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Array f       ''  'I        ''.<1  J  ( *  '.*>V--. -  ' >     *\  ���,"     /Vi  ' /.  ���IV  Jfj ,f!fl'  MQYIE, B.C.. JANUARY 28^90?.  ��v    * ���- ff ** ���' �� _- , . ,   ... 1...���^.������   $3 A-YEAS'  I  A.  The Japs, are taking:  tfock at. ibrt  Arthur  VJ        '-V   " *" Vr    .��"  ���.'   '.    '    '        "^ '���  We" are stock tja^in^  frere*  ���I  ODHSERYtT.  SWEEP ONT.  Liberals Get It in the  -���rt  oi one a  flt\ JW is em$v  iii,        >   1    *. ���" ���;-...,     feet in;  Twento-Eighjt Boats Fprmer-  ' ly Held bv Liberals Now,  "'in.hands''of Tories; \''  ,.       .    .      . ... ,t r.  .  ���" <V .  IFlY  " '   "       '   ^^ at* ^-'���*^_  I   1  r   J  '���Tho Roan government   in   Ontario  went down ' to   disastrous   defect   on  Wednesday. ' At moot trie liberal party-  will have only 25 members in' the  new*,  legislature 'and''some7 estimates" place  the number at 25, ' So .far  ,as can, be  learned tlio ne\Hiouse wflj "consist  of  72 cbnservatiyea and, 26' liberals'. ' The"  conservatives gained 28 seats held" by  the'liberals in  1902-aiwl 'the"liberals  .captured three-only--from   the, tones-  Premier Ross barely, 'escaped' defeat  only securing a majority of 30 in Weat^  Middlesex.   One   of  the surprises of:  the campaign'wa*3 the election', of'/two  liberala in Ottayva.''    ���'     -        '��-  ���'   ThVdefeafcolthe Ross   government  occasioned  no  surprise , here",  though  such a complete :snov7ing under' had  not'been looked for. ���  '   It is too early 'yet to announce what  steps premier Ross will lake,' but it   .is  understood that he will retire as quick-'  ly as possible'and make' Way �� for   his  successor,?. &.\yhilney. ���    .  -t  --   ' , , ���_ ���r-   ;,  L 0. 0. F. Ball,  *���* -      ���'   ' *���  ;  The -fifth annual ball of the Moyie  lodge .,.'of Oddfellows waV * given'- last  nifiht and -was a very- plesant social  event.'- The ��� committee in charge  worked faithfully/and there was nothing left .undone to make the affair a  success.'" The decoration of the hall  was yery pretty, especially the em-'  blemJ p'nd mottoes of the order which  hiir% above the platform at the- b-fead;  of tie hall. ''The three links and 'the  Friendship,'', Love- and Triithf   r -presented on a-.|V>i"md work/2-6  feet in length and three and a-half feet  in width.   It was made by' Mr.  Webster Burton, and his artcistic, piece  6f  work' ��� was    commented ''-upon' very  favorably,   Mr,;'. Howard /served   an  excellent supper. '.'The' grand   march  was led, by 'Past Grand "C.   A." Foote  and hiis wife,'and".Vice" Grand  P. "T.;  Smyth qftioiated as master'of'ceremonies during, the evening.'- The'weather  was disagreeable which, accounted 'for?  the crowd' not -being* so ;laTge''*ati; il'  would, 'ottierwise b'ave'been,' but (there'  we're plenty for tbrs" size of -the'-'hall ahdj  there was ho , -jamming' 'or -'crowding. "  '��� ��� .   -   ��� '    ' ���-   '   ''-���-.  1ft  Jx, ��JL1 Varieties, and prices -fjjf  9*  gmall Souls,  �� There are a few Wall souliJ even in  Fernie, says .tho 'Free rVess'.- ��� At-the  Watson/ show on' Wednesday night  were'several holders pf-'complimentary  geat checks. IT^f - a , dozen of-these  presented their checks with the others,  at- the 'ticket : office, "and reoeivtd  money for'them. -'The ^company' was  'therefore out $3. The company was  unable to go 'on witti the show that  night owing to some of the members  being sick.  ', oGpldiiiff JSTot, Q-uilty-.' ���  ';. ;-������-.."     ~^��-i u' ,v'��1.'"  -��� The C.P. R- .detective 'in  arresting,  on'suspicion Geo. Golding in contf'ec2-  tion.with the , robbery'' at', Oolemf n is  likely to 'have, go'tibn. liis emblo>ers  into a peck of -tronb'le a's'G'eorge is-  more than likely to outer suit 'against  that" compa-ny    for     damages.*, The^  grounds   upon  -which'   Goldihg'was'  arrested'were 'eo absurd-that the 0. P.s  , R. 'should be "made ' to .t pay   for' thsir  mistake.���Blairmore Tim'e's.  ��� "  i        i    **  ���'  .-The St. 'Eugene0  "An important ���,' strike has been  * recently made in'the No. 4 tunceV U  the St. Eugene mine 'in 'the'-600 foot  level'., "This'is'orte of the fevr working  in'the mine in which there-was no ore  until now. The ore' body encountered  ���s said'to be 'Vjuiet art' e*ft^usive= one,  'and 'already 20,0'tons;.pf 'concentrating  ore has been,taken',' out.    '-      >   vr   /  ��� .{ji'VJk'V v  LOCAL NEWS,,  .CrestonW   three   cases .of. diph-  r.   . ;     -",) '       *  ���  thena. ��� ��� ' ���,  -"metal market.,  J\    New   YoaK-^-Bar "silver, 61$ cente'\  Lead;?-Jc.2Q. A'Zino (spelter') $4.75;,   ,; ,  '   L'ond'ok���Lead, ��r2;i2s 6d.."    t  k,�� 'i , ���'   '���  t ���"'     ' ",  Tp^e ne.ossity of carrymg r�� I���^   ��� 11oi->ntPS  with a guarantee for'prompt  UH yon want Inaurano at ^M*^�� ��nro ^itb '  and speedy settlements you mu~i "  MOYIE.  Obamlierlato'8 po��?h Remedy *Wolntoly  Hnrmloaat  Tho fault of * giving , children  medicine containing injurious substances, is sometimes mora disastrous  than the disease from which they are  eufferinir. Every mother should know  thf;?Chamberlain's Cough Remeby is  perfectly safe for children to take. It  contains nothing harmful. ^ for  coughs, colds and croups is unsur-  2d     For sale by' W.  J.  Atchison-    ^^^mmLm  filll' ���������^�����e���*gfaaaqtMin3"!M  Watch p4 Jewelry  Irs,1  Pufohased" Brewery.  ,   Mrs. McQueen was  up horn Ryan |  ''on a visit this week,, -      -     ,-  ��� .-A'boys hockey team isrbeing organ-  ize'ft'in town.', ' "      .....  '\Mrs.V. TJ.^ Stone ���is  visiting-with  'her sister at'Jaffiay.-  *R.< Campbell "is building an ice boat  to be used on the lake this winter.  '   VV'.R.   Stone,' of'"the   St. Eugene  boardin'g House-,'transacted business in  'Cranbrook Monday. '\   '    ,   ,  " Garett Keefe -^has ' leased, the   Exchange   saloon  'in Rossland  andr;is  ���   I   .       ..''���''.  v     - "       ������-  running lt.  ,Twenty-one,; meals -for '$6-at  the  linibn ObbpsHouae.'" Open "day 'arid  ,    ��,.,,������'    ���   -i - '-���"..."  night.        -  'ARNOLD*'& ROBERTS,  MBK001C  03W    HATS'  HATS    ^*^Hr_M_w��,i^' ���  -**-A��a.     ff^y -K- ^b-k*" see our union  Wtt carry tho best range of naU �� ^. J~  made "Phtdb or THE WirfT.    1W  We receive many Watch and Jewelry repairs fion the people of'Moyio  and'wish to say that we appreciate  even to the smallest of them. We try  to do our work as promptly and accurately , as possible. Our aim "�� to  please you. If we have in and way  displeased you (lor we are liable to  make mistakes) kindly -lot us know  aud we will do our utmost to rectify  any of our misdoings.  W. H. WILSON,  Jeweler. OEA.NBBOOK, B. C  a ;.   -    As ...$4,000,000  CAPITAL, ^Authorized).. ��� ��� ��� ���        ^3i000,000  CAPITAL, (Paul TJp).- ��� ��� ��� " ' ���;:' .^3,000,000  rest:. .....--���-������������ ".  j   HUD OFFICE, TORONTO,   ^^^.-prepand "Gen. Man,  ' T. j. ME11RITT, Pres.   I). R. WIL^v Al OFF^T. Chief Inspector,  I{   ^tkY,".Assistant G>n. Manager.   W%MUJ.. >  \{ k^     ....     ___  ���^ .-R-rrtTT    A general banking DU6i  i ��� " . .T|,TT    a cenerai oauB-i  \   CRANBROOK BRANDS    ness transacted.  \  ^IJ^'BeIrTM^ 0Q^e^8^at"rand  ;J   H* sold, available, in all  parte   of   Canada^   TJmted   9M���s  ****. ^^^*^m, Manager. '-  ^^^.^^.^^^ ^^-^-^ ^^ ****** "  1  4  i-  F. I Bradley k Co  Joseph Niederstadt has purchased  tbe'Iliesterer ' half ��in teres t in'the  Moyie brewery'���'from the' ad minis-  tratora of the qstata. Mr; Ifiedorstadt  will sever hip qonqooflqn with ��hQl  OopmopaliUon hotel nest month, and  will devpts all of bis time to the  brewery,.  Moyie Lumber Oo,  Tl*e Moyie Lumber Op. have had a  deal on tor some time for the disposal  of their mill and extensive ' timber  interests near here. H. H. Bacheller  of Fnirbaiilt, Minnesota, is here assisting Mr. Cameron in closing the deal,  In all probability Cranbrook people  will bp the   purchasers.  Eusaian Trouble.  There have been no now developments in the situation at St. Petersburg since last Monday's riot.  Cured Jlis ittotlier of KlmumatUuj. }  "My mother has been a suft'erer for  many years from rheumatism," says  'W H Howard of Husband, I^nnsjl-  viiiia "At times she was unable to  move at all, while at all times walking  was painful. I presented her_ with a  bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm  and after a few applications she do-  cided it was the most wondonul pain  reliever she had ever tried, in tact, she  is never without it now and is ai al  times able to walk. Au occasional  application of Pain Balm keops away  the pain that she was formerly .��� trou-.  bled with." For,sale by W. J. Atchison.  WANTED��� Situation as chamber-?  aicVin" ahote).'', ^or ^Articular a Up ply  mai  at this office.  ' lew Aerie Organized.' - ,  An aerie ot the Fraternal   Order^ of  Eagles v/a's-  in'otitute'd', in   Cranbrook  Wednesday evening, and''56 ' of   that,  'town's citizens were'instructed', in  the   , i  mysteries ' of tlie 'order..' A. W.'^Vpri  Rhein,. '.Provincial,.'.