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 _r��*t~~*~t*>r -r'-V'  *^1J!P  ii4 ]^Lt  V   Q>  {* -  /  v^  .V  7--1  '41  iiffe  'j-\ii  ��� OV(J  lotBisg Sew..-; 'Tis Simply This,-We E*  "���, 4end to You a���  1 HlKO- fl  L*to��-'  =*?  The Shareholders Get  $70,000.  abuts' furnishings.,  ���""J-TSSS���-  ' 'CUKAD1AN �����   <>f * ^s��^  '       f \rw'OaDital   $8,700,000. , '  Paid UP Capital   * ^ 500$000  .Reserve,      % &300Q,000 cnov. 30,'o:i>  -Total Ifesources   - ;?����uuu?w    ,  �� '��� ' "i"   I'resnni Bate 0r Interest 8-per cent.  , Deposit* Halved.    1r���s-i g   MMP&S. MGR  '   Midnight Mass.   ,     !  ' o ,    -  The   Moyie   Catholic    church  was  thronged to the doors Christmas Eve.,  bo largo was   the   attendance  at   tbe  celebration of midnight mass,   Fatuer  Choinel, assisted by acolytes,- oftoated  at the service which was both so lean  and impieesive.    The.intoning ol   .ue ^  mass by tbe   celebrant   and   the   re-,  spoaeos.   of  the   choir   gave   a   line  rendition   of - the�� beautiful- service.  Tho music and singing was , excellent, j  and reflected the highest credit on tbe  choir and its directress,  Mrs.   Cronm.  Tho solos in the mass and the Adeste  Fedelies were sung by   Mr.   and   Mrs.  Proulx,  Mr.     Laugauie,     and    Mrs.  Bonner.' The other  members  ot   tae  choir were Mrs. Stewart,   ,Mrs.   GhU,  Mits Kiedewtadt, Miss McXeill,  Mrs.  Shea, Mrs.   Thompson,   A.  P.  Macdonald, Jos. Niederstadt   and   J.   L.,  Gibbons.    Father Ohoinel preached  a  Bplendid-aermoh, which   wan listened  to with'   marked' attention.   At   tne  collection over *U0 was   raised,   which  'will'be applied   to   the-  debt, .of   the  church. " '_ ~    '. ,    Christmas Tree.  ���The membewol the Moyie Methodist congregation gave a very successful  Christinas tree entertainnieafc;m. taeir  church Monday evening, There was  a big attendance, and   standing room  ���r��g"A YEAE  \^^^^BEOB^^^SSB^!^^^^SS!^S!m^^i  fai St IK II  The New Pump is Working  '  Satisfactorily, and Mine  '    isinsFullBlast..   :  ' The $70,000 dividend which was declared at the meeting oiclhe .directors  of the St. Eugene Consolidated Mining  Co in Toronto on November 8th last  was paid, on the 15th inst. There are  several stockholders, in 'Moyie, Cranbrook androther East Kootenay towns  and Aey received their -chec-uen dur  ing the  past  few  days. "This is   the  o '   ( '  In the past has Joeeii to supply  1 onlv the BEST GOODS to our customers at the LOWEST PBIOBB.  The steady increase in our .business and in the number of our  customers shows that this is recognized by the majority of tne  people of Moyie.  If you are one of the few who have not patronized us during  1901, it will be to your advantage to do so-during' 100,.  With the coming year, by a continued strict attention to  TbuTness -d" a close study of the markets'; we will, save  dollars for you. ' '       -  aee and soliciting a continuance of, tliur, la/or.,  w  them all Health, Dappinea-and   Prosperity  .during   1900.  .cEacner  ���AND���  lie ';  IU___,    l"0       __.,.*" �� *  thud dividend the company  has   paiu  and makes a-total, ol   $280,000.    ���  Tho new    Worlhington   compound  ' ,   ���_ 1 ���-   ,nnnr>ll.��      in-  ���LOCAL-NEWS.  Dance tonight in Eagles' .hallf  ,             ���, which was" recently   in-   a big attendance, anil   canning  ,  m       iomght in x,��B-��  ���  duplex pump wnicn *,,aj  i^^y                 b           ���������.-.     TherC'waa good ��           '  .       ,     ,    -u   rSOnon   next  .tailed is doing good work  and is giv-   was at a' premium,    mere           ��-       j Tlie Moyie school will   reop  �� allent .satisfaction..  lUworks  with   singing by the children   and   hey also .      ^           t    .  u~se  and throve   water at the | gaYe recitations;,   ec,     lbJ" ^ ^^         ^              Oran-  rate of 2,500.'gallons per,minute.' The  water is forced to the top of the mill  in a 14 inch steel'spiral pipe,   and  tne  guvs ic��,"" >    ���      ,      . ��� ,    j  well loaded with presents and  nobody  WaB overlooked.. Santa Clause   chanced along at the proper time and made  ���in a 14 inch steel spiral pipe,   ana  iu��  ceu uiouS *��- i���r    u ial and  '   \   ;   �����   f,,oWk-'ind  the   pumpUhe presentations.   A subBtanti^i *  plpe between tic U :ud ^   ffeU!deserved purte  was presented   to  TT *"  �� in  axmm Addition. _  Oil  Prices  as Low as  A9Yo  ,T. W. HTCH, Proprieto  *  .^������^-=<^2^==--- ~~      Z-.^^rjj    -vjJ-i-O     Sl-ffl^-  isi-5  id  5  pipe uet��Bv," ���..-  - - _   t  is ]G inches and of the same material  YThe pump throws suflicient water for  all purposes and tha>H is no longer-  dependent on the Humes. However,  the Humes., will be used when the  water is-plentilul, at which time the  pump will be slowed or shut down entirely.  There arc again nearly 300   men  on  the   'payroll.    While    the    mill  was  running  on   half  feed owing to  the  shortage of water,  a largo   reserve^ o  available ore 'was  accumulated;; and  until this is disposed of there   will not  be many more men put on-    The    St.  Eugene is starting the new  year   witn  l everything   in  shipshape,   and 109a  promises to be   a    record breaker for  the big property  Dancing Club.  ' The dances given by the Moyie 'Jiuh  are fining J-.i pw; .Ha.n-y, .ia_d .U.: on-  -iron   Thar^by  ..w-ninc;   wat   uet.Pi  '-, .-ii'-'to -Ik    ball   bein.u  than u'-u !.-s   ^' ��� nf> |l  *u*  cnJ/.'iued   for  iu*~\l Xlmiauf-y   o\euuig  there"will 'be  no  danc,-  by   the  club  ^  ���   ^. i,..i ��� ,i,,ifc>  will  br-  given  next weeK., but i. -...mew  ��.-������ n  well deserved purto was presented   to  M r, Lewis Thomas,,the'pastor-  From a Simple Scratch,  j Hf Hawke and wife   were   Cranbrook visitors the first   of, the   *eek  METAL. MARKET;   '     ���  New  .York���Bar silver,    61| cenlc ,  Lead, $4.20.   Zinc (speltort $4.75.  London���Lead, ��12 16s 3d.  Tbe Herald Annual.   -  jjewis iuu-"��' f      ���    .   w,,_.n  dist chnrohVspent Thursday m Neb-on  MisaCeliaHoH iB .np'trom   Frank  visting^th Mr. andMrs.P. T.Smyth  Mr    and   Mrs.' Thos. ,  Bader   and  daughter    Were    up   Jrom  ^nssey  Ul'.nesthhweetonavisit.    o  '   a,��'KinE while looking  after'the I     Don^ forget the club  dan^i^Uie  installing of the pump aud pipe at the  St. Eugene  one  day  this vyeek  accidental}* scratched'the thumb of his  left hand ��� on  tlie thread .of   a   pipo.  Blood poisoning set in .and  bis   band  ancl arm  became  much swollen, and  for   a   time his case was somewhat  serious.   However tho danger   is   now  over and Mr. King is out and on  duty  us before.  ���ook visitors me uiou   -,���.-, ,,     The Christmas edition of the ,Oran  Lewis Thoaos, pastor of the Metbo-1 brook Herald this   year  surpasses _al,  J.   , ..���u.-���.,ar,h Thursday in Nelrfon. ..jj.'.  Johnson, the .contractor, has   ^        ^'.^ ^ arUcle in ihB editioQr  his home in    Nova   Scotia   to ���    handled   and ya   interesting  Corralled a Finksrton;  Eagles'     hall     tonight.    Everybody  invited. ,, .  D,3.JohMo?,.beiCOntracto,,iba=  left for  make a short visit.  A L Franklin, the barber, ^ont to  Nelson thio week to meet his wife.  Thevrsturi^d heme yesterday.  ��� The ice.on the bay norih[cf town  was sufficiently strong for skaUng a  day or,two, hot thc recent chlnook  has opkiled if-  previous efforts. It has forty full .size,  pages, and the cover which was made,  in Winnipeg is �� beauty. Its pagej*,-  are brim full of interesting wnteups.qi.  the mining; lumbering , and ' farming,  resources of the district, and there-at*  several 'interesting .articles, on tbe  pioneer clays of South East- Kootenay.  Almost a page is devoted to Moyie and  her mining and lumbering industries.  .-.   1 5 ._    li.k   ywlifl/-\rV  Constable Houth   had  real   livo  the  indy    John-bori    ia  n0\:   m  Ooeur d�� Alenes.  He is_ contemplating  Pinl-crlon detective in jail on    Christ-   "-. Uo,Ao to r1Ve  -xia- ��l,.y.    He had been working  on   a   ret    ,. .   ^^  ���ca.,,,o��.etolhcre,l-.avpi-.roii   a   sprde I     _W-'io Aire. ^  will have  is   -well   handled   and ,io   interesting  reading.    It is profuae with. halftone  cuts,.and ?tho   many   advertisements  are  par   excellence  in   typographical  art.    Josefih   Ryari   v?ho contributed  most of   the- reading   m&tter   has   a  fluent: easy style; and, be has  shown  himself a man of ni^tban   average  literal    ability, ^he   edition   from  cover to cover is atiove  criticism, and  no one  but'a man  familar  with   the  business can   grasp   the   amount   of.  work connected with  its   publication-  cLbXj        "J- ^ire Insurance  -Upon the necoaaitj of o.m>^ ^ffa^  lo.���ri5��.    "  iSL.3-^^-a       "4" ��� "rf.E �����!, a suataowo lot prompt,.  :U you vant IaS��u���0 ^�����t v^m-t !����.. ^  and speedy eeu^mtn.   ���     .  SB. ftOtfliM��-.     M0,IE.  * /~.-r  ^:.,   _��� ^w&sxx*"^  !J\ A Is i3110 0 IS- ��� , ��� M^^��r_*__����2S-^i:^*~      ���   in the hallthis evening   to  dance   vhe  old ypar out wnd the new year   in.   .,  Shooting iiafceh-  ��� Tlie Movie Gun Club will hold a  shooting match at the' rango in the  north end ol town nest.Monday afternoon     Thc match will bo ior o.nckena.  aiiJst.nrodoiT at Movi-, to put ti.e  Amslimg touches ro it. He had a  ?0'tt:h oi the "juumier/' ,i:id Louth  locked him up for ��� ��a[o keeping, and  aeot liimonhTs way the following dt:y  lew Custom Officer,,  i?.   II.   Bmali    having    purchased  the ' Cosmopilitan hotel in Cranbrook  has tendered his resignation as local  customs officer. Harry White of that  town'had   be&h  recommended as   his  successor by tbo   Cranbrook   Liberal  executive,  f^S  js.mo      b���<~ ���                               ��own.    