolers and   Graduate Opticians.  CRjiNBROOIC, B. C.  Official Watch Inspector for C.   P.   R  Crow's Nest Puds Division.  K1h.uiimH.ui HiiUos Lift' "ill->t.��1>1o  A lTapp-.  liomi' is tli" mod    vain i!.1    '  po^bt'Ssion tha*- is nit'iin tliu   rt-nc h   . ' ,  mat kind,   but   vm   cnun'-t   i-n;n.    *s    I  coiiifui ts   if   y.ui    i>rn    -.nil".: lug    li.nn j  ih- umatism.    You throw   aM.'e   biij -  ut-ts c-tn,J-- when }.iu enter ���> ..ir   I... 11 .  I  Hiidjou   can   hi-   icliPNcd   fn.ui   I'ihi-.*  pain-i hi-ii by  .i|>phli.g   Chamherltiiii'- |  l'.iiu Btlm.    One .ipiihc.ilion will ui". <��� |  you n'litjf and its i-iuiiiiiiie I   ui-e fo-   t  sliort turn- >vil! btins; about a  \ ��� rn. m  ent otne.   Foi sale In tlie Mo>k- V ,1  ' ifc StatiouLry vflorv.  h Sreans GHartar Powder THE LEADER. MOYTE,* BRITISH COLUMBIA'.  ��� ."��� *  1'   111  -,*���.!*$  -���aw.  .*��� i?   ^J  >.'  'f   ft.  VS8IS-.7', ���  ''��$$$<������  *^8*-S  i^r-  hw,V, r  ' J, ���Ji^Wyrii  A A  wLk  ��� 'PS"  j'-a-yjl-if .  .lM*9Mfe*ffl -  ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL  WINNIPEG SUBURB  District     Around ', New     Agricultural  College to be Called Tuxedo Park.   '  -Many facts are daily bringing to our  notice  tho  advancement   of Canada's  .   Western   metropolis- the   City   ol'  Winnipeg���and not least among these  Indications of advancement is thc establishment* by tho Government oi  Manitoba of an agricultural col logo,  an institution that lias long bee-n de-,  ' sired aud anxiously awaited by a huge  number ol progressive Western laini-  ei-s      '  _In the year 1900 tho .necessity for iin  institution to, be devoted to the practical  teaching ot agricultural'boiemco  'bad become so evident that the  Legislature of Manitoba appointed ��i commission. Lo iinostigale and  report up  on the wisdom,and :ulvi.sahiltlv ol' pM-  , .iM..Mnng and maintaining sm-li ;ui m-  KlUution and also upon the most  nn  proved nnd modern, method of eondue  tm-,' it, as well as tho probable cost.'  Alter   eaieiul,  eonijideialion   of'tin  ,   rosiilts of (ho invest Italian,  the coni-  nush.on rciioitod'unniilnumalj in. fnv-  / or of such   au    agricultural   colic*,!  liinpliusiising the    advnnUnre ' of    Hit!  Knowledge  to bo derived from selenitic, thcorolicnl and* practical iiibtmc-  iion .ftid Jts power to make   fanning  more'successful.     . " ,  ^     <  The ultimate outcome or this rci.'oit*  was tho passing of* a hill in the s6sr  xiou which followed its*- reception the  Hi fit parrot which reads as follows:  There shall bo established!^ tlio  province of Manitoba, at such plnco  as. the-Lieulenanl-Govoinor-in-Council  may decide, a, school to ho called  1'lie Agricultural College of JUani-  ���toba,' for instruction in the theoiv  aiid practice ,of agriculture, horti-  cultnre,*,lorostry, etc."  Buildings,   i uxedo  Park,   V/innipeg,   (Looking South)  shade    noes,    athletic; grounds,   golf]    11(k applied ror ana ouiuineci n patent  links,  wi J,* diagonal streets and river   ���� bis invention  .so that no one else  trout age wili'iomind one of Washington, DC CS, \ . a "c'tj far famed foi  its \OKl.uit" be.'iity. An ontiieh ,new  dci'in-tuio will ho,the speedway, which  will pi<..-',ido (i) legiihn loadwav, (2)  liiiJlc path, (8) hois,o'speedway; (4)  <n:lomoliilo speedway, as well as'walKs  and boulevards  v\\bilp on the western boundary is  situated the Citv Park, the eastern  s-dc ot Tuxedo Park has tor its bound-  n.-> tlio ^ow Hudson's Bay line of the  Canadian Xorthprn Railway rmd also  tlie   Canadian   Paci.'.c   Railwiij,   and  could deprive him of the piofit it gave  linn. It was just jitter ihe war of ISJ^,  and money was scarce mid difficult to  trcr,' but he worked c.u ly and late, and  as he earned money he bought iron and  hired mon to help him. j�� n tew je-ais  he was able to erect a large factor/and  put in machinery for the making' of  sejuares, which by tlu,s time had found  their Way all over Uie country aud had '  ���made their Inventor famous.     '  Such'-was'^tho .small beginning of a  liircro and lujDorUmt indusfrv     Poonl*.  "RICH ARE DEVILS.'  *��� ^*j 'i tww*r,vrg"ji*,'T,*r^<*1*1  .AT> -v ' * {��*"    ^ i* y& ^ "^ *.   i\        ^v �����&Aa  Former Canadian Banker Arralg.ni  Millionaire Money Grabbers.  "Perhaps you think it impossible thai  a man's soul should entirely shrivel up  in the pursuit of wealth., If you knew  some millionaire"* as woll as I "knon  thorn you -would agrpe with me that  they had,' lost the last vestig-e of the  souls thoy may be presuinPtl to have  possessed before the mania for money-  getrins possessed  them     I would  like  'Old Time Subjects' ,  llun-ilo ;u  Winnipeg's 'new City Parle.  J  ho.li  Hi.-so companies vill   build  f.ta-  lions nnd   OKi.ibhsli   a   suhuiban   service Jminodi-ilclv tin*  ivnfljc wairants  It.    'Phis,   with  the  adwinUije  of tho  tinllejr* lines.  imicticAlly blinking (ho  city l-ighi. to'its door; lis iivcf lront,-  ;ige and tbe ptoxmnty of the nqw Cit.  Paik,' promise  k, make Tuxedo Pari,  one  ol  the  most'popular  submbs  on  \Vmni])eg.      With   thecal of ui   fulfill  ment ot the plans of the-company i(  will truly become "The Suburb Beautiful," and will be .111 adilnuiblo addition-to what'the city and provincial  autlioiluos aro doing in this, district  111 their new city pailc and agricultural  college *  ,.,-  ...  ��� V  1-  1   il  0 -.  >-��; <  ,'  &-"������>"-.'-'���'!���'������;���; ,  came nViJcs lo see me woiiiTertnl rorges,  the showers of sparks flying from beneath the heavy, hammers, and listen  to the dirfof thc thousand workmen.  , Silas liowes lived to 60 a millionaire,  find he did a great ileal of good with  ���his money.���Coiigregalionalist. 1  ~     P9��NTEDt PARAGRAPHS.-".  v       1 -��,,-- 1  When^ good nature^ is" noisy it is almost as" disagreeable" ns ill nature.    ^  .You are interesting. ���to your "friends  as Ioust.as vou are keeping sbmethintr  is going to make me Hko soma of the  old devils 1 know who are, millionaires  I don't want  the money."  1 Representatives of seventy-three  Presbyterian Churches in Chicago listened to these words on tho nlght^of  Jan. 31, 190G, not from one who never  knew prosperity, but from Mr. David  R. Forgan, vice-president of the First  National Bank, -wtioso business associations 'with many leading capitalists  Jn Chicago and elsewhere have given  him ample opportunity for judging the  claas of men and women of whom he  spoke. ��� �� ��� ,  Mr.  Forgan  Is  ���.  Canadian,   'having'  been boin in  tlio Maritime Provinces,  but for tho past twenty-five years he  has been a'power in financial circles in  Chicago and in Minneapolis.  He was formeih: with tho Bank of  Nova Scotia.  ."To    mcr-there ,cni*.   be   no   sadder  sight,1;  said Mr, Forgan, "than an "old  man,,   already    Incumbered'  by  r this  world's,wealth, but  eager only .to ind  crease   it  bofore�� he   topples  from .the  ''earth'..   You yoursolves have seen ".such  men.    They .- are   more    numerous   in  smaller, towns than In large cities. .Al  most every small town has Its, wealthy  men  Who never part   with 'a /dollar  If  chey can help. it. ,. '*     ,  "Recently 1 saw <i tetter from a mil-*  llonalre "referring   to-the  death   of*a"['  clerk who faithfully had    seryed,   him j*  thirty .years    The .man who wrote this'  .letter it.rated;at $20,000,000.   He Is an  Easterner.*        '       "   . ' ����� E  "In thi<�� letter afti>r (llsijosintT of sev-  Domestic Science   Department���Manitoba  Agricultural  College  Tlie   Vovt   IloKt'm.  The poet lingers had a voice so small  to'acquiia millions, but if the process t nnd weak, thqt, as  he had said him  self, ho was forced to say caustic and  111 natured things lu, 01-ier to make  'people ;hear 'him.. r c'  The I'liurnoll of (lie- I-*to.1ui��.  The body of the pharnoh of the *nxc-  (lus recovered from his tomb shows  Unit he must have been Killed in battle  or nt least that he died by violence,  for his skull is cleft aa though ,by a  blow from a biittlenr.  For Jap Famine Sufferers.  1'olcio.���The Empress Dowager of  China has sent 150.000 yon ($75,000)  for the_. famine ^sufferers of JnpanV  Tho best Informed persons .consider  further 'contributions unnecessary.  The total of foieign contributions re  ceived is more than $250,000, '      '  fi ���  ���-���"���-���       '    ���-* ���- -|  Uermahy is rushing tho double  tracking of tjor stialogie" railway (lines.  Sonic of them"in AIspc* and' some  ���leading lo North Sen ports. ' -  K tJlilcago coal dealers say Ujoy Iiavo  enough coal on ham! to lust ��ixly,days.  fe-iftk-iitH**  V  i��j��* wL"Xu?."w  torm of uJuiirrjiu,,  ">  rMaln, Building'���Manitoba  Agricultural College", ""^ H'  ��   . 'jffivwf''  m.-  <*, tewt  ���kiss-.  1   ,* ��->  dK  -  ^t  i* -1  -  *��� rt*a  ^  v  ?*,  u  >'  *,  * r<?  tlkJ  ^ r.  <iV  The hill also called for the'expenditure of.upwaids of .two, bundled and  .litty    thousand    dollars   on buildings  alone.   Thc site that has been $>el'ec-  ,   ted compnscs approximately ono lmu-  ^dred and tl.nty acres ot high and dry  property in tlfe centre oC Winnipeg's  ' newest suburb���"Tuxedo Park"���lying  '>   eastward irom the   new.   