- penuty1 Grand-  President, was the-instituting   officer,^  and'lie,was,'assisted by  the officers of,    ���  'the Moyie' aerie   i*d'''the> work.   .The  tests'of the orcler were exemplified on    "  three .'candidates,"' 'the "Moyie ' team;;  conferring two degree's and the Fernie   ,  ,team;'on". degree."''.- The" Moyie   officers,' ���  consisted of P. J.^McMahou, W. P.,P.'J /  E'. A.jiili;W.'B,.;,Di-". Harvie.'W. V' P^'*-  andVF- ���'Jo Smyth'  acting   Chaplain.*  Jco" Bakes ' and  his" peerlesa" degree  team \ did'" *som'e "very''' pretty "work.  'Thp'tearnVf-aa made" up of Jeo.   Beaker  as ' capfca'in'i   .facl?   'McTavish',   Jack  "'-   "���'    u       j >������ ri-UProwelOorkel,   Duncan  'Mai-tin   and    Wm.  Mre.R.?emby^dMSL^Qro^e   ^,,>^   ^  ^   ,^   ^  uujfqroiB for tho first time and prcn  eonte'd a fjood appearau'oo,  Following Is a list of tbo. offioers of  the new aerie {  Sam Morrow, W. P.  DECORATORS.  Fine sign writing a- specialty. Whole-  work in our line.  F, J, BRADLEY & CO.  Armstronc A�� -  ,W  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN .IN  CRANBROOK.  E. It. SMAT.r., .��lanac��>r.  Good rooms, good tables and  bar,  and firs^.'clflS" sumplo.r-jo-J-is.  were in' 6?aJjbrcol�� \-foa.nWay and  Thursday, retu���iD8! VrWay- .  MiasMoLeod was up from ��� Orfin-  brook'trnd attended the dance given by  the Oddfellows last eyeping,  James Cronin i3-'home from Rosa:  land, and will remain here until after  the first of the month. ��� s      ' *  "* The regular meeting of the Moyie  aerio of Eagles will be held next Tuesday evening instead of Wednesday  evening..  The Dixie Jubilee singers wi 11  appear at the Eagles' hall in Moyie on  Wednesday  .February   1st.  The ice was in excellent condition  the first of the week and u large crowd  of people were out skating on it every  afternoon and evening.  Those intending sending away for  costumes for the Eagles' masquerade  ball which will be .held on February  Itth should lose no time in  doing   so.  J. A. Baker, the Canadian representative ol me Western Federation of  Mineie, was in East ivootenay this  week on official business and attended  a meeting of the Moyio union last  Saturday evening.  J. E. Crowe has purchased the piece  of laud north of town, upon which  Dill's dairy ranch is located, from T.  T. McVittio ot Fort Steele. Mr.  Crowohas already begun removing  the timber from it.  Miss Annie, Snyder, humorous and  dramatic reader and impersonator,  will give a recital.in the ' Eagies' hall  on Saturday evening, February 11th.  She will be here under the auspices ol  tlie Methodist church,  Wildev Lodge No. "14 I, O. O. F.  conferred the initiatory degree on two  condidates lsst Monday evening,  After the closing "of the lodge all  repaired   to  Mr. Howard's  restaurant  ' .jf.fr.jo   ;!>,'.  -t.!. ::'r.',  !���: ..'I i".     '���"'-���     liiit:      "."���.'".'���'".������  ,-.. ;.j,--,fi i!:������������'   ii*.'"i.*..   -'-i'";:*!;.vi>'"i'';   *"������ i'���"!.���  Ed. Davis, W. V- P.  Dr. Bishop, W. Chaplain,  Ross, Tate, W. Secrcetray.  C.E.'Reid, W.Treas.  W. Cline, W, Con.  W. O'Hearne, W. I. G.  W. Edwards, W. O. G,  Dr. Bishop, W. Physician.  Trustees���Lester Clapp, W. D.  and A, M. Black,  The aerie will meet twice  a   month  on Wednesday eyenjngs.  Hill  Rogers-ia Trouble.  \    ������  John Rogers, the respectable looking  old gentleman, but a notorious crook  -just the simc, who served several  terms in the Moyie and other Kootenay jails, is again in trouble. He was  just released from the penitentiary at  Newwestminster and was soon back  at his old game and landed in the "pen"  again. During the time that A. D,  Drumniond was constable in Moyio,  Rogers served several short sentences  for petty offences. He soemed to be a  born thief and could not holp it. Heat one time sorved in the army aivt  draws a pension of some $10 or $lt>  a ..month     ���_;���-������  Pdpulatidii Increases,  A sou was born to Mr, and Mrs. P-.  j. Bonner last Saturday. January 21st.  Born' to">Ir- and Mrs'. Vezzonie on  January 2lst a daughter. :  ,        Notice.  | Take ��� notice   that anyone cutting  and  taking    away   timber   from   the  Aurora prqprrty o.��   *���'.'���"   "-���!'   --'-''-  A O":  "i    v \  .   ,:���&<  C (  '        *��� I UyjT^nrtiWiwtWrW*^*^  lugst.  M*~l*i '*.' .lKI^��Wu4^.  ^tomfeMfctfUllrt  tti^^S  '!->),  'Jjl(  (IU  ,\\1  f. .'    ��  >       t  ��� ��� ,  J  '  ���?  .--^VM.  SAYS BE WAS  A TOTAL WRECK  BUT  DODD'S  KJDNEY  PILLS GAVE  HIM   A   NEW   LEASE OF  LIFE.  i  i  M"  tt  1-  i1 * i^  Geo,   Robertson   Had   Rheumatism and  Dropsy���Had      to      Be'     Tapped���  ,  Doesn't  Know  VVJhat, It    Is   to    Be  ,     Sick Now.-..,       ... \  " Montreal". "' "Que.".' Jan. " 16.���(Spe^  cial).���Mr. becw Robertson, a well-  Itnowh citizen living at 392 St. James  St.,'.Montreal,-is one'of the many peo-r  pie in this city who are never without Dodd's Kidney Pills in the house.  Like all the others Mrl< Robertson has  his reasons for this and is always  i e&dy' to give "them., V  - "I was a" total wreck before r start-'  ed io" urg Dodd's Kidney Pills." Mr.  Robertson 'says. "I had been troubled  with Rheumatism and Dropsy, for five  years. I had to be tapped to .relieve  rne of the pain. MTy arms and logs  were terribly swollen.  . "I had just begun' to get downhearted when a friend, induced me to  try Dodd's Kidney Pills: 'Before I  had used the is&cond ,box I felt better.  Seven boxes' cured me so, completely  that now I don't Know what it U to  'be-sick."       .  ' "    '. '   '.'������ '*".  r  i  Ir  *"*  -'il  H  ..t'f *  Last  Sunday 'on  That Ship.  "As a lad almost,'.' said au old sea cap-  tein, "I became second, mate of a Nova  Scotia sallingl>vessel bound from Biver-  pool to the, provinces. It was on a  ' Saturday that we left port, and the following morning the tug which had  placed us to windward off Holyhead  left' us. -,  ., "We were making ready for the trip  =aeross the north Atlantic, but our  minds we're darted from work by seeing the skipper place a blackboard upon  the break-of the poop^upon which was"  written;'Sunday.' , The skipper;'a thorough'type ' of ,'the fr seaman, called all  hands 'aft-**"He said: 'I want you to  know what is on, that .board. For you ,  fellows who enn't read 'I. will spell "it.*  Then deliberately'he said: 'S-u-n-d-a-y'.  Yon, understand it, don't you?' Then  he gave the word to'throw the,board  into tthe?en. Over,, it' went, a'nd as it  took the. waves he said, 'You all know  that was Sunday. > don't you?V''Yes,'  answered the men. 'Weil,' he continued, -'tliat\win'r be the last Sunday you  will see on this ship.' <��� And it was."  Served   Ita  Purpose.  "A certain cadi of Bagdad had bee*  in his youth a fisherman, and, to keel  himself in mind of his humble origin,  there was always spread upon his dinner table a huge fishing net.    ,    ,   ..  "People admired the cadi for this  exhibition of humility. ', He was rich,  and his house was sumptuous., But,  amid all that elegance, the net, the  sign of the man's lowly birth, was always prominently displayed.   '  "The story of the net,spread,through  the city and finally reached tthe ears of  the caliph. lie, in due time, sent' for  the eadi, took him' into his favor and  made him his grand vizier. '    ,"  " 'Thus,' said Haroun al Raschid, 'we  reward humility.'   < ���,  *  ' " "From the day ot' his appointment  the grand vizier ceased to exhibit hia  Ashing net. , it disappeared, and it was  never spoken ofi  "Once, though, a visitor, a man of considerable impudence, said to the vizier:  ". 'Why .Is itv my lord, that your net  Js no longer spread upon your table?'  "The  vizier smiled  and  quietly" re-'  '.piled: , ���''       $,'.,,",',.  ' " 'It has caught the fisju.' "'=      '    .',  PALE WEAK GIRLS  Obtain    Bright'   Eyes,     Rosy   Cheeks  and   Perfect,Health  Through  the >,  Use  of  Dr.  Williams'  Pink''  ,''      ' J ��� ..     PUIs.  %  1}  w  ': Shoe    Shop*    In.   Japan.  Liike all other shops in Japan, _a sho��  shop opens a rjroud side to ^the'street.  It 'seems a misnomer to-call1"it shoe  shop,1 a'place'where,you can'only buy  "sandals or, clogs, '.things we 'are not ac-  . customed to call shoes.   They are foot-  gear-f'anywayl     ...''���'* ^f  "   ./.There is a low platform in front, upon  which the customer sits and drinks "tea  1 while makingvhis or her purchases, the  '   shopkeeper   meanwhile   squatting   on  , his, heels' and��� discussing the' news "of  the" day. J v�� "' s ." ' ' '" o .  r The sandals'.worn by the "rickshaw-  coolies are called warafi.. - ��� They, are  -woven of rice straw and are sold for  half a cent a pair. '��� They are made in  the country villages, and the foreigner  watches the -weaving with amused in-  ' terest.  �� The prehensile big toe of a Japanese  is of great assistance, as it is used for  catching and holding the straws, leaving the hands free to weave. ,  Miss Jennfe Burrows; Rigault, Que.,  says:   "I write'to .thank you' for ���the  wonderful benefit your Dr. Williams'-  Pink Pills have done me. ,J am nc-wi  22 years 'of age, but from the time Is  was   fourteen" I   did not, enjoy good  health:  A couple of/years ago, 'while  attending  school I grew ' worse,.. and  ���the  Sisters , in "charge called in a'doc-'-  tor.'i   After ...treating    me    for , some  tirfie,1 -.