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 <""'  A    )  --f''   '  I  '     .  ' NsJ1 - *   -      **      ir  ��� tS^^5lii=  1% H 4  �����.        *-!       ,-  J      V  "������ ' l     f      *.       J< "-rjr,,,,  r** "  \J6^:  ,   /" *"'  Jc-  l^fe---?'  j    ,-   '*- t - . *----  FEB 8 -1905  ^  MOYnTB.^^  >  o-/  '���'~3~  FA*~mm  ������^Pi^"~r*'''*-';r'..,,r>-*i'* **^���   '.^ r -"-a-ISf  *- t **��� i   -   ���t|  ���j?lie Jat>s are, takingf  --=-^-:''--"- ":��'rr::T77'7 ~%i&*m^^  Saneunten-dent Appoi^dc ; I , ;   . , ������ ���   ' ��- ���������'������   \ , ��� -;  v|j Output in' "1905 will  *   "' Exceed 1904, "  I ���* 'i  E, H. Stewart was hare in consul ta-  itik'^itli^Tamca   Cronin   this   wee*.  NU   Mr. Stewart is  the  newly   appointee  sunerinti.ndant and assistant inanapr  ofthe  War   Eagle   and   Centre  Star  ooinB^y.^hiandMr.Croma.left.  f we/9*$;  fcere.,- ,<  * ,  - ��   ( ���*? i/  *     i        ���*     ��� .ni'i*  EHe hasOareMlj went Over,  the Field and has Fig-  '  -'guiesTo Back His  Statements,' ''/,  %���  ^ -:'* ' l'  " - -> ��'" ���v' '��� v L'vi^^ii^^fej^  ''*>k     ,'' '        ���        I ^   ^��   Vsr,     .'^tSaS-a.'^-X*^ ��^-s-i-^ss,'  "**  ffe.    <���"     ^ryy.s^'^&^^^    *W*5^^,>'^^jQ^i-^��i--==S=!  ;���"'" -.''Paid TTP;aapit-av*? ��6O-0i0OV��� V     .  I"' ���' -  ':'BeSe^��oiir6er:i' ^SiOOOiOOO^oyv^o, c  rn��4-oi Resources?   r,  ,  ���..,,   , , . ,        ,,  '' Mr. A,-Carney' qtpKaalo,   assistant  timbor'inspector, informed the/Leader  a'few'nava  epd While, in, Moyie tbnt  there would,'be .more logs  taken out'  anymore lumber',' cut" in , South East  Koptenay in 1905' 'than there-   was* in  1%04,   The government at the. beginning of each y ear-endeavors-Jo g^t'an  e-tiinato'  of "what-tlie  revenue  ircm  lumbering wih be.loAhe yo.uy ahd ll  BeSe^aoiirces^'835060*000-  . Total Besourf?^^ . ^ ,  wwir-"ji  .        -.t-  ior Rossland thia morning. *lr.  ���Btewrrt was formerly engineer at, tbe  LeKoi, hui iws recently been at Banrt  developing some coal  piopartfea.  .VEaEloB'SpepieJrMeetiig. ,  i".. rf^ioyie aerie of Eagles will hold  i special meeting tonigntin theirhall  M- 'A' W. Von Ithein/ r**ovmc*al  deputy grand president of the order,  is Here arid will .pay. < the aerie an  official virit. There will also be- one  or two initiations.   A full   attendance  J ��� I '    r, " "4 '    r  jg desired.      ���   " :���__ '-  ;     "   LOCAL NEVA'S-!  ' f ii r  ^! Dad'Miller was up from _Fornie tbis  'week. ���  ' ^ ��� ������,      ~>   ' m.  J[IrsPE. -D.,Hdpe   has ' rethrned, to  'JMoyje to refcide.,'        0, ���<>  .- -M.i.BeV��d,j:' "-t^1-lPi, 'bttm  arc; in lOffii. Y " f    ' ' '       \  'S.A, Scott' has;-returned to  Moyie  after arl db'sOiice of '?'evftr��l mquLb-i.-  . .  ��� ir.  ;��� th..   Or  ^',Ice .Harvest Begun,'.;' .  ,metXl ^MARKET^ '.    t  I   iT-Tew 'YoKK^Bar'^ silver, 61f ceutc  ' "     " '   Spelter*) $4'75 v  ;  , 12s 6d.' J     s.  .h' G. iilMP.&S.. ��6B  i s >���  .'s" E.iin-'  ,0  loTerlooKthe'Groeerr'Stoe m  Lake'Shore  S  j, W.'HtCS,?Mpriet��.  R  6,000,000 feet: Corrufhers .Lumber , Oo.  ���3000,000 -feet;   'Staples  Uurobcr' Oo-;  eOOO'OOO foot; >lolPb.   Lujpnber cCo-  3000,b00 feet; Standard ' Lumber   Co  4000,000 feet; Crows "Nest'Lumber Co.-  10 000,000 feet; Elk Siver Lumber Co-  S000,000" ieet;   Fernie, Lumber ��� 0* :  '-1000,000'feet; \Vaidtobe Lumber; Oo.-J  5',000)OOOfeei;lM.KcInni8) E)k  river,  3 000,000 feet; Crcw^est, Pass Coal  cUnantf for-minihg purposes, o.OOO,--  000-rfeet,     .      ,���.'..>       r. t-f,      ���:,.  &<As evidence 'of the.healthy condition  of.llie lumbering industry," .aaia ,Mr  Carney, "tbe mill owners-always; pay,  lbeir claims to tbo government   cueer-  [ully,and,Iuaveuo   trouble  Whatever  in collecting the money, The gpv-  erfimont'B^enuefromtimbwxa^hw  'district foi*' 1901 was WQ.00O. lj��  ���vpar I look for it to be nearer 4oO,OUU  >Zperhaps[u will reach  $60,000."  The Moyie Lumber company w ou  lbe verge oi making a sale. If a deal  id ���uide tbe new company will,^  take out from 5,000.-000 to S.OdO.OOO  feet of logs. _       __   v  James.Crohin was elected r:idenl  of [ho'BUyerLtiud ilineowners at  their recent beetinR in Kelson.  '"Mrs." 'lirc-ckenbriilge was "up from  Wardnerthis'weefc Voting with Mr,  an^lrs, Frith and Mis, McAhi^er.  ' li-elix-Desaulmer'is repairing the eld  Catholic church building.and will "oon-  veiit it into a Jive ro'om  residence..  is as clear, iw�� ^ j -,---  ,. t    ���,,    _-������  ohiovie.and--Paul Handley  ,of   Cran-  brV.okjwill.out 'and ship between pOO  nnd- 600" tons ,to Oranbrqck. , Mr.  Hawkev,illuandlo;tbe^ioyieendo��  business and Mr. Handley   tho   Cran-  b;0ok':endofit:   This  work  will  pve  employment to 10 or 15 men for  some  little time. ,'-. . _'     '        ^   .  License 0bmni,is8ioner,s,.  Eagles' Hall.  reappatnted , cln^f .license'  ]?*&?*'  ihis is the'seoond   term for  Hill and  Doyle v    '______^__1-      '  *     Houses in Lemaiid.   ���'  Bmrjjj^cV-a��**c  sennage- ���aiiu', **��-y.    w;Us ,������ offered  ckaxrroob:.  Omcial   Brokers for  the Company.  HATS.      ��^ -B- -�����* ���*-       ..���-,.   See our  union  ^^ ��� rtf hats in town,   a*-0 u"  We carry tbe best "V*1*** ��� The,'ro beauties  mad0 "PWM  OF THE WEST. ^  EacrW hall is.beginning lo have,  the appearance of an opera houfc.  5;L^eryforthes,agobas-;ved  . ^ ii,:,. cv'ppk by li- A>*Jecu  'ind was out up this** ^eeK Ui  Ti C -brook, who is now employed  bv F. J* Bradley & Co., who have the  obntraot. The curiam wul ��K>oa be  ready to put in place ^   .  Chainberlaiul*.       Coutoi-  alotuer'*! Favorite.  The soothing and boaliug properties  i- ;t��Tilpasant tasto    and  oltb->�����*l.*^t(rat��,tov.  -vhorc     H   in     especially   prueu     .  as to au aduit.    ���*- si*  xVtchison  veiit it into a Jive room  resident - __ ^       ,.  ^Doi.^nd Victoria, killiet ��i    .^^^i  the  ^ritisb, Cohimb^  uSoiifirlnorooW'an^  ?b, ^ fl��tlo  announces  the   ^oint^ent  withMr.andMrs.HVQ^��jo^        ���_  ��T ^. Boberts was- uLv from' Cranbrook the a'Rit Of  the  week . assisung  W J Aiohis'on taking stock.      ,  * John Gallon and Srank Mdoie came  up from Bonner's Ferry .this  week, to  see the town and   to    viait with  rclar  .*,",**  lives.     - ' .  T v Lownoy is back in Moyie and  -.nay decide to   embark   in ' bussiness,  lur.'  Lowuey at   one   time'  ran   the  Cosmopolitan hotel here.  The provincial' government. )�� putting torth every effort, to enforce the  game law, 'and. tho various constables  uenotifiedto.see.that the law is  carried ont to the letter.  The Moyie Wincing,   Club   gave   a  social hop.in tbe   Eagles' hall  Thura  day evening-' They will give  apolnei  dance     next      Thursday ^    evening,  Feb.' 0 th  'During the month pf   January   the  St.  'Eugene  company  milled'"12.918  tono^cf crude ore and made 2,52 0 tone  of   concentrates.    During   the   latter      ���  part of the month the mill,, broke  all.    '  records and the daily run was 120, tons'     ,  of concentrates, or about<2Q tans  more  oer day than was   ever   made, before.  ;��� ,-;      *       . '  i     '     "   Dixie, Jubilee .Singers. ^  y r      L. *���*        * l.  , '' ���*   ���   ' ' ���;���-��� ���"*      " -   ���.;-��.  The colored troop of D.ixie 'Jubilee  ���.icgore gave'a'-very* credita'bleV'enter-  cainiiieiifin tbe Eagles'; hall,Wednes-   ^  day evening.1    Tbeir little company ot;,  seven 'is m*ade up of cultural 'chnstian  0ftbe;follo,wihg gentlemen .as .hcense  commissioners for ^dl^;-sieele  ����� ^.--t-  .,.��.*'-  Hill of Moyie, ^'Doyle of *ort oteeie .^ ^ ^aae^n pods^ssing voices  and Wlter ��� Edwards oi -CranbrooL. L,^ ^^ ^d'-Baauly/ 'They  j   LLMcMullihof  Fernie   has  peer* .^..-^  siicoeasfal  tours .m  r    i: r>o'   InsrwfltQi. >7 .< V- *.        ..' . ���*    -.'���  There are more families living in  Moyio now that ever belore, and every  house ancl almost every room in toNVn  is occupied. It would appear that. the  building of a few cotlagc. or rental  purposes would be a profitable^ invea-  ment for some one with a hi% capital,  ns good'tenants could easily bo secured and the Houses would in a short  time pay for themselves  UI'       iO-iS.        Dy.���j,��� -;-��� v " , .  .*  haye made'many successful tours ,in  the states'anH are now closing a very  successful tour or tla6 pacific cbast.'  orAnbroqk  items.  Cranbrook Herald:  ewelry  .-s.'��� -        - .-'     .:-.���-.  ���  S. A.  Scott   will   give   a   Practical  i *,.,,-nn   oi   the   value   of   the  demonstration   ol   il.-    v  Phoenix Fire Extinguisher tomg  t  a  8 o'clock sharp at tho corner of Queens  avenue and Victoria street.  Active preporations are being mad,  for the grand masquerade  bah  which  wiU b�� SlV%tt%B^Sb     Ticket  evening,      ���*<��br,n-vr.v1 nftluu  with lunch will be 5pl.UU.  Mi.s Annie Snyder, "lmmoruua   am  dramatic .oader and impeKonato^,   -il  e*ve a teciial in the Ei'Rles  hall b.itur  day evening, February lllh. She will  be bore under the auspices of the  Methodist church.  ���VtraiiTsiTstroncMoctiotncs.  Many people snffet for years rum  rheumatic pains, and prefer to do bo  r ther than take tho strong niechemo  usually given for rheumn ,.m.not  iMiowin* that quick relief fiom pain  may be had simply by applying  Chamberlain's Pain Balm am w h-  out taking   any   medicnie, internallv.  For sale by W.J'. Atchison.  Legislaturejo Meet-  The rroyinoial legislature has been  called to meet at Victoria nest Thursday, February 9th.  