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Array ?  -f  Si'  .*���'<  /'<> t  f /,-��� ^���^^,"-,  XjT     J  I..  '"  fJ*"'  J'      + .  -5J  .---Uigiii-wv,.,,,, v  FEB S3 1905  MOYIE, B. C. ^BBU^gYJgJ^,  $2 A YEAR  eee��$ec4��e6  '���'���^i^i  WILL HOIST  HOUR BILL.  Hookey Items.  The irapsf/ are taking  stook,at Port .Arthur.  'we,afe;:.stocls:r taking  >     '    " "'''.', ' . ' 5>  here.  Diginandgetashar^  of the spoils^0  d. , *j.  .  J f   I ,  Meets with    Strong  Opposition.  if  Thev ,Do not Wish to see  Present Conditions '  Disturbed.  in all-probability,the bilMntroduced  b'y ijawthonwaite in the Provincial  house lo enforce the,eight hour law  in smelters will be given a, six months  hoist. ' Teiegrrlm^lrom smelter manag-  errand'mine operators aie pouring in  upon   the   government,' "' -"-,,"1*n  Tbe senior hockey team was organized in Moyie this weekwith  the   following officers: Hoy Clothier, captain,  0. A. Foot, manager, andD. A. Ayres ,  secretary and treasurer.' A rink   has  'been cleared, wbicb-is 75   feet'in width  and 150 feet in length.   The ice is' in  excellent condition and the   team, is  anxious   for     a" boniest.'    Negotia-  lions are under.-way   with   tho Cranbrook and Fernie teams for a nlatch..  Tbe Moyie team has some   gCod player's, and the team  coming'in  contact  with it will have a difficult task" in de -  [eating iti t ���   ' *���  J  Change'Of Management.  A change took place in the management of0 the'Cosmopolitan hotel this  week,'Joseph Niederstadt retiring, and  T. ',V, 'Lowney, assuming control,  When' tlie St.- Eugens^jnm&^w.as^in  Our Spring Stock of  WALL PAPER  i Ol  Has arrived. It comprises  a large range oFWatson &  Foster's artistic-and up to  date patterns: If you have  , any papering to do we can  ^interest you with our pretty patterns and low prices;  operation-four years ago Mr. 'Lowney  ran this hotel for several .monthe and  enjoyed a lucrative business,' Mr.  Lowney ia well known to the; miners  and has himself worked with   them in  '   , ���ANDr^  (upon   the    government.' and private | and lias mniBenwui��� �����   -,'..  members from all parts of' the.province  Butte, and other camp*. ��   th >*����  are urtfn-that tbo measure be  turned   -vest.    He'will, cater  to  the   "or^ng  , .y  ^i"      ^rWMr.l^eaoL classed and has, his   hotel   fixed  up  ___   BANK-,;: OE  i*w  Sources - 91,006,000 ^  .iep0Sits,Becf e,    ^*?**?*fXl!fo& ^  BOOK "BRANCH. - " ���- "   ���    -     '"  <down!   A rnessage from.Mr. Hodge3 ot,  the Granby Coridolidated is said to have  proved thedeteruiiriidg factor iri   tho  decision reached byo.tbe  government,  party caucus.  'Mr. Hodges telegraphed that in the eyeot .of 'Hawtb'ornth-  waite's bill becoming n, law the Granby  -.smelte'r and-mines' would all b'e closed  down and rem'ain closed until tlie, law  was repealed  classes;- and has,his   hotel   fixed  up  With'comfortable   duarters.  for' them  Local, news.  uo  -   A. C. fBowness, waa  brook  Tuesday. .     ,  A.',     G.    Monkhpu3e  roin his visit to New York  ��� from   Cran.  has   returned  Mrs. Edward    Barr   returned   from  U  ^Md.yo,tj.b;s|oW,abe;5bd:hot.  "t   ''homes^ JnsurejWtfh; ^  ._  -  ' %,-    "  .,? . *.l�� -      ��� ''     '  '.   ���    .   "       -rv  "'���     '   "���     '     ' Cranbrook yesterday.  ���Suingtfor Damages.   ���     ;aeo.prowe came;over  Burt'Disney has comrnfjcjls^a^  .  ��'   METAL   MARKET;   /' #  New   Yosk���Bar silver,' 6l�� centp  Lead, ?4=.20.   Zino (spelter-) $4.70:,  London���Lead', ��12 ,5s. i  .Worthy of Assistance;'  eaiie  1..."  BOXfTIt, Agent;  ���MOflE, &.-CJ  gainst the Moyie Lumbering & Milling  Company for '$3,000 damages for the  loss of .part of bis.left hand,' which was  cut off bv the bolter saw on June 9th >  1901. ; si S. Taylor is appearing ior  Dian'ey and, Joseph Martin, ��. .0.,' .for  thedfendants. 'H. Cameron,'manager  of Abe.company,' is in Nelson^ attending  the-trial. , ;_, ^y w> \. '^-*_,: .  Vpri|ailt<,Wiley''-ig;^l ���'  Frank ^ Wiley, alias , .Bender,', was  arrested in Seattle' last ^week by  Detective VaBSono'n a chnrge   of   for-  Lake Shore Additiono  lew ��>ods/ ��� -Prices as low as Any/  gery.  ICCKfiflriUkw       ��������� ���      -,- ,   ,,,      ....:���'    ir-orl  ��       ,   ���       V���frKe best mvefltniento  ever offered  This ia without a dottbt one of %S.{ ��� nu'mb'er   of shares   on  ARNOLD k ROBERTS  lUiVBROOiv  Of5claL   Brokers for  the Cotnpanjr,  .''   ',    ������.   -.'������"��� '  IATS  I nun ihiijhji-ii'"'t',t-*j"^^^ ���  , rnct ',  S^BTSON; H^m  Wiley w.xo Jormerly paying  teller hi a Spol��aA'e bank. Less than  a month ago he was released from the  Oregon penitentiary, where lie/served  tirridforthe, same offense. He was  convicted of forgery in Tiicoma, and  three years ago he was found guilty ��� in  Seaitlc of the same offense. Wiley is  well known in Moyie. He spent a  summer here and worked for   thb. St.  Eugene company.-  Navigation'01ose:d.  NaTagation between Proctor an?  Nelson on Kootenay lake is 'Closed on,  account, o��. ice. A paaienger t,bib  from Nelson connects with tlie,boat a,t  Pro'6tor  b'oth   morning^aud evening.  Maviifg removed to m'y old stand at  Ithe Brewery, 1 ;vish to, thank my  ���frierdo -and patrons for their past  ��� ffi and patronage, The same time  11 Irish to call attention to those o*ing  them Id WH add t>��7 UP' ?? "  W   -9  'abl fne to fulfill .my   obligations.  JOSSPH NIEDEESTADT  m  from   Ross  land last week  - D. J. Leahy left Monday for Spokane;  where be will remain for abiait 10 days,  J, 0. Hayes, repvredenting A. . L-  MbDei mot, ��� * was �� up ������ from Cran brook  Tuesday. , ,- <��� " '   -  '- The annual meeting  of the     ildyie,  .Water CoWill be held   next   Wednes-'  day, February 22nd.      ' ;.;"  IV. J. Atchison has & Aine f of" very,  pretty; Moyie "oouveniM . bards and  tableln', ' '        '* , 5 .   ,,  Rev. C-. A. McDiarctlid was in Nelson  this weekTltending the Presbyterian  c'onventioiij *'"(" s''"   ">"'" .   "'���  Service was, held iii the' Cathdlic  church'last Sunday, Fattidr Ohoinel of  OMtibrook1     officiating.   ( <  ���=;  , James Crouio left for Rossland 'yesterday and will.be absent for a week or  ten days. ,.    ,   .-  A daughter was born totMr. and  Mrs, J. A. Harvey in Cranbrook Wed-  niorning. Feb. 15th.   _      "���'   (  Mr. and itrs. J- ?��� farrell returndd  bode ��� TuosMay frcti} Lowell, .Mass.,  wlierfethey spent about two montns  on a visit.  Tlie Moyie aerie of! Eagles gave a  ve^y successful ball last Tuesday even-  in;, -it was in the form.of a. masque-  \X and tbe characters reprbsent^d  embraced ^arly^very^ wa ^ ^ ^ ^ Paul80n,(lne victim of the'blasting  faiTopsy88 -There were several India-ja'ccident in the St.-Eugene .mine last  ms and even a Ghinaman worked U^rfall;5ntendgt0jCiroliia'te aniotigst'- the  ' . .,_.i ~;.���riori with thethTong. minerB for the purpose of raising sufficient money to take .him   to   Sweden  v./ in and mingled with thetjnong  Several wore kailiki-uniform/.anfiI lhe  Spanish   bulUighter was in ��� evidence  Napoleon added dignity to the occasion  ^ o __ ^ ;  bvnis  presence,   add   the  sailor lad        ing of any assistanoe.whiob oan be.  climbed down'from his lofty  riggini  ���..?:������ f,;m ''After'the^ accident   there  where he has   relatives ��� living,  son's case1 is a sad one, and he  Paul-  iB "der  and-took a hand in'the game.    AU  those in costume-represented thear .respective characters spleudidly, ^  1   ifler a short'address of welcome . by  President E: A. HiU-of  the aerie,  the  merrydapcera firmed on the  floor.for  the Brand" maroh^indMrom that   time  -���ntil  B:30,��o-clooythe next���;mtirmn  vvasoiie continual  round of  UD11'j^  7rt&   pleasure.'   TliBre 'was^j lArge  S    and they, thnrddRhl^ cr.]oyod  Jnemselves'^ie^usicf^he^is,  ion Was furmslied by ^9f-.'jft,Sj t  warden's orchestfu. ,(lnd wap the beat  diw iiasic nedrd iri  itdylo Wr  eome  S King, as Topay, wdn the ptiae .for  fl o best sustained lady. charcater, ,nd  Mike Bonneri. as an Indian, for the  best gentleman character.  '   6.T?. fl. fiiglit of Wav; t,  " John McLatchie, provincial land surveyor of Nelson, was here with a; party  . J . .   . . l_   ���.. -.������,-iller  T.ITp. 1 ,. _L . JV.  e  veyor oi i-seiaun, ..��� ----- -    ���  of then this week surveying .he 0. r. J>  right of way through   the    own.    11  We carr"y the best rdrige of hat,;in^own     See ����?*���n  Chas, Smitti", master,, mechanic ^at  the St Eugene, is. taking a .ayoff. He  will sp'end a Week or two in Spokane  and Seattle. ,,    -     ,.  Ohas. Bie'se'l, Geo-, Q'lothicr Mike  B'onner, Arthur Daudurand, .Miss  ganduraod nnd Mrs. .Stinson are in  I$oss\and attendinc the carnival.    ���  Miss Annie Snyder gave her enter-  taifment iu Eagle hall last Saturday,  evening before a very good audience.  Miss, Snyder did not qmet come up  W espeotatiens and some were dis~  appointed. ���  l  C Kellv. a graduate watchmaker oi  tto   Canadian   Horolo^cal   Histitute ,  prompt    and7 permanent crree   have |  ���.,..���.������  ���igh^i ������....-.-_ ���  cpniaoy i3 claiming 66  bidQ of the track.  feet   on  each  faid & Br  At the annual meeting of the Imir  Waterworks Company! whioh was held  last week a 10 per cent   dividend   was  declared! .  __, <     >......"  given bim.' After"the' accident 'there  seemed to b'e little liope of, saving"   the - -  sight of eithereyo. "t very thing,-pori^  -,  ble was doue'for.him within the power,  of, the local physicians;,  and, then' he   .  was taken to Spokane.fnd nlaced, un-;,  der the treatment'of-'Dr..-Harvey,   an; ^  eye- 'specialist.'',Paulson  returned;, to,. ^  Moyib a few weeks,ago.'.  He can see a  Httleout of botii ey'^but his visOn  is  18 so dim that.he.^U forevo^ be  inca-  ^  pacitated for.maJiinit.a.liv;ns by   man^  ual \abbr-. ��� He wishes Co gd, to the _ old  country,"where perhaps he.cara go. into  some little business and make a living.  He is a'good steady, yqung   man   and,  tbdee ttlio are in position to  help   him  along should not fail to do so.  liellablb Goods.  Christian" Nielsen of Moyie has beed  appointed general agent for British  Columbia for a'lino of reliable goodSL  Diduid Blectriclity, the great remedy,  for'every pain, is 6ne ,qf 'them. He  ���s also agent for Prof- Long's Magnetic  combs, and the Super-Asbestos safety  wicks. Mr. Nielsen is meeting with,  good success, and bb is aniiqus to es-r  tablish an agent in evei-y district in the  province. Those wislilng the agency  should cpmraunicaje \y^tb hnii^  OU&tnborlai  ���THE   MEN'S   FURNISHERS    ,  Savings  not;.  