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 '    '"..'���! ',* ?"���/'  ��. u-J i .,'--"' 1/i  f^..  0    .���  ;y^  - ^rroyi  'i-  fcs M >1 <^  y.  r i\  V  , lire N 15   W   $ if  /'     A=sAi  JwLgf,  ilVW '       *!���      ����� ���*    'ft        1   r--i     IH  & #��#  ^^d   ^idfciE^^^  "$��A YEAR  ^  % t.Mv km Am  kP*l      ,     ..'X'.. , ' '      M,. tn C* a B3�� ffi n It     fiJ  J I  [HI  nn-B week we will. give pis  X��-or oae w*�� ���  ��� pric6S in order  to ���r?.dacfT,��Mai'vatoesUi mens,  one week:     ^  Surrendered-to -laps  ��� < .'on-Dee, 31st, ' ' ;  T Oi-o  v"     , .     . y ,'   '     ,  f| Mens,"01-' ���    ��� 15..  ,   ,  ft -   '   .   ". ,12.50.  Will Vie sold, for $15-  The Gun Olub-  Tlie    first spooling   match   of   the ^  Moyie Gun Club   was, held   at   their  ,  range in the worth end ��� of   town   Im  X Monday afternoon, aad   about,!-,   ol  \tbe cftck shots of tho town., took- par ,  We distance shot at   was^lOO   Yards.  fee shooting in most casks- was   very  close and nothing short of a .buhseye  would win v prim   Soveral  ties  had  ' I to be BliOt off.   Following ia  a list ot  I the    winners   and   the   number    of  !   * ....._ ~~ ���   ]\., a,  J.  jrtESSKEsiHsnHa^^  11  ��-f * ilmri offer a special line of  ���X     ?G*��?*fnnen btitobfld tail-  ������ %     ^lue ?Ki4Tat a price wkicii  1   r defies competition,        ��j-    ,  fe   f- , 1 -Ja*  y a a- -�� ,  '     a   ,'"  ��� the    winners   ana   ����   ""  *'-���'��. ' chickens,   which   they    won:   Jb  Sl.StOESKIESMS fe^rrj:  / '  l r 1 I  ' ~t**L I /^*1   .ft  V f f  Made 'aaiknt' Stan^.But  (>His'rAfmy Became Ex-  ,;>   ; ' - hausted.  t f 1  <<v   t    in)L   jau'   4'-The formal  pany aud they'are aiif��"����  - ���"-  'Port   Ariliur, jw-Ui, * , * ,       -���     ,.     vi,���    T>wf��v-niit/iiu a cleiin,  *   '      ���    *\!�� * lanin&a   into   Fort   wBpectivp lulea.   IheyjpawM **,  entry   ,oi    4ho nJ,ap��-n��t\ .��*-. \     * -nttrtttinmont:   Thursday  X*thir oaJanurrytf willbe sn, nnpos-j-high  daBh b.nltr*"n���       .-^ WoB '  A ' y.i ���*.    'ri,** j.,-n/���osu offioors   night   they   played*.. Jin- mu  -y 'f  K    W. ,ing spcoirtc.e.  t,j.u�� ���i-T    ,  '     #  will be given a banquet in the.city on  ^j?  January 1.0. '  , $2       Tne reas6n for, tbo surrender , of the,  '' rortrws ia'L-vidtf*  'from  a,  yidt -to  Wantfti hill,   Tbe entire 'B\rengLu *of_  The. Big Show-  "The beet show that ever" played to  a Moyie audience,"*-- ft tbe ��� verdict of  the peoplo after Vitrieeeing two-production* by the Wauou Stock* Company.' There are filteerf- in' the com*  pany aud they 'are all, ni'tisiB  ^ Jheir  Ontario Greamery Butter  ���, "y (DECEMBER  MAKE.) ',  1 A o i r  '   =# ..Which Wo Quote aa-Follows i  I Pound Bricks, 35 Cents.  *1A   t(      Boxes, , 30  We still hto a BmaWquantity'of White' Swan. ,,hiob>e  aresellinc  at former prices. -   *  '       "overs' dellvdied promptly to any part of to^vn.  (I  ��t  ihigh  class emenainmcuw    *.���-���----      }  Arthur ou jauuii.v ^ "  --���      *       1   _0o,-, Aia,ync\ ���' Tim ' the  West-  7 h( ������,     'ri.ft'Ja��a��osu  officers   night   they    played* ��� J in-  wm 1  ins; spctstAC.e.   ,inc JifV���" & -        ���        . , .   ;hov ^yt   on  the  ' : ��. :      ...'._ ...V...^,;���f in tlie tsitv  on  erner," last ,night,  iney  pu f  "Parish Prieat," aud'tonight "Charleys  .Auat" will- be^produoed.   The    com-  oany ild^erving of, a,'"cxowded  house  W there is little dbubt l)ut, tl��y   will   o  , ,    i-        ,   ' -' ��� , I 1  have it.  m:m^-j^^ooMoy:  '     Paid.. Op; Capita. ���. 9 ^5O0jOOO,- ,, ,  �������� ���aeserv"e.,-;-��� -."   . ' '    - ~ 'w-  dcp.     waniiw uul.   .-'"*-'  -���-'"--    i     ������; r  '7fc I    ',%.,...!��� ,���,'    The hills in tht- rear  -^  the position my ,*",��-���  - ��  ff 1 outer defend   The hills ia tht rear.  Wfio    - tfA   _x;���,.CA,i   ������,,   ��ffotdod a  full  n  outer aeien^-=*.    *"- ���-.---  1 w'ete not iwtifietl .and ftflordod a full  cover foi the asaWtiug /iorcw.  f  L0CAtf NEWS,  cover for the iwaaaltlug ; wroes, .                            afc lbc c) ?. B  Gcvieral. - Stoessei's -.l*st    message �� �� ^   ���         aW. t,rain time  to  ��*-,--,      ....     '   y     >   U,DUV,vuy.     ."           ,         ated  JanaEtf   i?pift,r.io the -sur- sUt 10.^  6;^/room^rowded  w  ���aeSerVQ,-:,   ^, ������' : .. 83 000,000 C��P'.^.%    snder   0j   Port.Axlhar, details   tne seethe   waitiu.       ,        .   _n;_ ,  *  Total l^��        # .    .     Intireat.3per_cent.      ���     ���   -    3.  TOtai ^--rr ^ of Interefit,3 per cent,  , i.^^Uo^d.^^^teo.1^^^^^  is,  render   oi   ^"��/"*"'      , ,  3ap>neie attiofof December olst and  concludes as follo.w.s:'l. ,  "Great sovereign    pardon us, U e  ....iu,.��    linmaillv  ladies sianuints  uu��=���,.   ; -  oonoiuu��,~ .��� ; Wp   the     cold.   Mr.  Atwood; keeps     his  .-Great sovereign    pardon us     V\ e     >e ^^^ q�� My  have done everything humai^Po,s-  ^ -c s^hould ^  .ible.    Judge    us    bu     bfe < me!�� ^'  ��Jm ' lieir .'distance   in   keeping   it  ,..      ..   ���-^�����n��   months  ofi-uomter-  mm i"- _,.���,i,i uRhmvn  SJmdtoH&��.''.'. '" I ^^^twiv  W.'h. Bhir��.haB Wt lot Sort Steele  and Wasa/e.       '.   -,     9 _   -  1 , '��� 1  men', anu^jnua*- w  ��*.��- ,   ~-   _      Jng,thewee��  ladio* standing outside, shivering   in  -    ���>'.-<       -rl-r-      il-cvr-inrl  ' keCTDS        hlS  station every clay aooui.* w����  -p-   -  we the   waiting'  room   crowded  with  mer* ,'an'd .most of them smoking, and   .  ��. t  -p���r-i-o   Idaho   has  Dave Porter, of Bur^e,  xua  1V   returned to Moyie. * '  Z       VB, Stewart was in Cranbrook the  a  evorymnJK   "��'"'"j    ���-���-���-   1 ���     .     ,.     -    "* filf* nuhiic snouia lend        a. ����� ��,v , ���,  ���dgB uf tai ^.<��^]^^^zs^)��^��tAti*i"^  ���.'���/*:��� ;s--v|  ">���''�����: fa  .oA .'a'  T*senrlv ��� eievwu *""���*���* o^^* , .  niptei struggles, have exhausted us.  Only one quarter'cf tho garrison Js  alive and of ibis number .thtf .majontv  flVe sick and iieing-obliged to act on  Uie delensive without even short inter  vals for repose are worn to   shadows."  on lae-ii"^"1^ - .- *��� ���_ .    r (..0 *weea.  him-their" assistance   in   keeping   lM^of-1. aBd" 8eats'-for * the  ;tl,3wa,, Theses should b.,r-^Ju��S:^ arrived.      -      ���  ^ore, respect.        _-___      ,     ���      |,    A ^ ^ b0,u to Mr. and  Mrs. r C  ' ^. _-   TAtinqrV   3rd* -  wi^-*-**  "i      _  Ooasftng Accident,   '. '  1    1 1  a   ���      Heett OSiofi  fi       ijKANUB-O'^  5??r ��.f- .��.py ?v-iyi'vY^fe*  Hayseed'Social Jan, 17.  The.adios  or \he Catliohc  church  |>ro^ ^u- ^.--^ _ -^  Hft,e punned^ novel ^^^1^^^^^   reduced  ���The 'first coastin'g accident occurred  ^Idnesaay' afteinoon when Arthur  the.slxyear"6ld,son.of,M_r.   and   Mrs  T/��Wn -Blackburn,  had   hia   right   leg UL10   Wen ^coasting down  Qoeed's'   opp;Bite ^ Kootenay hotel,^ v  ....    ,n... -���ii.w wm  carried.     ���, n rV-.������ TOOm and rooms :  i*k   OU"    ������  ���        ' Q     1  W ' Oleson on .January rfru o  ,The Moyie Dancing olub   will  hold  their, . regular     weekly  dance   no.t  Thursday evening,    y       ,,      .*/,.���"  ������   boi-Uoi^tuyeo  *^��^  doing    business     at'lLooul-'     ���     ,  Jew  ���avenue-    j .���� �����         ,.       . f.���  ! home'and' Dr.   Harvie   reduced .tne  1 '                    i    v < ���   -  Fj-cotnTP.  Stb-ling-Hili:  *i3verlobk the Grocery'Store to  ..Lake' Slior^^dition- . ^  "sis.    Prices'-as lew as;Any.  I W. nTCH.-ftopriet'*'  ' p j Hill, formerly accountaut with.  aioSt.-aCugono company, was io��r-  i,;iliuCan,an)M.untuba,on  Deceu  The dining room and rooms 'at the  Manba.tan hotel were' ^a*"��l  ;d��t of .the wo.it hy   Mrs.   Uandnr-ud.  ���Tho Moyio A^rio ot Ba��leH..oBC,nea  atthV,r last regular meeting to give a  u.&n^A0 ball on    tho    avou.nfc,  February    .*-->-�����-  ^USJ kll ^d l^..i-'Whitehead   re-  V  -**g, ^^��  .Cii jL-ft-��--B        -��- .        -     li6Urance.  Upon' the necessity, oi cairym, ii  ilk.SL^^^        ^^ __ wilh .grantee :  That il you want Ins  and speedy ^/vebtu  ^AKNOLD & ROBp-���      moyii  y    w\r,   be -*���'* ���*���*��� .-    ,  hapsuppor 'Will   "-���    -;'''v   -  Vice of ticii.-t^-ii' �����.��� ".'!���-  ,..���!�� .van. ��V..��^�� ^ --w'ua-:v  ti'^iuileS.-5' _ i  '  r    n     ,-,(     ..iviaq     children  Tho   , fault     ot   , j^-*1-* j  ..edicine   containing ^�����'j;,^  il- . ,      * (lli,i*nd---    \V.:dued��.my    i'O  ,,r  ,lX:i    Vo'Misb   M.m��  Pt^ins   ^   ^ u w" .W^ i.    Ao   ^vont.  , ,.,^1^.,    ,rr. y:(l v n*. Ha! will rc- .f . ^ wrfl riBnivcd by Moyie  ch.i.|f.vi bv->���.!.-- -��� . v,-,,n1-i  W^Uo, J, -S. Oro^ai��-NT- 0.1 i^u- i-  .     , METAL * MARKET.- .  ��^w;yoBK-Bar��lver)   61f centrf.    ,  Lead', -^.20/  Zinc .(spelter') $4.75,  '-"L0HD6��-Leadi>13, 2s .6d.        ' ��� *  : ���   /Qronin'Is'lEast,,"   ,  <r i ' '",, ' '*t i  Jahios Cronin is in .the "east, ,buto i?  ei'pebted' back about- next. Tuesday ox .  Wednesday. .He . is in Toronto (and  M6ntreal on1 business in ^conneot^on.  ���withtbeMSt. Eugene mine ,at *MoyA6 '  ��� and the War Eagle' and Center "Star  at Ilossland/ of which properties he ,is  manaeer.   ,.  l ��� ' y ,      '      ���  ,' y-.-Eos3-AsliWdrtK.     ' -J  La^t evening' at, the   E^byteria^ ,  manso-Eev.! J. T, -Ferguson','united���;in  marriage-John" Bos&^of  Moyie,   and  Miss Georgia ishworth of Washing-   ���  ton.state. - The.newly married, couple ,  Taate this-morning   for. Moyie,  where,  lheyJvvill rtiake ( their. .tdnJe^Netoo^  HewBi Jap.