-without any   improvement,   he  told me that I  must discontinue*-my,  studies.    When   I -got   home   fc .was  sent to Caledonia ��� Springs.   The-first  .month.I was there it see'ined^to.^help  me, but, -like all- the medicine I had  taken, the help  was"onlyotemporary,  and I relapsed into ,my, former, ^condition. , I grew  so pale   and, "wax-like  that strangers, called me the wax fig;  lire.   "My   heart  .would   beat 'so ���vio-'  lVntly that I,could hear the noise it.  made.    1 ��� was' so  weak I  could  not  walk  a  block   without    support,"   or  without  resting  two "or, three   times.,  My'head   would   sometimes  ache   so  violently'' as to almost 'drive  me , wild,  and at-"other times I'would grow so  dizzv   that   1   could   'not   .stand.     All  this" time   I   was  taking   treatment,  but   all   the   time was getting worse  and 'worse, and I, hardly hoped,'ever  to  be better again'"   At ' this- time' I  read .in   a  newspaper of a somewhat  similar case' cured 'by' the use^(of, Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills, end I' determine  ed   to try tliem. 'Bynhe. time I had  usod a half dozen boxes   I'1 had-   im-  .proved1 a great'deal.    From* cthat 'on,  week bv week, I gained   in -'health. ���, and  strength," '.until-' *by- the _time ���_Vh'ad  used." eleven, .boxes' I "was   enjoying  People  Who  Live  In  Nc��t��.  Travelers   who   have   returned   from  the heart of Africa and the Australasian continent tell wonderful stories of  nest building people who inhabit the  wilds of "those countries.    In the bush-  men of Australia we find perhaps the  lowest order of men that are known.  They are so primitive that they do not  know  enough -to  build  even  the simplest   form   of   hut   for   shelter.     The  nearest they can approach to it.is to  gather a  lot of  twigs and grass. and,  taking them into a thicket or jungle,  build a nest for a home.    The nest Is  usually built largo enough for the family, and if the latter be very  numerous then the nests are of a very large  size.   Sometimes the foliage above will  form a natural covering,  but there is  never any  attempt   at  constructing   a  protection from the rain and storms.  as,cd- ���,, - .        .    , .  better, health"1 than I ,'had ,'done^-for  years.' -I lam* now well*-and strong,  and''thank vGpd \ for' the blessing of  good health your wonderful Dv. WiT-  'liarns' Pink Pills have .conferred upon  me. . I would strongly...advise ,>every  weak' and ailing.-girl who reads this  to lose no -time iii taking Dr. "^il-  liams'  Pink Pills.",  Dr. Williams'  Pink Pills  cured Miss  Burrows   because  thoy  iriade  the rich  'red blood necessary  to  drive  disease  from   the    system.     These    pills    go  straight "down    to. the   root    of    the  matter   in   the   blood  and  cure that.  That   is   why   they cure  all troubles  due   to   bad.  blood.     Anaemia,    paleness,   eruptions' of  the   skin,   palpitation,  headaches,  kidney  trouble, rheumatism,    neuralgia,- and   a   host   of  other   troubles   are   all   due  to    bad  blood,   and   are speedily rooted from  the  svstem   by the     rich,  red blood  made   bv   the   use   of   Dr.   Williams'  'Pink Pills.    Don"t take  a substitute;  see   that * the ' full   name,  '"Dr.   William'?' Pink Pills for Pale People," is  printed  on the wrapper around  each  box.    If   in   doubt   you   can   get the  pills bv -mail  at   50   cents   a   box   or  six boxes tor $2.50 by writing the Dr.  Williams'    Medicine     Co., .Brockville,  Out.   **  jP 'i o i  .  Aa .���.Irican St��HOhe"C*.  A   thousand  years' before     Ttoman  legions     looked "oh     Stonehenge,    *a  temple not unlike it in general   conception,  but far greater and fashioned with an architectural skill incomparably more advanced than that of  tho  ancient     Briton,   was     built     in  South Africa.      R.   N.  Hall  recently  lectured to a university college audience on the rc-discovered features'of  this'temple,-which is known as Zimbabwe, in Rhodesia:, By   some.it   is  thought" that the same    adventurous  race of Phoenicians who brought the  religion  of  the sun" to Britain; , and  possibly  inspired,    the plan     of     the  /temple at Stonehenge may have been  the pioneers of the gold-seeking,rape-  who .raised, the I temple at' Zimbabwe  as  a monument  of  the prosperity'of  the country.  Mi",   Hall said, that the  great ruined temple was not the oldest temple in' Rhodesia,- though' it is  by  far", the ���finest in     plan,   architecture and importance; and that, probably,  it     was  built  after  the     other  temples  when the" prosperity' of    the  countnywas  assured  and     was    still'  growing. ,It   was   built,     like\ -other  temples ��of tho'^sun,  with a painstaking reference to  the position'of'   the.,  sun. at the .summer   and winter  sols-,  tices  and its orientation diverged" so  far, from  that' which   would, be    correct , to-day as to  warrant the belief,11  which< is  strengthened <, by   other  reasons,     that  it  was'  built  , in     some  years   between   1200   B.C.   and    1400  T5 C.   The  walls-of  Great Zimbabwe,.  'Mr. Hall mentioned,  were from ^twenty-five to thirty-five''feet highland'a  wagon with a'team of oxen could be  driven along the outer rampart. Next,  year' the ..British Association    is , to,  hold a sectional meeting within these  walls,  ' where"   for,  ' thYee     thousand  years .sacrifices have been,   offered fon  thc,temple altar".' A  Portuguese writer  mentions  such  a  sacrifice,four     hundred years ago; the natives who have,  used  theraltar' for this ,   purpose 'be-  yon^ memory or record "offered a sacrifice" there , last December."    --,  i       Ha�� Many Claims to Distinction.   ,'1  - ������ Joseph Wilson.Swan, , upon whom  the honor-of knighthood, has been  conferred^ has many claims 'to - dis-  tinction,%being M.'A.',  l<\Tt.S.-' ' D.Sc,  'Durham University;'/ president of fthe  Faraday' Society,'-vice-president" of  the L/itdrary and Philosophical , Society of Newcastle-on-Ty"ne, member(  -of the council'; of the Royal " Photo'-1  graphic .Society,"*��� corresponding.member ,'Royal .Philosop'hicaL Society  ��� of  'Glasgow; honorarj' member of* the1  Pharmaceutical Society of, Great-Britain, .Chevalier'de 'la-Legion d'Hon-  nciir, past president of the Society of  Chemical Industry, past president of  the' Institution of Electrical 'Engineers; also honorary member, ^the on-'  ly,'others so honored'being Lord Kelvin arid Dr. 'Wilde;'member of the''  Board "of the National'Physical Laboratory', ' '" Royal .'Commission,'. s St"...  Louis Exhibition, 1904.' He invented  'the carbon process/for making, permanent'photographs, now known as  autotype; discovered,-the means of  making rapid dry -plates, which revolutionized the5 art of photography;  invented '' the -,' incandescent' ^electric  -lamp'bearing his" name, ^and also a  miner's electric .safety lamp,, and im-  ��� provements','' in ^ ,photo-mechnuical  printing.-/'**   v   '    �� "f '' '"  NEWFOUNDLAND'S PROGRESS  The revenue of the colony of Newfoundland for the. half 7 ye ir endin***;  December 31 is.the largest ever recorded, being $1,122,000, or ?25,000  more than for the "same period last  year, despite the. reduction in duties,  estimated at" nearly $100,000. During the past four years the annual  revenue of the- 'colony" has "grown  from $2,000,000 to ?2,5Q,0,000, although  duties aggregating over $300,000 have  been removed annually frciiu the necessaries of life,   i '   -> ���   , '    ,  ���l ,,. ,*, TAKE-i NOTICE' \  * -     - 11   , ���.   '��     '.       *       ��  ,'j We j publish!-simplo.'i-straight testimonials,, not press, agents' interviews,  from welMtnown .people. "���   '  From all' over America they testify  to-the merits of MINARD'S' LINIMENT, tbe best ofi Household Rem-  ediesr-     '   ���     3 ,     '     ', ���'; k ��� <"  U ,C.   C.   RICHARDS   &   CO..,  !,Philip Williams,'-"a young Englishman, was' arreste'd,in Winnipeg on  .Wednesday for numerous, sa*iall * for-  ���genes..,;.  .--"'-   x      :   ��� ,,,;,  fp.i-i-; .^    - '��   ��V  '"Something   ithat   Should   lie   Rubbed  In.���Whenever pain is" felt in the  limbs or'back, "take rl>r.' Thomas' Electric Oil; pour a'little In the, hand and,  .applying' it to -the'-surface'- beneath  'which ythe tpaiH L lies] - rub,r;briskly. ' ,,Jf  the" first application; do'es'r not afford-  relief,'which , is not usually the case,  keep rubbing;!, The"l"Oil,''w;IH"!: gradually penetrate to, the affected part and  relief,-will  eome.  You'll find our Standard Everywhere and Th<  of the Highest    We allude to:  CEYLON TEA.    Black or Green.    Its Pure and Delicious.   Japa  Tea Drinkers should try  "Salada" Green Tea.    