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 **���*,  . ,<f  ���v  4 _.< ...-���'VM*%   w , /  /    , 'V ,  I ..... ���/�����    '  .��� J,, >    ;*--  \>  .  ^ ,-s -\^r^r <-***-  ft^l 10 1^J  >,        '���* <"* <���  a*  MQYIE~ B. C JAOTJAB^a^  Ternie's New Railway.  $2 A YEAS  itEGTEO  If  :.   - nTl0 week-we'wfll, give big.  ^J^foSlin prices in order ,,  re^ff^W.   We are;  0 .S-io. "Tlie' Allowing   are  _  .JS^^T��� offer, for,     ,.  J'.,   oneW��?^;. ,-.;,'/       '  Wil^beBOidipr��is  T   '    '������ orteioal price,$18. - - '.-.<*���  i, ��� , .van  Won Over  Rose by ;^  i.    15' Votes.  Si  .1  ,1  J  ft  .   ,    ...  ,,,12.50.,. ,     ...   ..  '"'',*���"��� n'tTpr a'special toe ��-����  We also ��,ff^_tnBtitolied:tail-  '��9S^Kw^';  defies competitton, . ..   S5��>v,  Hamilton .Wins in R'ossland.  and HammaV in Grand :  ���'    ,     Porks'.; .   A   '" :  ���  'S.G.Yerkee, of Seattle, A.'G, IV A,  of the Great Northern railway,  was  in  Fernie last week arranging for a regular daily service between this city' and  ���the main   line'of his road. .Regular  rains were put  ces-last   Tuesday   be-  re'en Pernio and Eexford, a distance  of (52 miles.   The train leaves Fernie  at 10 si. m. and returns at   8:25 p. m.  By this route Spokane is reached in  9  hours and 55' minutes, Seattle  in 23  hours and 20  minutes, Vancouver in  -29 hours"and 45"' minutes.   Tassengers  leaving'Saattle at 7:30 p". m. or Vancouver at 4. p. m. arrive in' Per nie the  next day at 8 ;25 p. m.  .Until tlie Kootenay Central is built the Great Northern will get the bulk, of  the Spokane  and coast' trade from East Kootenay,  and points in Southern   Alberta. " The  opening ol this  new' route   means   a  .paid,0P Capital-$8,750^00oQb,,  BeS��?^*ii%es.'�� 83,000,000 cnov.so,'o��.  Total S.e^xrqeB , t, c?n,       ���..  A,t .' tbo    Nelson city ' election*, on  Thursday John Houston won .over   Dr.  Rose  wjtb' a   majority   of. rl5   votes.  Four" 6uV~bf .laix " of   bis  aldermenic  ticket were also elected with  him.  Jt  .was tbe hottest politicial contest ever  waged   m ���'Nelson,   and it  .was   the  largest   vote "that,-was* ever   polled,  ��� numbering.l.piq, /John Houston was  ' sworn 'in as mayor on' the evening , ol  his election. <���-       - '���    ���   '.  ���C.'-R.-Hamilton waa'elected over   J;  Stilwell Clute in Bossland.,  Jeffery' Hrfrnmar was elected over  Robert Gaw'-in Grand' Forks.  great deal to   tha  Fernie .Ledge.'  coal   metropolis.  ;t rege  ��Two. TQns Choice Fresh  Ontario Creamery Butter  (-DECEMBER  MAKE.) ^  Which We Quote as Follows:  i' < ,  1 ^Eound Bricks, 35 Cents-  i4   "'      Boxes,   30      "  .28   "    '   , *"'       S9      ���' '"  :;��� .56   ":      s?  ',    '38      ,u      ���  We stilLiiave a .mall quantity "of., Whi^Swah, which\w>�� ,  '   ���'   ���        'areselline  at former prices.       ".    '  '   '    t Ordere utliyiirea promptly 'to any pari 6�� town,  Lake Frozen Over.  b.,       ,avt5Lj"k'-  teaaM.P^cH.  A  Tbe "people of Mojw were  rather  taken by' surprise'when'they   arose  last'Suuday  morning and  found tlie  f  lake frozen "over.   By Monday tlie  ice  was.nearly1  .two" inches  thick^.and  many took advantage of it and enjoyed,.  themWves skating.   ���From.all indications there will be a good-quahty ,and  thickness oi ice this year.and   a  good  l6tdfitwiirbe-put.uP;fdr home-,nse  and shipped to the surrounding towns.  ^���LQ.Q.FrBalL'   ; ' ���  ��� i-        , ��� ____^____.  The Moyie Odd Fellow* ate '^fepar.  in'g to giye'-their regular annual W  on Friday evening, January ^-tti  The commitiee in charge is .composed  'ofO.A, Foote, E. .Campbell, U. y  Howard and F. J. BmytK. The baU  will be one of the very best given in  Moyie this winter,  "F;.0,!E, Installation,'   .  At the regular meeting of the Moyie  Aene of Eagles last Wednesday evening tbe newly elected officers 'for,1 the  ensuing term ..were , duly installed, by  the acting Grand Worthy Fresidenp P.  J.J McMahon'- Following'�� a list o-  the officers:   * ' >  ' B.'J,lliley,W.P.,P.       *'  ,    S. A.Hill,W.Pl.  ,  |   'Dr. Harvie, W. V. P.   ' _  ,     ,.  Geo.. Staples, W.'Ohap.   ,  J. H. Hawke,;W. Secry. y     >    ',  ' W. J. Atchisisoh, W. Treas, ��  '"Joe Baker, W, Con, ,    ,  lH. N. Bfentonj W. I* G.,  J. Crawford, W', Q. Gf  o    *  ���AND-  LOCAL NEWS  ���- Trustees; J.'J..Murphy,".F: J'.,McMahon and D, Martin;   ,     ,    >  J K  *  Fell 80 Fe>t.' '.  iovoriobk the'-fero'eery, Store' in  Lake Shore Addition;/'  tices as iS as Any:  *���      '        /     //  I  $e  Eifle  Sboot=  While timbering" in a  raise  at  the  upper,  workings Xot  the'St.  Eugene  mine last Saturday, afternoon .Martin  Howlett   and  Ed  Sheares lost, their  footing.  "Hewlett "fell, about; 80-feet  and Sheares, who'was rho're" fortunate,  stopped at about-GO feet;. cBoth   men  were unconscious when picked up and  carried out.. Howlett'-was   much   the  wo'rde hurt, and it was at first' thought  that he was badly injured   internally.  Both men were taken to,the Cranbrook  hospital     on   tbe   afternoon's   train-  They are out again  and= will  aoon  be  able to return1 to work.    But they, had  a miraculous   escape 'from   a  terrible  deatV  a '.<���  'O ���  WBowness was' in'town Thurs-  'Lad Tate's ad^on'; another' page  of  this paper.* '        ���   "   ��� ,      .      >  ' *Jack;FitZgibbohs; canie  over .from-  Poplar' this week.        ;     . .   '  *Rev. S.J.Thompaon'was up  from  Cranbrook Tuosday..   .    ," -  ' W   J   Atchison,  the druggist,   was  iu Cranbrook the first of the week.  ,'c Dr Harvie and T). A. Ayres  were  in  Cranbrook Thursday.evenmg. .  Chas," Armstrong," of ''the  Manhattan  hotelrWas in Cranbrook Thursday.   ,  this morning for B.,Campbell &. Qo,  " The Movie Dancing club^gaVe their  regular we'ekiy hop Thursday evening,  METAL   MARKET.     "t  'jfj-ff ' Y6RE-~Bar .silver,., 59J, cente  Lead^ $4.20.   Zinc (spelterV��4.75.  London���Lead, ��12 17s,6d. ' -    _  ;z:ue^y����"'^'��ia^��  Tiiat i! you  ,v*nl i0.uran= at KMOMble B". w��.       . eougll  mi .poedy .ellK.nte**1*' *�������� ro"^���^,0  ARNOLD &  cra:;?,iigok.  TheBloyieKiUeclub b-d a ficol*-  ing match yesterday on tbe lake at  lhe loot of Queen's avenue. ,lhere  were Bik ducks shot for. Eddy won o;  Oleson IJ hout^^_dJ^^^  UisrinleES.  Th6 fault of giving children  medicine containing inlunous sub-  stancca, is sometimes more d sastroUs  than the disease from which tboj   .ue  ��Ml'.l "g  h   BisliopatRome,  The Right E��v. August DonleuwiU,  Biahopof WeBtminster, B.C. was received in audience one day last week  by Pope Pius -X. Thet Pontitt asked  the Bishop for particulars regarding  his diocese, and was interested tolearn  that it, contained 10,000 Indian Catholics.  1..  @��b t ��elatf  Hocfeey;  Wc cdtry Ihe beet range ofhatsin town  Seo our  union  bcautiec.  MEJ.1'0  FtJElSlSHEBd  t^oit zok. Bend your Christmas  order to uowd veil HUit to your en"  S ^faction or refund your money.  ��-Cat^^r^tuglvtS  will     bo     engraved   frc-.      /-  guarantee to  to do  engraving  within  two or three days of   pbtietmaB.  W. H. WILSON,        ,  i   Jeweler.   .       CBAITBBOOK.-S. C.  *sn effort has been made to organiae  a hockey team aaS a meeting was  called for that purpose Thursday,  The meeting failed to materialize,  however, and nothing haa cinco been  done. In all probability another  mealing will be called oiion.  Oranbrook Eagles-           *  ���naer'o of Eagles will bo organised  in Cranbrook on Wednesday. January  85th, and in all probability the Moyie  aerie will be askcO to do the .wo��.  The new aerie will begin -vntn a  membership of nearly SO.  Bornlln Fernie on January 6th  to  Mn and Mfa.:vVm. Mills,   a   daughter,  ���-Ledge.'-        *'    '    ��� r  -Andy" Johnson  'has    returned   -to  to^fand to'again behind to  ��ialicB.  anVattbeMuyibncufl. ^  . A daughter was\born   to  Mr. .and  Mrs. G: B. Muir in Cranbrook on January 8 th.  T P Farrell and" wile, wlioiarosppnd.  i^ the .wini-r in Lowell  Mass., ^11 re-  turn ��o Moyie about   February   -,nd.  Garrett Keefe, who has been finding  bar at   the   Moyie   hotel   for   -aevera  months past, left; thia   weea-    io.   his  home in Bossland.  John Hayes ww up frpm_Cra^nbrook  Thursday representing A. L-   Wcuei  mot, the wholesale liquor   dealer.  "Bandy" Hogg, well known,to the  old timers of Moyie, was recently elected president of the British Benevolent  Society in Spokane.  LCfST-A. lady's bracelet^mewbe���  on road to.St. Eugene mine. Imder  vmp\oaBe.brlng same to this office and  receive suitable regard.  Ti-e Philharmonic Lady Quartette  Will appear at tbo Eaglet hall next  Thuiay evening, January 10th.  Don't forge- tbo   dale.  Jarnei! Cronin roturued horh his trip  efl3t Wednesday, regained home a  day, and departed yeoterday foi l*so  land.  K subscription  waa- valued amongst  ,.*0 miners amounting   to   over  *-j0  Pd^-been sent to the widow of. the  itteMinard Ferguson, who io imr-g m  jre*ff   Brunswick:  -Social' Next -Tuesday. '  .���  - i    -' ,.$^q -J la���-.  " All arrangements'have been perfect-;  ed and tickets are.now on sale for   'the ���  Catholic ladies' '.social wbich^will .Ije.  held in the Eagles''hall next  Tuesday ���  evening.   It. will be a'hayseed  social,,  and no doubt some unique ^and   gro-,.  tesque costine's  will   be   in   evidence;. ,  Suitable prizes will be   given' 'for   the,  ,oest sustainedjcbaracters.^     ^  . : ^uAp^^Batii/^/v v,  t , i   ���    ���      i        .    ��� --    r-  drsd< Par'kpri.'' accountant _ for ,.the  Moyie Lumber '.Co., .started Jrom-' the  mill ^town on sliateo Tuesday rooming, but when coming down'the  "narrows" the ice broke and into the  chillv water he .went. It happened  not far fi'cim tlie mill, arid he was seen^  aild fished out, but he came to town .on  foot.        -1 '   . ____���-^1���    '  rijbld Weffler:  Vc   ,'  wavo  A cold wavo struct South East:  Kootenay . this week, In Cranbrook.  Wednesday-morning the mercury was  down' to 20 Agrees .below zero, and in,  Moyie on' the aamo morning it was  down to ?. The, weathor .has .been  -down or below cero^mest cLtho   week.  rMirieMe'etiQd ./  The annual meeting, ol the ,War,  Eagle oompwy^ill be held in Toronto  ner.t inontl:,.      .   ' ���   >���    .      ;'    ".    "   \  Tl**f?:nnual meeting\of the Le Boi  company will be heldan.Loqdon,about  the middle of FebruaryJi-it. the, present  arransement/ are   carried -out.  St; Eugehel  Last Tuesday wao.p&ySafcftt^Jb'o St,  Eugene and..tho sum.cf .^o.COO. ����  paid- out. ,.Evorr/tlr:aC��-> ranniog in  fulUwinBaadnoiartho.-ccW.TToather  ha. not i^eg:g2L^S^''"' -  Ilk"  Sunday SchooVutP p. m.   B>-  ening    ser^eo   at J���,, ^ -  'M^KO^^unda^c^cl^Jr  P, >'< EVcnTn^'titirv-cD at > ���*-'- - -^-'-',  "V.vervcfci&VrdL'aciV-^ :* - "'���' ' ':   V '    -  _   ._.. t.^TvYT-S THGMASjTaGtoi.  ' ^y^tbcHiaBb^a snfferer    or \WYQT}  Mi^TS A  Vfr;H.Howard.j)E Hasina        toeto      ,_,    ^^^e^,;-.  ^3Sdea��^St��^  ^ftBSoId,a7aiiabis,ih^; P^ ;?f,5jS& ] ^   ^  Surppo:   ��Pocial,ttentipngiV^SboUW^  wiiU'  !'^��^  ''���'���  ''���������'''���   '   '���'' *    ��      "���        ^^-v^Wiit*5>a^''^^^*:' ^^  F; j,^ADt.EY.&C.d-'...  Good rooms, good* tables, and��� tar,  and first class sample roo-na.  1.11C^.uj��7������ ,���    ���     ������ -.  uiit^sj ;*:-���: . , ���c iT,icl*,H.nri -'Pehnoyl-  W^^-B^^QSt.S'hnameVto  T^: A SS at all timea.w/al^ih|:  bpitle    ^  CfeSicati-5ne.^ho.,up-  ^ ff?b-S 5S wonderhii   pain  aided ltwii^ *-*'? ^   ,   rij.rj: infactj obe  felibvfe'r she h*4 8.{er. Xj'i   10   at  all  i3never,vith^^vv^- ai  tithes  able .f^"^," ,Ji i-e'spa  away  ���.,r,1ii��l��.i Ji *��; f '* ,5 rtPj   trcu-.  K^^Fof^yW.J'AtcWo.,  A- '  XSbT?3ST0'-BE:^:  MIKING STOCK TO  Crifrycuv/ibhtoiri74Bfc  in any of tbesoccneult  FARB^LL % SMYTH.  Li  vv.  ���ST'. ���������i-fa^vn-f, fl���V Ulf^-^^p.  'H1-7--  i'/'--, :  u  ��� ���tit-*������ -  ffjt  <* ,i  WISDOM.  l^l  X  THE FINAL INSULT.  -<!-'  ''   ' .'  '-    '',  , One Thins She Wonld Hot I��et Go fcy  Unnoticed.' '    ' ���*     ,     ?  ��" "He is furious with you,"  said, the  .girl -with the red pompadour.  'The girl with the retrousse nose only  smiled asxshe turned to the micro/ and  caught up'a' stray lock of hair with a J  gilt hairpin. , '  ���' ' i SUk Stookinjjs and Silvo-DBuckies in Voffue  "He said" went On the girl With,the luiLo/ndou���Paardnbursj Kuttle ('round  goblet.  bowl  or  ���The  water  placed   ia  cup  Changes,its form to its receptacle;   ,  And   so   our   plastic   souls'   take    various  sbnpes i <  And characters of good or 111, to St  The good or evil In tie friends we choose.  Therefore  lie   ever careful  in your choice  of friends.'    >    "* ?_ <���*  And' let, your special  love    be    given    to  those  Vfhose   utronprtb.   of   character "may   prove  "^     the   wbip,       , '   / * ''   '  That  drives  you   ever, to U fair    Wisdom'!  goal. . ,  Tokyo, Japan. /      ���By Japan's Mikado.  ,/<'back TO,KNEE BREECHES.  '      !   . ft  '.  '  !t  redr pompadour, "that youfwereAutterly,  'devoid'rof principle and intensely; vaiuft  'Male dress   reformers ��� in     London  are'n'bw busy-urging-'a return ,of tlie  and horribly seliish." -' i\  wearing of knee breeches.   A , society  "Did he?" giggled 'the girl with tliejrc of young  swells , has    been,    formed  etrousse uose.'Cranmg, her'neck to see-j] pie-dged^o wear theni at theatres and  I1  ( _  \ i     ������---.j  ���-    ,  .*���    ,<-\  ���-."���;*}  i  :  *' '  i  - i * ��1  p  l-tt  \  " "    h  1  , I  .'(.  '    r I  . 1 '  '���{  * r  your father is not half as rich as peo-ifl     ,ses  fco  apreaQ>  The rer0rniers   are  pie fancy and that your family came; .m,r     the colun*ns.ofcthe press with  originally  from  Kansas,, where,' your, ���<--.-..  -~di ^_ *.    .,.���.-_ ,.��-.....   .uX*   ���n  grandfather ran a���a���If- forget' what;  they call it, where they, sell beer and,  things, and that there is a discrepancy  in your coat of arms and that, lie  taught you all you know about art, and  .that you never read auything^but paper covered novels aud didn't kuQ*w an  isul from an ology until he met.'you  mid"���.      (   -.      - . ,' ,. ~ '*   '"-  ���.'Oh, w'^1," interrupted the girl with'  the retrousse nose, taking a bundle 'of  pins ",out 'of her" niouth  and 'serenely  .pulling in the lacings of her girdle, "he  feels terribly cut up,'poor boy, since I'  ���-since]'we���ceased  to���well,   since  it.  has .been nll^ouV'-jYou en n't blame him  for paying .sonic/spiteful  things, ���dnd  "everybody knows they aren't true." ^ -  , '//Of courses" agreed'the. girl with the  "red pompadour, "''and that is what-1  told Edwin.  There isn't a'single word  ,of truth,in what he has said, even-that  ypu^wear'No'. .7 boots and have'your'  'frocks cut loiig to'hide them and"���^  ������-r-i,vi .im cr-'-o-  thiil-?"  c-flsoodu'the  i  r '   I  ^  ^ , *\ ,}  <���       ' ���/������  Did ..he say, that?" gfisped./the girl  , with the retrousse nose,1 dropping the  1 powder puff-ihH'he ruidst of1- powder ing-  her hose and turning, w'rathfully, upon  "��� her companion.  ���   lr    \{   ',      ,  ,'  '.''"Why, yes;'.'<replied,vtbe'girl with the  .'  .red pompadour hastily., "Buf'you sure-  ���>'ly don't"blame him.' You know you did  '   treat, him-rather  shabbily;   Madeline,'  (_'  and"- L ',.'.*."���   '��� ,'.  ,";" "I said," cried the irate girl with*the  .    retrousse nose',' bringing the"hairbrush  cv emphatically dowsr'-upon the corner of  '    the dressing table, "that I didn't blstme  "^hiiu.or'at.leasVcould forgive him for.  '. attacking, iny character and my verac-  .ity .and,'my, education,and 'my common  sense, and my'ancestry and my father  and .'grandfather, but-when he maligns  ',my,feet���my 'feet��� ;Stella Carter, it's,  more tlian'ahy woman could Gear  'going. %tb  "punishc him'.'V     .   0\  vv-:t.:."' \���t : '"\  ���','���"  ,    > 't  I'm  ���''%  No jolinny In It. ��� *��� ,      ' i   '  '   Mrs.' C. was visiting a neighbor* who,  had a bright boy of -four years'. ^ -When ^  she was ready'to'go home she asked  the little fellow- to accompany ner and  stay to tea.,      ' " ' ' '/   ���  "And   we   will   have ' johnnycake,,  added Mrs*.' C."to clinch, the argument'  The child had never heard corn cake  called by'this- name, aud he expected.  :somelhmg  very  fine, , but  was  disappointed  as  ho, watched  her   make  it  just as  his  mother  made  corn'cake.  When it was ready to go in the oven'  Mrs. C. said: *r  "Artie,  as soon as it bakes we will  have our tea." * '  But the little fellow  thought there  -must   be   a-  great    mistake,   and    he  caught  hold  of.(Mrs.  O.'s   drew  and,  with   eyes , and   mouth   opened   wide,  gasped out:  .    "Oh,  Mrs.  C, you've forgot  to put  ���the Johnny in'."       .' ,   --  the arguments to the effect that all  the laws of economy,' > health and  bpauty favor the abolition ' of tha  stpve-pipe trouser as -worn to-day.  ,   l,ord Kobert. at Jfaiii-Uobin-jj.  i ', ��  Of-interest to Canadians is Lord  Roberts'f recent visit," to,the South  African 'battle-fields, says' a recent  despatch, Lord Roberts re-fought tho  battle of Paardeberg,1 but his'advance  upon Cronje's laager was made in a  motor-car instead of with ahree divisions'-of infantry."   '       \'  . *���  The "Cpmmaiider-in-Chief was.keenly  interested     in     the.,',,famous    battle-,  ground,    .although  greatly   'surprised'  at its altered,"appearance.  There waa,  even some  trouble at -first,  in locatr-  ing    soveral <'well-remembered\   incidents.'    Herds of * springbok ,have   invaded the . Paardeberg- ..drift,    and - its  Lactic  scars ,are.'..welL,,hidden.''('-'   r'"  p', Lor^ci'  Roberts  found,     after' , some  "difficulty;,  the  site* of    liis  headejuar-'  1 ters'Yoii' that ��� eventful;.Fcbruarj' rhorn-  'ing  when.,General -Crbnje  surrendered'  himself  after, stubborn resistance. He  related the incidents ,of the surrender  to  the members  of his party.      Lord  RbUei'ts alsoHraced the advance,made  , liy .General    Smith-Dorrien's. division  on February  26th,   and /'trie   , subsequent night'attack-in  which the~Ca-'  nadiansqlost heavilj".'  Half buried in the veldt Lord Roberts discovered' a number ,���of , rusty,  meat tins, souvenirs "of the, "alarm  .signals", devisfed by ��� the Boers. These  tins -,had been ^strung, on wire-- some  distance in front of the trenches, and  tho .'enemy were (thus" warned o'f  night attacks.      <     * f 0<  '   Many  other vrelics of the battle were  discovered���-fragments   of     shells,'*- human  bones,-and  cartridges;    while in  one"of$h��  trenches  a'Boor'b'oy   .unearthed and"proudly.brought-to* Lord  Roberts a ���rust-covcred,"bayonet. *   *,',   _  J   Lord  Roberts   spent  two    hours  on  ;'the .battlefield,   arid 'eventually''-walked   around  the   iriner'trenches*  '*,'His' visit    created'   'great'   curiosity  among' the, Boers.:, Some   of   C-.-onje's  "6'hl, men-who had   fought���the British,  at* Paardeberg  followed *the ' party at  a respectful distance.       *     -     J"     V. ..,  On* thet. journey   to   and  from  Kim-,  bc-rley  there   were   many    expressions'  of good-will on'the'port  of., the residents.    Several  of   the  Boer   .farmers  displaved' "Union    .Tacks,  and   invited  tiio      Commander-in-Chief      to    visit  3them. "*- - '    "  WAS SENT HOME  AS INCURABLE  THEN     JOSEPH      BOONE     FOUND  HEALTH    IN    DODD'S    KIDNEY  PILLS.  