-3rd.    \       * .'..*'*  gbAMek��01, items,  Cionbrook Herald:    _��� ^     ���  j  ' If. Ji. Be  f      ���   ii  i       ���   i  "   ,, ���*��  ir  Special Meeting-  ruedioxne   ^^      ^   di:^rouSUfto: the   thow    lor  suuees,�� some nm-e   mo ^ .^^   ^ of tfc  than tho di^o f.o.n w-i - lAVll!finn stock Co.  stances, is ��"���� - ,        ���re  tha��thHdiaoascrtomwhical..r>    aje  .rtrerr.r.    Kvory mother s'iouU.   -no��  perfectly safe for children to   taU,    I  Utains     nothing  hnrsntul  and     L-r,    .  ,      ,.,1,U   -nd   croapa   is unsnr-  coat,!^-*- ^   ^     w    t    Atchison  ThlirawiUb* a special zneelinc ol  lhtf Moyie ucile. of .Baglea towgh  .lie: the ,how for the purpose o  filiating Mine of tho menders of, the  Watson Stock Co. A full attends  i3 desirad.  j��^X^        ^ ��� T^^ilh �� S��^lee ��o?  Preml      lWSb6d-   ^^ '  JZJ^^z  y kt Seasonable Bates, wil-i a,gu ^^^^^^-ss^s^^^S^2^   Installed Officers.  Tho i*W  omc'el"^ Wildey Lodge  ^r.       ,.��    ',-nalnlleU    at  '   LOST-Tockot      book'-' containing  References.   ^��,^^  oblige by returning sama l^B-lorapy,  aeoretary of 'the- Miners'   union.  lu all probability the installs tion of  officer, in the Moyie Aerio ol B^o  witt tako place next Wednesday   eAen:  ,  * i;- jb. Jrieatlio left   on   Tuesday tor  -   Winnipeg Toronto aud   Ottawa.   He  V-rofcts to be absent about six  weeks.  V Desadlm'er   and- John' Murphy,  Uvo'of the solid citizens of Moyie, were  in town a couplos of days this week.    _  Mrs MH. Small entertained a  few  friends last Monday evening   for   her  s;st-r, Miss Wollman, who expects   to  return won to her borne in Winnipeg.,  Dan Drain, one of tho.best known    .    ,  engineers on  tbe  Crow,  was  married     ���  abSut three weeks .go to Mrs*- Sfuart,      \  of the 0. P- B. hotel at  Macleod, and  the happ y ^r are now in California  enjoying, tho    sunshine of that great  winter resort.  &ro*Mn*BM  EATp  ���"������.-j  i��TKTB,BSIB3!B &  i'S.     ^"^L-^i^ -*  "��� ( ceeour  union  We carry tho best range of *�� i? ^^^i  made��l'niDisoFTiI��V��-  it-  ^^,^-r��ri��^f;til2S^-��� " ������\S';'  -: ,.- ...   -ri^'/a^r^TO*!^^^  ���...���.     ^-"Zv^-'v^- v   ��� v '������'���< �����������*������'��� ^  ��� *���~^ it.-Canatei".;  s.  ������ ii  MW.    S,,.<i    ��our   Ota*.-���  or.icr to u�� una ��'�� ���� '" l0 y0U1' g"'  "�� ����-*�� or reimul your -^  ���,,c,n   requeri,    .--'^��'    "' ��/L,,   ������,!  .v;p      l.c-     ei:r-,iavou    ��"-  I *-*   ,.-,<.-T-in(-   within  Uu..:antcc to  to  ao  ui^a.ii.l,  tv-o or tlu-eo days of   Christmas.  VV. H. VVU.SON,  ppvSBKOOli, B. C.  Jc-.voler. LU"  ng.    .  ��� ,-    '  ,   MU..       ^ J WJFitGb is* building up  a goon   wintcr rC80���. _   (     .,    ,  n*~       nF  Wildey  Lodge  basinets in his store in the South   end, ^ con8a^n��aled Ibis  'nZ7l T*      ei^      Called tt.^n-    He ii increasing his   -soak,  ^ whicll the Imberi.l fcnk ^  No.MI.O.   0. x* ^ , ;eC0C8deS?fii  cures tbe postpffice. corner. ot   E.   B,  th^^S^   " ^v^nd master,    numorou^IU^ ^.^- ^ and   Wlll take,passion  the last ingu" *"    - ���,jor  bell, the district deputy grand rnaaler  li   * I.  harie'V"  TONIGHT.  The Philharmonic Lady Quaitette  nf^l,0 i3 billed to appear at the  tS^'&L on th, evenmg oi Jan-  uary 19 th.  cures the postpffice   corner. ot   K.   ^-,  Beattie and   will taks.,,possession   as  eoon as a new   store , building  that  is  being constructed, for Mt. Tpmploton.  -   o.i r'niiann'Ur' '- Addons' cor-  iUBt sastcl iViaL.n.uji. .-,-; ,-rt   ,  ner 5*3 ready. , Thi^ SU1 ?aean that Mr.  likely 'V"Tv��   l'.'�� *>=�� "��� ��b��.U* ��* ��=>' looatio..��aS=oa Mpo.����le.  1��'^rv1oi: ��� 'ry���* ol.i,d..iE  *..'.   b.   oncjioo-  it*  Uo  $4,boii,ooo  "������������'.$3,000,000  ���*.'',$3,000���000  * IIpiTAiJ,^^Sd)'"'  J GAPITAL,;C^aid  Vti-y  v ...   .... rest.;-���������������������>,���;������:���������.���';''.  1 HEAD bFFicE, TOBOIiTO,^^^.ce;Pre^a '^ .^  5 !T.R.MEBBITT,Pres, -P. ^^^SldlTF AT, Cluol lus^otor.  ;    E. HAY, Assistant Q^v.'. Manabe,- ; ^tteneria banking br.Ci*  \:CRAtBROOK BRANOg-. ncS3trans^.- .   ���;  ��     K^c^JL^  ���^u,v^inall  T^rts   of   OimhaU ,. J��y  ���3  piven-to coi**-*--!"-*"-"--  5-F;MyP^^ASV!,.{Vl^ager.  '^^0*^^ vA^^y,^, ^^^^^' .^-^^^:^^  ^ym x^y^-^7 ^'-^  h i I If aiey f  -: pkT'NTEBSi..; '  the Eiii;^53"-"'."'���"'',���"   "  Sample  cen,w   ��� .1-^   .kij:dsof  edtimates fnrniohod   oa _  -*     ,,.  work in our line.  F.'j. BBADLEY^iCO.  '   w, -UAK.BK00K  Ariustvoncr A^^ .       ,    ���  January 20th.,  t     -i^.M o-no up from Cranbrook  j" r��e     with J00    Baker  |to8Wap   hsh   stone ^ aiQ  Qnly  tins week.    J. C. wre-v���> .^ .u  other man in the .^ooL^1��\ lle_  i3Y TKls t the same clajjs w.U, ^ - jo ^ ^ ^  Watson Stock Ooiap��sr,.| ��"*.�����>- ������?*.worth ^^  " * \b,.Cn--eAm*kottoBr*t.^*^m-.  "   ��M*--ivo!hcrha3 been a sufferer   for  x -     ,r-   f,:���   rl>euniatisms"   says  ^^.S Husband,"Pennoyl-  V--J-r^U^5Se.^S-u>^le,to  IVA,,i;-  . atl" Se at all times waking"  m��, yiwl''   t pre'sentod ber- with ' a  Slf^^^^^h^"  CMW  ^.^dov0ytned,inlact   she  Sftflii��v^   ?��v-r 5?tbout it how Md; �� ..��* .�� l  ��� lsn^      ,      -o- will"-   >��� An occasional  H.ii. snxvxi, *i��u.tBer. ,._   -. times  a>e >       -^ ^.^ k.��cp3- uv7i*.y  ���aJB��f.ol���� sample, ririus-        | Wed wHli." l"or sale Uy W. J. Alcuu  Hi  to the noA7 iWuWu����asoqn aapossiole.  The new building ffill be one story.  Wx25 foot with a   fifteen foot ceiling,  and a plate   B*"*   ^L    tl   V/lU   b"  ready  by   March   f;rot. - ^  ���    ���"piIh^^e'il'ic-.lsdto appoint  fie Hon-  f^'cOTON,. President    of   ���the .  V te   ^S��ao����.V under IM��;WW^-  ��� i���t'  for ihsmttWJo o-*' erinmnnf; Into  qu���,o= Act . -!<    ,h_i  t> u      o�� uie  .and    ^^^y^.y^rc^^y its  uccordiugli'i ���',.���' ���   .-  ' j-iovuioial Sicrutisry; Oflice,  3Stti Pecciabori l?*11. -J. '���i     - , ,'ic  ���"ll  Vr  y *  When History  Repeated   Itself  By    IN A    WRIGHT    HANSON  Copyright.-   1904.    by   Ina    Wright   Huuon  !     ',      n  <      r *  ���     '     1    , <, ,  l J ,-  if ,  o ,       ,   ,    *  i 'V  ,   tr*  Miss Eugenie Barnett looked discontentedly   across   the   veranda   at   her'  blond cousin in the'cushion piled ham-  .mock. ,  -    "You've no business to be so pretty,  , Julia Knox; and to look so absurdly  ' young.   You are just as old as I am,  and that is twentyrs"���   ,'       y '  "Hush!"    The  little  widow ��� sat up  ^quickly. ' "You  mustn't; Eugenie.    If  we think we are young and never acknowledge   that   we 'are   not. young  we'll fool the people-into' thinking"���,;  c i ',' 'A pocket edition of blue and gold,' "  continued Eugenie0 morosely.   ' "That's  what Dr. Hunt called you. and it suits  you too.    I' tell you,' Julia, it's  little  Bhort'of tragedy,to worship beauty.as  I do and be homely as,a hedge fence  ��� .myself!" * ^ .    ,  "The cypress hedge fence at the foot ���  of  my  garden' is  beautiful, I think,"  said'the widow, lying back among her  cushions again. , "Find another simile,  Eugenie." *    ��� *���    <���*    '  "'The  girlo turned   away ..impatiently  -with' o'marting eyes.r  She,was so,tired  'of  the continually   booming,, breakers  and drearily whistling buoyi-Sbe wish-  i edshe, hadn't  come' to' California 'to  . visit Julia ,Knox., ��If -'Julia! weren't a  widow or'if Dr." Hunt weren't; spend-;  * Ing his vacation here or if Julia (Weren't  ' bo pretty and she" so plain or, if"���   ��� -'  r, ( .,'.'Eugenie, dear"���Mrs.'Knox,'looked  out of half shut, baby blue eyes���"ao=  .  you think It was prearranged for you  '    i  <>        i  r    * *,   <.  a  i' ,.  p  ��  y t  Ku1. *��� ,t   '   i t  ���  and5 Frankie-Hunt and me to'play to  gether .as 'children and meet again-at  Santa Cruz1 as grownups?; * Don't you  thinVtha^Dr. Hunt".���   ' ;      ��� ' ' ' \b  '��'Who filches.my "good'name?" ^  ,  ���    TVhen a-tall young man came around  'the'porch  corner ' be1 saw v only   Mrs.  Knox.   Her cousin had disappeared.  '  "   As  Eugenie  entered, 'her doom xher  , cousin's clear"tones floated'through the  open window.   .     -     .   , , q        y   " ', -  "She 'is  having "one^of^her -spells  again  because Bshe, isn't; a  Hele'n  of  'Troy, and, it reminds me of our school  '/days.  Do you remember when she'.cut,  oflf.her'hair in'a rage because it was  brown and straight instead bf yellow'  ,  and ciirly, like mine?"     _    v - "-���   "���  ,-  ��� "Now, I call that mean of Julia," Eu-  - genie thought^'her face growing crim-  r. son as she heard'them laugh.   If she  - bad not shiit'the window just.then she  'might have heard the doctor's answer.*  ,   "No one but Eugenie thinks hei'iface ,  ',  Isn't good to look at." r A '    ',.'"'-  ,  ' By, and-by," Julia: ascended the stairs  and tapped at her,'cousin's door. ��� .  ., V'Dr.   Hunt .has ,his   auto' ,here ,(and  ' wishes us to ride with him.   Get* your  hat and come on!'! ;.'  "Thanks.'.  I   have   another  engage-,  ment." , , \   \   t,   .,  "All' right,"    answered   the   widow  'sweetly.   "I'll try to make upcforyour  absence."  "I don't doubt tt," observed Eugenie.  Mrs. Knox went down five steps and  paused.   She wrinkled her white brow  unbecomingly, sighed and went back.  "Honey," she called softly, Tier pretty  lips at the keyhole, "did no one ever  tell you that along with the Barnett  nose you inherited the Barnett trick of  making folks like "you?"  