i  mado-ita'favbritewitb l^P^.^^"  ���vhere- H is ..especially pn_eu tj  mot hers "of small children, for cold,  croup and whooping cough* as n  ���Xrua auibk relief, .n.l as ir contains  '0iuin or other harmful drug, it  rnay^be Biven a. confidently to a A,aby  as to an adult. For said by V. -  Atchison. _.- .- ,       I"-"    ���-'  0  C  . ���    There is nc   better   investment th^n  Bani depoaiti��� (,, ��������� '���     -'":  . '.     \   .. ,  , : ��nee offieWt grows whether edded to., pt  \, 'LieLi, l^^t ^^   ��tBfi>=d   com.  *;;;. poiinded; twice a year.  1  i*  I  Arrald '--r Strong: MMllcJnen.  .Many people  suffe^for  years    torn  rheumatic piins, and llrefer to,   do   so  rather than tuko the strong   medicines  usually    givon ; for  rheumatism,  not  vuowins Uiut quick .relief   from pain  may   be    had    simply   by   apnlyinc  Chamberlain's Pain   Balni  and -wi h-  out taking   any. medicine   internally.  i For sale by W. J. Atchison. _  I -  i ...������,.. ,..���������� "-������        ^^  f7Zfi,  hit Watch.  ?���  r';^''^ W'-r"'  T< ������-",���     r,    "���   j     ,.^:-'r. .  il.  ..-'���' j, F- ^.i pifsi.riH^J fVi.ahayer. .       %  ,-I-(��^A*��W!P"* ��  ��a a delicate piece cf mechanism, and  nej-da.cleaning. Bud'oiling lit^st'eVer^  i8-.moui'h.1 ..'Wb gfvo,cal-eful paiista^.  rtife attention'to p-^r repairs, jj-nd "wil,  ���^aiantee you prompt reiiirrss Pnd -a  ��- ��� ������ ��� ��� ��� ��� .-������.-j -j.. ��� ��� ��� ���  5rct"claB3' job';  Jeweler. CRANBROOK, B. a  STOP AT THE  ���   r  \  :s \*  ��� ii.".   <-.  23, Ja\.i SMAXiXij iidnasoK .     ���  Good;rooms, good",'tables and bar,  *  '      and,first elaHs.s&mnle roo-ns,  -' - ���( >f i <  cents .a. i*Xt *����$  at Ait GftdcgR^ .. .....  ,  -    br friciVGrs&M Baking r^^^T^^'*.  ^rtTrria.it of Tartar derived' ftpn.rSl^f,m��(.*^  iria ,ad insures t>erfbc^ wholssoin?^.-  .��,  o  -     o-H1  <?     1 '*'  ,'-���'��-;������.  '> } 'i    ,  .    .   1 . -V4 ��� s -  nn l7aq^l*5asres*^^ �����-**, ���-"'���''*'" ,^i��M-����>^i>^������  w^frSaSBgHfiiaTH.mft'^HAaAMti^.^".'. ,..lv.wcw-"  ���jXBi&L,^i.  ���t  tr-. -   publish  .7"       of I  FARMER TELLS OF  A BAD TWO YEARS  THEN      DODD'S      KIDNEY      PILLS  DROVE AWAY ALL HIS PAINS.  .?. SM  Ono Yen  -iATTJR     '  ( VI  *   ,'  'i  < ,,  r, ,t,.,  ,o  ���*  Ailmr,  'Mnyic r-  ���   '.'-I     -��,  !.��'  _iiSt ilUQ  .raided tl  . siioo." ' '  . > and,thei  get the 3  The'  Phoenix  '. about tt  Journal  appeara-  Boundfu  , immenGi'  from, it. ,  l\ r  As an,  advertiai  s body's M  k cover ��� oi  . America-'-  P for the s -  , compau]  , to help t  publishi w  , ,    The' H  lished by-  , iT^llo chai  ifaoilifatc  ,", busir.eBD,',  ���  crerteod t  , -'any  has '  ��� jiuthorizt  -,of which'  -"', Tbe'anco  X, Pi Sir  -a. x- koi  '' , -and M.  \  ������will, rem  ' ^Herald a "  <���Cranbi  People i  on learui  ' go thf att  ' djed poo]  ' tlfa n fi "e  ' i.OOC pec  Chicago  'scarcely,  of these  from a cc  'by the ti  Cough E  hod ever  have    w,  U30 of tti  an instai  ciunotb  Uiu'a Co  for colds  it cured  severe cc  when shi  nionia.,'  York.    �����  Was Bent Over With Pain and Hardl/  Able   to    Work    Till   He    Used   th.-  Great  Canadian   Kidney' Remedy.  Consecon, Ont.. Dec.  12.���(Special).  ���Mr. David Rowe, a well-known and  highly- respected farmer, living about  three miles from here, is telling his  friends   of   his'  remarkable  recovery  from a long period   of   suffering  by  the use of Dodd's Kidney Pills.  "I had very severe pains in my  back more or less upwards of, two  ' years," Mr. Rowe says. "These pans  seemed to concentrate their full force  in the small of my back, and the?paln  was'almost unbearable. It made nw  po bent over and I could not stralgin-  en up to save my life.  "When I went-toiurinate it gave me  great  pain,  and  you   may  imagine  I  i 'was not able to do much work. I consulted, a  doctor., but hist prescription  did_me no good. < -  "Then I started to use Dodd s Kid-  'nev Pills and I felt better by.'thetime  "I had v ed the"first box. ' Ten boxes  cured me' completely." -    ,  The Brazilian flower known���as the  rurjaing antelope is so called 'because  its white petals,have a series of well  defined, dark colored lines and. dots  in which the-imagination can readily  trace the iorm of an antelope, with its  limbs outstretched and head thrown  back, seemingJy fleeing for its life. In  the "caricature plant" one species has  the imitative form on the petals, and  another'has it outlLued in the ribs and  shading of the leaves.  The  last mentioned curiosity  bears  a  remarkably   well  executed  likeness  of the Duke of,Wellington and has on'  that account been named "Arthur and  His  Nose."    Among  the  orchids  the  imitative form is entirely different in  ' character, being exhibited in the shape  of the flower itself.    Some are���exact  counterfeits of bees, butterflies, moths,  etc.,   while  others -take -upon   themselves the form of worms and beetles.  Naturalists believe that in"the.first Ja-  ^t'mce it is nature's;;trap to'lure-other  bees, moths and butterflies, but in tne  case of the 'worm and the beetle; orchids or-those that are the exact counterparts ,'of   toads,, lizards   and'  huge  spiders, -they, do   not attempt  to   ex-  nlain. �� o '  13? Yi  f;  CSfE  the Fort S  nay Distri  * \yhcre It  ���TAKE 5. .  M. .0. No,  ' Mountain  Miners ���<���  p;jrn. F. ;  days f rqflo  ing ftccor  for the pu  tbo abovfl  ���       And fui  section 37  suauce of  Dntedt)  : -j'-SS  TJfet  xu  HUDSON   BAY.  /  Mr. A. P,  Lo-td Say Hf Conlrt Dave Mad��  the >'oi'tliwc>t rukb��sa- .'  Mr ' A P. Lowe, who was in charge  of the'expedition'to Hudson's Bay,  is once' more back in Ottawa, after  an absence, ��� oi about .one year and  three months.' He says that from hi*  observations Hudson's Strait is navi-  Kuulei for about four months each  "year- He and hiq, party,., whytercd at  'l'-ullerton Inlet", rth"e~"cxt-rei'ne-~norUi  west point of Hudson's Bay,,  July last came out ��� by .  Strait to Toil IJurwell'. where; the  Neptune' met- the J3nc, and received  supplies of,'coal and provisions. "llie  arrangements'' fbr ,'the. meeting between the .two "steamers'wore.s��o pcr-  and; in  Hudson's  met that" they arrived within an hour  .of  each  other.,     After, leaving-   port  Bm-ueU-the Neptune proceeded along  ' tho Greenland Coast, to Smith Sound,  and 'Mr.  Love wont  as far north ,a&  Capo  Sabine,   where'he   saw  Peary ���  winter headquarters. ' This was about  , the ' middle  of, August.     He did not,  intend to go 'any  farther north,- but  could  not  do   so'if   lie   had  wanted.!  owing to tho accumulation of ice.  ''\ Kellcs of Jfranklln.  " The , Neptune     afterwards "' passed  '   through Lancaster  Sound  to  Beechy  ���   Island, where .Franklin, spent his last  winter.      This! island  was   the headquarters of the Franklin relief .expeditions, -and   the remains    of the   old  house'  arc  still    to      be  seen there.  '     At this'point air. Lowe  obtained   a-  '    record" left by the Swedish ^agnetic  '  Polar expedition./    It .revealed-<l-��*  the party,' were  all  right  , ,1903,, ana intended-going  '    'Peel Sound'in 'order "<to  '   SLEEPLESS   BABIES.  i1    ���   '  Well babies sleep soundl and wake  ui) brightlv.'     When babies  are restless   and 'sleepless/, it is  the  surest  possible sign,of illness���in,all proba-  bUltv  due to ' tho'< derangement oi the  stomach <rmd bowels, or,teethingtrour  bi��s    ' Baby's    Own    Tablets are the  onlv  Proper    remedy..   They  remove  rhe trouble and in this way give tbo  HUle one sound, refreshing sleep, and  it" .wakes    up   *healthy   and  'happy  Guaranteed   to . contain?," no -harmful  drug   or . opiate. , -Mrs.-Thos.   Cam  Lorlns;'Ont; pays: "My baby suffered  from Stomach   trouble  and teething,  and was quite cross, .got   Bab s Own  Tablets and 'the seemed  ta work al  most/like'a charm. "I think nothing  con' equal the  Tablets for  children s  ailments."   'You can find, them at drue,  stores or   get   them   .potpaid    at   2*  cents  a, box by writing the Dr   Williams' Medicine. Go., Brockvillo,, Ont.  tHE GREATER CANADA.  Lord SUnto Saya tfce Futaro ot tlio Do.  " nilnloii Passes  Imagination���The  Old Order ranslng. ,  , At the farewell banquet given to  Lord and Lady Minto, the retiring  Governor-General   said:  "I can assure Your Worship that if  during my term of oflice 1 have been  fortunate enough in the fulfilment , of  my duties to , earn for'myself the appreciation of the people of the Dominion^ I ask for no greater, reward  and now I may say the same for  Lady Minto. Her interests have always centred largely in, the -welfare  ot this country and the happiness of  its everyday life, and^it will always,  be a delight to. her Tto hear, of the  further success "of work , which she  has very much' at heart. -'-  "But to-night. Your Worship, there  is a 'rift' in the - lute-, _ I now, have  come to say good-bye:'r have run'iny,  race in Canada, the awkward,, fences  and the' nasty, turns are things of the  past', and I cannot ride it over  again. It is not for me- to' say whether the course has been easy or difficult, rbut it 'has certainly been full  of interest, and, aftor all,"gentlemen,  it'has only been''the first heat in the  great Imperial stakes which it rests  with the people of the United Kingdom  and   the  people   of   Canada     to  "There it goes again," said the trolley conductor as he rang the bell to  let off a passenger who had only .ridden for a square. "  "You'd be astonished,"'continued the  knightof the'bell (strap, "ta know;, bow  many people try to beat tlie trolley for  a free ride when they, want to make a  call a square or two away. from. home.  "They hop on the car, wait till it has  started and then want to 'know if the  car doesn't go to'some place which they  know it doesn't come within a mile of.  In this way they get their "ride, for  nothing and go on their way in the,, belief that they, have fooled the conduc:  tor."  ^   Discretion  a. Failure.  '    "I was at the, husking bee one ,day.  Great fun." ��� ," ''    ,'  "Find a red ear?"    ' ,  T-LVYes."      <''������,     '  .f'Kiss the prettiest girl?"  -'''Nope'.' Didn't dare.   All the pretty  girls were engaged to husky farmers."  "What did you do?"- '^ " "'��� < ,  '"Kissed tho homeliest girl."' ^s.^  '.'Did that give satisfaction?"   .' ��� ,  "Not a bit of it.   Each of the,husky  farmers- felt   that, I   had   personally  snubbed   his    best   girl." '.  SunligKt Soap  I    represents care, skill   and   scientific 'accuracy  J  in its marvufactxire.   