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The Moyie Leader Feb 25, 1905

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 *, ' %5  ��� <?  W^M^z:  MOYIE, BrO.^BOTARY _25.��905  \fi        ^     r^^"--A        '  ~~V���',>&     f      '   ���       " *���  '     t,  S3 A YEAR  lew Jfioods!  " ��� ���'   'New' Goods! Xl  B       ^rine goods are arriving daily      ^  I      '^w before have the people      ,  11   SyS the  opportunity  of       ,  fu^ from such a complete and  S Issorted stock as  we-have  '.-QOW  031' "&&&&* - r, :  MINERS'.:.-���'BOOTS.  ^     ,��� ,rP offering a high grade'boot, well nailed,  W^tbereisn?tbingtp'beat'lt'' "      '       ���'  '    / at anything iu the ma'rket for wall paper, ��� and  Took Place at Moscow Feb, 23rde  I  jUU  I ' s) , ' '  Mangled Bo'dv was Dressed  in' Uniform and Veil  -"   '' hid Face-  Shareholders' Meeting, ,  A meeting of the shareholders, of  tl'ie Moyie Water Co. was held at the  court house Wednesday. J. A. Harvey, president of the company, was not  present,, so the meeting wae presided  over by A. V. Macdonald, the vice-  president. The old board of directors  was reelected with the exception of  Felix Eesaulnier, C. A. I'ooto taking  his place. The directors will hold a  meeting iu March, at/which time they,  will elect officers for the ensuing year  The ', company has nude favorable  pi-ogress sincefthe .last "meeting and  the outlook is brighter for the shareholders than ever before .     .,,,  A Tpnthfril Traveler., -  ' Little Elizabeth Shaw, only , seven  and a half years of age, came all tbe  way from Dal'lon in Eurneas, England,  alone and lauded in Moyie Hub morn.  inciatho best - of health and 'her*  pretty '"face beaming with smiles  Tho little girl is .'a niece of Wm.  Stephenson'find has "been adopted by  he and b.ia wile. She had a very  pleasant trip and received, the best  of .care    And 'treatment.   'Before she  | Our Spring Stock of  2K53SE3EESa;  Moscow, Feb. 23.���The funeral' of  Grand liuke Scrgiiis took place' todaly  beginning with tbc'blessingof.lhebody  at 10 o,clock, which' ceremony, was  observed at"the monast.ry wliere the  remains have been*.lying'in   etate^ -  'So far as the public  v>a3 'concerned  nothing could be seen beyond ihe carriages of those invit��l   to  the luiieral, 1^^' out ,lQ Odd Fellows'emblem,  who quickly filled the small available     ^ ^.^ lmt3> ^.ft3 ���pinned   on   hei  i /  Has arrived. It comprises  a large range of Watson &  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;  ;^.np;Oapita1$B,Tob^o.:  ' Sources' :V91.0QO,OQO" *����� *>���->  o*   ������ Ia     Present Batb of Interest 3'per cent.  Deposits Received,    lres.n -P   R   WMF  space. Alter the ble-'sing of the body  it Vas>'conveyed to the adjoining  chincli of St. Andrey,. where it was  laid on a catafalque. {  ��� The coffin stood upon a "catafalrme  covered with'cloth and gold, while below on cushions rested the orders of  the dead man.   The coffin  itself  was  covered" with a cloth" of silver, trimmed  the threo',linta, was "pinned on her  coat, and it'is needless to say that she  was landly lpoked after,by ibe members ol the order with whom she came  in contact.        -'   ,  ' < ' '  tji'  LOCAL NEWS.  ���Coleman  -NARROW 'ESCAPE;  ���'' WJt,^.a"���a���oV, Wot ��;gM*,a,c,bben ia  ���i & r.ee P. d, BOOTH at'onee arid insure VitL  - Death at Sfc  Eugene.  , r ., , . n, ^ii F..l)onually a miner died at the  covered with a cloth of silver l������^ J^u80 oI afe ���apPer working* of  wiiheremine.    ^e mangled body   ay   *���%��      -^ Thnraday  night  in' state, dressed in .full uniform hut a  veil'of fine lace coveied the mutilated  face. A .gloved hand held an inkon  of St. Nicholas. <?     , ,  ���   .Bentral Hotel /Fire, -  METAL   MARKET* ^    '  ___      , jtew   Yohk���Bar silver,' 60-}  cenlt  '���,'' \   ;   ua���   Lead, $4.20.   Zino' (spelter-) $d.7fj. ��  - The   "Coleman  * strike  -hao   been  ^^^^ ��l3, Sg.     9d.  ���settled. ;   - ' '      ���        '   , '  ;   ' An cpident of la grippe lias   str nek ^ ^^^^ l^QIlGl  town.       ___ ' ���   _^ __   ; ^ fr  Ti M. Roberts was up   frdni . Cran- -^ Maokenj8ie> au ;insanc 'man,  is  '  brook Tuesday.'                       - ���--..-.   ^-   i*:,i.-������.  Set Yoto Provisions ai the Store in tlie  Lake Shbre Addition;  y Goods,    Prices as low'as'Any;  l W, FITCH, Proprieta  TJiere is danger,at alltimesfrom  WK,YourPropeIty,Sn,Uora,,.Eo���^��-olH3TIE.'.HOE=a5  ABtttitD &, '"",  |CEAKBR00K.      ma.  STETSON    HATB'  MOYIE,  _^).,.;*-_3oeMS3rc^  W. cA,y ,*���   *��- ^ oi^^^A  do "J?aiDB  0? THE \\L_i.     -ll-J  made  Movie" had' a close call irom ( being  w'iped'out bv'flre early Monday morning.' About midnight Sunday the  chicken-house,* just to the .-reer, of  Desaulnier 'Bros;', log ( stable ��� was  discovered to bs on-fire, and the flames  were making.rapid headway.- Nearly  everyone was in bed aolcop,' and by  the time thev were .aroused the! 'ire  had'a aood liolil on the log stabl�� and  the Irfinie building between it and ihe  hotel. For. a time it looked as though  noth the ��� Central and Movie hotels  were-doomed. fortunately there wat*  a drizzling rain and when the bucket  brigade got to work it Mr as not h-Jg  in getting'the fire uadcn control ami  cit ' The waterworks werefroj.cn and  the bucket briiule alone had to be  relied upon. The damage done to  tbe property will not exceed ��100.  ,      * KOTICE.    ,  Having removed to my old stand at  the Brewer;;, I wMi to ^ nl>  friends and patrons for their past  Ivors and patronage. The same time  I wish to call attention to tnose owing  ^accounts anil-respectfully reouest  them to call and pay up,, sp-a? to enable me to fulfill  my   obligations.  _ OSSPH. HIEDEIISTABT  C^mT.erlniST1^^"   K-^eUy      the  -      ^IOt)*.el-�� KfiVOI-ltf!.,  The soothing and healing properties  ,   ,, . u.  n�� nlp��aaut taste    and  of this remedy, its yiL-auj- i^   i    .-.urmiinent cureo  nave  whe'e, It ii eipecially pri.ed bi  mothwfl of nmall children, or ooldj,  croup and whooping cough, as _ n  Xds click relief, an<l as it eoutwnj  no ooium or other barm ul drug, H  miiy*be j-iveu as confidently to *  bab>  us to an adult.    Ior    -���������*   ^ ���  Atchiaon.  the St. Eugene mine Thursday night  ofpneurnonia."l-Ieliad been' in the  camp only a short time and very little  is known ot liim. He. was not. a  member.of the Miners', tfnidn or of  any society so far 'as is known, He  *-. j was bxuicd in the Moyie, cemetery tor  .'"' 'day- 'The Miners' "Union tool: charge  oHiis'remains and looked after,tbe  burial. *>���       " _^ j '  ��� Organize Gim OIud.    ���  ,������  'r  A movement is on*, foot' to organize  a shooting club to bo known as the  MoyieBifle and Gun Club. A meeting was held hist Tuesday evening and  the preliminary steps were taken.. A'  committee was appointed to draft a  constitution and by-laws tc govern  the club. Another, meeting will be  held in the Leader' of��ce ne.-it Tues-  ,Liy evening, when the- organization  will he perfected and the' permanent  'officer- 'olectfd. The members are  enthusiastic, 'and from present  indications the club v;iil not have to  tnko a back seat for any along ilong  the lme'. ;____  ''  Regarding' Fire's, ^  Iu case of fire the key to lhe belfry  of the Catholic-church can be found al  the kootenay  hotel.  Anyone having fire buckets in their  possession should return them to the  fire hall at once. These buckets were  bought and paid for by public subscription, and out of the oO purchased  only about a dozen can now be accounted for.  sale  ���b  Sight Hour Bill "Killed,  A. E. Smith was up from   By an   Uie  first of the week.  ' Jake Fink and Cecil Brest ot'' Oranv  brook were io town between trains  Thursday.'  ��� The, aemi-aiinual election-of the  Moyie Miners'union will b'e held next  Saturday, March   4th.  .      '     '�����������*  A J. Fleramfuguof Eernie , is' now  working iri B. Campbell &, Co's   store  1   J.'j.Murphyis" in   the"  Cranbrook  hospital siilferihg' witli  an   attack   of  tbe gnppe. '        _ <���  .*��   .  Tho=e from Movie who attended the,  Hos-iJ^I-avnival POy it wae -ettor  thitivear thau'evdr beforp.     '(J     .  Arthur D.andmand and si-��tei .returned from Borland; whe.r. they  were attending "the caieiTfih.  .The people ivive been I reated to.s nne  balmy sprini; t/e.ither during the  weolc.v.-hich is indeed a ccntrast from  tint of last ��� wc*l:',  ���I'he Movi - dancing olub ^ave their  rcgulji-ThurBd-iy niSHt dance in the  hall, and rhero was a.viry goo 1 attendance.  The Moyie llido and (tun club h.tld  its first shooting match yesterday  afternoon at 'the silo ����" 'l'lic Plirk"  Mitchell sawmill.  Willie Whitehead wliils slrr-tiag l.:at  ,8iindtiyfell and hurt himself quite  '-.eriouDlV. He was taken to the Cranbrook hospital, and ia siill there but is  recovering and will soon be out again.  Sam Spears who has been employe'd  by B. Cimpbell& Co. for several  months past, has accepted a portion  with the East Kootenay Lumber Co.  at Cranbrook. He will bo in charge  of the company's supply   stoie.  at largo and is supposed t'o 'lip   hiding.'  from  imaginary pursuers Bimewhere  in the vicinity of 'Moyie." MacKenzie,  came from  Cranbrook, about, a week  ago and applied tV>V.B.  Stone,  who;  .runs the St. Eugene boarding    house,  foi-owork.   StorTe gave, him a job , dny-  'ing his team and the   man, seemed  all  right until Friday .morning.    Yester-  ,   day morning he declared someone was  .   trving to Icill him and he came  ruuu-  -   ing c'iriwn the   lull like ^ wild   man, .  jumping over"fallen tree's and embank- ,  'ments. . ko went-iuto thb^anhattan,  hotefaad asked 'Chas.  Arntttrong   to_  hide him.   He seemeci  perfectly sane  and   Armstrong   advised him    go'  to  Godstablo Bouth   for _ protection^  He  left the hotel and when   last seen   he  was headed towards Cranbrook.  hour  the  Jaca*  o ;,THD  UEH'Q  l?UBHi8HESS.  Canada  ' '���^BJTJS-z.'JS- ^,-x^r. & -V-  '^^^ ^      '     ^  S  ��vr -si  7$-  BSFARTSSKTo.::   ^^^-^^IS!B^'^i��fSBaSSa  deposits of $1.00 or upwards received. ���' ;     ,     ,  -:7'    y  ' There -la rip   better   iiive^n^t .^  Bank deposit.  '      Once opened iig^3 tether added to  or  ������'    : Interest Sllowcti at  current  piounded twice a year  ���.sc i J"u**  ratp.'s.  not.  end   <5o^::'  I  ���*1  ���3  Vi ������>  Do Your Glasses Suit?  ,.    If not, when  in  C'anbiool:  call in and lei's examine your  eyes.    We'  have   the   latest.  instruments   for;    vveasuring.  eye   ��� defects,'-':' Wo;6 tect   on".  scientil'c   ������-. principalis No  .juess work here,   ^  charge  for examination.  Board of Trade;  Iho     .annual, convention   o  Associated Boa?i!s ol TrcJe_v;as  the  i-eld  Tbe bill to enforce tho   eight  day in   emeltera   waa   killed   on,  Sewndrciulina>'.!*V^^or-^ev  day by r. votcoliCtol-^ ^  *1.r.,V>"r''^i"KaT'0ll|!1'"("''  Man/ptopl^   cuAer   for  years   from  l.ilcl*,.-.iitionaiiis,amI prefer to    do   so    ^ _       ^  rltl^rthan take the ^l.���^^  Cianbrooi: and Dr. Wait, F..t   Steele  I .....I       prCS1_  io    iTcl'wn   Wednesday.    From   East   ^ ^^  ,. .  Kootemo wcrc ihofoUowinE^li''^31;^. Vho plainti' ,.l:��'.!,.!(i,.bwi given  Dance Marcli 17th;' '  A number of the miners working at  the St. Eugene and some persons in  town aie arranging to give a dance in  the Ei-gles' hall on the evening ol St.  I'd trick's Day, March 17th- What-  ever money is left ' after paying  eipcnseo will be applied to the debt o��  the Catholic church. , Lunch will he  served in tlie hall, and tickets   will  be  $1.30.  The ladies have postponed their  dunce- in aid of the Fire. Brigade" tc  Easier M'.nday. April 21th..  Disney Is' Hon-Suit'ed'.  ~   '"-      ���  The action of Bert.Dianey, of, Moyie,  in which" hc claimed, $3C0O damages,  from the Moyie. Lumber, & Milling  company for personal injuries received  at tho company's mill on. tho 9th of  ! June List,.was djamVsa^j? witl\ coats M  J the buprocsq qo1urt,i*iitin&'' iu Nelson,  ' At ithe cocolftsiqucl, tho, i^laintiff's  case JoaeuU ..a^-rl'-COR teha,lf of the  detomlacis, Kn>"0d '-uv.-pn:-sell on the  ���rrok:nd3 tha',- ll:o ::ot:co required to he  ���^--:. under the act.qf ihc occurrence  Jnim-. Cronin, Moyie v.   E    Eeattie,  U-,iB,,y    ^"cciuc-- Sr'Sm' pam   G. O. Buchanan was re-elected  knowms tluio  ��iui -   r ;it*    *��o      1 MacEenvie,    cs  may b'J had bimply. hy aPP^iaB  Chamberlain's JMi.i LMU" ^ w-th-  out ta  For sale by W. .'.  j  F--, tVS ���.'���'PlNKiH^^i ..Rflanayer.       "^  ���.'.  ' ',  ''���'���''   ' ��� ':^^^-~^��(i:=^��-;cfa-sfes^'a  Jeweler.  t��, ii WILSON,  OBANBBOOlv, B. C.  dent *-r-d A. 11. MacKenv ic,  treaaan.-i  r  Theis v/aa 'luite  on   vt!-0  13. i'- SMAi-jr.. Hiiinnisort  Good rooms, goodjjtableaiand  bar,  ' and first class>ampla rwiis.  tunc, ..nd that tho   i> bin till"   bad   not  made out a .prim.v .la?^  t;il!ie'     .     ,  5. S. Taylor, K, C. u?5pc;t::ec?ntrar.v  scretr-iy | ^^^ b,;t Mr> jUBliU8 vj.^.^ aunounct-ii  Ithat   he   agieed    tilth  -M% ���_ Martin's  ,       ..      , 'contontion,.    He u-giet^ed the unfor-  B,ailv7ay    ACGlCLeiV'.*       _  itulj:v't;3.,,dd<3l.t)'aut.tho--ght;t.hat   the  ��� ' "Tiegai notice had,n^t b^ec, g^vor. as, re-  serious .accident-i (n��IV,1( aur\, Lui'l.ile^aitViiaa. hot been  coad'diwi'c- r^!-^-:V ^���?^^d1 ioy  Ti'v'~VVi<Hmca or. Uie^l^nti'V, his lord-,  ship "thought; \xaSino sat;sMctory, and  ho would -allow ..the *pplioauon ,vJor  nonsyit S'.-.d cliocp.:EC  Oe. action   V7,th;  cc^ts. ���-     ; _... ___..'._ :..' ������ :  ���. ',       .... '��� 2'ior:y-c^. .   ���  Tt>ko    i-.ctico. ��� that1 .arijrohe  cutting  uinf lakiug   -away  Mirih^r   from   the  Aurora property-on  tbo  tvest  side  o  thelakc will be prosecuted. tg  the .Ifu41.  extent of *.hc law.        THO&; BA.Ul'.B.  ���OH  I . betwoeh Nelson- and  Proctor last Monday morning- The  coach-ol the irain which was run . to  connect with the Crow's'Nest boat deft  therails aud.ttmisd /complete4.'/.oser.  There y/ers 2T;paSscngors, and^tr-ango  to say none   werb   ser-ous.;  injui'E  I gUBSOMBB FOB -.THE   LEADER;  f  o-  S  r' ,      ^  .O     I  .{Vf".]' ...    ,    ��.-   -  i"   v- , .   '-nit  Hi      i\   r\     .     1    rs.<      ......       ... .,"   .... *&  <��� ;_w . 'V*.        "v*1' '     ' - V  -\3&  ft'ri ... tf&di- *V1"' ,*.'^.i  ,V%AVv,',,''c},*   "S'.",'.,"X'Mtl  C '  C. 'Z, f i. -' -^ ,f .  ,<- -  1  ������U i^-<".i tt'-. i-^iK��. V--1!  iK1 ' V'^V.?   ^^,i"^S|  -SJ.' *-     '���     f        ��   j."   Bf  *'jV., -'{���':��. *^a  ���is*  i'/K '  '-' >-*.',  FA 7  V, i'' ��*  �����)*}*>-  '     '#-1'"'  ' *,    \  ;^*f,  1   -V      .      I  ' (  X   1  w,\    -  1���  ^J  f *  ��'\t  t**.*-  '4  xZ-\>  -'..;->.^!>-  .II.'.1- /-.-*  -wc u&ti&<i&t  . i,m:   v#Mtw^^^^if^kf^^^^r\Arj^psffKiv'JMi,^ti.  ���^ijSJ^LSSS^A^^&isc^tTiir'v-ii/ '������si.'  TV77  IT WAS NOT  A FAITH CURE  DODD^S  ,  *  i    "   '<.*-.  '    ,4  il    e.  .' i<  \   ,  .-'. \i  ���<kAh&A'.   A if,  �� t  . ublish  7. .T.BU  Oao Tea-,  ?ATUB  A irf'J  Moyie a  ".lift t,��e'' '  raised tl  111C0.''.  and thes,  get the j  The '''  Phouniz;  . about tb'i  ' Journal'.  appeara',.  Boundai;  immenGci  _Jram it.;  KIDNEY.    PILLS.    CURED  MRS.   ADAMS'    BRIGHT'S  DISEASE.  productive of unpleasant it not danger-  ous" results."  as   a*  list   of  WOULD  PROVE A  HINDRANCE TO  FARM   IMPROVEMENT.  It   I.  THE ART OF SUCCESS.  Gettlns  She   Did   Not   Believe   in  ii  has/  rem,'<  '"' 'As anj^  c advertisi;  .. body's M*  ., 'coyer ,oi,  -, 'American  , for the &7.  ���', company  , to help ti  .pnblishii'.'  v *  The H.  .lished by;  ���VTlio'chai-  ���fneilihite.1,'  . buSm'eap/  -oreaaed't  '���"���.'.U'.horizci;  . of which.'] -  ". The'jnoo',.  X, Tl Sir,  . G. T. Bo|;  ' -and M  ���will  . herald a?(  ,-'������Cranb1."  " if  r-\'        !���  . j ,r*  i, /i\  t People,  on learui',  ' go' theater-'*'  ' dijcdopooi  ' ihjn five  ' '..000 pec  Chicago '  scarcely  of these *  Irom a cc  '   'by the ti  Co ugh, B  had ever.  have    w.;  use of th  fin in star  caunot b.  ,    Iain's Go,.  for colds .  it cured  severe cc  when shi  monia.,'  York.    ��  IF T  Ft  osin..  lakeside;  the Fort S  navDistri  ^\ylierelc-.  TAKE i  '  K. .C. Ko,  Mountain  Miners    1  ���fcljra  F-s.  ..'��� duysfrow  Vr.2 Kecor  for' the Pu  the above  And im  section 37  suanc'.ii o.  Dated tl  V-33  ���yy  TA  n   Brick  ere. s'FJ  dekidjj  Them,   but  Today She  Is Strong and Well.  Collingwood. Ont., Feb. G.���(Special-Mrs. Thos. Adams, who moved  here about two years ago from  Burke's Falls. Ont.. one of the many  Canadians, who once had Bns��*s  Disease and are now strong and well.  Like atl the others she was'.cured by  Dodd's Kidney Pills. -nValid "  -I   was  eight .months   au   'n^al^a'  Hivs Airs   Adanrs^"and no  one  can  Su%u2 I suffered.   My' doctor said  T  had  Bright's  Disease.-and   Sciatica,  ney Pills a trial.  n, but I 1  ���en but  hem I w  e  had  g  used Dodd's Kidney  them, but I thought I neve^, would^et  bettei  J^jSkd ^^%^ siuce  ..������,i nnriri's Kidney PlHfl. ,  Ke'nbu   Sr taking thteejy-  of "hem I was able to. do my wort  I  FITTING  A SKIRT.  Lemon Marmalade.  L^mon marmalade is liked  change from the customary  preserves, and a good way to prepare  it- is as follows: Slice twelve good  lemons and remove the' pips, lay the  sliced fruit for twelve hours, or, till Uie  next morning, in six to seven quarts of  water, and boil this all gently together  for'two bours, and again let it stand  till next day. - Then weigh it.' add an  equal weight of sugar,, for each pound  .of pulp and boil all together till clear  and beginning to set, when it should  he potted and tied down at once while  hot. , '   ' Trnnlc   Cover*. '  ���Trunk covers are useful even to the  stav af homes, who. for lack' of wardrobe accommodations, resort to trunk  room for storing .-clothes. A- sunple  cover is a large oblong, denim one. One  seen recently was in red, the edges buttonholed all'around In white long and  short stitch and a large Initial worked,  to come on the top of the trunk.. Ibis  not onlv covers the trunk when closed,  but is'useful'.to throw over trays, of  (he open trunk' when one is interrupted in process of burrowing or packing.  'of   Value    to  A    Hint    That    May    Be  the' Home.. UrewunixUier.  ' Mrs. Howard, a designer of costumes  in Chicago, in an address to a convention of dressmakers, gave a hint that  will be of'value to women who-make  'their owncClotb.es at home.  "\lmost every woman has curvature  -of the spine," she said. "She sits unevenly, she walks unevenly, and the  two sides of her gown cannot be mad.  just alike. I'call .my customers, my  patients, and I study them easily.  "Ko two things are more alike than  dressmaking* and .architecture, and of  . the .two dressmaking is the harder. An  /���architect, can carry out his plans exactly, for'in building be uses such un-  clumgbable   materials   as   brick   and  -Btone.   A dressmaker can never picture  a model and build up*a gowmexactly  dike i��  -Take a velvet gown,  for. in-  Btunce.     There   never  was   one   made  that looks like tbe .design, the velvet  is so unmanageable. ��� s  "in fitting a skirt I use a plumb line-  that is a blasting thread, run down the  Srti exact y in the middle. This line  tides me o that J am not tempted to  , p In 5ie skirt backward and forward,  ' to make it fit,- as is so often done My  piuuib���line must-be kept-straight al-  '   'Wuse"tlie plumb liuV.home.dressmak**  . ers,/.an'd get the hang,of  your skirt  straight. , _s : '  ,' UTILIZING A' WHATNOT.  I-   How'to T'rnnWor... One .Into a PrettT  .     .   . ��� China   Cabinet. . ,  woman   recently  dis-  MEN"WITH  LONG  HAIR.,  Were ' First  When ' Brltlnh    Soldier*  Forbiaaen to Wear Carls.  Matthew of Westminster tells us that  in! 1127 Henry I. ordered all the soldiers bf England to cut their hair a-  If the efforts of certain parties are  successful,   the    farmers   of    Canada  will have to face a very unjust and  burdensome tax.    A movement is on  foot to have fence, wire,  which ; has  for a number of years been admitted  into the country duty free, put on the  dutiable list ���   The,grades  sought to  be affected    are    galvanized iron or  steel wire No. 9, 12 and 13.  Practically none of these are made in Canada,  and  since  enormous    quantities    are  used each year in replacing P���"tive  rail, structures,  and  enclosing prairie  farms, the injury that a duty would  impose   upon    the ,  rural   community  could not be readily estimated.      ---  Since  the   admission  of   wire   dut>  free,    Canadians , haye    enjoyed    the  benefits' of  cheap  fencing  of  a  ^eiy  desirable Qklnd.     This, has   not   only  vastly improved the appearance   and  value of hundreds of farm houses, but  it has added immensely to'the comforts of winter travelling over roads  that were formerly very often impassible on account of snow blockades, lo  put a check upon this sort of improvement by- a tax that could work only  inlurv  to   the   rural   population without benefit,to any other class of people would be indeed a serious matter.  Besides working an injury to the farmer < the   fence-manufacturing .mdus-  trv Would be'demoralized. To increase  the cost of wire, both  fence production    and .consumption would be reduced,     and      farmers      everywhere  throughout Canada' would ,be  hindered   in   making   improvements, upon  their farms.     ' - - ���-."-,  With  KM\r  Breakfast  proper length and not wear, it like wo-  TOO   GREAT,A  CHANGE.'  '  -How' did :you '��n3oy'    Uidse^   two  weeks on your farm In,, the, country?.  Sot as well as't,had tonected    ,1  Tu^^y: in the reign'of W   ed-exercise  *"fc .   . v...��*��      man nf, ,  o^^^^arsr^tu^c^ile^ahd  Young  men,   he  Ham  the  red  king.,  says, then endeavored to rival women  In delicacy of-person, v  ?ait,  to mince- their  to walk with loose, gesture and  blLnehn<din 1102 enacted that 'clerks '  ���who'had long bair,sbould be compelled  to have it cropped so _as to show part  of the ears and the eyes ���lham ��f  Malmesbury does not m^n tte edg  of Henry I., but he relates that In 11-8  a certain 'knight' ^ prided' h^t  on the luxuriancy of his tresses jhaying  dreamed ' that he was ?ttangled' by  Wm.'cut  them   off   immediately   on  ^Thkf example/   he    adds,    spread  throughput  England,   and   almost  all  ".Your'accustomed exercise?        ,  "Certkinly;'*    dodging  delivery ^ag-  onsAstreei cars,-and automob^  jumping over'holes in the street  LA   GRIPPE'S   RAVAGES.  The   Victim's1' Left' Weak!   Nerveless  -    and a  Preylto,-'Deadly Diseases^  La   grippe,,  or   'influenza,  mliary'meh Sowed their hair .to be  Soppel-a proper length. But, alas,  1   yi ---      *- ���"nue long, for  who  tws decency did not continue long, for  An   ingenious, ,..,-. ,-,������th  covered a new use for her grandmother's old corner .whatnot" that had stood  of ^the  Koa"rcelv "a'year expired .ere all  EoSt themselves courtly lapsed Into  ISformer folly,' and,,those who had  no natural curls -put on false ones.-  LLondon Standard;     < ^    ��� l  1       A' Taite For' Je-vfelfl.   ,     '  , M. Carcen'at,'a jeweler, in, the.RueLe-  courbe,, discovered thati a .number of  pVecious stones had disappeared from  5 s stock and at once reported the mat-  which  mams.    You   are     ui .  strength enough     to     ^a^���t   aud  S?s ^^-en^eakened.^and  you   fall   -        ,..4..���  monia;    ,, bronchitis  rheumatism,  or  rackin  bles. " Dr.- Williams  NothlnK    More    Than  Along With People.  "What a fine fellow Percy X. ls!" remarked a business man', one day to a  lawyer friend. '    .���_    ,  "Yes" rejoined the lawyer,  "he is.  But he' has been with the K.'s," naming a great corporation, "for'ten years  now, and he is getting,only 5150 per  month.  He has a wife and three children, and*; with their tastes, I'fancy  they have all they can do to live comfortably. He ought to be earning more  with his "education and capacity.."  "Why doesn't he rise faster?"   ,  "I'll tell you.  Hc- doesn't rise and he  can't rise until he learns ho;w to get  along with people.   He can't manage  men at all. If he tries he gets himself  disliked, and he keeps them in a constant state of irritation." ..    -  ��� A similar conversation waa recently  overheard between two business men.  Said one: "I hear that young Paul G.J  only   four  years  out ,of ��� college,   has  been  placed   at  the   head  of the   T.  branch  of the ,Y.'company.   I didn t  know he was so smart   What is his  strong point?"  "He is a great fellow to get along  with'people,"-answered the other man.  "No man' would of course be put in a  place of such responsibility without.ln-  tegrity, fair quickness and ability and  a1'good education. But there are scores  of men wko,have all of those qualities,  and yet they do not,go forward because they, cannot exercise authority.  If they receive any they either-make  the men under them cross and restive  -by petty tyranntcs^or else^they are too  good natured and lose; the respect of  the men, are imposed on by them and  don'f'get good work out of them. It  eeems.to be the rarest thing In the  ���.world to find,young men who have dig-  'nity and keenness enough to maintain,  discipline and yet can make'their subordinates bear, the yoke cheerfully and  render good service."    '<,       -...       '  A third young'man was characterized by the'president of a great railroad thus: "I. haven't had a chance to  talk with him'and find out how much  he knows, but I-have watched'him several times-as he manipulated a gang o��  men and he has-for'weeks managed  'themwonderfuUy. We have rarely had  a man In our employ (who could get so  much work out of, atlot of men and at  the same time could'keep them so de-,  cently good tempered'/'-Independent  Vt/i-fcH    Your��Dinner  Vi/B-tH   Your   Suf>F3<  rFVl ON TEA     Pure and Delicious.    Black,   Mixed  Jand Natural Green.   Sold only in Sealed Lead  Packefs,     By  all  Grocers. ,  "RECEIVED    HIGHEST    AWARD   AND   G'OLD    MEDAL/AT   ST.   LOUIS.  THE O'GORMAN   MAHON.  '   ��� -7  He   Swn*csered   Off   to   Death   ns   He  Hurl  Swacgetcd TlirouBU  Life.  The   O'Gorman  Malion , was - about  eiglity years of age wbon I met.him  for the first 'time.   One could still see  what a lion of a-man he had been.'. He  was over six feet high.    He had_sti.ll  an immense mane of snow white hair,  and he had a long, white beard    .The  rface was long and horse shaped,-the  eyes were still bright and fierce and  defiant, and the 'voice had a,deep note  like the roar of au enraged lion. . lhe  O'Gorman Mahon was the very pink  of    old    fashioned  courtesy,���<but, one  could easily  see what; a, man ho had   ,.'_  HIS  SHAR#��'  OF  TROUBLE.  "Things are very dear?' said tlie dissatisfied, citizen.  '    -  "Yes," answered  Senator Sorghum;  "but we are all feeling-it alike. I can  remember the tim'e when \ otes could  be bought,for a dollar    apiece   that?  can't be bought now at any price."  VVHERE THE EXPENSE COMES.  She���I suppose the first cost of an  automobile and the repairs o'aii up a'  lot of money?,./. >  ���  He���Oh,. well,  it  doesn't , compare  to tlie' amount we have to pay out for  fines! ' ,' ,   ,  DRUGGING CHILDREN.  nerves are P^--^--^  deadly-pneu-.  a consumption,  kidney  trou-  Pink Pills never  labor:  Dies. - X"..   ** ----.-   jjeastrous after-ef-  ^ail; 'oflTgrippebecause  they  purify  fects of la grippe   "^ us'poison-,  tbe ^od and sweep away usj ^  ous germs.   -Even   oo  warm, rich  ,fed*  Wooq, 't* of  health-and. healing to   every  p   ^  the body.'   This w Provea  of Miss Dorsma^lAnsloi^P1^ e  ter to M. Raynaud, commissioner of po-  11 on the' visit' of the latter , to" the  r" I shop, In order to conduct an inquiry,  It   *���tn\ ne once struck by the chatter-  iu   a   corner   01 -u���   attic   for   many  moons, and possessors of sum ar obsolete pieces of furniture may be interred to know'how she transformed U  * -.to a pretty china cabinet.   Sho first  '      e   it  a   bath   and   good  scrubbing  with hot water and soda. This process  removed most of the paint, and what  remained on was sandpapered to facilitate its removal.   After it was thoroughly dry a couple of coats of white  e  amel paint were applied and all the  iUle knobs silvered. Tiny silver hooks  were screwed in the under side of the  shelves for cups. A plate rail was add-  el at a small cost before the cabinet  was painted.    This china stand occupies a corner of the dining room m the  iwner's country house, and its absence  -.<>�� color serves admirably to set off the  delicate ware displayed on it.  A white china cabinet does not ap-    vucinating   character   as  petite all tastes nor harmonize with    wcak  llterary  productions,  was. ongl  ah   dining   room   furnishings    but   tt   nated by the poet Pope.  He applied tt.  would be just as easy to transform a j t    some puerile verses that had been  to a golden or quartered oak   wltten by au obscure poet, one Am  be was at once struck by  ing   of   a parrot,  which   was   moving  frfely around the shop, and It occurred  to aim that the parrot might be the  thief."   ne  accordingly  communicated  nis'suspicions* to the jeweler, and the  hitter while stoutly maintaining the in-  noScI of the bird, agreed to have an  emetic administered.  .The  resutt was  that  the  parrot disgorged  ovei   ��200  worth of diamonds and precious stones  In future the delinquent was chained  to his perch.-Paris Cor. London Tele-  graph.              -  ,  Nnmby  Pamt>y..  The  term'"nauiby   pamby,"   which   *-~ ko nnniled to a person or.  well   as   to  ome/Que., wno s**-*    ���       ffg t   ot  atitaS ^ ^^acked S .pains in  ^ery pa" oT\ue l^y., *��^^g  completely toiled me.    I  Vet  headaches, was subject to ^  the least exposure  and grej ^  ^L^^re^a^lTriedBevetal  trade   as   dressmaV  nr   Williams' Pink PiUs*   I ��*  medicines   without the  slightest^*-  cess  take Dr.  wu,mii��pnYadvIce, and the  ed upon his ^Udvlce,y    ^  Willi  lis e  rapidly  pills  me.  aches  and  am    again  health.    I am  ers   from   la grippe  My" strength returned, the head-  Uy SLcoirgh disappeared, ^andj  e will use Dr. Wil-  Hams'- Pink ���^^��j��%$&  SrtKroe��spemany,peoplea  ^^niam^n^UUsc^llthe  common   ailtnents^due   ra %   anaemia_  watery-  headaches.  ^^ide^s, aSindigesthm.  sciatica,   ner-  whatnot int  -cabinet as into a wbite one.-  OEagle.  1  -Brooklyn  DRESS   HINTS.  A faded cotton dress can  white by boiling in cream  water.  