Eugenie's    grim    features    relaxed.  "Good little Julia," she sighed as the  v. red auto pulled away.  Her' mind trailed back into the past.  She-was a little, dark faced-girl again,  playing with Frankie Hunt, her sworn  champion until her cousin, Julia Epps,  came to school. Personified daintiness  was Julia Epps, from thev blue bow ou  her yellow curls to the black bows on  her tiny slippers.    , \  One miserable, lonely noon hour Eugenie peered around tho beech' tree  where she and he had always played together .and saw something the memory  of. which even after a dozen years  made a green name leap into the woman Eugenie's eyes. Frankie Hunt  was putting on Julia Epps' finger the  ring which he had been digging out of  a black button for her, Eugenie Barnett.  Another day she and Julia sat on Julia's mother's porch eating cookies.  With her free ha-ud Julia smoothed her  ruffled white apron-complacently.  "He says he loves me the best of  anybody," she announced coquettisbly.  "Tomorrow is ' the * last day. of  school," answered^ ber cousin, "aud my  mamma says I may wear my lovely  new dress.    Then you'll see whom he  with her geography. Frankie Hunt  was tying a refractory shoe string.  When the teacher "was out of sight; he  jumped over four intervening desks to  Eugenie's seat.  , ���'  "You look awful nice, Genie. Will  you be my girl?" he said.  And Eugenie answered solemnly, "If  you'll cross your heart and-hope to die  you'll always love me better'n Julia  Epps." o ���  The woman Eugenie laughed and'  came back to the present. ,  "History' sometimes  repeats ^ itself,"  she'remarked.    "I don't see'noWJ why-  Julia Knox"��� , ' ,  A half mile from Mrs. Knox's'cottage the red auto, pufllng back, capae  upon a surprising sight. A young woman, looking at once defiant and apologetic, her white dress mud spattered  and , blood stained,, her~~brown' hair,  blown .about,'by a saucy sea breeze)'  stood by the roadside holding in her,  arms a dilapidated yellow mongrel,  ���vone leg swathed stiff in plaid silk band-  'ages.       i   r ��,  "Eugenie," wjhere' in the world are  ���you going with that dirty dog?" shrill-  ' ed-the widow.    ,  ^ "Home,'' answered'Eugenie laconically, turning toward a short cut across'  the hill.     ,   , , - ,  ' VWhat's this?'.', and Dr. Hunt stepped'  out of the auto. "Broken leg, eh ? Well,  old fellow, you 'are In luck" to-get 'a  capable surgeon in ycjur hour of calamity.. -Silk bandages, too.''I wonder If  the] splints are'gold or ivory." '',''.  ',' "i had forgotten my handkerchief, b<*  Thad to use my neck ribbon," sheex-J  plalned,i> starting to> go: i  )A '  "Get ln.here, .Genie!^'   -Housed the  pets name as in the old daya. - "This ia  better than walking.','* *"i b "���   ���   ��� .  .. "Oh,,?don't!"., shrieked   Julia   Knox.'  i"Don't get in  here'with  that  awful  dqgj, I can;t bear���the sight of ,blood!"'  "SUe'close'd' her eyes shudderingly;   -    *  ;   The little'dog whined "softly- and tried  to lick Eugenie's face.< Her pulse leap-,  .ed,as she.met the doctor's eyes. ,   ���       ���,  ' "You1 did'it  scientifically,   and yoii  aren't a��bit pale.<- Shouldn't you ��� like  to"1 be a. doctor?"      <,-���;<'     '    ,.  ' "Or a doctor's wife?" suggested Julia  vKnok.^a trifle maliciously. -  ,"Wiil you, dear?"'he asked eagerly,"  watching ,.the   color .flood   her., dark  cheek. ,.   "Will   you -be ' this^ doctor's  wife?"   'y     t ,i  / ,    0.  -, '.     ' ''    .  "WellJ'Vsaid the pretty widow explosively, "I guess'il'm not needed here'.;,  Eugenie,   if  you {* can  guarantee   that  little beast not tb* bite I,suppose I,can  take him home for you."' ' *'"  ,"I can't" said Eugenie happily, starting for the third'time across the hill.;.'  "'"But,"   interposed  the  doctor,   "you  haven't' answered'* my question.' *Wlll'  you be my girl, Genie?"    *'     '������ '   ,'  '  She looked back at him with" radiant  eyes, and, answered* with omock solem-  p-'nlty: / ���   ���,'   'y   ��"'y   <",'"'   ''''���>     '  *'    -'  t "If you'll cross, your heart and hope'  !to die that you'll,alwaysilove me^.bet-  ter'n Julia Knox."-. ". . s' '��� '  THE KIDNEYS  are DELICATE  EASILY   AFFECTED   BY   CHANGES  OF TEMPERATURE.  ���:-j��:":-:*i:":��:<*i:<":-'  THE LAST BUFFALO  HDNT ON THE SOURIS fLAINS  1 ���       , (Walpole   Murdoch,   Hartney,   In,   Winnipeg, Free  Press.) If  Dp. Chase's  Kidney-Liver Pills.  Not even, are the lungs more susceptible to.tlie effect of cold ^raf's,cf  overheating,- of dampness or. cold than  the kidneys. , '   ''    ,  ".This accounts for 'workingmen/.so  frequently becoming victims ,of painful and deadly kidney diseases.   ���"    "  Pains, in the balck are usually the  first note cf warning. Then there is  frequent and painful or smarting urination, headache and derangements of  the digestive system and bowels.' - ��  ...IF YOU'-' WOULD PREVENT  BRIGHT'S DISEASE AND OTHER  DEADLY FORMS OF KIDNEY DISEASE YOU  MUST ACT,QUICKLY.  To be-certain, of rimmediately, arresting disease and bringing about a  thorough' cure,,. you , must use' Dr.  Chase's, Kidney-Liver- Pills, , which  have so many' times proven their superiority as a treatment for the' most  serious diseases of the kidneys.    ,   ' *  By acting on the \i\pr and bowels,  as well as on'; the kidneys/ Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver .Pills effect a  thorough cleansing*, of , the whole '"filtering and "excretory systems and'entirely rid the body of 'all poisonous  waste matter.'1   ,'     ���   'J ,'��  ..MR..' J AMES "J. JENSON,', .Olds,  Alta., N. ,W. T., yvrites:    y ',  ���, "L .have' b,een trpubled' considerably  with lame'back! which,! suppose came  from derangements, of .. the kidneys,  and. 1 have neverJbeen abie to lind a  treatment thafc,was so prompt and,<et-  fective-in curing'this aliment as Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills. At ���two  different ; times in mj; life'this"preparation iia's entirely cured1 me of this  trouble, and'of late years , I have found  it- unnecessary to- use, any medicine  whatever.' I'feel'lt my'duty to add  this statement' to the <r many ^ others  which I see t,* in , recommendation of  this excellent .medicine." * -'    'x   .   ,A  .Dr.;. Chase's Kidney Liver Pillst are  so thorough'and far-reaching in "their.  Influence on the kidneys as to thoroughly 'eradicate^ the" most serious disease. -One'pill a dose*, 25 cents a box  at all dealers, or Edmanson, Bates &  Co.," Toronto'.^ .The! portrait .and signature t of^*Dr. A. W. Chase, the famous, receipt book author,'are lon'.ev-  ery  box.  ,   ' * , ���   ��� .'  V   -  The last great buffalo hunt'enjoyed in  tlio west took place "forty years ago'and  nearly all the half'breed population, tHen  .fti   .Manitoba    engaged    ih.�� the    chase.  Some  o'f ..those jwlio tpolc,, part  in.that  wild':raid 'dn/the buffalo-are now re'sid-  iritj'in" Alberta'and delight" ��o recall* the  rem'embrance of the great hunt with the  various* adventures 'connected .with the  occasion.', In the* fall of1 1864 the "buffaloes*  had   'congregated    in' immense  numbers, south' of the Turtle mountains  on  the great plains ;/cast iof the,; Souns  river.   .The hunting party w��.s large and  'consisted 'of ��� men, women' and children,  'with nearly a thousand-carts and hundreds of * Indian ponics.yAs the hostile  Sioux   were   abroad   the" party   had to  keep, well togethbr while outriders were  stationed   at; different   points   for   the  purpose *bf watching theynovemenfs of  the buffalo herds' and torsive notice', if  danger, ,,should appear.  The buffalo hunter 'of the plains possessed a peculiar character,; he was "a  . sk'ilful rider,, a good shot, hardy," strong  and watchful.* and courageous.,- He  usually rode a'horse possessed of speed, i h<  strength' and   wind. "Like . his   master,'.ca  "the1 horse enjoyed the excitement of the  chase' and wouldr strain every nerv'e'to  bring his'master alongside of-,the-buffalo. 0Lr those days the buffalo hunter  was-usually,armed with'a* smooth bore!  "niuzzle ��� loading   gun." :L:His  ,supplyr of  'powder  was  contained" in  a  horn '��� that  hung ��� from ,' the   shoulders   by   a!   strap.  ,The hunter kept severalrbullets- in*his  mouth ��� for'the,*sake   of   expedition   in  loading.   When a'drove ofjbuffalo were  to be approached''the, advance,was'made  by hunters in the greatest bf silence, the  leader o'f the party' a little in 'advance,  liis  chief duty .was" that"''of restraining  the'impetuosity' of Athe  more  impatient  hunters-and-'get his  band  as  near ��� the  buffaloes  as  possible. .At .length  when  the'buffaloes .commenced, to 'move,  the  uneasiness would increase- and the herd  started, Jthe   leader   would . shout' and  then "every horse would spring forward;  "All Iiad   to   start,   for  no ��� horses could  be'restrained;   bridles were let'go,*guns  were brought, into-position and-the wild,  cavalry bore down 'on  the flying herd.  After the first ,shotsrthad been delivered,  the   hunter   loaded   his   gun   while   his  horse" was  at  full, speed  and : in  firing  care'was. taken' not to-'raise;, the breach  higher   tlia'n  theumuzzle, lest  the  ball  I  should,,-roll, out, but. as the-rider was y"  generally.'only   a- few,', feet   from   the  animal -/that, he* wished^' to* shoot  there |  was ho'such need to raise the'gun. to the J  i-shoulder.   'Sometimes "a- single*f hunter .*  'woulcl shoot four or five buffaloes during*1-' the "chase ' made on >a!,good   herd. 'A  ,The larger, the drove tlie'better chance1*!  