City  <Park,  ,   which is of some thiee lumdied acres  ,111 extent and situated on the,western  ��    boundary of Uie new   submb .,  Tlie bmldiiigs now iii couise of erection arc. Mam building, principal's  residence, science, daily and live  . .stock auditoriums, hoise and cattle  ' barns anil power house; these, including campus and albums, will cm01  an aiea of twenty acios, *.\hile thc  ' balance���one hundied and &e\enteen  acres���will be devoted to experimental woik in detei mining the ^alue ol  all new varieties of giaius, giassqs,  roots, etc., also to a demonstration of  the possibilities and to the testing ol  large and small fuuts, as well .tfc.  shrubs, ornamental plants and forest  tioes peculiar to the climate  The comses that will be taught in  the  ditleient departments are as fol-  lovs:    Tlieoiy   and   practice   of agn  cultmc,    hoiticulUiic    and    foiestry.  the characteristics  rare, bleeding and  n anagement of farm animals;  butL.-i  and cheese making; domestic science  construction and    use    oi    buildings  lences,  drainage  system's, ni.ichiiiei \.  tools,  etc., requisite  ou  a  f.um, alsu  '     as much    English   and    mathematics  as  are necessary to successful  1,11 ruing.    The    department    of    domestic  science is entucly a new idea 111 connection with  an   .lgncultuiai  college  There   will  be a building wholly  de-  ifto.i   to  this  work,  where   f.u inuii."  danglitPiq and otlieis will he Ihoiongh-  ly  nirtriictcd   in   tins  science,   undoi  the    able  direction   ot   e.xpeits   f 10111  Hie  Maedonald institute    oL   Guolph,  Ontano.  ' 'Ihe location oL the college will bo  aelmirablo,  direct   coinmunic.ition* ho  ing made with the ciiy -via the Ruui  avo  and Poitage ave     linos   of    tlio  \\ j inn peg  Elecuic.    Stieet    Haih\a\  piai.s foi the extonsion of which, I10111  tlioir    present    tei 111111aIs    to tho new  City Park    h.uo  boon  sppiowd    Tlu  torhier   will   continiio   wost    on    tin ]  houtli   bank   of   tho   Assiirbomo    dp  latter  ciossing    tho     n\ lt    m.i     tbe j  bneige to  ho constmcU'd   for lailv.nj  nil   gonoial   traliic,  foi    the  buildup,  (it  vl.uh  tho    JIaintoba    gen 01 iipk ni I  I.as made a   giant   of iorty  tlious.iii'*  doll,ns       Tli.'so    <'\ie.nsiciiis    ,110    m  ere'-s   Tu\( Io   J'.u k  outlanec,  ai"l  in  so dmn-r  will  pass    ihe    Agiiealiina  t'e-liogc-  ol  Manitoba  Tins now cm p.tik is vo< mothoi  OMdonco oi Wcslyn j.io^ions and ..  I'finsion. Tho ui., lap.ct ^,iovtii ol  Wi-uiipog .luting icooiit >ous li is  Pi.iot tlio inhalni.inis luali/o that in  Uiii near lu'iuo tho epilation nf seem  iris; jmblic loci cation moundb will, o\v-  in^ tr*. The coiifiiniall.*. innwsin,' o\-  p-iisnm of ihe citj, b<; ncitlui an  "asy r.o,- an ine\ponsi\i* ni.iiui, so  tlici council has U.Won tunc bv (ho  loiclock and puichascd thn^'lnm1  died aeies in this pa.it ol the .citj.  which the parks.hoard is laying out in  botanical and zoological gardens, 'having already transferred'������.-the buffalo,  mcose  and deer there.  The growth of the new suburbs around the Western metropolis is verv  rapid, 'tod amongst tne most attractive of ithese will be, Tuxedo Park,  which is situated on the. south bank  of the Assiniboine River, on', property-  considered by both the city and provincial authorities, in making their1  selections, as'.'most'suitable for park'  site and college grounds. When com-j  plgted this suburb will be to AYinni-!  peg what Parkdale is to Toronto aiid  Westmount is to Montreal,'and' the;  broad boulevards, extensive lawn and'  THE STEEL SQUARE.'  Story  of   ��ie  la-renlioii  of   tUe   Tool  * Used by  Cjirpcnters. ,  The large, steel squares used liy carpenters .are such common tools that  perhaps few know''when and .where,  they were first ma'do and how they  came to be used or even give the mutter a thought. Tlie making ot them is a  great industry now, but when the last,  century came in there was not one in  use . 1  The Inventor was a poor Vermont  blacksmith, Silas Howes, who lived in  South Shaftsbury. ��  One dull, rainy day a peddler of tinware called at Ins shop, to have the  blacksmith fasten a shoe on his horse  Such peddlers tiavelOd up aud down  Ihe country, calling at ei eiy farmhouse,  buvi*g pvcrvthujir m Uie way of bar-  Never watch * others -unless you' arc  prompted^ by the, de-sire to find j*chrie-  thing'to applaud.   ,'      -   ,  j  Somehow- your right always seems  full grown and the other mans right'is  a dwarf in'comparison.\w \ A  r,Li you know- of diiiy patience that is  -nofthe patience*of*a mother,' compared'  witJi that v kind it is an adulterated  brand. . ,  A good many times when you think  you are accepting a ( complimentarv  fi'ota a friend you are getting a seal  in the gallery at box prices.  If we could sec our backs, wo would  probably find them blushing at things  said behind them to spare the feelings  of our faces  'eral matters, ��he referred to tha death  of his old employe Incidentally, and directed that'the^exact*date of the.sever-  Eince or bis connection, with the*6flice  because of his,last illness,'1 tie^ascer.  taincd, the, exact amSunt due'him foi  the fi action of the month he had work '  ed be figured out, anu**a"cheque for{thf  amount be' mailed1 to his widow. * Dc"  >ou imagine that old curmudgeion.has a  soul?" *     .      1  ~f Our l'-xr'.l   urtinimi��-��..s        -.-  ' EH Terry." the wooden clock- genius,  was tht" first American di-iilumer' or  conunorc-ial ti a veler.' being, obliged to'  make regular" trips,, from bis-home In  Co��iinee*tlc-ut' over into New; York to'dispose of his wares./,This was in '170G."  Clpcro.   .      l,J  Cicero was a[ notable punster. A collection not'", now, extant,of ,hlst jiuug  'was made by .Tuliu�� Caesar. . ��. y   '   , *  .   . Eleveri  Toronto  'A New yotk lumuicfjurnped-ofC the  e'ovdtod raflroad'in thq belief that'ho  v,"is an airsmp,  .      'A -i , , tJ  , "        u-  1  Hundred'Coming. .r'H  ���Three Griritl Truhk;train's  left lhe. Union,Station thiskfternbo'n  ror North llay witli^'ioojiaais-enj^ra.  wno will settle in the northwost/Thls  'ia U10 iifth* exfeurslon'-so far tJuVseas*.  QU'-ot about 5,000-* people, who-have  leu���Ontario tor the westefh Country,  Among, those .'who .loft''" to-rleiv were  tawny, womeri-and childrv-nf and solhp'  oi  the  leceut ^visitors from .ISuglanii.  , v. v-.,-^���.'../.: ^ i i: f/f^v  Twoiit'y-rive lioiisanii "men:' ^ra'Vo-'he  put, out.of work" at--Dre^tfeQ.owing"'to'  toe decision of mouil-working* factories" to, taboo Union "mSii.-'A,;-,>* ��'4'"id  4    -L-i_tl������ -   '    ^'i'M'^H^,!  t as'a perfect cleaner and will \4  ' ^notj'njgre anything.    .  ^.  $ Best for all household pur> $  7 poses, Sunlight Soap's sopa-  y'iority is ,rriost;c:onspicuou$jn  V the washing of clothes. -'  ��J;'C Qo^prnon fsoaps 'destroy  * 'the ^paintecl (*,or varnished  -ssurKces of woodwork arici  ^take,the*color out of clothes.1  iA y- Even the daintiest linen  ySr lace, pr the most delicate  I- '^PJor? m^y ^e safely washed  " yvith i Sunlight Soap in ,the  .-Sunlightiway (follow directions}/*- '    "    ,7,  ''/"^Equally good ���.with hard  '".or soft water. *-..  /*��� ��,.   * 1  -   Your money refunded by the duW  ^from whom you buy Sunlight Soap if yw  find any cause for complaint     '  Vy.\ '      ���".'..  jiL 7. Lever Brother). Limited, roronlo  "    TliCjMenn arnn!  Thq late-Max 0'Ke��ll gave this advice  ^to bachelors: "Marry .Auoman smaller  than yourself."    Man;-  a man couldn't  find one.  Arc 1>f'Some *Votc*.l   l-'nivcthKIcs.  lt is, said the  LmveiMly of Oxford  Feminine Eklcem.  When women like each other, they  kiss; when they love, thev do one" another's bair.'-Lady Erans in London  MalL " .  Russia Wants $200,000,000,  St, Petersburg���Russia has opened  ptelirhinai'y negotiations in'Paris for  a large foreign loan of, at least $200,-  000,000, and elesues moie if "possible.  The syndicate with 'which she is negotiating is composed of German,  Dutcli. and British capitalists,-but so  tin as is known no Americans are  connected with it.  iL-r. xnis one naa .-, r.,imt)c:* or v.oin-  out steel saws that ho had picked up 111  various places. Ho\,cs .bargained for  Uiem, shoeing the peddler's borse and  receiving the sans in jujinent, aud  each thought he bad an excellent frailo  His idea was to polKh and weld two  saws together at right angles and thus  make a nile or rnoasuie superior to  anything then in i^,.   .uter a few at  ivas founded by ivihg .virrca the Ur��it  in S72. Tlie University of Cambridge,  or, rather, 1 lie fust or the colleges at  present compiised in it, was1 founded  by Hugo, bishop of Ely, in 12o7. The  University of Paris was founded by  King Philip n. about the jear 3200.  The lirst Gorman unlvci-Mty was established at Prague In K5IS.    Tiiniiy'eol-  ���emuts    he   <.nree��e-.lpil ' in    nnu-.ni/   P j  lo��^ *>PuljliJiL- }'�����'; incenjiorated by roy-  WTuey  Bntle'h'  At the recent meeting of the Wisconsin Chcesemakcrs* association Professor Ferringtoii stated that for several  years the dairy studeuts^nt the State  university had been making an excellent quality of whey butter from Swiss  cheese whey by sklmniiug the whey  with a separator and using modern  methods- of btitleimaking. Duriug'the  summer he spent several weeks among  the :3o0 Swiss cheese fuctoiies in the  southern counties of Wisconsin studying the makin" of wlic*. butter at the  factories. lie found that Swiss whey  contained veiy often as much as 1 per  cent of butter fat.      .  It is unfleistood that< the Giand  limit Pacific Railway is asking the  government to permit 30,000 tons of  sfeel rails to" come into tins country  free of duty. It' is said that the  steel mills in Canada have all they  can'do for (he next twelve months  and therefore are,not in a position to  hll^tliis  order.       It  that is  s*o,   then'  the G T.I" will stand a chance of get-1 basis,  ting a icbato on their American rails.  Unity by Commerced,   -  , London.���in proposing the health of  Sir John Forrest, treasurer of Austral-  111    at   a   dinner   in his honor, Lord  btiathcona said   tho  various  colonies  had  a' community of interests.      Al-  | though a irlendly  rivalry  existed between them - they   mutually , desired  each . titer's prosperity, and would all  unite tor thevgeneial>    proi,peiiry  ot  the  empire.  .  Sir John l-'oirest   said  Lord Strathcona had pounded   a true  note when lie spoke of the svmpathv  existing  between  the  constituent'-nations of the  empire,'    Whetnor  thev  belonged    o - Canada,,  South   *Afn'ca",  Australia,  New Zealand"* or any  part  of rue Brithsh    empire    their    -watchword  was   the   maintenance  and   integrity of tlie empire.    The sentiment  However   was 'not   now sufficient to  bind us together. -Ho felt'that0 umtv  must be maintained on a eommoicja"i  vTlip-'Britisli steamer Vo< re-,1 KrixikJ  tfre>nt Jft-Kv-"Orjoanj* foi*" OeJ-'n*--* .nul K-V' [  yorg.'w reported, a fire 111 in3! hojd an-J *cl  put hi/at'Falmouth.     '     ���.*"���*  ���ti���'T-.i-"�� 'T ;   o.^jt'lfofSi. Vetoxsburg j*q!h*o haw ecu- ���  fiscntodv* tho*'P.Olar ' Stin, .1    acdle  pui-P-;^;^^'*-^' 7V    7       y  >s'$t"U' a    ''���"'.'������-1       '        ?-,  ��3 "DEAFNESS CANNOT   BE CURED.   <~J  by lCHjal-iappIlcfttloiis,    ils    in.*v 'caniwl,'  1 each ��. t>iit JdlHetued   parti..., of the ear.  There-Is only "one *.viy to cwj.. .k,ifn.-ss ,  and   lhat   l��,by  foniKtutlfieul   "riticili.L  Deafness la causoelrb.v  an   inifineJ cm*.  dltlon of the-anucous llnlnif; nf tK'lDs'-   I  achlfin Tubfe.iWheii thls'-tubi* Is inllani"4 -I  IrillniVuiintlon '<;an   bo tnlcet.   n>n   in'! thu   *  hcnrliig,-1 and  wheri 1t is cni|r.h* cb"-0.  73eiifnt��js   Is   the.  result,   a-.tl   unles' 'h*  Inllaniroatlon can  be  taken  rvit ai.il Ihu  tube, Testoroil  tft-- Hs    nbrrail    r'.nfll"on  hciiritiB---S.-IH  b��  destrovr-el   f.., ...t- "he  enscs^ut of ten nre  rmj'r.i  n\  Oiirt-  whioh   I*  nc>thln!*;   but,an   lnt',>-no*! cai-  dlllnn ofth.. mucous fiitfof"-  We will Rive Oni- liunrlir.! Hollars runny case of Deafnps.c'(''*iiui"( .1 i> - rn irl*'  that  cannot  be cur.-d  bv   11^,1 n t'MtT-in ,  Cure.    Send  for f.Ii<*u!..t��  ')������  F  3  MraXKY  .<���   e*0 . T.-i- lo 0,  Sold ��� bv   Druforlata   75r ,    ,  Taleo*Haifa Family Pllli to*- r<in-tli)-*wn  rJ'htiro is a veritable ptiini aiii'i'-S .  tliQ Jews nt Orel, I1iis--m, \\]w f"' t  ihuic outrages.  Minard's Liniment Relieves Ncuratgn  Latest repoits fiom Tiaiwu'i'"'-1*  *.iv tiinf-mahy wome 1 arc l.i'ini; out-  i.ii.<T:l daily.-. " '  A syndicate of New Yoik and Chicago capitalists have forlncd a gigantic independent steel plant," to be located at Loi-lan. Ohio, by, winch moans  thev p'-opns" fo light the "United States  steel  coiporafion  Price of Coal Advances. '  Chicago. ���Thioughout Illinois the  mice or coaljit "the-, mines jumped  yeste.rel.lv from ?1 to ?L.50 a ton. The  reason given hy (he iniuo owners foi  the advaneo was the growing uppie  hension that n shortago is in sight.  How Dr. Von Stan's Pineapple TableU  Give Instant Relief.���-Tn. , i.* hW.. >*  caro'-r-take one after citing 01 ^n.*i  over you feel slomach di-a.i<- (\<m'M  on~-,su1teieis ha\tnpio\ od It t!.. on>��  remedy known that will ��-Iv 1'ia-r in' rt-  uef and permanent run* -nn l"n��; if**1'  oils treatments '���with i|iie->il >i. it1** rLk"  suits���best for, all soits ���>' ^10ii^cn  tioublcs.    J5  cents.���DC  Canada's customs iv  P.iht njno  months is ?  L'llM.     f.'l  I,<>)'..���>'II  the  Tlte Dairy Stetr,  Wondei-rul powers of feeding and  assimilation hu-ie been ilevclopcd in  the high typo dahy cow, snys ltolsloin-  Friesian Itegister. That &I10 transmits  both her feeding capacity and as*.im  dating powets to her mile progeny is  becoming apimiout in feeding experi-  incuts with dairy steels. And those  who have undertaken the task of dis  crediting the *,alue of the dairy steei  as a feeder havo a hard task before  them.  Power^ House��� Manitoba   Agricultural   College.  .sip'-ire, imu-jtuu. it-.o.ir nuo, mencs fuu'l  fractious of .inches and. found- that it  answered every purpose that he intended it for.  In the course of a few weeks he made  quite'a number ���during bis-spare 'hours  These he sent-out by the peddlers, who  found every ���carpenter' eager to buy  one. Soon he found orders coming In  faster than he could supply, tlie demand. Ono c-Chis steel.."squares" would  sell for $0" or ?ti, which, was five times  as much (j,s.it cost hiin^   ;.  ar cnarter m io:n. .m..L.,i,vaB,c,, ���.  Edinburgh .was first chartered in T5S2  by'King,.Tames VI. of Scotland. Harvard college was founded a'lt Cambridge, or, as it was then known, Newtown, Mass., in 3fi3(j. Yale university  wns first established ;.��� at Saybrook,  Conn., in 1700. It removed to its present location,-New Haven, in 1710.   ���  ��� rnrcwcll.  -Farewell originally signified may vou  faro or travel well or lu .safety  "Where tbe Dairy Cow-  Itelniin.  Professor Eckies; off.Mlssouii, who  has been studying elair.r conditions In  Europe,, says that the parts of Euiope  developed to the greatest extent in au  agricultural way are tho noted dahy  sections, and-the'--most intelligent and  prosperous of European farmers aro  dairy, farmers. ' The richest, land and  the highest priced landioTec thero fair  ��� ��r ajiarmn  with rtq'T-g ��W����L    ���    l! .  ^ , I.niiK-iiMKCM,  It is estimated that since the "confounding of languages" at .-Babel there  have beeu something like 5,000 different forms of speech. This estimate  reckons 1,500 distinct languages and  3,500 colloquials.  CAUGHT COLD  ON THE CP.R  A. E. Mumford tells how Psychine  cured him after the Doctors  gave him up  kT  Feeding tho moose  'The   Lunch   Hoar  ���it  ihe-  /oo   111 ^VlnIlIpo^���s now  City Puik.  " It is twelve years sinc-i* Ps\ 1 lunr c.trrd  me of pallopirig con-aimpi .*�� ', '"'  speaker was Mr. A. E. Mumloul, si*-tl<l  tall, nnd looking just what In* '*��� ���' '���'*'  hcaltliy tartner. He woiks 1ii*j i>��sl.��n**  near Ai.-ignclawan, Ont.  " I caught my < old woi king a a {"���<���" nlj  oil the CI' R," he continued "I l";  night sweats, cliill;, and fc*M-i anil fie-'l'"'^  ly coughed up pieces of my Ium,** ' *'y  sinking fast and the doctors sin! tlA1-'  wns no hope for inc. Two monilis n< '  ment ofl-sycliino put rne rij^lil i'" "' '"  and I have had no return of iuni, t'ouW<  since."  U Mr. Mumford Iinil star id ��' -'l't  rsycliine when he first caught coM.M.  would have s;ivcd liiiinsclf a -lot of auxict)  and sutluring-.: Psychine cures all. !u-nfj  troubles by killing tlie germs���ll'ic roots oi,  tliediscased    , '   A  tjooigirici L.id-   Dndlev  ol   a iic-v  aribtuciniie:  ivety.tor mb ii6b'iiity.  is Ihe editoi  weekly, oxclus-  The  London .underground electric  railway, will raise ?25,()00,6ot) for the  purposes of tlio company.  It is;-estimated,-thnt the'cost of on-  in,  Um.Wi*niWtor- tbe Croat Nor-  1.111  Hallway, was $3,00.0,000  that  pre  ���fhrt9f.!-*'-m,lc,-s   ''"-demanding  the ( hineHt,  Jn  So,Ith Anicf|   be  ���VLriited  irom committing outrages.  h.,�� ,V,'eck,-^ni' <1:ll'in�� *r6m 400: B.C.  cons n?',-'1'f"v��ro��l 'rt Naples in the  coiistriictioii|lof Korcella-stre^t.  ���. ��� ?,,.1,,,C! ���,sc��w police havo con flsca tod  en i o J" 'f T^ ],y Co"nl- To'slo'.  t-niuicd,   Is it l'ossiide?" A '  (Pronounced Si-keen)  Larger nlxoa  SI and ��2-all drug:irl��t8*  DR.  T.  A.  'sLOCUM; Limited/Toronto.  W    N    U    No.    581  t e i  c-���^^y^^y*y^pg*y^^  l*?**a*ss����5!��a3��5=ei^^  Ul&��*11  $$lM$$& ' v.. ->-.  THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  F? WESTERN  CANADIAN   EDITORS  A Series of Articles Describing their Lives, their Alms  and their Influence. C  54 '   ��  C. H. LEMMON        - ji  Editor  of the' Elm  CrcekfMall.  L'i  ! ih,, skilled and adaptable1 old ,coun  ,im.in; .imbilioiiH, uii��, oiU<rgot,iel;*l|iu  ���mini ihe Caiittdiau-West as.tuvorable  ���Linei Ha- Caiittdiau-West as.tuvorable  Held loi business nj^ejitatioii.as bat  U,, i'tw-i vwj-atilo pirjmth-e-born, Can-  ���n.lnm-. 'Hie J4pfclW��uan ift .'jjemoral i  tiiunod and il'lw adds adaptability-U  i|us ni.iko-111' the wW struct oil,by the,.  ii.ie,s ol  ���.Vi'S.U-riiiCaiiadiuii liio is'gem  W.dlv a good one. ,    /        /   *, -   -��� .<  Kuar's trial as tho%rbitOft,ot;liisydoi-  ft lines,, -hi.s .judgment wah-.xn Jav4or> ol  IbucomiiiB ^i-Ol-notor   and,;editor  of  u  [ol lilui Oreek,. iu tlio.pioymce olMau-,  Sit'jUa, .lind'siunmary, oxecutHSv'OaV.tlii.'  ���Iit      kind "   iiiunodiatoly--. Tolh>we.-eT  | intigment /and 'now; Mr*:. Lemmoji*.-" in"-"  tontioi of a biightrniral.ypublicatioi,,  'and'a good job-printing Y'Stabhshniout.  '    ,dr. i.emmon' probably ..ddnve.s_-i.dnii.  [ol liability as'V-hi'gh-6lafcsjfiJj-pi'intei  [b.