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The Moyie Leader Feb 3, 1906

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 9  -/"t        '<.^ssf ���"��*  m  i"  o  "Lr-r  yjgyy  ^^FtlTirC.,   FEBRUARY 3. lilUS.  S3 A YEAli  We want no greater evidence, than  .�� ��.���  irLrease wnioh our sales are snowing  | every day,to iated and we are.  ���,��, counter- sales a re *piv people,  f making every effort to stow tn    P,   v  1 Qutof to^��5weefc we bougnt large quan-  I bonie- Jr*JS^Su����rt samples" and;;ttie,  1 ��i&wn?cSave Deen offere^a, as-  m Daig��* rnosf conservative ouyer.  I Sain Counter"; and will be sold, AT   ^  COST;  4. *rt j *  MOYIE'S MINE  HAD GOOD YEAR  LOCAL NEWS.  to  It.   Eugene    Is  World Beater.  a  paid;-bis p  Eight Miles of 'Development  , Work Was Done .Burr  -, V  ing/1905.    .  at   the   St.  '        '     fl     \\Vj"'~,'^^-lA\��**'  LC*-1-? " '      ���' *    <*��� ���<  -       -      ~���J "       '���- ,r,---  ' r:Y'^ipp^^^^^^b^' Y v  IF^OUCWANT  -  V". >: '���, * J . -'. j* ' "       '. *���*   -�� ~" ,^i l"- -.'' -'--^ll' tl   rY  If. ���; - - -n^Wl:.^-;:'^ 'F'l MVmi �����.'.  Iv ������  <.!>��''  Caigary:l��iljng1o:'s  HUNGARIAN, "PATENT,,  STKO-SG  BAEEKB..  "   -.ini!)   end 98-pouod �������*������  FITCH  y^.���.^..-tC^-^^-rf-:rft^^-?r'^'"'t  tx iti.rZute-& ���rf^s^-:rflJ^^^^.r>rNG   HOTEL.  MOYIE'S    LBA.D1JNU   xi  Hotel Kootenay  The .Vest of accommodations  for -the Traveling M)li��-.  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. *���ftrd B0��m8'  MoMAHON BROS, Proprietors.  ^^jr^r^/^v^*^^^^^ "         ����  lilffTsHOEsVWE'RE "IT  Some Leaders in Fine Shoes McLaren &  D��ll��BD��r.oir,eVu..'P"- ,,,'",���. Boo., io   Move-.  - to0U �� I', b- ����-�� and QIVE us A 0AL1.  IF IT'S SHOES WERE Ir *-u     ���  ���  -The- year's   progress  Eugene mine may be forcibly  told   in  bit few words, says ".the  B. C.< Mining  Record-' Ore'milled,'  130,000   tons;]  lead   produced,' 40,000,000 lb;  silver  produced. ,1,000,000 oz.     OI, the. ore  and "concentrates produced ,11,708 tons  were shipped to Europe, and .the  remainder to tbe smelters at Nelson- and  frail,   -The average of the metal  contents was,Bilyert j34*oz per ion and' l?ad  07 per cent.*,',-',      '       ' . '  ^Development '...work   consisted . fof  2,029 lin. ft.'' of   sinking: and   raising  i and 5,744 ft, of oros'cutting and  drifting; making a  total,of 7,773 lin. ft.;  1 and bringing the'aggregate footage,, of  develppmen-t ln'the mine up u>  about  42,000 ft. or 8 mile's.j( .t   ,      . - ''  ,'  New machinery installed  including  'jtbree'  Jenkes'.Machine ;-Cp'a 'boilers,  *acb  165    h. 'p.,' and'one Canadian  Hand-Corlliss air compressor, capacity  .3,100"c'u. ft. of, free air" per minute:  New shaft house and boiler  and compressor buildings   wero.,erected at, a  cost of about ,?20,000," ,*"���������  .The net earnin'gs^or the .year were  more than ^od.OOO/ Four quarterly  "dividends; each of 2 per cent were paid  in January", April,, July ^nd October,  respectively.' 'The authorized' capital  gloek-of-the-cQtnpansa-sa*, ?3^W,wu.  To da^e'div-idendr- aggregating^ 16 per  cent'have .beea- paid: calculated -on  the issued nock, this rneans'Jhit.altogether profits amountinK to.$512,3-0  have bee'n-fdivided'among .the share-  bolders.-   -        ,    *    "* *'  -   The ��� foregoing   cenciso  statement  partly   tells the story'ot' the" progress  made  at  the St.   Eugene  mine  last  year."  It does not tell, howev��r, of the  striking   developments   underground,  and     big   shoots  of..Jead-iilver  ore  opened up; aud new   finds made.   It  conveys no information  of the  great  wealth contained in the mine, nor the  promise    it    gives    of   contributing  largely to the mineral   production   of  British   Columbia   for   years.     It    is  simply     a   plain,   dry   statement   of  figures and  facts,  and  leaves  to  the  imagination  of  the  reader  the  more  attractive   side   of   the   subject  with  which it deals.   And yet there is  not  much to be added, for it tells the best  part of the  story of  mining wherever  carried ou-tbe story of development,  of production, of profits earned and ,of  dividends paid.    This is the story tbat  British Colr.mbia's  mines  most'need  to be the subject of, and if it were told  by scores ot mines, whether owned by  companies   or    by  individuals,   there  would soon be brought about a  transformation in tho, mining industry  of  the province.    The St.   Eugene   u  a  conspicuous     figure   in   the  mining  world   of    British   Columbia,  and  is  doint: much to attract .attention to the  mineral wealth  of the   province.^  Is Spring beret  Moyie is to have a club,      ���-  ���Wm.    Salmon   has    returned  i Moyie. "  j     C." M.  Carlson has returned   from  Nelson.  Miss    Elsie   Schulze has- gone  to  o r  Bossland. - '  Mrs.    Cronin ��� hae    returned  from  t  Spokane.  D. J. Elmer has gone to Victoria on  business.  ' A nice assortmeut'of spring styles  in suits At Hills. . ,  Geo.' Clothier and D. A. Ayres were  in Cranbrook Thursday night,      t  O. F. Desonlnier  transacted  business in Cranbrook-Wednesday.    ,  Dr.Hiiivie and. bride ara, expected  home the'latter part of next week.  j     J. S. MacEachern  and> family   were  in Cranbrook the'first of the week.    ,  .Stipendiary   Magistrate  Armstrong  held'emall debts court in Moyie Tuesday. ...,_' i    ���     '       ��,   -        - '   '  Just    received.    CA   shipment   ol  Ladies waists'.   Comb in and see them.  e.a. HiM. (    -,_..,;'  , II Clothes made the man, Twentieth  Century" clotheB would certainly make  a-gobdone,    E.A.Hill.  " Never   was  there so little  ice  on  Moyie"lake' this time;of' year. . It. is  less than .three inches in thictnees.    <  The club dance in Eagle hall Thursday evening'was quite  well  a'ttended,  and    several'*enjoyable   hours   were  spent.- 'i- * 'j -y.   ;   - - r  '   Bed   Wheat Whiskey.   Something  new.    Sold by A..C,. Bowness.   wholes-  sale liquor dealer, Cranbrook.  * Don't forget'that the Moyie Aerie of  Eagles wili hold their annual masquerade ball'on the evening of St. Valentine^ Day, Wednesday, February 14th.  A; B.  Mackenzie, secretary , of  the  Associated  Boards'of Trade, stopped  off'at Moyie "yesterday, on his  return  from .Cranbrook.,,- '^ .^   '���;  \.; ��  Chas. McDonald'is now 'repiesehl-  ing.McLeod; Nolan & Co.", c.iga.r manu-  fac"turer87whose leading-brand- is* the  David'Harum,-'Mr. McDonald is^ well  and'favoiably known -throughout the  Kobtenrtye, and no doubt will" make" a  glowing success of his latest -venture/.  , Every, man owes it  to "*himself and  his lamily to master a  trade   or  profession.   Kead tbe display advertisement of the six Moree Schools of lele  eraphy, in this issue, and   learn, how  easily a young   man   or   young  lady  may learn telegraphy and be assured a  position.  SITUATION , WANTED���Competent cook wishes position in good hotel,  colonial and home, chef experience,  Steady and reliable. .Good terms required.    J.J.T.    Kaslp.  LARGE MrJuER  IS FINISH  i  Two lines and Smei-  ���*   ter Uinted.  AHD BOSSSLAHD POWER CO  The Head Of&oe in this Fro-  > Vince.Is Located at  ��� '     ' Trail, *���  Lower Prices on  We Quote,  PiveEoses Tlour in 93 ID, Sacks,  $3,00  !  ��c  u  ((  49  24 1-2  This price went into effect on   February lit.  1.60  80  a  The Lake of, the Woods brand  The,amalgamation of the St. Eugene.  Trail.smelter,'Center Star and the  Rossland Power company is now an  accomplished fact. The new company  is known as tbe C'ana i -.n Consolidated  Mines/Ltd. , The head office 'of' the  company is in Toronto, Ont. The head  office in'this province is at. Trail 'and  \V H. Aldridg-i of Trail, is* named as  the cbrapanj-H attorney. The capital  ia f 5,500,000 io"$100 shares.  As near as can be learned,there will  be no changes'of any importance for  the present at least. The different holdings of the company are ����� for apart  that tueyjwM' have' to be . m'anaged  about as before the merger.^        _    t  To "Use Electric .Power/ ��  Takes the lead for family baking. We handle it exclusively and  find Hiatal all seasons/in cold'as well, as warm weather it, gives  perfect satisfaction , .   ,   ,, '  Wc also quote wheat for chicken feed *1.75   per   sack.    ^     ,  For the beet goods at the lowest prices  go to  <  MacEachern  "'   -AND-  Macdonald;  ' '        *     4.  P  ll  ' wJ-Jl  H)l  Y ->i  , Machine Men in Demand.  Rossland SIfner:-Never in tho tiia-'  tory of the^Kootenay  Kaa  there  been  8uch a scarcity of machine  drillers  u  at present.' The cause is the increased  number of men who have been-p'-it to  work   since   the price of metals  have  gone up.   There are constant calls for  machine   men     from the   Boundary  from    the several camps  there.     In  Best Kootenay there has been   an  increase ia the number of men emploved  In the Cocur d'Alenes,' in Butte  and  elsewhere south of the boundary  line  there Iias been a steady increase in, the  number of men  employed.   This  demand hap almost drained the camp  of  machine men, until the mines hero are  a little short of Ibem.  The Canadian Pacific railway company is conbidering the advisability,, of  Bubstituting electricity for steam as   a  motive power.','If the C,(  P...B,.   decides to experiment'in the operation of  trains drawn by  electric 'motors   the  aection between Montreal and,-Quebec  will be the first equipped and the tests  will", begin   .sometime     within   six  months,   Should.the electric'motors,  prove successful the system of_, electrification will gradually be'extended   to.  the other C. P: R." lines. fShawinigan-  fallsVlifurriish eleoirjeal  energyAfor;  thVprehminury tests and in'the   event  of-these /trials"    proving    a .success  Niagara     will" undoubtedly be-drawn  upoii.for power with which to  operate  some of the Ontario, lines.  .' Associatedv Boards. ,  1 * '1    ���  ~ ., '  The eighth annual - meeting  of Hhe  Associated Boards of Trade of Eastern  British Columbia was  held   in   Cranbrook on Wednesday and Thursday  of  this week.   The session   was   a good  one, and ended with a banquet at  the  Cranbrook hotel at  which  there were  75 people in attendance.    The visitors  were loud in their praise, of  treatment  by the people of the city of Cranbrook  and the local  board of trad*.    G.   O.  Bnchanan ��� was  re-elected  presiJent  and A.  B. Mackenzie  was  re elected  secretary.   The next meeting, will be  hftld at Gruenwood.  The Moyie board  of  trade  was  represented by J. P. Farrell. , .  'The School Eeport  The following lists show  the standing   o'f the -pupils , lor   January,   the'  names of all pupils who were absent a  week or more during the month  being'  omitted;    <   . ' ,       ,    '  ,   ,   > SENIOR DIVISION.  ' l (Senior Division.) - <,,> '*  'Senior'Fourth, Class:' A'rihur  Crowe, 2066; Arthur Lutner, 1985;  William ' Attwood. 1712; Christina  Blackburn,-1675;" Ffauk Feroglia,  16G7;   Russell   Hawke,, 1666;   Alfred  '    METAL-[MARKET.*- -f   ,  .New ,���York���Biir silver,  C5|.cenl��  Lead, $5.15.(   Zinc (spelter) ^3.90.     u  1    LOUDON���Lt*ad, ��16 5s.   --���-���.,.  '      'i         ' ���      ���    ���_  GENERAL'NEWS  NOTES'  '  < 'tf r - , ��  Spokane now  claims a  population  of 85,205., ',      J' -',  The ' Cranbrook  Odd   Fellows   will  give their annual ball on b'oi. 2'2,  Mil  -Vlt  U'--K!  The> Submarine Project.  Two Engines.  E. A. HILL,  .��    TRIES' AND MEN'S   FURNISHER  THE   **���"*��� a *n**mG    LADIES ^==  imaerial Bank of Canada.  SAVWGSDEPARTMEIi  There is no   Dcuer  B"t *���""'    ,,t���0������l���tl,er added .o or   not.  .. pounded.twice..a yea'.  OBlMTBROOK BRANCH.  OKAlNii^ ^ ^ ^   piMKHAM. Manager  Two locomotives which were purchased from ibe Pennsylvania Central  to be used on tho Spokane & Interna, ional railway were brought west  ovm the C. F. R. last week. Ono is  still in Cranbrook, but the other is  being used on this end of tho new hue  between "Yank and the boundary.  The true   hosro does   not   stop  inquire the value of the  cargo.  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  to  1,-1,1-  .^ja-rj-fc-ss"** S"H*  We Make A Specialty  of rppairiug fine and complicated  watches. No watch is too delicate  for us to handle. If yours gives you  trouble send it to us we'll guarantee  to do you a fisrt class job.  W. H. WILSON,  Jeweler. CRANBROOK, B.; C  WHEN IN  CRANBROOK  Good rooms, good tablei and bar  and first olasa sample ro5*||iB.  It is juBt 80 feet to bedrock   at   the  shaft site of the Black MacKay Mining  company.   A sandpipe was driven and  the depth of the  alluvial deposit  was  thus obtained.   They aro now   having  a shaft sunk on the west  side  of  the  lake. 'Complete soundings of tho lake  were made this week.    Hobs were cut  in the ice at distances of 100 feet apart  The deepost plao* found  is   140  feet,  which is not far  from *G.   