there was for'.the'hunter as the animals  in ' advance" retarded,  the   progress ��� of  those in the'rear where,the attack was  taking   place, ��� - Cows   and   young bulls ,|  were  not killed   unless  by -accident or f  when game was,scarce. ,'On the occasion!  of the great hunt the carts .were .loaded J  with- pemmican, .tongues   and   skins tof \  buffaloes.'  When*a hunter"had dropped t|  a buffalo at some distance 'from his corn- _  panions,' or from camp,  the chorse was  tied.to the'head of the,animal while its''  master was    engaged ' in  skinning ' the?-|  beast  that badjbeen captured.  ' During tM  the-continuance  of the  great'hunt on \*M  the SouriS' plains which- lasted for many",-^  weeks, the food of. the-hunters was meat  and nothing Vise.' The next season the  buffalo herds had moved'far tp the"west  andtnever again returned in great numbers so near,-the Red river. ., ���  , "  t,  ' She Had Her Way.  --The late Counselor E., chairman of  the quarter sessions for Dublin,|was so  'remarkable for his leniency to'female  culprits that a woman was seldom convicted when-he presided.  Oh one occasion when this humane  ���barrister was in the chair a prim looking woman was put to the bar of the  commission court,, at which presided  the equally humane though' perhaps  not so gallant BaronS.       * ,  She was indicted for uttering forged  'bank notes.   According to usual forms  'of law, the clerk of the crown,,asked  the prisoner if she was ready to take  her trial. , '  With becoming disdain she answered  "No!" She was told by the clerk she  must give her reasons why.  As if scorning to hold conversation*  with  the  official-' she  thus 'addressed'  his   lordship:   "My   lord,   I   won't   be  tried here at ail.   I'll be tried by my  Lord E." * ���      ���  The simplicity of the woman, coupled  with the well known character of E.,  caused a roar of laughter in the court  which even the bench could not resist.  Baron S., with his usual mildness,  was about to explain the impossibility  of her being tried by the popular judge  and said, "He can't try you," when  the woman stopped him short and,  with an inimitable sneer, exclaimed:  "Can't try me?    I beg your pardon,  tmy lord; hctried me twice before."  **;'- She <vas tried, however, and for the  third time acquitted.  Where  Time  !���   Notliine*.  Miss Mary E. Dunham in her book  of travels through the Balkan states  says she found that the idea of women  traveling without a male escort in  those countries struck the people whom  she mot as most singular.   -A Monteue-  likes best."                             '               ,An���\ erhi was also astonished at an expend  The   fair   Julia   tossed   her   golden    ^'"y^ yy..���_        f���nwol   ^hM  curls and* answered grandly, "I think  dresses won't make any difference In  his love,"  "You'll see," Eugenie replied darkly.  That night Eugenie braided, her some-  wbat: curtailed' tresses .into- numerous  tight little braids.    Next day, arrayed  in   the  new  dress���how..'well., she   re-  iture of money upon travel which  seemed to him without an adequate  purpose.  The English, he had been told, wanted to see and know everything. , They  traveled everywhere. It must''be a  very expensive habit. It had perhaps  cost me ��S,-he. suggested, to come this  ' A-LOOK AT OUR PROGRESS.*''  - \Ve will soon, be .closing _a.iiother  year, and again as we,-the citizens of  Assiniboia,1 the tarmers' pf the 'West,  balance our books for another season  we can look-around us and see and  feel prosperity; >e know that we are  better off than we were "a, year" ago,  and those bf us'who have'been in the  West'since its,'youth know that-its  growth" arid progress are substantial.  -ihe. pioneers -wlio came ''to the  wheat-' belt' of Western Canada ,made  a" choice of two propositions when  thev decided to farm; to select the  highlv,. advertised lands of the Da-  kotas and Minnesota, or come to the  less advertised territory ot Manitoba  and' Assiniboia. Were they wise in  their selection?,, Let us look at results.    ,  The  Blue  Book  for  the  ten   years  'Dl-'Ol   gives   the   average   yield   per  acre of  12.07  bus.  in N.  Dakota , and  1(J 04     bus.   'in    S.    Dakota,   with   an  average", of all Western  States  ot  VI  bushels.    The Canadian Blue Book is  authoritv   for* the   figures   that cover  the  same period  of years   C'91-'01)   m  the Canadian Wesc the aveiage yield  was   17.07   bushels.   These quotations  -ive us a feoimg of satisfaction when  we look backward for a  decade   and  realize that we are about 40 per cent  wealthier each year than our cousins  across     the     line.     Even   this   year,  which has made so much dissatisfaction tfwing to the disparity in prices  caused   bv tne 'crop   failure    in    the  United   States   with   the  rust  blight,  our returns per acre   are   more than  if  we were  farming  in   Uncle ' Sam's  land.   Our average of 11 V> bushels at  80 cents    would    be    $14���   per acre;  Northern  States   average   of  12  bus.  at 9(5 cents would he $11.52  per acre.  The  amount   is   not  very  large,   only  $250  on  a   150-acre  crop,   but  it is  a  nice nest ogg, and though our prices  have to  be governed  by Brn.-sh markets,  and    the    srarcity    of    milling  wheat across the border makes a lo-  ^n.1   market   which   can   call   flour   at  S":;.45  per hundred, while  we  buy our  Hour for $2.20.  ��� Wo have our drawbacks in tins  country, but wc: alsj have substantial  advantages. Let us then be loyal to  our country. Push it along in every  way that is goinsr to beneht those  who reside here and the prosperity  wi.l continue.���[.Guiu-bb.ough  Post.  ,   .:    -PRIMITIVE  BOOKS.,  r , * - i     , *    i * f- ct .  - ,      i -C7 *��� i *> *  HoVv Tlicy Were'Maile by tlie Ancient  \ \b BnttnkM of 'Sumntriu y r ���  AJ near"<approach*to'.tbe���form bf'a,  modern book was niade'by. an obscure  popple called the Battaks, who ,in old-  eii',thiys"inhabited the island of Sumatra. 'Tlicy, invented, ~or 'adopted''fr;om  some unknown source, ajform of bpok  consisting1 of a long strfiT.of-Jbark five  or six inches wide and closely resem-.  blingoa piece of Egyptian papyrus. ���  They seem to have taken a distinct  step forward in the bookmaking art,  for instead of .rolling tlieir strips of  .bark in Egyptian fashion they folded  them into accordion plaits, so that  they took exactly the form of modern  books with uncut leaves.  Wooden covers were then put on either side] and 'the whole was sometimes bound together with a piece of  snakeskin. Uad the Battak scribe gone  one step further by cutting the leaves  and writing on both sides the' result  would have been an exact prototype of  a modern book.  The Hindoos used a palm leaf two  or throe inches wide, cut in sections  and dried. Each section may be compared with the leaf of a book, and  they were piled up in sequence or perforated and strung together like a Venetian blind.'  lt,   y^.^���       --���_., ���-,    _ , distance    i admitted that it had, and  membered the gay plaids-with flutter-     JlbUl"y;  He'll   Get the  Cream.  '"I'm engaged-.in the dairy business  now;"  said  the lawyer.1        !-.". . '  "   You   don't   say,"  ...exclaimed . his  friend,''the- doctor. .     '  "i-'aet/'    rejoined    the .' legal  light.  "I'm milking an estate."    ���  Ing ribbons, kinky, locks and the mien  of a conqueror, she entered the schoolroom after the other children were  seated.  With cleverly assumed carelessness  Bbe glanced in Julia's direction. That  young lady was wearing the .same  dress she had worn several times before, and. glory, that same old white  apro'a! Eugenie wore no apron. She  had'been forced to start with one. but  It was lying ingloriously under a stone  In a fence corner. Retribution lay  within its crumpled folds, but retribution could wait.  Just before recess she looked at  Frankie Hunt. His eyes had boon fix-  t/. upon her all the morning, and now  he. smiled entrcatingly. Eugenie modestly lowered her eyes. At recess she  L. -fayed  in  her seat,  being  very  busy.  he expressed great astonishment at the  lavish expenditure.      ' Y  "And it takes not only money, but  time," said my'companion.  1 He laughed merrily. "Time! What  is time? Time is nothing. You live,  and then you die." The id \i of reckoning "time" amused him vastly.  "Time," said a Hungarian who -was  of the party, in order to show hiSi.su-.  perior knowledge, "is thought very  much of by the English. I have been  told that they have a proverb which  says, 'Time is money.' " ���  .We corroborated this report, to the  astonishment-of both men, for even  the'Hungarian thought this was going  rather fur. The'Montenegrin .thought.  it one-of the wildest statements he had"  ever met with iind shook his puzzled  head.  ' WHERE  UNCLES" RULE.  Peculiar   ChkIotu    Thnt    Prevail-    In  Northern   An��tralia.  Uncles rule among the native tribes  bordering Torres strait, where the relationship between maternal uncle and  nephew is regarded as being closer  than that between father and son.  There a man is bound,to stop fighting  when ordered to do so'by his mother's  brother, and the uncle is entitled to bid  bis sister's husband cense any hostilities iu which he may be engaged.  Moreover, tlie quelled combatant is required to make a present to tbe uncle  or brother-in-law, as the case may be,  who slops him. ,  When a man marries in these parts  his father provides the wherewithal to  purchase the bride, but it is the maternal uncle who makes the actual pn5-  ment and who acquires the credit at-  tached thereto.  