Sold only jn Se  , Lead Packets/   By Air Grocers:,,   *   ��r ^ ���  RECEIVED    HIGHEST   AWARD   AND   GOLD    MEDAL , AT   ST^   LOUI5  ���Chief Justice Meredith, of Toronto,  ^decided that ther Elgin Loan Company may��rank as creditor" of the ��� Atlas csm-pany to the extent of $55,000-  ox debentures given the Elgin' Loan  in 1'902' to secure moneys advanced  to the Atlas, company for the purpose  of investing in, Dominion Coal. The  Master in' Ordinary , had " decided  that as the ', debenture was - only a  cloak to cover the stock transactions  by the Elgin*Company it,,would be  against the law to sanction the deal.'  Tragic 'Oscurrence at Hockey Ga  While cheering0 tho. Soo team  Sault Ste. Marie on Monday "nights  a��� hockey game with 'Portage Laki  Henry, Pi' Metzgpr fell, dead of  plexy,' superinduced by excitemeB  Mr. ..Metzger formerly managed  Sob hockey team, and was instrumen,  tal f.n the formation of the Iritem|  tional Hockey,League. On account c  his death, the'game was called, wit  12 minutes,yet to play. The score wj  5 to 2-\;\-favor, of "the Soo..' ���.  ,, Blanche, the, Minnesota? bank em-  b'ezzler arrested^ at- Winnipeg^ one day  day last, week,-.was given a sentence  of seven years: ','-.,.        ''    ,  . Minard's LiflimcDt Cores Colda, etc  ,.      " ,'   < r . -      . -',  ���   "..��      ���    ,.',    '���-������'      . �����.''  -The indictment against JMayor Geo.  H. Williams and Chief' of ,Poli<*-e H,Unt  of Portland,. Ore.,'', charged with' ^malfeasance in office, > have ,b"een^ijth-  drawn*by the " Multonomah ...county  grand 'jury  -.     -t     '-   .'."      ,."'  How's This1!'- ^<S  We oiler One Hundred Dollars Keward-for  any case of Catarrh tnat cannot bo cured by  Hall's Cata.rh^^e^^^ ^ Toledo^.  \\e. the undorsigrod, have known F."J  Oher.iev :or Iho laf-t :15 years, and believe mm  perfectly lionorableiin all business transactions aud fiittincially able to carry out any or>  ligntrous m��de by his-firm. ' ^.^L.  '        WALD1NG, KlNNAN &, MARVIN,  ���   \    Whole^ulo DruRUistrf; Toledo, O,  HnVWCatarrh Cure is taken, internally, act-  trie diiet'tly -upon tho blood and nucous .sur-  faces of the s.stom. ..Testimonials sent free.  Price 7"i conrs p<'r" bottle.  Sold liy all rtruB.^lgv  Take Hall's Family Pills'for.CousumpUoa'^J  "     All  Soaps  ClaLiirn.  P\irity  ti n11  u.  (j-sara.ntees< its purity., ,'It* is/.that  purity that eirv-  -aLbles S\inlight Soap to "perfectly cleanse your  clothes,  without, injury   or   hard , r,ub[bing;'  Equally good with hard or soft water.'','".,  "'   ,  .���".''"   ' '"      ''' '"*-Bu^'���Sunlight.1 \ '<        ' ���  Give it iOl trial!.    Your money back if it Is  not .3x11 -we cla.irn.  in j  Lever Brothers Limited  .,    Toronto    .. -  -It�� Snstulni".��- Power. ,  ' "A hundred'dollar i bill, jvill sustain  a -weight of forty-seven pounds lengthwise." says a treasury statistician. It  will also sustain a man for a couple of  months in a fairly good', boarding  bouse. '  BABY'S OWN TABLETS.  )eS2��Ju  ^Esss-asjg-^^  O, you realize how much money,is made from poultry.raising'?-Do you know that many owners  ��� . of Chatham Incubators are earning $320 a year,and nqt devoting,more-than a' half-an7hour.a'  ���"davito.-it?    Ittyou owned a' Chatham.*Incubator: your .wife' or your daughter could attend;to it.  "aSd'Sd* at-least $320 to the profits of your fkrm.   That is more than many another department of  -your" farm produces wtfich"occupies a>lot of,your.time and represents considerable money invested.  Value of Koutitve Worlr.  Routine is a blessed thing when something happens to reduce the moral driving power which  keeps  us going,  the  courage, purpose and good cheer that  give life present joy as well as meaning.    It is good in moments of depression or weariness that there is a path  marked out ahead each day which men  follow because it is there; that there is  time which custom hiif set for them to  get up, to cat, to work, to rest, to read,  go to bed again.   They move along the  grooves of habit and get all the benefit  of  their inheritance  and their experience.    The general may quit the field  for a time if he chooses.; the army has  its marwhing plan and knows what ia  expected of it. v^ ���  l,oui.H Naiioleoii'a Title.  Tt has been said that Louis Napoleon,  who assumed the imperial dignity in  IS.Y.i. a "year after his famous coup  d'etat, was influenced 'in'the choice of  his title by a curious misconception.  An enthusiastic prefect closed an official dcn-umeut with the words ,"Viv<"  Napoleon!::" and these three notes.oi.  cxelamatiun were mistaken for the fio  man numeral 111.  .Another and very similar story'is tc  the effect that official posters appeareC  upon the wall* ot" Paris headed Napoleon III. by a pi-invei-'s'crror,for.Napoleon II. I.���that is to say, Napoleon II.,  I'mperator, or oiiiper-jr.  The less rom.*i'nti<- reason is that had  the son of the great Naprjleon lived to  succeed his father ho w.r.ikl have been  Napoleon II. and that on this ground  I.ouis Napoleon iiga.es as the third oi  that name.  A Friend ot WanhlnBton.  yVhile   many   persons    have   known  Lincoln,and Grant and a few were acquainted   with   Washington   and   Lincoln, so fat as I am aware but one person was ever born into this world who  knew   the   triumvirate   of   uncrowned  American kings.    That individual waa  Horace Binney, leader of the Philadelphia bar aud among the foremost leaders  of the profession  throughout the  land, with whom I spent a memorable  hour in the year 1874.    During that delightful interview he stated that when  a youth his home was near President  Washington's   Philadelphia   residence,  that he "had met him almost daily foi  several  years  and that  he frequently  held  conversations   with   the   general.  Mr.  Binney  also  mentioned the interesting fact that he had been acquaint  ed with every president of the United  States  up to the time of  qrant, during   whose   second   administration   he  passed away at the great age of ninety-five.���General  James  Grant Wilson  in Cornhill ATasraxUu--,  This medicine comes as a message  of hope to all worried I mothers. It is  the best thing in the world for stomach, bowel and teething troubles,  which make little ones weak, sickly  and peevish. It will make your  baby well, and keep it well, and you  have a positive guarantee that it  contains no opiate or' harmful drug.  Mrs. James . Hopkins, Tobermory,  Ont., says: "I have used Baby's Own  Tablets and would not be without  them. Mothers who have sickly, cross  and fretful children 'will find these  Tablets a great' blessing." These, are  strong, hopeful words from'a. mother  who has proved the value of Baby's  Own Tablets. This medicine -,is sold  by all druggists, or', sent by mail at  25 cents a box, by writing The Dr.  Williams' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Ont. ' ���* '  All arguments have now been submitted in iho arbitration proceedings  between the Grand Trunk and its  telegraphers. The case for the company was concluded Saturday night  at Toronto, but Judge Teuel io holding judgment'in reserve.  * - ' A No. ,2 Chatham Incubator holds .from 100'to' ^Q eggs.   Though an average hatch is eighty  per cent, we will deduct some'to pay for oil and feed and make up for accidents. Say 80 chicks out  Efl20ee��-   That-is a fair average.    Suppose you only take off eight hatches in *a year.    That �� -  ^chicklns.    They We worth about'a,dollar a pair;    That,is^$320.00,profit fror.i a  -  ���\ ������'   ft   CHATHAM INCUBATOR    /  every year. t The value of the  had increased^to $239,986.    One  ^"^l^ Un," hn^Tiv' thev"could  handle 36,000  chickens  a  week.'0The  increase  in the  Kan^  tha^they didn't need  to  ship them.    The  demand for poultry is ever increasing.    That means  ^nfelSotPSXt^h^V business - without an Incjibator and Brooder     If you  ^��Z^^t����?^PJon   Linot  depend   on  the   setting  hen.    It is  absolutely  beThVo��s^ so rch forthr  .   Choosing the .best lncuDaror   is,  m     i auestion"s  by the most" liberal offer ever made.  %g^tF&"��$X��Z thSet.KSSSoSd fina���cia. strength we could not"  make it.-   Here,is the offer :    . - .  rf   ^  e    .*        / -j u���  ,.'��� �� CHATHAM INCUBATOR and BROODER  Wo -will send ^ovi-freigHt prepaid by �������*���- ^"^*l n���rt'p*  ^ithbutany cashfrcm you until October h. I9��JKesefeV  Wo do not call you to taKo our word tor it.    Keaa *.���".��==  LE/TTILRS FROM CHATHAM INCUBATOR USERS  How lo Clcnnsc the Sjslpni.���Var-  r-niiioe Vegetable Pills arc the result  of scit'iitihc study or Uie effects of extracts ol certain roots and herbs "upon  the diK<*>s5lvo organs. Their use has  demonstrated in many instances that  they regulate the action of the Livor  and the Kidneys, purify the olood,  and carry off all morbid accumulations from the system. They arc easy  to take, and their action ib mild and  beneficial.  I  tho  molest them,     i sot them about a^P^J tl^c other  strange that tho one hen would do t-o well anrt. ��iiJ otnw  tiling at all.    X havo since ��wt * CbaUmm taoubator  seems. ���   three do uotliing at all.    t navo since um:.i **. ""���"fm'^w.  < ^terft rollheTenra��lh^i��: o^X^^F"  ^"lo^stS."10 Il'C",,at0It- A.��-rr^e��n,  The" Ko. i Incubitor T purchased from you U'thn ha. gwn  pevfect satisfaction. The first hatch I t'ot ��W per^cenK ^ront  he iltbvehicle, and we put iu two turkey cserx ju^t ?���rT!%k De  fore we did the henosgb. and both the turkey eggs hatched.  -i'oura truly.       IUvib Wklsh, Falconbndfse, Ont.  r--        *v,��� r*l^���tV>��r/i Incubator �� thorough  tost,  malltf money out of it���tbe more you m��Ko  ,K.    bXrH;S��id*wJriH��ll    b��.      When8 October.   1905,    ��rriVe8  you should  K.vo   ��.d.  lufficT.nt profit* to par for thi. incubator .ev.r.l time. ovor.  thin)? I regret, i  . ���  CKgs and' gob 54 chicks, and consider tho Incubator a perfect  machine Yours truly.   B. Moonky, Bridge St., Windsor, Out.  I have had another hatch in my 50 egg Incubator, and this time  I got i& healthy chicks out o�� 48 eggs.  Calhoun GKii'-i-iTn, London, Ont.  I bought one of^-our No 2 Tncubntors and am well pleased with  it.   I bot 100 eggs" out of which i hatched 91 chicks.  Yours truly,,     A. It. Gakthokne, Byron, Ont.  On my firvt. hatch, out of SJ eggs that wero forrilo, I had 83  chicks ono dviiiK in tlio Midi. Out of my second hatch I had 101  chicks out of 121 eggs.    Yours truly,   \V. L. Lemon-, Orwoll, Ont.  ^3.iyBW��  :��i��W��^ttas��iOW^3s���  A dispatch from  ToRMtc bays that  Profile    Giroux  has   sued  A.  K.   For-,  tier   licence  inspector tor Pembroke,  for 'monev and  cis-irs supplied to huivj.  for    n     tern-v of  ttiirteen   years.     He;  claimed that $25 was borrowed by the  settle   a case ot"    infraction of   he 1 -  inspector and $io was paid by hnn toS  cense law. while he,.ran a hcciise-.' hotel      .Judgment     was .-, given;, tor   J,��i o, ,  most  of the account -being outlawed.  If your children moan and are restless during sleep, coupled when awake-  with a loss of appetite, pale countenance, picking-" of the,, npse. etc., '_you  mav depend upon it that the prnfffifl-y  cjlhso of the-trouble is: worms. JMothci  Graves' Worm Exterminator effectual  removes these pests, at once reliev-  the    little ' still'orursv.  There'is no string to this offer. It is open and  free. We make it to show our supreme confidence in  the Chatham Incubator and Brooder. We want everyone who desires to raise, poultry for profit to accept it.  We want you to send us a postal card with your name  and address. We will therTgive you full" particulars.  Write to-day. -K:-'}-:  We depend on every rhachine we put^out to.advertise itself in your neighbourhood���Ave know it will  prove such a good profit-producer for you that you Will  be pleased to tell your neighbours about it.  Merit is the only quality that will do this. Because  we know the Chatham Incubator and Brooder possess  this merit we are willing to sell it on these easy terms.  Remember we do-not ask you for one cent of cash  until October, 1905. (/Don't delay. Send the postal  card for particulars to-day.  ly  inp  M'-s T.vTiia Ptniman:, of Saratoga N.  Y a-ed"70. was fatally burned while  alone" in her cottage during Ir st Tuesday  night.        , ��� / ..,    j  Th  e  e  3  I  h  anson v/ampr}eu-*uo.��  Dept. 35. CHATHAM. ONTARIO  Jflso Manufacturers of Campbell Fanning Mills, and Chatham Farm Scales  Dlatrlbutinu "Warehouses at Montreal. Que.. Brandon, Man., C^lsnry, AIf��., New Westmlnsler, B.C..  Iiolifa.;*, N.S.   Factorioe at Chatham, Ont., Detroit, Mich. **  Minard's liniment Cares Dyptheria  _ 1^^^^  t U'l  ii< ii  #"  '.>,,  THE  MQYIE   LEADER |  MOY����, B. c.  : --WESTERN. CANADIAN" EDITORS��%  I X Series of Articles-Describing?  ���  t     their Llve'W their'Alms and      ?|  Their Influence.  No. 17  WR. E. S. ZBNGG.    *��       ���  ���       .       MR.'Ei",S.  ZING^    ,   V  ..    Editor-and   Proprietor   of the''  '.    *  ,. /���*   Wapella   Post '"  '" Mr'E S. Zings of Wapella "is  . living I ustration.of the truth .of the  SSS current *���f���*VW^  Th-it tlip man who \as the. aoiniy r,"  S&uot a" successful '<^���.Jg��$  has all the characteristics  necessary  ��� o success in almost, any undertaking.  As ��   editor air. Zk'gg '��** a;splen-  - lid  record ' but, such  is 'his irrepres-  . !Sle aSvity; tbat-his editorship,    s  onlv one1 of    the many forms of ,his,  Prp'tenti    activity.-   The    'production  wecl^3 of such  a newspaper, ,as  the  ��� Waiiclla 'Post might well demand and  consume tlie whole of  the  time  and  "talent oUts proprietor.  'But, with Mr.  tongs' it is1 otherwise���a ���, mere ses"-  ; meat''of his work,", nothing    .but   a  necessary and incidental, part of the  -. -cent's routine."    r ���    ,'     '  '     ]< ,  '< ���  Mr.'-Kingg not only.writes-the, editorial and local matter for tlie .Post,  ���'u rustles the ads and'looks  after  sub-  ,    scriptlons and-the accounts, but runs  ;     z taiuire ''business, does a little ;in  !'-.    real estate and dabbles in insurance.  -"'    &,ra tticso do not'kee** entirely occu-  ��� tfed Cue energetic Wapella' editor. He  '"' v-is tfce-resident'of .the local, board of  tiide, into 'which' institution he   'lias  f ''<intw& ��� muchL of liis  own ,   spirit., of  "'   ji.-ogressive energy, and. which- is ,ono  >!; - of the most ��� virile' " forces for , local  ",   improvement in,the .Territories. '--And  Mr/ Zingg's local patriotism  does' not  stop here.   Vie is a  member  of the  Wapella-town council, and oue ' of tho  . foremost and'most forceful figures,in  t   munir-ilial and local1 life  in  the' caro-  -   munity., "  Urulon'htodly the real test 'of ability  and'worth is the  regard  in  which a  man is held by Uusq, with whom, ho  daily associates.    True, it is said that'  a prophet is not without honor, save  ia his own country.    This    may    bo  1  tho rase when a man' goes  into the  profession of prophecy, .but it has no  application  in   commercial, 'and  least  of'all in editorial, life.    In the realm  of journalism, in which a man is under tlio spot-light of    public obsorva-i  ' Uon ;md  criticism  every  minute    of  the time he is "awake,  in  which liis  actions  and  opinions   are   canvassed,  judged and weighed by    the    whole  community, .a fakir, a' humbug,  or. a  hypocrite Ms soon  sized    up' and  set  down at his true valuatiou.    If a man  ���-wears well,  and   steadily   appreciates  jji pulblici esteem, it is because he-is  "all wool and    a < yard    wide,"    and  shoddy does not enter into 'his composition.    That Mr.   Zingg is   in  this  class, and  that   his   progressiveness,  "'s ability, and    his    trustworthiness  ace   best    recognized  by  those  who  kho-sy him, most  intimately,   the    m-  Mience of    the  P-��st,   and ��� the  public  Positions  he  occupies,   are   the   most  coinliioing proofs.  The editor in the average Western  w\wi has to , go    up    against    so.-ne  Pruty hard  propositions.     He   is  not  in tbe  position   of   his   brother   in   a  <V, v"ho can hew to the line aud let  lhe r-hips fall-whore they, will.    The  community from which he draws his  Pati'oi'iujo    is    restricted  in  its area,  ^n" ilie .-support of all is necessary to  ?ls "-"e-'i'ss.    He   cannot   compensate  ��* thu loss of one advertiser, for in-  ���taiire,  i,v tlie  securing   of    another,  IT  *!lis -R known by the merchants,  "n at-f. astute and wise in their day  ���'��� KUK'.-ation,   and   who   somctii-es  /,l:   themselves   of     tho   knowledge  . l>f advantage  of   themselves   and  (" 1'i^s of the publisher.    Tho coun-  "���' "lifor has  to be  solid   with    the  "relies, keep square with the hotels,  ���'j"? ;i'ong the leading  fraternal  and  .    ��!<?y"   societies';���; placate    the    chief  thiW   '���-ck*"r----aS��iinst'--air. and   sundry  I "ss as. at present constituted, and,'  ���no can do this (and to succeed'.-he  fro! ��� lieat'1>' has to)  he will be a big  fr ��. ln  the local  puddle.    Evidently  \7.^ the honors accorded him E.' S.  >hi h hi1s    ficcomplistafid '   all , this���  Pr v Vs (m]y t0 sa>r that lie has aP*  We      hin"self. a   diplomat   and     an  Whea you think yon have cured ��.  cough or cold, but find a dry,  hacking, cough remains, thero ia  danger.   Take 0  ShiloH's  The Lung  Tonic  . ... ft once.   ,It will strengthen tho  "   lungs and stop the cough.  ,    Price*;    , S. C. Wklis & Co. gOS  25c. 50c. *1. , LeRoy. N.Y.. Toronto. Can.  The Winnipeg Sulfation Army ask  for $10,000 from" the Government to  asist in ejecting an hospital.  Lever's Y-Z (Wise Head) Disinfectant  Soap Powder is .better than other powders,  as it is bothsoapand disinfectant.      34  and Mie - general care as to typrogra  phy arid make-up, shows that the mechanical department is fully the,equal  of tho others under Mr. Zingg's management. - ' '"   >���  While the professional ability of an  editor can always be best estimated  by the appearance and standing of  the"' newspaper he controls, it is altogether- silent-as to his personal  history, and the few facts following  concerning Mr. Zlngg will, be welcomed by 'those who . hitherto have  known him only through the 'Post, or  as one of the "most reliably, members  of the Western Canada Press association'.',       ,'      , '.*.,'  ���13. .S.^Zingg was born at. Hamburg,  Waterloo County, Ontario, April 18,  1S72, and is therefore'but ��� a young  man. He was educated at the public  anil high' schools of Walkertonu and  Hanover,, after which he entered tlie  office of the Hanover Post. Commencing -as "devil" he climbed ,until, he  reached the-, .rank' of full-fledged  journeyman'. Then he " 'removed . to  Toronto.