H.  Miner a  igland.    The .soundings    show     that  there is a "hogback" about the   center  of the lake, and   at   that   point   tbe  water is onlyd7 feel in depth.  New Residences,   ,  Frank Duff has purchased tho lot  on tbe corner of Queen's avenue an J  Campbell street, near H. H. Dimock s  residence. Ue will begin at once tbe  erection of a house 26x36 feet in size.  Later he intends putting up a two-  story stone bi.-.ldmg which will bo  about 28x50. Mr, Duff says tlwre is  excellent stone in the vicinity of Moyie  for building purposes and there ,s uo  reason why it should noU*e_u5ed.  Water Co.' Meeting.  Carlson' 1561; Martha KleanOj , '1-498;  Edith' Hawke,'1439.  '" Junior Fourth ^Class:" Joseph  Whitehead, 1874;,, Annie Webster,  1093;; Mabel Lutner, 1520;' Lillie  Sohulze, 1*492; Sidney , Elmer, 1*416;  Ethel Bre'nto'n, 1327:' Lillie ' Conrad;  1187,    ���;  ' Third Class: Louise .Niederstadt,  J-kuPClaifa'-'Niederstadt, 1327;' Carl  Nelson,'_ 1089 ,, Harry Crowe, 10U2;  Alverna Brenton, 978';'Earl Shea, 950.  The .'-names ( of Phyllis Beck'witb,  John ElmeC August" Mueller, 'Bella  Whitehead.;and. Lucy, Keaney haye  been'omitted.-  -- -, -      '-  ,   - DEPORTMENT.  August Mueller, 100; Bella Whitehead,-100;  Louise  Niederstadt, 100;  William Attwood, 99; Martha Keaney,  99; Lucy Keaney, 99: 'Edith  Hawke,  98; Christina  Blackburn,  98;, Lillian  Schulze,   98;   Clara Niederstadt,   97;  Lillie Conrad, 97; Mabel  Lutner,  97;  Arthur Crowe, 97; Sidney  Elmer, '96;  Harry Crowe, 96; Ethel Brenton,  96;  Annie Webster, 96; Phyllis  Beckwith,  96;   Joseph'  Whitehead,   96;,,John  Elmer, 95; Alverna Brenton, 95;  Alfred Carlson, 95; Russell  Hawke,  95;  Arthur Lutner 94;  Carl  Nelson, 94;  Earl Shea, 94; Frank Feroglia, 91.  JUNIOR DIVISION.       .  (General Profipiency.)  Second Class :   Louise Elmer, 3S8;  William One, 379:; Nina Atwood/343;  Dorothea Blackburn, 291.  Sen-ior First Reader: Sylvestr-r  Beckwith, 373; Oscar Burch, 307;  Fiank Conrad; 278; Wellington Brenton, 268; Annie Seville. 239; John  Blackburn, 217.  Tho names of Ruth Marston and  Beatrice One have been Omitted for  the reason given abovo.  There   are  Wabhington'  811   convicts    in  i ,  state * puuitcnti^ry  Mm'  tvi.  Eagles Will Entertain.  One of the leading features of the  carnival at Ros.land will be tho annual smoker of the Fratern.il Order of  Eagles to bo held ou the eveuinc of  the 9th, immediately after iho hockey  match, at Miners' Union ball. The  entertainment will cnuaisl of a fine  vaudeville performance, music anrl refreshments to conclude with a lively  boxing contest,  A Musical Bartender.  The proprietor of one of the hotels  at Revulstoke oamo in one day last  week and caught his onrtendsr playing on the oa��h register. "This house  will soon bi? mine." The bartender Is  now looking fur another job.  Walla Walla.        The zinc smelter at Frank in exported to be running full bust, in tne  course of the next few weeks.  1 Hon. CH, Mackintosh,'intenrl9��ii>'  the   immediate, future' to begin  tlie  publication of  a  daily  newspaper, in  Winnipeg.             '        '*";*, -  .3        ,      . ' /i.  .���-      '  "The Odd Fellows of , West  Virginii  have purchased a site ot 102 acres near-  Elkins, W,,V*r, and will erect an   Odd_  Fellows' home to cost'?10ri,000.'   *  "  ���r i. '_���  -' ^        _ ''  - Blairmore bad a disastrous iflre last-  Saturday and-half a business block  was destroyed ������The loss is about  $30,000. D. C Drain was ono of the.  heaviest losers, being about !fl2,000  with only'iH.OOO insurance.  It is reported that Mackenzie &  Mann have purchased a ?10,000 option  on ten iron claims at Hutton, Ont,^  and that a huge smelter .will be erect-,  ed in Tosouto for the treatment of the  ores.' It is said that .?5,000,000 will be.  expended in the*erection of tbe smelter.  >        .     .  Groing to Montreal.  r W, J. Williamson is leaving today  for Montreal, where he goes to consult  Dr. Fred Fooke, a celebrated eye'  specialist. While working in the 8t.  Eugene" mine some months ago.  Williamson got a piece of steel in hia  left eye and now he is threatened with  losing the sight of it. He was advised to go,to Montreal, and is acting  upon the advice, .  NOTIUE.  Under instruction from the superintendent of education a mooting will bo  hold in the school house on Friday evening, February 9th, at 8:15 o'clock,  for the purpose of voting ou tho taxation to be levied on property in the  Moyio school district for teachers'  salaries and others expenses.  J P, FARREL, Socry.  ���Hi  .���j .*. i  w  ,**��!  ' i\\  i'.ii  i   t. j I  "\n  Y%  :,a. Ym  ,*   :    'f"?  i    -{"    'M-r*  ������   r M,  -     if sl  J - (l-il  ''it  \A  ' ii  i, * i  i._  The regular annual, meeting of the  Moyie Water Co. will be held iu Moyie  on Thursday, JanuR.j, *ind.  Many   troubles   will   blow   away  they aro given a chance to dry out.  if  Is Your Watch  Going Satisfactory?  do   not   because  run  TOO  LONG  and   money  it   w'll   re-  Chamberlain's Cough Remedy  Oirc. Colds. Croup *��<i N'1i5opl**P ^^  Many walchos  they are allowed to  without cleaning.  Save Your Watch  by st.-L.din!: it to u-r, where  coivo proper treatment  Mr. E. A. Hill   of   Moyie.  i��  1-ur  ageut.  W. F. TA.TE & SON.  Jewolers and   Graduate Optician*.  CRANBROOK, B. C.  O'licial Watrh Inspector for O.  P    Ii  Crow's Nenl Pass ' Division, TM f ill    I --*��rW-^��J|*1i  ���u in��a*a��a n  . *?  ���- ,i$k     m  , ���'���-iEMi     t  f      *M9ri '    it ii  -#  "P"' "', ���  l-t-'  #+ 4-4-'? ��� M H U-H-4 TM �� ���4 4��H'f*'*4 4 4 4''4 4 44^-t-4����4'f;  Linked by Fate  BY CHARLES GARVICE  1%  Author of " Thc Verdict of the Heart/"* " A Heritage   t  of Hate/' "Neil of Shorne Mills," "Paid I  t For," tf A Modern Juliet/', Etc f  *-+����� H M H IKt ���,*�������������'��� ����+4 >MHt-��H1KMMM'i  Continued from last week.  "Vane!"    ' u >  "How do you do, Lady "Marling-  loid?" hi* bani in just the ordinary  tone  of  polite  gri'i'Ung.   ',  Her white teeth closed on her hp  for a luonient, thi'n she bent her  , head. The "Ludv jMarlmgford" was  like a blow to her 110111 the man  who had ' lxvu wont to breathe  "Judith" a-s ii it 'were a psalm of  life,   a  sonnet  ol   Jove.  "I���1    rial   not    know     you    were���  back,"  she  said., ."Ami.' why  do  you  call  me Lady -Mnrlingloi'd?" she added,  hei   brows drawn as if with pain.  He ought to,have been  startled by  1   the question, 'but it, would have token very little li'us than un earthquake  to  start It'* ]#>or  Vane  at   this  period  '   of his oxis,U'iu-e. ' '  "How   do  1    err?"  he    asked,   not  p, bitterly,   but,with  a placidity  which  cut her mpn* deeply than  any bitter-  , ness   would   have   done.    "You    were  1   just  on  the  point  of  marrying  Lord  "Marlingford   when'. I   left   l-higland���if  you remember." ' '   '  She raised  her head  and  ltfoked at  _    him.,    'J'ho  group  , tci   which'he  had  been     absently    listening;    was   quite  close  and 'within    hearing,-and    she  ma'de    a , blight    get-lure ' with   , her  .   hand.  ���'Will you come a little farther up  the ride?" she said an a very low-  voice.     '_ \      '  Vano hesitated; for nn  instant.    He  had    loved   this*   girl, w.ith  a    love  which   he had  thought  eternal,"    had  ,     wyll   nigh   lost   his   reason   when   she  -    had 'betrayed  and   deserted   him;, but  now he had   not  the  least .desire ' \o  ,'   talk   with   her. .His   love   for  Nina-  how, in'its purity and truth it shamed his  old passion for Judith Ornie!  ���had  wiped 'out all thought  of  and  desire for any other woman, even for  "this  exquisitely .beautiful* one     But  he  could .scarcely  refuse  her  request  and, . with,   a  nodi   he  moved   beside  lier to a vacant space.    She took her  horse    close   to     the rail'    and   bent  down,   so  that  she, could^-whisper  to  ,,him;    he   was    still   sensible  of    the  grace    of,her    move'mi'uts,    hut  only  ���sensible  of  it  as  one  is  conscious  of  the grace of  a particularly beautiful  '   statue  or a singularly charming, picture. , ' ���     . , o '  ���"Don't you know*? Have you not  heard?" she said1 with'the faintest  tremor in her voice, the voice which  used to thrill him.     ��� ,    ,  ,  r "Heard ' what?"   he     said,   almost  bluntly. ' -   ,  She regarded him with a chastened air. |     '  "Poor" Lord  "Miirlingfortl   died   just  ���just before our���our wedding, day,"  '*   she sa'id brokenly.  Vane's eyelids'did not even flicker,  and. ha looked" at her steadily.   v  i "Poor    beggar!" ' he    said."     "I'm  sorry.    "I'm   sorry 'for  him."      And'  '<  he  was 'genuinely     sorry,   for lie   re-  -membered  what th'e .loss   of herchad  been* to himself.    "V hadn't heard-r-"  She   drew   'a     long   lireath.    "No?  When    did  you o���come  back  to    England?    We heard  that you   wore  lost.  And    I���T    was���soi ry,     I felt���when  did you  come back?"  "Some   time    since,"    he    replied.  "'And    so    Lord    "Marlingford     died1  Accept-my'most sinceio condolences.  Miss Ormo."  The sapphire eyes rested on him  with   sweet  roprouch.  "Miss Ormo! Ah, Vane, you cannot forgive! You did not understand You do not1, uiulcrsiuiid, even  now���"  Vane's lips began  to curl.  . "T beg your purdon,"  lie said  with  polite   interest,' nothing mon>.  She sighed again as she curbed the  impatience and lcstlcssne&s ol the  Arab.  "T want to tell ybu���hut this is no  place. But T must congratulate you,  Vano " , '  "On mv succession to'the title?" he  said.   "Thanks!"  Her I-..VI-S swept over his seedy serge  suit. and. as if in response, he said:  "1 only heard it last nmht. I came  back from���I was in London, hard  up, and, well, I suppose looking for  something to do, when I heard the  news. Sir Charles Letchford happened  tb spot me���"  Sho tossed her beautiful head  slightly.  "The Letchfords? Yes. They used to,  be friends of mine, but Blanche has'  > cut me lutely, .since���she did not understand, as you do not understand,  that I was the victim of circumstances. You know whut my father is  ���what my life has been���"  Vane regarded her calmly. There  was a cote of appeal in her musical  voice which would have reached his  heart and elicited, a quick response  some months ago; but it did not  move him now.  "1���I can't tell you all now," she  said. "'"Will jou not come to Bee  tne?"  Vane hesitated a moment'. If the  woman who hesitates is lost, how  much more so is tlie man!  "Thanks, I shall be "very pleased,"  ho said.  Her lips paitcd with a smile, a  smile that was almost one of humble  gratitude.  "You will? Ah, that is good of  you! And I want to hear all that has  happened to 3011. You will tell me,  won't you?"  Vane,   thinking   that   he     certainly  .would not, icphed, as in duty bound:  "Certainly."  "You���you arc not looking well,"  sho murmured, the sapphire eyes  sweeping over his face and thc seedy  serge suit.  "I've been down on my luck," said  iVane, in response to the glance,  ���"and I heard of the change in my  fortunes so recently that I haven't  had time to pull myself together."  "And I am changed also: don't you  notice it?" she said,  s'adJy.  ''Can't say  I    do,"  ijcplicd     Vane.  ��������� '"You    seem  to  me as���as    charming  as ever,  Judith." ',   He had   intended  ,, to say "Miss Orine;" but the familiar  name escaped  hi in.  Her eyes lit up for a moment, but  she veiled them  instantly.  "Do 7/011  think so?  Oh,  I am changed; very much so. i'An you  will come?  ' The  old   address." ,  "Thanks,"  he said.   "Yes;  certainly  ,,- I will  come."  '      "Thank you;  it is  good  of    youl"  She. mt^TajJArodj  "When? T -.-��� -���'���  * o-morrow?  "Not    to-morrow.,,"    lie said,     mechanically.   "I am engaged. I'am going , to  Lesborough.      When,   I. come  back."  She drooped over her saddle and  held out her long, thin hand, so perfectly gloved that the kid seemed an  outer skin. Vane took it���how often  had his lips kissed the'white hand  that glove covered!���pressed it with  the proper amount of pressure.  "When you come back���directly you  come back,',' she said, and turned her,  hoise.  Judith Orine rode toward Queen  Anne's Gate, with her beautiful eyes  fixed on her horse's ears, and, though  she bowed and smiled in response to  the many greetings she received, she  was scarcely conscious of them.  She pulled up tit one' of the small  houses "in St. Margaret's Place, which  lira as fashionable as they are small  and inconvenient, and, having alighted with the aid of her discreet and  well-mounted groom, entered , 'the  house., and went up to the drawing-  room. , , , q  The tea-table was set by the window'overlooking the park, and Judith, after 'ringing the hell for the  urn, sank into an easy-chair and let  her beautiful'face fall into'the warm,  white hands from-which she had'  stripped her gloves, with a restless,  feverish  haste.  "  ,As the maid was placing the urn on  the table a step, light but unsteady,"  was heard on the" stairs, and'presently there 'entered a seemingly middle-  aged,' if not "quite young, man'., 'He  was small and slightly built; with  features, almost as delicately, moulded as a woman's. His hair���it was a  really admirable-wig, a'perfect work  of art���sat, with a fine imitation of  rature, on a face painted anJtenamelled so artfully that it -might have  belonged to a young man of five-and-  ,twenty. The "figure, slight and debonair, was .clothed with a sartorial  skill and cunning to "which Saville  ���Row, alone could aspire; and it was  only tho eyes, a little bleared , and  prominent, which ,aroused the .'suspicion of the keen observer���a very  keen observer���and let out the secret  of Sir  Chandos Orme's age:' ,  ,, 'Judith's hands fell from her eyes  as her father entered the room, with  his jaunty, would-be juvenile air, arid  the expression of her. lovely, face  grew, hard  and  matter-of-fact.  "You're home early, father," she  said,   curtly:  '.'Yes; yes, I am," he said.  He had  lunched, at his club,'lunched unwisely  and .too  well, sand the natural i-'flush  'on-  his     face  strove,     with,   praiseworthy  but'   futile'energy,  to  picrco  r tho^ coat  of  enamel'and  paint.^."But  I came    home because ��� T have , * some  news'for you. Vane Mannering is hero  ���herb in London! '*���.    *.      ,   v ,' '     .'.'  He sank into ,a chair and smiled at  *her  with  a, significance    "which    ,was  somewhat drowned,by tho effects   'of  , the  bottle- and* a half  o"f champagne  he had  taken with, his? lunch.'  "He's back,','- he  continued.   , VOW  Fan worthy saw, him���trust old-   Fan-  worthy for spotting ,a' man!���and,  as  you knew,'Mannering is now thc Earl  of Lesborough.'.' ,  "I know,'' said Judith, quietly.  ���'And but for you I should be',<;ngag-  ed to Vane Mannering,' should he, his  ��� wife." "  "No, no, my dear Judith!" broko  in Sir Chandos. "It was your own  doing." ? ,    ,.  "My own doing!" 6aid''Judith, bitterly. "It was you, you, who stepped  iu���b'etTween us, who persuaded me to  throw Vano over and accept Lord  Marhngford. You know it, father."  Sir Chandos wav->tJ his white hands  ���they were still famous, though they  hud been waving for considerably  more than half a  century.  "My dear Judith, do mo justice1!  Vane Mannering was, at that time,  ever so far removed from the peerage."  "And sb you sacrificed me," she  said; bitterly. "Persuaded, compelled  mc, to throw him over and accept  Lord   Marlingford���"     ,  ' 'Who most���most inconsiderately  died," put in Sir Chandos. ''But  when you sav I compelled,.I suggest,  I merely suggest 'that you were easily persuaded���compelled; and rightly."  "And now���now Vane has come  .back to England?" said ' Judith.  "And  is���"  Sir Chandos shuttled in "his chair  and toyed with the cup of tea which  he did not want.  "The Earl of Lesborough," he said.  "You will, of' course, my dear Judith���"  She rose, almost upsetting thc fragile table with its dainty .Worcester  china.  "You expect me, you want me to���  to���Ah, it is too shameful, too  base!"  Sir Chandos eyed her rather nervously.  "My dear Judith, my dear child!"  ho murmured, between his artistically dyed moustache. "Ciicumstances  alter cases."  Sho turned her face from him, and  it may be hoped that thc recording  angel will give her credit for the  tears that shone in the sapphire eyes.  "You knew that���that I cared for  him; yes, loved him. 1 love him now.  Yes, I love him now."  Her voice faltered and broke suddenly.  Sir Chandos eyed her with a faint  and murky .surprise.  "Ueally? Is that so? 'Pon my w0rd,  my dear Judith Well, well' Tut, tut!  But   this  windfall   is  luclvy  for  us!"  She dried her ej os anrl legarded  him with a hiltei , defiant expression.  "What do you mean?" she demanded.  "Why is  it lucky?*' - " ���-.  Sir Chandos at last put down the  cup that cheers; hut Which lie -abhorred-, and blinked his ijlciircd eyes at  her:   '���.���..:".       . ���'    ,  "Oh, I only meant to say that if  you still care .for him! if you want  to be the Countess of Lesborough;  well���well, we are all right. My ��� clear  Judith"���he leant -forward and point-'  ��d a forefinger at'her���"you know as  well as I do that no nian can resist  you; and that if yon mean-going for  Vane Mannering���J. beg his pardon. 1  mean Lesborough!���there is no'escape  for him."  Sho bit her lip and stared thoughtfully, moodily, at the carpet, and the  Gush of shame, humiliation, catna  ftnij. went t& ber t&oe-  "Vou haven't seen him Blnco ho  camo back, He is much changed. He  ���he was quite cool, cold to-day. Not  ungry.���������worbe,   indifferent."  -Sir Chandos laughed softly, the  kind of chuckle which is born of a  knowledge of, the world, and an incapacity for shame. .,  "I have every confidence in yon,  my dear Judith." he said. '-Every  confidence. I���1 think I will just drop  in at the club on the chance of a  rubber.  .Every   confidence'"  (TO BE CONTINUED)  PAUL OF RUSSIA.  Bla Aaaaamlitatioii Warn Like tbe Bad',  inic'of JTnllus Cnennr.  The 25th of March, 1801, was the day  , on which the Emperor Paul of Russia  was assassinated. Paul had received  some whispers of the plot against bis  life and had arranged to leave St Petersburg, the following day and go to  Moscow, where he fancied he might be  safer. On the evening of the 25th he  retired to rest at an early hour that he  might thoroughly rest himself'before  commencing his journey. At 11 o'clock  about a score of the conspirators���officers holding high 'tank in the army���  appeared at the gate of the palace. It  was' closed, hut the officers presented  an order, signed by, the emperor him-,  self���or, rather, with a forged signature  attached���and,' informing ,the sentinel  that they 'were called to hold a council  of iyar with the czar, were admitted.  The emperor's aid-de-camp was one  of the foremost of the conspirators aud  ^went in advance of tho others to Paul's  bedchamber, 'before the door of which  was a Cossack soldier on guard. . "The  emperor sleeps," said tlie man. "I must  rouse him. There is Are in the''city,"  replied the treacherous aid. The Cos"-  sack, , seeing ', others push , forward,  shouted- out to alarm the emperor and  immediately fell, piereed'by, the swords  "of the conspirators. Paul attempted to'  bolt 'the door, but being uuahle to do  so seized his sword'and turned'boldly  on them. "What is your.design?" he  demanded of Count 'Plato, Zouboff,,  "find what do these men want who are  with ybu?" "We demand your abdication," replied.Zoiihoff, who tlien'read a  formal deed, which had been previously prepared. j . ' . ,'".:  "What!, Do you, who have been loaded'with bounties by'me, turn thus upon your master?" said tlie'emperor.   "  "You are iio*longer our''master,"-re-i  plied Zouboff. ."The nation has provld-.  ed"you a,successor ln the shape of your  son Alexander." .��� �� ��� \i  Paul  at 'this  raised  his  sword,  and  the conspirators,-., who had not-expected  him to show so -much 'courage, drew  back,   with-the  exception-.of  a   man  named Beningsen, who'urged the'oth-1  ers forward, saying:1  "If ybu hesitate, you are lost."  Then' Count Valerian Zouboff struciil  the first- blow, and .the others" quickly  followed his 'example. *���   As  Taul still  struggled ansofficer's'sash 'was, passed  around his neck,,and the life was cliqkr-  ed out of him, his last, words being: r*  "And you, too, myCJoustaiitine!" ,*  HE MEANT EVERY  WORD HE SAID  Ex-Reeve's   Rheumatism    Cured  .    by Dodd's Kidney Pills.  Was so Orlpplod That He Could   Hard-  ' ly Qet Around and Could Get no Re-  llof from Doctors or Medloino.  "Dresden, Ont, Jan. 22. (Special)���  Dodd's Kidney Pills cured . me ol  Rheumatism slick and clean." ' Mr.  \V Or. Cragg, the well-known merchant and ex-reeve of this .place was  the speaker and he evidently meant  every word he said.  ' "It was the Inflammatory, kind of  Rheumatism" 1 had and it crippled  me lip so that 1' could hardly get  around to do my work in my store-  I had the best doctors and everything  in the line of. medicines 1 could hear  of ,,hut nothing even  gave  me relief.  "The-a I tried Dodd's Kidney Pills  and six "boxes cured me completely "  "J Dodd's Kidney Pills ,'cure Rheumatism, by curing the kidneys. Rheumatism is caused by Uric acid 111 the  blood. If the Kidneys are right they  will strain all the Uric acid out of  the blood and the Rheumatism, will  go with it.    " '  1 ' i        1  A  Solution  of  the  Clean  1   Seed Question.     '   >  The  Negative  Pott.  IF jou cannot, by chance,  Give a long: feong and dance  On Plato or "Wafjner or Shelley,  Or if you can't think  In glib Maeterlinck  Or fluently tulk BotUceKI-  ,  If each time you bark  A Rubens remark  At a ions hair and high forehead dinner '  Tou*re sat on ��y those  Of the positive pose,                           >  Try the negative one���it's a winner.  It's worked in these ways:  Gaze on all native ylays       '  And show no'approving emotion;  Inspect with sad eyes ���  And deep, pensive sighs  All art from this side of the ocean;  1   Observe with wan smiles ,  American s>tyles  .    In building and sculpture and letteru,  '  And when you speak, why,    ,  '     Distinctly imply '  That tlie Zulus In taste ore our betters,  Don't say much; 'tis best ,  To vaguely suggest; .���     ,  Just sigh and avoid explanation?;  Look misunderstood'  , And all to the" good  In the mat ter ..of 'mind decorations;  Then people will say,  Who note your blase  Condition and-thoughtfulness mystic,  "That's young Mr. Blank; ,'j  His mind is a tank  Of taste and of feeling artistic."    '_   ,  ���Thomas "ft. Ybarra ln New York Times. '  THE SUPERIORITY  OVER JAPANS OF   Ceylon Natural GREEN TEA   is   unquestlon.  ' able.    IT IS ALL;PURE TEA.,  Sold Only in Sealed Lesd Packets at 40o, SOc and 60c per lb  By all Grocers.      Highest Award St. Louts, 1904.  POINTED  PARAGRAPHS.  'Our  attention  has    recently    been  called to-a new  machine which-has  lately "been designed in Winnipeg for |  the, purpose  ot, treating all  kinds, ot >  seed grain-'   An outline cut of thc ma- .  chine is given herewith trom which it j  will be seen^that it'consists of a-.tri-;  angular   tank  ahout ,'fourteen   inches ;  wide and four feet long,.open',at the  top  and , supported on -' legs.     This '  tank, contains the bluestone or formalin   solution.    From - one end   of   the  tank 'a'"-short elevator extends ,at an  angle of, about 45 degrees, consisting  of, two rubber belts with wood Uights  placed���about two  and a half- inches  apart.. A  receiving hood; is attached  to',the,, lower side of Uie top of the  elevator rand  just t\ underneath- < this  hood and extending down to the floor  Uso at an angle of about" 45 'degrees, Is  placed, a - drain - board.     In  operation  the   upward,   movement of th'e . top  'side" of the' ^elevator belt ^causes  an'  upward current, of th'e water from the'  bottom, of 'the ..tank and, a backward  current' on    top.  ,   The    grain    falls  from the-hopper above into this cur-'  rent   and .is ..deflected-backward     by  it -as  it sinks slowly to the   bottom-  "Wyld-Your wife is a  born leader,  Enpec. - '       '  v "Rupee���She certainly, has a fine command of 'lapgii'a'ge.���Tarrytown (N. 'Y.)  News.       ".      1.  BABY'S   HEALTH.  e.  a  ���  ��� .-  ���  ^If it is a Question of Warmth use i  B B.EDDY'S  BUILDING  1-      *, , 1.,'',','.  It Retains Heat and. Keeps Out Cold.  ��� Write for .Samples and Prices   ,    >  ��� , ' ���- ���-.���'���-/     ',,���'.���'  ��� TEES & PERSSE,,Limited,-Agents, Winnipeg-. ���  5 '    , - '���   ',< '.'        '     " <���**      - (        i      ���'        " ���' '.- /' !  At. the same' time all light, and defective grain, smut-balls, wild 'oats  and other noxious weed seeds float  to the top when th-ay are caught by  the ..backward, water current and carried to sthe rear of the'' machine into  quiet water, .from which they'* may  be   "readily  removed.        The     clean  Don't  ' ."-You can't satisfy-some people,  try.    , ' \,"'      "       ,.'���*.  ,If- you do ardisastrpus-thing careless-  - ly, it is the'same thing as if you did it  on'.purpose., ''������    _ -' .     .-��� -' ���  "_ Some people's idea of being 1;sineere  is to say disagreeable things to theii  friends' faces. u -    - ��� *'     ,.,,.'  Some houses always look as though  the occupants were in the midst ofka  house cleaning. , "  If the women were called upon to  vote for the nicest man! in town, how  >many would vote for their husbands'^ %  Never worry about anything that you  can put off until  tomorrow.   Many of  the worries of today, if put off until tomorrow, will take care of themselves.  ,' A man and his girl can endure a  great many hardships vvlien they are  courting that they dou't know are hardships until after ithey are married.