See our  union  We carry the host range o^'1^1 ^^ beauties,  xnaUo-PBimsor tiib  -M-   Doit  now.    Send    your  Christmao  order tone and we'll iiU it to  your entire satisfaction or refund your money  Our catalogue will bo  mailed   to  you  upon   request,    Artcleo     bought  here  iwi,l     be     engraved    free.    Will   not  Uimraulceto  to do   engraving   within  | Two or three days of   Christmac.  W, H. WILSON.  Jeweler. OltANBPOOK  B. O.  jS 0 >V  "���; ' ',"'-'.��� .���,-,.%'���. .-��:���..������-' -,:v~^.���  ___;__,. i,-.__U^^^='-,s?S2'!S2  6  m  tr~ - -.-,    '      .   ,s ..$4,000,000  CAPITAL, vA��>hO"^)' - - * ���; ' ;   .^3,000,000  ���'; catital, craui v��),���;;���.'^ .,c,$3jooo,opq   ���,  ���  -a, '"   -___--> TTt C.1 f 1 ^ ���  #'*   ".  * "   "'"  * "'*       -' V" *'  1  ifE^li-OFFlCE, TOKOIf O'^^^yice.prep and -(Sou,,Maii;  ^   ^f&iUTT,PreBn P^Jf^^F^? Chief Ins^cto,  B.^T.AMiswntbc  ���   -_>'     -^    A-��eneralbMMr:c.biidi.  ���   ���.   ,ifc   . i       .:...!--'"-   -t:'T''-"-���  '���"������'<("". ,      ,,      '  i   �����-,   l1<',/lt���>^^���^T,'���.,'1  it1  ��''  ������������$  ���J  3  'J. Jfaley  okey,  ��u��� that the tkating eeaoon ia at  hand an affort ehould be made to  orcanisea hockey clnb. Moyio has  .ono "ood material to choose from in  getting a team together, and no time  should he lost setting down to  buuneoE. __j ���  Biroh��Barr "Weddinff.  Edward Barr, a blaksmith at the.St.  Eugene, and Miss Birch, for some time  employed at the Manhattun hotel,  were united in marriage at Cranbrook  last Saturday: They will make their  home in Moyie. ..; ������   -   . ���������". ;���'r.���������������.;������>'.. .-  " i,..i       ��� mi    i��"i>m      <w���nrnTl  Ciargooti^^.haiian  hotel  dining  room alter the  "flrat W the year.  ifyci ��v*nt a'gciA: ah-vo .orphan*  cut, goto * practical barber ~. ^  ���Frankhti, Stone huihling, baa hac. -0  years experience.  Mr and Mrs. Wni. McSicholl of  Leihhridge spent their Christmas witn  llr.Cai.d0]Vlrs. H. Cameron. ^i'-  McNioSoll has charge of the Mo.Me  Lunger Go's yard at Lethbndgc,  Webster Burton and Sam Spears  the"'two popnlnr clerks in E. Campoe 1  &Oo'�� store, journeyed lo Cranorop^  on Christmas Day to get a touch o,  metropolitan life and to breathe .he  ozone q! the banana belt. ���  ~Wt J. of M. to- Appeal.  Olairas a Forfeit.  Messrs. Taylor & O'Shea ol  Nelson,"  solicitors  for W. Eenwick,   hay^   en-,  tered   suit    to   recover   from, Victor  Rollins of Cranbrook. the sum of $200,  ���Kollina was   the   stakeholder   in   the  race arranged to come off at Cranbrook  between  Kenv*ici<   ,and , Mitchell^oi,  Fernie.   A gamishoo   summons ^as  served     on    Bollins   for  the money,  deposited in tho interests of .Mitchell.  The race iras called off and Eenwick's.  money was returned  to  him,   He  is  now suing to recover the $200   posted,  bvMitcholl, which he-.-.clains   is   forfeited, according to  custom   in   Buoh  matters.  Af&ciafe(i--ifoards=  rrrr  1G  .;L-i_-  ^y^:^v-���,,pKf-c-intoreBtallowed .on to^.^,_^-  SAVmeS'BfiAB^BW.,"->plrtr-c,i' CanacloTtJnitcd-Ctatec ^  t)raft8:soldra7ai^b^^r,n ��� iveii tp.obiUjctionB. .  Surope. ��� Special atttu- .   -   pi^KHAM, Manager.'...  I    \.: ���������./,��� ���       , .��� *m*-^&^j^^.s>t^^x^^:::!iAx^^^^  ���9  .PAINTERS,  .iii:b sigh Wyitiug a #cialiy:;^iolc;  sale.arld'rptaiV.dealers.nw+ll^^^  ilia Eniilioh, Ar^r-bHr.   !ini!  ^^-^-.  ���r/iriufactttfe. ... . .-;    .   ,���    .....    ������,  Bam pica sent, ou application -and  u&iimates futhished on all'-'kinus. ol  woi'kin our line,.  ���Armstrong i*ve.  Stop at THii.  ���nuNBftoq^ *  ,-ZJL ��� ~*-* *  li, ii. SlW-Ablij iVluiiaftor.  Good rooms, goud tables and .bar,  and urst-'clasi* oample rooms.  Word    oomco ' fioin   Denver,  Col.^  that   the   executive of   the   Western |     Th" ^^.j^st^pf the Associ  Federation of Hinorc   has. decided  to  ^ ^^ ^ Trado-vnll^bo  held  n  appeal the judgement obtained aSam,t   Nol80iM,urillg th6 Uitc: part .of .Jan-  ihellossb-nd union .by the Centre Star, ^^ ^   the   fom   ^ of   February.  mine, if neceosary cardyiag the ca.sE w> (rp^ .y^omoa of ^ , duty , on .lumber  tbe privv council in   England.    b.   o., ^ ^ ^^ o{ ,hg pfiuciriii IfJSUca to be  ing filed.    _,   Legislature Telj. 9tK0s.  ; the'date of the opening of Uio_ Pro^  viacial. legislature has been a**jji����  decided upon. It will- mqet on r/nur?-  day, February 9th, .  .       Watson Btock Od-/   y  i -Tjie -VYaiHbn Stock Company, cotri.  I prising nfteen.people, will play *&**  I nights engdEement}% he Sa^es. ^  ���neyt weetf J beginninK,Tlmrsdn5 , Jan ���  'u'irv 5th,    Tho ...thrse " playa  ��fiU .be  "jU   the .. Westerner," "Th?, Parish  Prest" and "Charley's Aunt,."r   Seats  Jre on    ie  at  the  Postoidbe   JJrng.  Z��� Served    seats,   $m    ^��  gompahy is fwell sposeu  ot hj -the  press,  t>: thi' s"psr.wi' cc*;**-? of icK-r'T-  ��� ��� ror.r R7:r,"EE,-a!'KJBictisrBti :.,..  ���"���������''.; ���.'��� TXT-'rEORAlE.'  '_";.,   .' ���',- ���  ci^ovo%}i)�� ^^ �� :wm  ordered^ Vr; ATid��v^  " S,v*^.y.0il:i-V- V;,;.:i i,i'age oi.U\o said Court,   thai.  0^.i^ra:^-5i�����?ei " 0mcial~ Admml_s;  CtHtO of S^HUl-'C  McCLlil-LAND ,;C1'   -JIU 11*  Estate.,ol tbe seM deceased ia roquir-d   x> ^  \ho clainior interest,, aud  �� stMonient   ��  ����-j  .account.; anc.Vth'J'.ni-.'.-urs-cf ^o kcli-.i./ (.u,an>;_  h AfteJ&ald ^st  mentioned  date th. Ad;  tlio c&huo Laving rcGfitc'.-'.o th'jsetelaimb oal> oi  whioU lie shall have-bad. a.�����e:. n( T,,.,.CTnber  Dated ntCaiubrcol-. this-ilst. daj ot DeoeiiiDer  1901' MArpayTMlGUSON ARM3TR0i*&,  ^!  \  --~.''--!,-*.l  '^*%K-^-a  j.�� ��ff*  t\%,  \Voni;iu2 Cured  uliH-y Pills.    ,  Slrong :-ltat?;-.u��:it by 31 rs. ,Tas. Hughes  of Jllorloy, Out.--She's Strong and  Healthy Once More.  .Morley, Ont., Nov. 28.���(Special).  ���What l)odd's Kidney, Pills are doing for the suffering women of Canada will never be fully known. It is  only when some 'Coura'geous woman  breaks the secrecy that covers woman ancl her _troutiles that a passing  glimpse of their great work is given.  "For this reason a statement made by  Mrs. J as. Hughes; of this place, is of  more than passing interest.  "I was a great' sufferer for four  years/' says ��Mrs. Hughes. "I was  treated -by five doctors and a, specialist from the XT. S. 1 tried nearly  every medicine I could hear of hut  hone seemed to do me any good.  "T was in bed for nearly three  years.- I had pains up my spinal column, in my head, over my eyes,  across iny back and through "my left  side. 1 took fourteen boxes of Dodd's  Kidney Pills, and now 1 am strong  and able to do a good clay's work,  thanks to 1")odd's- Kidney  Tills."  paltigp-xe^  Am^m(m^"'m'^:'^^:A-::Am-m:,-,mmm  ;-.-'-.AlthoughVther' centre; oL i nterest .af-  ��� tor the,,:.;CHifri^ge! on -"the ;Nortlv^;"Sea.;  "'"' fish iiig.'.-"'ft ee C "jwas y ��� q u i c It ly .���;���.",���; :f em o ved  -from-Hulb to/'iTjandon, ri-nd ;ls .noiw-at  i Vigo; tli-0':sacl",vGerenionie;s:Jof;;\tlie fun-  .': oral,:, brought ^about';, a?rgrea."L;publici  demonstration, ,,sa-ys ,ay.Lo;nd,oii:.:ca'ble^  ; gra in'. ";:;���; The ' rodte,; Avhi'ch ---.was 'nearly  :"tvQ;.fniles y  through 'the' v|5opiiiqus' V:clistricts';7 of  Wcst.H  ".���side;  Was .crowded;, \vitit''spectators;  ^-iMost'/of^the; shops ';wcu;e.- ��� shut; ���.'a'iicl  ^there;^veivev:ihafty,';: flags '-a t' half-mastv  ART OF  RAISING CHILDREN.  Duty of Parents If They Would Have ThcU  Offspring Iloui-t, Trutliful aud  Vlrtuou*.  To sum up within a nutshell the  art of raising a child, I should say  to parents, "Set the child a good example."  Children are naturally imitative,  and if they htive before them patterns of honesty,- of truthfulness aoid  of virtue generally they,- too, will  strive to be honest, truthful and virtuous. And still more readily ' will  they emulate vicious examples set before them. " .  The fault with most parents is that  they are too lazy to be firm in dealing with their children. Rather than  exercise a little patience in explaining to their' child thc reason why it  should act thus and not otherwise,  most parents will surrender to its  whims and caprices and by constant  indulgences render the little one self-  willed and headstrong almost beyond  control.  Be sure you aro right in opposing  tho child's wishes,  but then insist o"-  havihg*your ��wu waJ' to tllc ar��P oi  the flag.  I do not approve of punishment ior  children. To do good, as a rule, punishment should be administered only  in such a way, that the child should  understand the reason for it. And to  possess this degree of understanding  the child must have reached- an age  when punishment cannot be otherwise  than   degrading.  To degrade a child in its own eyes  necessarily deteriorates it. To whip a  girl of fourteen ineiitably tends to  degrade  and  debase her. ..'  Some of the best parents have baa  children, upon whom no .amount of  moral sutjision,and no extent of go0d  examples can have any beneficial influence." In "these rare cases thc fault,  of course, lies with the children, and  the' parents have no other ���recoursc  except to punish. Dut in punishing  there should be much good judgment  exercised.  The rod should be only for the extremely 'vicious���only for those who  display a malignant spirit, such as  tormentors of other children or of  animals.  KifEi^TIltriJLOOD'PlTRE.  XearlvAll the Common Ills of Life Are  Caused by  Weak, Watery and  Impure liloort.  Bad blood means bad health. That  is why Dr. Williams' l'ink Ulls  mean " pood ' health - they actually  make  new,   rich    blood.     Bad   blood  CANADIAN KIIA1X KATES.  J-'uvorable Comparison Willi Those of  U.S. "fioads by an American  Agricultural  Taper.  