\   liciedity, 7as; bptli" ins j lather Aim.  I iMti'i'iml grandfather,-jver'o (printers roi  I repute in iinglaifd, as*well as'from hu  j tiiorouuli" training in s&mo'of-'tha'boBt,  iiiniitiul; offices iu London, Jingland. V  |   jm was bor;i" tliirfcy-eigbti years 'age  fat ifaileston, -Norlolfc.  England,">am.  juiiei   u  thoioiigh"-" education  was ap  ipicnucod to his.rfuthor at "thodagoioi"  ! M;vi'.itei'ii. ''Alter'the expiration ol hit  ittjiiu ot apprenticeship,-ho worked ioi  i iIn pc \eiiis> in various Joffices* in* Lon?  idou, Lngland) obtaining, an oxporiena  in.it na.s since ue!rv-edyilim-;welt injnt  progrci**-" toward  business; ��� "success-.,- it.  SVcsionn Canada.'   Mrl-'-Lernnmn thou  ientcied   into   a   partnership' ���ttith*' hit  lathery in \ London,*Vhich'v continuco  *lor siivcial jreais." ^Aboutythreo/yoari  Twentyifive years ago it was difficult to "  sell spring wheat flour for pastry at any price.  ���   ( People didn't want it���"-they \yere using *  soft,  winter wheat flour, and saw no reason ,  , for changing.  . " But hard wheat flour was persistently ,  pushed' and prejudice1 has,been' overcome.  The women tried it,'succeeded with it"arid  appreciated it.���Tpdday .hard wheat flour is  "the favorite for pastry as well as for bread.  ,' '. The -flour /that is doing the most - for  the reputation of hard wheat flour is the  brand' known as ./���'*-  Ogilvie's Roya! Household  r-'f "It is hard wheat rlour at its best���milled  y" a -p 'by modern " methods." retaining^all * of the  d-;.,, -;'''** 'good of'the wheat'and none of the'1 bad-���'  yfd'yit is .^without, an equals for,' every ,kin'd  of'  7- "baking: in,"which flour, is' uned. ,.   >. 7 '(V,: ,*  'J.7&; f .Talk-" to'" your "grocer -.'about, it���-If rhe.  r,v- C*;��r.y-.isn't* enthusiastic '.it's  only  because he isn't  Thf,"'-^ 7''7,   ,"���'���',    W,'       -'���   ���-f^M>"    ���--  NO MISTAKE  ABOUT THIS CASE  DODO'S    KIDNEY    PILLS   CURE  YOUNG   MAN    WHO   HAD  REACHED A VERY CRITICAL STAGE OF KIDNEY DISEASE.  His Case was More Serious' than he  . Thought, but Thanks to Dodd's Kidney Pills he is Well and Strong Now.  iii. Leo.iil, Olo. CO., N. B-, Apul 1G���  (Special.)���Air. Patrick Downing, oi*  this place, ia a young man only  twenty years of age, but some time  apro Kidney elisease had Mm, fiimly in  itf. grip and had it not been for Podd'H  Kielney Mils lle would probably hot  have been alive to-day.  ���'1 think" the cause of my lfoub]e  was overwork,"' says Mr. Downing,  anyway It began >vith a heavy dragging'pain in my back and across my  leans. Then l was subject to head-  'acbes, ,cramp in the muscles,' dizzy  spells and .weakness till I fell fit for  nothing. But, the worst symptom of  my case was when- I noticed that my  urine was] streaked with ^blood, then  I knew th.it my kidneys were affected.  Hearing of Dodel's Kidney Pills t sent  lor some and I am pleased to say the  pains have all gone since using them  and X am well and strong'as ever i  was."*-  'Am  ^('-.'f  7 informed:  OgilvieFlour.Mills Co.;  UatltM*.  Montreal;.  :  ���.'. "Ogilvie's Book for a,Coolc," contains 130  '   i pages of excellent recipes, some neveivbefore  s , published.    Your grocer c-ia ,lell you" how to '  *   '-gel it FREE.     -    ,"      ,,-,*. *     f   .  ��� -A * ^ ' "���  ,' :>...-  n li    n*     </        .- r ���*��� I 1 '      *   ,.  ������      iS! '..y.  A !     A    .-    '    ' -  '  once  PApiil, iy03,'wheio he acefpteida teiii;  FpwViry position On the'Mauitolia i-'re-t*  1 i'lObs' the day alter "-.his "arrival.** A  short, tiino attei-\viirds"jhe".weiiv oni��tbt.  stiiil   ot-the iMoiden   Chconiclo  wherL  he leuiaincd two mouths,. rosigniiigUiit  position to accept tbe management 01  tin- Kamy ltivoi" Gnzettc'yitiiiny Itivor,  Uimiiio, and dm ing the,.nine mouths  tint ho  had    cliiuge  of '-t,hat " papoi  i it�� biismei.!.    doubled.     Alter,,   leaving  U.1111)  Hiver Mr. Lomnion returned to  W.miipog    wlicio    ho   "renianiedy foi  : fcigliteon  months, working'-i>riiicipall)  m''tlie�� offices    ot tho.   Manitoba    J*"ree  I'n'stP and .Uartel's Weekly.  In June, 1903, he pin chased from V.  0 Dunning the Elm Creok" Mail. Tin  htm Ctt'Wv Mail was not the prosperous piopo-siUon tint Mr. 'I.emmon lias  ni.uio. it in lest, than . .nine months  since lie bus takenLpossession. _,  itiiugiiig to boar upon tho situation  English pluck, and a 'thorough ' know  lodge- ot the punting, business, tht  Ktm Cicok Mail prospered from the,  tiino .Mi. Leunuon's contiol began ant,  is,no�� 0110 of tho " successful news  I)ii[.ci ,mrl piinting offices of thojrest.  It, is tlio only printing office in' tin  nuw-1*. created municipality -of Grey,  which coinpiiscs. nn' area of about tit  vpi.it c*. nnlcs, and with tho instajlation  ot new l.mcliincry and types bas be  conio one of tlio most thorough})  equipped country printing ofliccs iii  th.- pioi-ince. Last November _ Mr.*"  Lcinnion installed a Diamond cylindci  I)i o*.s, onhiiging tho'pnper at tho same  tnno to six columns.      -    ' ,  Mr. Lomnion is a decided acquisition  to tlin social and artistic pi ogress of Kin,  t'look and district as a musician, llav  i"H had a thorough musical education  if. Ijiiylnnd, ho takes a loading part  in tlin musical lifo of tho town.' He  is fir|��niu.*.t .and^clioirmaster' of both  the lh(*sbylcriiin ��� and tho Anglicni.  chinclica in Jilrn Crook, being enablcc...  t" hold       thin dual        position  through tho fact t that l'rosbyioriaii  'ind An^liL'iui services nro hold on, nl  ti'inaU' .Sundays. History docs no<  MiU' 'u-lie.lh.-r this state of nifairs ex  ���M- throiijrh Ihe paucity of parsons* 01  'h.-   (Ii'sji.i   ot   both   congregations, foi  ���_   A  Londony actor  tolls' how  lie  rebuketl'y tlio ,lMXle ' maid-of-all-work  for Iter 'incompetence. .*"-<.'  A'''Look "at'the smueigc *,on tho table-  clotli.;^ look ' at,,the fireplace,*and '* ilie  windows.'liThis^woii'E* do at all���you  will Kav'e*-to��leVveJ"aiidltT)en what will  becomcof you?."  ���'-    <-.- -'-,      f   a  'The" poor little sliivey"'roplicd": 'jAYell  sir, if tlie worst comes to ���tho weirsfc 1  'shall  go on��tlio' stygel" .'"    $   \ ,-.  '" * "si   ���J'- ',   ���  i  -   '  '  '.fA'Xes;'^ A'said1*- tlio '������ condescending  youth, k"['ni -taking- fencing lessons."  ,f,' 'Gootl 1" yansweredyv Farmer, ,X'oni-  tossol.. ''1 ahisjpaid,you* was goin' to  turn 'iiiyanu'dOvl "something^., useful.  What's "your y Specialty gomi to'bo-r.  .rail.'stone, or 'barb wire?"," K-      *  ,' , To-day in China. ^ ,  11 Modernity is*reported to ,be making  sfides, in China, but it is "not especially, evdeht in the* impeVial' decrees,  ttere is a recent one:��� ' a ������,- . ��  "'-"l-.tu 'Lung-Cliung, the provincial  commander in chief ofr Klanpel, has  memorialized the 'throne that , the  rivers, in" his jurisdiction have, kept  eju et, and the tnrone has felt grateful  'tor, the" peacetulnessi of1 the rivers;  therefore _tlie'throne' dedicates ���flve  sticks ot Tibetan incense each through  tne,.said Liu "Yung-ching to ** air the  temples of the,, god', of" the rivers to  thank him for their protection."     1   ���  Owing to the increase of'Hooliganism hi,.Glasgow, the city authorities  refused to grant four applications for  boxing competitions.1 ' ,<  ,1   consider 'MINARD'S * LINIMENT  the fiEST LuwMENT in use.  I got my loot jammed lately. I  bathed it tfell with MINARD'S LINI-  MfcJNT."  and   it   was*as well as ever  next day.        V ' -       ' , *���,  i ��   .   Yours very truly,  ���.- 1'     ,   ���      t. g. Mcmullen.  An Appreciated  Performance.  The- late Joseph JcflVi sou use-d to  '.a) that his e;ar��'e*r came* veiy ne-ar }>e-  ing nipped 111 the? hud in a imall *.. est-  (������rii to��nf JIf at that time- was a  member of a small pioneer company  uhiCh progressed by ineuns of. three  ���'bull teams" from one mining camp  to another. TJie>y iH'ic aluays heaitily  icceived by the miners and eov.ho.vs,  who readily paid the hvej dolhus in  gold rcepiired to witness their pe-ionn-  aneM*. Mi. Jeffeusoii was the tmdition-  sil melodramatic villain aiitl 111 thc-  tlihd act was supposed t<i Kidnap the  "cliifd." Tlio supposed mother, hearing its crh-s, nislies upon the scene  just as ho-'.is about to escape, anel fires  a fruitless .shot fiom a,revolver.  Upon tiiis paiticnlar occasion al!  liad gone w<-ll until this scene 'ivas  reached' and the* audience, many oi  whom had nevoi befoie seen any kind  of a theatrical performance, sat as if  spellbound. 'At tho crack of the  mother's revolver,' however, the spell  was rudely broken.  "liy heaven, she trussed him!" a icd-  shirted miner in the fremt row'shouted, drawing his own ".six-shooter"'and  leaping to his feet. , -'Hound to the  back door boys and head him off bovs  'foro he gits a boss!" ho yelled/ and  following liim, half the audience stampeded for the exit.  Tho  I.  poaring uauu in uaiiu, octorc tne curtain anel thc 'manager's explanation  ol the,* situation. "When Ihe perform-  ancc-'had been concluded, the audience  insisted on paying another admission  pnco and having an immediate lepot-  ltion from beginning to end.���"Sue-  cess Magazine." '   '    "  TRY A PACKET of  Ceylon Natural Green Tea, and you will be  convinced, that it has the same delicious  quality that has made "Salada" Black  Tea famous..  40c, 50c  and 60c per lb. . At All Grocers.  