He  Was  Unable  to  Work for  Sevsn  Years   Before,,  He   Used the  Great  . Canadian Kidney "Remedy.      .   ,  Cotte-1's Cove, Nfld., Dec. 19.���(Special).���The days of miracles are past,  but ,the cure of Joseph Boone of this  place almost ranks with the sensational cures of the earlier ages.  Mr. Boone has been ailing for eight  years,' seven of which he was unable  to work from the effects of Backache  and Kidney Complaint. He was all  aches and pains. ,   ,  .     *  ' He was treated by several doctors,  and after seven months in the hospital was sent home as incurable. It  ,was there that'reading of cures in the  newspapers led him to , use Dodd's  Kidney Pills. It-.took - twenty-one  boxes to cure him, but to-day he is  strong an'd_ well and hard at, work  lobster fishing,    . .'" . ,  .' People" here have learned that if the  disease is of the Kidneys or from the  Kidneys Dodd's Kidney Pills will cure  it. ,        ,  '    ' ". ' "       " ,  . '  A   LOOK* AT   OUR-  PROGRESS.  , An ITnfortinintc Omlssiow-,Nx,  *   Hicks���There is one thing.that .th^se  -schools of elocution ought to-'teach and  don't.  Wicks���Whafs that?"  Hicks���They don't teach their pupils  when they' ought to decline positively  to give a recitation.  cTtctfer  Lute   Tliim   Nefcr.  .  "Did you know your husband long  before you married him?" asked the  casual female acquaintance.  "No," answered the bride whose  honeymoon was on the toboggan, "but  I'm beginning to find him out now-  after midnight."  Why He   Called.       ,  He, was an elder of .'a chapel in, a  little Glamorganshire town. He was  also a tradesman, and he fell upon  evil~da'ys. His creditors pressed him,  and he was forced to file his petition  iu  bankruptcy.  i-lis failure was the talk of the  town. He felt his position acutely,  and kept as much as possible within  doors.  Then the brethren decided to hold  a' meeting, and the unworthy elder  was summoned to attend. The pastor spoke first, ile urged his people  to be considerate and tender.        ^     ,  He was followed by 'a man who.  made an eloquent speech on honesty  in trade, and concluded by moving  that the elder be suspended from office for a period to give him time to-  purge himself of his heinousness. A  seconder and supporter, spoke to the-  same effect. -      ' " ..*������_.  Tlie brethren looked severe. their  countenances were set with the stern-  tu-ss- of a righteous wrath, a deep  silence  pervaded the room. _   '" -  Slowlv   and humbly  the elder arose,  i   want,"  he murmured  meekly,  -   We   will,.soon   be   closing another  veatv and again"as we/the citizens of  Assinibola, tlie farmers of the West,  balance our hooks for another season  we1 can look' around  us and' see and  feel prosperity; we know that,we are  better off than We wore a year a��p,  and those of us who have been-in the,  West 'since  its  youth* know1 that  its  growth and progress are substantial. ���  ���'  'ihe   pioneers ��who   came-   to   the  ���wheat belt of Western ' Canada made  a  choice  of  two .propositions   when  thev decided to,,farm;   to' select ,the  highly   advertised ; lands of   the * Da-  kotas and*. Minnesota,. or come to the  le��s' advertised territory of Manitoba  and' 'Assiniboia.     Were   they   wise   in  their selection?     Let us look,  at   results.-     >.���      ���!       , ' ' ��� , -,. '  The  Blue. Book  for  the  ten-years  '91-01  gives  the " average.-, yield    per,  .acre' of 12-07 bus.  in N.'- Dakota" and  10 (H ������  bus.   in"  S.   Dakota, t with   au  average "of all  Western * States  of 12  bushels.    The. Canadian1 Blue-Book is  authority  for   the   figures   that cover  the'same period ���'���of years   ('in-'Oir'm  the Canadian West the average yield  was   17.07   bushels.   These quotations  nstiAV u-orjO'Bjswus jo.Sunaar't. sn 8aiS  we look'"backward for a de-cade ,and  realize that wo,are about 40*per cent  wealthier each'year-than our cousins  across the line. Even ,this year,  which Iras made sok much, dissatistac-  ,lion '-owing to the disparity in prices  caused by tne crop 'failure ,m; the  United .States with the rust blight,  our return-s per-acre 'are more than  if we* were 'farming in Uncle Sam s  land. "Our average, of .17%"bushels at  SO .cents would be .,,,$14 per acre;  Northern,-States average of,12 bus.  at '"90 cents-wourd-be^lT.52 per acre,  The-amount is-: not very large,- only  sl>50 oii a1-ISO-acre ' crop, ^but-it is a  nicer nest egg, and though our prices,  have, to be .governed -hy, Bn,,sh-^rnar-  kets and the .scarcity -of milling  wheat* across the border*'roakes -a local market, which can call flour _ at  ?:j 4EJ peraiundred, while we buy, our  flour* for ?2'.20.^    ���        '       '      .   '      ���  We-have our drawbacks m ttiis  country, but we- also haye substantial  advantages. Let us then be .loyal to  our country. Push it along m every  ���wav .that is,.going, to beneht those  who reside nere and the t proppenty  will continue.���[Gainsborough Post.  , PROPER WAY TO WALK.  A  Physical   Instructor   Give*   Advice  on the Subject.  ' The way to walk straight is not to  think of the shoulders ;*at all, says a  physical .instructor. Hang your arms  loosely at yotfr sides arid hold yourself erect by moderate ��� tension p of the  back and abdominal muscles and the  ,muscles of the heck. Then*your shoulders will have to hang right.     ���     - /j  Don't '.throw out'! 'your behest. The  chest that is inflated properly by deep-  breathing, is, bound to be thrown out,  and thrown out not like that of a  stuffed figure, but naturally, because  it can't help it.     ,',  Don't' walk with a stiff neck. Hold  your head erect the way an animal  does. .Watch a deer. "Its neck is ^always' in motion, yet-it is always held'  beautifully. Your head poised oh a  stiffly held .heck Ais no, good, for either  balancing or looking around you. Pois-  .' ed' .confidently , on 'strong but pliant  neck muscles, it becomes what a'head  should be. --,'���*       '  Many classes, of men who do much  walking, such as,Indians, gUiides and  trappers, walk" with their bodies inclined' forward a little bit. But they  don't round their shoulders or 'stoop  their heads. They incline, forward  from the hips: This throws their  weight a little ahead and gives the leg  muscles the chance to exert all, their  power in the best'directions. (>But the  upper body is never.'bent* by these men.  "It�� simply is. held forward from the  hips at a very slight, barely percopti-  'ble, angle.      - ' *    .  Even if correct poise in walking- had  nothing to do with other forms of  athletics it would be' invaluable An lt-  eelf. The man who walk's' right is going to keep his organs���heart, kidneys,  liver and lungs���in splendid form!' But,  besides ,all this, it .helps wonderfully  ih' all outdoor, sports.  Do yo\i want to add  $320 to your income?  It will only require a few minutes of your time every day to earn $320 a. year.    Vou can  earn it with a Chatham Incubator.   A. No. �� Chatham Incubator -will hold from xoo to lao  eggs according- to ��izeof eETip.    Eighty chickensjs a low aver.ipe hatch���users of Chatham  Incubators will tell you so. Chickens are always in demand and the supply is always short,  so fifty cents is the average price secured. If you only takeoff eight hatches in a j-ear, that  gives you an income of $330.00. Wouldn't that extra amount be useful to J ou ? *i Best of  all, you can buy a ,,'.    ,'j '     li  ChatKam Incubator without one cent  of cash until October, 1905  I The mae-hloe pays for itself many times over before that time.   There couldn't be a fairer  offer than this.    We ship a Chatham Incubator to you at once, freight prepaid by us, and  '   vnur first oavment is not due until October, 1905.    Writers to-day for full particular  The  your first payment is not oue uui����*-ri.iv.��*=.. -^-o*     ���_��� ..**v^^.��-u��j. n�� ,��,, |,��...tu,��,s.     .mo  Chatham Incubators and Brooders have every new improvement worth v. rule in an incubator  ft. 1  We selMor Cash  or on. tlm�� ��-.��  you desirtp. (     ,  r  or brooder.   The incubators >  are made with   two   walls,  case within case, of dry material that has been seasoned  in ourlumber yards.    They  '; are built solid as a rock and _  ^will   btand  anyiatnount   of'  ^usage foryears.   The sooner  you accept our offer the soon-  er-iwill the Chatham  Incu-  ,. bator.be earning- profits for ,  ' you.'' 'n.  -        TEffi'  "M:��NSON   CAMPBELL  1     -'       CO., .Limited  :   ��� "    1- *"'', ,.    ,  Dbpt. 35 ' Chatham, Ont.  Manufacturer* of Chatham  Incubators and .Brooders,  Campbell Fanning- Mills,,  and Chatham Farm Scales  ,f *  Distributing Warehouses at  Montreal, Que,, Brandon,'  Man., Calgary, Alta., New  Westminster, B.C., Halifax,  N. S.    .    '   '  1      9  PAPUAN '.CANNIBALS.  A Smiling Face  "signifies robust health and good "  ' digestion.'     You, can   always t  -carry a smiling f acejin spite' of *-  care ' and   worry- if �� you keep >  ,'yoiir ��� liver", right" and' your  , digestion good by using ��� ,,  ���s-  .Tn.it   I.iUe   Human   IleinK*-.  The animals of ihe jungle were giving a play.  When the monkey comedian cut his  ors the lions roared, hut a woodpecker begun to knock and several  tnakes were heard hissing.  V.0.1UI   .xccnpt   ��10   to     Prevent  exposure.  The  supporter  ol   the  1 evolution   is     indebted   to   mc     to     the  \UTZloilpZo.     '"And     now,    with  , clb1^rmLion"-ti.rnin��! to the p-i*-  "tor-"l   will  read   out  the  sums  others   present  owe  me  lie  read  them   out,   calmly   and  libernU-ly.   but   ion*   ere   lie   had  ished  the nrcthrenlrndfUc^  This brazen imposture on the credulity of. the English public was the result  of a wager between'the Duke of ��� Mon-  fi-ue'ancL another nobleman in 17J!>.  Ln" discussing  tut  ainuzing. gullibility  of-; the English people '.the former declared that If one were to advertise it  ���well that he would Jump into a quart  bottle all London would go to see him  do it.    The. wager being made, an ad-  vertisemeut was inserted in all of the  leading papers promising that the feat  would be performed on a certain date  at the riavmarket theater.   On the appointed  day  the  theater  was  packed  from pit to dome, and many hundreds  were turned from the doors.   The supposed magician appeared on the stage  ���uid had the temerity'to state ..that if  --the   audience   would   pay   double   tlie  price   he   would   enter   a   pint   bottle,  shown on the stage  table, instead of  the dUiU't llask. as furnished,   lie then  hurriedlv  escaped by  the  stage door.  V   riot robulted. in which   the  tneater  "was badly wrecked, and the duke and  his companion had'to leave town until  the excitement was well over.  Tliey Mniit Muru'er sml Taste Human"  ',   ' Blood to Attain 'Manhood. '      '-  The cannibal instinct of thej Papuan  of New Guinea' is'not'hard to explain.  In all the 313;000 square miles of New  Guinea there is,not a tribe which,does  not regard murder <as' a knightly accomplishment.1 . Until a man' has taken  a human- life and has'1 sipped, human  blood he is an' object of ridicule. He is  mot permitted.'to tattoo ' himself, and  with h skint thus-unaidorned he,is shunned by Papuan, soeiety.'  Immediately' after,**kitting,some one,*  however, the murderer '.must' undergo  six'days of "purification,"  which are  marked by various uncanny rites..; He  first washes'himself and"'his'weapon  ,and seats himself, upon, a'stage in"the  Bight of tilts wholt- town, but neverthe-,  less unnoticed byVll. .During this time  'he'must eatjiothing except roasted bananas, the pulp���cjf'-which-he'-bites out(  and the rest he throws- away.*-, On-tne  third day'jliejiasi-so-'fiur purified* him-,  self that'his friends'entertain'mm at.a*  lfeast,-and on the fourth, day, he decks  himself" with all /the" ornaments of his  home and parades up-and down the village.'1'After being,'thorougMy admired  he walks'down to-a river, and, standing with feet wide-apart, he lets all tlie  hoys who want to-become great men-  swim through his legs.    On,the next  dav at dawn,he jumps from���bed and  veils out of the window at the top of  'his lungs.    His shout js supposed^  scare away tlie ghost- of. his victim.  On  the  following  day  lie  returns  to bis  wife   who hasv'sp��rnedthim up to this  "    time, and is once 'more installed as the  respected lord of liis househoM.  (Sold'Eyery-where:'    5n boxes 25 cents.  ,", '.   Caught, on" the*  Rebound.  He���Are you '/aware , that    I  something of a', mind reader?"   ..,.'...  She���No.   Do ,you mean to say that  yon'can, read .my thoughts'?   ,  ���He���Sure.   *���        ' -    .,'   .  '- She���Oh,   George,'- this  is  den.,     ��� ���      / '���  am  so    sud-  , ," VToo* Substantial." ' u-  '"Bnpeck���Myr;,wife.;.told', nie to,'buy J|  her,��i good,broom/' _ , . /-j',;  ���Dealer���Well " here's- 'one with, a  hickoryt handle���waranted not; to  break.,? ,-        ���       , s     ���      ,,    ���     ..���  ' 'Enpeck���Great' Scott-! Do you think "^  my 'scull;'4s, made' of 'cast-iron.?   ' _  *- .    .       proper Caper. ��� *    >    ( ���  ��� The  Sufferer-���Wow!' I'm goiagtoa,  dentist'and have this tooth, put.   ���'-  Christian .Scientist '��� -Your* ,tooth  doesn't   ache. ' You'^ only  -imagine.-, it  does:'11   'V        '.��     ''   '      *.   '* ���    -��J  .The, Sufferer���Then I'll    have   the  -dentist extract by imagination.  ffiriar^s ^ Lmiineiitr OnresC -teis^: Etc,;  '"' ,",   .(< 1-   Somewhat   Different.     ���- .  -: Wife���rHow"'docs" the novel end? Do  thev live happily ever-after?   , ���     *   J  Hiisband-^No,'   indeed/ ��� They ^ get  married. ; ��".,"      i    '* -   . -  MffliBD'S'"Mw: for; Sals Evermere.' j  y      -      _: '-^���������; ���  0 ' J  "���' ',* "'    -'in 'After Years. - "  ' *"��       < f  Again �� the ..village,' blacksmith stood J  under the spreading chestnut tree.  ,  Jingling the-'.coins in. his0pocket, -he  spake:     "P care'��� not .who' makes thel  autos of the "nation'provided I ,make|  the'repairs." ;'    <���- -  PAIN si    IlIKB ' THE  ;PO,OR,   AREJ  AI/WAYS WITH US���That portion of ,  man'^  life 'which 'is not  made up ot j  pleasure is largely composed  of pain;  and'to be f ree <.f rom pain is a pleasure   Simple remedies' are' always the  best   in   treating-" bodily ,pam, -and a  safe,  sure and  simple  remedy is, D.r  Thomas" Eclectric   Oil.'    You, cannot-,  do'wrong in giving it a-.trial when required.      '     ",    ,- , t     '   1 ,         r "   ���>     '  -'       ���' ,  Brier BUt'.Strenuous.'     ,    ,  '��� Tomdix���Bhmpkins"- political', career  was'of, short duration, .wqsiilt it?  "*Hojax���Yes;   he went;  up   .like    a  rocket-and. came down like  a' .flying  machine. ' ( ,        ; _ *  .What It Included:. ��� .\    -,  ��  .short-li/spent bver^lOOrat the St.  Louis'^expositioni ,'V ' .    .'   "'  * ^ '  Long���Um���does,  that   include   the  $10,,you.6we'tme?  - ''��� .   "_ "  Short���Yes;  and it also includes $5  more that I was going to| a'skyou'tor.  Old  Stbry.   ,  '.Greening���Last evening,! proposed  to avgirl who is interested in photography. r        , '  Browning���������"What was the result?  Greening���She got 'busy* and developed a negative.  c Sn aires In the Watei.  All reptiles swim. Almost all snakes  move through the water with as much  ease and rapidity as on land. Rattlesnakes, for example, are much given.,  to swimming in placid water if it is  not too cold. In the-everglade lakes'of  Florida they may be often seen. It is  well to know, that to attack from a  boat a poisonous- snake in the water is  a much more dangerous proceeding  than to attack the snake on land. The  reason is that the reptile will immediately make for the boat, since it must  have a solid base from which 1o strike.  It half leaps and half climbs into the  craft, and there <is a fight at uncomfortably close quarters.���Success.  ,    Cause for Compl'aTrrt.  Merchant���What     did     that     man'  want?"  Clerk���Nothing,  sir.  Merchant���Then-what was he growling about' when he went out? '  Clerk���He was growling because  we didn't 'have ir. in stock.  tho  de-  fin-  Kcoontrlo   Nohlc-iuaii.  noble-  has  the  Mr r.iur-My, my! Isn't the thunder  awful?'-Why, it didn't look like rain  when 1 came iii'l  That rather eccentric  vountr  m!       Lord   IIo��aid     de    WaUlen,     is  "St to  start -for, East  Africa:   on a  bi^came. hunting   expedition, H  '.-icVi'i-rcd a large territory   near  Victoria   Nvanza." where   he  proposes  to  establish  a  stud  farm  for     breed-  fnc �� bras.   lie  is  probably, .the. rich-  S'-Y^h*  man  in England.  The'Pro-  Srtv   he-inherited   from-    his    grandmother, the late D^vaffT Lady How-  ���d     d     Walderi.'    was    worth     some  >o00 Oi)0 n  vear. and consists t-nure--  *"or'London  houses. This estate was  formorlv   the  property   of  the,    Pukes  i'urtlahd..  but   the  late   Uukc    dy-  without leaving a  male  heir, this  hich' came   into   the-    family  (Lady    Margaret,  the  Earl   of  Orford)',  fell  Shu Never  Forsiil  the I.n��t  Five.  An Alfhison nnui h^t s?"�� 1" ni.ikmg  ^.niim iuul whim he wont lume told  bta wh'e about' it. This happened ftix  vwirs ago, and she has m-ver forgotten  It often teliing him what luxuries  {.hay could a'.Void If lie l'***1*1^ �������������� tl1''  money. Last week thfir son drjppe-l  SIVJOO in a poor investment. "Don't  ta*. a word to Mini about it." si e -ml  to"her husband. .'.".Poor- boy, he feels  boa enough us' it. is."  A We��l.l��"r-r  Wnrn InK.  The Breton peasant does not believe  in anv such new fangled doctrine ns  that of the equality of the sexes, and  he makes that clear when he takes unto himself n wife. Then, according to  ancient custom, directly the fatal knot  is tied the bridegroom gives the bride  a smart box on the ear, saying. Ibis  is how it feels when you displease mc.  After this ungallant proeeeding he  draws her tenderly toward him and  kisses her. saying* "And this ^  feels when you treat mo well.  , The* PlotW^B-. '  Just before Ma- death William Cary,  the great shoomtiken, missionary and  noted linguist,, said about his biographer- "��f he gives me- credit for bomg  a plodder, he will do- me justice. Any-,  thing beyond this will be too much.^ I  can plod. To>this I owe everything. -  Success.  .  Circa*, axta  Chfrreh  Seats. '  If*people had to sit on as uncomfortable seats at a church as at the circus  how they would roar!   This is one of  the things that prove the influence of."  mind over matter           ,  Afflicted  AMce.  it is impossli-  ' q Lifebuoy Soap���disinfectant���is^trnng'y  recommended by the medical profession us  �����, safeguard against iuieotious diseasi^.      2j  A'nother- Hunt.  "Say," queried the  shade .of Plato,.  "where is*Diogenes?" .���mo,.    re.  "Oh, he's got a new scheme,      re  plied the shade    of    Socrates M  1 took'bis  lantern  this* monnuig    ana  sSrted for. the' United States to look  for a Democrat." '  ���  Nearlya�� infants ^f��^��P J^f  S'oteS���C W those who .l;^nf8'' *  n'h^ Tiroorictors < claim it will cur^  2���y ��ot cholem or summer com-  plaint.  is how it  The Modiste���Madam,  ^ *~ ,^.L,���~-       olll,Uk   ������     ----- fomrelled to  w: to ��et any money out of your.hus-   the last boss 1 h*ld[^/ conu^eiic, .  