���  Atchison Globe. .   '  . 'When, a child  is well, give it no  mediciuo,"   is.a    wholesome   "adage.  But at. the  first pign of trouble  the  careful mother will give Baby's Own  Tablets, which .promptly cure Indigestion,   colic,    constipation, > 'diarrhmea,  simple .fevers' and teething ^troubles.  They contain not one.particle'of opiate' or ' poisonous"sobthiTig'"stuff,   yet  'they  give'.refreshing'.sleep -(because  they remove the  cause of sleeplessness  ���and  the   child  awaken Sebright   'and  we'll.    Mrs. ' !F.  Mcintosh. ."vVabigoon,  Ont.,   says: '"Baby's   '.Own   .Tablets  wrought -oa  wonderful   change  in, ray  little one! "VVhen he vvas two*-months  old lie began'to 'fail'and cried almost  night and day. ' But after 'giving him  the tablets die grew we'll,and is now  a bright, laughing baby, who scarcely  ever gives 'any trouble.    The tablets  are surely a blessing to both mother  and  child."   -,A11  druggists  sell these  Tablets or you can get them by mail  atr25 cents a box by'writing the Dr.'  Williams    Medicine   Co.," .Brockville.  'Ont. ,   '      ,   "        .     ���"-      7  i      .  f ALWAYS SATISFACTORY; ,.  ", Ask your dealer for Impsrlal Mapla Syrup.   Oo not allow him to subitltuU  an Inferior artlolo booause It la ohoaper." -_, .' ,  After Wills  (lis  er s  .Keep ��ayin| it, over.-and overtjtiaT  ;Aycr's *'PHI��. VAyer's PUlk. Arer'i  ' Pills.'^The'best lirer pills ever mtde.  They cure-conttipttion, indijetdon,  ~rbiliousness" 'sick-headache. All vegetable, sugar-coated, mildly laxative.  .Wt kin ������ mct**! ��� WtfaMUti.,   j.o.Aj-.rC.  tkt ItrTMBlM ��l til ���T ��Wk>l<l.        L��w"*"l, tttti'.  n   .'I  WOMAN' IN-THE-0 HOME.   , "  FIi-Kt  Typesetting Machine.      l  In answer to the query, I low'old are  typesetting machines? tlie London  Chronicle prints an extract from a  copy^ of the Birmingham Herald ol  1S23: "Dr. Church is now at Birmingham preparing his new printing machine. The compositor has only to sit  down at this curious mechauism as .lie  would at a pianoforte, and as he strikes  tlie keys tlie types all fall from tlie  case into their proper* places with a  velocity that keeps pace with the most  rapid speaker. The form having been  worked off, the type moves iiuo the  melting pot, from which it is returned,  recast into its original state without  any*diminution of material ancl thence  distributed into the case quite new.  One of these machines placed at tlie  bar of the house of commons would al  ways insure a correct report of the do  bate. Dr. Church, the inventor, is ii  native of Boston, in New Englaud."  A FuntiiKtle Duty. .  A fantastic duty falls every fifth  year, to theN-lot of the mayor of St.  Ives in Cornwall, England, when the  bequests left by John Knill, a former  collector of customs, are distributed.  Accompanied by the borough mace  bearers, he has to walk in procession,  with ten mairls dressed in white 111111  ten old widows, to (lie inoiiiimoiit  known as Knill's steeple, round which,  to the strains of a lirklle, ho nnd hi1-  strangely assorted companions are re  quired to stop a measure. Then tin  bequests, which include ��5 for the best  kuilter of fishing nets and ��3 for thc  best curer and packer of fish, are dis  tributed. After this the trustees ml  journ to dinner.  sound', grain,;' every kernel,, of (whlcn  has had a thorough bath in. the J-lue-  stone liquid, is carried up on the eU  evator and discharged-into the hood,  from which it may pass into a sack  or roll slowj'y down the drain board  to the Jloor, in either of which case  it is thoroughly drained * and there  is no waste of liquid- Ln the cut the  curved lines indicate the direction of  the water current, large dots the  path  of grain and small  dots seeds-  The inventor of the machine argues that at the present time, when  all elevators and mills are equipped  with cleaning machinery, the farmer  has no use for the fanning mill other  than to clean his seed - grain and  many of them decline to go to the  expense for a machine of so limited  use, and his aim has been to produce  a,machine that would do the work  of the fanning mill and pickler in  one and the same operation, and at  the same time be supplied at a price  very much less than these two machines. ,  This he claims to have accomplished ,and it would appear that his  claims are well grounded. The' machine certainy does excellent work,  and, we understand, that it is to be  placed on the market at a price lees  than half the cost of the two  machines  mentioned.     t  Arrangements have been made to  manufacture here and a limited number will be on the market for the  coming spring trade. , Further particulars can be had by applying to  J. A. Cowan, 789  Main St. Winnipeg.  A Man   of Ili.n "Word.  "I've been trying that physician you  recommended so highly to me."  "Ah! And you found him all thatl  said, reliable in every respect, eh V"  "Well, he assured me he would put  me on'my feet iuside of two months."  "And did he do it?"   .  "That's what he: did. I've Just sold  my automobile in order to pay his  .bill." '"������'-.   ''  Early Rising.  Some scientist has discovered that  early rising Is bad for the health. Talk  about popular science! "What ls the  matter with thc brand this man turns  out for being popular?  This intelligent scientist says that the  morning air is bad and thaf the vitality  is low ahout that timo and that taken  together these two form a combination  Unit has killed many men. Killed  men!    Think of that!  For years tho race has been In rebellion against early rising, but having tlie assurance of tlio old lime copy  books, it has striven to overcome the  desire lo lie abed, thinking It was doing something smart and adding years  to its life. With this greatest of all  discoveries to back him up a man can  spring science on his wife and turn  over for another snooze.  It is hard to teach an old dog new  Irlrks, but here is one that will be an  exception.  Collection of Wolves' Ears. :  Mr. G. J. Booth . has' six pair of  wolves' ears, that being the number of  animals sworn lo before litm this year,  says The Orillla News-Letter. To. get  tho bounty; of $1!>, the head with the  ears thereon must be produced before  a justice of the peace, who takes an  affidavit aji to the destruction of the  fcalmaJs and then cuts off lhe ears.  .OTTAWA'S  HERO.,:  Additional. Facts  Recalling  H.'lA. Hap  j      <-     '   n.    . -  , (per's   Glorious   Death���Unveiling f  ,   - ,    .of  Memorial   Monument.' '* ...  ,��� -Henry-Albert Harper los't his" life in  the, Ottawa Itiver on-Dec 6, 1901, under  'circumstances < of equal bravery-" and  pathos. A young girl,'for. whose* safety he was In part," responsible, "was  drovvningl*" '.The' circumstances "-rendered anl,atternpt at resuce desperate and  almost certain ,to>be"fatal.' Harper de?  liberately refused to return .without' thc  girl whose protector he was.1 . "What  -else can-I do?" he said,'and-plunged  lnto",the stream,, to .join < in* de'ath his  companion''who-mo,hie *cduld notit/saye  It.-Is a-good thing that ^Canadian' m'eii  should feel, that a* trust is,to,, be",kept  ��unswervlng"ly and.'to tlie\death.7l?l-Iar.  'per himself'was still 'a * young ���\man,  while"a publjc'servant bringing to tfear  upon a useful and honorable ''workman  interest*and'an ,cn��rgy which promised  ultimate distinction, he ' was as yet  among- the'juniors. . Yet "to-day ,a me  morial recalls his example' in perhaps  the, most conspicuous place in Ottawa  "Placed on Wellington street at the head  'of Metcalfe streex, visible .alike from  the steps, of the Hou.ie of Parliament  and from the busiest-street of the city  ���unveiled byahe representative of Uncrown and received a? a national trust  by the Premier of Canada���a statue  'stands bo the memory, not of Harper's  hearing of success in life, but to his  exit from It. It Is "a moment's' monument," to the honor of the firmness ol  mind and correctness of principle which  braced a young man to show once more  that he who loses his life shall save it.  The monument has taken the form ol  a statue and is an exceptionally fine  piece of work. Sir Galahad, young "and  lithe, drawn sword in hand, foot advanced and bady poised, face uplifted,  utters the prophetic words-. "Jf I lose  myself I .save'myself,"' The spirit and  beauty of Mr. E. W.v Keyser'a work  merits the warmest praise.  The recent ceremony of unveiling and  dedication- was simple, but made Impressive than most events of that nature. Lord and Lady Grey and Sir Wilfrid Laurier were the centre of the little group on the platform by the statue,  but the chief Interest of day lay in  the pathetic'presence of Mr. and Mrs.  A. G. Blair, the parents of the girl  whom Harper died ln trying to save*  Mr. P. D. Rossu acted as chairman and  in opening the* proceedings put the  whole point of the commemoration in  one excellent phrase, "Harper did not  need this monument; "we did." Mr.  Mackenzie King, a close personal friend  of Harper's, and ,the chairman of the  committee which erected the monument, presented it to the nation. Sir  Wilfrid Laurier, in the easy and graceful miuiner ot which he is a 'master,  accepted it as a natibnal possession,  declared that it would be a labor of  love to guard and preserve It, and drew  a very pretty picture of succeeding  generations asking the reason for tills  memorial and br-lnpr told thc story of  the young man's heroism.  The Governor-General was the last  speaker rind his address was much tho  strongest in matter and In feeling. He  described the monument as increasing  "the Interest, the embellishment and  the idealism of the Federal capital,"  and after dwelling upon the example  Harper had bequeathed to the people;  of his country drew the lenson tlmt  our greatest pleasure should lie In  .spending ourselves, our fortunes and  our lives for tho common good. "Canada and tho world Is richer by his  death," said IBs Excellency, who  throughout and with evident unconsciousness forgot the tragedy in his application of the splendor of such a  death.' He recalled another civil servant, a young man named . Harvey,  whom, he had seen lying mprtally  wounded lh tho shadow of the Mal.oppo  hills in Rhodesia and who' had said to  him, "How fine it is to die for the expansion of the Empire1." In the spirit  of Harvey and, Harper Earl Grey gloried. "How could they have die^d better?" ,He congratulated the" sculptor  on his work, arid expressed the hope  that this would only be the first, of ai  set of noble companions who would  make this the via sacra of the capital.  Her-Fir��t Duty Ik  to-Enforce  Order  ^   fanil   Discipline.    A  "There cau' be no, fixed 'rule govern-"  ing .woman's,place in the" honie',"saId  Mrs.* "J.  Harry Selz.    "Every ,woman  must bethe judge, of how to dispose of  her, time to the-best possible advan-^  tage:    The  woman- of   leisure  is,, the'  .woman"who should, stride to, bring,the  highest degree of culture into the home  to better her life and1 the lives ofi oth'-'  ers. ,, Culture ,i3   not -to , be  attained  through elaborate entertainment and a_  constant giving of'time and energy to  social pleasures. /Xbe'/ivoman who goes,  Into society' but little"'and, gains'^ her  knowledge through-ptitientand golltary'  study "may bo more cultivated tlinn'slie  .���who^is constantly seen in public. ."fV-.  *A���.The first duty'o'f a woirian- Jn'ttbe  home*is ,to have perfect order,' for.with*  out order/and' discipline1 little is to'be  accomplished.    Order*,'is' the?1* fotinda-  tlori, - and *bn t this <. vvc; 'shouldt;'rear;"^a-  beautiful structure.   Ourbomes.should  have,'an atmosphere, of .'refinement, bo  possessed of an air 'of sweet contentment.    Thercls  nothing too  worthy  for ihe home., "When possible it should  be embellished by good music, a carefully chosen library and  worthy pictures.,   Tlie.truest hospitality' lies In  permitting  our  friends   to  share  our  pleasure" without any desire ut ostenta  tion.���Chicago Post  Jb&  schemes that'rsuddcnly turn ugly when  you try them-out. /   t  ,'.,'.���     -.;.'-'- v'  yf y     ss,   '~i.. .  ,  . ��� ''  . JSonie people arc.so modest that the  ,;n(ike"iiS,,-truthfInvariably gh-e's  them a  .*shqck,'��^',-"s "'  Minard's   Liniment Cures  Colds, etc  ' Death Fo.- Goldmakifig.  'In, the Middle .ages, alchemists waited their time and substance in unsuccessful endeavors to transform lead I117  to gold and silver, but even'Miad they  succeeded* they could hardly have  Rained much by it, for the desirable'  manufacture, or ^"transmutation," was  iliegallzed by a-statute of Henry IV.,  which enacted that "None from hence-'  forth shall use to multiply" (i.e. manufacture) "gold or silver; and lf*any tha  same do. lie shall incur tho pain of  felony"���which, of ciurse. was death.  Among the capital charges against tho  Protectnr Somerset vvas the one: "You  commanded alchemistry to be'practised, thereby td abate the King's coin."  