The following article is reproduced  from Farm, Stock & Home, one of  the ablest' and most careful of the  agricultural  papers    of    thc     United  A TEA POT- DRAW isr.-fi-^SssfJss  MK1  make  new,   ricix    mou^.     ^^^        agneuituiai  vm^*-    --  poisons the wheie system. The nerves   'ytatCs,  published at Minneapolis -  ' . .,   .    i:.-���,.   rr^nc     wrmur ,, .     .���     ���,-   ,,^   f-��rnif>i-<;   five   lllinKll  break down, the liver goc\s wrong,  the kidneys get clogged and inflamed, the heart flutters and jumps  at the least excitement, the stomach  loses its poiver to digest food, the  lungs are unable to throw off the  lingering colds, in fact the whole  body gets out of order. Then you  have headaches ,and   backaches,  can't  ,\. few  of us farmers are thinking  of going to the  Canadian Northwest  can't  eat and  and other-,,, tokens of; sympathy';.;' ;The  scene; hi'ltibVjle'fiveiuie. the ^residence  -.(if 'Captain.-George    Sinith;,;i;'rit  Crane!. ,:wrvii'....pit he tic-  '''Capj'a'iri^Wihitc,4,  the  "e>f',;':-'  -pray  ish.ec;  ,;,'"A t (:  .with  ��� ,; -si  ,'irom  /adjacent  'hi theii-  the  and Vi'mpryssiyo;:.:  './veteran j-h-a^pr'  ie"..���'^Fisli'erivseh.-s.v/ Mission,^���'��� read  Ts:::iiI'theX..hc>use,';;:theii; the ppl-  'eini:xbnhiv .beiu'lng^the,.legend.  rest,^-at> tlie  foot; "a:nd.- covered  ���berihtiful',U-;fld^  the,: window;;' -to - a; place; -ih; ;t!ie  "'  ' ''  sqiiare-' 'by:';:'Mierme'n  , .Chid:  blue icrseys.v������'.'. The ;,liand< ;of  .d"if fact,vin'  "all ���..cases'".'1 thinlcft..wis-  lhe local branches of the Order of  buffaloes was'drawn up in the hl^iari;  and played "Lead, Kindly Light."  Soon,, afterwards the coflm containing the body of William Leggoit. the  third hand on the Crane ancl a native of Yarmouth, arrived from a  friend's house and joined the cortege.  Amongst the mourners wa'3 Smith's  son, who was with his" father on,the  Crane at the time of the sad and  terrible occurrence. Tn thc vicinity  of the fish docks signs of mourning  were particularly noticeable, blinds  being drawn and thousands of persons lined the route to the, cemetery.  The mayor and town clerk attended  the service, ancl hundreds of wreaths  were received. The funeral precession  was over a milo. in length, ancl ��� in-  ���clurieil the blue-iacki>ts from IT. M".  S. Hearty, a number oi fishermen and  representatives of all the Hull public  bodies. Many pathetic scones were  witnessed at the graveside, and the  fact thatvLeggott's mother only  heard of the death of her son on  Wednesday morning elicited much  sympathy.  11 TC WAS A TiriUFTY/ SOOTCrLMAN-  Rohorl, Koss was in court at Fdin-  biirgh. on a process procured \v-, chis  vk'c charging him with desertion.  The wife testified that, they,were married seven years ago. and the fact  was kept from her mother. Ross prevailed upon her to con I imic with her  mother, as that would save him expense , When asked if Ross had ever  made ber any presents, she-said that  he had once given her. a purse, but it  did not contain any money. He had  also jjiven her a seen*, loot tie. but it  contained no scent. In presenting the  hitti-r, the wife testified lhat. Ross  i-.iid her mother would' bo willing to  purchase the scent.  CVN-YDA IS UN,EQCALLF.  , \ ��� . HORSF 'BRKKIJINC  'Lord StratSlcona 'pre.sicled- ^  annual nweting in London' of ti  lonial .Instifui ('.-.���'" .air.".'Spai*k-'i  ��pu|ier On th.' wealth'of (*a/.KLda.  agricult.u'ca.1 -country, -, and  n   i-'oi:  u, t s  go t  IiitV  t.    the  Cut-,  id  a  . as an -  said'-   be.  Canadians  I.'en'heron.' blood    and  on  to   I ro'l ting horses  that,   when  conv'iiceci  rid ol the  ���s atttmt  Canac'la will "become one of, The. fore-  .livost bprse-ljreeding- countries in the  world 1 -.Me . exjiressed surprise that  the British -C'-wveriiinenl. had -no-r.e-  iii oil ti t, depot. : in Canada-  ���S< rathcona said' that' the War  tin doubt would ,consider this  ter. ' ,      ,    '-.  est to "make the .punishment fit thc  crime." If, for instance, a boy  throws a stone at a cat or a dog the  best and quickest way to correct this  tendency is by whipping him. Take a  rod and give him a sound thrashing,  but jet so as not, to injure nor' disfigure him. By making him feel pain  you make him realize the monstrous  wrong of "wantonly inflicting pain upon  others.      ' ��� "  But if, to take a different example,'  a girl, in disobedience to her parents, goes to picnics, or stays out  late, or associates with unfit companions, it would he manifestly improper to whip her. TTi6'way to  make the punishment fit thc crime in  her case is to lock her up. By so doing you deprive her of the'motive for  doing wrong, while in the case of the  malicious boy the whipping acted as  a counter motive to. overcome the  motive supplied by the pleasure -of  tormenting the  cat "or dog.  But, as I have said, administer  corporal punishment only sparingly,'  for at best any form of punishment  is drastic and ought to be resorted  to only when-every other argument  fails.  If a child takes pleasure in" unfair  dealing <or lying, let tlre^father ask  himself whether he himself was not  guilty of inculcating that disposition  by his o**n example. IJow often will  not a father come home and at tho  table, with his children ,around him,  tell about his "smartness]' in oveib  reaching   a   fellow   man!  Tf a child hears his father exalt lying, dcccitfulness, unfairness and  double dealing, how can wc, expect  the child to grow' up to be ,'honcst,  truthful and . honorable?���J'oiin - B'.  ilcKean, Judge of Children's Court  of New  York City.  <iartor and tlio I5atl>.  The   intelligent   foreigner   could   not  understand   how  so  prudish   a  nation  a? the  English    could    have adopted  the  Garter and the Bath as the titles  ot its  highest  orders.   With   regard  to  the   Bath,   there   is a   greater'"puzzle.  Were  Knights   of  the   Bath   first    created   on   October   13,   1399,'    at     the  coronation  of Henry, IV'.,  and merely  revived   by   George  L,  in   1725,   after  long   dormancy?      Or   were,   there    no  ICniglits     of    'the  Bath   before     King  George?  The  solution is   probably  to  he   found   in   the   the   origin     of     the  title���the. condition���namely,  that the  candidate   for   knighthood   must   take  a solemn   bath,   being    instructed and  counselled,     while  in   the   tiath,     concerning   the order and feats of chivalry  by   two  great and  ancient knights.  Hut   as   this   appears      to   have     been  part   of   the   full   ceremony   for    ordinary   knight   bachelors,   it   is    possible  lhat   Henry's   alb-geil ' ICniglits   of  the  Hath   were  nothing  more.  feel   utterly  miserable.     Ancl   it   all   comes   from  bad blood, and  can be cured   bj-  the  rich,   red   blood    Br.   'Williams'   Pink  rills  sends coursing  to  every part of  the body.    Air.   Daniel   McICin'non,- of  Norf-h 1'elham,    Out.,    suffered    from  bad blood, but  has    been    made  well  and  strong    by    Br.   Williams'    Pink  Pills   after all   other    treatment    had  failed.   "Mr.   MclCinnon says:      "Until  last spring 1   had been  atllicte  a.,, weak stomach,   headaches  and kidney 'troubles.     At   times   I   was 'Completely prostrated   ancl   my  sufferings  were of a   most   severe nature.      At  different times- I   was treated'  by   no  l,ess    than   seven    doctors,    but    from  rfone' of   them    did   I   get more than  temporary  relief.      As   time   went   on  T became hopeless of ever being well '  again. Last spring a   friend.drew my j  attention      to     Br.    Williams'     l'ink I  Tills,  and   L  decided  to try  this medicine.     I    had   only   taken  four  boxes  when  T found   a  decided   improvement i  in my condition,  and'!  continued  using  the pills    until    I    bad     taken    a.  dozen boxes,   when    I    was    a    cured  man,   and' the   sufferings    1    had  formerly endured     weie   but.  a   disagreeable   memory.'   1   admit   being  an  enthusiastic   admirer   of    T)r.    Williams'  l'ink  Pills,   but 1   think'I  caus'"   for   my   enthusiasm,  always    recommend    them  friends."  .lust as surely as Dr.  l'ink Pills cure-d }lr. McKinnon they  can cure anaemia, indigestion, 'headaches, backaches,' kidney trouble,  rheumatism, lumbago, .schjuca, neu-  ralg.Ia. nervousness, general weakness  and the special ailments of growing  cirls and women. All these ail-  I morns comn from bad blood, and Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills can cure them  by filling the veins with new. rich,  red blood. But you must be sure .to  have tlie genuine pills with the full  nam.y. Dr. Williams' T;nk Pills for  1'alc People, on the wrapper around  every box. Sold by medicine dealers  everywhere, or by '.mail at HOc. a  box. or s-ix boxes for S2 50, by writing the Dr. Williams' Aledicine Co.,  Brockville,   Ont.  to settle, but we are told that if we  'get very  far from water, transportation  that  rail   rates  will eat up   the  profits on  wheat and    other   grains,  since the   rates  are  so  much    higher  there    than    on    our    roads    in   the  States.    They  say the -Canadian Pa-  'clfic having no competition can do as  it pleases in charging, and it pleases  .to get very high rates,  as compared  (with ours, and they are high enough,  the   Lord   koflws.j.'���Some North    Dakota Fanners.  J 'Answer���The Canadian Pacific  is no  more   monopolistic     than our  roads.  j {Tali a dozen roads may constitute a  ������limn   IllonoP��ly as well as  one, and a m6-  ._._���  ^.j.^   nopoly     is,  what' the   various  lines  'penetrating our Northwest have ever  iniaintained,    especially   as    to    local  ' rates.   