band?   Tbe   Customer-Well,   doirft   I !lct mc go because I km  have tbe same trouble?.  Something  of  a  Spartan.  "So. vou'were  sent to bed without  ^^^ered'the   hoy   with   a  tenacious disposition. "But    I      don  like what they had for supper, ami I  was  sleepy  anyhow."  Excessive   Wisdom.  Mercliant-Do\you  think  yo��l;y��*'  enough to assist\me ia the oflice.  Smart   Boy���Know   (MUiW    W>  i*.r.>.���� 1  hud vras col  knew more tnan  !hc did."  A Diphtho��sal Difference.  "Colonel   Carver   and   Judge   Short-  range have just had a heated dispute  bv telephone over 'either' and 'eyether.'  The Judge called the colonel a liar."  "Are they looking for each other?"  "Yes.   All is over but the shooting."���  Judge.  oi  ing  ���estate,   wi  through cm _ heiress  daughter  of ,   .  to  tbe Duke's surviving sistoi .  Occult Assistance.  ���M-jvcic���What on earth did vou goto  ihat   clairvoyant  woman  for'?  Kate���I wanted to  find    out   why I  never  can  get-' any  shirt  waists mad��  to nt. : 1 .-���:  ElTectual   Way.  "I thought Smeiirgle was a friend of  yC--He was until lately. I Had .to drop  him: He was always wanting to box-  row money.'' .-.'   ���������,,,  "Refused him 'sharplyi did you?  "No;   I   lent   him   some."  Jnst ft little Favor.  Mrs   Nodd-r-The'cook refuses to get  up earlier tha.i 7.;   Todd-Ask her if  she won't do it for a couple of days  until  1  can  rearrange  my business.  outshines   them  sxll  in   cleansing   P��wfr'c(^  wi 1 not injure the deftest fabrics     It c<m  Il{n<3   no  unsttv-ponified  fo^ts  to   aiscoiu*  &^^freeV t0 ^a^/Tood4 with  perfectly  be^i^nced  so^p.^eauaJl/  tfooa  Jns.rd or soft wa.ter.   No scrubb.ns. ^o ��� ��  .Try'Sunlights .'���.   . ,.:,'���  Your money refunded if yovi don't find it best.  Lover Brothers lUriraJtad  Toronto '���''.',''' '-m .stfSSs  ���\Vliat- Worried' Him-  She-But. pa, he says he can't live  without me: Pa-But the question is  whether he can live without me.  Many a girl makes a blunder in not  taking-a man at his word when he  buys "I am not worth* of lour love. HH  ���,,..1  iff*  W  <r '  ,r<  &   .���*.  ���iu  <f i,  W0Y1E   LEADER  POPULAR WITH ALL CLASSES kcanse uill D,,��� Tea"  it is Exactly What.is is Claimed to be   M11UV xyM  J^bh canamah editors :  ��� '-^e of Articles Describing  ��� AtheTL^ their Aims and  Their Influence.  No.  14-  c. D.   McPHERSOr**!,  Canada Captures Sheep Prizes.  Canadian exhibitors had a yvalk-  awav in the sheep department of trie  live stock show at Chicago, winnins  in nearly every class. The m^t  prizes for wethers went as follow". ���  Sharpsbears, John Campbell, W/d-  ville, Ont; Southdowns. Sir George  Drummond, LSeaconsfield, Que.; 1-vn-  colns, J. T. Qibson, B.C-nfield. Ont.;  Hampshires,  Teller  Bros'.  Paris, Ont-  lj^'^^r-^r^^^  CEYLON TEA, Sold only in Sealed Lead Packets.   By all Grocers.  RECEIVED   HIGHEST   AWARD   AND   GOLD    MEDAL    AT   ST.   LOUIS.  "KING   OF   THE,.WHOLE   WORLD."  Women  WHO  puts into newsgathering ^e likewise  puts'into the business em. of his papers ��� He hustles as much, to-r adver-  tisnr as he-" does for1 copy, and with  equal succcess. The columns'of his  papers contain the business annuonce-  ments 'of-  almost   every   man  doing  .f   ,-r^_..i. ...    ����.,    TYi^nv     Iron".  Pope   So   Dominates .'King   Edward   iri  Audience with Connaught.  Acahletrom Rome says:   The audi-  jjitjjcia *.���   ence which the Duke of Conaught had  ments 'of-, almost   every   man  uomfc  ^^ 1Jje popfl was mogt cordiai.   The  business in 'Portage;, and many   iron-   p    tiif   wno -sipokQ in Italian,   said he  adjacent points.    The advertisements exceeiHngly gratified at the duke  lisplaye-J, the practical know-    , visit, .-and  v  Are Weak  AND'    SUFFER       THE     DERANGEMENTS   PECULIAR   TO   THEIR  - SEX FIND THAT '    '-  Please; Follow^; Directions  The~ Best" BrSadvand!Pastrjr^making^is  ' '        Impossible   Otherwise: ^  | _     , u   #/J J- /  IT ' tJ-  f Arf*you following the recipes?  V>  r"*--C  "^"^M-  0  DR.   CHASE'S  RSERVE   F00O  ^  are well display-., ���   ledge Mr. McPherson has of, all the  mechanical departments of newspaper work mailing him critical on thai  scor**^'   ' '  ' As before stated,'Mr. McPherson is  a native of Forest, Ontario,- wtierc he  received his education. His entr&into  the" printing business was under, trie  (auspices of H. J. PeUypiece, on the  Forest Free Press. In the fall of  ��� 1S9G 'the .proprietor of tbe Portage  dailv came west, and engaged" on the  Semi-Weekly L-iberal. Later, he went  to  N'eepawa'bn.the Press, edited  by  of Comiaught's visit, cahd was most  pleased to see him, and added that it  was a pity 'he stopped suqh a short  time .in Rome. The Pope also said he  had great' esteem ��� and, veneration foi  King Edward, "who,,-is not only King  of England, bjit of tbe whole world,  as the sun never sets on his dominions."  Pope.Pius said he knew Great  Britain thoroughly enjoyed libeity,  and well understood its meaning..The  missionaries coming to Rome from  all parts of the British empire spoke  CURES   SUCH ,ILLS   PERMANENTLY'BY   STRENGTHENING  THE ������;,  NERVES.AND   MUSCLES.        '',,'  , i ify  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food stands high.;. ���  In the women's favor because it is ep-,  pecially  successful in overcoming ills  peculiar to their sex.,     , , \t  When, on account of_a run-down  condition of the system,'the muscles  and nerves fail to control the action,  of the feminine organism there^is  bound to come much' suffering   \  \, ;  Headaches,' pains in the   back rand  . .      _il r .1 inert,   nt   flisr.nur-  , Are you making bread, cakes, pies,  pastry, according to,"��oyal Household^  recipes?' /        "\        ',     .  If not,  yori cannot be sure 'of good  l^SUltS.        ',;,    ' '���', ' '   ���  . ��� 'Why not?" you may reasonably asf.  1' "Arts' not my own recipes, which, do  ' * good baiting, good>;enough?    -   t  ' '" Why should I a dopt new recipes ?, "  Simply because," Royal Household"  is a new flour requiring new .treatment.  ''     fh��s Flour is Different,   . ,,,  \      t,     ',-    , from ;OtherI flours  It is'different.froni other flour. (  '     It.is better than any; flour ;you bave  ,   ever used., ' '.r '" '   i i\ ���; ,     ,���. i>  '  '. ,  It is the'only flour that is equally, good  ''  . fp'r bread and pastry.       ,//,,'      '��� '  ';i  .-.  ���",, It,makes;'tbeb*5stof botb.^    ���,  .''' ��� I&ing4ifferent, it must be- differently  ' mixed,, kneeded and- baked.',,.;        '   ,  ,,<! Mucii Quicker ,;,,.',', ���,',!��� ,".-* ��� -  ,( " fl i ' and1. Easier '.Baking  "' .'By following our recjp*^ you can bake  easier, quicker, better,than ever before,  ���' ' All your-'own'skill and knowledge.of  'good baking will-be ma^^oubiy effec-  i tive. and as a good housewife .you wOl  than,anylbave, ever seen" are word*  echoed by thousands; of the best Judge*   ,  of   grx>d cooking throughout   Canada   .  who are writing us 'constantly to say  that they have found the floiir just u  represented, , and the recipes the  best ,  they have ever tried.     , <  Grocers tell us that the homes where    "  the flour and the recipes are both used  are the horiies where the greatest success  is,attained-,in baking..", ':���;' -���,._   ;' "��� ^    ' (j ��� *>  '   ' ��� We wish everyone wj-o,uses'4' K'oyal  'j Household 'J,.flour to have these recipes.'   .  So send for them.   ^   ��� , '     <if>' r-/'    , ���,'  Send now, and >ve(will not only, send ^ ,  you the "recipes! but place y'ou' on our .,-,   ^p^zzzz  literature!list,"-and mail y'ou whatever    /^ J'   '  we issue for'iisers of flour. , '   ', -       .' >^ _ '  -No woman'who'values the reputation ^,  of her' bakihg-^the succiis of her breaby, {  cakes', pies' .and pastry���tie _ health of   ������  'n'er family, .(-depending ,as, it^does on .^, ^  good cooking) will use'auyth'ing except,.Vi, ^  "^oyal Household'"'flour,' and'in' tho -,/, ,  �� bW Household" way.''   ,,', .  ')    '     "  (?, r'  ��� ^  "-'/���"'  ,-   .,  .  i'  '  r   '   ',  C'.   D.   McPHERSON,       "^   -  Editor and' Proprietor^bf. th'e Graphic,  .. Portage  La   Prairie.  "nr ill the" newspaper men ot' the  * �� -ZlL ��U( few ha-ve made, a more  C&nif ,nc ecnTi cuons success tlmn  Tc D McPherson, edifer. publisher  15 i   nrmidetor   of "the   two   leading  * f'nfrioat 5ns o   Central,Manitoba,, the  '  p"r 4 milv Graphla and theWeek-  Kr,utoba  Liberal.  Mr.. McPherson  '     V 1 ice manv another "western .editoi,  . .'?'��� man.     It  is only ten-years  " .   .S l"��"vent, 'as' a hoy, to "devil','  XleSa   he case at tlie forest Free  ' pr sf pulishecl at-his birthplace     in  .    limbum county.  Ontario    'Less -than  * ri��ta veara 'ago he came?, west,  with-  f .  out capital and*-./ith bardly -any-ex-  penSSParted m, a boy of eighteen;  * '    ]o stick type tor..one���of the-papers he  now owna. In that -interval  of .eight  : .   rears   Mr.   McPherson v has ��� proven  **  inmsolt   a' newspaper, worker, and   a  business man 'of, ability and industry.  From scttinsf-.type he  was* promoted  to foreman, manager and finally proprietor.    All this took place   m,  less  than five venrr*.    Could there tbe  any  more utriking example of  the  opportunities   ottered   in   Western   Canada  '    to the newspaper worker with thene-  oossarv   equiinnent?*     Nor    was   this  ihe full measure' of Mr. McPherson s  s'iccc**3     No  sooner  had, bo   consolidated and strengthened his new  P"r"  cluso than lie, set 'to work to absorb  liis moS'   dangerous competitor.    