Tho excitement was' finallly allayed  by, the "mother'.' and the villain appearing hand in hand, before the cur-  per lb. .  Highest Award at St.'Louis 1904.  F  .    \s��ASNiTED  Every School Boy and Girl in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, to write   us   for ot;  Booklet containing Views of Winnipeg  .   ��� and   Farm   Scenes.  THE DUNSHEATH Ma'cMILLAM. CO., LTD.  '   *   '  CRAIN MERCHANTS,   '        ' ���      ,     ,  74 MERCHANTS BANK^WINNIPEC. ���  our  f , Immune to Poisons. ,<  Certain stiustances which are, deadly ln their eftects upon men*elan be  taken by canimals with ^impunity.  Horses can'take large doses of antimony, dogs of mercury, goats of tobacco, mice of hemlock,1 and rabbits  of belladonna without injury.  Minard's'  .Liniment  .Cures  .Dandruff.  *--��       -.,-....      A    'a   - ^~ Mi- '   * qi '*  111..  tl,<.  niiisical  services  Klin (.'rook Mail.  of  tlio  editor  ol  A nu-iliciii sultlcinent in one of the  ��� a<*:i!-() slums is planned.  i nt*  iiiii-onautN  Oiiro     and     llerrer.--  1111 'i i I nn attempt, to cross the*Med-  in   a   balloon.  1.ei 1,mean  II..*  (T'-'H-ral  election   in   Km nee 'will  probably   take   place   oil   Sunday,   Mai  the  second   ballot  on   May  27  l.*i  Aid  J'l'lrow, Carnegie, in an address nt  ���' houihcrii jubilee, doclnrus tho nogro  :��� viiluahw. ilssftl oC die South.  ������^:-,K,.^'V>^,.'.\-.;��Va��.^^vv:.i':-,-c.-*..;j-r  , Tho Berlin police Y. authorities are  wcokly expelling from 50 to ,60'Itust  siait refugees from Berlin.  ,u     ,       * ���_ __   , ,Too Many People Dally With Catarrh.  ���It strikes, ono like a thunderclap, develops with a rapidity that no other disease does. Dr. AEfiiCT's Catarrhal Powder Is the radical, quick, safe and pleasant cure that the disease demands. Use  the means, prevent 'Its deep-seating- and  years of distress. Don't dally with catarrh. Asnew'i gives relief ln ten minutes.    60 cents."���97  answered " the man  in * tho  paying   "teller,  aren't  tho v telling  The total cost ot an epiuemic^of typhoid fever in Lincoln, England, last  yoar,  was ."500,000..',     ," ��� -  A*; Safeguard the Children.,  .There is no telling when a medicine  may be needed in homes where there  are little, on 's. Therefore the prudent mother wu. always keep a box of  Baby's Own Tablets on hand. These  Tablets. promptly cure indigestion,  colic, sour stomach, constipation, diarrhoea' and teething troubles. They  bieak up colds, prevent crQup, expel  worms, and give the child sound, natural sleep. Mothers havo the" guarantee of a government analyst that  these * Tablets coiitain.no opiate or  poisonous soothing stuff. Mrs. J. C.  Gildart. Prosser Brook. N. B., says:  "Uabv's Own.Tau.ets-act like magic  when a little one is ill. and I would  hot feel safe without a "box in ��� the  house." You can get Baby's Own  t'ahlcts irom your medicine dealer or  by mail at 2T, cents a box from the  Or. Williams Medicine Co., Brpckville,  Ont.  - "I want'to know,"' said-, the- irate'  matron, ',"how> much ��� money"my 'has-'  band drew out of this bank last week."  - "I can't give you_ that information,  ma'am,"  answered " the man  in ' "  cajjo.  "Tou'ro tho  you?'''  . "Yes,    but ' I'm     not  payer."���Chicago Tribune  .It is the Farmer's Friend.���The farmer will find in Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  Uu 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 in treating injured horses, tattle, etc., or relieving  them when'attacked by colds, coughs  or any kindred' ailments to , which  they are subject.  The railway carriage in which Prince,  Albert, regent of the Duchy of Biuns-  wick, 'was journeying to Pans caught  ,~   .������:���.���  .'������ -\' ; ���.'���'���  , Itching Piles.���Dr., Agnew's .Ointment  ts proof against the' torments of Itching  Piles. Thousands of testimonials of  cures,, effected ��� by' Us ��� use. No case ��� too  aeeravating: or too long, standing, for it  to soothe, comfort and cure. It cures,in  from, 3  to  6 nlgHts.'  35  cents.���95  Sir Edward,Grey, 'foreign secretary,  has stated that the-government. would  welcome reforms in Macedonian "administration.,   ,       '      - 'if..  ,. Sunlight' Soap is~-hetter than othei  soaps, but is best"when, used in the  Sunlight way. - BuydSulilight Soap and  follow- diiections.yi.yy,,   '��� * )        ."   ,   <  , '.   ;        ;       *.,��� *,    . .  Electrical engineers,propose .to transmit power to "Johannesburg-across 700j  miles of' country., .    '   ' ���- .  r    t    J -^ - * ;  Minard's   Liniment  Cures '.Burns,   etc.  Be there a' Will Wisdom Points'the  Way.���The' sick man pines for relief,  but herdislikes sending for the doctor.  which  means 'bottles' of. drugs -never  consunved- "He has not the''resolution  to load his stomach "with compounds  which   smell' ' villainously,   and taste  worse.; c But, if he "have ihe wilh to  .deal himself with the ailment,' \yisdom  will direct his attention to ^Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills, ��� which,.as  a'.specific  .for indigestion ,and disorders  of (the  'digestive organs, havc.no equal,  Cause of  ,jr y *" "1 '        1   - aches  Headaches &  You must look well after the condition  of your liver and bowels. , Unless there  is daily, action of thc bowels,'poisonous  products are absorbed, causing headaches, biliousness, nausea, dyspepsia.'  x's Pills are genuine liver pills.     ,  arc 00 tccretiI 1 We pitkllak          j c A7��rC3o  (aramlm ��l all mrr medldaea. tows 11. JCaaa.'  The Dominion t governmenty 'will  make, arrangements, with the two new  provinces -for joint f control oft the  Mounted Police.-. -Each province-.will  "hayo control of whatever ���agencies'it  'employs in' administration ,'of criminal  justice. The police ,w,ill ' be .under  Dominion jurisdiction, hut under provincial orders when necessary.       '   '  A  SPRING   DANGER.  Col. Cutfibort bas voluntarily taken  thc blaino for injuries sustained li.\  Lieut. Clark Kennedy in hazing al  Aldorshot.    * L    ���  Kidney Search Lights. ''��� Have you  backache? Do yon feel droway? Do your  limbs foi>l henvy?lla.ve you pains ln the  loins? Have \-ou dizziness? Have you a  tired draMfliiR feollnir In the reslonn of  tln> kldncyH? Any and nil of these Indicate kldnev troubles. South American  Kidney Cure Is n liquid kidney apeclllc  and workM wonderful cures In nu*st com-  tillcaled  caac-s.--BI  There aro now ovet i.oiK) Russian  refugees ,in Berlin, nearly all of them  lews.  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches, Cub  an Itch on Human or animals cured in  30 minutes by Wolford's Sanitary Lo  (Ion.   H   never fails.   At   all   druggists  The Growing Time.  A Wnlkorvnic woman who, was tall  anel thin and stnloly when she got on  uio terry to cross over to Detroit  was noticed to have grown trenien  ilciusly in her ' dimensions when she  returned a few hours later. An invos  ligation in the private room of the  customs office at "Walkerville revealed tho following explanations of the  remarleablu transformation:  r.   night robes.  2 children's dresses.  ���1 suits of underwear.  2 cotton drosses.  P. kimonas.  G pairs or hose.  The lnelv, wo are told, was a prominent Walkerville society woman  ami she threatened to make out a. list  of other Walkerville ladies, all at the,  head of Walkerville society who were  accustomed to adopt similar methods  of improving their figures.-jj-Wood-  slock Sentinel-Review. l   .  " They were speaking about a friend  of hei's who itad> married a bishop stationed in Kamschatka or somo other  heathen land.  ��� "I never could understand why she  married him'." said tho young woman.  "Sho seemed tlio last girl on earth to  marry a Bishop. She cared' so much  more .for thcUieatres ancl concerts  than she did for church woik and  sewing circles."      ,  "Girls are pretty wise nowadays,"  said tho young man, "and they generally have a good reason^ for' marrying the way they do. A girl friend of  mi'110 married a doctor so that she  could always "bo well for nothing, and  maybe this girl married a bishop so  that sho might be good for nothing."  Minard's Liniment for sale everywhere  The Young Idea.  A young woman who teaches a class  in a Jorsoy.City Sunday* School was  recently talking to hor pupils "relative  to tho desirability of increasing its  momborship. \Ylio'n she ��� invited tho  co-operation to that end of tho sovehil  mombers, the youngster nearest her  shoook his head dubiously-, >      ,'  "I might git ono boy in our neighborhood to conio," ho explained, "but  all tho  others kin  lick "me."  , A Bishop ', was once' "being shown  throiigTr the grounds of'a stool magnate. "You have built 'soveial , fine  residences," said h��-to .the.-, owner.  "You have caused sparkling fountains  to' play and beautiful r 'gardens-A to  bloom. But-can you nonijst'y isay that  tho world Is any' better for your, hav-  ing'*liveel"in it?" "*���'' * ,* -..,.'���',  "Well," replied .tho milhonano,. "I  don't sav that-ic"is actually any better; but'-I think I may lay claim that  it lootts a little .better!"���Philadelphia  Ledger.     - - '    '  A Milwaukee man, who * stole gas  amounting to $26,000 by tapping mains  v as sentenced to seven  years.  The Imperial Council of Hungary  has, decided to hold the-- Hungarian  elections next autumn.  