But a few figures will  answer  your question.  I   The" grain ' rate, ' per  'from Port  Arthur,   the  'port,   including  steerage  .insurance,   to   Winnipeg,  lit) cents.    A  rate sheet  I Northern  road lying before us shows  that   it charges that much for around  a  140-mile  haul.    From   Tort   Arthur  to  Brand'on,    o6-l Apiilcs,  the  rate  is  1,'l     cUnts.      Thi -"  charges   tbe s��>me  i'Minneapolis, r2IS miles; a,nd for a  ���,*i2:j-inilc haul it chnrgvs BS. cent's,  jfrom ilinol, your Mate, to Alinne-  apolis. The Canadian Pacific, from  }!oosc Jaw. S2-1 miles, i.s IS cents,  while the Creat Northern charge is  2.1 cents from AVilliston, (> 14 mile.s.  The   Canadian  Pacific   rate   from   F.d-  CEYLON TEA in Sealed Lead Packets Only.  Black  Mixed or NATURAL GREEN.    By all Grocers. ��� b^  ware of Substitutes.  100 pounds,  nearest lake  charges and  431 miles, is  of  the  Great  *ynreaC     Northern  from   Burnesville to  Tho 'Canadian Pacific ltaihvay have  announced   their   18th   Annual  Incursions to fhe Fast, and tickets will ��**>  on  sale from  November  aSth  to   D -  cember  3Lst,   good   ��-o. return  withm  three months from date oi  sale.    11��-  C    P    B    in   addition  to  fchuir   cliuJv  service of  first-class coaches nnd  palace sleeping cars,  will'also  run tourist sleeping ears daily,  which will allow passengers an excellent opportnn-  itv'of making the trip to the Last in  o'reat  comfort.     A   pamphlet  dcKriU-  mg. the tourist sleeping cars has t>een  issued, a   copy  of which may be bad  on application  to  any  agent' oi    the  company,   The compuny will aX-,o run  tourist'sleeping   cars   from   the   Fast  to    Winnipeg,    daily    during    iMarch.  thus   ensuring    passengers    the   same,  comfort o"  the, return as on the  going journey.  v'sLUIC UCKK FOK HlCADAOlU-:.���Oil"  ious headache, lo which women an- more  subieci Hum men. becciMCS ���>'"> iu"ule in  sonic      MibH'cts      ihut     they     are   uiteilj  It seems to  us  th.it the  are not hah n��.  "1U0S<  T'littf":  ���*KKrHVa-i,  of summer, ..   ���s      .  ing os -the unexpected slick' spot ^  swalk in winter.  the sidei  KIlEUMATB^MCUKEb.  J us.   AlcK-ec,   Linnwood, One  Lachlih .".Ic^'b Mwliou. ���'. 11.  John  A.  McDonald,  Arnprlot, fc ���  C.  B.   Billing,  Mavklmiw, On*.'   "' t  John Mailer,  Mahono Bay, y ��  Lewis S. 'Butler, Burin. *sfld,  These well' known gentlemen a!;  assert that they "wore cured 4  MINARD'S LINLME;,NT.'  Must'  have  and    will |  to    ailing  Williams'  iinonton^v:; the"'-;  ��whea.t.-grow'i]-ig  centre    of     the    great. J  The stomneh ruiuM'h food,  is >u cwnsiant ami (h.stri-bhmg  free i lie .1'. oiji.ic ii from bile  become unduly sci-iotec'l thur��s.  Veuctnlilo I'ilis-ure a speody  luinjim-. ynxl ia neutrtili'/hifl the effects  of the iiitrmlintf lalf relievos tlu; pre^bure  on the nerves winch cuu>o the lu-adache.  Try   1 hem. " "  prostrated  and   there  ,-ifo:-;     to  which   1ms  I'arm clou's  altera ti\'e  Once in a while you nu-et a^-r  whose idea, of being a pati-inrT; Ki  to be talking abimt it al! tli. tr-.  MINARD'S L1HIMEHT EeliETES KsuRSa  I  ��� 'TUF BUSY  hA KKll.  llnw doth the  busy balva-'r n..in  Improve the  shining, miimt.j'  Ho nuikes a batch of pumpkin ;,-,���  Ancl .j)uts no pumpkin  in 11  district,    is   28  WOMAN" S B'REAM; BEADS TO A  FATAX BfSASTFP..  As a result ,01 a dream Thursday  night, Mrs: LiVzie Couet, of Chicago,  41 years of ape. lost her lifer and her  husband and infant 'child were fatally burred in a fire which partly destroyed JLhoir home. The woman  dreamed that her savings had been  stolen from a hiding place in the  1'ottoni of a sugar jar in the pantry._  Startled by the reality of' the dream,'  she took a lamp in one hand and her  baby under her' other arm, and  went to investigate. The lamp fell  from the woman's hand and exploded. ITer husband, aroused from sleep  in an adjoining room, made a bravo  attempt to put the flames out.' ancl  finauy succeeded with the aid ofc��.  mattress, but only atter he. as well  as the. wife,, and child, had been  frirrhtfiilly burned. Mrs. Couet died  while being-taken   to the hospital.  CATTLFMFN"  MELT.  Prominent   cattlemen     of    Montana  nnd    North     Dakota     rounded   up'   in  Fargo Tuesday   to  discuss    the    pro-,  posed  adoption     of    uniform   regulations regarding the treatment of cattle  for infectious .diseases.  The  meet-,  ing   was   called   by   Or.   Ramsay,   official   inspector   for    the    Dakotas    and  Montana,   and   it   is  planned  to   draft  cents  and the distance is 1.4G'> ' miles.  )!;inv more comparisons could be  ���p-ivei'i but, these are typical of all,  'and ihev applv to all our northwestern road's-as well as to the Great  i Northern." '     '���  |' It   requires   no    argument    to   ,con-  iiince  one   that   our   roads  can   afford  to   transport   grain   cheaper  than   the  'Canadian   Pacific' Railway   can.     be-  'cause thev run through more  thickly  'settled     regions."  creating  immensely  more traffic each way.  I   It is not pleasant  to  civc   Information   of   this   kind,    because  it   makes  one feel   it  is  encouraging  the migration,of  our people to alien  lands. Tfit  "the Lord knows" that this iournalls  not responsible for the si tun tion ...and  may be it will he'welL in the long   run  for the people to see who are or what  is  responsible  for at     least -one    in-  'ducement' to  many  of,them 10   i^cve  jn' country  that   thev  are supposed to  rule,   nnd   become  the citizens    of     a,  kingdom.  riTARGRP WITH   SMUG CLING.  Deputy   U..S.  Marshal     Stout    arrived  in   this  city  from   Portal,'   bavin   charge    J.   W.   Williams,    who    is  ; charged      with     smuggling     whiskey  'across  the  Canadian   line,   says  a despatch   from  Minot,   X.   I).      The    ac-  'cased     was ��� arraigned    before   U.    S.  Commissioner      Blaisdell,    of    Minot,  'and   bv   stipulation   his hearing    was  continued.      Williams     is    specifically  ehargc-d   with   smuggling   five  gallons  of   good,   old   Canadian  boo/.e   across  the line  from  north  to  south  I'ortal.  lie has   been   suspected  of   the   offence  for  some,   time,by    thc   collector    of  customs,  and  it is said that recently  he was  caught with  the lkj-uor  in his  possession.', Williams states    that    he  was sent after five gtoBons of whiskey  by a voung man employed in  a  hotel  near  the  boundary   line and   that    he  did-not  know     that    he    had   passed  over the line into  the United States.  When   taken   into  custody   by "the  oih-  c-ers    Williams,   who   is  a   big.   strong  fellow,   cried  like   a    child,  and    said  that i:\his wife learned of his trouble  it .������-���fjulfl kill her.   The inaximum penalty in  case of conviction  is one year  Sometimes we get, so interested in  showing others ' wherein they are  wrong.that we fail t.o mention wherein  we are right.  MOOTS um\m Cures Dandrnff.  When you see four young men at, a  fable in a, cafe at an f hour when they  should he at,work you may b"t what  you like-that one of- the.m is telling  what ii. re at men some of his atic.es-.-  tors wero.  llr" .1 U Kellotrg's liysenlPry ( orch.vl  is j.rei'iu-fd from druKs Kmnvn to th,-  prof.-ssii.n as thoroughly reliable' for the  euro of chnlvrH, dysentery, diarihoe.i g;i|>-  inc pains 11 ml suiimier coinpbunts. It tisis  been u.swl siu-c-ssfully by aiediciil j.rncu-  fving results. If sufTeriiig from any -?-:ni-  ni.-r cciiiidnii-.t it >* i"- Ul(' l��,��'!,c"?f  that wn! cure you. Try a bottle. It  sell*   fei' -2."i   ci'iUs.,  What She' Came For.���The senior  village gossip calls upon the second  in command of the brigade; of rumor  retailers. "I hear that Mr. Jones got  mixed up in a sensational affair the  last 'timo he was away.", says the  senior gossip, "Bo tell!" exclaims  the other, throwing, her hands up, in  .surprise.' And then, of course, the  senior gossip  told.  ���vlpUM-  Pile   1 errors    Swept  Av/ay-  Pir. Afriieiv-'s '(liniment Munti? ai yj  h.-tttJ us n. ri'lif\ei, healer, anil rti - i.r,  fcti" 1'iles in allv fojnls. Oau &,^ ,'i.'..,;  \s 1 'I givo coinlort in n few ii.ii,jI,v, '-','?���  tliiee t,.i nix days." a]>phca.lluii, fi. iro-.;  to directions, will cum ��_1jl-onic- u.^s .'.  ic-uno all itching ami huriiin^ .-.,:, O  case's  in  a day.    y.>  ceiiis.���T'J  It seems to ouf' lhat m a  novel the bigger the fool th  the bigger success  the hook, .a..-  BAIN IS A I'tlMSll.MIO.VT -V*.:  piotest of nauire .urain.st nc^'vist ��' ;-.  lio<lily lieulih. ii,4ains,t curi-l,'^: ������- .��  ff a riling the pln,sicul condition. I". - -  tha.-first oppoi-iunity and ink,'^ ,i, .>  abode in man and 11 is sum,'! in ���"��� (''-  i-alt to eject it. In;. Thonuis V< ��� ','  (li! will drive it out'ni short ord,-i !.,���  cannot. ��-t uy \ihere itis U'eil. l-u' r .-  diutely   fl"cs   ir.vny. l  Poor    relations    cannot   help  "V."  rapidly   when   listeninif   to   their   1  uncle asking the blessing over  the'  mily dinner. ', ,  i��l��  liii  Lever's Y-Z (Wise, lload) ViA.nu-ci-  ���hnt Soap Powder is holier ilum  other powders, ns it i.s bo'-^ WA>  and   disinfectant.  WMM  Horse sense teaches .\xm ,whn*.  right and mule sense helps .-sou  kick when you  do  not get  it.  -Yotir^Money   BacK  witH* Sunlight   So*v  l Snnlicht'Soap is  Runrar.tecd   perfectly  pure,  Rcnnin^   *ind   free^ frorn  I arfulSion-all deilcrs are authorized to return purchase money to unjor.c  finding cau-c lor complaint.  Therefore you lo^c nothing by trying  tSunligHt t^oap  ami you will agree with millions of other women that the Sunlight way is the  only way to wash clothes. . ,      ��    1;^,  S-i.ooo.oo reward \s ill be paid to any person who c.in prove that suni.