A good piano player Is a.delightful  aid to conversation:  When a man Is In love he is either  so happy or so miserable that he does  not notice bow the world wags.  It Is all very well to speak softly,,  but sometimes'11 hard, firm toue works  as well as the blsr stlok  ���.Catarrh'1" is.* offensive  -more  Minard's  Cows.  Liniment  Cures Garget  In  W    IM   U    No   S69  A mini never can see how a girl  could boar to throw herself away ou  the other fellow.  Most men's Idea of tlie ideal wife is  one who regards the family washing  and ironing ns the best way of beauty  making.  Apple pie may he hud for the wife's  complexion, hut it is good for thc husband's disposition.  You nevei- can toll about the finish of  a game until It is played, unless iL is  the oilier luam'i turna  ,than"?thathJti-is~ the fore-  .i-uriher- ofs**\vorse' ch&eases.  Xatarrh-'sprea'ds^-frbm, the  Jf   Jj   ,    *��I.J_       j7Vt <T       *- tli   -   f (     ' "*        f  "nose'tb.'thel throat' where it  sometimes "prepares the suf-  feVe'r' "for/cliphtheria; it  spreads,to the stomach and  bowels /-where it generates  the* .worst'kind of indiges-  ���       ' r-  tion ���   consumption,   even,  has been"known to be help-  'ed along by catarrh.  If .your breath ,is bad,  you. had better sweeten it  up by getting, catarrh out  of your.system... You should  take something that will kill  the disease,germs," tone up  your' general health and  particularly "revitalize and  invigorate the 'mucous  membranes which catarrh  especially attacks. Don,t  fuss and fail with snuiTs and  sprays���get right straight  at-the disease-by using the  greatest ��� of tonics, tissue  builders and blood purifiers  (PRONOUNCED   5J-KEEN)  Solo by all drusrifist", 81 per bolfle.  SAMPLK  AND   BOOKLBT   FrtEH  ^.   ��ent with our coinpHmenU.  Address "Samplo Department O  Dr.T. A. Slocum; Limited  Oljicc* nnd Labor.i'orlcn:  179   KING   STREET  WEST,   TORONTO.  You never can tell what a day ">.>>'  bring forth, but jou may be pruH-.'  certain that the night will brlujr i'ottli  en ts.  Never look a gift mule in the lici'l".  For Coughs and G61dsf  ���/.- THE MOYIE  LEADER  MOYIE,   B.  C.  ^WESTERN, .CANADIAN   EDITORS I  !    a' Series of Articles Descrlb-      j  *       Ing their Lives, their Aims        *  and their  Influence*..  ' ' *  ..    42."  t  1  , t  ROBERT VASEY.  r  - A  t) a �� ��������*'  ........��..�����������"�� ��� '���  ..��.�����..��'.��.*��..�����.�� .*> >*-*.  ,x.'       ^r-i   ?J2r.f, ��ful    Zr A >'    , *���',/  r    ,  -  ' -  ���'Kit $ 'tAji'"-!'"- ST" ..jnirV ;���-  t   rt^A   Sv-J??!. irVji    -.Mr   ,'rr-T '. *lV ^, .*^,^v  ^f.   ....   -.r  & -*r-l��  fvy,VC  1 aii- t* v  ROBERT VA8EY.  Editor and  Proprietor Western h Pral-'  ," rlc,r Cypress  River; '- Man. ' ,t    ' '  r ' '  '-���       I , * '       .,'",'- ',' ' " l"   * r 1  The ..English have a" reputation for  ..thoroughness the wide, world    over.  When they build, It Is-'for alL  time:  Whatever, they essay,, or undertake is  -for ke'eps.'-I  -For- mere:'.temporary  R   work, designed to5 carry them , oyer  f. until    something i permanent can re-  place it, they have neither, use;. nor  sympathy,'.and,   .speaking -.generally,  they, utterly fail to. comprehend _,, .the  conditions' necessitating the, adoption  ot less permanent methods.--;,,Thls    Is  true in every'department-of  -British  -   activity,   from 'railroad   and,, house  ' building to'the'making of boots,'and  the same attention to <��� thoroughness  as a business principle "extends into  every trade";; and" . profession.--!''Their  ' lawyers and teachers are articled*, for  .double the period prevailing In'. Canada, and' their', artisans and craftsmen  . .are nearly all apprenticed for;seven  years. Hence,' when a man'-has been  through this.long period of".training  . he should be a competent workman,  and' when - they ->' remove * to ', Canada,  where- trade "and. business Ideals are  rougher-and readier, ;and" where, there  'is undoiiWdly too great '-at1 tendency  to take "short'"cuts"' tp, reach results,  their influence. Is. Inevitably - towards  a'more settled and '^stable 'business  ���policy, one'which-looks to the'future  quite as* much'as* to .the present;,, and  will not sacrifice, per'manence.tto' temporary .present advantage. ......Canadian  printer,-dom  certainly  derives benefit  .,from,rthe admixture-Into its*ranks of  a ,llberal leavening Vof-ithe*-- British  "trade ideals, and in Western .Canada;  where, there Is,'an    appreciable j'-'per?'.  ��� centage-. of .-'British.'- printers/-, their  comlngj, has .resulted*-, in^many^important T Improvements"!-*in   the 'general  ' quality of .the'work "produced. ���  , tA'type,of thelweii-tralned -British  printer now in the ranks <of Western  Journalism is found in Robert Vasey,  the new" proprietor,ot the -Western  Prairie, published lit Cypress River.  In all' the "mechanics ot the business  Mr. Vasey has had a most varied and  thorough training'in some of the best  printing establishments of tho old  country. He Is a north-countryman  hy birth, having been born at Darlington, the great iron and shipbuilding  town ln Durham," in February, 1S72,  bo that he'is now in his,thirty-fourth  year.' "When he was thirteen years ot  age he was apprenticed to George  Ibbotson, a well-known , commercial  printer- Five years later, lu 1SS7. he  went North to ' Newcastle-'oh-Tyiie,  where he remained another five years  with'Messrs. Manson, Swan and Mof  gan, one of the best printing establishments in the north country., His  next move was to "London, to the firm  of Alexander & Shepherd, one of the  biggest printers ot the world's metropolis. This firm publishes twelve  weekly .papers and several monthly  magazines, employing over 300 compositors and sixty machines. - Mr.  Vasey remained with the firm five  and, a-half years, being engaged in  general newspaper work' in all' its  branches. He removed from London  back to Darlington, where, for another five years���Mr. .Vasey's business  life seems to-run .in five-year cycles���  he was incharge of the-Book Department of Dresser & Sons. This brought  him lup to May, 1903. In that month  he, with his wife and little daughter.  eamo to Canada. For a year he worto-  ed with Molntyro Bros., ln .Winnipeg,  in order to adjust himself to his new  environment, when he was offered  the management of the Western  Prairie in April 1904 which he accepted, and has been a resident of Cypress River ever since.  The Western Prairie Is one of the  well-known local papers ln Manitoba.  It has borne the impress of more than  one mind of much more than average  ability. In the days'when Mr. Walpole Murdoch was its editor the natural history notes appearing therein  from week to weelc were copied Into  almost every paper of the West-  Mr. Vasey's thorough knowledge of the 'mechanical department  of the publishing business ensures  cleanness of typography and artistic  arrangement of display ads., which ls  an important' aspect of newspaper publication. His 'occupancy of the editorial chair has also ��� demonstrated his  good general grasp of public questions and his possession of a good  nose for news. Under his direction  the'Western Prairie promises to fully  maintain its past reputation, and to  reflect yet more fully the news and  views of the Cypress River district  ' Mr. Vasey takes a keen interest in  out-of-door sports. ' He is an enthusiastic football player/ and vice-presl,-  dent of the local football club. He is  a'close student of municipal politics,  and a' loyal upholder of all local inter-1  ests. Cypress River, may he assured  of proper publicity -while the paper  remains, In its present hands. "v  FRErteieD "NEATNESS.  ftortn Jiaim.  The pecan nut, physicians say, eon-  tains more oil than almost any variety.  As nourishing food it cannot be surpassed. As an Insomnia cure It may  be advocated. Often when wakeful  and hungry a few of these nuts seem  to have a soothing effect. AVbeu nibbled occasionally between meals these  nuts seem to have a decided fattening  tendency. ;  Ink   on 'Carpets.  Ordinary writing ink may be removed from carpet or colored stuffs as  follows: Soak up as much aa possible  with a,blotter, then apply milk with a  soft, clean rag, allowing the milk to  i oak thoroughly into the stain. It wilJ  draw out the ink most successfully. '  i ������������~-������~���-~-^���~-  Bpaniah Proverb*.  ' A Spanish proverb says that "he who  makes himself all sugar the files will  eat up," but another observes, "He  who makes himself all vinegar will  never, catch any flics."  GOOD   HEALTH.  .Kept  There's ' the- woman   whose   house  Is   so  tidy and piim,r   '   , ' .     "  Of dirt no suggestion or trace; ' '  You   feel   ciuite, Instinctively   sorry   for  '"him"��� t .     ���*  ��� The man who's attached to thc place.  You call unannounced: she at'once has a  fit, i "  Though, really it,K��ves her delight.*"  '.Had   I   known  you' wero  coming   we'd  v        tidied a bit,"  Sho says,,, "for the place lu a. fright."   .  " No sign 'of disorder that you can discern,  r   No rooms that are slighUy awry;  - It'gives her,, alio murmurs;  thor greatest  i   '   concern.        -_       '.,,.'(  ,   That'things ore'not flxedi apple pic.  However, she says. If ^-ou can , feel at  -- ' ease*   , *���    "���"���       '.[ ��� ,    ,,  r- 'And manage to'push past the'grime,  You'ro welcome,''-oh,������'very,*'bat' overlook,  ��� r, ���,   please,-* ���       '   *;���   ��� ' "     ' >r> - - *  ";>*Her wretched housekeeping this time; '  You glance-all raround, but you can't seo  r-        a sign      ,"   ,'��� '*      < *���,  Of what sho is talking about. .,     .   - <t  The, housa looks as fresh as a'picture and  ,        '"fine,.''   " *    '.,  'v 'WIth.all of, tho dirt put to routp  i Of'course ybUjassuie.her^ttt once to your  ���,  ', '' *��� mind ,       ',       ��� *     ' i     -  i".   Things look Very neat and all right.  "And sho In reply says,she's sure It is kind,  -Although she Inalsts'It's a fright. '  " -*.     ,>-<������   <   <   ���  'v  *   ,    fn  Say,t women'like that���don't they give you  '!' .   ."a jar    ',    " - , vs_      '.'<''      "'*"  n "And make you feel cross, as a bear  And-wlshf.you   ..ad  nerve  to  light up  a  '       I _- " .' r *  r< ��-     Cigar/    I'I ��      1    ,- ,      - '  ., And put your feet up on a chair?   ',  To imi3�� up tlio pillows that-stand thero  *   for, show-      j        ,' ^   i -  ��� And put'a crimp in the divan?   ' ', '  Of course you restrain your Impulses, "but.  ���   V'oh.  ��� \'V     " '**-���,  ��� * You'ro tickled that you'ro.not her,man.  "'    !I- :���; :'*"     -.i   *  ("   - ��� Even Ghosts-Run. -��� '  'A.zealous young.cui-ateVvent to stay  1 with" some" friends at a country house.  On "descending to breakfast 'the,,', first  morning "-he noticed.'that" his "hostess  inquired1 very,-particularly .how- he^had  "slept,'and seemed relieved when he said  lie.ha'd passed-ji very good nighty This_  vvas'-repeated"e^ery. day .during .his  visit" until^the lastYmorning, -when1-his  "hostess ,-said,* "Mr.; -.yyou^perhaps'  noticed4hqw."lv'e'ry,.*-rparticular> we -were  - ln--our Inquiries 'every.;morning, as"1 to  "hovv-yy(ouT' Had ' slept, but "the "..truth, r Is  ,that, the^rppn}^3-pu"^dcciipled~is\'satd to  'be* haunted* and we were anxious* to"  know,,If *you.;had seen the ghost." "The*  ghost;", repeated, the curate, thoughtfully, "oh.* yes, I do*remember the first  "night.I was here some follow came and  stood by my-bedside." "Oh!" said the  company with great Interest, "and what  did you'do?" "Oh,, I spoke to him."  "Spoke to him? "What did you say?"  "I said, 'Please will you give me a subscription for, my Sunday school?' He  Instantly disappeared, ana" 'i never saw  him, again."���-London  Tatler.  Beware  of   Ointments   for  Catarrh   That  Contain Mercury,  as mercury will surely destroy the sense  oi smelt- and completely derange the  whole system when entering it through  the mucous surfaces. Such articles  should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians, a��  the damages they will do Is tenfold to the  good you oan possibly derive from them.  Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by  f. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo. O..-contains  no mercury, and is taken internally,-acting directly upon the blood and 'mucous  ."Ui faces of the system. In buying-Hall's  Catarrh Cure be sure you get tho genu-  'Ine. It Is'taken Internally and made In  Toledo. Ohio, - by 1"*. J". Cheney & , Co.  Testimonials  free.  Sold by Druggists.    Price 75c. per bottle.  Taku Hall's Family Pills for constipation.     , . i .  When a man is short on cash he  generally has to be long on josh.  Thc man who earns tlie money very  seldom spends it        -  '  v>    When a youth busts a suspender try-  lug to be polite he should at least be  credited with good lutcntlous. .        ,  THE SUNLIGHT  WAY  L*   rinse   wgLL  as  Sunlight Soap is better than  other soaps, but is best when  used in the Sunlight way (follow  directions).  