That is why it does yovir  washing  without shrinking woolens, fraying  linens or injuring your hands.  Equally good with hard or soft water.  No,scrubbing, no boiling. moreccleansing.  less, toiling. '^ ���       ,     0      ;;.. .  Try Sunlight   ���  Y6ur money back if not satisfied. no6  f     , -'  Lover Brothers Limited  '  ��� Toronto ,  that  in, August,"  down    the^  get as  near  the "pole as-they could.   The'Neptune  crossed 'over-to Leopold Harbor,  on  tho   south, side   oi   Lancaster  Sound,,  and  there  , saw1 th"e    remains'of-   a  laiinch belonging to .the 1�� ranklin Ex:  pedition and'a quantity of provisions  left    by.  the 'Windward,     a   Dundee^  whaler, "for the  Swedish, Expedition,,.  At Pond's Inlet Mr. Lowe saw three  boats   of  the-' Dundee   whaling  licet.  They had no whales on board.  From  there the   Neptune   went     south     to  Cumberland Gulf,  where the ice   was  very heavy,     and    afterwards passed  ' through Hudson's Strait under steam  to Fullerton   Bay,   where  they  wint-  Pi-ed.     Two    policemen . were   left   at  Fullorton ��� and    two    were   invalided  borne     The Neptune was then relieved bv  tho  Arctic.     Mr.   Lowe  states  could  have  made  the  north-  he had so  desired.  An Old Shoe. * _ l . ' '  A young .couple recently started on  their wedding-tour. A'shower of rice  'and old shoes followed them as,they  entered'the railroad coach. , After the  train pulled out the-bridegroom saw  an old shoe lying in the' aisle. Supposing-it was one that had been thrown  at him; he picked it up and dropped it  out of the window." An old^man across  the aisle wakened a few minutes later  and began looking 'for that' particular  shoe.' The"bridegroom had to buy him  a new pair. ' '      ,  ,'������ - ���- --' *. Serlo'oB. _ V ,  '"My .dear,", said Mrs. Henpeck,','Tm  positive -that our.George is ;thinking  seriously of,'matrimony." "'\ . '���"  ' "Well, I-only hope so'," returned Hen-  peck, with unusual spirit ,,"1 wouldn't  'want any boy of mine to be so unfortunate jas'to regard it as aJoke.',' -\    ,     .  i     *   tHlttiiiK   Himself. ' , '   ,.  Father���Now, Maud, 'in selecting a  husband' look,' before all things, for in-  teir.ke-io.?r;nn(Lin\^ritj::^Yqurynother.  I  am  sorry  to  say    '"'--  money.  i, or lose.    . v   ��� .,,    ,   ��� i    "  'I hope Your Worship'Will absolve  me'from any, intention of trespassing  in the domain of politics, but perhaps it may not bo'out of place for  mo to glance very lightly at the history of the past si,x",ycars that have  gone by since, as Governor-General, X  -set foot1 in, the Dominion. They have  been vears of' marvelous prosperity  ' of great advancement "in commercial  wealth, of great development of the  "magnificent resources of this wonderful country, but greater influences in  the history of Canada-than any ol  these have' come  into existence. -_' ,  ���   r Frot)lems> of tlio Future.    ,      -,    " '  ;*A great' man has raised consider-;  'aiions as to-the Impef'ialvYosponsibil-  ity of the King's subjects, beyond the.  seas, and a great statesman is aiming at directing into * one .' common  channel the interests of the Motherland, and her, self-governing dependencies. Wc are in.a transition state,  the old order of things is passing  away, colonics are, becoming nations,  with a'no'tionol'lscntiment, of�� their  own, but-I say it as strongly'as I  can_with 'no diminution' of affection  to the Motherland from which 'they  sprang. We are face to face with p.  problem full of .difficulties, no doubt.  Conditions>are~ changing, and we,can-  not afford* to stand still. Now that I  am leaving'you, I will only say,  work out the problem with all deference for the traditional doctrine ' of  ,the  Old  World,   with  full  regard  for  More Likely to Get I��.  Noaash���W/onder where I can borrow some money?        ' ��� " *  Hardupp���What do you want lt,for7  "Oh, I've got a sure thing in the fifth  race tomorrow'." '   -    ,        s        <  "You, don't ^want money; you want  to, borrow  trouble.;,'  ,    ,   -   ,  '���   ,,.r Mimical Taste.     ^      '  |l  ',  ,   "Say, pal"- - ���' i \ ' , ;   !,  ������"Well, what?"        '       ���    ���     - '     '  "Why - does that' man in  the band  run tho trombone down his throat?"  I'I suppose it is  because^ he'has a  taste for mu^ic."',"      ,-,     <    ,,''  Lots "of , women believe that' their  husbands arc great' men" because they  write bad'hands, but,they get no one  to agree with them except' their <hus-  bands.      -      ,    ,' ���    ' ^      ,    'r ' s  MINAIID'S UNIMEHT Mm Neirateli/ V  fool of a  ',    l'- "i.'", 'i" ,i   ���  Any woman   can-  make a  man., but it takes 1 feminine genius  to'make'a man of a fool.-  If the Garden, of Eden was located  in ' Africa, then 'Adam 'and Eve must  have been Ethopians, and it naturally follows that the forbidden fruit was'  a w;atremelon.'7,    ���.-,-'\,J  You can't cure a cough or colcl  from .the outside. You must,  ��� cure it through the blood.\  fcoii'stamptio^i,  Cure SnicLuns"     -;-,  is the 'only remedy that will do this.'  It'gets right to the root of  the,;  trouble.   It'is guaranteed to curev  Prices: ,   i S. C. WELLS & Co. 3U  25o. 50c. $1.   LcRoy. N.Y,.^rt>ronto, Can.  looked4 only  for  ICCR.  traveled  and  , A'SOUR .STOMACH , AND A SOUR  TEMDER travel hand-in-hand an'd are  the precursors of mental and',physical  wreck. Nine hundred' and ninety-nine  times in a thousand,food ferment (indigestion) 'is the cause. -Dr. Von  Stan's .Pineapple ''Tablets, keep the  stomach sweet���aid digestion���keep  the nerve "centres, well balanced���  they're' c, Nature's panacea"��� pleasant  and harmless.   35 cents.���88   ���  --Perhaps the re'ason thaj there are  so'-few'women'lawyers is* that-women  tell what is not' so only, onr impulse. A  mah^aiijlie'.by design.  < ,_.   ���    ^ ^  :\- ' -      '     7    ^^ '   ,. -L.  'MINARD'S umm, Cures ��� Dandrnt .;  We all; Have Missions in the World.  ���There is a" work, to do for , every  man on earth,'.there"-Is a funct.on tq  perform for everything-on earth', animate and inanimate. Everything has  a mission, and 'the "mission of ,Dr. ���  ���Thomas' Eclectric Oil is'to heal burns  and wounds of every description and  cure coughs, colds, croup and all af-  fectohs'bf the-respiratory  organs'.,,,   ,  Though some' -women���, may , lov^e  longer * than men we '' rather eyyu;  things .upfcby loving Qftener. ;     *'  1     ,       "_:���_ ��� ,* /       i  ,   Eve   organized   the    first' .woman-s  club1 It was the limb' of 'an apple tree.  ' We have" heard-a, good deal about,  "woman's gentle touch,"    but ( along,  about-'the first, of the month we  believe'that the gentleness of it Is groat- '  ly over-estimated.   . , .   ������  About-the"Jtime'"a ,girl'begins to  lengthen* her dresses, she also, begins  to shorten' her father's bank account.  DROPSY  ll ONE  POSITIVE SIGN  OF    KIDNEY    DISEASE.���Have  you,  any "of   these    unmistakable ��'" signs?  ,  Puffiness  under  the    eyes?    Swollen  limbs?'   Smothering  feeling?   Change  of   the   charactr of the  urine?   "Exhaustion: after <least exertion? If you  have''there   dropsical 'tendency   and  you' shouldn't  delay tan ,,hour  in   putting  yourself  under .the* great South  American Kidney Cure.���S6  ���  ' Follies.  Little .Tames���Father, what are fines?     Father���Amusements   that   we  hav�� grown tired of. my pon-  ACHING   KIDNEYS.  that he  west passage if  Royalty  In Indies. '  Kins  Edward  represents   fully    the  average   height   'in  .British   stature  which is 5   feet 7;   inches,  his actual  height  in  his   boots   being  o   feet  bj  inches.     The    Emperor William falls  slightlv below his Uoynl uncle s, but-  not       below    the    average     Gorman  heipht.     Of  the  elected   rulers  l'resi-  clent  Loubet   represents    the    I- reach  average, which' is 5 feet (5 inches.  On  the oUhcr hand, we find the Emperor  oi   Japan   t.o  bo    far   above   the   national   standard   of   height     His  Ma-  jestv is a tall man for a Japanese, o  feet* 6 inches.   The tallest ltoyol personage ' is 1-v'ing   Leopold,   fi  foot     6  inches,    which ' places    him    next  to  Peter   the   Great,     who   measured    fa  feet Si  inches. i    Love    is  Yeats.  Love can  Schiller.  Love's  a  '  LOVE.  kindly    and    dcccitless.���  sun the realms of night���  eru  Brick  thing  that's  never  out of  Bcason.-Barry Cornwall.  They do not love that do not show  their love.���Shakespeare.  He that shuts out love in turn shall  be shut out by love.���Tennyson.  The greatest miracle of  love is the  cure of coquetry .-La Rochefoucauld.  Love is  master of the wisest;  it ls  only fools that defy him.-Thackcray.  Love  never  dies, of   starvation,   hut  often of indigestion.���Ninonde l'Eiiclos.  The magic of.- first love is the ignorance that it can ever ehd.-Beacous-  field. ���'���:���'  Man's, love is of man's life a thing  apart; 'tis woman's whole existence.-  Byron.  It is impossible to love a second time  when we have once-really ceased'to  love.���La.-Rochefoucauld.  An   Odd   Revenue.''  To avenge his defeat in the municipal elections .for the provincial council  at Tra los Monies '.he Marquis de  Xanos cornered the entire .stock of  butcheis and poulterers, of the town,  'lhe inhabitants had to subsist without  meat foi a week.  neys  ind  work,  louch  Pink  why  ���mine  every  Mr.  Ohio,  truth  says:  Can Only Be Cured by Enriching the  Blood by the Use of Dr. Williams  Pink  Pills.  Tho, kidnevs   filter    every drop o)  vour blood.   The purity of the bloo'l,  'lepend   upon  the    kidiieys���and   the  health  of  tho  kidneys  depends  upoi  the' blood.    If your blood is weak the  kidnevs  have  not  strength  for   thou  work and  leave the  blood  unaltered  and  foul.    If  your, blood  is  bad   the  kidnevs    got    clogged     with    painful  poisonous   impurities.      That  is   what  causes   vour backache with  the  dul  pains or sharp stabs ol sick kidneys.  \nd   kidnov   disease   is   one   of    the  most    deadly     and      hopeless   things  that can attack you. The only hope i��  to stril-c without delay at the root of  the trouble    in    the    blcod   with   Dr.  Williams'  Pink   Pills.    They  actually  make now blood. They flush the kid-  clcan,  heal    their   inflammation,  give    them    strength   for   their  Common   kidnev'    pills    only  the    symptoms���Dr.   Wi Hams  Pills   cure   the   cause.     