*, He continued in the printing business until he was 20 years  of age, when .'lie w6nt,< on the road  as "drummer"- for a wholesale furniture house, travelling in. 'Ontario  and^ Quebec. ',- For six years < he remained in this business,,, receiving a  thorough trainingL,therein."  ' Taking the advice of Horace Greeley' and",, the maxy otliers "who have  echopd tlie New York' editor's utterances; Mr. Zingg, came West in 1899,  and in October oft that year established the Wapella 'Post, '.which since that  time",has continued^to shed the lustre  of the? true light of '" knowledge .in  everrincreasing volume.  ���As isaid before,' ���Mr. Zingg.-is yet  j'oung, 'like most Western editors, and  as can be-'seen by his ��� "counterfeit  presentment"'.at the ' headu of this  article, more than .passably good looking, 'lie' is deservedly popular with  his fellow, scribes'in the'Westp and  fev(,were more welcome than he and  his amiable wife at tho annual (.Press,  pilgrimages which' marked 'the palmy"  era of the .Western Canada Press association. Mr: Zingg has already' done  much .in" the realm of journalism since  he came West, rand more is expected  of him,'for., he is 'justly regarded by  his fellows" as one of the jnost able  and, ''promising of the editor's of- the  Canadian   West.. ��.�� '    '  AGREES WITH  WEAKEST STOMACH  \    "  ���  Dr. Slocum's Great' Tonic and  Disease Destroyer  ' (PRONOUNCED  Sl-KtEN)  Readily cures Indigestion. Dys-  pepsSayjdalarfUirfif^he-.Ston,-  -    ach and all Disgestive' '  .  Disorders.  When Danger Signals ;>  yoiir liver out "of order,, constipation, or your stomach, not ,  working right,  it's  a  sign of-  distress which, unheeded, will'  .  lead to trouble���it,is.time to  take  Mrs.  E. V.  Blaisdell   r    ' r,  Hale and Gearjty at 89.  ��� ' Arnprior, Ont., Sept. lGth, 1904.  Dr. Slocum, Limited.    ,        ,"*  "It's twenty years or more since I  used PSYCHIXE, and I write these  words not to gain publicity, but that  suffering'and. ailing' humanity,'"may  learn of its great merits, i felt weak  and miserable for a long time;' had  no appetite or couldn't obtain- proper  sleep. ' Was unable to'Vork^or enjoy  life." People said 1' was so old my  constitution .was" breaking' ,.up,' bur;"  fortunately, through "using 'the Dr.  Slocum Remedies I have* proven t this  false. PSYCRINE is the only' remedy  I 'ever'took'that agreed .with' my  stomach, which was exceedingly  weak. Twenty years , have passed  since my recovery and, I am now S9  years of age and so s(rongMand well  1 work, all summer in my garden. c ���<  ' "MRS: E. V.'. BL.AISDEL'." '  PSYCHINE is pronounced SI-KEEN  ' For sale by all druggists at ?1 pei  bottle. -For further advice, _ information,' or. free trial bottle, write 'Head  Office arid Laboratory, Dr. T. A.> Slocum, Limited,, 179 King Street West,  .Toronto, Canada.  ' ' TRSAL BOTTLE FREE. ,.'" \\  HORSE  THIEF   IS   HELD  George Turner, the Canadian horse  thief suspect, was taken before Ju.'ge  McCoy at Aberdeen, S.D., on Tuesday  on habeas corpus proceedings brought  by his attorney, who claimed that  Turner was being .held without the,  due. process of the law. The jud'^2?  sustained the officers . in retaining  Turner in. custody. Turner .was then  (arrested in the justice court and held  for his'appearance at the June torm  circuit court,' his bond being placed  at $1,200, which he has not furnished.  The Gharge, under which he is" held  is merely a nominal one of carrying  concealed weapons. He may be extradited. Hand county officers failed to identify Turner as the murder  suspect in' the ��� Todd and Johnson  cases. ��  ui  Charles Yates, of Garden ' Hill,  north of Port Hope, was , pinned, to  the ground by a falliag "tree, . and  held there for two'hours, despite his  wife's frantic efforts to release him.  He will prebably recover.  A telegram has been received at  Philadelphia announcing the death at  Hot Springs, Ark., , of Fayette It.  Plumb, one of the largest manufacturers of tools and hardware in the  country.  Thos. Sabin, of Esllngton ,says: "1  have removed ten corns from my feet  with Holloway's Corn Cure." Reader,  go thou and do likewise.  Mrs'.c Matilda0A. Pereau of Nashua  N.H., 85 years old, has fifteen 'children, sixty grandchiVdren' and sixty-  eight grandchildren. Thirty of her  descendants voted for President  Roosevelt on  November  8  last.  Minud's Liniment Cures DUtwajw.  MILDNESS   LOST   ON   NATIVES  [  A Berlin dispatch to the New York  Times says': ' Col. . Leutwein, the -ex-  governor of German South Africa,  has just, arrived'at Hamburg. In an'  interview he said'': "I am accusod of  too much leniency, 'and I cannot .find  this, wrong! , I 'was firmly convinced  that I could win the natives Ijy mild  methods. At the same , time . had I  had 10,000 .men instead of 400 it would  have been better.'; ��� The colonel admitted that-'a general uprising of the  natives of Africa  may-be  feared.  ���*��� Some persona have peripdical, atacks  o�� .Canadian cholera, ��� dysentery or  diarrhoea,'and have to '.use, great "precautions to, avoid the disease. Change  of water,'cooking and, green <fruit ,is  sure to bring on the attacks.'" To ,such  persons' we would recommend 'Ud. J.  D. ."Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial as being the 'best medicine'1* in the market  for all' summer.' complaints.' If a 'few  drops, are taken in water ,,When the  symptoms are noticed no further 'trouble  will te experienced.  ' Advices fr6m Dallas," Texas,', announce,, the death of John "Ulinweillpr  aged'1103. Mr. Uh'uweiller, wio-was  accidentally ^urned 'to death, served  under Napoleon as a drummer, boy at  the battle of Waterloo, rf  Minard's Liniment Cores Garget io Cows.  The daughter of a New York state  official 1 died last, week suddenly, <a  few clays^, before the* time, appointed  for her marriage. She was buried ,iu  her bridaT.gbwiv. on her intended  wedding 'day. The .bridesmaids acted  as pallbearers."    - '   <,  Sold Everywhere.      In boxes 26 cents.  DON'T THROW  AWAY  YOUR MONEY  on Eautern and Sonthorn Grown NurEary stock  that wiU not grow, but -writo for out catalogue  ot hardy Apples, Crabs, Plums, Cherrias,  Gooseberries, Kaspberrios, Currants, Strawberries, Bofaea, Ornamental Shrubs and Treos  Hedge and Windbreak Trees, Perronial Plants,  ���tc, > Trees that will srovr in Mauitoba and  tha Territories.       Address  BUCHANAN'S NURSERIE'S  St. Charles, Man.  Roosevelt considers that revision  of freight rates is more pressing than  revision of tariff.  The canteen and. barracks of the  N. W. M. P. at MacLeod were destroyed by lire a few days ago.  ' Mr. Charles H. Dancer will probably succeed tho late George A. Simpson as deputy minister of public  works. ' .  To  maa.  Mir rfadevs of this'journal the Wa-  w,' l'-]sU- which is among the most  -  RU1 tor and carefully ���rea(l of u,cir  Te2;(.l!'ial.   exchanges,  S.' McKay, one of the proprietors of  the Mariaggi Hotel at Winnipeg, has  been arrested charged with stoaling a  diamond ring from a guest.  ��� A ,   Carefully     Frcviircil   Pill Much  time and ,attention were , expended . in  the experimenting with the " ingredi-  ents,lthat enter'lnto the composition of  Parmalee's Vegetable" Pills before they  were brought to the state in, which  they, were first offered to the ,'public'  WhateVer Qthcr -pi'lls may' bc.'Par'ma-  lee'd'"Vegetable Pills are the,>result~'of  much expert o study, .and all persons  suffering from "dyspepsia or, disordered liver and Icidneys may confidently  accept them as being what they are  represented.*, to be.  of tho Digestive and Excretory  ���' Systems.        f  DR. GHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS  Are  Lastingly  Beneficial ��� Removing the Cause of  < ,   Disease-  The symptoms of dyspepsia,, biliousness, liver complaint, kidney disease and rheumatism point, tor 9 the  presence of poisonous - matter ia the  system. -  The first thing Dr. Chase's Kidney-  Liver , Pills do ls to thoroughly cleanse  Jhe system Of this waste .matter by  "causing free action of the kidneys,  liver and bowels.  This result is not brought about in  a harsh and irritating way, but is naturally ��� and thoroughly accomplished.  The now of bile from the liyer aids  digestion aud 'ensures continued regular action of the bowels; the free action of the kidneys removes the uric  acid,,. which would ��� otherwise' cause  rheumatism or stonoin the bladder.  Digestion, assimilation and the removing of waste matter are carried  out without pain or discomfort,   and  there Is no .foothold for, contagious or,  other disease.        ,' (      '  There is no other preparation possessing this nni'que and combined action,  and none    which    can' -possibly  reach, such complicated    diseases   aa =,  Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  Mr.   Duncan   McPherspn, ��� Content,  Alta., writes:.. "I was for many years  tioubled-with.  indigestion, and   head- r  ache, and derived no benefit from the  many remedies I used.'   A friend advised'the use of Dr. Chase's Kidney-.  