Dr. King leaves next Tuesday for  Victoria to attend the annual session  of the   provincial legislature.  Key CUy Lodge I. O. O. F. wilj  give their annual ball this, year on  Friday evening, February  24th.*      .     ,  W. D. Hill received a telegram last  , eveJng from CJalcary stating that his  son Stanley, who is attend!ng the  Western Canada college in that city,  had met with am accident while play-,  iue hockey and one eye was so badly  injured that he would probably ��� lose it.  Mr. and Mrs. Hill loft thia afternoon  for Calgary and will probably bring  their son home with them.  CREAM  !  i  *j  : COITAL- ^ulhori^)-  CAPITAL, CTaid.TJP).---  BEST.  ..^000,000.  '    S3.QOO,000  :$3;ooo,ooo  ���i  REST . ������ * * - ��� '��������� ���"'���"    ' ���  HLA-n O-FFTCE TOBOHTO, ,��^^1SV..e-Prep arid/G'eh.. Man,  HLAD.-Oi.wo,"b, x _       WlLlCI^iV*--;*3 Ym  -rnei In8pector.;:  T.--R.M.ERRIT"T,?re8,    ^;,eT.   W. MOFh AT, v.uet       i  E. HAY, Assistant Qen. Man.abe. .     v.BOnerai banking.bu-i-  GftAWBROOK B^ANVtt-   p.Wtrai��aetea.        -  .AvSlSSiS^-o-U  DraUs sold, available in -all  Par"   h collection��.     ���    ,���  Europe.' Spooial.attontion given-  .     p^"^/^'^,   Mana��j0f.  ^.^t^KS&zsSV^^  ,   _a. ������*�����. s-r -n.^^iy s^--5"-  W,receive many  Watch, and .Jew-  elrv repair, fron the people   of  Mw is  ,v^'to lhe smallest oltbcm     V> ^^  't;0 do.uur work as. ,-u, >    -'     '-^  rftly,  M i--;--J;;-liu iU1(lw.y  plua-aoyou.    II w- ,      t0  ma.ke mistake^ ^^y. ^  andw.wilido  our.utoictvo   *'-*->��� .  ^ | any of ouv misdomgs.  VV    H    WI'-SOW, '  CRAN.BKOOIC. Ih O.  Jo wider.  ��� WHEN IN '.j  .'���'��� ' |,     OKASBBOOKj  U. II. H31AI.!"*,  "UiHitiK'-'l-r  Good rooms, good  tablea and  bar,  aud (irst ch'-s'S v-amnlo yyAi-t.  I cents a &alf g��u��4 c*A.  -AT AlX.'GROGER-S\_ ; -  *    Dr   pace's Cream Baking Powde? i? m-ade fVpm  oure Cream of Tar tar, derived frpm grpjsv an| te  combines' the highest leavening  strength with the  (r^eatest purity and healt'hfulness.; _ ,���  Dr Prire's Cream Baking Powfe is; the most  economical'tQ use, because it goes father in leaven-  ing nnd insures perfect, wholesome food.  'H Saves Mofley and S^Tes Healtt.  ���&  O,    "  1-1  I        ,''  ^.a-^'is et-''���'.,.'*<��� ■ fft+rjKnm*rimasBfi>&
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DODD'S.   KIDNEY, .PILLS,  CURES
HIS  BLADDEH  TROUBLES.
James "Atwell   Prove-j--That   Lumbago.
and   Bladder  Troubles   Are , Caused
by  Diseased , Kidneys.'
Campbellford,' Ont.. ^Jan. 23.—(Special)—That 'Lumbago and Bladder
'Trouble are. both' caused by diseased
Kidneys' has been'shown in-the case
ot Mr. James Atwell of this place.
Mr. Atwell says: .
"I "hard Lumbago and Bladder(Trou-
ble" i In passing my urine would
hurt me so as, almost to cause tears
to come'to my eyes.J I used medicines
and a bandage prescribed by my doctor but got no relief. Then I tried
Dodd's Kidney, Pills, and. they cured
me for good and all. I" will never be.
without=Dodd's Kidney Pills . in    the
house," 'Y-- ' ' ' > ._..,,
" Cure' ' your Kidneys with Dodd -
'Kidney Pills, and they will strain tbr
cause of Lumbago,' Rheumatism,
Dropsy or Bladder Troubles out-of the
•blood. '    *"■'.     ,     ,* l_.
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"     ',"      THE-MEvJRIC SYSTEM, i
Soon to   JSe Api>rovu«I   In   Canada »nd K»-
forced -Alter Duo Notice.,  ,
„ ' rt Ij » f
A   One   of   the     most   important,    fea*-
'tures  ot  Canadian.* legislation  will tie
/.the".adoption   in   thej/vory   early    .future' of the-metric'sysTem of weights
und' measures.  Steps   are already being talfen to" supply" the school phild7
rcii'With 'a  knowledge   of  the  metric
tables,  but ample notice wil^haveto
be   given   to   business, men  before  tho
change, becomes operative.,    This notice may  be. five-years,  or the^Goy^
ernor-in-Council  may   have power (   to
make tlie ^transition ,stagc'evcn "longer than tiiat.. The reform is one', how,-
.evor.,, that., Tmust  almost   ^inevitably,
come.:.The  civilized  world''outside of
Britain,  the British^ colonies,,and the
„United States", to-day' kriows no  oth-
' er system of measuring than the inet-
•ric.    In, theso latter countries,^ iiiclud-
• irig Canada itself,'the use of.it     has
(,beeii, optional for, years,  and both' in
the  United  Kingdom   and' In the United .States the reform  is being    adve-
rated. A bill providing-, for the     abo-
'"lition  of the British   system,  , as  the
old   tallies   are  called,   was'-   accepted
by both Houses ' of ^the Imperial Parliament , thi3  year',; and   at, the     approaching  session  there'is  every-reason  to believe that  the' measure, will
pass  all   stages   and .become  the.'law
"of the  land.   Committees , of -Congress
haye,reported in.favor of  the, metric
system       being    .-made       compulsory
throughout ,thc   United, States,-,    but
inquiry1'has 'shown'(that'the"*domestic,
.trade of the.-JJnion'Is str on giv ""opposed to the change, knowing nothjng.of
the ' advantages \/they',. 'would',, 'thern-
- 'selves^reap, by)*doing' business bn^this;
' the simplest, clearest, .and tnost'eom-
plete ,system  of -measuring^,   that-the--
mind' of man' ever devised.. < ~       v> .'
"-  It,may-bc-of   interest... to -,   Canadians .to know that althoug"h(the metric ' system - was     .first     applied     in
France; the idea was that of a  great
Englishman.   At  the Imperial Conference" in "London two years  ago.  when
representatives ( we're present,  of,   the
British   Government   and . all .the  self-
governing   colonies, -the  following  resolution was adopted:
."That it -is advisable to adopt the
metric system' of weights and , measures for use within the Empire, and
the"Prime Ministers represented at
this conference "promise to g£*7*-J con
sideration to the question"
■    early  adoption."
_____       'i'IUj^i-   -v^*.-        *<• .:—-*-
selt really Known ana-: urxietjrtooa t,o
and by-all the civilized world, as,,
for all practical purposes, it is an.
independent entity,' with a future
growth and development,' Bocial 'and
financial, that will not be eclipsed
by -any • other people.
"While New York; has been talking
canals for years,1 Canada quietly
went ahead and built her magnificent
artificial waterways, and changed tho
route - of transportation - over and
through her 6wn territory, to '-the
great markets ■ beyond the sea.       -'
"New "York, marvels, "but does not'
yet understand her friends' across the
border, who have a way of , doing
things first and talking after. , Why
' should ,we not feel pride in having,
such*, a "people as neighbors?"
f       Hl« Order.
Mrs. Hoon—" "Deacon Iron jaws has
Buch  a  commanding,way!" '    -  (?
. Mr. Hoon'—"Yes, I noticed that he
passes the contribution box with an
air which, eeeiiis' W, say 'Present
'almsl'V''.   '    ,.    ■*?■"   *•    „       „*   ■'*'-■'  ,
;i Jl « s,        __ . . — I
. " a . (• .J*-*'inr ally. | " ,
' .Throgrriorton—What , do you * suppose Jonah did when he first arrived,
in. the whale's anatomy?" • „
, Codling-ton—"Well, under the . circumstances,' I should suppose that he
sat  down. t0 blubber." '      '
.'- r ,   ,   -    .
"*    A,'-A  Hint For Heilih.. ;    "   ,
Physicians say that' those -who steep
With'their mouths .closed have the best
health.   If .vou awake in the night nnd
find your mouth open get up and close
it.        , *      ,        *      - ' 'i"
Among'fill forms of.mistakes prophecy js * ho most gratuitous.—Eliot, , \
.'   . A    'r    nnd   Her  Appetite.
nan-'y---Molly. you"-'look, g.oodeeiotr ;•-*'•
to eat."-Molly—A11* you have to do if
'■isdc.inc to'dine'.-- I'll do the'.eating'i'
_rie;ht.—Boston'Trnnserint,''        _,      A''
,      rJ        '-"     '•' .»rV" *     ;' '    r ',       -        *..-
DANGEROUS   C0LD3
Influenza, ' Bronchitis,    Pneumonia;'or
'Consumption-,Often , Follow,   a    Neglected  Cold—Avert'the •Dange'i;- by
Keeping .the ,Blood Pure'and Warm
'        ,T '-'..      __l,l,?    r.fr.nln      + Vl n     111 Tl P*R   "wfiak
of    its
are
the
"B.C. Indians  Dying Out.
The Indian tribes of" British Columbia, tortured by insidious disease, for the introduction of .which
the-whites are primarily responsible,
and face to face with tho fact of
rapidly diminishing numbers that
bespeaks extinction in thc near future, arc adopting heroic measures
in the hope of check-mating fate.
It is not race suicide in the general acceptance of the term that ' is
to blame, but the usual penalty ,of
the red. race when it touches the
white, for the vast majority of 'the
tribes are by constitutional disease
ruined, and when children aro born
they are unhealthy from birth. .,
Thinking   men    of    the   tribes
seeking   external   remedies,   and
adoption of white chiklren'by stealth
—varied  with an occasional out-and-
out purchase—is     becoming common.
Only  a few years  ago  tho chiefs and
sub-chiefs of one of thc Vancouver Island  wost coast tribes united  to pay
I'cter  Bellinger-  $4,000   for  hi*    five-
year-old  son,   who   was received   with
honor, elected  a chief  with elaborate
ceremony  and  alloted  six  wives,   the
sturdiest young  women   of  the  tribe,
in   order   that    extinction   might     be
averted.     The   boy      was   rescued   by
the  provincial   police    and    the   tribe
was   left  disconsolate.
Two white travelers returned from
Quatsino last week with the new*
that in all that once numerous tribe
there is now only one child, a boy;
and after a long and interesting
pow-wow, tho ITaldahs of Queen
Charlotte Island have sent their little girl, to Quatsino to be his playmate and bride.