And  in two  vcars    he   ha~d   accomplished  this also.     To-day   he owns .a^daily  and    weekly    paper    in the town  ot  third importance in Manitoba, and in  ���ulditinn   to  his  labors as  editor  and  manager,   continues   to   find   time  to  look  after   several   important   subsidiary enterprises in which he is interested.  The man  who   can   accomplish    so  much at suchc/an early age, even allowing that  circumstances    have    m  some sort favored him, is no common  man.    Tho.  successful  maintenance of  ill? position he has'acquired in news-  napei'dom     demands     also   qualities,  both   mental    and    businesslike,    not  Ipund   ovcrvwhere.      These    qualities  Mr. McPherson    possesses. . but they  are not   alwavs  apparent on  careless  o'lRvvvailnn.       Of      medium    height,  s-n'jcht .iy;uic, and  almost boyish  car-  iip:v. ho would not at  first-sight im-  unss one for all th".t he is. His quiet  "iMiiPor,   frankness   and   modesty    ^-"G  the qualities    that ' most    impress   a  casual   acquaintance.    These    in    no  \u*..*  diminish   on    fuller  knowl'.nlge,  ������tit in those who know him intnrately  ���he**'1 more   noticeable   dualifcs    are  c"!-oi��linat^   to   his   unflagging   mdus-  tr\ and his ovfr-wntchful shrcwd-oss.  'II" lio' vsses   a  skill   in    conne-tinc  ������"id linking    up    into    a    co-ordimte  �����**<' t>ts   apparently  unr<*l:it"d.   and  ���'    rafiihv     of    presenting     intri'atc  (l��(-*,iions' to   his  readers   with   C-}CV-T-  ���������*���'* and   persnicuily.     He   t-sts    a.u  miblu* issues with the touchstone* ol a  f��*^ lundamcntal truths, find hi1*, con-  flii-ions ore arrived at    by nrocosses  ���hat. anvone capable of reading ,plam,  1    ^Pe. can   follow.    Mr.   McPherson   is  ����� casuist.- no-'hairsplitter.   no    fine:  ^m theorist, but,his lucid, practical,  Rightful   talks-on   -rrablic    matters  arp'of th'e kind that plain men appre-  ('-ito.-and    model;   their     -judgments  upon.  ��� ..-.-���."���'        . ��� -?  Among the men who know him,  A'f. MoPhcrson's persistence .and ac-  tu'Hy have passed into proverbs. He  ':i''-s little, but his performances nre  ln inverse ratio to his loquacity. His  W-'itinacitv and ability to ferret out  tV|-c true "inwardness of things have  en*il)led him to s-curftmany "scoops ^  nn matters of provfnc'al and'general  mtovf>st. even against the o.nmneti-  1inii of the: better equipped city pres*?.  As a writer i*.p. has perhaps no such  rlaims to brillianey as ove nosse^fed  ��� hy-some others among Wps^e-m jou1'--  ���{������tlists.' hut 'his work, whether editorial or roport-mial. has alwavs ^-een  .������invkeil. if not by distinction, by clsar-  *10t;�� and vigor.  The   energy   that   Mr.   McPherson  vear'Mr. Hooper was appoimed man  aVer  of the  Winnipeg Telegram, and  Mr     McPherson   succeeded   him   as  ediror' and 'manager.   After the   general elections of .1900,"Dr. Riitherforn  was , appointed   chief . veterinary inspector, and removed to Ottawa   and  MY   McPherson  purchased the  Semi-,  Week.lv Liberal,and'"conducted it till  the spring of 1903, when bftpurchased  the  Daily and 'Weekly  Graphic and  merged the two concerns, coveting  the Dailv   Graphic   ana, , the V. e?kly  Manitoba"' Liberal.   At tbe time of the  purchase .he had as partner Mr. J. J.  McCullough, but last June he bought  out Mr. McGollough's interest, and is  now sole proprietor.     *'    "  In addition t6, these properties. Mr.  McPherson is largely interested, in  real'estate, having purchased largely,  in thtf' Saskatoon? .-Last Mountain and  Loon Greek,.districts. >  'ATr   McPherson,is the Portage and  general    correspondent   of the, Manitoba Free Press, and-was one of the  few newspaper men .who  accompanied^  the Ditke of York on.,his shooting trip  S  Lake  Manitoba.  'Mr- McPherson^  unmarried;-a .fact   which   morei than  one- very    handsome-  ,lady     dcepl>  regrets.      He   Js   ��� actively.interested  in politics, being   secretary-treasurer of  the Portage and Lakeside Liberal Associations, and a member ;of" the excur-  S committee-of/the Western Canada. Press 'Association.,   t,    '        '1r >  PE THERE A WILL", ��� WISDOM  POINTS THE WAY--The - sick man  pines for relief; but he dislikes sending for the cfoctor, -which means bottles of drugs never-consumed. , He  has' not 'the resolution To,.load , h*s  stomach with, compounds which smell  villainously and' taste worse Bur. if he  has-the will to deal himself with Uio  ailment, wisdom wTill direct his attention ��� ,bo ' Parmelee's ' Vegetable Pills,  which, 'as a specific for' Indigestion  and'disorders of the digestive organs  have no equal   ' -( r  BWal Household "way.''    , ���   ,  The best baking requir'es -��� the -best  flour and the best j-ecipes,  \'y      *    '  ' % '    t,,      <6   ,  1 We have both.'1''.,  \j'<_'>  [ i >,',        ',         | \ ,"'w,'       ',  ^Wel'send^'the recipes'iteeja ,      '*"*V l ''\*''1,    '  ' 9 Write .for1 ipie recipes t'b^'O'   ,'    _ .,' g 'v '   .'"f '-.  '''Every really good 'croc/       the'flour. "'.,/'':.    ���  _*j             iti h            .' >       \          1           ., i    ' '   '   ,'  .        *  ',<?   ..  ���p  OGiLviu FtoW Mints Q        f UTVD�� v  ut  'MontreaiJ^  L^*  ; n i  .?*���  Neglect a cough and contract7  consumption.  The Lung  Tonic  cures , consumption, but don!t  leave it too long. Trv it now.  Your money back ir it_doesnt  benefit you.  Prices:  25c 50c. SI  S. C. Wells & Co.  M1  LeRoy.N.Y.. Toronto.Can.  -."      "No Time'to Waste..,'  "Wedderly���Why^'don't 'you ,get mar  riedV *   - <���''"-,,     .     '      '     '  - Oldbach���I'm too old  Wedderly���-Pshaw!  what's your oge  got to do with'it?    ^ ��� " ,  Oldbach���Why,  I  have only a* few  years left in which to enjoy life.  mm'l LINMENT'-ReUeYes KenralglL ',  ,She Was  Lucky.  Hq i  understand  your - are  taking  cooking lessonst '   ' ^ *  Slie���Yes.   -      .    ���. s     . ��� '  Ae���-How. are   you, getting  along.'  She���Fine.   Not��� a-single  case  for  the undertaker  so 'far.  , >   i  ��� a!   was- Cured 'of -.Acute1 Bronchitis  by   >r.NARD;S.'^N��^.ipBEUi  *���' Bav ot'Islands.        .-,  .tj;,  I   was   Cured   of   Facial   Neuralgia  by' MINARD'S   ^MgNT.^^,^  S'l ringhill, N. S.    , ,  -  l  was  Cured   of  Chronic  Rheuma-  usi.  ^^nNARD'S^INIM^N^  Albort'Co., X. B.  ary'relief. To be of lasting benent  the' nerves, and -muscles must be  luUy restored by such treatment as ib  afforded by Dr. Chase's Nerve I*ood >  Not only is the action and vigor of  'the bodily organs fully re store d but  new, firm flesh is added, the form is  rounded out,' the weight- is increased,  'and pallor gives way to that healthful  glow of, complexion which tells of the  full' enjoyment of health "  '���  Mrs. George-Fuller,-Lakeland, Man.,  writes: ,      , ,    .    ..(.���+_  "I am very -glad to be able to state  that I have received great benent  from the, use of, Dr /Chase's Nerve  Food It has cured me of nervous  headache from which I used to he, a,  great sufferer, and T am no longer  troubled with twitching of,the,nerves  in' the arms and legs that' 1 used to  have as. soon.as I went to bed. I-am  erateful for this cure and shall aL-  SSJJ recommend Dr, Chase's Nerve,  Food to anyone suffering as,I, have.  Dr   Chase's Nerve Food, 50, cents a  box ' at  all   dealers,    or    Edmanson  Bates &.Co., Toronto.'   'The   .portraiu  Sd signatur'e.of Dr. A. W. Chase, the  M'  -M  GRAIN GOMiBISSIOM MEBWJAHTS:     s  B*t^ao^W,lD��k w. Cowaieirciii il^��V,  '.'  -*p  \<' i)  c'i  '\   ��� .      " * * \    -i  ���? ,1.  A  ana jjijju.ci.*."'-^ *-������ "������ ���  famous,^ receipt  book author are  on  *r��-~^^Ccen1ly- represented'by'the late E.^Reilly^sQof ;* ,     .'.  ''    V"..   ���*1'v"/   V: ���'- c'' TQE,d   Lots." 'Write us for top pric<M-'  All kinds of grain'purchased in Car   Load   I*.*               ^ or^*',.  nnd   shipping   instructions.          Aiiy.t,�����������������     ,                 .       , ,,? w   v        ..  and   snioi    k     .       ^   ,q   Bor'.eaO.'^Winnipeg,,   Man..  ^ ���    t -___^, ,'  SHIP '^as^-*V- s?tr��.r  -;f  ���9 ,  cf  nt  ���u  '     l,rj  .: "���  -'1   r  ���o*.  ^-.-  -a  every box.  D0N1LB MORRISON �� CO., c^Ii.i��  -WINNIPBO,, JRUIfc  TSOlii-S I-A^'  A  ft  Ship You* Win to   ^inu****'*  1?'  . qon^pcmdtnjp. .oiioit^,      ��iaftiM EXCMAWQE, Winnipeg.  Patti's   Last   Concert.  Mine. Adelina Patti.gave a concert  at St. Petersburg Wednesday night  for'the benefit of the Bed ^cys So-  cietv. which, netted over hjr.000. Jim  Peror '' Nicholas, members ot the  mperial family, and all .tl-e wealth  and rank of the Russian capital were  present. ,Mme. Patti announced that  this- was her final larewell to r -e  st-rV adding that as her first success was achieved in St. Petersburg  it was htting that she should close her  public career there.  Still   Smart   Enough.  ���  Kerwin���I   guess   my   wife  thinks  I'm a-pretty smart man. ,  , Merritt���What's   the   explanation.  "Kerwin���She admits that I a��� half  as smart as she thought I was the da>  we were married.  "Much distress and sickness in  children is caused by worms. Mother Graves' Worm Exterminatoi  gives relief by removing the cause.  High  Testimonial.  ������Oh, -mamma," exclaimed little  Alice, rushing, in from school. Ethel  Talbot has the loveliest mother���that  ever was . She is such a beautif-il  mother!   I do wish you could see hei.-  -Tell mc .about her, Alice said  her other.   "Why   is   she   so   lovelj. ?  ������Why" said Alice, "sac lets Ethel  'Bv golly* all she wants to'.  