Amanyn those parts may not utter  the- names of his wife^s relations;, and  'when, he speaks' to his father or mother-in-law he must lower his .voice: and  speak humbly, the underlynig^ idea' being probably a pretense-that _he- as  carried his spouse away forcibly fiom  her home and, must,sue, for peace.  vents ;m��r,,n."om dictating'my meditations." ~ We" are told, too,' that he allowed shorthand writers to-take-down''  his*extempore homilies; y '"'Ay -A ,  In 'the tenth century Greek! and Roman stenography,, gradually^died.'out.',  'and the Srt did *notX"revive," until the  beginning''of the-seventeenth ceiiiturjv  During this long'interval"several/systems of quick writing were evolved,  such'* as that 'of Dr. Timothy. Bright in  1588,*who iiad-a separate sign for every word, .'and some of these almost  rivaled shorthand in rapidity:' v s  '   ^_______ a  .   ���       ' "    "~" I v  v    The Tvlcker'n .Trndciunrk.  In the English hunting field it is the  custom to" mark kicking horses by tying a piece of red ribbon a'round their  taUs Experienced hunters are on the  careful lookout for, ail'such animals,  and should it happen .that the steeds  ai-e running close ,to one another the  equine with the ribbon bedecked* tail  is -iven a wide .berth, as it is more  than probable that it will lash out  with its' hind legs to the serious disadvantage of its neighbors. ���* In the excitement of the chase horses almost  lose their heads, and an animal that  naturally isoiiot in -any/way vicious or  incjiuedcyto .be. bnd\ tempered will do  ��� thC/niopt uncxpectedXthin^s in the way  of kicking, rearing arfd biting.-London  Telegraph. s  The   Coy  Widovr. '  "I think," declared the little daughter of the widow to the millionaire who  was calling, "that yon'nre a charming  and delightful man."  "How  nice!    What   makes  you  say  BEXANsATTEND:;, ,  tOfliSlORKNOW  MANITOBA .     MAN        CURED'  ,      DODD'S KIDNEY  PILLS.  BY  by-^  He    Echoes    a    Statement    Made  Thousands   of   the . People   of  tho  Prairies.        *^ '  Giroux, Man., Dec.' 2Cr��� ISpecIaU-  Mr Philias Normandeau, a .weii  known'resident of this place^ Is one  of thousands of Manitobans who, have  found relief from the pams ��d^ches  of Kidney Disease m Dodd s Kidney  Pills' Mr. -Normandeau is always  foady to say a good word lor tho remedy that brought ^ck ins health-  ������Yes, I can tell you Dodd ��� --Jwney  Pills* made a cure ot me, ****** J  had Kidney Disease for th'ce yeara  At times I got so bad I ����^ J Ja���iJ  :ro?S'"��S  pains,and  aches are all ,gone,_ano  i  can work as  5��nW��d�� SSl as-anyhSdy   To any-  Cbody who has trouble| w.tngelr K d-  so  "Mamma told me to."  Fnlth.  Speaking of a man who fell in love  witb    his    mother-in-law   and    finally  eloped with  hor.  Brother Dickey said  -Well   suh. dat man had1 de faith dat  would advertise fer a lost umbreller!"  neys all r^can say is "use Dddd's Kid-  neDodd'sS'Kidney Pills .always cure  sick Kidneys. With well . Kidneys  vou can't have Bright's D-sease, Diabetes, Rheumatism, Dropsy or any  of those other fearful and fatal diseases that spring from sick'Kidneys.  The   Oldent  Iilvin-B; Tvrin��.  Scotland claims to have the oldest  living twins in the world. It had been  reported that the brothers Benham of  Bridgeport, Conn., who are eighty-sev-  en years old, were entitled to that distinction. Scotland's aged pair are  Thomas A. and George Hill Melville ot  Fife. They are, iu tlieir ninety-fifth  year. George is the frailer of the two  and has been totally bllud for tho last  seven years. A year or two ago, too,  he was unfortunate enough to break  bis leg, and he is permanently coufined  to bed. *  ANCIENT STENOGRAPHY.  Shorllmnrt   Wnn   In-line'it*   Early   ��u��  the   Third   Century.  Shorthand was known to the ancients, though it is impossible to trace  the system to its source.  Ennius, the Reman poet, is said to  have improved upon an already exist-  in> system. lie wns a-friend of Sciplo  ami wns born 239 B. C. Seneca also  m.-ide it a hobby.  Origen, the Greek father and mystic,  who wns born about 18G and was a  voluminous writer, says, in'the course  of liis commentary on St. John, "Tho  abseuceof my shorthand writers nr��.  I  reduces wa.sh d&.y drudgery* and increases  yowr leisure time. It is svn eak.sy. qviicK-  cleaonsing soev.p theLt makes your clothes pure  arvd white without the least injury. Hard or  soft water will do and you don t have to boil  the clothes.  Buy Sunlight.  Your grocer is instructed to refund your  money if you are not satisfied; no8  Lover Brothers  Llrr-.lt����i  Toronto ...--,. '!> J]   r  ' ift '   ���>,  Ci *    v  ^fen  A ���',  WJ  ^T^OYlEjfADE^  J-I#L3��j  ��ro 'Uyocldeftd   -to  -tho Uso o-f  MOYIE, B. C  , | ASTERN CAMIAN EDITORS. |  J A  ���  ��� >  ���  ���  ���  .���. 0f articles describing  tSi; nvl their ai^ and  '       their influence.  NO. 15:' " , j  -  cHABLES   A. BARBER.  ,���������������  *��2  +����������������������������������������?��  CEYLON TEA���Be Satisfied���You have the Best.    But if "Fancy Free**' and  anxious for the purest tea grown try "SALADA"   at   once.     Sold   only In  Sealed Lead Packets.    By all grocers.     Never Sold In  Bulk.  RECEIVED    HIGHEST   AWARD   AND, GOLD    MEDAL    AT   ST.   LOUIS.  "  ' jMonViment*  o* Kara.  Throughout Korea a number of monuments are still standing which date  from the war of 159*2, when Japan Invaded Korea with 30,000 men. These  "monuments of ears," as they are  called, mark the burial places of 10,000  ears which were cut from the heads of  the' Koreans as -.trophies of victory.  1 here are many of these monument?  In Japan also, for some of these grew-  soiue relics were taken home by the  conquering army.  again toward the setting sun. He  pulled up stakes and struck out for  Winnipeg. For three months he  worked .on the Free Press, Canada.s  biggest daily, and afle5s.this preliminary western, canter-he .-started a career for himself by'purchasing the  Pilot Mound*- Sentinel ��� and its accessory business fourteen months ago.  ; in .that space of time Mr. Barber  has made' his .mark ,on the Sentimel,  and his manence felt throughout the  field- o-f 'its circulation. His , arrival  at Pilot Mound coincided with the  town's awakening from the torpor and  The Rhodes Scholars. ���  The Oxford correspondent of St.  James'-Gazette, regarding the first  term of the Rhodes' scholars, says it  is the general impression that they  have not much opportunity for distinguishing themselves because there  have been no, exams except those of  the pass schools. ,    '.*���*'  Iron  nnd  Copper Pyrlte��i  Although iron pyrites and copper  pyrites are difficulty tp distinguish underground by candlelight, they are  readily separated visually by the use  of the bluish white flame of magnesium wire or the acetylene light.        (i  The harder you cough, the worse  n *   the cough gcts.v  ,MR.. CH ARLES" Ay BARBER, y-  Wcrf  ��.e   Pilot ^oun^ Sentinel.  I  Sfcdloh's  Consumption  !Qare ���fi���* .;/..  Is  guaranteed  to cure.   If It  doesn't benefit'you, the druggist  will give you your money back.  %  prices: ' S. C. Wells & Co. 308  lT25c. 50c. $i    LeRoy. N; Y.. Toronto, Can.  JDHABira LINIMENT Cures DanflTBt  Canada Not Hurting Herself  The Globe,' commenting on Lord  Cecil's speech, says no one- is' asking  Canada to injure herself. Canada,,  having to import vast "quantities of  manufactured goods, wishes to get  them as far as possible from the motherland.       '    , A ,,     ,  " Wash grea*-y diihes, pol's'or pans with  Lever's Dry Soap a powder. It will remove the jtrca&e wit h the greatest ease. ,313  SIGNALS OF, DANGER.���Havefrou  lost your appetite? Have youut, a  coated tongue? Have you an C^apV/ias-  ant'taste in your mouth? Doefe-your  rf^adache, and have you dizziness? If  so, your stomach is out of order-and  you need medicine. But you Ydo not  like medicine. He that prefers sickness-to medicine mus>=^utfer,' but under the circumstao;<��_s_the' wise man  would procure a'^x^f^Parmelee'^  Vegetable Pills aitti speedily get him-  selt in health, an&'J strive to keep so.  .Last week's - Tattler' )��� gave a full  "page illustration showing /Lady Minto  and  her, family  "in their winter VCa*-.  na'dian furs."  .->!  w  I      that in uie ->y-    ,7hP old    'On  tins  V    ouch, sooner than in the Oi*        .    ?9  \hereas V1-,-?    ?i   UVured     On'    tlie  ��� "y ����Hh S-St  __j. oui-y s- pnergetio men are  -^sor and-more, enei-  ' .preu Pr��Snl��S thev would be con-  1    n    a oS'  lands-are. "lo    b.e  ' f"fin aU parts of Canada'and the  'CVtyik positions of the; greatest  "  SSs  iUtv, planuingyand 'directing  ' ' SriS oi colossal .magnitude and  ' '.gotSns enterprises of national im-  '     P��lUsfterefore only natural that, the  vow the'state  or  province    =the  vmuu��t is tbe   average   of, the men  ���jouaser ��,>���"��,,_ .   XevK England  VvoraiDMt tierein. _,.������,  ���*. states.mA the Maritime .P winces  ' and Ontario do. not offer to, young am-  'bltion'Ufe "sam.e opportunity as tne  West. sConservatisra ,creeps .into all  communities, and the .sympathies ot  the old settlements of the .New*-World  iave much' iu common with the oldei  civilizations. But the parties and tlie  Pacific slope yet remain, the undisputed heritage of youth and ability.  and there is to be found the true land  of opportunity for him who,fears not  to put his fortune and his manhood to  the test. ,  Journalism the world "over .is in a  peculiar" sense the profession of young  men, but nowhere are editors younger  than in some, towns in ."Western .Canada, which has been remarkable as  much for the youth as for the ability  of many of the. men .of the "*hfth es-  tete." A case in point is that of Mr.  