Heavy colds strain tho lungs, weaken "tho  chest,    banish   ,-the  appetite,
cause,- .melancholy,.'- Pale   weak   people,' 'whose hands and, feet are chillefl
for   want  of   riehf'rod, blood,  always
catch cold/  Their "lungs .are soft—the
heart  cannot  send out  blood , enough
to    mako    them' ' sound    and <', strong.
Then comes the cold and cough, packing the. frame'and tearing the tender
lungs.<  The cold may turn into pneumonia,' '.-influenza, ^consumption     or
bronchitis—a .'.lingering   illness   or '"a
swifter death. All weak people should
use TDr:   Williams'   Pink -Pills.  :"The
rich red blood   they make   strengthens
the'heart,.'and it sends   this   warm,
healing blood to the" lungs,°and once
again the  patient  is  a  strong-lunged,
warm-blooded. man   or,  woman.    Mrs.
Jane  ( A*. ,   Kennedy, /  Douglastown,
Qiie.,   bears':the   strongest .testimony
to   the   value of Dr.* Williams'   Pink
Pills in cases of this  kind.' She .says:
"My. sister,   a   delicate   girl,   took    a
severe - cold    when almost" seventeen
years old. »We- tried many_ medicines
for her, but she appeared to be constantly  growing  worse,  and we  feared  she  was  going into, consumption.
Often after she had a bad night with
a  racking  cough, I would get up to
see if she had spit any blood. At this
stage a friend strongly urged me to
give    her    Dr.    Williams' . Pink   Pills.
'Within  a  month from  the  time  she
began   to   take   the pills she bad almost recovered her. usual health. Under   a   further use of the pills she is
now  well  and strong,   and   I   can recommend the pills with confidence to
every weak person."
Dr Williams' Pink Pills are a certain cure for all blood and nerve
troubles, such as anaemia,, debility,
lung complaints, rheumatism, neuralgia St. Vitus dance, partial paralysis and the. troubles that make the
lives of so "many women miserable.
Be sure you get, the genuine'pills
with the full name, "Dr. Williams
Pink Pills for Pale People," on the
wrapper around each box. Sold by-
all medicine dealers or sent by mail
at 50 cents a box or six boxes for
$2.50, by writing the Dr. Williams
Medicine  Co.. Brockville,   Ont.
MOUNTAIN OF ICE.
A   Wonderfal - Nugural. "Curiosity   la
-Weit ^lr*lnl«.
- The' greatest   natural   curiosity   in
West Virginia, is the'ice mountain in
Hampshire county.
The mountain, which is 4,000 or 5,000
feet in height, is situated'about sixteen
to eighteen mile's beyond Romney,' on
a mountain road,' and is known to 4
many of the people thereabout as the
"mountain of ice."   '    '   'r ■' ,
One side of, this* mountain, the western, is covered from apex to the river's
edge with' loose ore f or shale to the
breadth of at least a quarter of a mile.
Beneath this shaley^rock, no matter at
what season of./the year, there is always plenty of ice.to be'found. When
the natives want'to get a supply of ice',
they go to the mountain, lift up some
of the flat stones and dig or pick out
all the ice they ♦want. ,Ice has been got
there'as. late, in^-he season as Sept. 15
and .that always- neargthe surface. >„. .
The, people say-5=that' there is plenty
of ice the year round, only'" requiring a
little deeper-digging„to-get it. Snakes
and other reptiles which seek to cross
the' spot^bn which ice is found, freeze
and become .torpid before theyj- sue-,
-ceed, as tbe frozen and dead bodies of
', many found lying on top of the ground
go to sliow..-,   ■ * „     *. *'
"Nothing  will  grow'on  or  near the'
ice'deposit, it is .too cold for that.
Below, at the'fqp't-of the'mountain,
a progressive' farmer haa^ built "a big'
logi>, dairy   or*'cold  storage.     The   log
structure .lias been'.erected  partly  in
and partly beyond, the', earth, and the
intersticesl between, the  logs'-rfor the
depth of several'feetronvthe mountain'
side,are packed.full-and tight with ice,',
while tbe same frozen liquid covers the
' floor'to fthe deptli. of'several inches.
No effort is made to keep outcrop tiles,'1
for .although'meat,1 butter, eggs, etc.;,
are kept in the'dairy, ;as ,it is called,
snake's^ and other, such ^vermin always
become torpid, ti'ef ore'they can'domis-
- chief. ■"' * '-• ,' ».'.", ' '
'■ The only explanation of the freak
given by. persons familiar with the"'ice
mountain is that tti_e.part of tbemoun:,
tain where''the ice "'as "fouiid is'-.com;
posod. of tloose'rock or shale-and that
during-the rainy seasons the spaces in
the loose rock- are' filled -with water,
which during the long, hard winters,
_which'.prevail in that section freeze so
solid that the .heat and rains^of 'summer never", reach, it strong enough to
melt it.-r-Exchange.     -
Cpntrplpf
ronchiti
Qlbeii the Mist
Cleared
By Kate TYL Cleary
Cop-yriabt, 1904, by K«t« ft. CI«ry
%      .ClotHes and Heat. t     .    ,
WheWwe   speak  of - warm  or.-cool-
clothing we'use as absolute .a metaphor
'as when-we talk of the sun going down
or the.'.'rosy'fingered dawn."* -Clothes
can communicate neither beat nor*cold
to the body.   Fur is not warm nor linen-cool, except as they serve as con-,
-ductors'-for the. heat'generatediby the
body itself]- Fur-and wool are excellent   nonconductors   of   heat—that -is,,
they-do hbt'allow the heat'of ihe bodyr
to'escape so'easily asjsome other materials— and ,tne 'reason why fur is ' one
of  the poorest conductors  of heat is
not/asr-mightbe supposed,'so much because'of its thickness' and weight as
because of .the-air which ,<is mingled
with   or  confined-"between   its   fibers,
confined air being one of the most effectual, nonconductors of heat known.
Isabel had known that the meeting
with him would*be-a shock, but she
had trusted to the hope that, being
forewarned, Bhe would also bes, forearmed. And1 she felt helplessly; furious
to realize that she had grown cold and
white the Instant he stood before her.
- She had,been crossing to the.parlor
from the dining-room after luncheon
when Roy, Cameron" had' come, along,
the hall; • ,- ;  '  " ' «
"isabel!" be exclaimed, his,voice low
and significant., "Isabel!"„   ,
, -She-3=?.s more,beautiful'than the girl,
he had wooed. She had bloomed out in
the atmosphere'of' luxury and in the
assured;social- position that had come
to  her ".with'! her  marrMge. .And'-he
found this new charm immensely attractive.-   He rejoiced that the hand
she "gave.him an .instant *trembled„in
his own. "But his eyes, that dwelt as if
'in- fascination upou her face, were dark >
with unutterable reproach. _.   ■ ,.   • ■
Her first words'were'piteously defenT
>Bive.       v<',    .*  »/., ../J,   ,  "->'■'     ' "
"It was all in-the-papers," *she faltered. "Every one,.believed ,it: v Your
own mother accepted'the news of your
death as true."'        "     >       ., *> y
<- .."I wish" to, God that-it.had been!" he <
said passionately.,, ."When aater.I,read
of 'your'marriage-Well, I* hated those,
who.pulled the Spanish knife out of my
side!"    "   - '        *"■'    .-"'   ' ' ■■-  *'**''-<'>;
. She shuddered, her' sweet^lips paling/;
■ "But..you.-look quite well; .'quite ,like
your old self," she, said ^anxiously.*,';;'-"
„"0V,I'-'got,* oyer that hurt • all' right,
It's the other I can't get over.  Put»onr
your hat and come down on the beach,
Isabel—that is, if'yourhusband doesn't
object,", he added, with a slight sarcastic 'curl of his^handsome-lip. •-   .(   •
She drew herself up proudly. '    "   .', ;
■ - "Myjhusband,? she^said coldly, ^ob**,
Jects ,t'o'nothing that I do., 1^,^111 go
.with you for a short walk." •...'.
And she told,herself the while she-
flung on her golf cape - and, crushed a
little scarlet Tam ,o' Shanter down on
her "dark  hair with, hands   that  still. (
shook that this was ,the only time .she,
would  sp°eak  wlth-him   alonev.f She-
owed -him   an',explanation,   and;'he
should have it  -He must not be,permitted-to construe her emotknTat sight
of him into belief that ,she still 'harbored a romantic attachment; toward
BsEndoubtedly Possessed by the Well-knowi
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-    j dence that it is effective in ordinar
coughs and colds.
for bronchitis. .  _4
, The, difficulty, has been in .the administration of the turpentine so as
to' reach the irritated.^and ^inflamed
parts' and not be disagreeable to the,
patient. ■   "     . .   " '
-Not only has the trouble been overcome' by' Dr.   Chase  in  his  Syrup  of
Linseed and Turpentine,  but-he has
also combined with turpentine ■ two or
three ingredients of almost equal'power
in soothing ""and healing' the diseased
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suitable for children' and adults alike.
The remarkable success of Dr., Chase s
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cure   for * .bronchitis,1 'asthma,   croup
MRS. '   RICHMOND       WITHROW^
Shubenacadie,    Hants    Co.,    N.     S.j
writes:     *      ' .   - ', c.       .
"I have used Dr. Chase's Syrup o^
Linseed, and, Turpentine with good,
success.'^.;. My second-,'.daughter wai
troubled with;bionchiti3 from the ag«J
of three weeks. .Oftentimes I thought
she would"choke to death. 'The ser4
era! remedies we-got did not seem tan
be (of",.much use,, but the, first-dose of
Dr.-- Chase's ,Syrup.' of ,- Linseed anif
•Turpentine has ''saved us many doc
tor's bills', and I^would not' be wital
out it in the house^for many tiraea
its* cost."       .,,   - ',
Dr.  Chasers Syrup of Linseed and|
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dealer"*'-*or Edmans'on, Bates  &  Co.i
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him
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Towering  cliffs hid1'them  from' the.
sprawling, fashionable,town. -The*roar
of the surf came up-to them in'a low,,
booming, thunderous" monotone. Ahead,.
behind,-, over the vistas of -sand. - and.,
ya'st-.surges"of'the,ocean. hung"a- fog;
dense, illusory,4- silvery, mysterious.   In
its" rifts' "phantom- ships -were, visible,-
dipping and courtesy ing on' their .noiseless course.", ■;' ..'-*'    '      -
J "It's all very harmonious," said Koy
-Cameron  grimly.    "Might  have  been
made to order as a setting for our lit-
would*miss her so.   TJe had great possibilities, which only Jshe-could inspire.
If she 'would only go away for awhile
—iet'"Graeme get--a, divorce for deser-;
tion! 'Then they, could be„married and
(Wvethis part of the world.   He knew.
lot-a  good  opening  in'-navanaU'^HIs
love should make recompense, to her—
' She found, her' voice there. > .";      "    -
' "I^ove!" she.repeated-   /'Love!"   And
fie'-'quailed a-- little' before ,!the* grave
scorn in her .'eyes.,. ,;_',.''-.* -' \" 4'
■ "You'-..would hav« "lfnie break ;imy
pledged vows, "degrade my ..loyalty,
bankrupt my life—for- what?" She
paused,' shaken by1" the -'revulsion' of
feeling that' overwhelmed her. Was
this' her ideal .'lover? .Was this man-
peevish, -passionate, wearisomely per-,
sistent—the,hero sh« had-enshrined 'in
her' heart? •   * *-<    ',    ' ■' '        -' '
"Oh, -Vhush!" ' she-:   Bald    brokenly.
"Hush!"   -.<,-'■"' '-. - .'"   .