AM * 1 flC' "hUE(01    Merchant ;ia WioDipeg.   . _^  Cousin your f aln t. -' ��i�� ^fju'lST "^^  ani Wffhest market price*.          Q , w (ft O i f& M ^n-     *  UefereoCe-UN.ON>NK oi CANADA.    ^-    Wrill-^l ��300.  J1JJU1JU, ������.������mi ij "   ft  *'  ��� r   '  i  .. i,.,,^- '����- track   or  oold  on   commiBrion.^ ReaBon*W��  .J^^^.,-^o^��^u^.5rS-pond��c.   .elicit.    Referent  Aay Bank in Winnip^^ ^,   ^^ KXQTZA.XGJ& BLDQ.,  WINNIPEQ.  -     An  Aple  Supply.  "And now," said the Promoter after explaining bis scheme. I.n v-i-';  ing to let you in on the ground door  "Not any more for me   than.*- >0'���'.  replied the wise guy.    "My wile has  nnough of these basement bargains at  home to last us for ninety-nine years.  Xffitfnmrzarsii  You; can bardly find a home l  without its,Ay.er',.sCh^iry 8  Pectoral.   Pare,n;skn0^r^s  it does for children:  breaks  a  a  'Ohio Gasoline Engines'  PORTABLE   ENGINES   for THRESHINO  and   STATIONARY   for   CHOPPINO an4  WOOD SAWING m etock at all times.   Wei  , can ship at a day's notice.  Write xa for Prices and Catalogu*.  Barridge-Cooper Co^ Lta\ TiMipeg, Maa.  Henry A*?enuo, East.  Rocks  vs.  ;er#y '.;  uo"a cold in a single nighty  wards off bronchitis, prevents  pneumonia.   Phys cians advise parents to keep it on hand.  ��Tho'b��t court, madlclnl^fe^JS,  le Aver'n Cherry Poc ��r��-'-  ,^-y *,e l.otto*:."  cWl^onnotUto^rfluld ^^Bar}4toga. Ind-  |->^Si^t&>w for  Throat, Lungs  Year by year our sta- ^  tionery and leather goods  department  l>as been  extending     its ^business b*  m throughout the Dominion, jg--  ^.     We tv-ill send, express p--ep?;4-  ������H**     ,<  full sheets of linen  fabric  color with any initial, ana  7S envelope, to match for  only $i.oo.  Engraving of cards, wedding  invitations, etc., promptly  attended to.  Used in H.B.K. Mitts, Gloves  ��.nd Moccasins���tough as whalebone, flexible, soft, pliable, scorch-  proof, wind-proof; boil-proof,  crack-proof, tear-proof, rip-proof,  cold-proof, almost wear-proof���  certainly the greatest leather  ever used in mitts and gloTes.  Like buckskin it -u* tanned  without;oil, unlike buckskin it is  not porous, ft is wind-proof���will  outwear three bucksking.  "Pinto" Mitts and Glove*  never crack or harden, never get  sodden, are always warm, pliably  soft and comfortable.;'  'gMd-at all dealers but never with-  out this brand:���  MMW0  Sand.  Edvth���I am sumrised to hear of  vour"engagement to old Dullvon. \\as  'he the only man with sand enough to  '"ifavJii-Oh, iu>; ����t ho was ' the  only one with rochs enough to interest mo.  I     PREVF.XT  DISORDER. ���  At    the  'first' bvmptoms of Iniprnal disorder.  Parmrloys Vc-TCt:il.le Pills should be  resoviel to immediately. Iwo oi  \'u-c^ of thcsD salut-iiy pellets, talcn  before going to bed, lollowod by  doses of ono or two pills w���"'"  three- nights in  succession, vyiU. s^p,.  ��� as 'a preventive ot attaeus of dj s;.e, -  iia nnd all the discomforts which.tcl-,-  ! low in the train of that fell disorder.  , I.The means is simple when the'way-is  j J.'iviiown.  ;_:     '; '���^ ��� ������"   ���   '     '  He'll   Get  the   Crea.  '"I'm engaged in the dairy business  'now,'- said the lawyer. .     ,.._���  j *��� You. don't say," exclaimed his  ' f'-iend,   the   doctor. , '.'  i'-l-'act.'' rejoined the . legal light.  * "I'm . milking an estate."; , . ,  Unsatisfactory.  Over���I understand tho production  of \Vhighfs rural drama has been  postponed. ,.  ,  Alver���So? What's the trouble?  Oyer���One of the h.-ns in tho barn-  vard scene objected to the biagc set-  tins, I believe.  Nothing   Serious.  ������1   sow  Enpeck    going into  a  doctor's  oflico   this   monrng,    saidI Str.n-  i-er   "He  had   an   awful  cut   on     is  head   that   his   wile   was   responsible  10"You   don't    say."     exclaimed   Nibbles.    "What.did she nit han >uh.  "Oh she didn't hit him at all, explained Stringer.. "/It was merely .a  hair-cut she had given him as ,&. matter of economy."  ��� Onlv those -Who have had '. experience can tell the; torture corns-cause.-  Pain with vour boots on, pain. with  them off���pain night and day;., but.  relief is- sure to those wno. use Hol-  iloway's  Corn Cure.  MINIM'S iMENT. Cnra- Danllriil'  4.  ^**^^jgp^*  HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.  Montreal    Winnipeg    Dawson s H/  !<��������,*������������  -Js  o  <?��  '  "w mm LEADER. I  '    Published in tbe interest of the people  ; of Moyie and East Kootenay'.  ii=^r=���^;   - ���-���. : r-x== =r=r=J.-r^  i     -*, ,��  r'~^lr. jl'S'trrn & CO.,   -   - .-" PaT>llBT.��r8.  ���ja-aaswasaGs^g^^ _S^��^^^^^^SS^  ag<wwt'tf;iw,*wiiJiimja^iLLiu>u  ���manva  m.  ��� '-*}  ' ,- KA.TES OF SUBSCIUFTION.  Oie Year.'. . .-. - $2.00  o  j' *     vSATURDAY*, -JANUARY 14, 1905v  .  ��t  o"<<  *b>  "'���TeSitfTJ.S. Silver.  o  a  ���I  il     h  Are Yctn Prejudiced?  Can Yon Be .Convinced?  *��� , , ,  Some people think they cannot find a'fir*it class Drug Store  without, going to^a W^ejown.    If you are one of tbi-se    ,,,  people you cin bo convinced  that ''there  is   a  first       '   v  class Drug Store in Moyio.by calling at the  , ' ���' '  3-  O.. Di*ur and Stationery Store.--  W. J. ATHISON,  * 'Prescriptions carelully prepared.       . - <        Pjropiiietok.  \: o. o. f..   v ti  ���f  Meets every Monday evt'ning^n," Iheir  hall ori Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.    '*-  G. A.'Foote, F. J. Smyth,  Noble Grand. Secr'y.  9  ' )"  i'i ;'    ���>.  >.   *  ���w..  W"  A;J nl-eniptts about to   be   'made  to  ���iriW 4II Urrited States currency ,out of  Siiuw.li     To attain this end it i-s   pro-  f   - po-s.-d-.to  introduce legislation   at   the  I..'oamiB^es-jion of the 'Dominion  , parliament      either    as ' a    government  t>    "niehbure �� or      private    bill. * Robert  fl Biokerdike, ,"M.(   P.,    of', Montreal,  a  prominent representative  of   business*,  -.-.ad   bunking  interests' in   parlimeut,  propos.-'S���>D "make "the  circulation   of  /    r     Americah'fSilver ^m&ee-y, in   Canada a'  ���"/[, ' criminal offence." He will introduce a  <\     tentative'me*aure 4gL the  form 1 of an  ��~ w % ��� ?,uiominieut    to   tho   ,Ganailian 'code,  "I " profiiiiui?, Unit a uyiJne uttering or'ofler-  .-t\     i'V-iS- J'Ai'M^rt'ft-1^  copper  or   silver,  i| ' '������^i"ii\*>.,..i-r t'^afr   0.i.i<<uhan,   e-un.ll   be-  ,f * ;.I     '���(>������'(/ li^tjAa-rtsviiie. *   nciiitlty   of double  ;i,    thy aomih.-i v^Src Lhort&ea. ^      '   "   , ,'  ^c'll.'' VDurhi^'   the ' last, few    months   Mr^  .Wiek-uc>lW.hasb��iur.T*iq"uested by   nu-  *���    J     i| J'S? b cunM-iitefi*.to do,t>o.    Itefusal; ao>;  ' r ,<f' ! i.'niic.i Siitob people to''accept' Onna-  ,'f-1 ."diaii tiioiieV at yar.V-S tlie prime reabon  tt    of war of retalfesn."    *"'",''.,  <���   ���'  -^^k-  i*>c ���   ��� ������������- ��� t -n   ^  i'i' -'tJHamberlain's Cough RemS"dy, the Best  *,..    ,', Made.   "    .   , , 1   "   ";  5.J,'  t*0 ���!*��  1  ^  S      1,  ���-*,  It'" t,  V T  ifr.        .   * '   ,       ���    ' ��� <  e - ; ���        1  ,,   ,      ��    ,j| ,*    '"In r my   .opinion;'   Chamberlain's  ���    'd , Couiih Eem'iJy is the," besl made''for  , ,/il    colds" '' says,'Mrs.  'Cora, Walker1 "of  ,-.     ���      1   !i'   Porterville.", California.''-There    is  no  "   ,    '"i"  douht about  its  being  the best,   yNo  "'v    ,    .'    4 Mother will cure a cold do quickly.  iNo.  < '    'I ..other is so.sure a 'preventive 'of pneu-  .' '    * <  .    '' ;���; ".niouia. ' 2*ro-other.is"',80  pleasant" and  ' \,. >f(  safe tp take'Iji.'These are,.gobfl .jeascms  t, ' '    if'   why it 'should- 'be, preferred ���. * to .any-  1     "J,"1. ][   other.   .The'fact is that few people, are  ,,  ., .     \%   satisfied with^any   other  after,vhaving  ���'/i|'   once used thisftremedy.--Ifor   sale   by  *���   ' ' ''\:[ W. J. Alchisor^---*^'      - *-' -���s* v      ���<'  ''We do not need^yoar   prescription  to   replace.'a 'broken-  lens".     Bring  the c,pieces.    >Vc  , analyze    them ' 'ando   exactly  , duplicate.    Or we can make-up  Vour present prescription in any  ,   of our popular style of mounts.'    ',  .'���Either our STA-ZON or FINCH     *  "���would  please' you.     They are  - secure, neat and comfortable.   ,  ���SEC-SSfiSSESS  W. F..TATE; p  .rndnate OpUrl-m, *, Craiiljro<��lc''      H  '    - '���>' , ,'\   .  ;       -   \��   ���    ���    ���C'i  -1    �����    <r  1'      ,'  ���it_  tuei'are ieni.bt*di<;*l m oar famous'kne ot  RIFLES. PISTOLS ��nd SKOTCUHS.' HowcaiS  you help hilling the marjt w hen' shooting a  S,   T    E.  "V    E.'   -N.   S  ?  AsU jour Oealcr and in-  f-slst Oli ��w vradu^tsr. It  ���*,r*u cuunot1 c-l.taOl tl.6  STEVENS. ��'(��� hhl? i��-  r��ct, c-iprcv." prepaid  upon rccL-l{'t of] ri-"e.  Scr.il^ cents rostarrelbr  nc-v x^opucitilu'ifrated  S>Ti:vi NSliou!.; do*  scntci cnilrc ojtput, all,  additions: limis on slioot-  lnir, .-unii.un.tion. etc.  11 il.fiiOm'J < O'.or <lcs!rr|>  I15 A.JJ. Trust.  ,'"** *--���.      , *       1, L  ������ 11" CAn"u>- BCS-fUS"���thatilt*iv =nJ nf.rictiviv  r,urrluofo-arf,7 tnllll.0l.-py Ujjiess'niflinlll jri'l  LoWe It., Try j iwr JuV< tlicrf CMsmnKi. i)'*.' -e.  �� y fv    Si-m) for -.t. -, '   "7. STEVEnS him AHD T09L-G0. ,,"  1    (      "11       P. O. OCX 4091 *' ,  OH1COPEE'KA1.1.S, MASS., U.S.A.  i  Moyie , Miners'   Union  Ho.^7l  W, F. of M. , .  Meet3 in McGregor hall every Saturday evening, Sojourning members  are cordially invited to attend.  John McDonald, -��� K. T&nm,  President, ' Secretary  l*%S5f-*��it?**>a>* ^���**5S��NS?V5!>.'sa>��*v-5:k 'Hit����'��%^Xk,��*>^.-*��^.-^J.