Sickle's Anti-Consumptive ^ Syru  needs' no " recommendation. To all  who are familiar with it. it speaks for  itself. .Years of use in the treatment  ot colds and coughs and all affections  of the throat'has unquestionably established its place among the very best  medicines for such diseases. If you  give it a trial you will not regret it.  You will find it 25 cents well invested.  Thin,  Blood  You can trust a medicine  tested 60 years ! Sixty years  of experience, think of that!  Experience with Ayer's Sar-  saparilla; the original Sarsa-  parilla; the strongest Sarsapa-  rilla; the Sarsaparilla the doctors endorse for thin blood,  weak nerves, general debility.  Bat ercn thli rranrt old medlcin* o��mn��t d*  lta beat irork If tli* Ut��i ia Luctlra i,nd tt��  bowala oenatlpatad. 'oi Ih* fc*at pMalhU r��-  autta, tou aboulat tak�� !*x*ttT�� d����M ot Ajmr't  mil while Ukl��r tli* Saraap��rllU. Th. hvw  if IU quickly reapou*. u*,al ao ��tll tb�� *M����lc  ^k  Ma4l��rJ.e!.Ar��r0a.,L��w;U,  ^*��   ~ aj*�� WMai\iSk*tuWT* mt    -  jLa _���>_    HAIRVWOt.  a/jl  yers  AaUBCURE.  CBBBItY PSCTOBAL.  ��� The son of the Prussian Minister of  Justice for Beseler has been- sentenced to four months' imprisonmut for  duelling. ^ *  He had been sweet on her for some  time, and one evening he dropped in  on his "way home from the office.  "I hope you .will 'excuse me for  calling in my business suit," he said,  "but���"  "Oh. that's all right." interrupted  the fair maid, "that is, if you mean  business."  And next day a downtown jeweler  separated ^him "from a month's salary  in exchange for the ring.���Chicago  News.  Many  People ..Weaken Their Systems  r     'by^'Dosing With-Purgative   "-  v   i.    ���<= Medicines. ,4 '  A'spring, medicine "seems" to  be'a.  necessity. ��� Nature ..demands' it as an  aid to enrichjiig'thd blood "andrCanry-  'iiig off  the  impurities'that ,have ac-  cunuUated 'during Mthe indoor lite * of  the winter " months.' *���  Thousands   of  people, , recognizing the necessity ,for  a spring., .medicine, ,dose ��� themselves  with ,>-nursh,. griping purgatives. This  is a "mistake. ���* Aslc- any doctor and he  wiil  lefi. you' that the  use  of liurga-  f-ive  medicines weakens tthe    system  and cannot possibly cure' disease.   In  the spring'the- system needs building  ���up^_purgatives ' weaken.    The    blood  should" be* made rich', re"drand pure-  purgatives' cannot  do this. ��� -What .is  needed isfa-tonic, and the besj. tonic  medical   science  has' yot    devised  is  Dr'Williams' Pink Pills. Every dose of.  this medicine' actually . makes    new,,  nch- blood,    and    this   now *   blood  strengthens every organ    and.    every  part of the hody.   That is why these  'u.rs  banish  pimples    and    ^BhUy  skin eruptions.   That    is   why    thej  cure"    headaches     and     backaches  rheumatism and neuralgia and a host  of other troubles that come from. pooi,  waterv  blood.  That is why men and  women who  use  Dr.  Williams'   Pink  Fills eat well and sleep well ���dfeel  active and    strong. -   Mrs.   Abei t E  Sampson.  L'Ardoise,    M.S., says:      I  have used Dr.���Williams' -yrmk   Pills  .with the greatest benefit. I know ot no  'other medicine that  can equal    them  in building up-people  who are weak  01  run down." -   j  When buying a box ofHhese pi Is  see that the full name, Dr. Williams  Pink Pills for. Pale People, is printed  on*.the wrapper around the box. \ou  can get the pills from any medicine  dealeS- or "by mail at.BO cents a box or  b-ix^boxes for 52.50 from the Dr. Wd-  Uams-,Medicine Co.. Brockville,, Ont.  This ambition not to bo satisfied  with little things is characteristic of  men of great fiber, and it had a great  deal to do in shaping Beecher's career,  ft" lie had hael an ordinary ambition,  he never .would have been tiro power  in the wot Id that lie wits���he never  .would have hecome one of the lirst  preachers in the world. A .stream  cannot, rise higher than its fountain-  head.  Irpperial  yrup  EVI-a-pfi-o   3  '   -        * - ' . '  'V Always    Satisfactory .  A��k your dealer for Imperial Maple Syrup.   Do not allow him to' ���ubatltuta  an Inferior artlote beoauso it Is ohenpor. , "     *  ' r 1,., r , '     "  m9mntKmmmutmmwmeafimKmmmvKMw.m\�� iiiwui  Stolen Pleasure  The'children will show-you  the merits of M-Doney's biscuits  if you give them the chance.1;  Mobney's''Perfection ;  ,  Cream Sodas \  have made themselves famous  all over/Canadain a very short  time. < Crisp,J' inviting,. tasty.  Different from any other cracker  you /->aveiever eaten.",   ,..  Sa>  j^Jooney's" to your'grocer.  BRAIN AND  NERVES  Dependent on Certain Elements  of   Nature,  which are found in  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food.  The Christian Scientists are right 1 It may take weeks, or even months  enough   when  thev    claim    that    thoi'0    -l-oioughly   restore    your    health  .   ,  .   ., .111 .      f with Dr. Chase's Xerve Food, but you  mind intiuences the body. ! ��� "-"-0--'  Worry,' excessive mental, toil apd*  strong emotions consume nervous e,m-  ergy at an enormous rain.  Kest of mind and body is essential  for the restoration of an exhausted  nervous system.  But the mind is dependent on the  brain, and the brain in turn is 11  bundle of nerve cells, which are nourished and sustained by pure, rich  blood. Hence the absolute necessity  of supplying the elements from which  blood is made.  These elements of nature which go  to form new rich blood and revitalize  wasted and depleted nerve cells are  found in splendid proportions in Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food.  By using this great food cure you  supply the material substances from  which arc . found, brain and nerve  force.-'  ��� ,  '  By\ all means" have a cheerful, hopeful mind, but do not depend on this  to make you strong and well ora you  will.be terribly disappointed when it  is forever, too late, 'a  1 can be  absolute^   certain  that every  I dose of this great food cure is at least  , of some benefit {o you.  I     Mrs.    W. R. Sutherland,   St.    And-  i row's,   Alan.,   writes:     "In    February,  , IHO'VI   was   stricken   with   paralysis.  ; loll*Helplessly on the floor and had to  ' be. carried   Lo   bed.    The  doctor   pro-  I nounced  it a  bad case   as  f   had  no  - power in my tongue or left leg.    1 re-  1 mained    in    thnt    condition    for    six  months without obtaining benefit from  the    doctor's    prescriptions  or   other  medicines.  "My husband advised me to try Dr.  Chase's Nerve Food and by the use  ot this treatment all symptoms of the  disease disappeared. I can now talk  plainly, my leg is all rigut and I can  do my housework."  The healthful complexions, thc  well-rounded forms, the energy and  elasticity of movement characteristic  of persons who have used Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food are the strongest evi-  dAnce of its wonderful restorative in-  lluence. 50 cents a box, at all dealers,  or Edmanson,  Bates &   Co.,1 Toronto.  *,A   BROAD   STATEMENT. |  Dr. Leonhardt's Hem-Roid' will*cure ,  any case of piles. 1  * This statement is made without any  qualifications._��� , '  It is in .the form of a>tahlet.  It is the only pile remedy used internally. >   * ��  It'is impossible to cure an established case ot Piles with ointments,  suppositories, injections or outward  appliances.  A $1,000 guarantee -with every package of Dr. Leonhardt's Hem-Roid.  $1.00, 'all* dealers, or The Wilson-  Fyle Co., Limited, Niagara Falls, Ont.  "Why did you persist m calling  your visit to this country last season  a farewell tour?" asked her manager,  ccldly. It was in no sense a taiewell."  "Yes, it was," replied the famous  prima donna. "I fared very well" .���  Judge. -  The Shwebo canal, which is to irrigate "1S9.000 acres of land in India, has  been opened.  ^A Clear Healthy- Sinn*.���Eruptions  of the skin and blotches'which blemish -beauty are the result of impure  blood caused by unhealthy action of  the liver and kidneys. In correcting  this" unhealthy action and restoring  rnt organs to their normal, condition,  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills will at the  same time cleanse the blood, and the  blotches anel eruptions will disappear  without leaving any .trace:  History of the Weather Bureau.  . Lilce the universe as a whole, the  Canadian Weather Bureau evolved  itselt from 'nebulae. Its beginnings  were very modest, indeed. Founded  orig.n.iliy more tiian halt" a .century  ago, it continued tor some years as  t'vnleuce of tho insatiable curiosity  ot some of Toronto's early scientists.  Since 1S-11, indeed, observations have  been nih.de iu the worm-eaten old  building:,1 and for HO years afterward  learned gentlemen continued to make  observations of sun, moon and stars  without the aid of the government,  li 1S71 a grant of *$r>.000 was made to  I-'roi. Kingston, then in charge, the  government being anxious to give  vessels warning of approach ing  storms. By 1SS0 the observatory had  become a regular government Bureau,  with :Ur. Chas. Carpmael. an English  scientist, in charge. For 14 years he  continued in this position, to he succeeded by Mr. R. F. Stupart, the present chief, whose special qualifications  for the post have been widely acknowledged. As to the importance of  the;results achieved by the bureau it  is superfluous to speak. Merchants,  farmers, mariners, and picknickors  will vouch for it. Timely prognostications may have saved millions of  doiiars' worth of property and 'hundreds of -lives. - Untimely prognostications, scarcely less valuable, have  given us something to talk about. For  all of which we should be grateful to  Old Prohs.