���..i  Soao contains anv form of sulu'lerauon or contains any injurious  chemicals,  ���ju-t riib-Sun'jigh'tSosipon vowr clothes and let them so.}k in tepid wi^r,  thcn'nnse out in fresh waler.     Ins equally good ia h.ircl or solt water.  LEVEft, BROTHERS LIMITED, TORONTO  vl005'  a- bill for,  tana and  ���Uieir coming  introduction Jn   the    Mon-   in  the  penitentiary and a fun  Dakota    Legislatures     at  QOO.  of *?���>,  sessions.  Lord  Oilic..  ma t-  Kitton  Ariiu-<Ml Dnf's. .TckIoiisj.  SEXDIXC CniLDKKX TO CANADA  .Mrs. Close, of London, has a jilan  of sending in May. if possible, 7,1100  children iii the cure of guardians in  I-aigland to Canada, if possible, between the ag,-s of two and three, to  be tal'en on farms in the vicinity 01  Annapolis (Hi'- Land of Kvnngcline).  S'livji Scot hi., from whence they will  he drafted w- thev grow older to the  Xort Invest . Airs, Close ha'- returned  from Ciiiiad.t with the promise of the  fullest support from Limner, Sifton  and   others.  the  TUF.   OOBllLFR'S   NIC IITMARIO.  At   midnight,   in his  guarded   coop  The    turk    slept,    dreaming   of  day    l'  When   he  at   last  should fade   in  soup  ln   boarding houses'   Rood  old   way.  One   trouble   about   being  great  soldier  is  that  in the  bustle   of retreat   or victor-,  to stop   for a  few  moments    to  up a historic expression',  or one  will   become   historic.      And   in  few  moments   the other   fellows  win  ix . really;  rush  and  you have  think  tha t  t hose  may  m  ft4p  il  tip  IU  M  M  ���mi  The 8unlight Maids do not rub and boll their clothoo to shrods-they  wu��li tha easy Surtbght way  t : \  'SXlVArSMU-:.  lb  .-cry n.i  ...  her '!  .good    natu  '.'l'liothei-.'-l-a  ;'c6hi.litioir -  occasional  lets.      Tin-  and  stoni:  l|OJva.' .cure  I'e-.ers,   bri  a iu! 'make  anxious  bri g'nt.,  ' -Every  in  this  them an  Baby's   Own .Ta'b-  .s -cure   indigestion  other    is   naturally  it.tie ���' ones   shall   be  red-  and   lieiiltby.  if keep  her. children  if    she   w.ill  give  dose  oi  so  Tabic  A curious ���instance', of a dog's intelligent jealousy is reported from Ll-  anishen. -..',.-.  A- happy family [ there, consisted of  a. lady., a cat, a. kitten, and-a .York-,  isiiire terrier. 'All four were on excellent, terms  until   tlie   terrier  took uui-  nt   attentions   which 'its     mis-  .iestow-ed   u,')on   the  kitten.  :  terrier si raightaway    b'egan- to  hole 'in .the gui-d<;n,   and   finish-  task t_p its satisfaction in three  civ troubles,   prevent' diarr-  c.onstipation,   allay siinple  ���a.k up-colds, destroy worms'  teething    easy.       And    tbe  Tablofs are guaranteed to contain  mo opiate or harmful, drug. Mrs. R.  L. .Long. Peachland, .Ii. C, says:���  "', l-.i'ive found Baby's Own Tablets  .unsuT|.i;issi-d for; tcctliing troubles'.  I.n-ii king' up colds and reducing fever,  and   1 hey  make  a. child sh-ep  natural-  hrugt  .tress  / Thc  .rli.g.i"  ed  il:  days.     -        '���'.���..-  ���Then   ^the    k:  ���search' was ma  'seen patting ch  hole which 'it  \ycis reihoved,  ifound" to have  The' clog' was  the kitten to  the following  and   1. "  . \1r0HS.  mm  I  m  Lien .���disappeared.' A  de. and .the terrier was  i.ivn the earth over the  had refilled, the . soil  and .the kitten was  been buried alive,  puni'shori, but it took  tl'ie grave again,, and  day took it to a ditch  :ft it, there.-���London    Daily Ex-  A 1'i'ir  port   of  Coiiitmiiurns.  your    house  to  an honored  should  guest?  ly. They have done ,my litlle  miieli good I w(jiihi not lik-  wilhimt. them." Ilruggis's cs"i  Idets. or you <  (���en  .,. ins  !���!-'<'.  1:  ���>.-  Sell  1 lir-iri   by  mail   ai  writ ing  The     I ir.    W'il  Co.,   Proekville,   Ont.  a  one ..so  ��� t o 1 ,e  ���ry where  ���an get  box by  Medicine  ���1 natured?   Cross-  Wluit  not   be   shown  '1,'P.e  door.  What  roads  are i  roads.  Why need nobody be hungry'on bo-  ininiou Pa>"? l.'.e-caiise there are  plenty  of crackers ever,ywlu;re.  \V|-,ut plant is fatal to mice? Catnip.  mBmmsammmmai^m!^^&^^^^^ MOYIE, B. C.  l��ESTE8Nr'CANADIA(iiEmiORS|  W&&   c    -^ of Articles Describing  ;���&�������$��� Their influence.  Hack,  ���Be.  0Srr'iit��'  Oi'i  No.  [*r   Walpole Murdoch.:  The  thousands   of  people who  ���write to me, saying that  "OTe   Tonic"2     ,  cured them of chronic coughs,  cannot all be mistaken.    There  must be some truth in it.  Try a bottle lor lhat cough ol your*.  Prices: S. C. Weixs & Co. S10  25c.50c.tl.   LeRoy.N.y..Toronto.Caa.  Tf     we   genuinely    disliked  a candidate, after he,.waS defeatc-d, we should  collect    all     the     campaign    button-,  I bearing his picture,    and    ship  I to him in' instalments.  BUYING  CANADIAN  WHEAT.  Spring -A. i��     ��'f".  '^  Ucro.l  in l��n,l and  .._*+v.��  cor nt,  ��.nd   that   v.lll   go   <-u   ���*"- .,..,..   .,,-  Doctor Squills: "80 .you operated  on the millionaire for appendicitis.  What did you remove from him?"  Doctor Kniiem: "Ten thousand dollars."  Some  folks are in  favor   01    short  courtships, others demand '����* "��"��  ships,   while still others 'say  notum  as to  choice, but are    satisfied    wita  2lny kind of a courtship.  gj   from  SpptJ  :d.aaa.  nm'-m  '.-Bi.'M  lor, (li.'  *3,  iemts;  'ured ,'  thiitSi  doch always wants to see   all   sides  of  a  question   before coming   to  conclusions.        Naturally,   -therefore,    he  seldom makes up his mind as to policies hurriedly..    As is equally  natural,  too,   his' mind  once inude  up,   he  seldom has occasion to chanfg)^ his opinion.    It   is   this' finality   and .fairness  in his arguments and reasonings that  make '   his     published     opinions      so  weighty.    c-Few   editorial  expressions  carry so far-as tho.se of the llartney  fit'ar.,   and  the  reason   is  to   be found  in   the   thoughtful  personality   whose  ideas they reflect., '   ���  ' While all Mr. Murdoch's newspapers  have  been' remarkable for this sanity  and  fairmindedness,   there  is  another  haractleristic they have all shared in  ��� ~     ...i,ifi,     fefei-rncc    ought  -  ��� the man who always .at a  freignt raw <���;<  ~,,v,~-  finds an excuse to tell you about the 'per bushel as the   duty on  Canadian  time he missed the train and hud to '; wheat.   This expensive wheat is taken  walk twenty miles?    , 1 across the border because of tlie fa.il-   ������ !ure of'the Michigan .crop. This year's  Miiail's Mieit Cms Bra, Etc. i^JiXS/'rt^r^r^   : million    bushels    is    a   good milling  Causes Feeble Action of the Bodily Organs.  Dr. Ol-fcsas*-**'5-5  ob-^/o  SF-'ood  3*eople don't notice you much if  vou aro good; ancl the trouble >s  'they notice you too much 11 you arc  bad.  ENGLISH Sl'A.\l>'  LIMXEST  Removes all hard, ' soft or calloused  lumps and blemishes trom horses, blood  apn/vin, curbs, splints, ringbone, Sweeney,  stifles, sprains; cures eore and swollen  throat, couphs. etc. Save $50 by tho  use of ,ono bottle. Warranted' the raoBt  wonderful Blemish  Cure ��v��r  known.  'grain raise."   Elevator  stocks   in-Ile-  . troit at present  consist    almost    entirely of northwest wheat.  , ' ��� . -  :     o  "Iffy Kindeys aro all Wrong !  How _shall 1 insure best'reawlta in The  Bhortest time?" It ttanda to, reason tha.t  u. liquiii bpc-rific of the unquestionable  nn��t-it cl South American Kidney Cure  ' v. ill pjo more directly and quickly to tho  beat of the tr<jul,l,j than the "pill form."  treatment, and when it strikes the spot  there's  healing  in  an   instant.���-78  Some people only hold  a job   long  enough to get references.  Entirely    Overcomes    Weakness    of    Every   Form.  It may be weakness of tho muscles   of Dr. Chase's Nerre Food my health  or weakness of the nerves,  weak ac-   was in a terribly bad condition. My,  "tion of the heart, or feebleness, of tho   doctor told.me that, I v;as going in-  organs of digestion,  weakness of  the   to consumption,  and  for nearly  threa  llrer,   lcidney3   and    bowels or -weak-  years my bowels were so  loose    and  ncss  and  irregularities  oi the organs   watery   that I  was   continually   kept  peculiarly  feminine. ' weak and run  down.    In spite  of th��  WHEREVER    LOCATED     WEAK-   many remedies used J Gradually grew  NESS  IS    DUE   TO    POOR.  WEAK   ��'orso  and  worse.     1  could    scarcely  BLOOD   AND   CAN'  BE  OVERCOME   &**   about  the  house   and  BY  THE  USE1    OF    DR.  CHASE'S   great   deal  from  backache  vT,nvv vonn   ��� ' and k,dney troubles.     -  JN-kKM-. iU(-,1J- - "Dr. Chase's Serve Food proved to  ���- Because   digestion   is   impaired    or   1*0 exactly what 1'heeded and by keep-  the  heart  action  irregular you    have   ing  up  this treatment  for a  timo    I  could    scarcely  suffered    a.  stomach  ..l.T'OLTVMD'TVDOi  aft^riuid   Proprietor   of   the  'Hart-  rifel*. Ivey   Star.  .,10    propriJtor    and   editor   .'of.the  ^'^';i^-m:?;:1;;: -  *��     TIT a0' lad1 whenS started  3 u" J      O   s,iver-the    parent -of  -. previa  Ky-^V^^hwSern^own  ^^.nJr.nuci.iat:^!^-^^  ^yZ?Z'^verd^lno,  ob-  .*^.; i-iuch   nW uiaiie by tlie a.?  -m-'j -SJ-fi - ,.,1  ���,���.,,  honeml  little  mug.  ���sH'irinsie-id of  growing,  'y  --{'-'.-���,;���"^1  r  -''��� ^-rt-nn.    :l1   il.  yheir> t'l'i'  .;their; n  over: the.i',  <mMI^[  [)   Pi.'-:  otier  botVv  ifect-  ���tlijin  ii'I,';,,wliii't,  sips :yoti  t/:-it;  vnd   its   import  v  tnule, cent it-   gr>;w   ll's"s  in_  ���+^����^.l   of   greivter.    