".-He thought''she spoke .thus. because
of the aDDroach of lotb^*-B     Two mep
were-leaning against the hulk of the
boat' on the farther ,side. V But It was
'only after she had spoken that she ree-'
ognlzed her husband's -Voice. ■ ■',,   ■
- "If it were, not' for a certain knqwK
"edge I possessed, Travis,"'be was,saying 'VI- would-not-ha've'urged the cliild,
to be* my wife'; long and dearly, though
'I.had lbved.her/ltwas* notreven tiiat
I.could help;her family out of a dire
'difficulty were, I one*of them-nor .yet
'wholly  because!'I. was :awar« of c tlie;
'uristable' character; of the   man   for
Vfiom she had, I" understood, * girlish,
preference. -It was .chiefly because I
knew.'I'cbuldnot live long.   I've heart
trouble-bf'-an'incurable kind, my doctors tell' me. ' She* does not suspect, of
course. "' She "is all that is sweet and
pure and womanly.    But* it' does ■ me
good to"know-that one of these days
ooQietti ,,,-llnat other man whom  Bhtj
honored—whom she loved!    She upoka
in^ no, uncertain,.'terms. ' "He '■ quivered!
wirJb'jtheihierited.sting of. her disdaln|
BirLbe understood at; last.'.*..And "whenf
slie"*lifad' flung; away' from"; him-, and. wail
walking'rapidly! back^alonehe, follow-|
ed and caught; lip iwitb.' ber.      v (<-     f
"I'll go away tonight.   Forgive me if 3
you can. ', See,,tlie mist is clearing off."|
• The silvery veil was*rolling up, lik'ej
! a scroll' from tbe< tossing, peevish bll-j
.'lows, .and! the-'sun was shining forth,|
dazzling,-resplendent.    -t      {
'" "The 'mist' has   quite cleared,"  shaS
Baidi: ,'And .then' lower, "Thank God!"
' That' night' Robert Graeme, marvelj
ing at her greater gentleness ot words/
the new tenderness of her, smile,'rthrill-^
ed to think that perhaps his one wild!
dream ~was coming true after all and^
that'-'lie ' might -win ' the  love   he,, so '
craved;'.,,;) ,   ,    --       ■' ''   ',
- ' "Dear,",she?said to him, "It is Buch
a beautiful Vorld.,, I am' finding out
that—I am. happy!"',     .       ''     ■
He bowed his.head over her hand
that she. might not see,tbe rapture in
his. eyes. -'And, both found- the silence
sweet,,' i   , ' ,a     •       ' *       '■ '"
'   A   BOON'  TO   CHILDREN.
> medicine that will keep infants
and voung children plump, .good na-
tured, with a clear eye and a rosy
skin, is a boon not only, to, mothers
little while they walked on in silence
"Isabel " he asked suddenly, bending,'
lTto\:^iirSn^i' medic-mVis * for^d to" look, into bier avert edfiace,
Baby's Own' Tablets, -which promptly    ..why did.y0u marry that rich manicure all the minor ailments of little       Her wifely  pride  rose instantly in
ones, and makes them eat well.nlay.i g &t tfae lnsinuation.
well and sleep . well.   You-_can jafely j     <<You speak ag tll0ugll Robert Graeme
tie comedy,' eh?" Nothing, around ua ; ¥^hen* she is free* again (she will have
but vague obscurity-and we three the protection ' of my name,, even
the most hopeless of all/the ghosts that though i am no longer with her. She
™alk""        ''"',■'' i    '- wm be still, a young and beautiful wo-
"We-three?" she repeated, not com- | maii and a' very wealthy one. you
prehending.J   •       •■' ,.        -   '     " ' ' ". understand,, I am only telling this to,
"You and' I-and .the ghost: of our you, itf confidence, because you are
vanished happiness!"'he sahL :    .,    .,| such an old friend, „and I could not
"Oh'"  she murmured.    Then for, a   beaj to have you doubt my motives.
Shall we walk on?
They  went back  toward the town,
oblivious of the two in the shadow of
tbe boat . «,;,'.*.
Isabel rose quickly  and looked ont
over the .tumultuous waste of waters.'
A fluctuant color was hot in her cheek.
in
take the' words of- lh0^nclsvn^)fimnf ' wereVridT man ,"o"nly," she said In- ! Hev'eyes*"w ere full of a* brooding brother's who have proved the value oi   ."                                                         -•_-                                     .    -        —       .~
these   Tablets;   for   instance,   Mrs.   J.
R. Standon, Weyburn,.N. W. T., says:
dignantly.   "He is a good man—a wise ,-liance   Cameron*--had   never   seen
and honorable man." *       ; them before.    ' *
"But you did not love him," Cameron .     <iyou^ heard7" she asked bim
-        J — "* ' " that   was    my    husband   who
•'I   have   proved   the    great   value   or	
Baby's'Own Tablets in cases of diarr- | went,0n mercilessly.    "And you were , knbw
hoea   constipation,,, hives, - and when    engaged to.me." '      <■       sp^k'
teething, and' I would not be without -.     ..Tbey toid me vou were dead in tne i     XJfD
'You
them."   The Tablets, are equally B—-! pwijppjnesi» 8he burst out, harassed
for the tenderest' little baby   or   the    ™   i .    . .,     ...     «xr^
'   Roman  GormanOa.
The wealthy gormands of Rome cherished a strong partiality for song birds.
Both Horace and Martial refer with
approval to roast thrush, and Ovid
recommends "a crown of thrushes" as
a lover's present to hia mistress.
Thrushes' breasts were one of the Ingredients of the celebrated Aplcian
dish, "Patina' apiclana," which also Included beccaficos, mushrooms, sow's
udder, fish and chickens, rivaling the
heterogeneous contents of a gypsy's
"pot au feu."
Horace relates that the sons of Ac-
tius, to stimulate tholr appetite for
Sinner, lunched on "nightingales of
monstrous price," and Varro tells us
of the aviary of Lucullus, which was
also a "salle a manger," so that the
epicure gratified his ears and his palate
simultaneously, feasting upon the delicate warblers whose congeners, unconscious of their coming doom, were discoursing meanwhile the most exqulsita
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me you were dead in the 1 "lHe    nodded?   'misunderstanding*^ber
^    emotion.     "If  what .he  said is   true,
Isahel, I—will*-wait" - -
She flared out on him then. He
W0uld wait 'He was-not fit to brush
the shoes of that other man whom he
An Oiit'.iilcr- oi CKnaila.
The Hon. Charles D. Haines of New
York, a former inember of the United Status Congress; said in Toronto,
the other day: "My impression of
Canada, in part or. as an entirety,
both as to country and 'people■ can
but be inadequately expressed by us-
incc .the,-word- great.
"I am fascinated with the country
as it is" to-day and am astounded
when I study the possibilities of its
future-
"It-must be'conceded that the great
majority of people, both of Croat
Britain and tlu* United States, have
looked upon' Canada us a drear, cold,
barren country, anil, tlie inhabitants
of the provinces liav'e been unfortunately unable to fully extirpate such
impressions, nnd while* these delusions to a large exi.nnt still exist,
they arc rapidly pu.J-si.ng away, jnst
a* Ya.Dld'y   o,s   Canada   is   makinjr    it-
Wiiiaiiniston.
"My  father," said  Wellington's eon.
"deemed Washington  the  purest  ancl
noblest character of modern time—pop-
sibly of all time—and, considering the ,
raw troops with which he had to oppose the  trained and veteran soldiers
of   England,    also   a   great   general."
Another   Interesting   statement   which
the second duke made to General Wilson, who writes .to thc  CornhiU.  was
that when his father was assigned to
the command of  an  expedition  to  be
sent out against the city of Washing-,
ton  and New  Orleans  in  1S1-1 he  declined   the   command   chiefly   on   the
ground that he would not fight against
Washington's countrymen.    And when
his" government asked  for  the  names
of  three  officers   fi-omVwhom   a   commander could be 'selected AVermiStoiv
wrote,   "Sir   Edward   Pakcuham.   ,Si.r
Edward Pakenham,  Sir. Edward  Pa It-
enhiini," and so poor Sir Edward, his
brother-in-law,   was  scut  to   New   Orleans  to meet his  death  in  the  most
disastrous defeat ever sustained by   a
British army.—St. .lames* Gaz-nte.
and eager to have the talk over. "My
1 brother Frank was in tremendous mon-
1 etary difficulties.' There was disgrace
' of some sort ahead for him. Mother
was breaking her heart over the whole
1 matter. And then-then Robert asked
! me to be his wife. I knew he could
! fix up everything. Besides, I was very
fond of him. I always admired him
very much!" she ended defiantly.
"AhI" he said quietly-too quietly.
"That was the way, was it?"
. They had walked rapidly, qnKa outstripping all the others sauntering n
the same direction. Isabel was breathless from haste. The hulk of an old
boat drawn high on the beach offeicd
shelter from thc rising wind and the
too insistent clamor of the waves,
•Mrs. Graeme sat down on an embankment of sand some children had made
in the shadow of the boat.
"I shall  rest a  few minutes.    Then
we will go bad:." she said.
She was wholly  unprepared for tne
violence   wilh   which   he   broke   into
S^Sick!    You would go back tohim
•« ' "N"e"w, York Tenement!..
,'"It   is   surprising   liow "many   (New
.Yorkers there - are , who do not*" know
that   they,   are*  living   -in "tenement
;houses," said,one,of thet inspectors'of
the, tenement house  commission.   "T
"-went into' a;-tenement bouse, in-Mow-er
-'"Lexington avenue on an1 offlciaP-visit to '-J
''inspect the plumbing.,;  iV'is-ope'of tte-H
■old" houses- of -the* downtown._district';
-and notsa" tenement iu anything,butth« '•
official wording of the law.    , '"
" T want to inspect this,tenement,  X
said to'the, woman who,'came to'tho
' door of the' second ftoor apartment,
,   ".'What  did   you/p3^tr   she demanded severely.1)    ^ ^T^-^' r
" 'I'm a tenement boi^g_ln.sPyj^ik
•explained, 'and the law'snys-T-^^
"She did not let me get any .furmer,
but burstrln with: 'I'd have you know
'this Is not a tenement   It's a respectable'apartment house.'
"I knew my duty, and I had a look
■ at the plumbing in spite of -her protests!.   Finally,  against her will,  she
was convinced that it really was a tenement house under the law.