Paries A. Barber, editor of the Pilot  lioimd Sentinel. At an age when  most newspaper men are reporting.  and most printers' ambitions would  be realized by>a foremanship.'he is a  newspaper proprietor: To .have  'achieved thus' much 'after seven years  Kwork is a record of which anyone  might well be proud. It is an accomplishment that speaks much1 for Mr.  Barker's energy and ability, and also  much for the country that offers to a  young man of the required characteristics such opportunities for ,self-ad-  , vanceroent. It is a record that many  another young, man , in the West has  duplicated In journalistic and other  fields, and one ��f which "any Western  Canadian can point with pardonable  enthusiasm.  Mr. Harbor is a British Columbian  by birth, having been born in the  beautiful village of Chilliwack in September 1S79. When four years old his  parents removed east, locating at  Wingham, Ont.. at the public school  of wheh place he received his education.  School davs over. Mr. Barber spent  tour years iii finding his aptitudes. He  "whatever came  along."  Gradual-  ���ethargy of vears.and the desire of its  citizens for civic unity and progress.  In ths'renaissance hone was as   helpful  as the new editor.   In the paper itself he  made many changes. , The makeup was  rearranged and  its  typographical appearance-Improved.  Indeed, as far as  mechanical care and < printing-taste is  concerned, ,1'e'w   papers   in the West  are superior- to that published at Pilot  Mound, and Mr. Barber's mtenwri is  to still further improve it, as deyelop-  ���ing  business     gives,    him', additional  means.-and'demands additional iacil-  ties.'    And,, the'   mechanical  improvement bf. the  Sentinel  has been kept  pace with by its news'columns   The  local vhappenings  are'recorded   with  brightness  and  interest,  as  to  make  "thev Sentinel  a welcome  weelclj, visitor' in  the'' homes  of  the  prosperous  farming   community   among   which it  circulates.   Politically the Sentinel has  nokallied*itself to 'any 'party, foi  the  reason that .there is hut one paper��� m  "tlie Mound," arid on' matters political  the policy -of the paper is 'to remain  neutraU .and   hold,.the   balance   even  Mr-Barber believes that the; heldol  'the' local paper 'is not'" the\discussion  of proScial'and   federal   te.nes.bnt  the 'recording- of Jocal news, and ��ur  comment  on  locai-and-general matters      *' . '       <V| i I  Turning from the editor <to��� the man,  a wS might be said.  -In all inspects  Mr Barber is a fine citzen,   nnd   the  representative of a type of which    no  country can havo too many. /He is^i  "snort" of the proper kind..*  He nan  dies a lacrosse stick in great shape,  and  is  captain, of .the  town  lacrosse  team, while at football he  "handles his  feet"  with  equal  keenness  and  skill.  Bv rligion he is a ^Methodist, and  is  pJJdSfot  the  Epworth League  in  Pifot Mound.    He    has    none of  the  "nanly vices/' for he neither smokes  nor" swears, and  is a total  abs^inen  \��: vet he is, unmarried.���but tnac,  it  [s asserted, is not the fault    ot , the  voung  lades of  the Mound  P will thus .be seen that Mr. tsar  ber is a many-phased and rcspect-  ���worthy man.-taking, an ac live mter-  est in social, athletic, public, and ie  lieious affairs. He is a good pnntei.  aggood edftor and a good.citizen anff  his earlv success may be*regarded as  but the earnest of the measure time  wu accord him as,the years passbj.  ' .A* BENEFACTION TO ALL.-^-The  soldier, the sailor, the'fisherman, the  miner, the rarmer* the mechanic, and  all who < live,'lives of .toil^apd spend  their-existence in the, vdull routine of  tedious tasks, and who1 are exposed to  injuries"'and ailments^ that those who  toil do not know;, will .find in Dr.  Thomas' Eclectric Oil an excellent  friend'and,benefactor in,xevery time  of need. '  '   rln After Y^ars.  Again the, village blacksmith stood  under the spreading chestnut tree.     ,  'Jingling the (joins in ghis pocket, he  spake": "E care'not,'who ..makes the  autos of the na'iiiou provided I make  the repairs."   "* /  ���* c^s '        ('  f'        ��il.i ������ ' '   '"   t  mmii Lifliment Gur^s Burns.^tc ���  ��� "He���I  understand" your  are ttaking  cooking lessons?    ���  v ,  Sho���Yes.  '   .He���How- are  you .getting  along?  Sh(5���Fine.   Not  a-single   case  for  the undertaker, so  far.        ���     o  Public Notice!  Attention1 is  called   to  tlie fact that  the  Ogilvie Flour Mills Company, Limited,  makers of Royal Household Flour, have for some  time past been producing flour in a vastly .  improved and 'purified form by the aidn of  electricity,,^and having secured' control of all  ��� , .the basic patents relating thereto, take this opportunity of'advising the public that any unauthorized users 'of the .electrical flour ' purifying  "   >processes will be prosecuted.,  "   The Ogilvie-Flour Mills Company, Limited,  o are  the only ..millers in Canada whose  flour is  purified by the electric process. ��� '"  _ ;   ,  -i   ,    - . *__   VnnrOrHintb U3 to be iold  on  arrival   or, afterwards, aa you may,  'SHI F3   JfA^GWedoartrtetl?C^imiBiion BurineM.  In which we have had  ��� Grain      ' * ��� g ' 416 ,Gra!n Exchange,  Commission. WINNIPEG,   MAN.  DONALD MORRISON & CO.  ran  RRItiMlliil  THE ANDREWS-GAGE GRAIN GO., LTD.  '<      ��� "��� ���    GRAIN" COMMISSION   MERCHANTS.     .     .       -    ,  We make  a  specialty of  low grade   wheat,";Write us before shipping. '.W.  '     will' show  how we-can" serve ��� you., < ,*>  References:���Any   Bank   ^'Commercial Agency.,< "'   IK1MIDFr ��� mA'n  '    GRAIN   EXCHANGE,  WINNIPEG,   MAN,  ' ( ,;. Mr. Just Suspended.0 ,  Owing to differences regarding administration at the>.Qanadian emigration office, Mr. W. Tv K^Preston '���has  suspended -C. F. Just, the chief clerk,  pending .inquiry. V <?.        A T  - i*<    i  r~ "      *  ..'KINJM LINIMEirr RdJCTB HEUnlflL  V ., ��� f  tt .Still, Smart   Enough,,   -'  ' Kerwin���I- guess - my   wife" thinks  I'm  a pretty-smart man.   ,,,       ,   ,'  ft  Merritt���What's   the   explanation?  ;   Kerwin���She admits that I am half  'as smart as she thought >I was the day  we were married. Yy      '        ----  --���,. F y ,-> r ,       .' *  T>0 N'OT -DELAY.���"SVlien,~"tarougn  debilitated-'digestive .organs poison-  finds its way into ,the blood, the prime  consideration is to get the poison out  as rapidlvand as thoroughly as possible. Delay may mean disaster Parmelee's Vegetable Pills will be lound  a most valuable" and effective medicine to assail the intruder with They  never fall. They go at once,.to the  seat of the trouble and work a permanent cure.  THIS GREAT KNGJCISH BfiMKBY,  TESTIMONIAL fromi the1, late SIR S'AIC-  ,UEL BAKER. th�� famou. Nile Exp or.r.  "Newton Abbot, ' Devon. Dear, Slr�����I  have delayed my think* ����� I J*"1"6*,,*?  test th*. effect of B&ir'. Pill, by e. ��utK-  cient interval of  time.    '- ,      .',;._  ^'For ten years I had mflered acutely  from*Gout ��nd life had lost It. -.ttraj-.  ilon owinK to thy uncertainty of healthi  and sudden visitation, of th. enemy  which prostrated me for months, or weeK.  Iccordinff to the virulence of the attacks  "Blair". Pill. hav. rendered me immense  .ervtce,   af*   I' no   lonR.r   f.ar   an   attacic  �� "For -'the   'last, twenty    month. I a��.r.  been  comparativel_y   free,<*a��   on.   or   two(*  attempted   visitation,   hav.   been   lmm.a-  Thomas Law.  SHIP "YOUR  GRAIN TO  William  Law.  We.handle grain strictly on .commission. Highest^ P^*& g  -able, liberal advances. , Trades carried on margins m^lnmpeg futures.  Correspondence solicited.'        '   '   " GRAIN EXCHANGE, -Winnipeg.  i        < i  r-  iately  stamped  out by th.  assistance  Blair's Pills  of  -'Truly your.  (Signed) :S��nl'.' W: Balc.r.  Lvman Son. in Co., MontreaK and,Toronto; Tii. Bole.DruK Co., Winnipeg; and  M��xtln, Bol. t'Wyimi'Co., Win��io����.  Monks Get ,New* Piano.,  A. Milan (Italy) despatch says that  King JSdwRrd has just presented the  monies of the Great St. Bernard Monaster with a magnificent piano, to  Jlplace one given them by Queen  Victoria half a century ago.  ���Wwtimfmu\,a  -ESTABLISHED   GRAIN  COMMISSION   MERCHANT  IN  WINNIPEG,     i  .," '     -     Consigner "grain to me andSet prompt* service,' careful^ attention,  i'and highest market-prices. ^ -_  *"~  I am the Oldest  Reference:   UNION   BANKOFcCAN/  ��� Z5FI1MV,    ,i3oov  1        Ij L O S  ��S"  <i  "GRAIN"   JAS-'RICHARDSON & SONS.   "SRAIN"  ,,    p. 6.*Box'629;'WINNIPEG, MAN.  *;*���    i,    >i  RHEUMATISM   CURED.  Jas.  McKee,  Linwood. Ont.  Lochlin McNeil. Mabou, C. B.  John A.  McDonald, Arnpnor,  C   B. Billing, Markham, Ont.  '   .lohn Mader, MahoMe Bay,, y *>.  Lewis S. 'feutler, BiCrin, Mid.  ���ihese'well known gentlemen  assert ,.that they were cured  MIXARDIS LINIMENT.  Ont.  \\  \  C. P. R- Buying Steamships.  The C. P. H* has placed ordeiswith  the Fairfield Shipbuilding Companj  o Glasgow for three steamers oflarge  tonnage capable of high speed for  their Canadian trade.  Turbine Liners Leave on March 23.  It is definitely decided that the new  -Ulan turbine liner will leave Livor-  nool tor Halifax, N. S.. and St. John,  N B on March 23. and tho Virginian  will leave for the same ports April 0.  May Continue the Rate War.  \ circular has been issued by the  Canadian 'lines ^%.��^t^l  the rate war is not settled bj the ena  ot Januarv passengers booked m advance at /higher rat.es will be taken  at the  present, low  lares.  