���Mail and Empire.  ���I-Hi'I  Ai"  .��-,  --      FOR,      ' ..*-  Over a Quarter of a Century  we have successfully treated nervous -  diseases caused by Drink and  Drugs,  500,000 , cures is our record. Wa  speak truly ��� and say that failure to  obtain a cure by the Keeley Treatment is a failure of the man and not  our methods.    Send   for facts.  Address ln confidence ���  THE KEELEY CURE  133 Osborne St., Winnipeg.  Easy to  Dye  Maypole Soip  not only gives a  fa��t, brilliaut color  but mates home  dying' safe, sure,  pleasant,   ca'ay.     No   mess  or trouble.  Ift a caht of soap  that waihts and dyes  at ont o]nr*ti*n.  lew for Colora, ijcfor  Black..   All dealers  , or PJU. Bsnkdict & Co���MontreaL  with  Maypole  Soap  When you buy  WET  WEATHER  CLOTHING  you want  complete  protection  and long  service.  These and many  other good points  are combined in  TOWER'S  -   PCSH    BRAND  OILED CLOTHING  You CMYt afford        '.  to bi<y ony other       /,  J-*��~l  ^Uaaftia*  Tdsvtft Canadian CO Lro  TORONTO .   CAN.  To prevent the maningc of persons  i-Heoted witli tuberculoMs, it u?agiio  has been  formed in Switzerland.  Mot lier Craves' Woim Kxterminalor  t>as no eciual lor destroying worms in  children ancl adults. See that you get  tlie genuine when purchasing.  Tiio Iphg expected. . nnnoiincoiiient  e-f the open cloor in Manchuria-is t-on-  fulontlv believed to bo imminent.  W    N     U     No.    581 r .  r-V  /  ,  ..' )  .Ifcj���.  .V,.- *���  'A- rt'  THfE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA  #. ^.SMITH ,t CO.,  a tne��-ti!iK.  ���T1 MIE LEADER.-  '    *      _______       Published in tbe interest of tbe people-  of Moyie and Enet Kootenay.  -. JfuMlelitjn.  RATEa oriDUSl Ml'lIUM.  ���*2C0  8AU URL-AY, Al'KIL 28, 19CC.  Movie"'? tmnnl of trade  should   hold  Moyie ncedo aouie uijuvy   cxptndtd  ffor sidt'jvallrs and paint.,    '  Caught Cola WWl'e Huntlne a Burglar. *  Mr. Wmd'Thoii.''Lauorganl piovin-  <:ial copatiible. at Cbapleau, Ont��riu.  fnys: I cautrht a severe cold while*  minting a b'u.-glar in the forest"8W4inp  -lust -full* Hearing of Ct*amberluioV  Cough Remedy, 1 tried it, and after  ntiinR twnsmall bottles I was completely cuh-tV',. This remedy,is intended ei>p dally for coughs aud colds  Tt will loosen and and relieve a seven  4- r , .  cold in leas time  than   by  any uth��i  V A ,  treatment and is  a  favorite   wberevei  Fjshin  Tackle!  I. O. O. F  Wlliley Lodge H  its superior   excellence "lias    become  known.   'Foi. sale by tbe Moyie DrUf;  &'Stationery 3tore.       ,<��� '"  .������'Don-t chew   your   pills.*-'    If   you  Lave an unpleasant duty   to   perform  ( do it without thinking about it.  ���     . ......    ^-*      .._.. ,\' ,  Tbe San F tnciaco diwaster "lb id   tl a  .... - -   ���*���        . ���  effect of throwing* Moyo*:k J Hay woorJ  add Pettiboueout ol the ilnielight for  several days'. ' ' .,      ���  ] "I would rather invest in San Fran-  ciaco uow   tbrtn  in , Seattle," declared  ,  ) > * , , ���* ,  Louis W. Hill, first vice  president,, of  the Great Northern.  '_!_ ��,  ,v , ' ,  '  *       J,   ' ��  /The clerk who bas to get out of-a  warm bed on a cold winter inornine/'is  thoroughly   imbued   with   the   idea  *r�� that ,the office should seek the man.  ftf   ,'{'"���   The ��� NoIsoh   Daily   .News" is four  r years old,"*,Ttie ^Jeivs is 'covering   tbe  'field and is quite'Satisfactory in..every  'respect,  but politically,' to  all   of tbe  '* people of the,JXooienaya,''" f \f,~ , ' f  "   -���* * f af;      ;-".��'. -..'..     ''-'; 7  '      "    ' NOTICE, ���*        '  Tjike'notice that I, Charle's J. Armstrong, intends to apply to tbe Boaro'  of 'Licence Commissioners for t thr  Cranbrook district at their' regular  meeting to bo held , on' June .15th,  1906, for a transfer from me to Be'n J.  Riieyqf'the licence for the Interna  tlonal_ iiotel situate 'at the''town of  Moyie, B. C.  '    '   '    "    d ^  Dated' this, 20th day of April 190C]  r "' il (Sg'n'd) C. "J. Armstrong.  1 ~- -      r-   / " I    '  *   \. ,-  ���    V - if     ".        <ls*Z    �� r > ' ���*        )   -l  SlxtKdays after dato I Intend to apply to, tbe  Chief CoaimlssloiieAoi Landa"and"',Woi;ks ,lor  permlKglon to purchase tbe follov. iasr described  land in' South East Kootenay;- '  .. '    -  Commcnclug at a post planted on the bank  of tho Moyio River 20 chtlns north ,ot ft, H.  Dimock'* pre-emption, thence running east" 40  chains, thence north SO chains/west 20 chains,  more tir less,'te> the Moyie River, theaco doirn  the Klyer to the place ol commenceraeuty _ u���  , , <3. A. CLOTHIER. *I/)cator.,  *      L . B. C. ST,CX.AIRrAi;ent.'-*'r  Bated this, 20th day of February, 1S0O,       -   \ ,  By the best  makers.    New stex;k just arrived.  .RODS,  c  REELS,  .LEADERS,  i  -BAIT, Etc.  Meets every Tuesday evening in their  hall on Victoria street. Sojournmf;  Odd Fellows cordially invited.        ,  P. Q. HOUTH,- F. J. PMYTH,  Koblf Gnind.' Sccr'y.  :* ��� I THE CANADIAN B^NK  .OF GpMlVEERGE  Paid-up Capital, $10.000.000.   ^Reserve Fund, $4*,5QQ(ooo  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 71  W. F. of M.  Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday evening. Sojourning members  are cordially invited to attend.  WiU J. FEI.TH,Att,     - TH0.3. E. ICfLLY,' ,  .   President.      , Secretary  HEAD OFFICE,  TORONTO  B. E. WALKER, Gene-ral Manager 7   ALEX. L'AIRD, Asst. Gen*| M  r u        {  Tiie Moyie Drug, and Stationery Co.  MOYIE AERTE NO. 855  ���   '- kldWA^&^-  BANK MONEY  ORDERS  ISSUED, AT THE FOLLOWINQ HAJES :  ,'  ���    '     *"' $5 and under ,.."!���.     3 cents  ' Oyer $5-onJ not axceeding $10..,?..    6 cents  "    S10        'A "  I   ,   ^.-S-.'AlO cents  -      ', ".    $30        "  ,     "     '*       .   950,/.....   15 Cints     '  These Orders are Payable sit. Par ail'any office in ^fijiad.j o*'a Chartered n  (Yukon excepted), a;id at tl-e piiucipal bankiiif; polnW i;i the United St- *  ft"        x!".oi!/.ai.B Ar a.n��t��*wii: A7        - "'  THE CANADIAN HANK 6F COAlMERGIVIdO^DON, f.XG.  They forni an excellent method nf remitting ."rcaU Slims c*-'f' money v/ith   -.  'CRANBROOK' BRANCH.  and at si*}all cost.- J ""'"  i"'lu Si*elr  y  v/f ;(-,'7'' : F-TBT SIALPAS. Nfii'  %���: L. f McDEfiMDT  f=      "l     r- JeOTICE.       '' ,,.,'���    ���*- ..  '       J    r      ,       *  < ^.* ���     ,  In the matter ol an anpllcatloii for Uie lssu-,  oi a duplicate of tlie Certificate of I'itle'for. Lot  9, Block 5,'lu the" T^tc Shore kdetttlon^Moj-le  City." (Map 681)"    '''r.f"     ''J        .l"J-    "''"*,  Notice Is hereby given that it Is mj- Intention  'to issue at the'expiration of one'month from*  ihe first publication _hercof a. duplicate of sthe  Certificate of Title to tho above mentioned Lot  in theuamcof Michael'pJueellt,i,which*''CeItifl-,  cate is dated the 10th day of October-, ���1901�� and  numbered S12A,   A^, >-#" V.I   "ft?" Jf"viA'~t,--\  ,     Vancouver World: President Koose-  >    .    r*l..       "-    - *. l'*  velt-Un   a-recent speech, staled   that ,   ,     A       ^, .,    -���   ,.-~  A'    ~ r' ,.     A ,"      ���,'"'.      ���"      -.     ,     ' "f.  'If'   "' *.   l I,District Rej;jHtrar,j,  fortunes inherited should be .-'regulated   Land'Rosistry-Offlce, .Nelson, ih'c. . y-C?��&?,**,  ���Wholesale Wines, Liquors,-   y- '",'  ah"d Cigars..' ���, - , ��� * ,. ,;   -    - "���  ^ i'- -   ���.     - , .  Meets" every   WtJneU.iy at   8P.M.  DR.  HABVIE, '   .     J. II HAWKB,"  Worthy Prea. Worthy Seci'y*  Harvey   t&  r���McCartei%  ' ��� -" r i      j  i  i *  Barristers.' Solicitors, Notaries, Etc. <*  A       ,** ' . ' . ���  s '     r t     >  Cranbrook1,   -��� - 7B. C.  ORANBROOK,  ir       fl'' ' ^ ���������  ^British' Columbia.  '    *   V - ' T ' ' ,  h   I" ,  , "II, f. JUcLeod,'^  ,       , ,      ,   ������   . ,.    .-')     15th March 1906.  .by  law and   the incomes* should , be-  .      f     .   -      i    *' *-.  limited. ^.This is a long s'tridej toward  Bocialism^and all but very rich   people  *���     *���' '     -.      .,-..-' . --.      .   i  rflhould say "Hear, hear I"     -,.'-. ,-  *"' '���'."'   M*   '"'        > *\ V.^   ,   ,.,.'  5.,  San Francisco  is'practically, annihilated."'. But it will be' reconstructed,  lr  I ,'    -       S'     "      t ���  .V,  "f*   andconsinue to-be ODe of the  great.  ,  cities of America.*'; All its railroad and  * " ,      .'     [-;,      ."A,   , V ���<-*  rA   boatconnections'-are* intact,"   and "ofi  "*'   -   rt ������ . v - . . -     *y.     , -      '   -   ,  , necessity it must 'continue  to ,be the'  . . ,  *     A *        ���A ' * *  fetlilp %"'  ���*-'-;      t7.ohief distributing centre ror Ihe'cen-  '.    -^PtV. -'   .--   ,,7 tral Pacific co��8t.^Its  ne���-   ���-���*-���  ,    ,"^iyCLisV.     ,.,.    '' 7, ���*. time rivals 'are, 700 miles  away, f and  ���?    ' ,tafisi.j��*.i. . ^ *   -.��..-' ftlong the^entire expanse of-coast'from  ^     ~1/-i*~ **j[I(-l    ^  ,�����TrV.-LOWNEY, Prop.  W. F.aURD,,, ���, v.  