"'Well. Just wait till my husband
comeThome,' she declared. 'We'll'hay
to move. Just think if it ever got out
that we -were living in a. tenement
bouse and had to be inspected!' "-New
York Tribune. '
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St. John* ll ll  '    11  <t     I  o      \  wmm  Wl  mi  t eTig  dnar  EtOW|  ���     S.,  ri  -up of  good  r wai  ie ag��l  ought  e sev4  era tol  >se of  and  '.. doc  ���with-ji  times  d and)  at, all  &  Col  ist imi4  ure' oh  receipt!  .le.  10m Bhil  ie Bpok��  lulveredj  dlsdaln.1  id wheal  andwasl  i  follow**'  '   *   '*"       .',  .ve me- if a  ring off."'-]  ; up, like]  .visa bil--|  iff forth,!  ed," sh'ei  ��� GotH"  marvel*?  )f .words,!  lle'/rthrill-l  one wild]  r all and \  '9   h��r, so;  it is BUCh  iding out  her hand'  rapture in  he Bllenca  ta.r  any: New'f  not! "Know  -"tenement,)  ipectors' of  sslon.   ' "l  e, inj-'low.er'  dal'-visit'to  one'of the,*  vnV��clistrict'.  mg,but'tb��"j  anement,' I  ime to'tho  artnient  ?���   she de-  V  nspedtsr,' I;  ny iurther?5  ; you know  a respecta-  had a look  af her pro-  r will, sh��  r was a ten-  T.  iy husband  'We'll'have,  *ver got out  a. tenement  edl' "���New  Bird.  in  Turkey,  image of *  st  is  green,  :e color,  the  .nd beak al-  othes.  id see  1 how  ,".- Use  good.  iu tare  I 112  TTTTTf  ac:''  fr*3""*'  MOYIE   LEADER  WIOYIE.B. C,  *^p^~��� 'i  '^������* ',, ���'-'--,���,  \ ASTERS CANADIAN EDITORS. |  ��� ������  4��  ��� i'��ries of articles describing   ���  '���' Sir ��v��. thelr,aims-ftid     ��� ���  their influence. ,. J  .     _. ���.��  'No. 18,   '.' ��� ,    ���'  j. yy. Vameson V  ��� ' n**,********4**********  Western newspapermen, is an On-  iajriari by birrth, his, place, of nativity "being"'- EtobicoWe township,- in  Peel County. He was bo'm in ' 1853,  and: is'thus 51 years of age. When a  mere child his parents removed to  Bruce County, which shares* with  Huron the distinction of .having furnished to- Manitoba the-'bulk of her  Ontario settlers. Mr. Jameson received a? sound course of training in  the public schools of his county, and  at the completion of his school education' being ot a marked artistic nature, he took up painting and, decorating ' as his chosen calling, devoting  his time ,and abilities thereto until  1893, when, largely as the result of  too close, attention to his work, his  health failed, compelling him to consider change of climate and occupation. It was then that the voice of  the Great West called* Mr. Jameson,  and hearkening to it he decided to try  what the pure, bracing atmosphere ol  the- prairies would do, for his health.  T-Te came to Carman and embarked in  the book    and < stationery    business,  When y the little folks take colds,  and coughs, don't' neglect thenxj  and  let them  strain the  tender1-  membranes of their lungs,'.  "Give them   '',,''.  :s  " ' J. ,W.'*"*lAMP-;fON  Editor and'Proprietor of, Dufferm"'  '" ���     Leader,,, Carman--, ',- ,r - -; -,  The* Lung  Tonic      -i  It will cure them quickly and  "   ��� strengthen their lungs. ,t  ''. It is pleasant to take,, ' "  Prices, < 25c. 50c,  end'$1.00.;  306  "������ imnn''"  all  the 'newspapermen'���   of  [ ^ifcan^diaV West,  few  are' better  ,-Ltt or more widely'respected Xban  If-nV. Jameson^edilor and ProP^g'..  ' t the, Dufferhi.Loader.   Both-.ro ..hi.  "vJrsonal  and'   professional  .Qualities  ,-Y-lr  Jameson    is    deserving    of V-ie  'Seem Vith--.which   he ���,is, generally  .- Srded.,   His' aims .-and  ideals;   as  -. Jr.* editor   and "newspaper   proprietor  '   ue the reflection arid counterpart of  ���Le of his personal life.    Thorough-  �������s reliability; solidity, impartiality";  niegritv���these   are ~ his', dominating  ,   'cjs'acteristics  as  a-man, ,'and .these  I'1" m the distinguishing characteristics  "' (Mis paper.     .,; ��� '���   '    '      '":'-  In some.J'bspects  Mr. 'Jameson', is  I'- not a b'l'ical Western ' editor.-   Cau-  . , bob and ,i deliberation ' enter , - more  . iwgelv imo"his .mental .makeup than  " is the case of ��� niost "of his',, confreres  "*"' Ofeiuwprise he has- no 'lack, but in  "   'ewrs case it is 'subordinate-to' accur-  ;-. ky mil reliability.    Change for,mere  '��� titanse sate offers no' attraction 1% to  iv'..\kmiud. Before Mr. .Jameson 'goes  ",, 'abend, ie wants ' to 'be -sure ' that-,he  '" ts right   His sen'se, of Responsibility  I" i to tie public is great* and "eyer-r-reseht  *\ aid every, .editorial judgment Ae' pronounces 'is made with".constant refer-  ��� er.ee to its possible effect, not merely  on the fortunes *ot the - political party  to which the'Leader-gives   independent allegiance,  but  to ,  the " whole  public welfare, ami  to the future of  ,the country.    "Mr. Jameson- has    the  kbit of regarding  every   public  and  political  question   as   involving   more  or less of a moral issue, and,  as,'trie  ultimate test of their advisability, all  tested  by  this  touchstone.'    The  make for civic and ��� polit-  isness, the. things that are  report,' that are of virtue and  -. are the things to which  holds, both as an editor  lis a firm believer   in  ise and.'wisdom- of the  i democracy.    His faith  people is  deep    and  itmks on.the deep/seated  existent' in their hearts  jy make mistakes due  Wilful    misrepresenta-  ta of facts' and    issues,    they  are  laming thereby,  and slowly  educat-  *f5 themselves   to "a. realization     of  Wr needs ancl of    the    means    by  wich they, can he attained.  ' Believ-  "���S thus, it is  no  wonder  that    Mr.  taaeson Rives    firm     adherence     to  bberal pnncioles and general support  ��the Liberal party.    His habits    ot  ���-oroiighncss and going to the root of  otters, makes him dissatisfied with  J    !"*>' discussion that does not go back  ".cardinal principles, and hence his  *-itoiial  opinions   aro   of   a   ripeness  ami weight Much as arc- seldom found  aitioi'K Western weeklies.    The same  "������imp of roliabilty   charctovizos    tbe  .c-ai;.f\ news  columns,   which   show  iromw^.i; lo wco*- a (.fn-cful sifting.  fran-.o;.|,,m   ;mcl   presontotion  of  the  tv>a\ ,-1:iiM>onin^;s.        Typographically  *����� l.i':nio\*   onjoys   a   bifth     position  ^nori-r yiV   .intnogfjn's ^(intimiporaries.  'aH'- ;.n,i c.ar(w .iro apparent on every  )yy->\ r-ich issuo.    That tho Carman  a*mn?  rnon ^ appreci.'-dc.    the    local  ST 's '^''doncod by the space they  -..,- '<���   rnnouuco   tiicir   store   news.  yn all iii all the Leader is a local  ,'"r ��f   which   any     district..might  ftl}.?'"!!ro,,d. an important factor in  ''lisseMiinr'tioiv  of   ''the'  principles  :SsVnli,"y'-of the  pRli-tic-tl   party    it  ' j **"ts,-a powerful influence in. local  iu I"1.ncil)a-  al'fairs;:ian  enterprising  sij "''liable  newsgatherer, ��� and     an  nV"thcr      mechanically  :.   excellent  ^Paper.'":'' ������.������'.. -   " '-'/:      ?  ��� Caar- *la.mesr>n. is an. example, of what  ���^   1,f>,. done .-in .'a  new, and/strange  i'a'r''''11  '-��'  a .man  who   brings', to  1    lle!1.-1^'' ���bdur.tvy and,common sense.  I'mrUi   i5 yoars ��f aSP -when he .en-  ,'���" tne publishing business and had  fliar"^0''3 ' ^Perience in    the  t0'^t';R,.')/. printing whtin he set out  "iiiit-.R  -  '5. bad a 'good local  ���nie-  St  t,-tv0r  Carman   al-  -Ul, _   .-,-��.,..  ,vk,��.i    pavi.r,    the  "^'l-  strongly  entrcnc.hed-.in local  Hi  e fu.i,,  an'.  St. John*  the   prospect   of   ent.criii!:  ,!%ht" ' f'sn.-in!-'t. so formidable a-rival  ' nio'fr- T^ h!lvc deterred one of much  ���,,iRi,Vf.(;:?l>oriftnce   -n    tlne     publishing.  boast SH   tlu:"n    ^''r*'  Jam<5son    could  ''��� -I^ineson, like the majority ,  of  whicavho still conducts in, conjunction  with his, newspaper,-, and 'Which 'has  grown rto'considerable proportions. In  1S9S,* as-before''Stated,' he embarked  on "his ^career , as, edit9r,. establishing  the Leader, .Carman's"* second news-  paper0.'and; without prejudice to any  other ���members 'of the-Western newspaper" fraternity, it may be said.''that  he has hi 'the'.interval made, an en-  "viable reputation ,and that his. newspaper 'is .the best evidence of ' his  merit as. a newspaperman." ,  ', Mr. Jameson's face and figure are'  among those most' familiar ��� at the  conventions of;',,' the 'Western Canada  Prosf asspciation,- at���which'.,h'e'is one  of the most'earnest'workers, rt is  not toou much" to saj'.'that such gatherings .would,, hardly" seem complete  were hie absent and the/members '���!���,  p'rived thereby of, his measured speech  and placid wisdom? aiid the benefit of  his.experience 'as a printer,' editor and  publisher. In the ranks-of .newspaper  workers- in the West there are,marly  men who,'could better be spared ��� in  this, ,the formative period of its life,"  than can'Editor Jameson..., He stands  for and' . illustrates, those -' principles  and practices ^that, whether in the  'life "of,- a;-'newspaper,' 'a man,-- or' a  country, tend^ta-tb-?-' best development  alongTline's of "both 'materialancl moral  progress. - The" personal ' success - that  comes thereby; is; not" by any(; means  principal, .though-undoubtedly'��� it ,is a  desirable,".' result."' ��� This succeVs ' Mr.'  Jameson has deservedly^ reaped, but  his true yaliie'i to Western hewspaper-  dom, is in- 'the .principles for which  ���W^cohte'nds, ~ and the/ influence '* he  exerts.  ,--���   .*-   *----f=s^s?s,.J'  ' t Y.Y",' " ��� , "���  How's^This!,  \?e offer One Etm'droi Dollar* "Reward for  anrcaseol Catarrh tiiat cannot be'cured hr  Hall's Catarrh onre. ���       ^'       ' ^  F. J. CHEXET & CO., Toledo, O.  