That   is-  thc-v   cure   for   good    and      the  lime   impio\c  tho    health    in  Geo. .lohnson, or   the village of  N. S., gives strong proof of the  oi   the   above   statements.     He  "My   son.   now   nineteen   years  nl.-l, suffcicl gio-t'y with kidney trouble   He was constantly troubled villi  severe  pains   in  tho  hack,   and  often  passed signless ni^ht--.    H's appetit/*  failed,    ho    grow    weak,   and   coull  harllv do the usual work that falls,o  tlio lot of a hoy on a farm.    We tried  several   kidni'v   medicines,    but    t.iev  did not  help him any.     1 hen a rnoufl  ,-eeommended     Dr.     Williams  Pills   mil this v/us the first  that reached   the   cause, of the trouble  He used  the pills for    a . couple    of  mo-.-t.hs. and  I- am thankful to say is.  now  as  strong and  healthy   as   ,any  six   boxes   for   S2.5.0,      - '       .  WellbaMess'oei .ou^dly and wave  Mood   that   Dr. 'Williams'   ^^^^  will   not   cure,   simplv; because   the>  n,aU new.  rich, red   blood' that   ex-  -o's   disease   from evevv   part of   th?  bxlv.    That   is   why   they;   cure   the  worst   cases   of  anaemia,   indigestion.  hPiralsia'   ,1-heumatism,     . hea^ac-e.  and   hSachU.   and   the   sneoial    ailments  from  which  women  alone  sut-  m-     But onlv thc'Ren-lne  pi Is   enn  do this, and vou  ,ho:,id  see r.nat t -  i-nii   Mine   -"Dr.   Williams    Pink  Pius  Sdw^"itec,-oss.    I   ^tBa^  Tnbl"t-V and  tV-ov  seemed  to work  a  al] medicine defers, or fiirect by i-ai'  tfrom the Dr. Williams'  Medicine  Co  Brockville. Ont.. at 50 cents a box, or  sixboxes for 52.50.  the hopes of your rising nationality,  with'all respect for racial traditions,  but remember always that what is,  c-ood for ��he Empire is good-for Canada, and -what is good for Canada  is good' for the Empire. ,   .,,  '    ,   Canada**   Splendid   Provln  '"Your   Worship, ,1     have  much    throughout     the, length  breadth of.the Dominion, and,, proud  as Canadians are of their country, It  believe they can hardly'exaggerate its  'future  possibilities.  I-.have-just     returned" from the Northwest., The Territories, are,  as you  know, not*   new  to me, but as the other day   I rode  through    the   Saskatchewan^    Valley,  -beautiful beyond  description^in^.all  the  brilliant 'coloring   of     the    'fall,  across prairies  still  strewn with  the  skeletons of extinct buffalo herds, past  Indian battlefields    of  only    'a     few  vears 'ago,  and  as    I    found     settlements growing into villages, villages  into  prosperous  towns,     and     immigrants  pouring  into .the  land,  I  realized, that  we  are  at  the  commencement of a new era.  Your Worship    I  can at any rate bear witness to  the  splendid  promise   of   Canada's future.  I can go home to tell the people   of  the  Motherland   that   their     kinsmen  here   beyond   the  seas   are,  by     their  own energy,  day by day    developing  Imperial      resources      and     Imperial  wealth, the vastness of which    is   as  yet but little known.      I hope I may  always   share   in-the   aspirations    'of  the   Canadian     people,      and,     1 our  Worship, I can assure you Lady Minto'and I will, take homo with us the  warmest    recollections  . of     our     hie  here,  and will never forget the    fate-  well  we have  received  from the  citizens  of Montreal."       '     "���  Until October 19Q5 '^(:l:.r'^'  '     ' ^here\sW motley to be^^^  Gre^Sntirnp5^of poultry in Canada i^ncreasin^idly arid^c  pouitiy dealers complain that they cannot get enough poultry to fill their  0rdS0Sn't woman bought a-No. �� Chatham Incubator the first of March ,  -she had fivs'hatches by'July'first' and had four hundred.-plump,  stidy chicks. In .bynonth. her Incubator had paid her Sioaocj several  tim-s its cost. A Chatham' Incubator should pay, for itself each hatch, ^  We have nerfectcd ,n Incubator and brooder. We behevo ,t is now  absWelv the'best in the wpild. . We have sufficient cap.tal behind us, and  .leZ out for the entire business in incubators.' We know that there is.no  other incubator that can appioach the  Chatham  This is our proposition:  tha  six  was  Pink  mcdi-iine  '    TJsoloHBncsH of  "War.  At  the  recent  meeting  of  the    Women's  National   Council   in   Toronto,  Mrs   Byles     drew  attention,   to  population   of   Canada-Ave     or  millions-and   said     that' thcie  that number of men in the   European  Continental  armies  in time of peace.  They  earned     nothing  and  did noth-  inC   but their fellow  countrymen had  to  pay for  their support while    they  practiced the art of killing.  '  la dozens  of recent  wars there had  been  onlv   loss  for  both    winner   and  loser   The  soldier  was promoted  and  the  contractor got  rich,  but the  nation  lost.   England had  once  a     wai  to keep the Bourbons  from the Span  ish  throne.  They had arrothcr to put  a  Bourbon  No   Bourbon  France as  long  on  the   throne of   France,  would   ever     reign     in  as   the   world  lasted.  States  bad   a  war   and  .     Now they   were  to   do   with   the     new  had   a   war.       She  The  United  p.ot  the  Phillipmes  guessing   what  tiTi-itoi-v.   Britain   ..-. .  gained  "the   Transvaal   and      achieved  h,.,*   point.      But   things  were     ncer,  worse  in   South   Afnc.i.      *lcn     w��;re  coming away -f ro m .the. country.   Chinamen 'were working  the mines.     .    ������  Till recently the plea had been, tjm.t  there   were   no   international'   courts.  Now     there     was   a   court     at      lhe  p���uo    with  65   judges on  the    rota,  prepared   to '.arbitrate   any   case. Carnegie  would     give  it  a home.   -.Men  would.'get justice,  which  gained   in  a  war  where  party  won,. -  was   never  vthe    strong  Sure Proof.  Paterfamilias���And  c-oiild  port  you    sup-  Lover-r-l  iiivn daughter, sir  have two strong arms. Pateriaini-  lias���But can they support her?  Lover���They often have.���Melbourne  Weekly  Times.  G od never  pur pride. ���  gives His power to reed  To demonstrate our absolute confidence in the ��**-�� ?neubator  w-e will send one to you, freight prepaid, and you make your first payment m Octobe ,     o  The fact.that We sell.our Incubators inthis manner g=tees *e��J- ���� Jj^teJ-.  Thirty days' trial is a delusion and a snare. - If you have good11"^ ^^ have t0 pay the  that time, and even then you are uncertain, and if you rjert *�� �� ^     epaid.   when ,  freight both ways.   But with us you send m your order and j e,      p       ^ 0ctober( xgo.f before  it arrives, if it seems all right, start your hatch  and  �� ** S ^.^ .g a good hatcher.  you have to pay a cent in cash.    We positively^^< a machine that is defective  Every machine should sell a dozen, and we .will, on no accoum,  to remain in any neighborhood. \ '  " l.v    '  WHAT SIX CHATHAM INCUBATOR USERS HAVE,TO  SAY: -  Th�� Vn 3 incubator vou sent me is ��U       j    .,h to Jet you know of mv success  Th.  Incubator  sent  �����  b  working   r-wThhte^S outol K.9 ferttta egj,    J^ ,���cubator._ Out;<> l;U .ffi.1  eiceedingly well. It H; very eiwilj  Spe��t��dVnd so f��r has requ'red attention  for only �� low minutes p=r day. The  first lot of enffs. 110. on examination 1  found that Ss'S.re net <trtlle. if����> ��*���"  ���were broken occidentally, and I had 51  rh'eks or about 90 per cent, of the fertile  2��r Th* second trial rf.U0 gave me OS  llvrnir chicken. The brooder gives  dually eood satisfaction. Th.e young  broods are doing well. Yours.truly.  J E JOHNSTON, Editor Leam.ngtou  Post, Leamington, Ont.  1 have used your No. 2 ln���.b��'{,'rJf'I  three hatch-*e, and am ��o well pleased  llthit that I ordered a No 3 which your  agent, Mr. Tumbull. brought to-day. My  tl.ird hatch came o0 yc��t��d>Y w"h. "  ch.cks out of 119 cgirs. Wo have alio a  Chatham Vanning Mill tvhioh givesi good  sansfacuon. I will not lose an opportunity   of  recommending the Chatham  machineito my friends.   Yours^.re?),eor    ���.reiuiiv.        ���-���-   ���-f -  fully, MRS. SIDNEY SMITH. Scotland, j ����j��^- CHASE,  Warren, Ont,  OUt- Latham Incuhators  and  Broody have J^-   J^S ^ ^  They are finished in anti.ue oa^ are hiuh sohd as^a^cW ^ ^ ^  amount of usage for years.    T-.ey are ^tCd   .^   ,haPs never ibefore been  regulator that  insures  a  success^hat^i.   ���   fe^ ^n take  s^h an offer as this made m  the .whole world: ^^ . .^^-'- -  ���%����&��. 2;S way to raise chichens, ^Ut^sg^your,  You will obtain all information regarding the Chatham      fe  The No. 3 incubator you sent me is all  rwht we hatched out of 109 fertile eggs,  ssaw *&������!  at the same time,  n the other^ W. ��  We recomii-eml the Ohatliam in  and  Hrooder_ to bo the tail and surest,  to  other  m-ke.     ."��0--;--01ji"try business  ul Hroocier to o�� ui= "'----. ai -nv  '."^ ����d"^TarrnCdled0'��onuyr  in   our poultry ��>"      .  which we run on a large scaleat Birtle,  keepmg Barred P vmouth B  Ducks.   Toulon   Owe   and  other   makes,  ! run on �� '"-'^CTtnnVii   Pekin  Rivrred Plymouth Rooks, ^eK1"  ?oulon   Gee.e   and   Mammoth  Bronco   Turkeys.     Yours truly,  V. A.  A^fvoBi2UIn ub"tor I bought from  ��� ii,���, recommended it to be. I  7St in 10iyegg. "-��� ��fter testing out the  P . iiiinn I h*ve I'l chicks. I And  [he msch��noS���r,t cla���� in every particular  the inaeni direct onsaro followed  oar'l'.X     nYours..re8pectftiny.   MRS.  and I nave not lout a chick m yet, a id  thev are almost featnereil. Yours truly.  JOHN H. McKlNNON, Collingwood, Ont.  Your No. S Chatham Incubator has  ���riven very good returne the llrst hatch,  ftii nt 59 e"Ci I had *2 chicks. I was  S a'���3Sof wasting the eggs and so  did not fill the machine bu ��*�������<*���  chicks rame. 1 was soiry I had not filled  it Will recommend your Incubator to  ����� neighbors.     Your��_s>ncerfly,  MAUGAHET   McIM'OSH.  A30A.  MRS.  Wniiett ood,  iprofit-  Incubator.  The Manson Campbell Go. Limited  TlWPT    36 CHATHAM. ONT.  . Manufactore^o^bSham Incubators and Brooders,  ' and Chatham Farm Scales  o  U.ntion this ptptr.  M.  CAMPBELL  FANNING  MILLCO:  Limited  ONT.  CHATHAM  DEPT. 35  Please send  your  denerlotlveCatnlO'.'ue of the  Chainara Incubator, together  tvith all information about vour  upecial offer, whereby nooash wul  be paid until Ootober, lWo.  Wttmc   .  P. O. Addreit  Jfemrtsi Railway Station. ���������'  Address all l��Uer�� to Chatham, Ont. M0YIE   LEADER
T WESTERN CANADIAN EDITORS
t a series of articles describing
♦their lives, their aims and    .