- hJJI*"��� ���   ""  "' "*~' ~~  ���|*M0^-HiiTO'4t^i^fi^^;tLmi  *m     ,     Saw, Planing and'Lath MiU^/'       m  "      ���      ^,%        fa  MOYIE, B�� Ci  MOYIE AERIE NO.'l855'  Meets 'Every' Wednesday 'at. S P., M.  E.A.HILL,   r    ' ^. aHlWKE,',  ���^Worthy Pres. ,-* Worthy Secr'y.  Harvey   &   McGarter,  '  '       ^      ,'       ' " , ,' ,*   c  Barristers, Solicitbrs, Notilriep, 'Etc.'  > .'���,",���'"',      ���   '        /'   ~ ,U c  Kbt, Manufacturers of aiicTdealers in all kinds of Flooring, Ceiling, m  flk  Siding. Shiplap, Commc-n Boards, Dimension, Finish and Lat^.        '/K.  /lb      ,'*r Prompt attention to wholesale and retail orders, '     >   "���* \K   tilt  '��&  ^ *4       ��        ,  ���^^>^J^t--^-^.>tx.-^^.-><^.*^^.-^^i-^**-t.***-^.--^��'**5^^  iliiBBWiiiii5a*ai^BW��gM��nliiiwi��^*iiiiwMii*jiii,i*^i*��Bsai*��*ai*��rMMW��hii ���ww  2'       ���^  ��%  I Thid<Hotelis New and well Eurriisnedi The  jb     ' Tables are Supplied, witli1 the, Best, the (  Market affords. The Bar is,.Filled with  the Best Brands of Liquors. and Cigars.  L ���.<?..   .        '       .v        '.*'.' "���*"��� '    ' .  -     .    '-  /'  6V  ��   "  %  f\ -t        <;  ��' '" '   HEADQUARTERS FOR "COMMERCIAL1 mL}'"*- ^V  * ' '  ��� "               -AND'MININO-MEK /."./>    '��-    "-/>'' V j.<v:-o:  JJJ   JIOTIIS  ~=A'"  'fl" ,a.    ''  '   . JBRlTISniCOIiVBIBI'^.  - '-< r|  ���i^^ieeecirS*��*fi(',;;��9Sf'i9iai3.'J ���?���''   ''.'.,.y  Cranbrook,   .-. - '! B^'Q:  m wirHiMWW^'W'iWTmrTmrWirtfTin  I      ^r.  *o<  A*  ������ii*  d ti.  rV. J. AlCniHOi   '  4  ^7  /���������f  ' ^MINERAL, ACT.,     , . ; ..  1 ii     s   1.-   ������,*    H<��3EICE.       '    ,s �� .,      ".,  ���" - Mountain Goatiaaa-Minion ,Slilieral .Claims  i eituatSm the Fori Steele  MInlng;J)i.vicion- of  - East K"Otrtenay JDlstrlCu.            '                      ,�����,.:���  ���'- ��� Where locatcdi-Ou et'j*t side o�� lovrer Sjoyio  Lnio *'-'.'' -       '    -        ' er   J*  ��    frVKi: NOTICE that I Tho*J.T. IteVittie  Pi  M.  OnT B 73?10 ascnt for Xiic St   Kugeue   Moun-  .    Vam   i'inos    Lirait-jd'df  Koslb    B.  C.   Free  ;    .Miner's Certificate ��* B.   73021,   imonil, Sixty  "    dfivs from the ciato heiec��f, to apply i0^,���1?-  iui reorder for (J (JertlflcP-te of lmprovementb,  for tbu purr-ose of obtaining a CrOwu   t.r.int of  ^na^thcr1^^  notic3 thfit  &"��;' UndVr  secnoa   37,    must  be. commenced before  the  1    i^uance of sunn OextlBCato  of   WprovciaelUi-,  Dated this 24 th day ol Nov; A. D. ^^  V"'"  B.1 ' '        1!      ���*���    s'     ..."  , W /'/      ,.' ^  i -���,* :      '   ��� <-<y<���3������  ..'   '���     * ��� *',���        "'*  ��,     -'  ��/ -Wholesale7"Wm^  -/ '-and. Spirit, Merf ��� "7j George H^hb'mpsgh  '^ehanti ,; -   '"       ^     'L    -    '    '��� ���      ���'������������.-  i        i  NELSON,  $x<'l,"r    '���    '   ���l,if)]l' Il  ">.'    -��>   1";       'B.!c  '- .Pr.  *- - A.-.-V .i-1' / t��.  St."v; j;6seph?s'' Odiiveht.  ,*HELsb>T,*'BlrC.  ��� "-..y i  ^  * MINERAL'ACT. '    ,  (FOIlft p.)   ���  Certificate of Improvements.'  '; IxOTiCE.  ���  Moyie Fraotion,   St,' Klmo,   St.   Antlioi.y,   St.  ee^errlu.rio Krnctlon, Pm D��ayolfl. Foust, Si.  4    ?aul Mineral Cluims. situate m the bort. Steele  U.uhir, DlviMon oi East Kootenay   niitriot.  Where ioca-ted; On' the   fc.a*,t  side   oi  lower  0 I lt��klf rotu-e tbofcl Thos. T. McVittie F. M. C. Xp.  - B 73710 a?ont lor thel St. Eugenf- lttountua  Mlueii Limited of. .Keslo B- c, tree Wners  CertlfleBte No. B.70621, intend suety .lays froin  the dale hereof., to apply to the M1-"-^  Itecordqr far r. Ucrrffionte of improTOmonis, for  he piir^poo oi obtairilns d Crown Giant of the  above claim'.  ��� An�� f utter tofconoUJ-S    thrit Action,    Tmder  Sf-cuoJJ   37.   niifs-t   be   oornineuced  before, the  Lfuar^-e of *K.a  CeiUftcaw  of impiovejncnts  Dttttd this 24cli day of Nov. A, D.   1901.  TuOS .T. MCVITTIE.  , hoarding and Day School conduct-  ed fiy^tlie Sisters of St.-Joeepli, ITelfa'on  B. C. "-Commercial'"''and ' bilsiness  course's.d ss'pecialiy. 'Excellence and  swift progress cbaracteaize epch department. -"Parents should \vrifce for  particulars. , One month.' a&iureK the  public "of 'the thofouglinesS1 of, the  Sisters'-methods bf.teaching. Torms^  commence Jahuarl/, AjkiI -and Sept.^  Pupils are aduiitted during torn*  ij u}mjnfa��*r2&cr*Thm/mb*  X^s  ^^y>*.  Is again located in Cranbrook  and  ^is  ^prepared to write  inSitrauoe,  buyx  and Hell stoclc, and do a  gen-     ^  enl brokerage'biiBinesd.  JOHX IIPTCKISON,      sssrSf'    Ci-anbrool:.'  ���j mwCkbil ���.'JLi-i ��� m m*p�� asm  a Kg  '��%i  ^  i'S'f*  o  MISEBAL   ACT.  (form p.")  oe!f.tfioate2of;Impkovemestb.5  NOXIOEi  T-UV-C-McFrfitltldrJ MirltJrel Olfiim.'iltUUta-lifl  t>j�� ro?\ ���j-Bslti Mining Division of East .Koote-  *   " vV,ll'rihot ctcd:\ On efi'tt =ldc cf lovrc: Koylc  HRu:c .NOTIckthfltI,Tho=. T.'McVlUie7F.  M.-IMno. U 73710, 4?ent for ihe w. Kutrenc  il ,u*i::.tn Mints Wmitudof J<as!,o, Ii, ��� i'ree  v .^r- CerlliicEte-uNo. 15 T^f.'il, and I. B. httn-  ' bV.r i V Si C No. Ii 00371, luteiul, sixty  Ir.. r frl.m tin- UrtOsnereuf, to am;ly to tho -M!u-  i. i>A'.nler for ���Tb^rtlfltate of l.nt.iovi-meiils,  IrlrtJiep'^poviofobtKluinga Crown *.,rfut of  Jiuiur'u- wke uotlpo  thai act-o-, uudp  ���������-Liior.'J/, mu'.t K comt.-ieuiL-d befonj tho is-f  lu^e oi '.wi.*!^rtihcatc>f Irap-pvusents.       ,  f)..t. i -ii"  2'thda-- ol^<*���,., 1U01.  7.��"-      : tiui;. T. McVJlTH:  M. J; HtTGENTj Prop.  Comfortable, Booms and Good  Board  at Reasonable Prieeu.  First Class [Rocommo-  datiohs for miners;  MIDJtIGIil1 BUPPEP- SERVED.  MOYIE,  .O ���  i \J i  H ^ *��� . *       ,     , - r  .''  "���' * ' C' *" ';  ���     '.'-;r''  (;, iS/1'XiTcisT^.ii; sotfciTOR; tstcit   '  r^* ���.  ,*?- .>"     ,     r,I * ���   .,  CBANBEOOK. ". '    f  ��� '���.1*,''-(,"B. C  �������ecsca6�����^.TO^.6<e*si>&6ecSe^ 'i^^wja^' - r f;  ,.��� ,  i      ...     ' i    ' ��� ' '      in�����*t**�����������iimmtmammmimmmBmimm.    t" A    . .   .  " ,;   =***������������ ^  -  ���       ,    .'������        ' ' , '.     .    ,   ',-,-}<���      ' ra'      ''     *���!  ' rvrin^iffiinf*Ti^^rFnr^ ' ,!>': \> '$  "ra ���:.,,; .-:��� -'Tlie;1;!  ,     '    ,"     -     ;' 'r  1 " ' ii l     u , '  Will be in Moyie 11th,of each month.  U      - ( I i . \ "J  ,CranlJrooK; '     ",  B, ]G.  c '   *        .   '   ������>/*-"',,   '     ,   *. ,  *.    ' ^  '   ���  ���     *  <  \   '-.->������  .' BIkbister, Soi-rciTOHj Nol  k*-  Agent for.Calgajy Brewing'Co.'8.(i    ,. j   .��� . . .?'     .        ���',,,   y.--A _  ,    '      '. *    -^      '   -      r   "-   - *   ' > '"     ��     .       '      "     V   **      '   ,'''���       ' ' J ''    V,'      ^t, *��  ������;Beer, Me-ancFPorted.,��  T?Xabol & Oc's  *      "' '?  r- '&'       *��*    '    "'   > "'        ' I . ' I^JSI,   '  "' 'vf iHay-'and -tJrain/ -;?"  - j ���     ~*��� I- ��� ���'        >.   *  f.k *-  iite. aH4 . lalgaty  <*.  " ��  CEANBB.OOK1; '-''* BitiTisn Columbia.  f ,   a  ForFyijii .''nfl Donujstic V/Jnes." Liquors  ,- and Gigais.  ' - ���. ceAnbsqok * '*  "  'ii^''     _  ��� -- - -  ,'     '     ".',  .     ,r..f,   ,  <f        J if;,, ', I'    '      \  I* e,\ <����� u  ,'���        "A/1 If,    I  ,     'mi,    s-      ,,    '        - ���  ;./ -;     -    .  ������     ;   ,   i i      i ii;   ,7"H  ���*i"'     "A   M"''   ' ' '    '! '"n   A,.   ,�� ,n"   '.*' 'I 'In q    fl  iiT'...'.-;i':':    ^'V'^'i-������I-'2;4,-'','; -;|* "<'  !*��.-  r       FROM  A:,Bi Stewart & Co.  AGENTS  FOR   '  KOOTEKAY   STEAM   -LAUND^.'g  \(FM  &t  */    --  And Ba/h Eooms.  -   ", In STONE Building.L  First Class Work.    ~  A/'Ii. PBAISKLlir  WMJJlU'-W'W'r'-L'Wl'ftg'll.l-;   l��"WIJa��W��  ^  ALL   THE   tilffiB:  BY . USING ',   '  MERCHANT ' TAtLOR  Fine   Suitirije,    Overcoating  Trousers,   imported    Goods.  J��d��IE  r^y-^-^-SS.''''*-*-''1*^ ^���iiJ!sJr'i^-  British Columbia j  iN  TO  MIMHOWWJt-W**-*1  Seattle, Taccma  O  ::cTicii.  i        ���;, ,   r���  %/i  yn th.-.t  Jrt'   dr...,   al:cr  ,,. ��� '   L ��� ,| ������ i, niv   In   th'-   ��.luef   Comml*  -V,V, ,    ',;    i ii.,- i'i"i "S'-'ui*:^ I'"   jiennicio-j   to  ' 7,i'r'c! lA-'fTr*. a. osinlii-Kl. i-.oie ���<: i'-ss m  vfl-i,    ,, ..ivv Ui.'t.ii-t, d'.-rnb.-d   a.follovis:--  ��� Com'ri-Ji" .il/ - t, lw t I l'lliH-'l   f.t   tl*C   r-OUth  -.h.r ,0,:,.- .,f lot .cOI, t-roup , which i-  aari.^! ' \, 'V Clark s S. K. Comer" and mnii  ;V, ,  -��� < ,(.���*���*-��--t   twelj chains, thence  fcouth  ' fv'em'j oluas, Hauc. Ka��*t tv.euty clialn*-  tUea<.e-<0Mb  aloiiK   ��hore  of   Moj'.o  L.'ke to  ���-lace of b'i,iiuuirig. '  i ; ' .S,T. CLr*HI.  tjetcdOctol-erUth, 1W.  TAYLOBjfeDAYIS,  ).������'. ^H.'_MI5.?.CO'r:..'.  " r'-^'^'-V'----3 1'lld Mc--   "--���iuf*lc''!::r-  ii-.l piiLliiia a carload of  -.,.-���.-���   -for , immediate    une.  V'nvo:'-^ ���/(���-^airing chimneyfi cau coni--  Our aim ia to plaaao patronc'  Cood   draJt and  bottled  beer  always on hnnd.  JOK 1TIEDERHTADT, Prop-  (i-.(j  PREST PHOTO CO.  Ukaubroo:: aku Movn:.  *jnwmjr->'w ^." J" ' '***^ *  O. F. i3EbAULNIEE,  DZSALEuIin  AKt)   Att  I Pacific  Coast fh  St,  Paul,   Chicago5   iSiev/  York  AND  ALL   POINTS   EAST'  Palace  and Tourist  Sleepers,   Buffet,  Library c.iru, Modern Day coaches  Dining   cars,      jletilo  a La Carte  I Best Meals on Wheels  , .' and BAKERY,  alqaln Gorvt-cl to .Ordpr." Brriad-lor Sale  Twelve, Loaves $1.    "--.  R. "T. E0WABI)t;!Prop.  FOR   FI"NE   TAILORING   GO    TO  rFhev -Oonfederiation ^LifteR^..n.**i|-":;-J  ���v-    s''    ,"    ^('X!(HEAi) OFFICE TORONTO.) h   ,-V'J-i-:^ -U '"il- ',   -��� -    1  ...-* ,-*>-'   ,  -     .  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