AU   that   a 'news-  ij-'-.v.fetlf'i'i   in   h      - h     falling  ^aper  could     "   ���-. ; 'Siu ^  ^^dU,"VoU^ iiu*  !l Pointed out  'j^Sto' wealth    01      Ute  rich  ��B��cum,ral  felction of which Birtlc is,.the ce. tie  fe-O^S   enlarged     on    the   success    hat.  f^.'&aited those who properly * t   led     s  '' ^Vfe'rtile soil.-  IJut  it was 01   but smaU  , V-Wvnil    The number of  settlers stcacli-  f^^L,<l. as it did in many other  7*^Si-is of  the West at   the time.    Is  N/����JL7i���  no   sense  remurkabie   when    the  ^^cmditions   ,re   known.    The    oripinal  = I'^tettlei-s  of  U��e  district came  vSoap  :  from  in_f-or;c  the  unlJ^-t  micals.  water,  vl005'  in   witVi  k-^-flulc or  no means.    As so��n  as  they  Ife-^hari performed   th.Mr homeste,ic_pdut. -  ��\$Krt Ur��l  their patents, a, uu.ionty  ,, ^of  tbe.,1   mortgaged  their  .arms     and  l^obaudnnL-d   the.n    to     the    mortgage  hffjonipunies.   uWUh    the     money   thus  b#f raised they-   moved   to   a  newe.      bs-  ��^5rioi.  look  up   a   second     honi^lmd.  ���!.-\^Vs  thev   were  then  enabled   to  do  un-  '��'~der   the   law.   and.  with   much    largei  MWituI' w.-T��   able   to   make    a    iresb  Mstart on  a   larger and   more  success  infill   scale.    While   the   individual    set-  pEler  so   doing   was   benefited   by   tins  If     s obvious   that   the   district ��� must  ippulier thereby,   and   in   fact   the  coun-  |#Hrv    .nrouiul     Uirtle    was.    lor   son c  Shears dotted   *-"*   '">   -rms   owned  '^5��Shv morti'a'ge  *;Mfe"Th    "  common    to    which    reference    ought  here ,to    be    made;���their   keen  observance of   the  world of  nature.'    With  Mr. Murdoch natural history amounts  almost to a passion���not   a.   bird'   or  a  ben st, or,-, a flower  c-,f the  prairio ,to  which he is  not    a    friend,     and     of  whose habits of lif-o he is not a storehouse  of ���knc��\\k'difc. _ His   little  aj'ti-  cles c>n natural    history   .are'   wlcMy  read and much cpioi.ed.i   In  these days  of  the hutly burly of  federal,  provincial  or municipal politics,  and, of the  goings a^jd comincis of i>eopie,  the .reporting   of   Whose   movements eoie-ti-  : tutes to,o often the bulk of   the news  en"  a local  paper, it is .a  refreshment  to  pick up  tho  Star-,   nnd  read therein   some' little  article  on   the  coming 1  of   the  wild   goose,   tlv:  habits  of  thc  muskrat,     theo blooming  of  the anemone,   or  a   description   of   some  rare  and     beautiful    mirage.     L'esv   among  the busy workers in the West take the  necessary   time   to   fauiiliarive   themselves with nature.   The fact that one.  of the western, editors gives fivcjucm-  ly-the results  of his  own  communion  with  the  various forms  of  nature  is.  therefore,,, all   the   more' appreciated.  Many of his subscribers  would doubtless notice the omission  of soi.-.e hem  of   local  news: but among   those who  from -week' to week look for the llartney Star as cine of the low exchanges  for  whose     arrival     they   look    with  eagerness,   .tho  'little     nature   talks  that   from  'time lo   time   appear    aro  always thc first    things    sought   for.  Whatever ��� modifications     may    from  time  to ..time  be  made  in  the    Star,  they  hope  this will   remain  a  permanent  feature,  Mr.   Walpole Murdoch     stands    for  and represents much ol   the very best  in western joiirnalism.   His high'per-  | sonal   principle in   both   private , ancl  public life,  his keen observation,   his  fairness in discussion, his breadth "of  view and   judicial    temperament,    to  gether   'with   his    industry and pro-  gressiveness,    make   him    a    man   of  mark in his profession.    Thc ranks of  newspaper men in the West   would-be  bettered    if    niore   men of Mr.   Murdoch's type were found therein.  Heart-Sick People._ur. Apncw-s  Cure for tha Heart is n heart tonic thnt  never falls to cure���is swift in its effects  ���K-oea closer to the "border bind" nrncl  smntenet from ilenlli's crip more sufferers  tli��n any other remedy for any family of  diseases nnd ailments in the cotcprory of  human, sufTerinRS. Gives relief in 30  minutes.��� 75  .Carries   a   Moral.-''They   say ��� he    ���  gets a  fabulous  .salary."     murmured  tli" first audit (ir v. bile the celebrated  tenor   was  Mnipnp.   "ffcll,   you   know ���  .what   a fublp   is,"   replied  the.   second,  lauditor,   who   was, beginning   to   leel ;  J that his So  had  been wasted.  'The  store  detective has  captured  a ���  woman   in    the act   of stealing   some  hand-painted ,  miniatures.      She .hiis _  .been taken  before the justice lor tnal^  l-Whhi ,is vour business, madam? .111-  ! quires the' justice.  -1 am-a photo^a- .  :,'her "  she rephe"..  "If .vou.cy'Ji sat,<=-  fv me that  yem follow such a  profession   I  shall   be   inclined   1,0   deal    un-  hnilv   with   you."    ''Ask   that   dctoc-  tive   if  I wi-n't    takmg  pictures  the  first time  he saw  me."  s-.-*v-  ������N-VJI  ���"���   "wo   no reason to suppose theso organs  are diseased in themselves. They  merely lack tho nerve, force which is  in 'reality tho motive power of tho  - body  ancl- its  organs.  A few weeks' treatment with Dr.  Chase's I>crve Food will convince you  of its 'exceptional blood-forming and  nerve-invigorating .power, and by  noting your increase in. weight while  using'it you can prove that new, ;fin.n      j���   w.inrr  added to tho  Ebony  Our range' in ebony gj  PJtoilfit articles is large k.-v,  j$��| and varied.  It so strong and well that I dldfmy,  Swn housework, and sometimes  worked in the fields without feeling  any tho worse for It. It is a pica,  sure os well as a,duty .for me to ro-  commend Ur.��Chase's ^rvo-Iood.  If  vou  would  bo   well  and  lne    m  the full'enjoyment of health.    njBtor.  vour    vitality    by    the    use.    of   Dr.  '���base's Nerve.FoocL 50 cents a box  u   all   dealers,   or   Edmanson,   Dates  fc*.*T  ________p__j_j_B*~tTTlf* *~ni 111--  TEE C.--ltK.VX *BVO*uISH KElf-EJJY.  TESTIMONIAL  from-, the late  SIR SIM- '  UEL IbVlCEH,  the famous Mile  Explorer. .  "Newton    Abbot,'   llevon.   Dear   Sirs���I  ha.ve   delayed  my   thiink-s   as  1  vri��hed   to  test tho effect  of  Blair's  nils by  a aufli-  cient interval of  time.   ���  , "For ten   years- 1   had   suffered   acutely  from   C-out   and   life  had   lost   its   ntrn.6- '  tion   ow'ins;   to   the   uncertainty   of   heaAth  tnd,    sudden    visitations     of   tlie   enemy ���  which prostrated  rne for months, or weeka  1   according  to  tho  virulence  of the attacks  "Blair's Pills have rendered me immense ���  service,   ar.   I   no   lonKer   fear   an   attack '  of  Gout. ��� ' ' \  "For   the    last  twenty    months I have ���  been   comparatively   free,   as   on��> or   two  'attempted   -visitations   hav��   been   immediately stamped   out  by  ths  assistance-    of  Blair's'Pills. t  "Truly   yours   (Signed)  Saml.  W. Baker. '  Lyman   Sons   &.  Co.,  Montreal  and Toronto; The  Dole   DruR   Co.,  Winnipeg;   and  Martin, Bole &. Wynne Co., AYinniuitt.  cv        *     ��� -        "   - ���  Superfluous Hair  Remov.d by the Now Principle    ���  ��1  A favorite set; in handsome  ca&e, is No. 1^607. It con-  tiins hair-brush, mirror *nd  five other necessary pieces,  mounted with Heriingf silver  shields, $15.00.  Our catalogue will  prove of value when  next you ate thinking  'about gi'ft-makin  iicintr-it vou can pro\o <-"���>��� ,-���-,.-    ���    _ Toronto.    The   jiortrait    and  S'and tissue Is being added to tho   J,  ^'^7^. A.. w.  Chase, the fa-  *>$���       j      D      Tardifl.    Mariapolis,   mous     receipt    book   author,   aie  Man.; wrUes]  "When".! began the u^evev^bo^  r^lsalort    Flror..       *S^rl-c����  Thompson,Sons *.?^��-  BS^S^il  ��� ��s>SS-    Get the Highest,,prices for your  wheat.    Ship to  GRAIN   EXCHANGE,   WINNJPEG.  'Chamber   of    Commerce,   MlnneapoUi  THE AHQREWS-DACE GRAIM CO, LT0.  GRAIN COMMISSiQH UEBGHAMTa.    -  We zEOkfca a   specialty" of low  grade wheat.   Write oa bc&ora fhipptnci     KB  will show how  we cam nm coa^  GRAIN j Jas. Richardson & Sons (GRAIN  MMMOTMSMSlTisMMMsMmsMNSMM ^ . (��H��siBSBS^WtlMi(^NF*MsMMiMiWsslHi0>H  (Until   recently   represented by the late  E.   O'Reilly, Esq.)  All kinds of, grain purchased in Car   Load   Lots.   Write us for' tiop prices  and   shipping   instructions. Any   grade of wheat,   oats, barley or flaaij  P.  O.  Box 629,    Winnipeg, ' Man..  with   idle   farms   owned  companies. ���  -*,MSS4i* Th.- Observer, as conducted by -Mi*-  -rfMlnnloc-h, ivnsc in" many respeeU a  v^#&,och'l local paper.    None oUliocou  i-'wc^-inv, could compare  i"  w"-"��        AA nt  W^ai.liical neatness     with        ^"  ��vh4h  Mr.  Murdoch "was  edito.     Lon  ��c,e.,tiou.,ne.s.s   and   thorouirbm-s    ,m  stfiraS,,. .  1. ,. .c   ,m*  Mr    "Murdochs,  that  kevnoU'S   of Mr  they  Murdoch's  chat  Racier.     Xo   detail   is   too   trivial    ior  Ibis intention,   if  that   detail    s      cts  snrv  for   iho   completion   ot   ^iMt ��  us  hi    hand.     'rypogniphu-,        xc.l  1,'na. i.s    gained    only by  can     1    nt  lentlon  to  numerous  trifles,  a ml   t      t  ibis attention whs  i;ivon  by Mi.     "  (lof|, tbe   file-* of   the    Observer    ben  ^yrS-   course    Mr.   Munloch   ,l,i -  ,...���,..,   to clum^ bis l.��ir..t.on.   UeM   .  V11SW1   of    tb<-    Observer     plan.       a M  nunvd   t��.   I-Hol.  Mound,   wheie  be   cs  W-.     Ul.lu- 5-U-nti.u-l.   This ������,,.,��� bo  in,   llartney  Star,   of v'-h,ch   .e is  to,  dlN  thi". editor and" propneto...;  lu    star   is  housed m   one- otl^  ,   oincos'of any  country   yveek y    v  In.    