When   milk   is   spilled   on  be made  of  tartar  brose Phillips, addressed to the children of a peer. The first half of tbo  term is meant as a baby way of pronouncing Amby, a pet, nickname for  Ambrose, and the second half is simply  a jingling word to fit it.   a  A  Slntrnlnr Plurnl.  In a little pamphlet called "Better  Sav" Mr J. C. l-'ernald recalls the dispute of two friends as to whether the  1 word "news" was singular or plural.  They telegraphed to Horace Greeley  the question, "Are there any news?  Mr.  Greeley  promptly  returned  rheumatism,  uuo^���   general   ����  pecial  ailuiedntsn0thatke _  neuralgia.   raeu���,lw"^ess  and   the  vousness.   genera^ weakness^a^  ^  vou  s  and women  growing  , Labor is the ornament of -the citizen.  ���Schiller.    ' ' ,    .  . Labor,, wide as the earth, has its summit in heaven.���Carlyle.'  Learning is"pleasurable.; but-doing ia  the height of enjoyment.���Novalls.  H What is there that is illustrious that  is not also attended by labor ?-Cicero.  ,  The fruit derived from labor is the  sweetness of alUpleasures.-Vaubenar-.  gu'es.  ,      * * ���       \    > -      -     '���      o  '-  The lottery of honest labor, drawn-by  ���Time, is the only one whose prizes are  worth taking up and carrying, home.-  Theoddre'Parker. ' . '  Labor is the talisman that has raised man from the,savage;��tkat has given us plenty, comfort, elegance, instead  of want, misery and barbarism.-Mc-  Culloch. ' j_  A Story ot Senntor Veit J  The late Senator Vest of Missouri  used to say that the hardest question  Se ever was called upon to answer  was put by the Rev. Dr. Styles, pastor  of the Presbyterian church at Frank  fort Ky., m which the senators father   and   mother   held   membership.  Mr. 'Vest met the ��lf��,���a�� .^J  souri and'the preacher said. Wen,  George are you yet within the fold,  of Se church! and do yon still remember the teachings of your good father  Jnd mother,  long since dead  and in  could easily ���,.-..,,  been ' He was the great duelist of his  day' a'"survival of,the, squires who  live'in'the,pages of the chroniclers of,  Ireland before the Union. He.had,  been out dozens'^ not scores of times,  and there was a story of his fighting  some three duels all in a morning. -  It was curious that he stuck to the  old dueling gospel to the end.   I never  saw .a, man. so .disgusted  as  lie was  when he found that Mr. Parnell^would  ���not send  a 'challenge-to Sir -William  llnreourt'for some* Insulting language  which  Sir  William   had  used to  the  Irish' chief.   I .can 'still/recall ,the scene.  It took place aPone/of the',tables in  the tearoom of the, house of'commons.  The old warrior"turned up'at the. consultation, looking dlmost radiant.    He  sniffed the dueling ground, from afar.  Some two or three of the then young  'colleagues   of   Parnell   were   present  'and this idea-of a challenge appeared  to their modern  minds, of course   as  something grotesque." But The O'Gorman Mahon had come in pertect faith  that a duel .was .a-certainty, and his  long, horse shaped face became visibly  onger. as rdrnell calmly said that he  did not regard dueling as rational  or  necessary.   The old gentleman was too  nohte to express his real feelings   but  the pained'silence which, followed the  ahnouncement  of   Parnell -sufficiently  rnvpnled what he felt. >,     ,     ,   ..ij"  *  'Dvfnglbe all night.sittings of the,  .eighties The O'Gorman MaUon was a^  wavs in his placed He made it, almost  rSnt'of Canity-, .never tobe^bsent.  , wlfen ,any such wor^was1 goin|   Ho  the same suitor cioiues >  ,The mother who, gives her little on��  "soothing" stuff when it cries surely  does  not  realize   that  she is simply  drugging   it   into 'temporary   insensl- ���  bility with' a poisonous opiate.    But  that' is .just what she is doing.    All  the   so-called    "soothing',' ,  medicines',  contain, poisonous opiates;    they   are  all' harmful���some   of   them .danger-,,  ous,   and .should   never, be given to,  children.. Baby's 'Owja   Tablets,  are  sold under a positive guarantee that,  they   contain   no    opiate, or  harmful  drug    The  Tablets   speedily cure all  stomach 'troubles, ^constipation,  diarr- ,  hoea,' and simple fevers;   they,break,  up colds, prevent croup, enso, the pair,  of"teething, .and, give healthy, natural  sleep.-  When   little   ones   are   cross, ,���  peevish and ailing, 'give thcny-Baby*  Own Tablets, and, you will find there*  a smile in, every, dose.    You ��� can get  the Tablets from any, medicine dealer  or by,mail'-at 25' cents a box by bribing *the  Dr. ,Williams'  "' ~     "  Broc'kville, Out  Medicine '"Co.,  .     ���','  MISERLY. �� ' ',  ���   -sourboy' isn't very ^ popular/'    r^  marked the optimistic ,onc.      Bjit He (  critic, "but I never-heard of^ his let  ting any of if out.". , ,      . , .*,   r   MhrIc JMiit���Dyspepsia" is a foe  which, men are constantly grap-  but   cannot   exterminate.     Sub  d��cd,   and   to ,.all  , appearances__van-  qulshcd'in   one,   It  Williams  is printed on  heaven where I feoon expect to join  SSmT' Now, what shall I tell thjjj  about you when we meet, about your  jKtian life, your dailj-walk and  conversation?" The senator declared  be felt himself growing pale as h.  annoC geV the, genuine   waiked away without even attempting  the  you  even to their doctors     But cmy  genuine pHl.  ca^o ths,   and   ^  should  see ^hat the  iv11 peQple  Williams   P^l!jfr ���per around each  rr.�����^" was a curious-light  Sored heavy tweed.   Bomehoj.��otb-  er it seemed to accord with th* wb  mane and the white beard. -He also  was a great smoker,-hut instead of a  Slar hf used to smoke the democratic  SS and if I mistake not, the .tobacco  was'both strong and cheap.   Eto could  ?eU very strange tales of the old days  in Ireland and in many other parts of  Se worM too.  He had fought in some  ofthe many civil wars of the southern  hemisphere and had many marvels to  relate of earthquakes, revolutions and  other natural  and human phenomena  in those faroff regions.  I was with the gallant old fellow  withTn a few hours of his death He  Tied as he had lived. .Re was full of  the round oaths' of the eighteenth century had his drink to the Inst, joked  about Ms ninety years, refused all con-  itions, temporal or spiritual,- and  8waLeredoffitodeath_asheoftenha  1 V  with  pling,  or..!    ,n      an . _  rria-kes   its   appear-  ���1��� another' direction^;�� the  'na instrument In.which oven a breath  of air will .make a variation. With  ��uch persons disorders of the stomach  "nfuo&tho most trivial^ caciscs^nd  cause much suffering. ,To these* Far  malee's Vegetable Pills are recommended as mild and sure.  NOTSUFFICIENT.  The'young man with the long ��.ajr.  tallowy complexion,   and    bundle   01  manuscript     approached   the  t.iito.*,  desk. .,  1,, =.,i(i     "I  "Here   is   something,    lit, ^w,  wrote myself." , .inou^i  The editor glanced hastily.  Uiu ^  the manuscript,  and    then  looUd  tho'author. . ' ���,,,i..iTilion,"  "That  is   a  sufficient ex^M��i  he   replied,  handing   it  back,    but  hardly an adequate apology  Fweddy-  8olations,  box.     If >'��" fra7ruuggist  send" direct I t0 reply.  ?rS"��na a'l��. o7s>x boxes .or  $2.50.  done to the dueling ground.   He was  the last of a race���M. A. P.  a woolen  dress or coat at once apply aUaortoeot  cotton. All traces of the stain will be  removed.  The fastidious girl secures a number  of wide pastehourd ribbon rolls from  the drv goods store and keeps her neck  and belt ribbons smoothly rolled over   answer, "Njrta new  them. I  A bit of glove powder costs but a  trille, and by its constant use the life  ot   gloves   will   be   grcully   prolonged.  The powder helps the glove to slip on  easily  and prevents diagging or pull-,  ing of the leather.  A woman who dropped a large piece  of butter, on her siile waist was in despair, for, there was no ��� benzine or  Fi-.*nch Chalk in the liouse. A sudden  inspiration caused her ;:to cover the  cronse spot thickly with talcum powder, leaving it overnight. In tbo morn-  /   ing the spot had disappeared.  DrasRlnK Chliaren.  "I' had in mv charge at one time,"  said a prominent New ..York doctor "a  child- who had "almost lost control .of  the muscles of one ofthe legs, a diffi-  brought on,  as I  firmly  believe,  the  RAILWAY   MAPS.  Ther  Arc  a V-U-^wTaI-I  and   G^lde  to tUe TruvclIiiK  rnblio.  one of the  A   CrnRlier.  Violinist (proudly)-Tbo instrument I  Ehall use at your house tomorrow cven-  ingmy dear sir. 1. over-00 years ohh  rarvenu-Oh, never mind that Its  i good enough. No one will know the dlf-  ference.  Robert Louis Stevenson,  SnorlnK  I"   Church.  Sir Archibald Geikie, In his "Scottish  Reminiscences,"   says   that   whfflte  came to write down  tho many good  topics  and personal  anecdotes which  he had received by word of moothtio  as surprised to find there was hardly  a single one of them that had not al-  ,dy appeared in print.   For example.  Mrs Tlttle-Wasff"t it disgraceful the  wav  those women  talked during  th.  ���   .���..*��� ni^ht?    Mrs. Tattle���Well, l  1     Sarah  Snookins  was  fuss   in   the  play last night? Mrs  should say so! Sara  twin"--to   tell   me   the  i'lufles family, and those two.women  made such a clatter I couklnt hear  more    than    half    she    said.  THE  ��� "  t ). Series  ' i    their Li  ��� ���    Tl  ��  I ' DB- J  ������������������<  BLASE.  -Don't you get tired.'  same   old   laces.  deah  the  uu.    ���.   -;-   ,7 ncain at comic oycii"--  ��'Chohv-^no ,SI take all that as a  matter of chorus.  Very   Often.  Teacher-Now. then, what do W��  mSnCby compositions ^tie Girl^  cerlvl-rioase. miss,1 composition is tlio  art of bringing simple ideas into com-  ojication.  by the" habit the other children had of  taking the little thing out with them  and hurrying it along in.order to keep  up   with   the   other   youngsters, with  whom they  were  playing.    They  had  strict orders not to leave'the. baby or  to let go of its hands, and as a consequence it was dragged and pulled along  in   the  most  frightful   fashion.     1   believe that-a great many cases of rickets  are brought on by this habit of pulling  children "by  the  arms.     