BAR1UST1IK, SOLiqiTOK, KTO."  CRANBROOK.  ~te'  *,.r'B..Q,  �����#(    i  v    -  " <Mai*ajBw^at!rH!Wtw^A  -     , *        v.-    ���' "t/F'lN ^"Nr^ff'l'''.' "    ',  "<���    * r J *        -jeAAt- '-1'   a,' ���  s: 7 ^'C. H.DUNBAR v-'  Barrister, Solicitor, Ndtnry Public, Etc  ' , .   ft . .*<-.- ' '        .., '  ; ,1 .Cranbrook, "B. Qa+**  MINERS' HEADQUARTERS.   This hotel is  cleise  to  the "niTnes7"and  has  ;,"-j     rt  '   J, '    every ^Convenience for Workiug Meu." -.     * \    ,(1*,T*  ^  ,,", tra\Pacific const., rfIts  nearest   mari-  ^ ^ time rivals are, 700 miles  away,f a:  I'      i��$?M��'-ii'   *-,-���" "' "* ��lonK the'entir*? expanse of-coast'fro  l<"      sljiM-S "' ".'J*   '       -7'the Columbia river to,the Mexican li  I        fpia^J*, i   _r-t?   c     , ,,   v   ���>    ._ >.   . '   ,    .v..  ,i **����.,. >  C ".Li-Sj^'liff'r , '.  J ,J?*   '   .     '      '    fhflrA IO  nn ' nf.Vlor     harVtnr  n>f    on fflnin  fif'W'"vVf"t ' '���".   ' there'is.no;other 'harbor of sufficient  ,      A|^-&-*^    '**     ���-*  .     .   7^-CNOTXcE-^A-^y-j  Notice is heroby given' that *Ixty days from  date I intend^.to apply j;o the ,Chief Commis^  gioner of Lauds and v/orksrfor permission, Co  purchase the*;following described, laudsdln^  South East Kootenay:. -' V ' . ' /vd; - '' '.-A  i Starling at "a poiiit marked .G. a'.'"Passmore's  North Wsbi corner post, planted ou the South  side of tha'Crdw/s Nast Pass Bailway "between  the 42 and 43 irfilepbsts'o'f said'railway; thence  'eastparallel to said .track a distance of 30  chains; thence ^south atright'angles 23 chains;  thence westat right.angles 30 ohains;'thence  north alight angles 23 chains Co point'of com-'  mencement,'conlalninE(40 acres", more or less -"  A*Da'tod at^CurzonABritlsir.Colum'jia.'in ��asV  Looteuiy, February 28th, 1906.',-f".'' V ..�� ~\ ";  '" ."   '    '\-\ "A",        L\eA* ' Q. A, PASSltORE.7  ...    ,,   -,     , f ,*orSale. { , ,   '   -,7V  ', The"!pUce known'-as ,the  DilL'millj  ranch, 320 acres, good barn and house,  ---���--' " "A fr! _   v , ���   .   n.  --n i^  South Victoria St. ��  MOYIE  B.e  *-. r  *. V  *  fj^||r>  ,     '  ,i*-^fi "-\  J J- u it6,-Jtir  J.ir f." .,   -   *���  ^ '*,,* -.'  M'  ,V '.A  . .< * I  r  depth and safety, to warrant; the build-  ing' of" great   seaport.,   ','""7; .""'  . "f. "   I    ' ft '  - Vancouver World; '^Nero, who" was  ���a violinist,, fiddled  as  Rome  burne'd.'  records  history.    Mayor   Schmitz   of  San Francisco is a violinist of  repute;  -. *-   ' ' * r  but he "hung.up tthe fiddle and'the  bow" when the calamity struck San  Francisco, and went bravely to work  to aid the sufferers and check the advance of the flames.^ Wo wiuld  rather bo a Schmitz once than a Nero  a thousand times. The name of the  emperor is shrouded in infamy. That  of the mayor  is   emblazoned   in, the  J. (a  electric light of the approval of his  fellow-citizens aud the rest of tbe inhabitants of the earthlp sphere. Long  live Mayor Sehmiiz1  ; .y--.;- ,-Appiy to.,.  ;!,  ���    -7 A "-''' J.-E. Crowe, A  Moyie; B.-'C  Laing's, Barber*, Sliop:  x Opposite Hotel Kootenay, <  Sharp rRazois, Clean Towels and. Good  1 *   .Workmanship: .*  f Walter B. Kaiko,. Proprietor.  ���THE-  Rhoamatic Piling Kelievcd-  The quick relief from rhpumatie^  pains afforded by Clmmbelain'a Pain  JJii}j�� ljas surprioed aud delighted  thousands of suflferero. It mikes rest  and s'.etp possible. A great many hav't-  been * permanently cured of rhcu  niatism byt tbe use of this linimimt,  For bale by tho Moyie Drug .ind Stationery S( ore. *  Uti Ui  ii  Wm. Jewell  yExpress and-Gener-  *, al,-: Delivery * * Busi-.  'VxipssKi.'tiivery, 'and  i^Fee^L'gjfca^le.   ^<    *'  ��� 4\' :X''<<7;'   ''!:!"     7     '   . .  ~-      . ,    -.Leave Orders at  .7BURNS ���'& m  .**  '   WHOLESALE ANJU    BETAIt,  ��� ,^J, J..&..V X 'AA}.  ���Jf "*~ "Gwynne'b Store.  MOYIE "'  British .Coluni'iia.'  MuKtEANING!-  -*-. fr  ' '"^dThen'yoii'll "'want .f-cime' paperinp  a l .^and-paintiug dono^to freshen up a  . '^bit.   Let���me  give .you 'an    ecti-  .    mate ' ��� '  S. - R. . WORMINGTON,  ' -    - ' PAINTER. ,   *     ^  MEAT     MERCHANTS  ..- '  .Fresh   and Cured Meats, Fresh    ,.  , "Fish, Game "ana Poultry."We   "v  i '   *    i  '       *A       ' *�� -. "*'   JJ-i.     -  il   supply  only, the .best.   '..Your ,  .        * 1    V'     '     <       'Jl . ���', v      4   "  ,, -- v      - -.-   - 'ry;-/' v1*-* -*i   *"  trade solicited;-  ���*.    ',   ,     .���",'-  *   r   -     r*  l      ' ' "' .  DE.,f!b. MILESj:''  ��� ������-&. >.   i,        r'      .f   .  -��� '       ' i '..-   "- ��� ��� '  Oranbrook,,  ^   . >B<)'\C.  ,;      ~ ��� : ; '  George R: ThompsonV '.-  BABAI6TKJI, SoUCITOR, ''No  '���*.   -     ���    tary 'PuHUC.^itti.  '"    , -,    ,"  OReVNBROOK. dfBiiiTiB.-i CoLvamA.  MAIKBTS.  DKSACLNEEK BROS,    Props.  Lar*<e sample room\ in connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of accommodations.  Headquarters  for" ��� Commercial and Mining Men.  <> -   <    > '-''-'   -,*".-''  ejTTEENS  AVKOT7E, MOYIE,   B. C.  s, (s       A'/   " i     "' '  r  In   all;the   'Principal  \      ,   "7,7.77 7,'   "   ���.V'iVJ.-*A. ,. ,  Cities" andV, Towns" itf  ���    i" i  British Cplumbia. '''������  - mOyie, b, c. ��� 'i  If you want-a/good-suit  -1, "of" clothesfgo~to "?:a  i:::0..A.iFOO'T  "  I  v* ^      ��S       1  Comfortable  Rooms  and  Best of  Table Board.  J. A. GOUPILL, Propr.  E.&. SWYNNE  *��� . '.  Cigar.?,       Tobaccos,,    Confectioner}  1     Fruits, E-c*  FARRELL BLOC^, Vicior'  PREST PHOTO CO.  Ckaxbrook and Moyik.  'IMCEROHAN3?.- TA.ILOR':  * * -  * .       ' ^. *    -, (---*(���    f --' .*  " ' '���  vA_nd'.Gents'  FufiNisiinit."'"*. J  '"'f ��d |, fAg^nt ulso^ornthoftf" I "\  House; of IDaBBerlin  t 1 1  .: '  - Cloihiflgi    s.  Suits  from; $18   up  ' (UNION* SHOP.")    '   '  MOYIE,. B.C    *" '��� s  BUY YOUR  To-bacoo^.  fi , Write', fhei   C/anbrook   Coojicrasivb   Rtof'jil Ltd.    For   imltsrr  , ���ariionn��iug'to"'fi;fjO,or,over, X rci.rt'TcnWtivc'uflhe linn, will' ciill ��'  ��� iloyje.with'Ci'.Miloguc and .Wilis "i��;*,nT��- rcpw\>hle   o.y JiU-'noodB m  [urnittye liiie.'* Afcelepiton^ojiirbo'tnfidtt in yoor'i[��wn horn",  A**,, Pmnipi tihipnient  will  b^Luiinlc,   u*id   fj*?ifali.t   pi.e-jaid  to j��m"  ���"Stnlion."       "���*. '       ,'"_"-*''   -. ,'f   ".*���"-" ','"''  ** .,-i r'l  *(   "���'��',    - '  Gran;broo!f^C:oJ|i8rafi��  J- '' -7 ^   0 y.f,-V:;-��l^IT^b.fff aV ^'Vv^'' "    '  *��� j* -. ---'>    *'     ,o ,    *-   -*    j   ���''' i i-'-*   ,*,-> i ���--    *" * f,v" ',5,   ,-  ���   ' .    .   ' s   * -*M  v. , WI'NDb.W-S   ^-TD:J366SlS      ; '  "* "        v *     '    '- '     "*- >   , f  . r       ,  " Made'ia' British  Co-u-n^fi.1,   7, *    *  ^   .  /*v *  4S ���:  J)etKil* Wi.rk  a .Sprci.iSty vrrli U--.  XUMBEIl jLATH   SHINGLES,  Sliipmonis ii' Slra'gbt and llutil Cmloadc  A. 1.   McKILLOP  SEWING machine:  ROLLER 8EARINCX,  '���'.**   HIGH GEADB,  A^SAYEli  NELSON,  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  v NELSON, B. C.  jioarciing and Day School  coneiucl  ed hy Uie Sisters of St. Joet-ph, Nelfioii  B.   O.      Commercial     ant)    busiriPSr-  coursea a  specialty.    Excellence   unci  swift  progress  characterize  each  de  parlnieut.    Parents   should   write   for  particulars.    One month   assures   the  public  of   the   thoroughness   of   the  -���Sisters' methods   of teaching.    Terms  commence Janusrv,   April  anel   Sept.  Pupils are admitted duriuir term.  FROM  A. Be Stewart & Co.  Adpnt   for   Crows'   Nest  Steam jLaundry.    .  �� s * ' ' I ,',l  _ _ J_r__ ;-7_~: v|  /IS'     CRANBROOK SASH AND DOOR CO,   9  AS '  CRANBROOK,. B   C.  BFCrXXINij FEB, 15, l'JOC  THROUGH  TOURIST  ,    SLEEPERS  Eycry Day In   Tho Ve.ir Between  Seattle And Chicago  vi.i   the  Great Northern Failway  Tho   Cninlorlpblc   W.iy   "Kouie of  Ibe   frtinouti Or.enti-.l Luniu i\  For detailed information,   nete-ir,  oic ,  call on or adrt-es  *  \  f  nil Y\  htpf ���  P. F. JOEJVSJOft^'1'  RAILWAY  BEST' Til, BEST SERVICE I  <g This Hotel is New and.well Furnished  The  * Tables are Supplied with the Best the  * Maritet affords. The Bar is Filled with  | f ' the rest Brands of Liquors and Cigars.  EAST, via I"�� rt Arthur to  WINNIPEG, TORONTO  MONTREAL and NEW  5 ORK  Viu. So-j Line to  St Paal, iEiaplis ���  On'y line connectintj w.th   LTMITED  "*   TRAINS  HEADQUARTERS   *?OR COMMERCIAL  AHD MINING MEK  MOYIK _____ _ TIItlTISII OOLB��BI*  it. Pil 10 Gfijcap  u  DAILY TOURIST  SLEEPERS  E.ist DunmorO  function  ATLANIJCS    S. AGEncy  NEW S  S. GREAT BRITAIN  I'loOO Testis, 570 feet long  To QUEBEC    MAY 10  VfejSPxrmmm^SBmmaMmmiBaHtt %  l/T  ���J*iu  "S3  r*  For    full   pHrti.ul-.ri    apply   to   local I'  agent or write  ���,_,,. ! J- Attwood, Agent, Moyie.  H.   L.    B'-.e-kstotie Agent G. N, Ry., , j.s caeibu, e. s. ooilk,  i ���  11  A*j   m eh* hy tho   pr<-sr'ut  brewer   is   niimittrillv   *--B  ___j| Brut  Beer in Kiist Koofuny.  Willi thc Best Malt ncJ  .tlio Putest Spring W.Uer it is unexcelled for equality.  | IeiHit on having Moyie Beer,  Bottled and Draft Beei*.  Dint, I'liflfi. Ag&  MoUou,  Ain't  Vaiicou\or,  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor,  MOYIE, 3 0,  ^W&����ttk2^.BaiP^aji^


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