Hard rubbing and boiling are  things   of the past in  homes  where Sunlight.Soap is used .  directed.".'.  Sunlight Scnp will not 'injure  even the daintiest fabric orthe  hands, and the clothes will be-  perfectly white, woolens soft  and flurry.  The reason for this is because  Sunlight Soap is absolutely pure,  contains ho injurious chemicals  ���indeed; nothing but the active,  cleansing, dirt-removingproperv  ties of soap that is nothing but  soap.  Equally good with hard or  softjwater.  YOUR   MONEY   RtrUNDED  by tho dwder from.whom yon  buy Sunlight So��p if you find  ��ny oausefor oompUlnl. |     UI  ItVEK BROTMB8S UMlTCP. TORONTO  Kequires That the .Blood be  Rich and Pure. '''  The secret of. health���-the secret  of life Itself���Is good blood There-  'fore a medicine that makes new blood  and , supplies' ��� the 'necessary material  for Tapidly rebuilding wasted nerve  tissues, reaches the root of most of  the serious diseases-' For. this purpose there is no medicine can take  the place of Dr.. Williams'- Pink Pills'  'Thy actually make new rich, red  blood, and through this new? blood  cure such diseases as anaemia, neuralgia, - rheumatism, tho special all-  menls-of women, indigestion, ' heart  troubles, .st-' Vitus dance, locomotor  ataxia' and ' partial paralysis. . Tou  can, find evidence of the^- value of  these pills in .every part- of the country, among others Mr. D. W. Daley,  Crystal City, Man.,*says: "I"have  used Dr.'Williams' Pink" Pills with  (Wonderful success. '-My, blood was  very poor, I ^was weak and nervous,  suffered much.*"'- from '"heart,,, trouble  and was> scarcely fit for work-,- I  used nine boxes of the pills, and the  result Is I am again enjoying the-best  of health.' I, do not'think''there is  any medicine can equal ' Dr."'"Wil-  liains' Pink Pills, when' the*,system  run ���-down."-' , kj -"> ,-_', ��,' r '-  But ybu 'must get the 'genuine- pills  ���with the full,' *name, - Dr. Williams;  tink Pills for Pale People, printed on  the wrapper around each box. Ask  your, druggist for these pills,or get  them from th'e Dr.' Williams, Medicine  Co. at 50 cents- a box,.'or six boxe*  for, $2.50.   -���-"'���"    ,     '    ..,' Y  ' THE ARCHIVIST'S.REPORT.    .���  A'.Valuable  Additipnto  Ontario's** His-  "    ;  "'    torical   Records.       **",   V.  r. ,. , ,       ,  The second report L of the Provincial  Bureau,of Archives,.'prepared by, the  archivist. ,Mr. Alexander -Fraser, is just  out. It ls a publication of over 700  pages,'and comprises an important addition to the historical records of Ontario. Its'contents are thus described  in Mr. Fraser's,preface.to the report:  <> "Conforming to the' general plan of  publication set forth in last year's report, the documents herewith presented  ���come .within the period from 1763 to  1791, "dealing with ' the^beginnings * cf  British settlement in Ontario, 'ofj-which  .the^'Unlted Empire Loyalists were" the  pioneers/, *" ',    , ' ' *   -      "'-     <  ,  ��� '-'".The claims advanced by'the Loyalists on .account of,services in connec-,  tiori.with and arislhgfrom the Reyolu-  ...tlonary ',war ,vverc,.Investigated, by spe;  clal -commissioners appointed, by .. the  British Parliament, two of whom, viz.:  .Col. Thomas Dundas, and Mr. Jeremy  Pemberton, were- sent to, Canada, to  meet claimants , personally* and., obtain  'evidence on the spot. ' The evidence  thus secured contained ln a number of  MS. volumes, tound~lts way. as is fully  explained later on, to Washington,  where It now Is, in the Archives of the  "United Stares.. The original papers  have been, literally copied and form  the subject matter of this report.  "The . spelling, abbreviations, and  phraseology of the MS. as Is customary  in such cases, have been'followed without deviation, and the private marginal notes of the commissioners reproduced, thus preserving the character  of the original as much as it is possible to do so ln type."  The onlv way to beat the game Is to  extract a dollar's worth of pleasure  out of a fifty cent ticket  Not Afraid of Work.'  "My liusband  is  very  fond  of . pro-  digested breakfast food.",  "Thank goodness my husband is not  as lazy as that." *���  No Charity Customer.  He went to the place as a* stranger and  i       said  He was one of the upper crust.  Society took him on faith all right.  But   tho  grocer  wouldn't take  him   on  j      trust.    *-        INDIAN   NAMES.  Te say they all have passed away.  That  noble race and  brave;  That their light canoes have vanished  From  off the crested  wave:  That mid tho forests where they roamed  There  rings no hunter's shout���  But their name is on your waters.  Ye may not wash it out.  'TIs  where   Ontario's  billow  Llko ocean's  surf  Is  curled;  Where strong Niagara's thunders wake  The echo of the world;  Where  red   Missouri   brlngeth  Rich  tribute from the west  And Rappahannock sweetly sleeps  On green Virginia's breast.  Te say their conelike cabins,,  That   clustered  o'er   the  vale.  Have   disappeared   as   withered  leave.'  Before  the autumn's gale.  But their memory liveth on your hills,  .Their, baptism on your shore;  Tour everlasting rivers speak  Their dialect of yore.  Old  Massachusetts  wears  It   ���.  Within  her  lordly  crown,  ,And broad Ohio bears It  Amid her young renown;'  Connecticut has wreathed.lt/  Where her quiet'.foliage .waves,  And bold Kentucky breathes it hoarso  Through all her ancient caves.  '" '     . .  '"   ���     " '        . .'   ' . I: '" -  Wachusett  hides  its   lingering voica  ,  Within Its rocky heart, -   ;  And Alleghany  graves  its tone.i  Throughout his lofty chart;  Monadnock. on his forehead hoar  Doth   seal  the  sacred  trust.  Your mountains build their monuments,  Though ye dstroy  their dust.  '���������'"'���Mrs. L. H. Sigourney., ���  ���W   INI   <J  No    ��569  MHK  HelpJHelp!  I'm Falling  Thus cried the hair. And a  kind neighbor came to the rescue with a bottle of Ayer's  Hair Vigor. The hair was  saved I In gratitude, it grew  long and heavy, and with all  the deep, rich color of early  life. Sold in all parts of the  world for sixty years.  ** About one year ��ko I loit nearly all of raj  b��lr folIowlUE an attack of raeafjos. I iraa  advised by a friend to u��e Ajit'i Hair Vigor.,  I did ao. and aa a reanlt I norr hare abeautiful  head of hair "~ Mas. W. J. BBOYfX, Meuoia-  onee Fall*, Wit.  A  Maria br J. O. J.yr Co., IrOweU. Vaaw.  ���lao xaaaufaoturexe of  9      SA8SAPAIBUJI,  O J*Q    PILLS.     '  "��> I  n��>    CHEWY PBCTOBAL.  "What Is Truth ? ,  Perhaps truth crushed to earth will  rise again. (The fisherman who is au  expert in tills direction might be iu-  terviewed to see how he feels about it.  Truth lu his hands is frequently  crushed to earth, aceordlng<to a vop\i-_  Jar belief, and when' it,rises again the  fish Is. generally abput three Ineht-s  longer.   , ���    , .        '  Kef ore' crushing truth as an experiment it would be well to know what  truth ls.^ Science is supposed to have.  It locked in. a safe, dud yet every, few  days a new scientist comes along and,'  ^looking, at what lias been called truth,  says, "Oh, bosh!" and proceeds-to put  a'crimp in it. ' ��� , ' -  c Tills' is a world of change', and, not  to.be behind tlie "times, truth"changes  also. ''We are perhaps a]it to point to  the. science of  mathematics   and  say  .Iriuiripbantly. ''There *is' truth!" but  how 'do we know we may not get into  'communication , with some -planet in  which'"two aud two'make five *and a  half?'"     - .   ,    ���*"       '   ���*   "   .  .1 .. t      . ��� ������-���-. '  Minard's   Liniment   Cures. Dlptherla  ���, Th'e Sawyer Massey/Co., Hamilton,  have''acquired property in Saskatoon,  Sask., aud will'erect a distributing  warehouse' thereon.   ,        .     * ' \  ji -' .  '         '     '  A Cure for'Fever and' Ague.���Far-  melea's Vegetable .,,Pills -are compounded-'for use in any climate, and  they "will,, be founds-to preserve their  powers,in any latitude.. In fever and  ague they act , upon the secretions  and neutralize the poison which has  found its way Into the blood., They  correct' the impurities which find entrance into the system.through drinking water'or food and If used as a  preventive fevers are avoided:   ,yy  j      ���. ��� ���    '       '  ��� ���  The Edmonton,, Alta-, Pressed Brick  Company will install a dry press machine, thereby 'adding ,20,000 per day  to" its'"capacityv.       4i       KA ,       -'   \  -'i 0      ' ���' I   ,- Ir  Minard's''Li'nlrrient' Cures' Distemper  ' Ten zebras, captured some time.ago  in ^Portuguese East Africa by. a Boer  hunter,' "have," been successfully 'domesticated, "andJ 'recently .werei- in-  spanned to a,buck-wagon"and',driven  to Pietersburg/.In the northern Transvaal- " .    **��� *��� ' *        ' '       r a *, '' ���"���     - '  -<It Reaches the Spot.���There axe  few remedies before the pub.ic to-day  as efficacious in removing- pain , and  in allaying,and preventing pulmonary,  disorders as.Dr. Thomas' Eclectric  Oil. It*has demonstrated its powers  In thousands of Instances and s large  number of. testimonials as to * its  great, value as a medicine could be  got' were there occasion for it- It is  tor sale everywhere-  I  CHUICUt.  "Did that lady make a complaint  against that sneak thief for stealing  her Jewelry''" '    ,  "No. She said she'd rather lose it  than explain what she was doing when  he entered. She was gossiping over  the back fence at the time,"  "Well?"  "She was afraid she'd have to repeat  the gossip o in court." ��� Detroit Free  Press. <  In (he Mldat of It.  "Yes.y said the young writer, "I've  got pretty ' deep into my new novel  now." . ,  "Ah," remarked the friend, "the plot's  thickening, eh?"  "Yea, perhaps that's It; at any rate  I'm stuck." ��� Catholic Standard and  Times. , -,  The  Beat Ai-tlnt.  "Dobber is a fine artist, isn't he?"  "Yes, but he is not as good as Smeer."  "1 have been told that Dobber draws  the finest pen and ink sketches of anybody In the city."       '    j  ��� '   ,  "Yes,'but Smeer is fine at drawing  customers."���Dallas News.  Pale, sickly children 'Should use  Mother Graves' Worm Bxtermiriator,  Worms an* one of the principal causes of suffering in children and should  be "expe'lp*"'   trnm ih"-*  sv-sOin.  A man'should be' careful about let-  ting"a phonograph fall. He m'ght  break the record.  '���  Some of the. people whom we lirst  endure nothing could induce us to next  pity and then embrace' them.  Perhaps    the    explanation    of    the  . boarding house spring chicken,Is thai  it has been "horn agalu., '    r  Husbands, are apt^to have Inetpen-  -slvo tastes In regard to tbeir wives'  .garnicuts'", i . '  ,v One reason"why a widow makes,a  hit Is that she'does not expect- perfection in man. . ������'," *  , Walking is fine exercise. That may  explain why actors so frequently live  to an'old age.      " ,  Collecting snake venom, which is  worth ?5 a grain, Is being developed  as  a new industry In Australia.  Minard's Liniment Oo-, Limited.  Sirs,���I have- used your M1NARD S  LINIMENT for the past 25 years and  whilst I have-occasionally used other  liniments, I can safely say that I have  never used any equal to yours.'  If-rubbed between tbe hands and  Inhaled frequently, It will never fall  to cure cold In the head In twenty-  four hours.      ���  It is    also   the   Best   for   bruise*,-  sprains,  etc.     .       Yours truly  Dartmoutk. J. O. LBSLTS.  The Edmonton Lumber Co-, Ltd.,  will erect a large saw;, mill at Strath-  cona. This ,new company have a  paid up capital of $60,000-  Comic*   nnd   KnBland.  It Is an almost forgotten fact that  for a period of a little more than two  years during the Napoleonic wars Cor-  ilca was a British possession. After  tlie evacuation ot Toulon the British  government felt It necessary to take  the Island, and Lord Hood, with Nelson as brigadier, was sent to drive out  the French. With tlie capture ot Calvl,  July 12, 1794, where Nelson lost his  eye, tlie island fell into British hands,  and George 111. formally accepted the  crown of Corsica, appointing Sir  George Elliot as British viceroy and  allowing the Corsicans to retain their  legislative assembly. In 1790 the activity of the French navy in other  parts of tho Mediterranean resulted in  a sudden decision of the British government to withdravv fronV.the island.  The evacuation was completed'ou Oct.  ,2G of that.year- aud Corsica reverted, to  .France.;.".;. :. .-'   .".���'.. :'. -. ������  Dear Mother        I  Your little ones are a constant care in  Fall and Winter weather. They will  ���.-..- catch cold. Do you know about Shiloh's  Consumption Cure, the Lung Tonic, and  what it has done ior so many ? it is said  to be the only reliable remedy for all  diseases of the air passages in children.  ltis absolutely harmless and pleasant to  take. It is guaranteed to cure or your money  is returned. The price is 25c. per bottle,  and all dealers in medicine >e!l        .      