Liver - Pilla, ,and' after    taking ' four  boxes - the    result.is that I(am once'  more in the full' enjoyment    of    the  blessings of good, health."  Dr��� Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a dose, 25 cents" a'box, at all dealers, or Bdmanson,, Bates & Co., Toronto. The portrait and signature of  Dr. A.' W. Chase, tho famous receipts >  book author, are on every box.    ' ,  THE ANEIEWS-SABE GRAIN CO., LTD.  *"*   '     GRAIN  COMMISSION .MERCHANTS. '  "W�� make* a apocialty of-low grade wheat. Write us. before "shipping;. W��  *. ��� " -" 1* , will Bhow how we cahVoerTe you. '" ' { ��� .'' '  Reference*:���Any   Bank  or .Commercial^A-gency. -^  r," ,       . \   .GRAIN" EXCHANGE,  WINNIPEG;" MAN,  /  7  &,  I ani the .Oldest  *> ESTABLISHED  GRAIN  COMMISSION   MERCHANT.  IN   WINNIPEG^'  Consign your grain to me and e��t prompt service, careful attention,  and highest, market  prices.     , ���     '        _ ^   , QOI Kllf DRAWER"'  Reference:  UNION, BANK Off CANADA.   'Z3.7   Z5 ^ '11N fl\.,       1300.  *,   "r >���  t "1 -ir1  ���r ��efc* mm,   c����i-mtk8*��a.  C<r*T*Kpoad��m"j�� /ooH��lt����.  .,0��r-��la ta4e��jr !������� h��uifct ���n,irk��h  aAv*3&�� ����.*��.      Proitt|ii. 14��tuh.a.  Any, Bujvh la WlJia.lpea. '   ' *.-  # ROOM- 41*, GRAIN BXCHANOS BLDO  BftaeoiMk'M^'  - RaforeaoBj"'  WINNIPECli '  Culture - Earsmark  Willie (listening -at the keyhole)���  Gee! I bet that man talkiu' in there  comes from Boston. ��� , '  Johnny���How  do  you  know?  Willie���He  says   "whilst."  .,,.,,��� -...--,    is    the  best  <leair"mcntlaUon tlmt its crtitov could  anij v news is .brightly 'written  terarw     ari'ange  la,"'^s are mod  arranged.     Its   editorial  ut-  5!S.iiylth  Jul  mind.  1 Proof  0  reflection of a thought-  Its   advertising   patronage  grow, and the .scalp-will be  clean and healthy. Why be  satisfied with poor hair when  you can make it rich?  " "\lv hair iicarW all came oot. I then *r!��d  Ayov'9 Hair VI��ofmid oiiIt nn�� hnllle *���pV����  tliVraUlmr. Mi'^ li*lr ciune I11 r��l thl��U ana,  Jint. a   ll'llo  curly." ��� its*-   l~  M.  bxl.ru.  Used in H.B.K. Mitts, Gloves  and Moccasins-  bone, flexible, soft, pliable, scorch-  proof, wind - proof, boil - proof,  crack-proof, tear-proof, rip-proof,  cold-proof, almost rrear-proof���  certainly tha greatest leather  ever 1 used in mitts and,gloves.  Like buckskin it is tanned  without oil,' unlike buckskin it Is  not porous, it is wind-proof���will  outwear three buckskins.  ;u Pinto " Mitts and Gloves  never crack or harden, never get  sodden, are always warm, pliablcg  -soft and comfortable.  Sold at all dealers but never with-  out this brand :��� |  THREE-CENT  FARE  The Cleveland- Electric Railway  Co. will experiment in three-cent fares  for a distance of two, miles fr.oni the  centre of the city on the lines of  that road, says a dispatch from Cleveland, O. The three-cent cars will run  only the three-cent fare distance, the  regular five-cent fare cars going the  regular distance. The experir.-ent is  th first of its kind in the country, and  is of special interest in street car  circles. No transfer will be given for  a three-cent fare. The trial is the  outcome of local agitation over the  settlement of the street car question  in that city, and is for the purpose of  demonstrating the practicability of a  three-cent fare.  s��  'Ohio- Gasbline Engiflesli  '    �� - ^-^-   ^ '   ,  PORTABLE . ENGINES oior THRESHING  and   STATIONARY" for,, CHOPPING and  WOOD" SAWING in' stock at all times.   We-  0 f can ship' at a day's notice.        <,     ,   <  Write tm' for Prices and- Catalogue.  B*ni^e-Cwper Co.; Ltd., Winnipeg, Mas.  1       Henry A'voirac. East.  -  LONGEST SUB-WATER  TUNNEL  The submarine tunnel  Boston and East Bostou'was opened  lor public travel Thursday morning.  The tunnel is one of the longest sub-  water tunnels in the world. Its total  length is 1.4'miles, although only  2.700. feet  is   under   water.     It    was/  between    Boston'   and  l-About four, and a half  "*       -   1 electric  cars  IN   WORLD IEast 'Boston.  .    .       years have been consumed in its con  connecting istruction.    The tunnel is built-entire  ly of concrete. , ,  Because of the death of his 5-year-  old son Francis, from the effects, of  gin drinking, John Garrity, a teamster  of Hartford.  Conn., has  been   placed  constructed at accost of $3,000,000 by 1 under arrest. The boy's .death oc-  the City of Boston, which,has leased curred in the Hartford Hospital. The  it for a term of 25 years, dating from I father is said to have admitted to the  1897, to the Boston Elevated Railway I medical examiner that he had given  company,'-' which will use the tunnel | the child a quantity of gin, although,  exclusively c for  the  passage    of    its, the boy had not asked for it.  ���"'whV'h "S1|"ve as to tne appreciation  cWs 1(" is hek- hy the local mer-  Tfl,i,.i" '  arUl  the   caro   nnit Instp   with  *--���<* the!  Saratoga. N."t.,  fl.W �� V.Ctle.  .*,n<irt\Kjrtai��.  he care  and  taste with  r ^usiness news is  set up,  for  J. O. ATKJl CO.,  HUDSON BaY KNITTINrs CO.  Montreal    Winnipeg    Dawson 1  Superfluous Hair  Removed by the New Principle  Ba 9Hiraef a  It is better than electricity, bec��.uie  it doos not scar or produce a new growth!  Better than X-ray, because it doea not  burn, scar of paralyze the tissues under  the 6km. Bettor than depilatories, because ib ia not poisonoua ; therefore,  ib will not cause blood poisoning, or  produce eczema, which is eo common  with depilatories, and does not broak  olf the biiir, thereby increa��ing it*  growth.  Electrolysis, X-ray or depilatories are  offered you on the bare word of the  operator arid manufacturers. DE  MIRACLE is not. lfc is the only method  which is indorsed by physicians, surgeons, dermatologists, medical journals  and prominent magazines.  DE MIRACLE will be mailed to any  address, sealed in plain wrapper $or $1.  Your money back without question if it  fails to do all that is claimed for it.  Our booklet���the inosb complete  treatise on Superfluous Hair ever published���containing the testimonials of  numerous physicians and surgeons and  those of hundreds oi others���will be  sent free, in plain, sealed envelope,  upon request. Write for it to-day to  DE'MIRACLE CHEMICAL CO., 23 ,  Qoken Stheet WliST, Toronto, or  SoIery SIMPSON ESP-Sir  TORONTO, ONT.  BE WONDERS OF ELECT  Now Used for Purifying Flour  The New Process Makes. Bread and Pastry' Ligliter, Sweeter,  Whiter and More Wholesome���Womer of .Canada Delighted.  VAA     IM     UI     No    SI16  What is Electricity?  nobody knows, not even Edison.  What does it do?  everybody knows.  It   runs street cars���telephones���automobiles,  furnishes light���heat���power  ���detects and defeats disease  ���enables tho doctors   to   see   clear  'through a man.  Performs all sorts of wonders  ���not least of which is acting as  Nature's Great Purifier  because when the world's dust, dirt  and disease germs have been taken up  by,'the air, and hang over the earth in  clouds���  electricity shoots lightning   through  ���"the clouds, "  ���flash !���boom !���rumble !  ,���down comes the rain,  the atmosphere is purified andwe exclaim  ���"how nice and fresh the air is since  that thunder storm!"  Electricity in the  Flour'Mid.  Something like that but minus the  thunder and lightning, -  ���silently���swiftly���surely ���  electricity performs ita miracle in the  "Boyal Household" mill���the only mill  in the Dominion of Canada where electricity ia used for purifying purposes.  When _ the grinders ��� separators ���  siftena���aLr-filtera, have ground and re-  eround ��� purified   and   reporified   tha  flour again and again, all down through  the seven floors of the big "Royal Household " mill until it is nearer perfection  than flour ever was before���electricity  says���  "I can do more than that" and sending its mysterious charge of  Electrified Air*  through the flour, removes the last, least  trace of impurity���gives it new life and  greater energy���makes a fiour that is  pure enough,  sweet enough,   ,  : -. .'    white, enough,   ���  to he worthy the  name and fame of  '���Royal'Household"���the flour that ia  more  delicious���more healthful���mors '  satisfying than any other flour in the  world..  ���the flour that makes the bread and .  pastry used on the tables of Royalty���  the flour that thousands of Canadian,  women are now using to: make better  bread ��� better pastry than they ever  made "before.    '  Every day hundreds of testimoniala  are coming to the Ogilvie Flour Mills  Co. Ltd., Montreal, from women who ar��  using Royal Household Floujr, according to the "Royal Household " recipes  and say they are delighted with it.  The recipea will be sent free for th��  asking  ���ask for them ���  .   .    ...      -_.   "FIXyCTRFAX.*   j,.-  ;-  ' u  < <t  Or  i   '  aV'.i?  *" .  S1. vjtf
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'     President. ' V ', '  '  ■      Secretary
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'iut "ii " ir i)«"liuls. If
jou la^vi'Aui- ll.u
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tect, c*;.r.ft^ ).re[)aul
«l«.j. Kiwi*- <-'""iri.