West       'Ms   wpiipuien't." is   one   -o,  1   :,^o:^n,oc,e,���n\nthc,u���ov,ncel:^K  ,��lhc;rfvSlh^������M^ffitC\���H  t isti    displii.>id. in    -,'is .- ���.���  h.    perhaps  no rival   m  any  to    n  ^  ,������.'>,. size  in theses... l,.U,vall  ^-  Muuloch's   i.ewspapor   venU.es.    P u  1   �����,l,r     care'  is    tfivcn   to   1 ne.   t>   ^  ��   CM-nicnl     appearance-    and   _ <Us   hi J.  I    ���,<   the neatness of tho Stursit.^V  f   tisMi.enl.s  have almost  passed,..1.0. a  i.   i iniei-b   among   tlio  cra.lt. _       .  1'     M.     -Murdoch's     personal   equipment  _*f��.   .vi.idi.eting   a   country    pap'.'��      '���  '^MKUly   rrcogni/ed   by  bis - lei un-.     c    s  simper     men.      He    has   a   fine. u ' '  ^ipnise.    His  te.npe.'*nn.enl is  ^"\*"*  '*  uulleiMl       rnrli/.anship    or     eNti-n.1  m  ,,,-s, of l���dief nre naturally iore.|?n to  '      bis   disposition.     ITe   isaP'''U^;'|  %     believer'and  example  of   the  old   O  .  \ "nml  proverb,  which  says  that  tht�� ���  m  ^s ������   stick   so   short   or   *"�����f��"}  l *  Init, that  it. has  two ends.    Mr.   Miu-  Actually. "please" "will buy more  than a dollar half 'the time.  MIKIBD'S LINIMENT for Sale EYerywim  If a man really knew the- \vherc>  uli-oitls of everything in a department,  store he would be far too .valuable  a man to l>e a floorwalker.  SlJKEi,I-*-:SS*SF.SS.���When the nerves  are unstrung and the whole body given  up to wretchedness, -when the mind is tilled  vith (doom and dismal forebodings, tho  result of doYinifrcim'nt of the digestive  oi'nuns. sleeplessness cc>inos to add to  tho distress; It only tho subject could  sleep, t!iert> would be oblivion for a  Wlnlu und temporary relief. Pavmolce's  Vegcluhlo Pills will not only induce  sleep, hut will not so' beneficially that  tho subject will u-ake refreshed and resulted   to   happiness.  Electrolysis, X-ray or depilatorict ar*  offered you on, thd hmr�� word of the  operators ind manufacturers, D E  MIRACLE is not. It is the only nuthod  which  .9 indorsed  by physicians, eur-  Igeons, dermntologists, medical journals  aud prominent magazines. Booklet will  will be seat ftret, in plain, sealed  envelope.  Your money back without question if  i* fails to do nll'thafc is rcltiihedfor it.  DE MIKACLE mailed, scaled in  plain wrapper, oh, receipt of $1. Write  for ib to-day to DE MIRACLE CHEMICAL OO., 23 Qcebn Strebt WrsT,  TortoHro, or  row  ^ral. to ui ����^S.i.TS^'2Z  w��LTd��. �� you mar wish.    T^do J jr        7^ ^  rear.' .xpTie**.   Prompt and ^^JSJ/"*^��ld, ��d Bond,*,  Ub-1 .dvanc^ ' CB0:-P-^Ut��o1LC.nxcha^ Bra,^  DONALD MORRISON & CO., dml  nliiUa  416 Grata Exchanp  WINNlPlSa, MAMi  |tho*as hit.       Ship Your Qraln to  _ ��2 -,  WILLIAM LATT.i  (  Corr��ipond.nci ioUcitjd* QR&1M EXCHAWBEy Wlnwl^th  THC  ROBERT  TORONTO. ONT  COMPANY  UMITEQ  A Problem Solved.���"Now. professor, if i should Lret a pound of radium and put it into -a f^lnss tu'l.V. ancl  place  that inside an  iron   tank,  what  would   be "   "Wait,   a  minute.     Let  us take up the problem section bisection, li you should tret a pound  of nvdiu.n ion wouldn't have enouuli'  money  left,  to   buy  the  jirluss  tube."  H  nSSS&SS��S81SB&IS3^  J*r-fl  ^e^osTbrAycr'-s Cherry  ictoral at bedtime prevents  vht coughs   of children.  No bronchitis. A  Dlierry.:  <J0  ii*. " "Mil-- -W���        v>-  ���     ^-  doctor's medicine . for all  affections of the throat, bronchial tubes, and lungs. Sold  for over 60 years.  " I !mv�� \mprl A.vnr's Cliorry Pectoral In my  f:uni.v (or ciplit v'imrB.   TherolsnothlnK cquRl  t��� it for ciuiclin k.ik1 cnUls, ospecUllv for uhll-  dron." ���Wus. "\V. il. Bkymer, Shelby, Ala.  ���:.-,c..r,oc..Si.oo. ;.- j. o.:avkr co..  ' AH iln:csi��ts, C^-e-    Lowell.    Mm^  {Night Coughs  SCe&p tho bowers open with one of  Aye;*'o  Pills at bodtlmo, Just ono.  There's only ono real test of  unshrinkable underwear-the  wash tub Two or three hard  mbbinss will soon shorten .tha  usual socallcd "unshrinkable"  undemear. . That's why the  directions for washing .are 6��  claboratc-why - there aro .��*  many "Hs" and^don'U.''   ,_ .  Unshrinkabie  Underwear       ���'���  is absolutely unshrinkable..  The wash tub proves it. Your  dealer guarantee. thU to yoa  -and *wo back up that guar-  tr.tee to him."'Wa lcnov.it  won't shrink because it can't  chrink. Our Bpecial process  takes but the shrink before the  Garments "Me'cut.. Even then,  "each one ia tested by washl&g.  Made big enough for a big  man to work in with comfort.  Has more material in it than  any other brand of shirt In  Canada.      Made   on   the  H.B.K. scale it requires 39_^��  to 42 yards per dozen, whereas  common shirts have only 32  to 33 yards. -  That's the reason why the  H.B.K "Big" Shirt never  chafes the armpits, is never  tight at thc neck or wristbands, is always loose, full  and comfortable and wears  well.  Each shirt bears a tiny book  that tells the whole history  of the ?'Big" Shirt,- and  also contains a notarial  declaration that the H;B.K..,,  " Big" Shirt contains 39 Ji  to 43 yards of material per  dozen.  Sold at all defers but only  with this brand:������  LI..!.-!!,!.!,-,..  JC ..II. .11. ������..���II... ������������Ml  MTHC   fll TlCQT   Establishad ^-raia Commissiel  lllE   ULUCOl , Merchant in Winnipeg. ��*^_  Consign your grata to m* and get prompt serrice, careful attention*  jand hiffhest market prices. ***       tf^B^B B^R ft/       DRAWBR\  j Reference ��� UNlflN^BANK of CANADA.  1300.  -c ,.    '    O -    ���    ',-,,-��� j.,'  . ^ r,r <:nl-d on commission. Ecasonabl*  ^nlrmaX.10tpi^Upt^turrk S^poS-c .elicits Terence,  Any Bank in WinniP^oiK4:11>  qraIS" EXCHANGE BLPG.,  WiyyiPEQ.  a^^C^fe^^^^ "Bn Lo "Perhaps not;  Perhaps you like your gray hRa^heerna^  tfiea remeuiuci���aaoh * ��������_- -- u  *t '_'��������� ',.������������"'  it is a Question of Warmth use  S^W*.?.'.Vii����-ilwyf~w''.-;  H.B.K  It Retains: :Heat  and Keeps out Cold.  Write  for   Sample,   and Prices.    ..     ���      . '      w .  HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.  .Montreal       Vtenlfa       D��wbob  , 'Polished   tHe,Tooth.-"IsnW >t    ��  niarknhlc-.   said   tho-n.an  m the    u    t  row   at   the   theatre-,   * '^^v^'^ 1 oU s  her    vouthful    nppcaraiu-o? �� -      "  irilv   wonderful,   indeed."   r.-plxocl   LH^  WHEN THE IDOL WAS  SHATTERED-  He was a football hero,  With   pride-   his  name   was   called,  .Until one day his wip blew off  And  showed  thai   he   was   bald.  s���7u*-sVo  defy "the   tooth  of   t.me      ,  '���I   have   understood     that    she    uses  dental  powder as a cosmetic  ���%fU  No  k  BBfflffiBSF^SSBSflS  ���jwr^^K^^^^^s??^^ 0
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li ra"Mi.~n?»f-Y?tGrs- Prsssnts.'
'^Published in the interest of the people
of Movie and East Kootenay.
5", J.SSIYXH & CO.,    r,
Ono Year .'. "• v
tTiiptJy'^ew Year.
Several Denvero women  have  been
' arrested for forging   election   return?
'There defense is th it it is the righj,   <-'
women, to pad their figures.
|„_____,_,,t_ai(,iiiiiwimiiiniwi  —r
It had to come.   Mrs,, Chadwicfc has
been  •  dramatized.    A   play   entitled
'••For Love   and Millions" tvili exploit
'tins remarkable women on   tho   stage
f'next season.   . ■ ' '
New Yeawi^e.u|!..iI-.-J«. h ^: bore. ^ We
n •'   have a Dice assortment   cf_ up   to   u .tc   h' - -•>}'
gWuls   lor young and   old.    Toys   fancy  goods,
toilet, seis, perfumes, jewelry, cigara, and a fine
-- line of loather {;ooda. We can supply ' you with
_ ° Tiollv in am quantity. Call parly, and get your
P, O. Drop: and St:^i.e:aory Store,
'^prescriptions carefully prepared.
mm:"--^rr-"y  ■ ., ..•-; si ^ ,..'.«»
;;^,..-,--?-,"•''"^   -.."■"";  ' "il-    -*■'   ■'■•■
^-'.''I'j0." ;>■'--. 7-v
M(»e!-* nmry Monii-'y n-'ninu in «^-xr
lull u,n Virtcrisi nt*"':ot. Sojooruiug
Odd Pdlowc cordially invited.   ,
C. A. Foots, ^- J' -3M *li;'
Noble Gi.uitl. " '        Secr'y.   ,
jkoyie   Miners'   Union
No. 71 W, F. of M.    ,
MMtliiu :.!cGrcgorliall every Saturday eveiiir.rj. Sojourning ^rennibcrfl
are cudi'illy invited to attend.
\*' mmr- flJi^M^* &  IIIIP^  fill.   ITT- *•   K
yaw, Having- and Lath Mills. 4  J
'   r-       MBYffi,B, ■'&</■ ' 1 '
-$1 -.MM*r.".t'irerrf of and dealers in all kinds ofrFloprittp.. <.',;:;ugi tf
'}£   «i.linf," SfcjlM*. Common Eourdi;, Dimension. Fim.,h and L,-,.. .,    ; •
2?   ~      Pion|)i,r.tt.,nti.in to wholcwilo and retail orders,    ' M   ,
John* AfcrioNALn,
R. ThMiiv/;;
R "CAIEMON, ffigr-
"    ^   .
fc ^ «r«-«w> ^^^C^ZSS^f^^^^
ufTisTWun^^sijuJiirf* *
- ., Weekly papers published on Salur-
'' 'day, are compelled to publish this year
53 issuea. In thu years when' July lat
or 2nd falls on Suturday thero are 53
weeks in tho year for the publish era of
Saturday weeklies. This is tin* • 53rd
Tissue of the  Leader   this   year.
.- ,   More   steel is' now   being   used   in
'•    making pens than implements of war.
The   pdn   is   still  -mighter   than   the
'aword.    The sword is a rude thing and
appeals to th«?brate in man  by  sheer
Wee, while the pen m  the   hr.nd-3   of
_■ ' 'polished'and trained experts can move
*     a cation tc tears cr break^ Use  chinas
'that bind   freedom,   iu   olarery.    Ka-
oolian \7as   rifeht , v,*hen   he   sai(-    ho
would rather  faco   100,000   bayonets
than   have   four   hostij^. newspapers
'against   him.'—Fernie^"' Ledge,
■ ■        (romt I-*.)
Certificate or Improvements.
HOT*f,CE. , °  .
,    ..  Mountain Goat and Biiujon Mineral Claims
-situate in thc?ort Steele  Mining Divimoa of
' East Kootenay District.
<s      i where located :-6u east tide of lower Moric
'.Lake.' . , _    ,     ■    .r
<TAICE NOTICE tliatl Thos. T. McTittio  si.   >..