31.4  wSHILOH  Thia remedy should be in every household,  "The National Trust Co" have purchased, central property at Saskatoon,  Sask-, 75x140 feet,--and will erect, a  large block thereon.     >        , ��  ,  '      .    *?  * Nearly all infants 'are^ more or -less  subject to diarrhoea -and '.such.'00m  .plaints while teething and' as this  period .of their lives is the most critical mothers "should'.not be without a  bottle of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial.,, This medicine r is , a  specific for 'such complaints and Is  highly spoken, of by .those who have  .used it. The proprietors claim It will  cure anyccase of cbolera or summer  complaint       '���       ,     , A  1  ' 1'  ���A British, warship which has had a  long career will be retired next year.  Shev was laid ,down at the ' Chatham  dockyard ln 1802 and was launched later as a ,three-decker, 'carrying ninety-  eight guns.'.She was "one, of'the North  Sea fleet which, under Admiral Young,  watched Napoleon's vessels. v At' the'  great Splthead review she was the flagship of ^the .admiral .of 'the fleet, tlie.  Duke of'Clarence (afterward William  rV.).1' As the flagship of Bear Admiral  Milne she took part1 in' the bombardment ' of Algiers. She ��� was afterward  placed ln' reserve" and her last-foreign  commission .was in the Mediterranean  from 1841  to 1843.  "        An Anecdote of Dumas.  Dumas pere. who was' proud of the  prices he received for' his work, was  once" boasting of the fact.  "Beyond a,doubt," he remarked, "I  am the best paid of living men of letters.   I   receive   thirty   sous   a   line."  "Indeed, monsieur?" said a hystand-  er', "I have never worked for less than  ��5,000 a line. What do you think of  that?" '  <  "For what do you receive such rates  per lino?"  "For constructing railways," �����*��  thie answer.  Just'the Thing That's Wanted.���A  pill that acts upon tne stomach and  yet is so compounded- that certain  Ingredients of it preserve their power  to "act upon the intestinal canals, so  as to clear them of excreta the retention of which oannot but ba hurtful,' was long looked for by the medical profession. It was found in Parmelee's Vegetable Pills, 'which are  the result of much expert study, aud  are scientifically prepared as a laxative and an alterative ln one. .  Physic Habit  The Result of Using Salts. Castor Oil. Etc.,  Instead   of  Thoroughly  Curing  Constipation   By  DR. GHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS.  "Oh, a dose of salts will fix me  up all right," you say, when the bowels become constipated and the .liver  and kidneys  sluggish  and  congested.  And the temporary relief you obtain in this way deceives you for a  time,r but ypu are soon. in distress  again, and must increase the dose  and' resort more frequently to ' tha  use of this weakening and debilitating treatment/  Constication and Intestinal indigestion cannot possibly be cured until  the liver is made active in its.work  of filtering bile from the blood and  pouring it into the intestines, where  it acts as a natural cathartic, hastening the process of digestion, and the  removal of' waste matter from, the  body. " ' ,   '  Dr. , Chase's Kidney-Liver , Pills  have a direct and specific action on  the Uver. They not only ' afford  prompt relief, but positively strengthen .and invigorate the kidneys, liver'  and bowels. Instead of encouraging  tha physic habit, they thoroughly  cure constipation, liver complaint  biliousness and. kidney dlsea&e.   ,  If you would like   to   egaln   your  old-time vigor, and feel, strong and  well again, use Dr. Chase's Kldney-  Llver Pills- The backaches and body  pains will disappear, your appetite  and digestion will be' good,'you will  escape sickness and disease because  the filtering and excretary organs  will keep the body cleansed from  poisonous waste matter.  Mr. Jas. H. Harvey, baker, , C41  George   St,   Peterboro,   Ont.,   writes:  "I   was   troubled  very   much   with  constipation   and   palna   in the  back.,,  At times the pains were sharp like a  stab with a   knife'  and   'caused   me  great  suffering.  ���T had heard of many being cured  by using Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver  Pills and decided to try them. 1 am  pleasr-"*! to,say that they 'soon helped  me, and I used them rignt along until  .cured. I never have pains 'in my  back now and only occasionally take  a pill in order to keep' my bowels  regular." '       . ,  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dose, 25 cents a box, at all  dealers, or Edmanson, Bates & Co.,  Toronto- Dr.' Chase's Backache Plaster drives out all pains 'and ache's.  A   LABEL  r      ^^ ,  .    ,    '  I��� ikr.��9   This  Attaohed to any  Garment Is a'  Guarantoe   of  GOOD   MATERIAL   a'-  ,- GOOD WORKMANSHIP  , and Good Wearing Qualities  When Buying OVERALLS, <  PANTS' VESTS, SMOOKS,  or   WORKINOMEN'S   SHIRTS  c       Saa'thut eaoh artlolo bears a -  ', , label tike above v  -'. ������~~���       ,,. j  Insist on, Getting .  "King of the Road" Brand  And Take no Other -,,  EVERYGARMENTGUARANTEEn  U  .STR��roRD>:CArttDft">:-  ,. Lizry  and   Lizard. ,  According to a London journal there  Is no limit to the experience of the  eavesdropper, especially when what he  hears does not refer to himself. It  vvas in the Casino���one of the innumerable casinos that punctuate tlie  French coast���and the speaker was, of  course, English. "Lizzie looks so much  better for her bath," she remarked  blandly. "She has turned green and  was *o grey when she" went into the  sea." Horror-struck listeners turned to  gaze at Lizzie. It is true that not so  very long ago a certain French poet was  summoned for leading a pet lobster  about Paris by a string���but it required a mad English woman to travel with  a lame lizard.  Sunlight Soap is better than other  soaps, but Is best when used in the  Sunlight way. Buy Sunlight Soap  jid follow directions.  THE HOME DOCTOR.  You can often help a nervous headache by combing the hair geutly.  ���' If there are dark circles around the  eyes it means ill health and should be  immediately looked after.  . Flaxseed tea with plenty of lemon  Juice and loaf sugar is very, soothing  to sore lungs and'will often cure "a  hard cough.  For.tender eyes make an infusion, of  a handful of cornflowers in a pint of  hot water. Let it stand au hour. Strain,  and use "either tepid or cold.  When binding up cuts and wounds  always use fine linen,'not cotton, ns the  fibers of cotton are fiat and apt to irritate a sore place, while those of linen  are perfectly rounded. .     ���   ���  Cloths wet with alcohol and water or  laudanum and Water and laid on a hot  water bottle -will relieve neuralgia  when the painful part Is.steamed over  the bottle covered with the cloth.  Value  Mooney's Perf^ftion .Cre&rri  Sodas are crisp squares  of wholesome nourishment.  They . are the - food that  builds strength and muscle.  They are as easily digested  by the child and invalid  as by the sturdy workman.  They contain ALL the food  properties of finest -Canadian wheat flour, in a form  that delights the appetite.  Always fresh and crisp in  the moisture-proof packages.  At all grocers in their  hygienic packages.  WHY PAY MORE ?  WHEN  GOLD STANDARD  , /'"   ';TEA:    ^   :*  Ib Sold at 35, 40 & 50c per  |t        pound arid it is   .,  'GUARANTEED THE BEST'  ���.. -��� -, p '   "  1 lb and half lb Lead Packets.   3 lb and 5 "tb Tins.  ATALLGRQCERS.;  Every- drink ' of liquor taken, forces  the heart beyond the natural' beat, >  It - also causes kidney and, liver  troubles. Nerve exhaustion is one  of the ailments brought on by even  n.oderate drinking. Stop at once the  use of liquor. \* If it inconveniences  vou to do this it is proof positive  that you have the disease of inebriety and need, medical help. Then  seek for the best aid- The Keeley  Cure has restored half a million  people back to health, prosperity  and happiness- Write today for evidence, and we will prove our claims.  ���Vddre'ss In confidence,  THE KEELEY INSTITUTE  133  Osborne St.,  Winnipeg.  iHE  FASTNET LIGHT.  Visitors  Have to  Be Swung  Ashore by  Means of a Jib.  The first glimpse of Great Britain  that the Canadian tourist gets on hia  "European tour is that of the Fastnoi  lighthouse.  It stands on a rugged and solitary  rock, situated nine miles south ol J  Crookhaven, at the extreme southvvosl  corner of Ireland, and is perhaps more,  storm-beaten than any other around  our coast. The rock Is eighty feet In  height, and tho lighthouse towers another seventy feet above, yet in winter gales the Atlantic billows literally  bombard "the massive structure and  have even smashed in a portion of the  lantern at tho summit of the erection,  J-he -seas frequently sweeping over th��  rick   with   tremendous   force. Sonu-  dozen or so years ,igo the stormy weather then prevailing prevented all com-  munic.ition with the lock for many  weeks, 5.0 that thc store of food was  consumed, with tho exception of some  flour At In^t a schooner managed to  approach sullicieiulv" near to enable a  small quantity of find to be dragged  through the sea by tho hungry men,  and fortunately the nevt day tho sea  moderated, and the stores were once  more fully replenished.  rXecpt in veiy calm weather th��  Fastnet is ."surrounded by a fringe, ol  foam, and the only means of landing  is by the aid of a "jib" fifty-eight feel  'in-length,-''so ���placed", on. the rock thai  in moderate weather its end .reaches  outside the surf. When a visitor wishes  to la,nd (an unusual' occurrence) he is  rowed in a small boat as near, as the  waves ������ permit, and the light, keepers  throw out a small buoy attached to a  rope, which is secured by the man In  the boat. The jib is .then swung out,  and tlie visitor, placing one foot in the  loop and catching a tight hold of the  rope. is.hoisted about forty feet vertically, and then the jib, being pivoted  at its foot, swings him horizontally  about 100 feet on to a safe landing-  London Telegraph.   No matter how 'badly it may need  exercise water will not run up hill.  Being wheedled into .turninj*; the  grindstoue is what a boy calls sharp  practice.  It's So Easy.  I often think ns I waste an hour   >  In pi-ofltles>s debating ,  "\Vhen woik that needs to be performed  Is at the office waiting  And I at things that are worth while -  liy strength should be applying,  "What a brilliant fool a" man can be.  And that without half trying. ,  , The energy ,that goes for naught.  The strength that's misdirected, ,  "Would make us rich if it were just   -  With some good scheme connected.  But, no, wo thiow it in the air.  To chaff its force applying.  Oh, what a fool a man can be.  And that without half trj Ing!  A girl who cares as much for him '  As though he were a poodle  Can make him stand upon his head  And whistle "Yankee Doodle:"  Can twist him lightly round her thumb  And keep his money tljmg.  Oh, what a fool a man can be.  And that without hale trying!  A gold brick artist comes alons  With somo scheme antiquated  And throws a hook to catch his pursa  With buncombe only baited;  When he, though only sK days old.  Should know the man was lylnff.  Oh, what a fool a man can be.  And that without halC tiyingl  MeJKes Food  More No-urisliin.gr  Wo do not claim that Armour'i  Extra<2 of Beef is a food. It is a tonic  fox die appetite���n ��ootniag and grateful to the ftomach���helps one to get aa  the niaurishmeni out of the food���insure*  qirick. sound digeSioa.   ���  Start rtmn-r with a clear bouillon or  savory soup with Armour's Extnft of  Beef added to give the true beef flav-or  ���and  see how easuy tha  darner n  :*" L  m  '���     'ef I  ... I  -, 'J-.,'  '       rt=fl  .   <,Hl  ���  w  , 1.1  is]  *-  ft  r li  I  I '#  VI  ��� m  '��� "v'il  MS"}   f  -    't ti I  U.   ?r  -     J f.  '*'"-$ I  -'=r  1  ���  ,  31  r>  -   if,:  ,}-��  7- n  '���������t I  "ii I  if,'  (.' I ' "'  11 MOM LEADER.  1* ibliphnd in tbe interest of thp people  :      'of Jloyif and East Kootenay.  I?. .T. SMYTH * CO.,  r>ul>llalier��..  BATKh Of 8UBSCB1J-TIOK. (  ��Je Ye��r.....V - *2-����  SATURDAY, FEB.   3, 1906.  Mhiv lion- Moyie'i" not'a misnomer.  .-.      " "   _! --��. -     V-    '  Moyif will soon have the only   0ub-  ii.ariiie mine in the Kootenays.  '   i    .''  ��� ���.       '      .   .   ,  When a man is loaded you always  "know it, but it's different with  a   gun.  ' r  . *>��� ��  ' It ie a eign a  rick   man   is   getting  he:tterwben he begins "to ' worxy about  , ��� , r J".      . t �����  .,      ��,�� . ��� i ^    .. * -*  ���  '   5iiu doctor bill..  .-' i.  .*���: ���-.* "���! ������:   Mrs. ChMiWidt"JB now making  bullon-holee, instead of csaking k��le8  in bank reserves.-  c- (      .2,        .��--   Golden Star:���Th'e rich man baa' his  i iii'u'g(at' the barber shop and tbo poor  "*   'man takes his there.,'    * ���  DON'T FORGET THE  Eagles' Masquerade Ball  WED. FEB. 14th, 190.6.  $50 GaldinPnses-$50  SOAP  $2.00  >"*���      ���      ?