It necessarily  ta a strain- on ihe...suine and must ba  most notable English writers known  to the present generation, was wont to  say that nothing interested him more  than the perusal of- a good map, and  wftnout doPubt a map that is well made  and accurate catches the eye and arrests tlie attention of many people as  few other things can do.  The men in charge of railway traffic  possess a most positive appreciation o  this  fact,  and a  largo expenditure Of  time and skillful thought ta .made on  this feature-of railway publicity. -  Said an official of/the  Chicago and  Kmthwestern railway .while ta ku^on  this subject: "There is no doubt that-  b7.American   railway   map   engraver  has  carried  his  art well..nigh  to the  bordersr of perfection.    I do- not know  o?  any  road   maps   or "other-detailed  data  for tbe  state  of  Wisconsin   for  ^stance/ that   equal   those   published  ���S our passenger department, showing  the haunts of summer tourists and fis 1-  ermen.    They are on- file in public libraries as part of their reference rec-  Sa Other portions of the western  country have been similarly taken *up  by  our people  arid maps  of  a+ most  complete  character  made  for  them-  In   fact,  the  western   lines   are  ful y.  alive to the value of a good map in  the hands of the traveler. The map.pub-,  lishing business of the large railway  "ystems is today reduced to scientific  principles and handled in a most sys-  fcematic manner."  real  the  snored  IcSh^or; about the man who  so  loud   in   church   that  ws.kcned us  a,  �� he discovered in  he  an  about a  epigram   of  the  Restoration,  sermon by South:  The doctor ^^^l^^llei       '  ..Pray wake, the Larl or ^ h,  At  n Dlnadvantaire.  Mr. Goodley-Mrs. Chatters is better,  I hear. I'm glad yon called on her to-  dav Mrs. Goodley-So am -L- I -was  ffiered into bedroom just ajtte doctor   nut  the   thermometer . under^ her  M-^'^2^B5��2*.i  talked away at her, auu ����  say a word.   Not  o Mere  Unseal.  ��I understand your father said. I was  a rascal." s >������,��  "No.   He says, you are a fool.    . _  ��If that's his opinion, then we'll have  to elope.   He'll never give his consent. .  There Are Mirny An.ivcr..  Why is It that a man takes such delist  in   repeating   the   saying   of  his  riec-year-oid   hoy   aud yet seems   to  have uo special  pride in those or n  cightcen;ycar-old   son?  nP roiiowmg are examples of eight  comprehensibihty,      ^^^^^11-  and vicissitudinality.   A Mean  AdTfintBtre. .  .-Mr. Skinner," said the family_ pby  slcian, "I must positively refuse to, un  aertake to cure you unless you promis.  solemnly to obey me." .,.a  0,  ��I   solemnly   promise,"   replied  w  sick man. .    ... m9  "Tory well. Now, first of all, g��e n  your check in full for my last bin.  un  * ,, ^nliflc^lly rn.de -^-^V^lfwlsh  kali being  perfectly combm^J^"^  st rxih a  nd it" does the  equally well with hard ��r soft W^'^ rxjb a  scrbbbing or boiling of the clothes.   Just rxiD  little Sxinlight on  the clothes sxi  cle^nsi^'    Giv2 Svxnlight :i tri^l-     -   . n   .  Yoxi may h^ve yoAir money back if not  satisfied.  J.*��ve.r Brothor�� Limited  Toronto  One  Remove.  Dearborn-Did  you  Mrs Dearborn-Did you say that  lady and gentleman were distantly  related? Mrs. ���Wabash-Yes; they re  divorced. ;  The hourT^^^th^^ P����  nects in view are more P^aaln8 *nn  ?S  crowned with   fruition. - Gold-  emith. THE  ? MOYIE   LEADER  ie amiable  Df. his let-,  ' ls   a   foe  ntly grap-  ate. " Sub-  mces   rants   appear-  i many the  delicate  ns  or  scicnH-  !n  a brenth  .Ion. ���   "With  he stomach"  causes rend  these*  T?nr-  are   recom-  Lily through  u  looked at  xplanation,"  ick.  "hut  is  tired,- deah  e old faces  omic opera?  ill that as a  plea of eight  ish" language:  , v antisuper-  nnallst, anhy-  smatician, in-  vldualizatlon,  Dnstitutionali-  tudinariauisni  tatce.  e family phy  refuse to un*  is you promise  of all, give m��  ay last bill"  Western Canadian . editors %  \ i series of Articles Describing  J  *    :heir Lives, their Aims and,     J  .    Their Influence'.'  No. 20.  ,    DB "j. H. C. WILLOUGHBY   ^  :������������������ ���������������������*������������������������*������  enterprising. men. They ' recognized  the' necessity for a newspaper, and  they founded one���the Phenix. Its  founder, proprietor and editor was  Leonard Norman, formerly of the  Moosejaw Times. He it was, in conjunction with some of the more prominent citizens, who shaped- the policy  of the paper, which for two years hd  controlled, )funtil ill-health compelled  him to relinquish the task at which he  had succeeded so well, and sell out to  the company of which the principal  stockholder, promoter (,and moving  spirit was Dr.'Willoughby.  Mr.' Norman recognized that one  good' newspaper was much to be preferred to two or more poor ones.  Knowing that on politics .men could  never agree, he 'decided that the  Phenix* politics should be���Saskatopn.  Political policies were judged accord-  ing--or-not as they made for the welfare and development of the Northwest Territories ins general, and  the  '���    DR. J.'H.' C. WUOUGHBY   .  Editor, of, the   Saskatoon-Phen^  - k- whrk to ��� be well - done;  , Mapfe r *ork �� ot qualities  demand    the    exerci^ m^ ���*,uu?v to  . Those whom neglected coughs  have killed were once as healthy  and robust as you. Don't follow  in their .paths of neglect.   Take  .3! ,m-  Cosls^itnptioiit  ��� The Lung  Tonic"  right now.    It is guaranteed to  - cure.   It' has cured many, tbous- -  Prices: S. C. "Wells & Co. S08  ���25c. 50c. 81   T>Roy. N. Y.. Toronto. Can..  Sand    various.  'The ability to  -many  sane     *������'��"     :>n0 nus"non,  ,*rae is..of c"iu^sct.VaUon; rapidity  but keenness pf ���ohsoi\atiou^ , i^_  of subjects, and  "ar  arrewn"inoro ue'eessaOj---^ d  orjudguienua-goodje^hno^  , ledge of a wide ^^.^J   versatility  success.   Wliea .these   are   combta^  i   with sound husiuess .e'isc., ' .  ' nappy I'^fff   % -egoi e conclusion.  I., his ^cc^s'1%:L,,,,?t.e enough topos-  Mon who are lortun^te eno^ u_  ���' rsuS^wlialev" actility* th'ey  ���� to devote their energies   but m  ���^c*nar fineht will these qualities'be  "��,rnsiSy  recognized,- -or ;more  ' !2rtnv'rewai-dod. than In the, news-  ,p , hn-dncss It is the very essence  TsDlrTt oUournallsmUhat,- tospite  U��l SPM'i" ��   ���> , .     ���U(irv   issue  ���\^.lor\oi^ Its errors, both of  1V OTio?����.>d; moderate in  K*ks, reliable in its .statements of  ' Jet I'd Vigorous and enterprising in  luring of news, it,.is regarded  % a public confidence that Is -its  .*U valuable* asset. ��� By its readers  -It is suokon'ot-vrlth an esteem almost  '.caniouutmg to affection. 'Its opinions  are regarded'as though" they were the  very Oracles of. the gods, and the.oom-  ,'petitor that would seek to usurp ns  placo iu, popular'favor will have a  hard row to hoe." What the Toronto  Globe was to the Ontario .Grit iu tho  time of George Brown���what the h ree  Press was to every Al'anitoban in the  davs of W. F. Luxton���that will any  paper bo in the territory in which it  circulates, if it represents and embodies, as did they, certain well defined ideas or standards. But behind  thesejdoas-and standards, in the case  of every, newspaper that ever occu-'  pied a position ot pre-eminence, was  i personality, of which the paper was  but the reflection. The man is ,always  greater than the editor. ' '  Among  the  Western  Canadian  papers that occupy  a  position  that In  some sort corresponds with that indicated above is the Saskatoon Phenix.  It co:nes easily within the half dozen  newspapers  in   the  Northwest  Territories.   In some respects it is one of  tho most remarkable papers published in the West.    Its growth, both, in  size and  circulation,   has   been  phe-  '   noraenal.     In   this   respect   it   correspond.-, with \he town in which-it is  published.    Flvo years ago Saskatoon  was hardly big enough to be dignified  even by tho title of a way station. The  ��� original   town   was   on   the   opposite  side of the river���it is now   given   a  naitio "all to  itself"  and  called Nut-  ana. Tho railway station was moved  across tho Saskatchewan, and houses  and stores were ferried, over, or new  ones built,   to   keep the roundhouse,  the ciC'tiot  and   tho  water   tank company Uul. i ill 1S9S or 1S99  Saskatoon  w-as as  dead  as  Queen  Anno.    With  those *-;\>rs there commenced the inflow ol  population into the Canadian  Wc*st that has been one of the most  fem-ukablo    movements    of    modern  tiii-.'"*, and tho deserted prairies along  tlio km. of tho Prince Albert branch  Wan to   bo   dotted   with   farms   and  ���liapi'i-f-d with fields.    And  Saskatoon  becauu. ono of tho  Mcccas for imini-  E'ants from the ends of the earth.   It  vas :n   once  a  rallying   point  and   a  1 distnaming   point   for   newly   arrived  ������settlers    from    tho    Canadian    East,  .'. -'urn Britain and Europe, and from the  ' United   States.   It   is   doubtful if  a  ' to*n in America of equal permanent  'filiation did  as, much business  as  ^as done by the Saskatoon. merchants  ���** their' wooden shacks:   And, day after day, for more than- a hundred miles  ���"> every  direction,  east. to  the  Quill  ]j&a country,  and west towards Ed-  i"(��Uonl,.' driving their stock ahead of.  "ram, and walking beside their,;wag-.  S��ns loaded with the lumber for the  "ilding'bf the new home, the. stove,  "���e most necessary house/ equipment,  and with a plow and harrow  to start  "���e tilling of the fertile  prairie,  the  new settlors struck out for. their home--  st��ads. anil started in to develop the  country tributary  to  Saskatoon.   The'  town .grew like Jonah's gourd, and in  p'o seasons became one of the most  important in the Territories.  In this, its formative period. Saska-1  toon was fortunate!that it had among  us citizens   farsighted,   level-headed,  Saskatoon district in particular. The  men'who established the Phenix knew,  exactly" what they-wanted, and set'to  ���\vork to', make the newspaper realize  their desires/ The utmost' diligence  ,was; U3ed to secure capable correspondents throughout, all ,the large  territory in which the town; desired  to he'regarded, as the business centre.  ���The local news was aimed to, be thoroughly-and brightly covered. And, politically,'the" paper was to grind nobody's axe, and to pull the chestnuts  of no party out of the fire. 'The local  Board of Trade had much more to do  with- determinig"the tone and direction of. its editorial utterances than  had any party leader or any party association. Thus the Phenix was laid  'down-era unusual, and >on broad lines.  It, had' clearly define/1 for" itself a  sphere of usefulness* and activity, and  a .policy .'which, if adhered to,, could  hardly fail to make it a newspaper of  paramount influence inc the territory,  in which- it circulated.      ,        , ���    , >  .Nothing Is more certaini than that  the Phenix. has adhered.to the-policy  it laid down "for itself, at the -time of  its establishment, nor that, by so doing, it has achieved' one of the nora-,  "ble successes 'of .western Journalism.  Outside x>he, or,* two' others, no territorial newspaper ' is ' more . carefully  read by .the editors 'of the big dailies  .than, the Phenix. It contains , all the  news bf.,its big .district, and it is always ' put o together (in 'a readable,  workmanlike' manner. ��� Its- editorial  'comment is' temperate hi tone,, and  w'eigth'y, in* proportion' to, its moderation.0 Its typography leaves nothing  to be desired, for everyissue is brightly .printed-. The. confidence and pride  ,of the1 Saskatoon business men in  ���their paper "is attested by the'many  columns they take each week to tell  of 'the business news of their stores.^  Mechanlcallyj the Phenix is ant excel-'  lent paper���a credit to western-jour  nalism In general, to tho staff that  gets.it out/'and to the supply house���  tho Toronto. Type Foundry Company  t_which 'furnished the material.  , The 'Phenix is owned by a company, ono of the principal shareholders being the managing director and  the controlling spirit of the concern,  'Dr. John Henry Charles Willoughby.  His, is tho personality of which the  paper is a reflection. He it was that  in the first place set the metes and  bounds of its' policy, and it has been  he that has seen to it that the Phenix  from week to week travelled on the  course he had marked out for.it. Dr.  Willoughby is even more interesting  than his paper. He has all the personal qualities noted at the beginning  of this sketch, vand, naturally, his  popularity in and about Saskatoon is  unbounded. Furthermore, he is" a  notable and picturesque figure in the  life of the Territories. He came to  Saskatoon when it was nothing more  than a name on the map, twenty-one  years ago, in 1SS3. .He was then hardly more than a boy, being twenty-three  vears of ago, having been born at Co-  bourg, Ont., in '61'. In the interval  he had been educated at Peterborough Collegiato Institute, at Upper  Canada College and at Victoria University, 'had graduated in medicine  with the. M.D.C.M. degrees, and had  taken post-graduato courses at both  London and Edinburgh.  In 1SS5 there broke out the Metis  rebellion in the Northwest, and  througout the whole of it Dr. Willoughby  served  as  surgeon   and pur  veyor-general. He it was who sent  the despatch to the Government, intimating that the halfhreeds were arming.. Dr. Willoughby was the first  prisoner captured by Riel, and on his  escape his knowledge of the countrv  caused him to be selected as despatch bearer by General Middleton  to telegraph-head at Clark's Crossing  after the fall of Batoche.  In 1S87���years before the Renaissance of Saskatoon���Dr. Willoughby  removod'to Regina. where he at once  took a prominent place in the life of  tlie Territorial capital. He was for  six-years in the council, and in 1S92  was elected mayor. He was always,  during the whole term of his residence  in Regina, one of the most active  members of the Board of Trade. For  fourteen .years^he.. has been a justice  of the peace."   "   '     ���������-*-���������*- ���  ,In 1900 Dr. "Wiillougby returned to  Saskatoon. He,owned ono half of the  town site, and was appointed agent  for the�� trustees of the 'other half.  With th'e wonderfully rapid development of tho town, his' real estate interests kept him pretty cfully occupied.  However, he finds time to superintend  a fine-farm, in additon to!his editorial  and financial duties. He had, 500  acres under cultivation last season,  arid owns one of the finest pure bred  Ayrshire herds in tho Dominion.,  , Combining these multi-phased' interests with,his medical work, and to  do them all well, it will be seen that  Dr. Willoughby is no sluggard. In  point of fact, he combines with ��� attractive personal 'qualities'a-power, of  organization,' a breadth of,, view,, a  range of knowledge, and a systematic  industry that mark him as one of the  most forceful figures in the .life of the  Territories.- He is not-by training-or.  inclination,an editor: yet by bringing  to editorial ,wark a well-thought-out  policy, and those qualities.and attain  ments that have made' him successful  in ' medicine and' finance, he has  achieved one of, the most conspicuous newspaper successes in the West  That such should be the case is a tribute to the opportunities bffere.d hy  'journalism in the rapidly ��growing  West." and an indication of' the sterling judgment and ability of one' who  has so well turned those opportunities  to account.    ,,.''' '  They Never Knew vFitUurc.���Careful  observation of th,G'effect of Pafmalee's  Vegetable Pills has shown that, they  act immediately on the diseased organs of the system, and stimulate them  to,healthy action. There may be cases  in which .Che disease/has been long  seated and does not easily yield to  medicine, but even in such cases'these'  pills have been known to bring relief  when, other so-called remedies have  failed:, These assertions can be substantiated by many who have used the  Pills, and medica'Urpen speak highly of  their   qualities. '   , .. , '  Free, to any Woman who  bakes Her own. Bread  \  ��� t  Thousands of women are .writing, in every week for the  "Royal Household" Recipes���they explain the new and  easier way of making bread. Make a trial >vith the new  Royal Household Flour, which is purified by electricity���  you would not believe there could be such a difference in  flour:���these receipes are certainly worth asking for.  Send a postal card to-day.  HCKK tS JU��T ONE TESTIMONIAL OITT Of BAMV THOUSANDS  RCCEtVCtt.  SA.VONA9, TmiCT Miu CB.KKC, B.C.; JUovctobcr 28th, 1904.  I have been -nula? yocr floor exclusively since I am* to Canada, fourteen years ago, and have  been uring "Royal Uotmchold" tince ita introduction. To tbowyou l>ow X value it my gTocer lately  could uot supply me with U, and rather than use another brand, eves temporarily, I sent to -Kam.  loojts, twenty-fire mUes away, and had It shipped to me per C P. XL, prcfdrrltfg to pay the txil-way  charges rather than use an iuitrior brand, fa fact, if I could not set it otherwise, X would ship ft  direct from the mills. lean always rely on ha via.*;, good bread when using lt and nothing faeodtt  toot* to keep harmony in a horn*. ��  '      ��� ) ' (Signed) , ��� , MRS. T. SMITH.  l  THE OQILV1E FLOUR MILLS COMPANY; UM1TED  ' '  MONTREAL ' .     "    V ,"  %  H.B.ft.  Some alleged self-made men are not  finished; they were too small for the  job.   ���'' '    ..     ,      ���   ���' ,  Minard's Liniment Cuts Garget k Cawtv  .Take..co Id easily? Throat  tender? Lungs weak? Any  relatives have consumption?  Then a cough means a great  vGherry :  Pectoral  deal to you. Follow your |  doctor's advice and take |  Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It |  heals, strengthens, prevents.  - For 40 y����rs I hays depended on Arer*��  Chorrr  Pectoral  for   cott��hs   ��a   will.    I  know It preatlT strenfitta-w -weak lungs.'* _  ME8. P. *.. H.OBIH40N, Saline, Mich,  '"Talking about\trains," said a prominent- gentleman in Winnipeg the  other day;,.,"I have travelled all'over  tho continent of, America, aud have  just returned from a trip to New'Yorti  and Orleans, and ��� I "must say that I  have, not'travelled'in such a comfortable Sleeper atf is provided by tfie  "Canadian Northern, Railway on .their  '"Flyer." - One has **i very tiling that is  "needed, a willing porter to look after  one's every wish, beautiful toilet, one  of the best smoking rooms, with cosy  arm chairs, the room taking up the  width of the car, and at night complete rest, is obtained owing to the  easy manner in which the cars run.  When I go south again I will use the  Canadian Northern."  That is what every traveller ��� says  after a trip on the fast'train of .the  Canadian Northern between Winnipeg  and St.' Paul. The trip is made in  just 14 hours over tbe finest track  west* of Chicago. . The train carries  first-class equipment throughout,  Sleepers, Diners. and fine Day  Caches, and .makes better time than  anv train in the West. Better try it  next time you go south, and you will  use it often.  $100 Reward, $100.  iSnal^ =en=e requires a constitutional treat-  lonai oiwj (->nt,,,rh euro is token internal-  iTncVm"direSlv* upon "the blood fend mucous  Surfaces of tho system, thortar destroving the  foundation of the disease, and Rivirnj the patent street h by bmldin-r ��P. tho cousUtuHon  nnd assisting nature in doing.its -wonc. iue  proprietors have so mm-h faith in its cursive  Sowers that they.offer One Hundred Dollars  For any cate that it fails to cure.   Send for list  ��f tB Adc?r'^s F. J. CIIENEV. Toledo, Ohio.  |0aVd0bria"ll'sFa^lvFilU ?or constipation  UNARMED.  "The original Venus had a bad temper,  didn't she?"  "Eh?   I   suppose   she   did.  '���Dangerous woman, no doubt?"  "Probably she was."  "Then give me the Venus of Milo.  "Wliy so?" L  "Cause -she was so 'armless.  The publisher or the best Farmers'  paper , in the Maritime Provinces in  writing to us states:  "I would say that I do not.know of  a medicine that has stood the test ol-  time like MINARD'S' LINIMENT. It  lias been an unfailing remedy in our  household ever since I,, can remember,  and has outlived dozens of its would-  be  competitors  and  imitations."  25e.,5**c.,}?1.00.  All dnifrciMi. ����� ���  iMimmui iiusmiwis IOv  J.O. ATIRCO.,  t.o-ir��ll.    Mmf��.  Weak Lungs  Ayer's Pills Increase th�� activity of.  th* liver, and thus aid  rvfesmv.  CASEY   EXPLAINS.  