We, the undorsigi ed, ha\e, known F. J  Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe nu\  perfectly honorable , in all business . transact  Ions and financially .able to carry out any obturations rn.rdo by his firm,   r  U        VVALDING. KlN'NAN & MARVIN,  \\ hole-ale Umeffists, Toledo, O.  Hnll's Catarrh Curft is taken, internally, acting directly up<m the blood and nucous sur-  faceu of the s\stem. Testimonials sent free,  {-'rice 7.") cents'b'T bottle.  Sold by ail nrug-fist;*.  Take Hall's Family Pills tor Consumpuosi.  Tho Anto Cop.  "Yes,"' says the officer to the sergeant, holding, to his prisoner, "I took  tills young man into custody for speeding his auto too fast. - Ho was riding  through the park with a young lady  .and was evidently paying more attention to her than to his machine and  did not seem to know that the auto  Was going'twenty miles an hour." ,  . "Sparking her,- "was , he?" asks thn  ���sergeant, opening the blotter.  _  ''That .makes him a spark arrester,  doesn't it?" asks the prisoner.  a-ne giants o'ftne uertre family are,  first, the "Ufciciis stimulans and TJrtlca  crenulata ^bf'the East Indies, -' species  whose attack upon one's hand is sufficient to cause the arm to swell with a  mo^t frightful pain, which lasts for  weeks. But even these are milk and  water nettles by comparison with the  Urtica ureutissima, which grows in  Timor, where it bears the significant  title of Daoun isetan. or devil's leaf.  The effects'of its sting last for a, year  and have often nroduced death,   i.  Out; on the  Bleak Prairie  Exposed to CoSd and  Wet,  a  Manitoba Mail Carrier Finds  a Great BSessing in ,  DR. SLOCUM'S GREAT TONIC  DONT THROW AWAY YOUR MONEY  th.rtfm1? I*4 S0*41"**��� Qrowa Nar***��ry stock  flL��v-Li APJ?lM'v Crabs,  Plnm*.  Oh^rrKs.  tjMu, Hoses .Ornamental Shrub*   and Tree*  th* tJJJI^ -that' wl.,L*row ia  Manitoba an-i  th�� Territories.      Address  BDCHANAN'a NTJRSEBIK'S   ' St. Charles, Man.  (PRQIWUNCEE)   SHKtOi.  ' r  ^               f  '      r  ���  ^^^^^^^m.\ -  j  -     , ���  j  BBc"��r$*TrB?*M*ilJ^*^_H  ���"    ,  i         (  ^^^^^^^^ '    '  -  J3  t  ' '  '   'jbK^^^^^^^M^. .  ,  <���*-'  gpSKmSnf^^sfSs^vis^^K  ufjg|&**,    r  SS_B_9_)|^|ffi^^^^^|  ^^^^^Mm  H  A___3_r^_e__^_22Su@flB  < "I' am,"a' mail carrier, and every  winter'and''change of season 1 often  suffered^ with coughs'and "colds, being  muclj exposed to' cold, and wet. Needless'to'say, I used doctors', prescriptions, but .they did not relieve me., I  a(so'"'used numbers of 'remedies,, but  the cold still clung to me. Eventually  myt lungs became-affected, and it'is  only ' through the prompt use of  PSYCHINE that'' I- am alive today.  Psychine , is- , a " wonderful' remedy for preserving health, and building up .those'1'weak and run down  through exposure. Yours, etc., Hugh  ���Wylie, Glencairn, Man."  PSYCHINE is' pronounced SI-KEEN  us., The Dr. Slocum Remedies are sold  by all druggists ..��� and many ��� general  stores'. Psychine at ?1 per .bottle.  For further advice, information, ''-or  free-*trial bottle, write Dr. T..A. Slocum, Limited, 179 King Street^West,"  Toronto, Canada.    ' '        ""^V  .   ���  .������.      "TRIAL BOTTLE FREE.   V,  Dr. J. Tf. Kellogg's ..Dysentery Cordial is a. speed-*/ '.cure, for,'dysentery-?  diarrhoea, cholera, summer complaint,  ^s'ea sickness, and complaints 'incident  to children ' teething. It rglves immediate 'reliiif- to thpse 'suffering- 'from the  ,cn*ects of indiscretion in eating unripe  fru.it,, ''cucumbers, etc., It acts with,  wonderful rapidity ..and never fails to  conauer the disease. No one need fear  cholera, if they* have a bottle ^of .this  medicine  convenient. " A  -  A   Great   TUinfir.  "What we need now," said the plain  man. "is an automobile that will close  up like a folding bed."  "What wonln be*.the good of that?"  1 "The good of it?_ Why. don't you  see, it would close up on the peoplo in-  e'do of it and smother them."  /�� -ifflaf-^s  For coughs, colds, bronchitis,  asthma, weak throats, "weak  lungs, consumption, take  Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.  ��Try.  �� Always keep a bottle of it in .  J the house.   We have been;  saying this for 60 years, and  so have the doctors.  ������ I vmve used Aver's CVierry I'ectirallnmy  family for 40 Tours.   It la tlie bent mftiilr.lne   a  In tlu> world, I Iruoif, for all throat ami lung  troubles "        ���  M.U8. ,T. K. KOttOROSS, "Waltham, Muss.  ?.1e..r.0c..f 1.0(1.  ���  '    !'��� Jr o.. .^R ��__��� "  111 .IviH.-riaU J? TiOWOll,     MABrl.  J^w^ixxaa*  for **w*m*it*mie)**��  Made big enough for a blf  man to work in with comfort  Has.more material in it than  any other brand! of ahirt ia  Canada. Made on th��  H.B.K.'scale it requires $oj��  to 42 yards per dozen, whereai  common.shirts have only. 32  to 33 yards.  That's, the'reason why th��  H.B.K- "Big" Shirt sever  chafes thc armpits, ia ccv��r  tfrht at the neck ��r wrist-  bands, is always ^se, full  and comfortable and wears  welL  Huch shirt b��ars a tiny book  ���that tella the whole history  of tho "Big" Shirt, and  also contains a notarial  declaration that the H.B.K.  "Big" Shirt contains 39#  to 4* yatd* of material per  dozen. *���-.'������'  Sold at all 'darters but only/  with this brand:���  Superfluous Hair  Removed by the Now Principla  Electrolysis, X-ray or depilatoriei &r��  ofiFer��d you on tho bare* word of tha  opftrators �� n d manufacturers. D E  MIRACLE is not. Ibis the only method  which is indorsed by physicians, ssiir-  geons, dermatologists, medical journals  and prominent magazines. Booklet will  ���will ba sent frea, in plain, sealed  envelope.  Your money back without question if  it fails to do all that is claimed.for it.  DE MIRACLE mailed, sealedain  plain wrapper, on receipt of Sl. "Write  for ib to-day to DE MIRACLE CHEMICAL CO., 23 Qoeex. Stre*-t West,  Toronto, or ",   -. -  TORONTO. ONT.  THE ANDREWS-SAGE GRAIN GO., LTD.  .   GRAIN COMMISSION  MERCHANTS.  ���wheat ''("Write us "eatora Bhlppinij. W��  Wa maOtm a spacialty of low grade  ���will show how wa can ��enr�� you.  Ref��renceB:���Anj  B&nk  or  Commercial Arency.  GRAIN   EXCHANGE, WINNIPEG,  MAN,  ���=sS  I am the Oldeist  -���K~r  Hlnard's Linlsieat Cnroi Diittnpw.  The'French government "we're goinsr  to present Stoessel with the,. Legion'  of-Honor, hut_ desisted when they  found the German (enfperor - had got  'ahead,of them]' How would it'do'for  these medal-presenlois , to, have," an  agent on the spot?. - ��    ���  It will he difficult to get the man on  tho street- to" feel much sympathy for  Russia -while pmeiv are rushing tolerif.  her money. ,     ',.'''�� .  " The Japs* ought to have icept some  of those Port 'Arthur' Russians to act  as guides about the mine-filled streets.  Lever's Y-Z (Wise Head) 'Disinfectant  Soap Powder dusted in the bath, softens  the water ahd< disinfects:        >, '"'- 3S  A nico*"\thin��* about having the  baby's crib *inl the'joom where you  sleep in that you can always rind.it in  the dark without striking a' light "^by  ^hitting-, your shins against it.    ,  From '^Michigan comes a silly ' and  incredible'story to'"the effect that' a  man who just .died ".there ha'd money,  rjut no friends.   .     ' '  ; Extcniully or,,InternnUy,' It ,1s Good.  ���"When- applied externally 'by brisk  rubbing/ "Dr.- Thomas',; ,' Eclectri'c, Oil  opens the pores and penetrates the tissue as few'liniments,,do,' touching the  seat of the trouble.s and immediately  affording ' relief. Administered ''internally It, will still the irritation ,in the  throat 'which induces" coughing iand  will cure affections of the bronchial  tubes, and re'spiratory oirjans. Try it  and  be  convinced. ,  A woman ' always knows that her'  baby is' the most beautiful one that  was. ever horn, but what she wants is  that others should know it. '  In any event, Stoessel and Nogi  may' congratulate ,' themselves . that*  the* Kaiser did not send them a book  of his Imperial poems.  r- '      "        " ~~i "  Kinard's Liniment Cures Colds, etc  Dri Chadwick says the -public has  misunderstood his wife. Iva- Reynolds may have misunderstood her  when lie "thought she said that pack  age of brown paper was worth. ?15,-  000,000.'  TAKE   NOTICE  We publish simple, straight testimonials, not press agents' interviews,  from well-known people.  From all over 'America they testify  to the merits of "MINARD'S LINIMENT, the best of Household Remedies.  C.   C.   RICHARDS   &   CO.  ���ja--sara.rMTO'"'"-.^^  Daily action of tho bowels Is nocf>s��  Bary.   ifiid nature with Ayer's Pills.  HU0SOK BAY KNITTING C0.  Hentnal       VImI^s       ��nw��  With tho lir-lp that the .lapancse  aro now preparing to give hint, Kim.-  l.atkin ought to ho ablo to pull oil'another of thos..- "offousivo inove.iiOiits  backward" before very lout?.  ESTABLISHED  GRAIN  COMMISSION   MERCHANT    b IN  WINNIPEG.  Consign your grain to me and set prompt earvlco, careful attention  and highest market prices.   '       , ��     CtMNkT DRAWEr  Rafarence: UNION  BANK OF CANADA.   i5.   rMrilNlV,       1300  ��� ' /i^\;  run  2  T  MARCH-WELLS "5RAIN CO.  ���rota te ������* lm$i *m*gb$ ��m towk ��ir ooM ��a* ���aatmiMtoa, StoasonaMci  S&*nan0�� !��***. Pr����a>i *Ret��rma. 0��rrfl��pead��n*M ' seli��itc4. Rcrf��ruic��j  Aay *A��wJk te. Wlnaipwt. >'.  ROOM *414, ORAXK  *BXOKAXaB  BLIXJ,. fnKNIPBO.  llWWlfl  ^-.-l.  VEGETABLE SICILIAN^  0  Is it true you want to look old ? Then keep your gray hair. If not,  then use .Hall's Hair Renewer, and have all the dark, rich color  of early.'life restored to.your hair. ��n-j-*��--.