~Z  .Teacher���Tommy,    what   ( is*    the  ' "'-quiuu of the largest knowr^ diamond?  ' *r6mtny���The ace.���Cleveland Leader.  :"- This'is' the snowslide'season in   the  " Slocan aud several  mines  have  been  ,'   closed down"until the danger period ��  ' '   Tpaaoed.       '��� , ���'        ���  Of what use are friends?   In" pros-  erity a man has''no  a   aaveriity thsy " hi  "him.���Atchison Globe  l Tie'rity a man has "no  use  for  them;  ..,5n�� aaveriity thsy' have  no  use  for  ���I -,*H  SiV     '     .   i  $&;<>  ir^-.'Sf'1  W**r*jV^O "I  '       #.      '  ���*--'' vltv   ���-��� *t  15^     '      '   '  \' "And David had five kings before  him',"read,the pastor. ��� "GoshI"-exclaimed thi*' man'in the rear pew.  '"I'm glad David wasn't in the game  last night,'*���New York World.   ������    '*   .  John McCall, late president ot the  ', "New York Life 'Insurance, Co., haB  "sold his beautiful , home that cost  $500,000, for ,'half'that figure. His  irierids say ,that he ia poor. How  have tlie mighty fallen)" ',  "'1' ,We see   by the Nelson Nevs 'that  .there "are 28 pupils ienrolle.1 "in the  principal's room in the. Nelson "public  - ijchobL   There is exactly'the same en-  rollmeritin"the   principal's   room,in  ' -Moyie.'   The principal'ot tha'Nelson  ' . school gets'a"salary ol $125 a'month. '  Clinrch Seryloea.  Presbyterian���In the Oddfellows  Hall. Suurtay Sctiool at 3 p. m.,. Evening " service   at 7:30.  Everyone 'welcome. '���  ,  ��� ��� ..:,    G. H. FINLAY, Pastor.  Methodist���--Sunday School at 3 p  m., Evening service at 7:30 o'clocK.  Everyone welcome.  D. M.TERLEY, B. A., Pastor.  . r 1.  NOTICE.  To John J.,' Ticrney, formerly of  Moyio, mucfier:  Take notice that Frank J. McMahon  has entered suit against you in the  Small Debts Court holden. at Moyie  before me, James F. Armstrong^ Stipendiary Magistrate, for the sum of $19  due by you'-for'board, and that if you  do not appear at the sittings of ,tlie  said court to'be holden at -Moyie on  the 30th day of January," 1906,' judgment will be rendered in your absence.  Dated" at "Movie,the 26th  day, of  December, 1905.   J: F. Armstrong,  V   _    , -.    Stipendiary Magistrate.  ',   i For Sale.      --- ,'  The place kndwn as. thd ,Dill   milk  ranch/320 acres, good barn and house,  Apply to       -, ������ (    ' ���    - ���������  ~ " J. E. Crowe, Moyie, B. C.,,  n '  ,   Crown Perfumed ��� Taylors Best  ' Oatmeal        The Best for the sMn.  .'    Witch Hazel   . The extra fine Met  mm. Miseptic        Carbolic  s i '  "  by the best makers:        ���, Biniodide  - T - * i  �� lr  of mercury-'  ', "-I'MMosrPowerfBloUatiseBUc.soap  WiTosive-s#iMB tor 8iieitiil6t.n%'  The Movie  Drug and Stationery  Store.  IO.O.F.  vfiidor s.o*e�� >'<������ **���  MeetSVvery Tuesday evening in tbeir  hall on ' Victoria street. Sojournmg  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  P.G.ROUTH-, F.J-8HYTH.  Noble Grand. ' Secr ?���  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 7! AV. F. of M.  Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday evening. Sojourning members  ��re cordially invited tp attend.  WK.' Z. FlSLTHAM,'   '    THOS. E. KKLLY,  -    President. "   'Secretary  SALE  i . '  MOYIE.AEK.TiE N.a 855  Meets on the  firet and third   ^ae8-  ' day of each month   at 3J*.a.  E.a:HILL, 'I-H HiWJEf;  c Worthy Pres.    ,       Worthy pocry.  Having   decided to close put my^biisiness in  Moyie, I am offering my wHole stock of  Clothing, Ropls, Shoes, Underwear, Tap Sliirts, Swea|-  ers, Hose  "' ' '        " e  and every tUing to-be found in a first'classGeiit��  rurjiisliing Stor^e  Oolleotionsi.   'J       ",,.'.;.  .j !    . ,i ' '  Farrell & Smyth, Moyie.,  IFTOTJHACT A  .   LOT TO SELL, ,  ��� !&: HOPSE TO E-E-NT.^i^:^:^  MINiNG STOCK TO  SELL  j     i �����     .      -_      .'(        V  -. Or if you wish to invest -  - in any of theao ccnsult     .  FARRELL VSMY.THV  Mffii  T    Comfortable;  Rooms  and  Bist of  fable Board.!   ���  J. A. GOUPILL,,Fropr  o- ' < I '  I lady Barber Shop  MISS LINDELL, PrsprietrePB.  Harvey " &  :McCarter,  * -' i  BarrMtera.'Solicitort, Notariou, Etc.  '  ,"   **" ��� .   '  Cranbrook,   -   -J B. C.  II iiiMILJJI.I���   II       " ' M  ni  w. r: gitri?,,      ��� ;:;  BJLBBISTKK, SOIICITOB, KTO.    '  .. * " ' " '' *  " '  , . '  CRANBROOK. ,       ' B. C  ti,        A  First Class   Work.    Bath    Booms in  'y     "  *"    Ccnoection. '      ' '   '  TICTOKIA 8X. ��� MOTIK*  I BURN?& CO  WHOJJS6ALB AHIJ BKTAIL.  ,        -  MEAT^  : MERCHANTS  >    C.H. DUNBAR  :  BarriBter, Solicifor, Notar-y 'Public, Etc  '   ^Cranbrook, B: ,6.     ���*  the Sale Is ^ow On,  / .  , Come; in and exam|.n^ goods and see  p*rice��r Itwillpayyou. ^  DR. E.rB. MILES,   u  ' , .. 233BI��rTXiB?T-  'V, ���  t    ���',  .      - "i        *  Cranbrook,    ,       rB," O.  X . ^        , 4.    r. ( ^  A >��� i  r.-*. ������,- ���'���'������  i?i. wm  tx- .'  Mr. Dooley in  Collier's Weekly:���  Why, i7 Canada iver wants to increase  her popylation, all she has to do is _to  Bind a man in a balloon over  to    the  "*JJnited"St'atei*' to: yell' ."Stop   fhief!"  At the soundaof the  wurruda  Bivinty  million men women and "little ocoun-  dhrelly ch'ildher wud "skedaddle f'r  tb*  frontier'   an have' JerOme, Fo'k  and  Bob LaFollette to pulldown th' blinds,  close th'dure,  an'  hanfe" out  a  sign,  tJnided States to rent."  ��aiii��'-# ^Barljer,   Shop.  s   '. "Opposite HoTEif. .Kootenay.     ,  Sharp "Razors/Clean Towels and Good  -" -   "      "-Workmanship."  Walter B. Lalmg,' "Proprietor.  *  -.-  NELSON,  I* i     o-    m  B. C  <- ' Ffesh and Cured Meats, Fresh  - - Fish, Game and -"Poultry. , We  ,    supply  only  the' best.'   Your  o i - l    , {  ,   trade solicited.*        ��� t        ".,.*'  ��� ' ',       - d    "       "  t -     ' ���      MARKETS    ; .    t>^     -  In allt the Principal  Cities, and fl Towns, in  -   Britishr! Columbia  -'  ��� ^M0yiE^B,;'-C*:';: ;  George H. Thompson,  ,,'    -'* V Bakristkk, Soucitor, No-  / "   i   -.'' tary Public, <fec. - ,t '     >,  r -J   I ��� '  CRANBROOK. ,l   Britism Columbia.  I^��������^������-S���^�����������#^^^^'*?:^^99^r?W^'  Xr. ��� ��� _i--'-���- -sr* wwiii    '~     r~- ' Tf-^ar '^^ I'll 1 tl '1 "ST ��  P. F.*J0H'JiSi0#  '.���n        ���,"tr"*L '  BUY YOUB,   '   -rv "   .  v. , V  Gig-ars,y g, ^  Totaoops.  'r.      j".   JJ V  '       ��-  I This HoteilsNew^and well* Eurnished'  The .  I '    Tables are Supplied with; the; Best the  $ "���   ^Marset affords. ��� The .Bar cis Eilled .with  * y    the Best BrandB of Liquors and. Cigars,  HEADQUARTERS'FOR rCOMMKRCIAL; .  -���"-   ������' *'AND'MINXNO'MEK   \.r    V'     ''  rt"    '    " ���'*-<���      --'    *'--���'���    BKITISH COLUMBIA  'JriO'iHlHMffl^loigaM,       Toba.-con,  'confectionery,  ���<   V^ A?    "      ' !ir ��,'Fruits','E'c  ���THE���  ���bAlnl' Hfll.l.|  1 EJK8A.DLNIKB BROS,   Frop��. j  Large sample room in connection  with houas for commercial men. ' Best  of accommodations.'  NEEDED  Annuallv, to fill the new positions ore  tfT ated by Railroad and Telegraph com  If*   paniei,.   We- want,Young   Men and  Ladies of good habits, to ���  LEARN TELEGRAPHS  >'���-.  v   \i  ���   MOTIK      '-    ���.'"���   ���c* '   r*    "r*--���? ���J'1-   .,,  ' ^Vf^'i^A,'--- ��*   -   i  ���S? ft.  FARRELL-BLOCK-,  Victoria St..  v- >��� !��� 'i ��� -~'L  ���"-.--��� |-?T- .1.1  Headquarters  for   Commercial and Mining Men.  QUEENS   AVENUE, MOYIK,  B. O.  : AND k' B.'ACCOUNTING  Wm. Jewell;  "  .'.    Yt   ,;.. FROM.  A. k Sievl-art &:Co.  ��� . . '-       ' .    , -  -   ' Agent   for   Crown'  Kest  . Steam Laundry.' 4  ossland'siJOb  ��� NINTII-  Winter  garnival.  WORK  �����^ *      ���������  February 7, 8, 9, 10  HOCKEY TOURNAMENT for the  Cb'ampionsb'ip of British Columbia,  ind Goid Medala.'   ���  SKI BA.CING AND JUMPING for  ths Championship of'Cahiida, and  Gold and Silver Medals and Silver  Cup.  ' 8N0WSH0E, TOBOGGAN AND  SKATING RACES for. Championship Medals,  Opening with n Grand Sk.*ting M��s-  < querade. in' "Roaoland's commo  diousnnk, tbe largest sheet of ice  in British Columbia.*' Albertu,  Saskatchewan or Manitoba, followed by an-.enjoyable* Smoking  Concert under the auBpicea of the  Bo8��land Aerie of E.igles."  REDDOED RATES ON  1 ALL RAILWAYS,  BricesJGi-iyeii.  an4   Orders  Taken on  Everything  in the Printing  Line at the l   ���  We fdrn'ish 75 percent, of tbe Op'-  ratOM'and Station AgenU in America.  Our six schools are the largfft exclusive Telegraph Schools is thk woicijj  Established 20 years ��nd furtorned by  a.11 leading Kailway officials.  We execute a  $250  Bond to everv  atudent to furnish him   or  her a pom-  - tion paying  from ^40 to ?fi0 a month  - ' n states Jet of the Rocky Mounum.,  or from $75 to ?100 a month in state*  west of   the Rocky M^untoins, immk-  DIATELY UPON GRADUATION.  Students can enter at any time. E��o  vasations. For full PariicuUr�� re^ar.-  ing any of our acbools write direct to  our executive office at" Cincinnati. O.  Catalogue tree.  The Morse 'School of Telegraphy  Cincinnati, Onto. BntT.lo, N. *i;.  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  '     NELSON, B- C.  hoarding and Dny School conducted by tbe Sisters of St. Joseph, Neleon  B C Commercial and buamena  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift progresB characterize each department, rarents should write for  pnrticulara. One month aKiUrcs the  public of tbe thoroughness of the  Sisters' methods of teaching. Term*  commv-nce January, April and Sept.  Pupils are admitted during term.  Express and Gener-.  al Delivery: Business. ' Livery  and  ���_ **  Feed Stable.  Leave Orderti at  . Gwynne'a fjtare. *"  MOYIE ' British Columbia.  W..D. JOHNSON,  ,        SJoye fixer and  , Repairer." " ��� '  y,   v   * *." - "��� .  Apply at "Leader" office.  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO   TO  G.A.F00TE  MERCHANT   TAILOR  And Gints' FuRNieHE**;. _  -*      Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trousers,  Imported    Goods.  (UNION   SHOP.*)  MOYIE, B. C  '���Sracfe:to'i  RubTbei^  Footwear  ,Maplo Leaf City Rubbers nro made over foot-lorm lusts     ,  that follow oxcactlv the new shoo models, <  They are   the  acme  of -prctectiou .in  styliih  Rubber  ���   Footwear,  Ladies, ask your dealer to show you the now'"Calve"  and "Melba" deigns with Cuban Heels, or the  new  "Lily" and "Rose" models for French Heels.  They aro just a bit more gracoful tand chic than   anything you have seen before.  J.Leckie Co., VANCOUVER.  SELLING AGENTS  iCtiud lTDM-n  ���>-.".(> urn L��-av�� ��rnlo  10:12 am ArrlM*         Elko  12:50 ],m     " Kextord  h'wpm      "       III'IIKANB  T.M am      " ETrrrlt  9:00 nut      " Ssillle  ll��ji.I D)>.  Arrire 9:00 pnt  " 8.10 n��  *��� ��:2J jim  >��� 9:*>0 am  " 9-/21 am  t.CO pin  CANADIAN  Winter  ���'��pm    Ar.    VV-SCOCVKH       hv.   <:0�� pa  ���������lipm   Ar ��T. VA.I11. Lr.   5.0�� pm  ONE NIOHT  To PKArrLK ��nd VancobVbk  TWO NIOHTS  To WiN.vii'KO and  St. Paul,  Close Connections  PREST  PHOTO   CO.      I For Chicago,  Toronto,  Montreal  and  ROSSLAND.  FEBRUARY 7   to   10.  T. V.SLOWNEY, Prop.  MINERS' HEADQUARTER^   Thi. hotel ii  close  to tbe mine.,  every Convenience* for Working Men  South Victoria St.    ~  ted  A. L. Mc  ___. Ckanbkook and Moyie.  " Tradk Marks  Designs  ,,.,, Copyrights Ac  ��� T,��ni,oiinnitlneu.slJeteb and description o����  nJiSfi? Mwrtalrf Sur Sptnlon free rrnethor an  v,*inl notiu. wlthont cbarco. 1�� the   ,  O. F. DE-JAULNIER.  DKAIEU   W  '?  ALL   POINTS   EAST  AND WEST.  PROMPT   DELIVERY.  aueens' Ave.     MOT^IE  -g.P.McCRANEY,     J. H. WATSON  .JSecreVaryJ Chairman  v,��^..,���.^   ^. .ftH��  A handsomely Illustrated wecRly. 1*���*?$*-  niiMtinn of any Bdontlflo lournaL Terms,We  ��k"    tour mSntbs,*l. fto*-<lbyall r.r>^8d��UoTj  ias.fe,"'*siejsi,it-  W, ft. BEATTY  ���'' "'    ������ ���    i ���   , ':   '���  Embalmor and UudcrtaKer.  Phone ��9. CRANBROOK,  Acetylene Lighted Cars,  Family Tourist Sleepers,  Palaco;81t.eping Cart,  ���."..'  Dining Car* (Meals a la Carte,)  Library Observation Cars.  Through tickets and  baggage  checks  ��� to all pointsV.-}":  STEAMSHIP    TICKETS.  .;. .= " ���..   ������    ������-'���*    ' ���"'        ��� "   -- '������-���  ���  "For Tiakets,  Rates, "Foldera  and  Full  information, call on  or  address  H. L. Blackstojtk,   Agent G. N, B.y.,  FERNIE, B. C.  SINGLE FAHE  ROTJHD   TRIP.  l!"eb. 7tb, 8th and 9th, good to  return  to Feb. 12th.  �����-*- ; ��� I  Full Programme    '"  :  panaaianl  ^inter Sports,  For Programmes, Rates  and  detailed  inntormatiob, apply tp local a-gent.  ,.   '  '    .m.  "  3, 8. Carter, D. P. A., Nelson.  E. J. Coyle, A. G. T, A,, Vancouver.  Wholesale Wines, Liquors  and Cigars. .  CRANBROOK, British Colui^  We handle everything in the Hardware  Also Cumberland blacksmith's coal, Pn  fuse and caps, oil, paints and glass, at  i i co::


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