MARCH-WELLS GRAIN CO.  X^, ��aBk i*a Wta.ipjj.oM ^^   orain BXCHANOaj BLDQ-. WINNIPSO-  did  ]J' 1111* mind became bent toward  newspaper work, in which he 'saw a  Wl*le field for originality, brightness  an'l stircoss.  ft T\as   in   the   Wingham   Advance  that Mr.  Barber  commenced .his   c;<-  ��� Teer.as a newspaper man.    For three  .... Tsars he remained there, at -first un-  'wMr. Corayn.Yasid  later  under the  f��m. proprietor. Mr... Hall.    In 1900 _  *e'fJok a positbn in the job office ol  c"p. Heel  &  Co.. London.    He   had  J��tbeen long in London 'when he was  �����Iwe(l and accepted the' foremanship  '��f the    Lucknow    Sentinel,'    and for  '5ree  years    he   broadened his   held  2 Ol>servation and trained  himself in  l,fte technique of newspaper work un-  y Mr. ,'James Brvan, the able editor  ":r t-t-at! paper.   , Mr. Barber's , three  pars' work h Lucknow were largely  Instrumental in developing the  (liiuli-  "es that will determine his career.    He  nimself is, a flrm believer in the fact  am*  Rot  abilitv alone,  but  character  tby ability. :are .necessary for a suc-  yessfnl editor, and the young foreman  b1   he   Sentinel   displayed   while   in  ������wcknow those qualities of manliness,  '���ri}estness    and    conscientious thor-  "Shness that  gained  him  the  confi  iBroochl  [lence  1 sy*-stomers and the communitv  .Dee        ���- the   West,   where   he  had  and  respect of the  office., and  .   -itomers  In 190;5 the  bom,    beckoned    Mr.    Barber  Losing your hair?   Comme |  out by  the  combful ?   And  doing nothing?   No sense.. m=  that!     Why   don't  you use  Ayer's   Hair   Vigor   and  0     '������ *er v&  promptly stop the falling?  Your hair will begin to grow,  too, and all dandruff will disappear. Could you reasonably expect anything betterr  L\>y  all right.  | 51.00 �� bottle.  All drueeist*  '^Vb^omo^uV^j, ci.  J. C. ATXK CO.,  Tx)wflll,    Mft��i_  Thin��llair  v.  <--.  n  Always useful and  certainly beautiful,, a  brooch is never amiss  as a. gift,  No.   n6Sj "J.;'-.   fin��   OM'  Brooch with U.amo^ ���centre..  ' The pric. i" remarkabU  at  Ju.oo.  Distance is no obstacle to satisfactory  dealings with our  house. Write for  mail-order   catalogue.  '  "DIAMOMD HALL"  o  Made big enough for a big  man to work in with comfort  Has more material in it than  any other brand of shirt in  Canada. Made on the  H.B.K. scale it requires 39 #  to d.2 yards per dozen, whereas  common shirts have only j2  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 39#  to 42 yaids of material per  dozen, s  Sold at all dealers but onlj  with this brand:-���  HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.  Montreal       Wlnnlptfi       Dawsta  VEGETABLE SICILIAN]  _��..��-.������ -��� lair Reeewer  K the Mr srow tone ���d.rih"7_2nd ffiXay����S  If it is a Question of Warmth use  E.B.EDDY'S  BUILDING PAPER  It Retains Heat and Keep* out Cold.  Write   for   Samples   aad Prlo��s.  TEES & PERSSE,  Limited., Agents, Winnipeg.  \  Unsatisfactory. *  Over���I understand the nroduction  oi "Whi&hfs rural drama has been  postponed. ,  JMver���So? What's tho trouble?  Gvcr���One of tho '-ens in tho barnyard  scene objected  to the  sia'-u-setting,   I  believe.  MOM'S mmmi fir sale Erermerv  Gloom   Dispelier.     '  "'Mir  she sighed.   . "I  seem   to be  Riled   with   glooms that   cannot bedis-  Pe^(3hf don't despair." he rejoined.  -Lat-r on; when radium gets, cheaper  you can. swallow .a small piece.  Superfluous Hair  x'moTtl by th�� N��-k Prln��l��U  No one need fear -.holera or any  summer c mplaint if they have a bot-  he of Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery  Cordial ready for use. It correct? al  looseness of the howels promptl^ul  causes a healthy and natural action  This is-a meduine adapted tor the  voung and old. rich and poor, and is  i-apidlv 'beebming the most popu ai  medicine for cholera, dysentery, etc..  in the market.  O  ���lectrolyilf, X-r*y or depiUtorlw *r��  o��Fer��d you on 4h�� b��r�� vor�� ol tb��  opor��tora and manufaoturer0. D B  MIRACLE if no*. Ib��"th�� onlymtbhod I  which ia indorsed by physicians, vox- \  geons, dermatologists, medical journals  and prominent magasines. Bookies will  will be oon�� fro* i�� plain; wtoA  envelops.  Your money back without question if  ift.fails1 to do all that is claimed fot it.  DB MIRACLE mailed, e��nl��i^l��  plain wrapper, or* receipt) of $1. y^ftt*  for it to-day to DB MIRACLE OHKM-  IOAL CO., 5W QtJB-w ST3iw Wan,  ToboNTO, or  ���wssn*      TORONTO, ONT.   The Dominion Government has demanded a full investigation into suspected  bogus   ballots.  Will   Not   Be   Published.  The' Army   Journal,    a    publication  which   was   definitely'   announced   for  January is not to be published at all.  4. o  K!)  It  ,1  attire  Isjirmntw iM"<iir'nn��miin".rii��TTT ri--rn"-r'���rrm-TT-T-rTiTnrr~--~~-'V"*^1"''^  ^7"���r-      r- --     -   -      *"  *   ���     l.  ^-J^B^t^^*y^^wcwCT^tJ'~^^-,' "tJ^iwu-tt*a'reiMriri|ffli��M'>'i��  �����* -A. :\  \\l  '(Yt  ititi > iiiiniii  ;*?nblisu��3d in the interest of the people  of Movje and East Kootonay. -1  "O*. J. SitYTHt & CO.,    -   -   -    Publishers.  H 4.TES OF S\JB3CRirTIOJ��.  ijaa *,*.'ii.  ...;*?.oo  SATURDAY-. '��� JANUARY 7,  1905.  The backcapper and vilifier ��� in. a  'cotomtsnity in -time ceaeea 'to bo, a  'dangerous*n��au; he siuiply b'ecomeeau  'obuoxious oue.    -        '  Mi-ay u man ,weut lb bed New Years  "-li-i^: Icoi'iug line and dandy ,��uid' woke  u�� noxt' morning .'feeling   good   and  -pieaiy.       -'���,',  ,   ; " Are You'Prejudiced?  '     ,. '   Can- Yon Be Convinced?  ���' ��- ' ������   ���  ,    Some people think tlipy c*innotu��nd :;��� ��r,-.f, class*. Iljug Store     '  �� '     without going to a largo wwn.    If you art* one of these    j,        ' <*���  ,   '   '    iconic vou a\n be convinced .that t^ere  ig  a first  ' , , -el-ife L>rn<c Klorc in Moyie by calling at the  .���'.  *    ' ���.*,*'.���    ���    . ���: ^   ��� '*  .1   O. Drug: and Stationery, Store,,       <"        ' ,, .  ���.' ,. / \ !.: .W.t X .ATCHISQNw;f'"' y ^ "  Prescriptions rpai:efu J ly propared.     '    *        y        --   ,/'      *PhoprhStob.  -*���        - i    " -i     -  ,V*  i t       - '   ' .  1 '/J  I V  ireot3 every Monday-.evr.iung in, their  hall on Victoria street. Sojourning  OddnEpUowt-i cordislly^nvited.' 'y   ,.  ,,  ' 0. a". Foot;:,      a     , P. ,J. Sjsxth,,^  ��� ��� - -,,    *.-���  ^  NobJe Grand:  -,        ''2*3  Secr'y.' "  wmnrtax^nTftnttht-m r-> n  NclaouV municipal tjleuiion tfil1- be  ':; 'held next Thuraday.'aud it, is,, dollar*  ','   '    io duuguuuUs that 'Johu" -Houbtou  will  'b'3 bloctud,  Moyie ��� Miners?y Union  No; 7!I-wJf. of M,     ,  , * (���  Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday* evening. ..-Sojourning , members  Ure' cordially invited to attend,  '   y    ,  *  \   v !���" ���*  John" McDonald, ,:   -*���   R, Temby,.  ,.  -o.i.'.r.-i..^     '     . . '       Secretary  Saw, Planing' and :Lath,Mills. Jki  *~ '        /     04-V C i* \. J \   \ > t J (  President,   ,i  , pecrq  Vj^iu>^c^^��nta^Trwig��nMi^JiJ^iJ^��JJe��gsKy��gx����a  ( -  i   ' ,        >  f  ';:�� TWeiity-oue persons ''were- baptized  "-c, ^o'bribimtts day in tlie WatorB of Tieaver  ��� ���",- '' lorttk'pi flar/over;A>:,.afteA-an-Oiieii-  rv   'ing Iiad; boon made ..through-'ice -jpiue  ',,' 'ii'(ciierj;tbick. *   '- 'fI'\y '    /' y  y    'Oh'tt^iberUiu's bough keniddy tho'Best  ' ,."   ��� ��� '     .           \   IMa.de.  "v./ .j      ' \,  "t , *   ,       ��� ��� ���    i.                 *      ���             '���  ?��� ,   "in ��� my i 'opinion'' ; Cham^erlaiu^  ���t\y Jougfi Jloi'iikiy is the 'besC   ma'dejor  .f" "' ooiub" 'saya   Mrai-Obra^. Walker',.of  ''''" "Porterville;.. Californikf   There -"itr'no  < ddubt aboiit/il's "being   the/best, 'Jo  ������        - * i  ��� .   Everyone needs giaesk xvhoise    i  -'eyes are'not perfectly/oenssed ��� 'j' .  '" for ^seeing distant objects*; -.or'- "|  '^ easily adjcstable for near -Work", '^'j  1 \y;e can give yon perfect 'algl^*,' [ I;  :'o *��^ >=ta'-2oa 'Uyeglasses' pieaca ,  jj  |     tbepar'ticnlar,    '       ''   '   *'   '   '  \'Gratlu;ite OptloJifiiijyOraiibrooIc*   S.'!|  ,  ., *- .<,.       *    v * yy . * ^,..    "-y��  ;L niXoti/tTor-* ���'���!.'-;3.CrO to visq   ft-  .S^ T-AolaVfwM        r,.50.to'<     '.fO  B  l35nssrwft��, J'rfcm ^.C>,0   to       ' ���>'->    Q  li-s.--c-n.iAt. ll V��� v'"- n.J,C,.,f rj,i'y. Kfe-<��i)ee.pi  If ���-.it-'I'-.i'lliit.-'-iYic'.-i''�����**��������� '-i-jU ;n,nf,l'. V 4l> lfi"-��"r*iU  t) '    ,,.,-,   .....    !, ,.,,, IJi��i-*, .4!   Ij.  t'���:,"/;riii'<1 {a  5| ij.t*,-j I '.* l.3?-'   wic-t1- ��� "0 f,.- ,y-*r(' i'i*,.Ji,r,'-jtf n.i�� H  ���A   ,   y           r':;;.o, r,oxl'',ooi       i     ,t      �� ,& >  '.^'..-J..1'.....// -J.  * ,-,;,-.w,-,',w-J  vi- *. <vi,n t!t;i* a bold ab 'quickly. . ;Wo ,���-. . ������y--���y-yy--rrr-y\i  ^      '    7,'  '4'-���^ .r^peMtf,rueu   ^ '.. y    y^U^f |l'Lf|p^  ~;i:,    "^aioAo fiakfc. . These' are *' good  rfeaaon's  'i|\ yyv-hy it, should , be   preferred    to anj;  '!'      other. f The fact is that few people; are  '/���"    'aatisfied with any "-other   after 'haying  r,   'once'use'djlhi's remedy.   Jor   sale* by  \   ,   YV. J. Atcbisou,."     v "   ' ' -  Mim*��fK99K#nm  VUOULU A? J��*'*,iJ^..s'>a  '���   '     MINERAL ACT. ,'"". .''  (Ki *- '  (FORK 3?.)  cfw"  '  i ,  .  ���   Certificate of vlMPROYEi>JEOTa; ',  - '"* /'Mountain Goat and Minion, Mineral Claims  -1    , Situate iu'the Fdrt Steele  Miningj/TDivialon , of  '���- ",svSn8t'KooleTiay'Difitrict.,   ' -A     -.    _m  i,   - v  Wlle\-<k iorVtwl':-fin"p"rn?>. sidc'ot lo wSr Movie  '   y *    >UjiilJtG *    *~ *     j    *���   .,\ ^  ;      .TVlO!TJi)Ti0K*hitrThbs.T.'McVltUe ^  ^  '���   '   �� No T}73ii6aq8ntforTboSt' Etigeuo   Moun-  <     '  *- <S,w*i -^te3i*Lbaited��of  Koslo '  B.  C.���Frce  '  *���     .3_inor'3 0ertlflc��,to��fc, B.   7SB21.   intend, sixty  '    j'Uys Ironftlie datoilievdilf, to'apply.to the, Mln-  ���xne Heoorrtor Ior a Certlflokto di Improvemont*.  u     .       ,for the purpose ot obbSninB d'brown  Grant ol  <     "tlie-aboveclaiia. -   . '  ���   Ana futlior'take  notice  tbet  action, Juidee  ���paction '37,    must be commenced before the  < 'issuance of aicUCof.iflcato of Improvements,  Dated thin 24 th day of Nov: A. D. 1501. *  S. TKOS ��. JIOViTTTE.  ,.' I*  -'XSSAYBJflf^ :\y'  u��� ^��* ������ j  SBLSON}'  "; > b: o.  f 'JET* ���&  MOYIE-AEBTE TS��6s8B5  ileets 'Every ^Wednesday a'J 'S X5. M.  r   ''   ', ; : TV/, <���'. ^    ;    ^  E..A.HILL,   -.-. X H.'OIAlVVKIS,   .;  C.WoftliyPreH.;.'  fs '*.Wo*jI}iy' ScWy.  ,";<���*,-        J 1    '*��� '    . , _ii  l��raitw*aj*!,v^t*-Ji^.JxJ5ft=fiisqaci^3ii*ftcrcaiuiiu;,|p|irii?I.^^^Krx-i^^   ��� -; * -���**��---������*��n* ���-���*, -���* -���' ���.���  -    ... t , *        . ._ '    .,  i' f  i        i     r, / i' ' '*> , , i^f*  $V'      -^MiBr";*^-0^161^ of ftn(i deaiers in' all kjgda of Flooring, Ceiling, ��^  ���yK Siding/SbiplajS. Oommon'Boards, D^men^n, finish and Lath.'    v ^I\  '/Ifc Prdmnt attention to v/holeea!e*and retail orders, /ii  b M. '        '" '      ^  '      ''      'f        '.'   '      .-' ' '' - " '  '-i-i'-        "'    '    ''    ;'       ���/    ';',   Ai, -       y     y ,  1 ' i        ' A.    ��� '���   i '  i'"-'  MyWib^  U4o  ;    '".'i'V.ifc F.r/ogjvsiori /  **   -      r*   *<.i,- '   ���       V-J^fi  Jjy ��� " ^ S '     'it M* ���' > ' -'       ' '       ' " ^  fr'Stiis :HcJtel is MV'W weli. ^araislied< Thd    " ���  S -   " ,Ttoles^re/8upplied with ;the Best the  |, ��,' MArKetWords. The Bar .is Eilled-with |.  I,:: i, t^eBest Brands oi^mquors and,Cigars. |  l'"':   Tl' '&ADQUARTERS^FOR--(COMMERCJAL-''''   /  ';"^,CJ  ���"     " ' f       "    ?' 'AND.MINING MEK ;. ,/ ' y 7 /_,'; "  SK1TISIZ OOtOMBXA  '    ���'   ir '     *" " ., y    l    a! JI  .    . iesal8,.Wine  ' "'andV Spirit Merchant': ��� M.  BBS'. K1F6:7 & - MILEB,  Will bc'ih'Moyie'iKh of (Jaoh month*.  OranJaro'Qfc '   '^ -* B5 G  ytegaatw^fwWi'^Ma  ^3ag^^r^���W?v^r^c��*J���*:t*;a^^^^  "11  'IS  'George H. Thompson,  ,  �����  'j  *   S  Btl^Joseuh's'-; 'Conyeiif.'  "*;* ;!;-'*���; kNEi,so^u>5c.v " ' ���/�� - ^  *'*jioardingvaridJ3a/,5ohoo^'C(mductS'"  "ed by the Sillers of Si. Joaepb] Nelson,  B 0. ��� Commercial -andp Vnqiness  courses ,a spocialty. JS-=cellence- and  swift progres6'lcharacteaize each department. -Parents .should vjrite Jnr  particalars. One month tfseurrs tbe  public of the tliorougbness of the  Sisters' methods bf teaching. Terms  fr.mnn.nce .lonnarv, 'April ^nd Sept.  Vnwl** .">������-' iiiim^.^cl d-.-'n*: i.*n-  Agent for .Calgary: J3rewing"Co.Ja     l  I '*-!'' ', IO       ,  -"Beer,'Ale.and Porter.  7-/^-, :;^r'��.a" .���     -7"   it,v"  y>  tii.  BASKISTtan, SOLlCiTOS^ Ko-'  -   fcary r.optio, &o./ "    !,  CK^IS BS.OOK i      British, Oolu aniiA  -      f���  TJ< ����� I*" '  r .--ml. .-1 LUJ1U  * -    r  BUY -YOUR  iSS''"'"'"?"*]' (iTS:  "':��^-Hay'arid'Grain;1''""  ���    ^>  ,    , ,        ,.  ;;' ^2S"ES2FS  'tssn_i  - '   MINEfiAL ACT.  i  k-   -   ' (c'ORM  FO  '.CEETIFICATB  OIT IjIl'nOVEKESTS.  NOTICK.  *'   Moyie Frvtlon,   Sr, Elmo,   St.   .VnthouV,   St.  Ciiar-'f. Cando I'raotion, FraDuivola, Foust, ot.  ^nul Mineral Claims hit.liile in ttiefforc otce.c  Viiua? Division of East Kootenay  District.  - Where Located; Oh   the East  side o�� lower  "Moyio La'te.        " '    '       >iit   _, _r  .L.    1 JOHN HtTOinSON,  Tate notice thai" I Thos. T. McYittic F. M. C. l*<o.  B 73710 agent lor the St. Eugene Mountain  ���Mine* lanmed of Kaslo B- o, Froe Miner d  ���Oc'tiflcatu Ko.,E.7So21, intend, sixty ciays* nom,  the ton hctcol. ��� to "PV^y to1 the alining  Bccotdii lor a Uemficatc of Improvements, lor  ��� be puiros^ oi obUuniiiB^ Crown Grant oi the  above flftlm.. '        ���    '''=���_  a���o fiiiL*r lake notice    that  uction.    under  YoroAin :\?A   'iAsryy^lc \'<y.^, inii.ors  f-X.] a\ t*j ;-* :iJJiC'H .  *<  is again located in Cranbroi.K y.mA.   w  1rprepared to write insurancf*.  buy  and'^ell slock, and do n   gan-  '     '< eral brolcerago buaincsu.  Craabroolt.  A.. B. Stewart ^ Co.  *  *   ,     AQKNTS IPOB t  KOOTlW?^y   STZA'^l  1la_uindiiy.  e -5 ;3 & y. t ;.? - '^ M ^.-f ? it*^ ^ r f, t;i s * fi   ^ Progressiye ^  f/'Gompany   in ���-���Oanadas ^'  j *  *r -' * * r  Confederation  ���    '   ,   ��� *>   y  -        * ���  '  ,   "    (HEAD OFFICE TORONTO.)*  ���^  h      '   -" Issues the'moBl up locate Ineurance. contract.   It io aD -free  |   from coSditWna ao'tbo air yod breathe.  -Whyf we/also; guarantee   *  I'you'profitso/the policy.   Ask fo'r parUoularn on thia Contract;,,,   '    ,���  you^profits  .I *.  : policy.  i  f '  and iSAKESY  ?Jc*,.'i!'  aor Sale  ��*&&��  le Shore-Hotel  M. J.  Proo;  Dated tins aliU day 01 iso.i A. JJ.   l* ���  THOS.T. iicvriTn?.  K>  MINERAL   ACT. ' (  (FORM V.)  OBiaXi'ICATE^OF. IMPEOYEMBHTB.,  NOXIOJS.  ; LCkeaide j-'raotiou Mineuvl Claim, Bltuato ,ln  the .-ut cscete iliniuK JJiviaion oi Bust Koote-  U^n��fwciwd:   oacartbldeul low Mojle  "^AKi; .SOCUJB. Hint I, Tho*. 'f*. ^f'1'^.^  ^uu��.iu ...nts jLiii.a-.uot lva-,lo, tf. o. i u.  WiUUS        ^-lllLLUlC    JNO.    ^'*f'      " l,11'*,  iohiuJ: p^^*�� ��i ow*Lu.��tf u v.i����u i..����i oi(  "l-itiTae  nouce  mat aU*o*>, u.uior ]  ^vi.-OLaoaUbLU^Ji xunnovi-iueuw. I  ij>i'i-i.'  U\^. ^J'li 'J'^J  ,-'1 ���i>,<-'V-., 1*'W-  ;  . lliOs. i. MO\U IJii  Comfortable Eooma and Ooocl  Board  at'Eeasouabls Prices.  ��� * i **  First Class ��� JSLcoommo-  datiQBS for miaerb,  MIDKiaHT eUPPEE SEUVED#  'v*.*.*1'   Bi'ih Ro'iiuij.  Ia 6'i'OIsS Binklijig.  Fir*��t" Ciflss  Work.  , a   t*v      '^"Kf A W^T-TTST  ' A, Li. - JC. JA A A jS-AJJ-Ai  Twelve JL��oaves $1.  ",     -BEALE & ELWpLL;, -, -  '    '      ''���'      '.'     '"���'' Aeentsl'Cranbrook,  .   *"     6 ' . * , '<: \  1  11 ��� MBL��ILliiE  r * ** ^ %    r      ff* *'        ^  '?   *   ���     *  ���, J  General Agent,- Nelson.- <  ���a?      J^'.��  i !���*���  �����        ��� *���       ���^���r j-* -^ -^-*  ���> -^ V* O-.i ^VT-**  K.   T.  1x0 W'.&jzii--',   x-roiD.  yTCTy^j^jL_u M'tfw ������r.T:j^i2^fr-'t-��-r^c^.- ���   FOK    FI^E   TAILOKl^i    CO    TO  Vj^-'  6  B9��^we��rnps^s(u��a\'*��**��^  Cl  f K^-b -e��  ^Ji.  AliL" THE   TIM.  by u&ixa  f ���! -"I "   m *7 1* 3   ft   ii  MBSCHJ5JSTT   TAILOSt  Fin*?   Suitings, ' Overtoiling  Trou3era,   Imported    Goods.  MOYIE  _J-^^=-.~�� p^^-y��j.cy    c     �� i  SB^D YOUK 'OB-DBRS  '   * TO5 lis    -<  For all ldudB of sheet metal -works in-  ? UOOtoci.;   FURNACE '  HEATTNG, ,'   BLOWER  PIPING, STOCK POTS, etc _  We also  handle a   full   line   of "Mc  MtoClery's Famous  Stoves,'   the  best, in the market.  PATMORE BROS.  cranbrook:. b- c^  MOYIE,  rit'.jb Oolaiubii  rjjETX'VrSMJKSSS'"  COSlfiOPOLiTAI-J  ������.(ijioj;.  -iiuuLL Jli-u^afi1-.   ttoiXs  i,.r   l.U.i'ii-*ri..n   to  puiwwe iw t> �������.��.. oi IttiHi,   moo   ��ir    t��.   i��  .^L.iiU,li.cM.ii.i'J��l  piauica  ui  U)o   o.   iu  wrJttu '������*   i" Uiai-��L'��".\. li. OOruer ' ami  ruuu  ���twJui*   'caauib,    UJ.nccliuy \Y,wV^j^.   lo  .Utasnob i.u'.-i.n "iouh- f.110!.-.-  oi- yi'iyi*-. J-':^'- lH  Onr aim ia to please patrons  Good  draft and   bottled  b*72r  a 1 way3 on h.uid.  JOE NrEDEr.LVi'A^'J , Pi-op.  .^^n-U&J-1'*'*-** *J  TITE-  Lar-o   srunpl*)   ruur:i   iu   connection  I with lioues It. commcrci-',] "��fJ-si,   J5tst  ol accommodation".  l-ei'i'i'-Yi^' "-*-   i �����'   l '-'*-! '  in'-rcia1. iiuu iJIzuif. i'Jen.  We must make room for new goods, and nre offering  >        .     a0me snaps in Carpets,   Go-carts    and   Furniture.  A BIG- OHANOB To Buy Cheap. -   _^    |   p x m  Cranbiook,  (FUNERAL  DIRECTORS.)  *      , 11 *    ���  British Columbia.  Boaitic>. 'r:icoiiia  '"*;]; MS.  i Pacific  Cflast Joints  t  ��* .d��;:j   ^^,'-'...0   ;.!&v*'   j(o;"k  |Otj        I    utl!; l/i>U��yA i i. ^.   >  wMKftwwnnw.wjir,.  :<:oyik, p. c.  ra* q>, V f] (***���  is 'J  *���"*, .d"} f^'1 ul  ti 3  - *; iT   *\ 7m fT'T*> nOTf  Wholesale Wines, li$&'  I  and CigwSr  WritiEl? OoJ.uml?ia;  Y...T)  j j.0iji:. j Ai..: Ai-1^ AX . AIL  ri?.".-?,r"'H./:  1^1 JTTit-Cl ���' V  1 i-V...ut-  md TviMi-t   f"ic?r<--s,   ^n^-l  ':      DinlnJ;' .c>iir>..'���    ~-Iui.b  ."'a Ln Cafl-c.    ������'  *:*���, .'���-'.'  ,!-  t y ��� i^;. C*  W;  ;i'  '"?������  .eats  W-  . ���". S"  ii,r.-.'. c"-   f'.  TJ  .  f-",��.s��v.--.   iiurivi.;     rit ti. cai'j o.-.-ci* :.i",u., j-.��3j.��       w ^. -      / -..  I       r*,h  r-ir��   p-,I   'Av.l'rv.    We  ���    ,   ��� -j  * *-. . ���  ]    " supply only:''>bu  l,3at, .   Your  tr&dtj ooliciled. Y      ' '  j:i    %=sf<  N   '    "      ft//  Kmiii  ���-'��� ���* ?���  ,.,!.  !f>;  ^:"  iciiml  i."i;  \cKSJ-A  r.j.,-')rm  ���cut  ���y     i.. '��.'*- -'v- '-.*  ,'j.U.i.i:  J.-. A'.'-*:'.  ;.i_,li.^/u-.  ur \,'rn  i��^i:  j /*>' ! W,VV'^"-? *^-  Yl  W* i  iH-'  r��5.i^<��;i^  -luoc-tiO'^cry. ��'���  B��00'  Op "a  --. 1 ���,-  ;f at  ���r  i\'i  ���urc: Tobaccos..  'iOandics,  Etc-  ;0A\X AND y>P' T,f  J. V J.U.lv  ^','.  .u ^c .^.^  I ].li'.  r<si:  Mi'-)'

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