-w��r��-.*a-j��-*-l  t-r.asu.hCO.  J7SLE1  iu.K. O.  If It is a Question ol Warmth use  E. B. EDDY'S  BtJILDINQ PAPER  It Retain* Heat and Keep* out Cold.. ",'  V f. ' ' '      , '  'a Tfrlt�� tor   Samples   aa4 Prioai.  TEES & PERSSEi Limited., Agerita, .Winnipeg  Trying to���get rich .quick ��� means getting poor quicker,  y Minard's Liaiment Cares Drptheria'  A condemned murderer refrained  from suicide after hearing a sacred  song. He .must have been misled as  to The place where suicides go. ',  A Cure for Co.stlvciiesH.���Costiveness  comes ,from the refusal' oti the .excretory organs to perform their., duties  reg-ularly .from j contributing causes  usually disordered digestion, ,Parma-  lee's Vegetable Pills, prepared on scientific principles, 'swa ' so compounded  that certain ingredients in them ^pass  .through the stomach and act. upon the  "bowels so'as <to remove their torpor  and , arouse Vihc-m to proper action.  Many thousands are prepared to bear  testimony' to their power in this respect. v   - ! ���-       '   v  < .The " season is approaching. , when  you can inspect/ your neighbor's furniture without leaving'calling; cards.  It is'only, during its, first week that  Parliament rises, ih v tlie feminine,  mind,' to the' altitude of. a five o'clock  tea. ���  v"        .'������'"  Minard's liniment Cares Garget in Cewt,  No, "\irs. Chadwick didn't squandev  her husband's .money. She wouldn't  do such a' thing, and, besides he  didn't have any.  '' A Chicago professor confesses that-  the profits of- the packing houses are  les than those of any-other business.  It is only the" healthiness o�� the occupation which fascinates Swift, Armour and others. .   ���  -,=  ��� i t '  ' To* Kuropatkin per naps the <? least  pleasing ''part of .the news of the fall  of/Port Arthur was th'e line informing  tho public and those' interested' that  G'eneral Nogi vwas at liberty to accept-  other engagements.  THK URBAT KNtiUSH BBltKBt,  TEST1MONIAI.' frotn th�� la.t*�� SI"B 8A.K-  OEI-. BAKER. .th�� limoui NU�� *K-iplor��f.  ������".Newtoc .Abbot* D��voa. D��ar' Sli�����I  have delayed my th��.nli�� aa I wlfh��* t��  '.est th* e��er;t of Blair'B Pill" by-***. ���**��>  cient Intervnf of time.,'.     ... ���  ���"For t��i,yes.r�� 1 had ��ufler��l we*%.v\f  lrom Gout- and life' had lost lit attraction owi'nR'to th* uncertainty, 'of. hvaltk .:  aud ' iuriden vlsitaiionn ' of- tht .������n��my  which prostrated. m�� for months, or w*��ka  accordiiiR  to'.tho  virulence of the attack*.  "Bluir'�� Fill* have rendered-me immense,  service, an* I no longer. f��ar aa attack  ol   Gout. . i   ,    .'  "For the last twenty month*,I ha*c��  been comparatively fcae, a* one or tw��  atteraptea visitation* have been Immediately stamped out ,by the aiiaistance ot  Blnir'n Pills.  "Truly  your*   (Slijned)  Sural. W. Baker.  Lyman Sou* & Co., Montreal and Toronto; The Hole "OruK.Cd., Winnipeg; aa<a  Uart'.n. Bole  *.. Wynne  Co.-.  "Winniuea:.  out  our  Of Special Interest to our  Women Readers.     ���  ;   BOYAL HOTJSEnOLD MAXIMS.  A cook in only as good aa the flour  Bhe uses.  A poor cook can make better bread  with. Royal Househould Flour than ��  good cook can with poor flour.  Royal Household Recipes make bake  day the pleasantest day of the week.  There are two kinds of flour, " Royal  Household" and the kind that has not  been purified hy Electricity.  "This flour is just as good as" begins tho  grocer. "Send me "Royal Household"  never-the-less" interrunts the woman  who knows. "I have tried ' just-as-good'  flour before."  THE   BEST  TEST   IS   YOUR   OVTS  TEST, IN" YOUR OWN HOME.  Your test,' Mrs. Home Baker, ia final,  if you find "Royal Household" best in  your baking, there is no argument.  Every  day   many   Canadian  women  write us how .pleased they are with Royal  Household Flour  '���that it is all we say it is.  -���that it's just aa good for pastry as it  is for bread. .  ���that it's quicker, easier, simpler to  bake good bread and good pastry wiU*  Royal Household Flour, by the " Royal  Household" Rccipes.  That's one reason they like it so much.  A Chicago professor says lifo mn<-  lio produced by chemical action. In  practice, however, chemical action is  more ferquenily used for proaiici-.g  death.  A SnccPSMtul Mcil'oine.-7-Evcryonc  wishes, to be successful in any undertaking in which he may engage.- It  is, therefore, extremely gratifying to  the proprietors of Parnmlw's'-Vegetable Pills to' know that thc.ii- efforts  tp compound a hicdicinr* that would  prove a1, blessing to mankind have been  successful beyond their expectations.  The endorsation .of these Pills by ..the  public is a. guarantee that a 'pill has  been produced that. will fulfil everything claimed  for  it.  ' Rvssia is-Eroing to .'call the war off  until sho builds n fleet big enough to  lick -Janan. -which shows th-nt .the  Czar is "still the greatest fyi-.nd of  peace in the world. . .   ���: - f  The   only   timo-a  father   is   more  foolish   than   when   the  hAby   has    a,  tooth   i-s   when   it   has   two. 1  "V***/"  SM     O     FSBo     SI7  AXi3\TEES TO CORI-IESPOInTJKS-TS.  Keabest Gkocer:���Wo aro always glad  to Eend to our correspondents the name  ot the nearest grocer who handles  Royal Household Flour.  How Maxy Rkctpes :���We sent the ten  recipes that one oi our correspondents  asked for last week for her neighbors.  We are always glad' to send as many  recipes as are needed..'.  Tna Best Pavs Best :���The reason gro-  cersiitind it pays to push Royal Household Flour, is not because the profit is  > larger per barrel���for it isn't so larger���  but because it pays to, please the  customer. ��� ".'"''     ' . V".  Hard Wneat versus Sorr Wheat :���  Royal .Household..Flour is made of the  best grade of hard wheat. Hard wheat  is the best spring whoat grown in  Manitoba. Soft wheat is winter wheat  ���inferior for flour making.,, Somo  millers advertise 'that they ''blend"  soft and hard wheat to get better flour.  "We do not blend wheat for Royal  Household Flour. V -    -  TESTIMONIALS -.���Last week we received nearly five hundred testimonials.  "Tni? FLorn ron Mr_"  "Royal Household" is tlie Hour for ma.  I have used the popular brands, but none  can   compare with Royal Household."���  Mrs. J. li. Shearer,  "6-2 Richard Street,  Vancouver, B.C.    Nov. 12, 190-1.  "There is too Much Bad Flock."  ' 'Royal 1 Iouschold" is what the peoplo  w"ant-*-a better flour.     There is too ranch  bad flour put on the people of this country at the present time."���J- W. Elliott,  Shortreed, B.C.    Nov, 27, 1904.  "A Great Ijtrr.owi--*>!E*--T." r  . " "I had an idea Hungarian was as good,  flour as it was possible to make, but I  find "Royal Household" a great improvement, particularLly in requiring much  less kneading and makes a whiter and  lighter bread."���Mrs. G. A. McLauren,  Savane, Ont Oct. 17, 100*1.  Have you sent for the Recipes.  , They are Iree���send NOW.  The Ogilvie Flock Mills Co. LiiirrEU,  1 Mo-STii-"-*.*-   ' '  fitt  ;>   ���  ^��-  ���*.   'i. rf.^mvui*/ i^ti^r^9mtiM��tmM\KU^f��mm^'mmM'aMri*TO>m^^*'^ftfti\)mmit( "-niMiin  <py^W*tf*M.fc'Km imafiKififi*  ms*ft*iW*' r**rM"iiW-"ff' r  Ol     o  r ,  I*'' i*J  .'. -   ^-V-tf  A  i*  ' V  *f?-^.''��3yr*--  ������.*-- j t ���!**  ^     J    '  11  <> - - ������  Hi I  -ft*-*  ../T-nrM.*.��-wiiMiTilr��.  ii**j��<6wB|>jt*Aaa��  rri- ioyib mm.?\  jrjinlgmiii^i niiini^^  >  .' I"    -- ''���      '*��.'   '\7'V   *�����'*���   ���jsa^JO   '    ��� s |:'"!'^*^^^'   ' ''   l.'O. 0.'.F.J. "." ~^&&&��&&&&i&&gzg&gb4L^  *  i  1  if  1  I  ���v  s <*  5 ,  I'  ill  lit  II  '��;  ,(5  ��� fill-  U r  Lf/'iblishod ia the interest of the peoplo  I"   .     of Moyie and East Eccfcocay.   "'  . S\ J.S-tli'XH Jt CO.,. -   -   r'   Publisher**.  ���Oae Year   sates of scEccVirTio:'?.  ...J ?2.C[)  SATURDAY.    I'fJBEUARY,   -1,1905.  -i *'  Ohinece Tuew year"*io <In   full   swinrj,  Hoy.-ever;,,'Moyie . :a   not -.edebrating.  JSgge ha've their faiills,   but,  at  any,  rate, they are-never too frcshr;*���Phila.-  i dclphia Record. , ,  r��mMnv*v  A FUbseriber.  to   the   Fernie   Ledgri  asks Col, Lowery  what .the  difference  , Are-'Yoii, Prejudiced?  Can "You Be" Convinced?  I      . ,.i ,  - '-      *.-  1 .   , , *  Gome people think they cannot firid a firrft class Drug Store  1      -     without 'going to a large town1,'   If you are one of thvse '  people ypu can* be convinced  that there  is   a  first  class .Drug Otoro in Moyio by�� calling at the-    -*  ^ O'. .Driij^ and Stationery Store,  II!  . >  Wildey   Lodge   No,' 44*  Meets'every "llond.-.y eveuing m their  hail on'Vjctorla street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited. ���'   -  <C. A. Foots,        .      P. J. Smyth,  Noble Grand. _'    Seor'y.    "   J���-, ��� ...  j        fU��  cW-^u-^v i3!?-35F?S���^"^""���i *^->u--^^^"^5^*^?^?^^"^^^-^^  | wm lunEs, kmwm :$fc lot  fk $ ��� -    ti,]i,\      i i   r      ,     '--"h ', -''-*���     y*'y~ ��-'��>-i   -r-      ���*���-r-.W1   ,      ���"'���fs  to   '        Saw, Planing anrl LafcH-Etille,  #'���   '���''" '    .  '''MOYIE, B. t  " ;.'':  rmfXfGiv zjrir**  lr  Preicriptione ca.-el--.lly prepared.  Pr.pp-UBTOi*.  fVf^^i^vyc-i'i^rjajeMMgTiwuytt  Moyie   Miners''   prnibn j  No. 7i U'. F, of M.*-."  Meets in McGregor iial) e?ery Saturday ovenirig. ' Sojourning inert: ber.*j  are, cordially invited' to attend*:���  ���?/5^ M"tnuittoturei:B cf and dealers in all kinds of Flooring,  Cpjlini  /I"*,  Sidintr, Sliiplapj Common Eoarda, Dimenoioni; Finish arid Lath, fw  P?ong^j^^e^^^^"1^^"^*^-1^ sad retail orderj.  1 - K CAMEROM, MgE;'  sii  '!'