' -,C. No. B 73710 agent lor Thc St Euceuc Moun-
'ta'ia Mines Limited cf Koslo B. C. -Tree
Miner's Certificate No, B. 78521. intend, sixty
jdavS from tbe date hereof, to apply to the ftnn-
Jliig Recorder for ft Gwtifieate.of Improvements,
tfor the pjirpoce.ol btthminK a Crown  Grant of
thecb0ve.cls.i5L,     „ , , ,  ,
's And-iuther .t4-? ?cticc thsit actlon' nuAcr
isoetlon S7,-.ciuot'bo commenced before ,the
issuance of such Ceitiflc-lte of liaprOToments,
' Dated this 21 th day of Iftov; ,A. D. 190i.
seeing distant objects,   c
K  o   "—'—"-   >-^j--u.',    vj.       M 1 fc  , ...-1...., , , '    ,     .
'T " easily adjustable for near irork.'     1; ! f?J "'[-."- ,!',, ! ',.*~ 'j','■..'■. ., m '"'
9     We can give'you i^riecl cipbt. r  f. \ #\ '~:m^'"r;',_ '";~, \'' 'a   ""'■ "   ■'
II       Our Rh.Trm  ~^.„i..~~ , ^1 ..       K     '''i ','i-l.;'.' jI; ,,..,r ..i -i    -• • .'.-"J"  -'--■■'
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, \.''^ii.y 1-res.'   .        Worthy Secr'y,
:t,y;vBy' .&   McOarter,
I  'JSiUUb.     MUIliU  ]
}S r-xovtE
•in' 1 "i.
iVilc-N "'. nrk:,,' 1-3tc
]     Our Sta-2^a Hyerl
14 •• °
j|   °uthe-particular.
glasses plcii
- ->-,-,; '!.:<'• r.T-,i; '-;';-• ,'<ry f'x
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SHXiJilSSII^I^Iili^ ( If I        _  M„   . F-„—.' .—— — r—t ^^1
M W    "F    'T-''ivu; I ^r"??;;'^:i''7'""--^'':^'-^;J'';:--:';^! -
|i    Gradual.' (J^tic-ir.n,'* C-.^-l.T-o.-.k- "    li! ■ 5__i^>''l'-,^>"\^,'X;-,-/ "" i-v:*;?,<':'' ^"'.^"^  I
fe^:trrr£-^:^^^^-,^':*:cv;v^rir*ss^ ; |w ^   ^.^J/   ' >^-->-*:'-;;'"    |
nr»*»**r"-"» t»-wj*^sr*fS"vA J2 k.lut__i__*
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ir«i.-«cB*«,,«L,,n' t*t—1 *■
naaggr*" ;->•:«-•»*»'•«"* *»*
—j-5 ■   •%•;*:"-*n-^tit■*
ilD  1L1
Will be in Moji'ft lith 6: eac^i mouth
1 ^
..   Joseph's   Convent.
KELSON",.,15- C."
���""Tand"""Spirit :Ugv-},
cnant.' * ,
Agent for Galgary[Brcwing"Co.'s
I  Besr, Ale and Porter.
>T. Label & Co.'s
Hay ancl Grain,
M ; * - c* ri i""- *:n o ;f-
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■■* ^n.ifj^a***tTt.*;3w>" 'yw tfr e-. f*- -*.ti*""rsriTr»*Z5?i:
he   SEost  Progressive
Company   in   Canada.
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Gteorge H. Thompson,
' lary I'UiiLic, Ac.
CRANBHOOIT,       Braxjriii Columbia.
p . L^ues tho niost up locate luourance 'contract.    It is as  free
H   Irom^ouditionaustlioairyou   bruatho.    Wbyl  wo »tlso   guarantee
i   yo^proiils <yythe policy.   Ask for particulars on this Contract,    ^
,  C    ' Ajjants, Crinbroolf.
^- _-    -   ^
.  (FORM  F.)
Certificate of Iju'eovemests.
• Moyie Fraction, St, Elmo, &t. Anthony, St;
Ocoree. Cando Fraction, Fra Dlavola, Fou.-t. SC
■Paul Mineral Clrfiras. situate in the Fort Steele
"Mlnins Division ot East Kootenay  District.
Where Located; On thc East bide of lower
Moyie Lake.
Take notice that I tIios,. T. MeVitt,io KM. i._. >o.
"B 73710 aRcnt, Ior the St. Eugene Mountain
■Mines Limited of ICaslo.B- c,. Free Miners
Certificate NTo. B.73G21, intend, sixty days from
tho date ' hereof, to apply to the Mining
itecorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for
'the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant, of the
above claim.
Arid futhcr take notice that action, under
Bectldn. 37,-must be commenced before the
Issuance of aupU  Cert:ficate   of Improvements
Dated thi-. 24tii day of Nov. A. 1).  1001.
ThOS.T. mctittie.
."rr^i MINERAL 1 ACT. - 'p;™?
iioiiru:ng andcDay School cotulurL ■ ^,e^ «-,{«
ed hy me Bisters of St-Josopli, Kelson jjGlilll^ dlUl
B. C. Commercial and business
courses a specialty. Excellence and
swift progress c~harac.te.iise enph department. Parents should v/rite ior
particulars. One month assures the
public of thc • thoroughncee of the
Sisters' methotii- Of tffiching. Terms
commence January, A]tr;l and riepfc.
I'upils are admitted durituc torn
8ifi/l     jT-alggfy
"Ty***^ "5*"?°ss ■vr-STi ""p^r1*
.seal Jia-s h±i\ jsl xt^s
Fon',.'n and   j"-'ompRtic Wine.-1, i i<j.uori
ni'i Cigarp.
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"^c^nj^-TJ T '"?: Ii- ^.Trh <fS,
«lii^    JL   **3w4i..lL. *i- "»>-ii^wJ-^
.      FROM
A. B6 Stewart & Go,
!   ....
Id acrniu located in Cr.mbroi/i:   and   is!       "    """"
pieparc-l to writ;;   m.-ur-.uioe,   bio      : J.? Kjr»r-.r -$'   'V. Vjf<^.
iind poll s-lock. ami tlo ,i   „'=.i- I'j/Vui !•-''•>-""-     ..i.:'i^^
er-il bii-kurag..' biihi:»'"f.-.
JOHN irJJTCUISON, < (Jrimbrook.
\l. 1  IJ-ith  he mis..
l.j KTON1-: Luilding.";^'-'-T.'
First Cl-i.-H Work.      T.':,'^
-4 - ft*
!   Ir'l * ',!-< 'Vj i^     . "•• -i.-> ^ -«i,r-- W* « ^ "
•n-1 ,1- MCKRY.
V, \,U ■.. i\,,; to t/rder.   Bread lor Sale
; r.."*:-7fel vf- XsOfiVes $1. ■
II.  i. HOWARD,  Prop.
it*^w**ut=j aw- *^ .»•;■»— ^Vk-i1'—      __,-J* - .? ' '
HEL'fXIiL'S   P.ABU*?,
,     General Agent, Xclson.
& Mi)
•--T-r^j *--""""" (FORM "F.) '  "
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■^.-.. -. ,^
NOT1CK.' __\_ .
Lake 'Shore Hbte
M. J. ITOGEH'i",- Prop,  j ^ rtl•
ad Good  J3card ', ^ ^  ^,11 iLJLSA/
FOI-; ' I' t \:: , TAIL* )RLNG    < ^O    'L'O
Fine   Ruitinss.    Ovorcnatios
Trousers,   Imported     Gooda.
,.>/-r-v °       G        • TO TJH
For all kinds cf chect metal  works in
r   '
'I &
HflATlHfc, .. iJLOWEU
pirixc, gtcck i'OTy.i'tc.
%2      We also   handlo a   full   lino   "f ">'L-
MoClcry'a Famous  Stoven," tbo
"best in .tlio market.
I r^CPi;^--    • FATI0RE BROS.
Ma=n»n»M«M«.Mrr»r.e»l^«^»i««'" P^—^J-lM OT«a«»»>J»=»~T______S_________ri^S:^
Comfortable Kcoma an
at 7Icf.noliable Prices.
Mmt Olaes iAccoraxrc-.
HTLakesldorractlouMineral rjlalia,"" situateT'lu
tho 1'ort Ssocle^IhiluK Dhi--iOa oH'^t^ltcolc- }
■aay District. ' I     ,.M.v.r,w,n  cni"-,-. p   '•""'
•  Where located:   0a east slduolj lower Mo^.j-j     MID.M'v.IiJ-   •U1..-1-  (.-•-
Lake, ' '"
i. TAKE NOTICE, that I, Thos. T.'MoVittie, T.
M C No, B 73710, agent for thc St. Eugene
Mountain Mines Limited of Kaslo, B, 0. >ree
Miners Certificate >*o. B T31521, and I. 13. sun-
burn y. M. C. No. U C05T1,_ intend, sixty
Javs from (he date hereof, to apply to the Mln-
!,fe Vocoder for iiCertHicato of Improvement'.,
ior the purpose ol obtaining a Ciov.n Crr.iu of
ALL   THE   TB/iM:
]5Y   US1SO
B. O
r-if Tr^rf*^.*-^-*"- ■"
Brilibl; Uolui/.b'.i
err '•    ' r"   tt-*7*
^^S^'lalie notice that act"on, ,«,.!«   ^^l^L tdi ^i ,' X.'.U
Ot-J'-'jlLi t/-.w.   i -:, ^-v-'.w-.,.
' TjKi.vt'.iiyr'^' niton. i-,"<>:i,*i,
L^)i ic ^ruplu room in connection
with house for commercial mou. Utst
of t,.::coivarj,.odatinj)'*.
jf'.adfj'uarlcrii  for   Com •
"urcial i*-!j'1 ?.Iimm» I*Teii.
:;o\"ir, n. c.
*3*t^wvN'r~ttJz&-xrni?£^^ '< v'
Wo must make room for new'goode, and aro ollormc
aoum snaps in Carpets,   Go-carts    and   Furniture.
A BIG: CHANGE To Buy Cheap
t-i-: j w^w*' v^t^
British Columbia.
Kcction 37, must V,a commenced  before tne >o-
Mmlo of Wh Certificate of l„,T,.ovojacnU;.
DStbd 'his, 24th flay of *nov., laOl.
,". „   "       - TUOS. T. Mcv 1XT113
* . •^"f/r^'"*|,T/* }i
aonerollltidsai.l-T/ojko for   pernn^.on   to
mrch r-se forty acres ol land,   moie   or   ie-b,   i" i
East k"otenay*U.«rict. doBoribcd ^.^ J'"0,* ull.   ^*-
r. commencing at a-post Plai.tel at toe  f^[   Cl-i
p««r   oorne- of   ot   -2S01,-   Group  1,   lU'-ioi'- i
marked "A; T Clark's N. E. Corner";and runn
hi* Whence *tves   twet-y chains,, thence- Scuta
-i\vSen\y  Chiang  thence " East twenty  cl.an^
. thence Korth alone .fbo"  oI-M-jyio   LUe to
phiaecfhegiiinius-—,: •      ,.,.,.,,.
,-."'. , ' ./.., I, L.j.-'.i-.J"-.
bated October lltli,' 'li">'
Ou-: a:mi i-i to *.'.':
'J-ood  draft i'.:i'l
always on h-'u '
joe m;"ki)x:
-".■J,: on
1 ,.-,.,,
'       QiillS;,'     A Vi' .*(--', i
;'■ ii'j'». t
:' 7" m,
S''3j        ./?1' Js. .J-J i.1^*'        -Wf,
s- <' fi I: r .. ,'r b il. -
a    0^1
: ALL   POIWTB   jifoS'f '^^^'^
WMesale Wines, hopW
British Cciiiiri^i-3-
avrr7cr»;."cs «:jnrTr.tW"! "T.-T.r'.-.-^.-n,
U";t; .Llov:ii.-
0. F. DFriAULT\!'::i'
r.,;. """
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