Kind Ladv���And why do.you poor  men have to go bumping through the  country on  that horrid  hand  car?   _  Casev���well you sec ma'am we don t  none of us care to ride in these here  private cars. They're so dusty they  keep us sneezin' all th' another million." ���:��������� ...  No woman is' ever as happy as a  man thinks she is or as miserable as  she believes herself to be.  ���  Made big enough for a big ,  man to work in with r,cornfort.' \  Has more material in it than  any-other brand of ghirt^la-  .'Canada.      Made   on   the  H.B.K. scale it requires joj��'  to 42 ya*rds 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 wristbands, is always loose, full  and comfortable and wears  well.  Each shirt bears a tiny book ,  that tells the whole history  of the "Big" Shirt,- and  also contains a. notarial  declaration that the H.B.K.  "Big" Shirt contains 19%  to 42 yards of material per.  dozen.   '  Sold at all dealers but only  with this brand:���  I'    '       * J-t   " Al   i^^j.:   ESTABLISHED  GRAIN     -,     ,  "am,the UiQest''commiss,on merchant  M.A&A ,, svaav   , -v^-,*���**�������� *-*���**      |N, Winnipeg.     _ _.. Ill ������  Consign your ���train, to me and c��t prompt' servioo, caretul attonttort,  ul hlcheti market'prices.        ','    *       'X     QDIMK^DRAWKR  Reference! , UNION BANK OF CANADA. , a^.   ^rllNlV,,      1300.  MAKB-WELLS ORAIN CO.  $*eta to ear l*4s toufM ���* tmurik ' %r i��M ������>   ceinv&isrtatY.   lleasoBsfcta  ���etoaaee KMwt*.   * Prompt, HsHuirm��"      O*rtretpoa*le����e   sotteM**.    XMsreaacflj  ROOH 4,3.4, aHA.ZK BX0KAKO9 BLIXJ^   TflNNIFBa.  ���iiunifMnwu.nii.sj ni.ir.up'i.1* ��i"ji.'imii.t n'tn .i-,. ���    ******e*3M*****a  Act directly on the liver.  They cure constipation;  biliousness, sick-headache.  Sold for'60 years. ZSriZtSz  '���' I    *  .   ' ��    }  i  f     "   I*   -1  1 l"  ���v~����mf^ti%i-BUCKINGHAM'S .DYE  WMm-  HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.  Montreal       "WUmlpei       Dawson  If it is a. Question of Warmth use  It Retains5Seat' and 'Keepsotit Cold.  ��   "VYriteV for   Samples 'and Prices. '      ���    ';    ���  TEES& PERSSE, Limited., Agents, Winnipeg.  aON'T THROW  AWAY YOUR MONEY  ���m Etitfrn and Southern Grown Nnrssrr stock  thai will sot erow, bat writs for our csttalorus  ef hardr Apploi, Grabs. Plnms, Cherriss,  (loossbsrrlss, Baspbsrries, Currants, Strawberries, Rosas, Ornamental Shrubs and Trees  Had?* and Windbreak Trees, Perrenial Plants,  ���to,' Trees that will srrow In Manitoba and  the Territories.       Address  BUCHANAN'S NTJKSERIK'S  ' St. Charles, Man.  AN   ORDINARY, FEEDER.  Employer���Can you feed a job  press'? .o  "Applicant���Waal, I led our brindle  bull calf through his' weanin' time, an'  I guess I'm onto any job you kin'give  me in the feedin' line.  HlE��rd'> Liaimeat Csres C��.df, eta  A wise -wife never reminds her husband of the fool things lie said when  courting her.   .   ,  HWJWWWJUWSH  Jlmard's Liniment Cttrei B^pthtrifi  A woiiian may belicH-o only halt  what she hears, but slio always hears  twice as  much  as  a  man.  It Is Known Kvorywhere.���There is  not a city, loyvnor iianvlec. uv C;ui;.nla.  where Dr. Thomas' Eclqctric Oil is1 not  known���wherever introduce'd it made a  toot-hold for' Itself nnd 'msili'itamcd it.  Some.1 merchants may suggest some  other f remedy a.s eqiiitlly beneficial.  Such recommendations should be re-  celvedwith doubt.-^There is only one  Kclecu-ic oil, and that is Dr. Thomas'.  Take nothing  else.  '.....  Fewer women commit suicide than  men, yet during the rush hours you  can see a lot oi' them hanging to. car  straps.    .'.      ��� i  ���\Ye have no hesitation In saying that  Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial  is without doubt the best medicine  ever introduced for dysentery, diarrhoea, cholera, and all summer complaints, sea sickness,' etc. it promptly  R-iyps relief and never fails-to effect a  pobitlve cure. Mothers should never  be without a bottle when their children are teething.  MALE   MON   GAZERS,   BEWARE.  "Ah!" sighed the sentimental maid.  "I could sit and ga-��o at the moon for  hours."  "Would that I were the man in it,"  said the callow youth who -was helping her lo hold down the rustic soat  on  the lawn.  "Same here," sho replied, wearily.  '"Then you would be nearly 210,000  miles away."  Lever's Y-Z (Wise Head) Disinfectant  Soap PoWier is bettei'than other powders,  as.it is both soap and disinfectant J      34  Ernestine���I don't see why your  Chaperon should have been . offended  because Jack played the piano. It was,  certainly better than lovemaking.  ; Moyrtilla���Yes, but lie . insisted upon  playing' "Always  in   tho  Way.". .  KgBirA'i Ufiiaeit Cans Miimpe.  ililliiiiisi  TrtK UKKA.T JKNUL.ISH KKUtKOT.  TESTIMONIAL  from  th��  lat��  SIR SAMUEL, BAKER,  th*  famous Nil*  Kxplorsf,  "Newton Abbot,; Devon. D*��.r 81m���I  hav* delayed, my thanks as I wiahot. t��  '.est th�� eflect of Blair's Pills by a omfla*  clent interva.1  of  time. '  "For ten years I had suffered a��-t*lT  from Gout and lit* had lost Its attraA.  tion owihr to th* uncertainty of hen.lt*  and nurldrn vfaltatlOAs ot th* ��n��m*'  which prostrated me for months, or w*��k*  according   to^th*  virulence   of the attacks.  "Blair's Pills hav* rendered me Immens*  service, as I no longer fear an atta.sk  of   Gout.  "For the last twenty months I hart  been comparatively fees, as on* or tw*  attempted visitations ,hav�� bnen lmmtd*  latelv stamped out by the assistance *1  Blair's  Pills.  "Truly yours   (Sicned)   Saml.   ft. Baker.  Lytnan   Sons  A.   Co.,  Montreal  and ToJ*.  onto;  Th*  Bol*  Drujc   Co..   Winnipeg;  Uarti.n, Bol* i. Wynne Co.. IVin&luair.  Superfluous Hair  Removed by, tho Now Princlpl**  Electrolysis, X-ray or dopilatorie* �����  offered you on tho bare word of the  operators and manufacturers. D E  MIRACLE ia nob. It ia tho onlymathod  which is indorsed by physicians, Burgeons, dermatologists, medical journal*  and prominent magazines. Booklet -will  will be sent) free, in plain, sealed  envelope.  Your rnoney back-without question if  it fails to do all that is claimed fop it.  DE MIKA.CLE mailed, sealed in  plain wrapper, on receipt of 51. Write  for it to-day to DE MIRACLE OHEM.  IC AL OO. ,23 Que.xn Stbsbt Wist,  Toronto, or-  I SSSoir-.SIMPSON S��m^hy  TORONTO. ONT.  yrf} >r V' A'-^--  " 'i'',--:-".,^  >J?li ������,-,-';   ,.;.., 1*.  \m I'"'.'.   '    '���     V  S^:"  IF*. :��� A." '"".-  i|��s-1 v ,V*,*^  ;''fe ���           '    ���'    i"*  rii   .   I   .   ,.       r r'l  *���    1* ' ��� *;  tj;h  -    "'"'           A  - y*fti..t>    ^V '        .          i  '-;-   ' ''-'.' ���"%  [Vsi?*, C, *- ���*'  ' -��� ,j  r'' \       *   -             .*   *   >  1 - .. - -..a  V$r.,   ���    1      "...      '   '  I5-'-'---1       .    ,.',   ' -���   -  TiV^r^i'v M  l.'.Ki/        '.    M- ''  .�� ,t*a   ;'-|  1 \           *  jn  K."is-��.   , ., *.  f"A,"0 "' . ',-*-i'  ���-;��� -l.v'|  tW^<:  r-r^-}*-,  1-    *      ,   ,"     r,  ,J ^-<$      i            *               ^  H  vir"' im  "i                i   '  'fl  ;*JB  tf?*     *- -*      '  - ^"yi  *:>.--* -          * .1   ^ .  '  %            ifmL\  -;--^,-! . *     -      fl  u $M  \'}*'-*l. .  '. ..  " ^H  fi-:V'1'    A. ��� -.  ^���^���H  *.-**.-,  ��� ���pAH  ���\ V * 1  > <     "'TiHi  i I, (1  1   ������        ^mB  ���', '  '������.'--..-'���*1  \|^     iM     U     N'  ��SS3>  A. ���  S foe* vU��, 41 foe* h.l|th. lnoludln*? hinges *mi*1 latehc ��� .- -.83.00  XO foe* trido, 4 foet birth. Including* hinges and l��tch.__... ��.60  Other sizes In proportion. >  Bappllott  ���by ns or  looal dealer.  SS9  THE  PAGE WIRE   FENCE  CO. 'LIMITED, . Walkarvllle."   Montreal,   Toronto,     Wlnnlpvg,   St. Joh�� ���{,       f" I ' '  -.....>.. .^.^j.p- ....���.^.^wigc  \ ,  %  .7^xss^JiaaamamM^^^  ***!.  ���*3S��*V^S  rilE MOTie LEWI.-' Mmrm  -^���ajTl      published in thointerest o�� tho people  t IjULJ''   "- of Moyie anil E.ist Kootcnc,;-.  ���/jiblish  of ?  ?, J.SJI  ���, ���   ������-<-���,  Oaa Yeiv  p. J.g^IYTEE & 0<7.,  ���    Pr^lisluw*).  . HATES OF RUJiSCMI'TIOJI.  O no Year.,  ,.?2.CQ  SATURDAY,  TLBRUAlty 25, 1905,  SATUB  ,Kefo r'liG Lute CiUaa,  *;  We hav* i^iqc lino of Souvenir Writing T.iblcts���and Postal Cards  iufit in.- Tihif's containing P.v�� different views of Moyie, 25 cents, 35  cent;'iml T>0 cci'is encli. Postal cards at i 5 con lb each, si:: for 2i>  eent^viihsixditt^uMic-.v,,. A, very fine Hue for (ieufliug your  friepdn.    Gall nnd Vo* them. ' ^  '.'.  ' \*^  P, o. Drug and Stationery Store.  i  p   , Wi  Pro'criptioca eaielnlly prepared. ,  9      '0  Proprietor.  if**Mii***s��*ii����'ri ��-����������� ii~rr*ifrif]r  The pi-P'-tici','.? "1 *'iii-Ji ���"''V,io l^'u ���>��.  :*. common. -'v:i*-r.i.n�� ',;-.iun.'i ebnn'd l-e  slop pod.    :f". do-.   i.r  iv i'ii   '''rv   tly  first impulse *���> di:~- to r>u ' io   Lhrcvv _it  iu the hike' Ov.bA*-e  <;f 'V.l   s-frts  ^  :udin.orir.ii.uub"''V"i'.J�� -", riu '.h^ej ��  ' ....      .- ���.,..���.-.  l o. o. f:  *f^^/^"v^^,vr-lr wiitioy Lodge ;*;<*. ii  Meets ev-rj jJom..".;. i'vening in their  ball 'on Victoria street. .Sojourning  Odd Follows <sordiall7 invited.'  CA. FOOTC, P. J. SiJYTKJ  Jtfobie Grand; Secr'y. ;.,  ;rrri^^^^g^-^'-,"''~ *** ^"^*-ui-:a"::c;Ts,?:?i^y  ���Moyi�� '.Miners'   Union  Mo, 7!  W. F. of M.  Meets in McGregor hall every f Saturday evening. , Sojourning members  are cordially invited lo attend.  *  John McDonald-    . R. Temuy,  President,. '' Secretary  ' >,  i'i  A its'.  ?*Ioy:c rJ  ��'.     .     I  .Afft V. CCf  raisc-d tL!  11100.' '  .and^thei,  get the t  The ;���  a*.  PJlOt'UlE  . about tbK    * during  Journal j        purpose of boat'injr ai.d .bathu'3-    Bui  ��� appeara''       ii the lake :e fo bo tornnd intc a fc't'.vor  " Bound-Hj'-*-/and einkJ-olt?,:t. will loss.mnch  of  '.i?  "immenGJ     .attraotivenes-j.  'Th un again is. winter  from it.'!*       ice i-LPut l:P along' tlie abo:o"for ut-e 311  ' '     " ,'j    r summer, and if ihe waiw i>.  net, ihu-*;  ,,  ,'As anl,;    , .g1Kj ciejm'tbd ice will certainly not   Iv  .adyer'tiai)^   50 either.    Also ,lo jvintor  v.-hen- r\\A  ".body's^;','   [waterworks are out of ordor;��':ir ft  the  r cover  oj|S    ��� lCkg0 al'presenl.^he, entire   town    is  -^Americalr.      