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S 1"! VUNS lioiVi t''--.
sirll.,' vTl'-i JU™t<A'
r l.Ulk.n.,1 iuw«iiih«<,i-
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>:,-.!■ -Tyu'-i'ra  and  ■accjiuire      toxtiemia.
iS =t vegetable"; and weaken tho system'-.1
Jiat   dessert *  and    take, to; paresis.
.fcoioke    cigarottes   ' aud    die1' early.
Drink " coliee,,  and    'obtain" nervous
prostration:'  Drink'wine,and get   the
'"]     i-goati   In order to be^ entirely healthy
it J     '-one roust'eat nothing, drink nothing,
<H      'smoke .- nothing,'    and    even - before'
" '       breatinuono^shouid   make  sure-that
the air has bepn^ properly »ateilized.-
South Western "World:'   ''r f, '
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^ST^^'i"A^lJ}3TA5.a TOOL GO.   -■
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Chamberlain's Cough-Bemedy the Best
uv    ..;     '    '•   Made/        ' J     .
' "In my opinion - Chamberlain^
' Ccm-h Eemidylis 'th^'hest ma'dd 'for
'colds" -savs Mrs. Cora •waljtei p.
'Portejyille'; ■ California. Tfeere- is no
'.aoubt about its being thc.bss,-,, Ho
-otherwill cure a cold co'quick y.  JMo
■ other ic go ouro ;b- preventive of Eneu-
moma: ** Bo-othcr ?c -so pleasant and
'iale'to'take. -Tb*eso are   good-reasons
why'it   should'be -'preferred." to any
other.   TbelaotiB that few people  are
■ satisfied'with any   other   after  haying
once"used this remedy.   For   sale by
..^-~4Juii«J°a«m-1-'"1 lanj^Mi^JS^f,"""1""?
"mineral act.       > '    !
(FORM F.) l
"     Certificate of Improvements.
^^'w^locaYed-iofeast side ol lewer Blade
ffik S0TI0T5 that I Tho;. T MoVUHe RM.
C. NO. B 73710 agent foe ™«« a yre0
tain Vines Limited of Ko»io .«; ^J slxVy
•-M ner'. Certificnte >o. B. '3021. ^ten i, ._
days from tho date hereot, to l^^wmonts.
^Tce oi'su^fer^ of  Improvemonts,
Dated this 81 th dm* of Nov. Aj D. »^,ITTIB.
v  -";, .;* ' 'A' - >,!.,,'. jl.?. j<ffVi*.u,'„    s<'i;? ." i'-'.ifi ' • ,     (-.,° !'       ' I   ,
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St:T0ilosepli's;' Obriyent.
- \.     -NELSON, B. 0.* --' ■ ^
■ioarding-and'-Day School conduct^
ed hy the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson
Tj'-'C 'Commercial and business
courses a/'specialty. . Excellence and
swift progress characters' each de-
pa tmentg Parents should write for
particulars. One month assures he
public of the thoroughness of the
Sisters' methods of teaching. Terms
commence January, April and Sept.
Pupils are admitted durin^terrn
ViU'be-Mn MoViefllthiof each)■ months!
Grari^oofer''V ^^^G:'
Wliblesale^ Wine y\ ,-=-====== ^ _        {l ,^ ^
• jintf Spirit-'Mer-   • ■ ^^X^.tt-nsh-omtj-soii
"""'cliant.,,    , '.
Agent for Calgafy.Brewing'Co.-s
Beer,,Ale aiid Porter.*
T. Label & po.'s
Wk     ** it-,        (   ' *    ,-t       i vi-   ■#iivii »r    ,ir i '   i ^ X1 "''*" *      i       *        -   j-.--*
I     *• 4?!"   I -■'"    -'.'I-      i..   i\'"   >'l'\,s\'--   .-' ' - "-
-Wr    i*'' '"''(i^f'"^Af '"v \Vl '.  ' ,.•'..  „     ;' ' .-1/'  ,'!'i
«    '1
Hay and Grain.
f» *
i %'
I?   , .For all kinds.of sheet metaj' works inT
Foreign and  Domcctic Wines, liquors
and Cigars.'
Is again located in Cranbrook ^and  is
•{prepared to write  instiranoe,  buy
"      and sell stock, and do a  gen-   ,
'eral brokerage business,
JOHN HTJTOHISO-K, " Cranbrool,.
And Bath Booms.
In STd'NE Building.
First Class Work.
"** .       ||H«MB——i^ ' L —
\   >'-. and BA^ER^.",;^   " ,,
Meal.1 served,:to Order, "tiread lor Sale
Twelve, Loaves $1. .^
R  T. HOWARD,, Prop.
'   "       'y^n^wJuir-iuiiiaiJuii mjg*-
B. 0.
M. J. HUGSNT, Prop.
Comfortable Booms and Good  Board ,
"at Reasonable Prices.
First Class -.Accommodations £or minors:
iav-0 Tim
r.V   USliTCl
Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating
Trousers,   Imported ■ Goods.   *
B. 6
h   5 ,
paufaiinpral «""■»„", Koo*pusj■   "Hlitrlct.
™^?!^^[^^^  0i   10WCr
^'■■nSfi^.ba; I ions. VW^oT-^?n.a.0.i
1*73710  aant   lor   U.O   b t    - - , ono ,^
Minus Limltrrl <>I„K}i-■' » > t\, , vs from
Certuieate No. R..->'^!l'.,V*VB\" VY o the M-nint'
tlio    «lftw.  hf'""";„• '  c*\"Wat?ov.jmi-iiis, ior
JlbOVCClullW. „„lrr '"'
We tnust make room mrn^^^^^   ^^
some snaps in Carpets,   «"
A BIG. CHANCE To Buy Cheap-
ie wiacconneii f
ssna.uce.oE hiu;n   i.uii.^-*   ',    ,,'  viol
■.'. ?
(I OHM   1*0
(Sjurr'.-nK   Ol'  I-MI'ROVEW'Vl^.
-    •      „1,   I ..i. i.si' MUX"  '--1   -'li-1'1-   -|t".1''U"   l11
aavvl?c«riScatc.l:   On c^t mcu ol  lowu Mo.ic
L^KE SOnrjJ. l^T ^   |T..^ffin"ol
Minors    <:drtiIjcatc  >o   -B . ^ .  -uu^
■   [,,,,:,!-.   M.   Vi'„'.,  l^-.-of   lOfM-.-lvtollJ'-:   Mii.-
.Mys frntu •i'^dl1-c,1.1,:;-iu(.'ait'    f liMvmvtiiiieiits,
iuu Recorder ror«. l^"1  ^ ^*;.,.0^ Hr,..tlt of
.be above -claim.        ,,^,^0  tv«t-  artroii, undur
..^l\!rlu^ iom««ilc'"u leforc-tho 18-
•   "'&'.,.,    bi'"'2lVu dny uf Nov., iwl.
•U;.1    ' Tno5. x. Mcyn-nE.
v""^ „r<"^^'.*:'"~"""i^r-2,;"!f^^"-^^r'
Our aim is to please nations
Good   draft and  bottled  boor
nlways on hand.
Di:sA5i.Ma:t wan-?, rroi...
1 ,.. c tam,-L' room in contiootion
vUh house for commercial men. Best
of iiccommodation.*..  ,
1 IIeadq.ti3iler.-i   for   Com-
mcrcial and Mining Men.
British Columbia.
■qnum '
Whotols Winss, Liquors
0, F..15E-5ADLNIEB.'
Pacific  Coast Points
St,  Paul,   Chicago,   New  York
Palace   and-Tourh-t   hl.cpcb,. IJuifct,
:.'."Library cars, Mpdwu Day coaches'.
'    Dining   cars',   ' ' Mcaits
-   ;iLa CartP.    •
Best BXeals: on- Wheels
Fast   Overland Q
n    D!!DMQ   2i   fill
i       Froth  nnd Cured Meats, Fresh
I       Fish, Game: ana Toultry.    We   ■
..'supply   only  .the  best.     Your
Ivade-'Boiicitod'.^ V _
In    all   tHe   Principal
Cities andf  Townsllm
IlKAUQUAlVl .'...<.     '"'J-11   -'""**'-*
and Cigars,
BritisH Cbiumtoia.
Confectionery, Eruit,, Ciga^Tobaccos,  Candies, Etc
'  "        CALL AND SEE US.     '      ,. ,


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