.;  ry is  pi  ' probpec't of building the 'D'f, 0. jDorbin  railroad fmiii Spokane to a connection  _.,.,        with the Sdniiuhan Pacific; jxxid 'H��orc  ������ '5TC       are people  outside'-of  Boafc.-srs  Ferry  ���    '!l,i    '���' who also feergodd over' it.. "    ,  r,  .    Ill,      '      ' > . '     ' !l>  \ g J r '     ' . ' . I UJII ML .    . .1 .1 Jl) l '.u  �����*��� l^>.-.U ^J  r 'is!'*      ,  ri������ ru  ''. lir'J '^Premier  Rosa   afier - beinf: .relelved'  l ' $ K * y     r ' y. < '     * i��  'ilfl [        from office'will go to   Jarraaica   to,   re-  l|*r?   ''oup*3ra.te.   It is understood he will ie-  '*        lire from-provincial polilie'iVihd 'go *Tp  i,';   ','tho, senate   at, Ottawa.    HonVA. ���''C-.  -/'"    .MacKay, member for' North'Grey,   is  ."talked of as likely leader.   -    .'   ', V '  ,{< , We ��3o*-Eot 'need .'your pre- ' a\  , &    Gcription  to   replace, a 'broken      cj'  K  ,'Ieiis. -   Bring the  pieces.  , \Ve '   .&  jj andlyife tliem " and exactly ' 'Sj  - | j   duplicate.    Or we can make up    ' SJ  H    vour -present prescrintion in ativ      Si  t i  *)' u  J;'  ..... . . . nwr^i^ftj  , Spokcf3i*aan~fieyiQ'w: ��'To  hang F"a~  '..hc-r-Gupcu y/o'tild^he the worst mistake  I'-    '.'the  Jlubsniii'authoritieB '(oould' 'make.  {'���'>'"('    Hia bO'dy might lie moldereing 'hi the  jj'l \     ;rgrave, but  his soul woul'd go marching  J'irf *    won to a-song of liberty,sung by a"good  "'h't    - part of the nation*,.   ,       ���/   ,  rirtttauvraBRnunrM  if    .  M'   r.  -5     "  " fStartlln's Hut Tvvtc,  , '  . . '        .      ' '  People tin-*; worl'dovor were horrified  on learning^ot tlje burning of a.' Ch'ica-  lt"'\ . * go theater in'-which' nearly 'si-c', hunr;  '|;U>     dredpeopleHost their ' lives,  yofc mure  j 111'    ��� than five/ times " t'liis ' number, oi- ,'*��� over  ]\\\'s " '3^000 people died,frpm''pneumpnia'''in  il-',,   ��� Chicago'dunug  the'ssaine .year, (with"  'V,,- .-,scarcely a passing notice','-1,, JEyery ono  [ i *of these cases of pneumonia-'resulted  . ��i*' ,' from a cold and could havo ��been ' pre-  j  i   ��� by the timely '.use;-of - Chamberlain^  iji ��. ".Cough Remedy.' A great many, who  ��'-"' * had every *rea nop to fear pneumonia'  jj"- 'have ' v/ai-ded it off by ' the',prompt  '"j lr    uso of this 'rei-aady. '* The  follov/ing ��� is  ii 'an instance of this sort: -'"Too much  -! , cannot be said in favor of Chamber-  ;{ Iain's Cough Remedy, and especially  V for colds and i'nfiuen'-a.' 'I,know that  '. it cured    my   daughter,   Lnnra,  of  a  severe cold, and I believe eaved her life  when fche was threatened wilh pneu-  . [ 5' monia.,' W. D". Wilcox, Logan, New  ���  '.'   -York,    Sold by W. J. A.tohison,  ' | ChrircU Servlcco.  ' "   . PRF.snYTHRiAN���In  the   Oddfellows  . -Hall.    Sunday School at 3 p, m.   Ev-  ! ening    service   at   7 :!^0.  i;     i "Evervone welcome.-  i "      C. McDIALtMID, Pastor  =���   ' "Methodist���-Sunday School at 3 p.  m.   Evening service at 7:30 o'clock.  Everyone welcome.  LEWIS THOMAS, Pastor.    ....    ., FIIn'CJa   ','  wouldIplesse you. , They are jj1  - secure,* neat and comfortable/* ���' ^ w  m       ' .��*'"';.  . \       r, v K  ^v        ;       ,^-    ,    '       . ��� ' "       '-!'  W^"j*.ea^e2E2K*sBaraa5��zEBaB^  -ff'';:^W.f'5,...TATE,      VJ  U" Gra<iuntoi-'Op��c*aA,-   Crarili'rcolt' -'''/j?*"  '^S     * ��� -  ',',' .'   ' '   '    gf '  iSi^KSS'ESE'eEl^^ '  -.;   T, .�� . I  lj��"E -.  r vf_- _/_ A -r .-.   -��� '.. "���?_ ->, rv__  Si  ",-���' il" i   "V'1 ' "���'*���' ^ "-"���''-*���''* J    ''-*���'"'-  P"-  H 11 7'"-l '-.'V a I ' ''i'--" H '  ' <----'l--p ^'���=>  <������������*** n <���' .--..-ii-*? f.=>    -.  Or��r ' -ir'*-   > j;  ���t.i    ?.- -.op  i.-  s  *J0   e  ��   'i'ls.ll-.. * i-si       ,....��.'J    (' i-     tr  J,.&h-J.a,--i;*,. tp��B* <,.cy   V       ^^L-B'  ti .   ,      ..i, ...*.l-��i-i-<*t)-*-t J���.:!-,���="���'. f*t  ,t   JUtt-4.--*, r..  I'^ur.r.      /  '     " ' -J-f'r    Ot    ' - ,'       -*r"l,f,  i rif*y;,,.!..   i, i ./l **"������'*;i*  John McDoi^alo,  President,  It.  TE-ilRY,  **" i  . SecrirtaTV  ^s=  /.   /JK.ta    13  i /, , " rt ' ' * *      rtV  ..^..^.^.^..-il''''.^*"'''..^...^..^.,,^^  ^ ^i*-"'''-"!':'^ *-w* ^*^ ���-�����!.���  ^.^��I;>  ..'���*i     .  ���;- ri  1 ��� -T ,?   K^lf il HIP  ** i / . !* r  ��� '.*   iP. F.\JORMS10$t,%    ��� '    ���  '���ri   ' / i J",  S*.     "  HBADQUART,ERSrifOR'COMMERCIAL  .SLTrVey'' 'fe^lffio-Qarster, | ���'     r ':"r ^;*-andmining mek, rvy_,rf-tr.; ",  -��� -   ^ - ^'Moyir: ���  -'���*���-   /-,,*.>���     "T    ���    - ',04bkitish,coi.umi  Barristers, Solicitors, Nolarjee," Etc.  -      y        ri- i. * ', r','.  ' '��� '      '    J     '        -       '  '     ������,.,,    I    '-"���  Cranbrook;; ��, ,-' B:\Cf.  ��� '*      * i ..    ,'/t",*j  n*.  w. r: .gxxrd, ���;?' '  ,.BAf:iizsTisjt, tJor.ic*i"'rpK, -aTo.  CRANBU'OOK/,    ,,     J,   )    ' "E  iditiwwm h.tjk jk"? J-ia'-w tai v*ia)r3maiXcxxM&aX33i2mtitzxx39t^z--X7~.  UMr<r>awwa.'iw  ��H^Vr*A^v'i-r<et��^t-X'iii*i&��t*>*jv*m^^"*;^.^  .<-.    .  .^^, ...  _^���>. O r^--  ��� r ,' ' ., .���    ���*  ,   ', ������n������^-x lt~       i  ' ' '        !     I . ,-* '   ,  '< '        *���     v  ( . - *     '  .'        ' <", I  .        r .. .  \   . i   '" c   V ,  NELSOI-T,       -  u.    -        V-V  .  "B. C  c".  ic:n  rM\  Stor','*j6s"ep]i";s   Gonvent.  17S1.SOH", Ti. G.~    ������,     '  hoarding and D.iy Schooi conducted by the Sister's of St. JosejJJi, Nelson '  *B. *C. Commercial , apd5*- 'business  courses' a\ specialty.' Excellence and  swift progress charactcaize each 'de-.  partment. o Parents should write for  particulars. One'month assures the  public of, the .��� thoroughness of the.  Sisters' methods- of teaching. Terms  commence January, April and Sept.  Pupils are admitted during t*errr��.  '   4Wholesal,e Win8/  Y. and* Spirit MelV- ,  *.' j6hant. o ,        c>-   ;  *  Agent 'for Calgary. Browing'Co.'s,.   '  :r'Beer, Ale and Porter.  T. liab'el & CoVs ���      , ' ��  ' �� HaLy and Crrairi,.,  LcMite'  *w  ^IVmrJfS    *  TCH'1  ^  la again located in Orsubrook  nnd te j  i"* prepared to write  insurance,  bnyr;*--)  -^   % and sell slock, Mid do a_ general brokeiage uuhind'-s.   ,  Cranliroolv.  Foreign and ^Domestic Wines, liquors  and CigiirW  i^t5 A WOT fl fit?  *0����i vax-WKVM-ai**uusz:**xiMVX  IF YOU HAVE A  .TOirN HXITCniSON,  mil iwiBium ii.wi ii  ii��*��y*rzK��JL<j.ii  M. J. NTTGSNT,  Prop..!  Com for I.'  irbei  '    And Bath Rooms/  In STONE B mid ing.   c  First Class Work.  a;l. esatsklin  DBS. KING! &'MILES  ./  2^3Easff-a?z:"Sr,i-a?"S��a  T di / ���*���        ���  Will be in Moyie Ilth of eaoh month.  v, ' .' '   -  Cranbrook;" :'  \ 38, G:   ^ i j v J       '' *-  "*��� s. *    v   ���* t t  George K. Thompson,.  BAitniSTi:k,' SoLrciTOE, No-  1   T 11* *>^ ' I* *,*!  \  ���   *      '       tary PUBUC, &C. ,   '   '       ', ...  u"     '       ' t        ,) - ''  ORA"NBEOOK,      BniTisir Columbia;,  - ""' .The  'Most' Progressive I  ,       ., '        "^   ... .      ���   ,    .    ft '. ,,'**-'.*.        .J.   - r  ���.Company; i&   Ganadao^  V , ' ��� .      ���   '    ,*-- ' .V    *  ���*     '*���--���''��� ',i ..-' **���  -  ' I'The' "'lonfeferatiofi:. .iiife'-l  A      I  A lr  V   %   r  r  ,>]CrY^YO,UPV'. v-  r  Os&:oi<db5r ' ,i" *ld���  , Al B. Stewart1 & Go. ,  AGEirTS  ITOR^'  KOOTENAY   STEAM   (LAUNDRY.  and BAEE3Y.  ��� .  aionls served to Order. Bread tor Sale  Twelve Loaves. $1.' -  ���R. T: HOWAKD,  Prop.  (HEAD''OFFICE TOItONTO.), ,  ( !������ .     ' f'i   '-. .,    - '- *.r^,       i.     ' '   -  S " ll V' C      ' r        ��� <      I . ���, < ' W  * Issues-tlie moat up to d'aie Tns'urance  contract. 'Itipao "W  J "|rom conditions as1 tbo ai'r you ��� breathe.^ Why! -W also.''S\}r^ff^^lgSmaw^,jr  \ i '-you profits 'on the'policy. "* Ask for particclara on this G*?ut5a?M*r^^B^^*i  S3. ,"'"-    *.    '.   -    .;/' :i     l ,- -'-^an^^l-^-sH  !  :'*���: [BEALE & 3SLWELL,-/.,    ^IMi^  ,k'        >.    *- , t  r    -" *i*,aS"'*|[B5yji  [_;..._,./      .��_i^fesi=sr      .   A_rrenta,'CranbrobE.'       '":  ,,^%gB,RJr-  f r* ** ���'*        '   I       ' * '  ' *"'"     '       '*- '     ' -'''\?.ICP M jSj  * *"      ' *��� ��� * *'.,''' "' j 1.    ������ i* iv*^ca,iH|jS  :v"helOT'LLE; rtp^Er2-;:;' - /; <fll��|{  ' " ��    i        /''��-.   -v- ,i- '.'      f , -       .- '���lfrm*f*'H.iU  -. --'V^J   m^'m}Oon^^oxsVmSort:ty $^M  SEND YOUK ORDE  ���r;*U*t'A> *.' ���', ���*, ��� r-   'a*  ^4"''     T'or all kinds of sheet metai  wortei  eluding - -J  HOOFING,   FjURNAOE |  .3 i- ."'  HEATTNG,     BLOWER-t  PIPING, STOCK  PpTB.a  ~"K|iL      Wo also  handle a   full   lino ��� of M  -I p'       "McClery'8 Famous Stovoa," t^|  *  s '        best in the'market. ,  ^  -*   i      r  r-.. J,"   'm ��..*   .'^"^   *.^��'  able Rooms and Good   Eoaid   C^ff.   $f'\K i)     1  1   li �� P/  at. Jleas-oiiablo 1: ice-.-. *-  l!  lllli  ���J.OT TO SELL,  A 1T:>USR TO P.EKT,  IdTNING STOCK VO   SEM  ^__   Or if you wiah to invctt  in any of thc'0 c ns*ulf  FARRELL ^ BMY^H.  .MrXEJlAT-    'V^'S1.  (l ('I'M   1  )  t:ri"i' rc-A-Jk or* I*'i".;oM-:n:.M--.  z,-r> nri:.  L.V.!C *������.���*' 1 <-. -'loi, "iu-f i.I Ci 'i- rt '.'. -" j  thororl Sur-elo-Mlnnii Ui%. n.ii iir I' *-t 1'r.iv.,-I  nriv Di-lnet. , , .,  ,  Wlieio Uvitfil     Ou i i' I-i'1'  '*!   lt>"-'   -0u>"  L!ta'i:i: Koncr. n.i.t t, 'tiio    i   m< v. i*ti., v.  >f. 0. N<'.   '���    *'"rli.,    .'l.'l   It    t*. r   <  I '    -..    I "     '  jrifoiiiitn'r Vmio- I u.-i.. 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