* their influence.
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No. 13.
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EVERY  INDIVIDUAL   LEAF  OF
tood
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Ceylori Tea is absolutely pure,   fresh,' fragrant, aud
cup'drawing qualifications posessed by no other'tea.     This
is why'it is becoming so,immensely popular.    Sold onlyHn
sealed lead packets.    By' all Grocers.
RECEIVED  THE   HIGHEST AWARD  AND GOLD  MEDAL AT'ST. LOUIS.
V "A/"BAILEY, V.
I    rt tor aw* Proprietor of the
''•   - '<   Mercury.
Estevan
Of-all the newspaper'men-of,the
Radian West, lew,are'more-Wide y
inown    than B.  A. Bailey, ,. ot.the
To--begin with, he
10
,,Estevan' Mercury.
' is an oldtimer.'    Since   he  came
'ftnUda In .1869  he-has been almost
-conunuously 'engaged-.in 'journalism,
' if not-always   .with , success,' at all
,   limes; with vigor:«,Among the Irater-
-, nity ?ir. Bailey will always he known
1 as'" having   started  mqre   papers   per-
'hana^than any man In the Canadian
■West, and'Uiis  distinction alone wjii
"mtitlelUmtoaplacein   this   series   ot
Mite  sketches.   ' But, iapart--' from   tins
■ jact. air.,Bailey has other <,and slrong-
'er reasons for professional notice. He
" is a man of advanced views,v and is
'  tearless and" forcible 'hi their "cxpros-
-■on    SVlnle he has given a general
"<sjport to Liberalism "in- his numer-
'  Vs journalistic  ventures, Mr.  Bailey
is'ie-rarded with  something , akin   to
"--usiiicion by many of the staid 'rank
'■■aid file"'of , tbat. party,, and to many
Conserva'ives    he 'and  his  political
. creeds are anathema" maranatha.  He
"'- helieves in government of, by, and for
■' the people, and'not in the. perfunctory
„   inaimer in which that',famous politi-
cal to-ma is usually held,, but'in all'
'.' its tatfiicaiions,- corollaries  anil ,con-
,V sc^uetices.   No v bugaboos   can- scare
'"' Btoter Mey. ^ To say that av thing
is usffinai}' or impractical'* is ho  arr
1,, ^aifflf irijlv.Wpi.^ He has read, much
'- W'lAoiighu/mucn , on ^questions ,.of
puMic government,1' and« has- reached
- conclusions there  anent,.' and« from
' meek to wcok. he * goes > ahead,    proclaiming  with  ho', uncertain''   sound
tfiose   conclusions,   and  showing  the
,ta-s   and   impeifections' of * exi&tlng
- conditions, and rhe coincidence of his
1 ue\s v/ith those of any political par-
. tr being apparently a matter of supreme indifference to him.   His is a
loice crying in  the° journalistic  wilderness.      His   is   t^.e   temperament
that delights in leading a forlorn hope
in the realm, of thought.    He is' the
editorial  knight  errant of the  Canadian West. ,   *
A   dread   of   .that    inconsistency
yhich Is the bete noir of ,the average
public man has no part orMot in   the
TCkeiip of Brother Bailey. In bis time
, h has strongly-advocated things   he
Imierly    strenuously '  opposed,   and
nt? versa. -He believes to the, full in
ih old Arab proverb. ,,that only   the
foolish   and   the   dead   never   change
teir opinions.    He does not believe
tot conversion is a monopoly of the
lalni of morals, ,bnt that it  should
«nen<l to all matters in which1 experi-
««> is throwing new'light and time
affords moro information.    One-thing
re  believes    thoroughly—that    after
, opinions   arc   honestly   formed     they
"Oiilrl     be     fearlessly    ,'advocated.
Hence, he hews to the dine, and lets
we chins fall .where they may.   <
Brother Bailey has prejudices, and
some of them he keeps well oiled and
available tor instant use. Ho has a
Profonmi distrust of anv form of au-
tocracv He believes in the distribution rath'i- than'the central'zation of
•"' forms of power. He keeps a wary
^'c on corporations and "vested in-
tcrt'sts." and flies to arms instantly
ttnenevor they attempt any invasion
of popular rights. He is t'.c cham-
'»on nt the" many against the few, of
*-'<• cl;iss"s against the masses. In
s.on i,0 ;., a ucm0crat to tho hilt.
'ui IM- ■-•ympajthics irrevocably link-
y v-'U'i those of the common people.
to his loin; years of public service he
jv tin- a season have gone aft°r
.trans;.. o0(lg—n.lve culled those he'
'?( •') tollow tho unrealizable; the
^1011,1 ,-v, nnrt t*10 vtipinn, hut none
Km accuse him of lack, of devotion;
u't,,(? H^neral good, nor of courage
•n aih-ocating the views he held., V,
,.1-rio.*- to , his entering newspaper
'"JfK.' Mr. Bailev had an interesting
,.;areer. ■ hc is-0f Lancashire, birth,
^"lK heen. born ' at..'Preston, in'. Dg-
1S3S.' He: came to Canada at
of sixteen, in 1S54. He
in to learn  the printing busi
joined and was' on the staff of the
1st Manchester Royal Volunteers, and
was drillmaster of the Industrial
School at Swinton ,
During his, military career Mr.
Bailey had by no means forgotten his
craft.'" While in'Gibraltar he was mechanical superintendent-of the Gibraltar Chronicle, 'a small. daily published by the officers of the garrison.
-=..'ln the fall-of 18G9 Mr. Bailey returned t'$ Canada, and at once , secured a position''as foreman of' the
St. Mary's-'Argus, and Kincardine Review. A little later hc- was proofreader for' the 'jobf>depaitmeiit of the
Toronto,'Globe, arid for nearly four
years contributed articles to several
Toronto ■ papers. "After leaving 'the
Globe Jhe' acquired ,the Oakville Express, '/which he - published for seyeh.
years, selling out that paper to take
the general management of the Wood*-
stock' Times. Next; we find Mr. Bailey
mechanical manager 'of,.< the Sarnia
'Observer.,, 'Prom thence' he went
across to'Kalamazoo,' Mich., and over
twenty years ago"|came,'to'the Canaj
dian West. He became the editor and-
manager of The/Mountaneer, a 10n_
forgotten paper/published at the long
deceased town/'ot Kelson, 'Man.- ,In
those dftys the,,;Mountaineer was "a
power in, the ,land, its' editor, Mr.'Gal-
brith', -being " one , of the. niost able
newspaper men of th,e pioneer .west, tt
was, owing". to " Mr. Galbraith's ill-
health'and his-being'.ordered to, British Columbia, that Mr. Bailey ' became his locum, ten ens. On Mr Galbraith's return Mr. Bailey came to
Winnipeg, and took over the puhlica-
'tion of the C.' P. .IL Register., A little
later he 'removed to Brandon, and
continued -the-'publieation of* the Register, changing. t'its name to -the
'Northwest Vindicator. .After a few
months the Vindicator 'again pitched
its' moving tent, , locating' finally at
Rapid City.-' Being appointed county
clerk,~Mr.0Bailey sold the, paper to H.
C.'.Clay, its name being again changed
to'the Rapid City Reporter, of which
Mr. Clay is still the proprietor.
In lS93Mr'. Baliey '.resigned his
county court clerkship, went to Morel en' and' there «• started the "Herald,
"which he subsequently,' sold to Messrs.
BorthwiGk"and E'ox.',His next, journalistic"'venture was .the'AVawanesa .'Enterprise,' which was a failure, from
lack' of^.support. 'He' moved5 the plant
to Emerson,,,where*.,.he started ^he
Journal. This,'too, lie sold to "Messrs.
Ballantyne and-Hartley. MacGregor
was,the scene of Mr. "Bailey's next enterprise. .At" this" point' he ,started,, the
MacGregor Heralu,1 which, after seven
years" successful operation, he sold
to,, the ■Rev.-'A-V Cliisholm. ,J His- final
•migration was to Estevan, where ' he
started the Mercurjr, which he is now
publishing, in 'partnership with his
sons. •    .^
In "the pioneer days of theLpro-
vince Mr. Bailey took an active™ part
in'-1 the organization of,the Farmers'
Union movement, and did much to
promote its success, until it., was
wrecked by the attempt to run politics and the* wheat trade in the same
groove. Mr. Bailey was C. P. R. emigration commissioner in Ontario in
1SS5, and managed the exhibition car,
travelling through the-'whole of that
province on the most successful tour
•it ever made.,        "
As may be 'judged hy the foregoing
Mr. Bailey is a pronounced optimist.
He has a boundless belief in both the
present and the future of the Canadian Northwest, and has certainly sacrificed much' in contributing to its development—developments which ,he
has done ..much to promote by his pen
and on the platform. He is one of the
most familiar figures at press conventions. His pugnacity and pertinacity
in debate being only equalled by his
unfailng <good humor.
When a woman wants to get a' new
hat she seeks,the advice of her dearest friend female, and then buys an
entirely different pattern than the one
suggested.