dependent upon tue lake for its'' wat'or  . "for the st ���. SUppiy.    All" ���'refuse     and      rubbish  .'compBtijj^      should- be  hauled'  out  of  town   ami  to helptf    . ilumped and us much oi 'it  oremt-ated  pnbliahiii.;   , aepcsoiblo.  JJat.-by nll^meanp  keep  ' ,   '   '      , j'   ��� the lake free from/impurities. -        .^^  .liBhed=byj| 77. B. Koss, attorney general.    This  ���{'-Thc'chail 7/6'uld,Je6und pretty well,  wouldn't  it?  .    'lacllitii^ ^Thosso who know say that Mr. r���os3   is  ..ba��Jtie8&..,i. in line for the  position. M,    ���>    "  '���any  haa;s      % . ' cn'uVoii aerviocn.    , ��� *.  . -Luthoriz^ PKHSEYTEBiAN���In  lhe * Oddfellows  ��� of which'*'     tlalL    Sunday School at 3 p. 'in. ,'��,*-  ��� Thedncol   * *���n&    seryieo   at   1 :AUy  t.   f    i   .'    Everyone welcome.  K, P: Su'r- .    j c."McDlARMIp; Pnator  -G. T. Kofi'     <    METirbiiST���Sunday School\at 3 p,.  ' and M.'(i>     ^^ Evening.service at 7 :30 o'clock.',  ������will  remi    ,     Everyone welcome..  LEWIS THOMAS, PaBtort---  '" i"^*?// *s. -i 1/:   / ./.   '         4   ^   :::*   v   e*   ,v-   <y v  ���:.'   ' ��60 ^^V ���jai.ASSEa', .   *, g ;^ ���'''-'^Ir^-'::'^?  are fanmb'td hy   intinciau't   pvdilk'rs' ji! ;=;;;; :'7���.'A!Ai|?/ii"V"p/^\s-i'  who cannrit make aii accural   lost,  of, h| i-     ; .,' -,'1"    ;^^;;;^-;^:  lii^t.only iu few eases can they supply'   frl '*������'���  H  irr .---���'  k'-is'ut :.ni=ujtable.     ,     *'. .'   ,  k H  . 'rhe ropult iB.tb'iit tbe glaebe^ are tlio  caiise of much eye trouble inotpad pf u  curcffor.il.   ',       ,  ���   '   ' ; _ EXE TEST,9 ' r^  sire nhvle he-re wilh ' 'pcientifio' instru-  menfdi nud wc aro able to supply any  Iphh required.  ',  ���' "W~. \F. TATE;    - s  1 j       .     ..  ,  Graduate Optician.   ,   GltA^KROOK.  , , f r ( ,__t._ ^.x --*  "(7 l? -h  '   r<,  M    rrxi+  *! Vi If  ll   J/srE'jsTrJ.vciWAas'ifiaLGa.,  t��|      '' ,-, o. rtrf. .toil ���   .  33     DHIO&--.C 1 ,4\LS, M��atl JJ. 6, A,  ill���  yisr*-"  I'V*  Mieets -Ev-jry^WedDCtdiiy at   S P. -M.  E  A��� HILL,      >    J. H. HA.\VKB, .  Worthy Pres,  ,       ' Worthy Secr'y,"  Harv-37   & . SScOarteri  Barrii3ti?r3, Solicitor^,Notaries'. Etc.  f MOYIE LUMBER I Wm^m\-  I? Baw, Planing ana Batk^ljfc.'        ; ^  I ' ,    ���      '   .MOYIE, B."C. . \    ;���*  m ' Manafact libera of and dealer's In all kinds of, Floor in-/, Ceiling, $&  $\ Siding, Bhiplap, Oomraon Boards, Dimension, Finish "aud Lalli.'       ^ ,  iib "        Prompt attention to ^vholcsalo and retail orders,   '    '"     *"- ' jjj\  �� ��� 'a'CAMERON, Mgr. '���     . ���' -     , ���  :|  '���^^.^.^^���^^'.^���.^���.^'���^l^i^i^Si^i^k^^^iS^^^^'''  '  1    iw A vtttv*.   '     '' '"     "VTBT iT^v \YK\ Tf^.TT    .     .",    Z  -a ,  '7  ,      i f!       r *  " p. :f. ZroHJvsidJv "1  !���  s,  ! This* Hotel is New" and well Furnished, .Tlie /  Tables .are Supplied with the Besfc.the  HarKet affords. The. Bar is Filled with |  the Best Brands of Liquors .arid"Cigars. 4  sl: -_--���-: - -fa --- --^r.-",~,. ���f^^fv.i?  SBsr*--'T��'iT'��,?''V' '-of' - --��- ���-* ''.^���t"li^-'7--b  'IS'-  ft  \l>     '  HEADQUARTERS"'-FOR COMMERCIAL, ���   ���>  -    VAMD MINING MEK   .    '    ;''"'"'   '"T"  .     _   '      ��� ,_        *���      ,  ,-,      ',���   ���'.,   BKtTESn.COJLUMBIA    ',  ,'v . 'f* ^ ,.... .-.������ ss !������  fi  ussiiissi nsinsl ��� I   II������ ���    ������������^^���  JSiie��fiSS?l*?ESBEIffi5ra  ���n��BtM*1U  *,, .1 .   . ,   '. ,   ' -   .     ,m   ��� ...  W: F. ���eTJRB9,'r,7    ''. \ -  1-.. L.��� ��� MqilLtliH1  E AERlSTlSIt, SOMOITOK,' HSXC  OEAUBPOQK.  B. 0  ''Herald a|"  ;"v-���Cranbil,  - ������ '.   .-i  ��       - i-  v People f  on learui*  1 go thoiitci-  tired pe^i'^  ' ib.ui five'-*  ' 1,000 pec.  Chicago -  'boaroely ,v  "of Ihesie  from a cc  by the ii,  Cough B'  hod eve:-:  havti    iv  ASSAT25I  ���-c^o-<- ���*  Startlinc ^ut Trjio.   >  ���People tbe world over-were 'horrified  on learning of the burning of a  Ohida-,  go theater iu- which  nearly   six  hundred'people lost their, Uvea,   yet pore  ' than five' timtjo Tkin aimber or over  3,000'people'died from ' pneumonia  in  ��� Chicago 'durnig the same year, with  scarcely a pacing notice. Every one  of these cases* of  pneumonia1 resulted  NELSON.       -^  li. c  si  Wholesale 'Wine  '  and ��� Spirit 'Her- *  (chajQ.t.   '-,'*  A.��ent for Calgary,Brewing Oo.-a '   ,   ���  ���Be��rrAle, aiad'Pdx-ter.,  DR^'KINGh;. &. -MILES,  Will be in Moyie Iltb of'each  month':  l (.     i    i    ^        /\ p .  Qranbroo!k, -    . ;: '-B, C.  wriaaa-tast-titLuiLL gjrjjwJJJi3Mg��aiiaf i r��i^a�� i ��� *n JMijainjijyi'Binnww  Oeorge H. .Thompsqn, ���  ' , ,' BARitisTsn, SpLtoiTon, iSTo-.  v .'       , ��� tary Bucltc, &o. -;  *. ��� '  OKANBEOOK.v ' ' British Columbia?  ���j***n*^*'sg?*g^^'*,CT'y^gqtt*c''i  The '-'/Most Progressive -*'  '    Company   in,, Canada.     0  - ,  y  (HEAD OFEICE TORONTO.)   ���,  ')���       -I     .0  i   W  T.> Label & Co.'a  . l  *.'      ���>'���  ,  I     l*  BUY YOUR  St/ Joseph's ' Cbhvent.;  '   hoarding and Day School' conducted' hy lh3>Sisto3 of St. Joseph, Nelson  B   "C     'Commercial    and,, budr.e&H  courses a specialty     Excellence! and  Bwft  progrPr-y charfictoaiBO  each   de- j  n-irtmenl.   'Parents  should 'write   foi J  particulars.  , One,month  awuroB   the'  ".', Hay and Grain*   .���  ;cMlk--'#i' Calgary  l. ' *     , P 0'  's~^  ^1?  *kjt����i��i?j^j ^  '-a-a-  4li * <  IsBud'3;the most.up'to'date.Iiifiuranca  contract.   Jt ia as  free  from conditions as the air vou' breathe.    Why^we^also. guarantee  . Vou -profits on tho policy.   Ask' for particulars on this Contract,     .  ��� . "    ' , -' -       . ,   *   '  .'        '''.,*'       ' ' ',    t  '' ' VBEALB" & ELWELlV  '   '      ''''.',"      *   "��� ,'  Agonts, Cranb'ropl:. "<  ��� ; ,'     <."���'���>. Y     '        ���   ��. "  sv-;*J'/mELVILLE : TBA\KR%  -,       '/'�����  ,, "    "    ,        ,.'"','     !"1"     General Agent, Nelson.*,    ,--  of thece basea'o    pnoumom , iu..-   ^��-- ��� -���  -  tl;or0UghnC8i   of   the  from., cold and could have   been   pre- pub.xO  d    toe      ^ ^ Termp  by the timely,   use   of   Chnmborrain &  Cough Remedy.    A great  many  who  had everv   reason 'to   fear' pneumonia  have    warded.it   off by   the   prompt  w       use of this remedy.   The  following  is  1,aW , i\'y     an instance of this sort:    "Too   much  U3��   f'       cannot be .aid in   favor  of  Ohamber-  "S     -W. Cough Bemedy.  and specially  r-^Co    ' "for colds andinfluonza.    I  know   that  rcohl"-      U cured   my   daughter, .Lnnra, o.   a  severe cold, tind I bobovc saved hi>r life  When sho waa threatened  with   pneumonia..'   W. D. Wilcox, Logan, New  York, ' Sold hy W, J.  Atchison,  it cured  severe cc  \vhen slii  monia.,'  York,    i  I3TT  ; NOTTCK  Kotlco..-lierebTBlveiitbftt Uur'y days niter  a*lotolntenaio ,x-,ply to iho Chief Comin��  toner of Lands mui WorVs for a s-pfecift,  S .o cut ,na ��rr, - ny Uxabor Mom Ujo  following dc��iTl1ofl liird*. in f*ou.li Ea^ -oo  leni'>  '1   ill  (%". i   '   J ' _ _       |->w I, mt ���  coruei -: I-A i-01. "W-   Ko>l.*iinj    >'�� '"-'���  Kllll-liU.ii.,l!,i'..ieU*lft*..,   ��>.,.����..  (.outl. ICO oUr..".*. I .*b�� 1 ��.*c�� "I" to.^iH'iu.-, u .,  ]),itci lh'- 2nd <1 '���* ��* r.-bMiarv. 1? i '���  movic    M'Hni:n  ...   miuin-i  .'o^'u.v  l.IMl'U 11-  UL.UUU       v.     ~ ���,  Sisters' methods of teaching, lermp  coirim..bco January, April and oept.  Pupil? are iiditiiUi*cl dnrinu t.ern-  HEW BUSINESS  COMBTHfTION.  ' .TOHI-T ���fiUTOTIlROIT.  A. M- BLACK.  We havn formed  a  partnership  for  the purpose of carding on l*ufine3is ii.  Fire,   Life   and  Accident Insurance;  Auctioneers and Stock Brokers.  Any business   intrusted   to   ns   will  receive prompt and   careini  attention  Hutchison & Black,  Leask Block. ORAXBROOK.  Foreign and   Domc-Jtic Winea^xiciuors  and Cigais.  ".. CEAKBEQQK.  ^i"i*  IPQI VW1  �� -��,  r^-'  -FROM   u.    ''   .  ���A.'B.1 Stewart & Co."  AGENTS  1*0,R.- ��  KOOTENAY'STEAM    LAUNDRY.  PpMrr 'RpstBurant  I   &i��ti?JW    SiU'iS'.wMl'WJf*  and BAKERY.        '    * *  Meals served lo .Order.   Bread'lor Sale  '' Twelve Loaves $1.  >, Prop.  SEND YOt;K. ORDERS  " '   ".lvTO TCTS'  "��^. N* . '/-*'..  r^Z&T' '   For all kinds of oheot melal. wo*s in-  *S_\|* . h     '           '"  "r-    ,Cl''     '1-tOOFJN.C,   F.IJRNACE  UEATT^Gf' BLOWER  .   j;d   , TiriNO,' STOCK' POTS, etc.  Hi      We'>1so  handle a 'full   line   of "Mc;  I   F llcClerv's Famous  Stoves," the  a } '��� '     best, in the market.   ,L   i<& *; 1 il?-���/,>-*  /���   U--^wV'-i'--*'''"-5   ���       '  k  '.    r   "     ������ CRANBROOK,  e-iwji'i, iwaMi1 j J ���-��!*��� rnw����g  And Bath  Rooms.  tn Sr05B BmldinK.  First Clans Work.  A, L. FRANKLIN  Save. Tim<  ALL   THE   TIME.  IJY   USING  it.}  FORoPI^E   TATLORINb   GO   TO  ^* h n ti n  9"      B^  KEBOHANT   TAILOR  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trouaer.s . Imported    Goods.  ���o ,,mucins w a vost vl-mlul   .��   lio  "   - rfS^l^        ^^Ujfib      SlS^tUt .A. f,A ���&; '* *J-  ^-^ ,'��,��- -u.-^.t- -  eof.ltoyiol.iko, l��7  Cbniu-   h    lint. >o.   U    ts rf ��� *- ���     I ,-     ,,;;-.;,     ;.i;?^, ^;:(: _    j ,)KsAliIM< il ISKOS,    1T..1...  MOYIE,  B. G  ���THE-  f;  t��r   r  "'T  O-'l  ^i-r.:1..  v.  -m     "'���  .! (  C^   - O '-^    -^  "j?  <   a".  ''3  'IO  Oeiu  LatGsidc  iho Fort S  Where It  ��.akc  TAKE i  K. (J. Ko,  Elountaii)  Miner"    <  .3r.ysfrc.rn  iu? Jlocor  for the t>u  the nbovo  And fnr  Goction 37  suauee of  P Uatcdtl  f-R3  TA  r-llM-JRAL   ACT.  (i-oiiM 1*";  ���jniiTncvrii ok IvrKovLMi.N-i'-.;  siiTiris.  hi.-c ..lu'fM'.ouM'Por.l   01 .'".'*,   *.tk  to  ri  ���^S'ta; ou,,.-t -'-or i..a. ���:'��-:���  l^ki: sor..-.r.aa, i,;. - - nV. V'tf ; 1  3���j:ISc(or<l.s f" i  <-, y",',"  ' (|,   ,,.   ,  for Uie i.un'o-*' "> i'"1*1 n*  l���.^i J -������.  --v.    ��� -"���  *   'J!   -jUiL,'.-'--'.    ���"��� ��.!��w^j'-*��������  ' ��� ->   AI.Tj  JIKsAIilSJiil  ISKOS,    l*r��l>?  L...,..* l.i.mIc /' ".a in < '.r.ncotion  ui'h h- i' ' '"'���' "'mi' "r('5"1 ;non' J)t-''  0} :u\ '..mli'O I.'   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