EIGHTY YEARS OLD—CATARRH
FIFTY "YEARS.—Dr Agnew's Catarrhal Powder/cures him. Want any
stronger, evidence of the power of this
wonderful remedy 'over this universal
disease? Want the truth of, the case
confirmed? .Write George' Lewis,
Shamokin, Pa. ' He says:, VI look
ulpon my v cure as a miracle." , It re-
leves "in ten minutes.—89
God doesn't allow the angels to ap
pear to mortal vision any, more, but
when we can see a mother an--l her
baby wc'don't miss the heavenly visitants.        .       ■      ' ■
MINARD'S UMMEHT'for Sale EYer^tert,
If we always gave the devil his due
he would own-the earth. '•
No person should go from home
w'thout a bottle of Dr. J. D. Kellogg^s,
Dysentery. Cordial in their possession, as,change of water, cooking,climate, etc., frequently brings oh summer complaint, and there' is. nothing
like being ready with a sure remedy
at hand, which oftentimes saves great
suffering, and, frequently valuable
lives. This' Cordial has gained for it-,
self a widespread reputation -'tor affording" prompt relief from. all summer complaints.       , ■ *
It is easy to convince a woman that
she is beautiful, and- a limn that he is
intellectual. If proof were needed,
then three-fourths of ,the people,in
the world would <he miserable.
Lever's Y-Z (Wise Head) Disinfectant
^oap Powder dusted in the bath,- softens
the water and disinfects.  ' '       3$
Men commit ."more.crimes than women; but at the final'judgment we fancy -sin and crime, will he meted the
same, punishment, 'and then—well, the
men won't be lonesome. ^.
HAVE YOU A SKIN DISEASE?—
Tetter, rSalt Rheum, ',' Scald H-n^.
Ringworm, * Eczema, Itch," *rBarb r s-
Itch, "Ulcers, Blotches, Chronic K^-
'sip'elas,' Liver Spots, Prurigo, Psoriasis, or"other eruptions of the; sk n—
what,Dr. Agnew's Ointment'has'done
for- others it can do v for you—cure
you." One application gives ■ relief.—
35 'cents.—S7
A' great many' of our Canadian
girls °are ■ seeking ^foreign titles by
ma.rriage,'„forgefting' that there is a
native^orie'noLler than all. Tt ois that
of "wife." ,     ' ■
tail's Liniment Cures'Burns, Etc. ■
A man can be seventeen kinds of a
sinner and his wife will forgive,him,
but lot him be one kind of a fool and
it is a' case for life atonement.
A man. thinks he knows: a womas
knows, she knows. Neither really
knows.
India Sevrlnjc Man.
Sewing is a masculine occupation In
India, and the derzie, or sewing man,
is a past master in his art up to a certain point. He is possessed of little initiative, but is a wonderful imitator,
besides being an exquisite necdleman,
and from a riding habit to a pretty
blouse or frock he ^can copy almost
anything in reason, risfcig to the high
water mark of triumphant achievement in such garments as require,,mi-
nute stitcbery and clever broderie.'
,'V'|
Badly Expreimed. ,    ,
The orator of the corner store was
giving forth his views of a popular
congressman whose" death' had been
chronicled in the evening paper. "I
tell you," he said gloomily,' "he's going to be a loss to all that have known
him or known of him. He has died, as
he has lived, unanimously regretted.",,
EnllRhtencil.
"Auntie, do you always say expire?"
;" "Why do you ask, dear?"
"Ob; just because pa-pa said you -were
one of those people who never say die."
— A. C«rtn.lnty. „ c
■Caller—T am so sorry your mistress Is
out. Do you think she will be at borne
this evening? Maid—She'll have to be;
it's my nisrht out.     .  , * >
*".**•'
win
;?;Vj       In a a^-vcar gol^-filled «••
S'.-M  ' (No." 12618)'lhe same excellent " Ryrie" movement sella
for $23.00.
RS
•i'S
Our- gentleman!s 14k.
solid 'gold,, huntingf-
case watch (Nc'12617) '.
sells for $40.00.
A'   lady's   solid   gold
watch (No. 12576) with
guaranteed   V Ryrie'.' Ki'
movement'   will v cost1'-'""'1
you $25.60. ■   '
In a a5-year gold-filled case
u(No.    122J0)   it   coits   only
$17.00.    Send for catalogue
RYKIE BROS.
' "D1AMOHD HALL"
A girl will accept almost any kind     Men and women1" arlr different  in
of a lie that is sugar-coated with com- this.   A man can be driven to drink,
pliment, but the compliment has to be and a woman can be led astray.  The.
of the right sort. 1 result is about the same:
, and protect your children by keeping in the house
Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Terpentine
f 1
The Thoroughly Tested   and Reliable
Family Medicine.
To overcome croup you' must act
quickly.,
There is usually no time allowed
for sending for doctors or medicine.
The hollow, "■ croupy cough, at midnight may'be your first warning, and
this will strike terror to your heart if
you are not prepared to fight this disease. ,   -   tt (,
It may be of-little, use to know that
Dr Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine is a positive cure for croup if
it is not to be obtained at the critical
time
1 Most persons who have tested this
treatment for croujo' keep a bottle at
hand, so that by prompt action they
can prevent, the .disease from reaching a serious stage.
Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and
Turpentine is composed of simple ingredients of unquestioned curative
power, is pleasant to the taste, well
liked   by   children ' and can be used
with perfect safety by old and young,
so long as directions are followed.
MRS. GEORGE BRO.WN, 71 Har-
bord /Street, Toronto, writes:
''Oth^csildre'n have .been very sub-
ject'to croup, and we have found that
Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine has always brought quick relief. By using it at the first sign,of
trouble the disease is ■ checked at
oncp^^We,,always keep this, remedy
in the house, and. in fact, feel that we
could not do without it. We also use
it for coughs and colds with excellent
results, and recommend it to our
friends.'V
, Dr. Chase's Syrup of Linseed and
Turpentine, 25 cents a,bottle; family,
size, three times as„much, GO cents,
at all dealers, dr Edmanson, Bates &
Co., Toronto. To protect you against
imitations, 'the portrait and signature
of Dr. A. "W. Chase, the- famous receipt book author, are on every box.
9HIF        |pa E2» 4±  B IM     Throuah     a.,   ■B'fci-lo-lhlj-'    Oom-
YOUR    ^bgy tt-^.*i»»W B^a     m|ealort    l«-lt-'r»-.-      'XA/rllt.   •*•■»«
«l«»y   Tc»t-    Full    P»rtloul«r».
Thompisoh, Sons &. Oo-\
OOMMISSION  '   MCROHANTS, '    AA^I IM IM I t*K<»s
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"VA'e seldom see the real man or the
women, even in the mirror. We disguise ourselves even from ourselves. ■
'■t-
A man will make excuses of being
wrong, but a woman will not admit
being  wrong.
I don't know what to set against the
phrase "Eternal feminine," unless it
be "infernal masculine."
«I0bc'*r
starteri
•, 'earning  the   case,  and   setting
fiv
"ess.
^'at'.simcoe""^
i-s he joined the 100th (Prince
's) ■ Royal'.Canadian 'Resiment.
<lhii". ,nT the. suppression of-the'In-
f v,
rf \vrarshe "Joined the 100th (Prince
rm«    os) Royal Canadian Regiment.
n,1-fl..,rm,t'n>'< hut. the, 'mutiny- being
Tiv-ii hetor<3 the. regiment's ar-
Cihr ^'Iiulia- did service in London,
■"Tvp-i nml Malta., Mr. . Bailey
''tirnm V in a11 these places, and was
' rtp7?M--'l,to .the rank of serze-nt, for
"r00   vr - '
I Bald? Scalp shiny and thin?
Then it's probably too late.
You neglected dandruff. If
you had only.taken our advice, you would have cured
A Clear, Healthy Skin.—Eruptions
of the skin and the blotches which
blemish beauty are the result of impure blood caused by unhealthy action of the Liver and Kidneys. In
correctng this unhealthy action and
restoring the organs to their normal
condition, Parmelee's Vegetable Pills
will at the same time cleanse the
blood, and the blotches and the eruptions will disappear without leaving
any trace.
Woman fs a slave tp fashion; man
to habit. Fashion usually improves
while habit grows worse. But you can
get rid of a habit.
Woman has rararhra-el it to
"Trust in Gol and crry your ro'.vdar
rag." And Cromwell turns in his
grave.
the dandruff, saved your hair,
and added much to 'it. If
not entirely bald, now is your
opportunity.   Improve it.
"1 n«Ts used A-rer'! Hair Vigor for orar ffl
yonri.  I am now Si yenra old ».nd haT« a heary
crovrth of rich brown hair, due, I think, an-
>r'i Hair Vlnnr."
Its. M. A. KEITH. BeUoYill*, tO.
tlroly to Aytr'i Hair Vlnnr.'
M        --     ■    -
gl .00 a. bottle,
■r'.lldrnftglat
J. C. ATltR CO.,
Txiwell.  Mail.
I was cured of a bad case of Grip
by MINARD'S LINIMENT.
Sydney, C. B. C.   I.   LAGUE.
I was Cured of loss of voice by
MINARD'S  LINIMENT.
Yarmouth.        CHAS. PLUMMER.
I  was  Cured  of   Sciatica    Rheumatism  by  MINARD'S   LINIMENT.
Burin, Nild.     LEWIS S. BUTLER.,,.
-When a girl begins to get thin,' she
always looVs around for a root or /an
artist to have a love affair with. ".
When a man swears off drinking he
saves    money,   for   then   he    sneaks'
around and drinks by hmseli'.  •
i For Inflammation of the Eyes —
Among the many good qualities which
Parmelee's Vegetable Pills possess,
i besides, regulating- the digestive organs, is their efficacy in reducing inflammation of the eyes.,. It has called
forth many letters of recommendation from' those who were afflicted
with this complaint, and found a cure
In the pills. They affect the nerve
centres and the, blood in a surprisingly active way, and the result is almost " immediately -*,e©u.
SHIRT
JMade big enough for a big
man to work in with comfort. ■
Has more material in it than '
any other brand of shirt ■ in
Canada. Made on . the
H.B.K. scale it requires 39^
to 42 yards per dozen, whereas
common shirts have only 32
to 33 yards.
That's the reason why the
H.B.K "Big" Shirt never
chafes the armpits, is never
tight at the neck or wrist-1'
bands, is always loose, full
and comfortable and wears
weTT
Each shirt bears a tiny book
that tells the whole history
of tho "Big" Shirt, and
also contains a. notarial
declaration that the H.B.K.
" Big" Shirt contains 39^
to 42 yards of material per
dozen.
Sold at all dealers but onl
with this brand:—
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Bifi
ANDREWS-GAGE GRAIN CO, LTD
, CRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
ep«ei»lty   of low grad* -wfeoafc. \Write' vm toe&u* ibripptaBc
will thow, how <w» ,cm mra 11%
Aax Bauok or. CtrmmercUtl Agency.
ORAXK   EZCHAJBCBB.     VXXKDnaa,
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.   (Until 'recently   represented by the late B.r O'Reilly,'Esq.)       ,
,   ■     r . > '   '   _- 'i ,
All kinds of grain purchased in Car   Load   'Lots.   Write us for top price«
and? shipping   instructions.'  '      Any„ grade of wheat; oats, harley or MUuij
'    ■    ■ P.   O.1' Box 629,    Winnipeg,    Man. ,
SHIP
you  get!* t* vm t« b*'»»14 «b iiriv»l «r mitm-
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mii«ioa  busl&cM,,  ia> which   w« hav« teA tt
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liberal advances.   Trades carri*d oa margins  la Wijuvlptu's' (uturaa. ,-
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.    o      ;^ GRABM EXCHANGE, Winnipeg.
M'THE' 0LDESTC^k5S9
Consign your graia to ma' and get prompt terries, careful attentlttk*'.
and kieheBt market prices. Q      Q ■£ 1 ey yr      DRAWER^
Reference—UNION BANK.of CANADA.
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MARCH-WELLS GRAIN CO.
drain in car lota bought on track or ' sold on. commission. Reasonable
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Takeone when you feel bilious or dizzy., They act di-
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THU GKBAT BNGLISU KEMKDI.
TESTIMONIAL, from tha late SIR SA.M-
UBL, BAKER, the.laTOOua Nil* Explorer.
"Newton Abbot, Devon. D«ar Slr»—I
<hftve ■ dol'aved my th».nlc« as I wlilnd to
'.eat the effect of Blair'C'PMVby a. «utti-
cient Interval of time.
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from Gout and life had lost its attraction owing to tho uncertainty of health
and sudden,, visitations of th« en«rmy
which prostrated mel for months, or weeks
according  to «ha  virulence   of the attacks.
"Blair'e Pills have rendered me immense,
service, as I no lonRer fear an attack
of  Oout.
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been comparatively fcee, as one or two
attempted visitations have been lmmed-,
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Blair's Pills.
•-   "Truly yours   (Signed)   Saml. W. Baker. I.
Lyman Soivs &. Co., Montreal and' Top-'
onto; The Bole Dtur Co:, Winnipefr; and
Marti.i, Bole & Wynne Co., Winnipeg.
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his wife  occasionally.     :     ,
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St^yjes; change   from year  to  year
but woman's way is always here.
Women commit mistakes of/the heart,
men of the head. Two routes-to the
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w   «>a   kj   rss o   s 11 sMW^j'^i,.J.>^i''ayWM)B4��^  �����i��j��i<*'^-y.|--j*y*i)Wirf-My;i;^  r*V^^afcej(e^i<rfW4W*����ils*eaH^_ *-tWBV'  ��rrV*i.1S'i-7 iWtp'AS  I'ft  u  . ,(  ygS3&BiiV ^iiintehmMMaMSi^ajHuMltalSsMfiiBaBBWsaaj  avr r�� wwimwesBB  saesuts  ssaas  If    /*  If     ���?*  ;i  t        ^  lo"  o  (    4sss5SJ5  rfEIOYlE LEADER.  ��������_  .js'iiblished in the.interest'cf tha poopla  ' ~~~~ p-        of Moyie^and East Kcofccnaj.  yablish      - ,    ���   ,  of I "~==                              ^====  P. J. SMYTH SsOO.,  Publishers.  3*. ��T.f?M  SATES OT SUEeCRlFTlOK  Oae Year ,��...,..;.- ��...  ouvenir  ��� 0 ��� *��� '������! ���-. .--; m i. -i ��� .'.---;- *  ,t     ��� ;       - -,.  We baye a fine line cf Souvenir Writing Tablets and  Postal Cards,  just in. ��� Tablets conta'ihinjz five diflerent views of Moyie, 25'cents,-35  /centi and'50^cebts each.   Postal cards  at  C' cents" eacb,  si;*:  fo? -"85  cents, wkhsi;--; different views. ' A ��� very -fjnp  Tine for, pending /y'ottr <���  friends.    Call and bee their;, '    f        *' - "��� >-���>*  o no vcn' SATURDAY .FEBRUARY ��� 18,1905;  -5ATUB  rnras  ' A m&  Movie r-  "���itgt> t.oe  raised tl  ?1160/'  ..and, ttaei  get the 3  The!i  Phomiiz  . about tL;,  Journal'  appeara*"  Boundin  i  immenGj  from it.,  P. p. Drug and Stationery Store,  >. *     ~~  " V"-^1' �� -   |  i. cro. f. ' ;  tiLiJS<''^'S4^--,"S*S~J W Udey X-odco  Ho. 44  .,       ',-,.-^i- �����..'-  Meets every l&mdav evening in their  ball on. Victoria itroet',' ��{3ojouraUi��  Oddfellows cordially invUea,   '"���������      -.  G.%", UpoTK,  ��� <     -   ?. J, SatY-rtfi j-  ���     i      Noble' Grand.1 > ' Sec'r'y.   '���  ��^Ti��t^-��wa^ivJ^'iMW^��ssvjii,.��i jummjm  55SS5  1,'  ^���=*���  ���3  ,?   "  Ti *-�����  _  5  V  <  ^S>   V  ' LafiguagHn ��� tke-:Ma3ang.'  Bec'iWitu,    noun.    A       dupe"-;"   ��  vmillible',person;   on^v/Uo  may   be  ..easilyhoodwinked.       ' , <  ', ���    Ch'ad^vick,   verb.    To   outrageously  buuco;;to, flagrantly    victimize.'  To  , shad wick .i p��r8>ui'i3 to  obtain -prop-  , <.'jiy or credit on lhe fiimsi*.j.-it e-'euriwy.  Ghiidwick, adjfc-OMvt,,    Buncoed; ex.-  ten&ively'hoodwink?-].   Alio, ,clea  , out, thoroughly mulcted.    Used collo  . quially.    "I've been chad wicked"  that  ,. is, drained of the last   farthing. ,  Colorado, verb,    To constantly dfe,-,  turb; to create cndlfiss' 'conjyoioh;   to  , keep in a turtiioil."  Used^'colloquially-  i in a profane oenco,   "We liad' a cplo-  "'    As anl    'vrado of a' lime/'-r-Ex. ���'   ���'    ������ -   <���     "'  advertisi      J'    ,'        '    ~;        ' ;   T~ '    ' ''  . body's jWv Joba ^.Sullivan- intends  to 'move  '! cover > o'J      ' to Po rtlan'd to run a^alooir during the  i America        *ill,r-, ^     ������v=^^.mm^^, .   ,  for the 8        '     <     ���    (      "ciinfoh" Sorvlces.    -9 ' ' (,  -cornpau: pjiESBYTEKiAsr--rIri "the  Oddfellows  , to. help i        Hall.'"  Sunday School at 3 p, rn:' Ev-  , pnblishii   \;Snin'g    serviee   at' 7:30.   '���     *'r/^  V' Everyone welcome. *���    : ^  I    \    ���       ',-'       .-CyMcDIAEMID,-Pastor    -  TIip Ti " ' '   ���   ' '���    ' '' ''   '  c  ,. ,    ,; - METi:oDiST--Sunday School at 3 p.  .hshedby.^   3j, ,EveniDg eervice,at 7:30 ..o'clock.   ,  i-Thockai     ^..��� Everyone v/elcomo. -,  ���facilit&t,^ ,       ���'   ��   ' LEWIS 'THOMAS, Pastor.  ���',  'ju.siueaD..-       ,     <���'      .-   --���-���-���-r "T" -  croaoodV., ����� 8tE,TmnB;i5nt True.'   ^ J{  ��� any  has1 ���     " People the-world over" were horrified  ( ��� authorize    ��� on "learning cf the burning of arpb'ica-;  . of which'    "go7 theater iu 'which' nearly  sir. hun-,  Vlhednco     dred?people' lost their  lives, "y-at more1  K P! Sir �� "than five 'times  this number or  over  -g't.I-Io-    -,3,000 people died from  pneumonia  in'  * ;.an(} %{ 'j . '-Chicago during' the  same'year, with  ���will  retrT "scarcely,,;^passing notice.1,   Every sone  'Kerald-a-    -of these''cases - of ^pneumonia resulted  ������Oranbi. -,'irom aoold'and.'oould havo  been-'pre-  . ,  ,u ,        'by"the timely'" use"  of .Chamberlain's  ��� - ' t   ' Cough Berucdy.,' A  great; many 'who  ���   Peome-  -'had every reason "to  f ear'' pneumonia  ' 'onlearui     have -warded it  off'by   the   prompt  '.^ibiW'  "use of thin remedy. " Tho  following  is  -dro   oi     'an inDtKoe-tft^ GOV.':.   "Too  much  ���   .^.nV-c    cannot pe'oaia'rff-, favor of .Chamber-  '3 000 r'-"''   'lainlo'Cough;-'ReTnedy,' and especially  rb'cafo"    for coldo'and influenza.    I know   that  '-^o-rDelY Vit cured    my   ^ftUghter'' Laura' oI  a  "oUhc-e ?eVere cold- and I believe alived her life,  ���-     n-om'icc 'when Pho'waa threatened   with   pneu-  bv the ti monia.,1    W. D. Wiujox, Logap, New  ,Coti"h B ',York' K Sold by W-'J- ^tchis0Ul  hud e-y,er' a���""-       J'"  ���_"        ^^   ���  hava    w xf YOU'HAY'E A  iiioof th    i "' ' *'    '  LOT TO SELL,  A HQUSE TO BENT,  MINING-STOCK TO SELL  Prescriptions carefully prepared.  amfum iiwiii���wi-wcfg1  M$ytet Miners^ XTriipn"  f- \ Wo-VrW, F. of m/'  Meets in McGregor hall every Satur^  day'evening. -.Sojourning ''members  are cordially invited,to attend.--    ���  John. McDonald,   .'"       li. Teiiby, '.  'President.'-   .   "       '" ���  Secret'aiv  ^^i*>^-->^-^��*����k.->��fc��^ek-^-i-^:k-��"^a. '���x-^^ffk'- ^���^���-������ft. ?^^��>S*'.,4*E>-*<!t?^?Mfc-S^-i5?I^  #,'',,,  f^ws^lrtineaii^'tot^M|Us,'     t   *&  1 .kotos,, c; .��  4    Ji^6AfflER0,N?Jigr, .  '  ',     /TOO MANY! GLAS8JE'S,T  are furnished by*  intinerant; ,p*eddlers  who'baunot make an accurate;test of  ;  the eyes and whoae stoCkjis -t.o limile/l  that pnlyin few oases can they supply  lens afc all suitable.     '��� ,'    , -     ",-��J  The result' is,that the glasses are the  cause oLmti.ch"e"ye trouble instead .of a  cure for it.   '',,'���-        *,  -      -������     __   EYE^TESTS"  ' '  '< ',  are made'here with scicntifio^.instru-  nients, and we are'able'to "supply any  reiiS'i-'equirod.        \     .,  " ��� ���' w: f: ,tatb;-:' "( ^  Graduate Optician,      CBANRROOK-.  �� M Tlie wMMivmd -Vipul.inty of S rcVliNS  Ui W&TOI b snd SHOTGUNS -.���ntlaa*4'!' s,;e<.r  n Dcrfe-tiono-.ib'vlii'lin.j.jrstcrlli'Cf risktv Yoc vulliiud  arinsbnnr\eJ"Si;.V|.-:^Vo��iii l'.:''i r.UaVoi^"id  uli'ievcr there 1". Kuntlil^.  H iT^nnBicntuT^yiris CUARAKrrvn Ft?K nitii.,  v n Il-V *nil fimo I, (>>r alj t-s^^i.nil trc-iynn jirupcitics. ,  "S       ���  ���* ���     "     6ur<,"L,lno       >.    ^.,-r  3   iurici,, from   ..^a.oo  to  SlSOr  ��    I'lotols.-fi-oni     ,2.30 ,to 50  5    Qhotcisni, from 7.50   to'        35  ,'llt'dir:.c',a\'iroi!,-K""'V;r- \. '���'';����� ^-'-.'"t :  j prepnli'. .i'P'.ii ��i"-.jj. tl   irr< ccn'sjuswripsiuiU/,I  I  (1  ���>-^-��-  -j-o-��-  a"n inslai  caunot b  Uiu'a Co  for colds  it cured  severe cc  ��� when sh'  nionia.,'  York.    ��  I'     '    -i^.;-''       ,,        ,   '  'NELSON,.-,." -  -'Bi-C  ���tl. I ��� mnq  Str Josepii's \ Convent.  '���' '���      NEliSON, E. C.",     ,  hoarding and Day 'School conducted hy the Sisters'of St. Joseph, Nelson  B.'C. v Commercial 'and business  courses a specialty. JSscellence" and  swift .progress 'characterize each department. Parents should ?write for  particulars. -'One month' assures the  public'of the' thoroughness' 'of tho  Sisters? methods of teaching. Terms  commence January, April and Sept.  Pupils are admitted during term  ,0r if you wish to invsat  in any oJ tboso oonauU  FARREUU * SMYTH.  NOTICE.  Notice ishorcby given that  thirty days  after  Tl? "V(    datowelutondto apply to tho Chief Commis-  "        Bioncr    of    Lands   aud   Worts  for  a, special  licence to cut aaQ carry away Umber from th|  following described lauds in   South  Eubt   Koo.  tcuav, Ilritish. Columbia:���  Commeuciug at a post planted  on  the  Wei>  sidoof ftlojicLakis, 147 clulus  S5 links Korth  Jl degrees 31 Miuutes West from the North  went  corner of hot 2b01, flroup 1,   KLiotcniiy  Di-trn-t;  tlieuce Wost ou  surcyed liuo -11 ouains, Uiencc  ,    ^orth 1C0 chains, tnenec Kast 40 chain--,   theuce  '    South K>0 chains *o the placo of commenee*Jiuut>  i    " Dateci this aud day of February, l?ir>.  MOYIE     LUMBER   &.    MILLlxN'G   COMPANY,  LlailTKIl.  NEW BUSINESS  COMBINATION.  JOHN HUTCHISON,  ' A. M'. BLACK.  Wg havo.formed a partnership for  tho purpo'sa of carrying on business ia  i'lre, Life and Accident Insurance!  Auctioneers and Stock Brokers.  - Any business''intrusted to us will  receive prompt and   caretul  attention  Hutchison & Black,  Least Block.    ' CBANBKOOK.  pric4*.  IKSllJt  Hli-'THI-.'UABK-Kiai out RH-'Li: J'UZZI-E!   This ,  cleverjH-.tlty ��,�� '���e,".l!<��1 X'V.1.., .^'iirriiic-t.,,, , -  ;,_ 7  ,\   '  p- o. -tii-r. ior*)        )"       ���   '('  JBLarvoy' &   HcGarter,  IA ' ft ,  ���i * '(,      *. ���-..,.   * _ ���      .,     *'    *.  ' Barristers, Solicitor-?, Notaries, Etc.  i'i, ���''-*'���'  OranbrooK,  .Wholesaiie.Wine  ��� ''/aiid  Spirit Mer-  ' 'ciiant. - . ?    - ���'  Agent for Calgary Br.ewing Co.'s-  Beer, Ale nnd Porter.  T. Label &-Co.'o  1FV Oi :-3S3  fleets   Ev��jry�� Wednesday at  8 P. M.  ' li A. KILL, ���'    " J. 3L H,1W'KE;.  ' Worthv'Pres.       i-'., Worthy'Secr'y.  i . i, /i �����     t t *    , ,  ^  ?   *  "J3: C.  ,      BAEBIHTBH, SOCICXXOn/lEXO.      -  ra       r       ���/  QRANBRtfOJi;.  B. C'  BUS. KING  ��&  MILES,  DES0-TISTS-  Will be in Moyie 11th of each 'month.  Cranbrook,  '���B,  C.  George H. Thompson,  i,:     .���''''    ��� "���     '    ������*������������-  iBABRISTISK, SOLrCITORf NO-  ci I.--'  tarv Public,'&'c. ���;*   .    /',  ��� "  '   ''"    "' l ���''      *���  '     '",''   '        ..'" -r? "*  CBANBROOk,"     British Columbia.  t   ���*>**���.  *,   BUY^YOTJIl  J'.  \'  I Thi^ Hotel Is New andvwell.X^rjDJ.s^ie.d'/'TJie  ^. .   - Tables are Supplied with"t]b.e''!Best;the  %    ,i MarKet.affords. The Bar is Filled with }  %   :   the Best Brands of ��� Liquors and Cigars, \  <Si   '  ' ' Q" - * "    . .' ���'    ,,. ,    -        ' .J   *  I , .   '"' '4 HEADQUARTERS! *?OR' CpMMRRCIA'L    ,   ���'     y  ^,      '    ��� ���  '.        AMD-MININ<>VMSK''���! " ,'     '"���'     '   '   '  n SlOYlS . *.,'>'   -- ������ -'���'"    *���     ,rr-' ,"'-*���;'     ���    .   "'"BJuxisia COLUMBIA ..  'i .���>      ,     -       ,'-'/��� ',!.- >' ���-'       ��      ��� '       .,'-'������-,. ���������;'  �����S���<arfiG��S 6������6���<6a'St^^������-3���'SS3S3>6fiiG���S��33��See-������-S*SO, -��0��.-3i^Sa'  C?-*K��1.  ;     .J'Ttie ,Most .Progressive ,;  v:,,  . Company I ,!in   Canada.  e Oonlederafion  .-'v  -  , -, *������  --I ���  ', (HEAD OFFICE TpEONTO.)  ,���'....,'.'������'' j ��� ���     j,*' ������    '������   '  ;  U   nhh Ub  J ��� '.��     /    I'  1   <  Hay and Grain,'  Schlllz -' and''  Foreign and   Domestic Wines, Liquors  ' ���" and Cigars. *   .  And Bath Boom?.  Iti ST0BTE iJuildlng.  tfirsfc Olase WorU.  ���A/Ii. FBANKLIN  FROM  A, B, Stewart & Co.  '  '      AGENTS  FOR -     '  KOOTENAY"STEAM    LAUNDRY.  ,     '       v'" and'BAKERY!  Meals served to Order.  Bread tor Sale  Twelve Loaves $1. -  R. T. HOWARD, Prop.  jwwsyimjtLin'MnjLKajezm  Liji^jn tumti rmen  ' :��� [BEALE & EL WELL/���'':  '     -;-       >   "..����� ���4-'-- - ,.'        ��    '  '6..   *  -\i���, -- '  , 'Agents, Cranbrook.  ',. -,,,'a4--- '��� ,���'  "|'.,.^l-,.?J."  --MELVILI.ErVJBARIlY.,'^'/.^'4,   ' ���' 'J.  'H -"-'��� ' <"���' * l' '-4 " '������' :��>> -v '���*-���" "' Qen'erol Agent, Nelson. ;--;��� 4i~ ':'!  .-,     *��� ^*t ''<*   \  '      ���"���' *    v.     * - _*"_ ^ 11 L        ������!������ iiiiiiiiiii   ���-.���������'i  ���!��� iMrijieg3s��p��-iJMM'm-,J"i""���-'��������a������^  t:%  WT?&  uiiiiMiiMiiwi i ��� .simwMr���^  foe" fine ^ailobing go to  'Uo   fin    B WW i ta  MERCHANT   TAILOR,  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  , Trousers,  Imported    Goods.  Fr"  MINERAL   ACT.  (FOJi^I   1''.)  ' CEUlTriCATfi. Ol*1   IMPKOVEMKNT5.;  NOTICE.  LakcUdorr'ictioa Mineral Clara,  situ-i'o   t"  (jr.-n   tho Fori S^-J'e Mlal-ig Division or Y.^\, Kooic-  '   "'      7Ja\*;'hi;Vorioe'ated:   On oa��t faido of lower Moyie  -  ,      -,   ^'H'ke NOl'ICE. that I, Thos. T. McVittie, F.  L*VC��iae       *��\-VjJ  73710,   nVei't   for the  bt. Euj.lii��.  iho Tort S    Mouutam Mim-s Limited of  Kablo, 11. V.  1-rue  ^\Vherel(   ^"V.   M.   C.    -No.   B  C0571,   intend,    ��My  ���r ,,!,��� lJt+**i   _ *.���...   .,.,.   .j    I, .-.^,.^f     1/-.  �� 1iTi.lv   tn   lllP.     Mill-  JraSPSi-U  ��?*i!'^-'l     L  .  'TW-iS* TlS,A   ���     1   "  ake snore no  m. j,-:i*njsEHf, Prop.;;  Comfortabl�� 'Booms and Good   Board  at Rjusonablc Prices.  First Olass   Accommodations ior miners,  MIDNIGHT SUPPER SERVED.  MOYIE, British Columbia  ALL   THE   TIME?  BY   US1.VO  ypl-i. ���yg-i  PREST PHOTO CO.  Ckanbkoce: and' Moyie.  l>  O.'.'Fi'DESAU'xiNIEB  DEALER   IN  h;:ra'-'F. .   section 37, must be commenced before the is-  diiysfrom   siwuee oi" such CfcrtiUcato of Improvements,  'jag Kecor .    uated this, Mth Uny oil\ov., WW.  4!greSfo?o   .   7-33 .    THOS.T.MCVITTI.E.  Alld fUl     '   lwl,|iMii��Bii / -^wmwu'"UM"1" Miiwiiimill'W^.  pection 27  : " "  jsuanecof   , ,   , "if  S��at|     TAYLOR fe DAVIS,  ^2^^- CRANBROOK.  TA       Bricklnyers and brick  manufactur-  ' ers     They intend putting a carload of  brick in   Movie   ior ��� immediate   use.  Brick  Anyone requiring chimneys can com- ^^wm  :���"���     eri..   rH  municate direct or leave orders at this  Q, Ave> MOYIE  "''  brick in office.  'French ranges a specialty.        1��*u.��suia-j ^  t^Anyonc '7"''':%....  III  1   S*   fr*  ! b s i  PBO MPT  DELI VEBY.  Soattle, Tacoma  AHI>   ALL  Pacific  Geast Points  Si, Paul,   Chicago,  New  Vork  AND  ALL   POIITTS   EAST  Palaco  and  Tours.-',  .ii3?^4'*-'i   UnfTel,  .' Libwrj car-, '-JtIti: Tm;- cot.chc.-j  .Dining   cars.      Iilci'.lii  . ���    a-.La Carte.      .   ���  Best Meals on Wheels  ' "���'�����%   Fast   Overland 6%  /trains daily ��  For Tickets,: Bates, Folders ' and  Full information, call on   or  address any   Grrat Northern Agent  or write  S G.YERKES,     H, BBANDT,  O. Vf. P. A. C. P. 4T. A.  Scnitlo,'       701 W. Riverside    Aye  Wash. Spoka.   w  MOYIE,  5. C  -THE���  S  aiOtu lit  OF.S.rtWl.Kl-.K BBOS,    L'ropB.  Lar.-o miiiple lou/n in connection  wiMi hoiuc fill- o.urumcrci.'tl men. Best  ot acoom:nc>dalicn8. t  TTc-ulq.uiirtr.rj   for   Commercial and Mining Men.  QUEENS   AVENI'E,  _^___I W.J* Jl I Tnr ~nrr "' "-4*1 p"**-an*^^"*  gSfOYIK,   B. C ..  WHOLESALE AHw.nETAIL^  MEAT     MB^OHANTS:  Fiesh and Cured Meals, Fresh  Fish, Game and Poultry. 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