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MOYIE,. B. C. JUNE 3. 1005.
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We, have received this week . a
complete'stock ot Hardware, This
is a line'.of goods whicli have been
much'rieeded, and if tiiere is anything you want in''this kind i of
"goods we can supply your .want's,
> The nanie is just tlie same. ' ;
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A Good, Program to
« Be Arranged, ,'
|iid' UpVOapi'tal'' - $8-,700,000;'    '•-'/"
'Reserve^-"''1 - *"*-ty■, ^3,500,000 ,.
Total Resources'-'^9^000,0,0,0 <X6v. 3o;;o_i)
^--^B^^SprOTeSi'Italexof Interest 3 per cent.
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Rook Drilling  Contest, Log
Rolling. .Tie Making and
"    Other .Sports."
Dominion Day will   bo   celebrated.
Definite action wab taken at tbe meet-
' *-
ing held 1 ist evening in' Eagle ball.
The' .board of trade' meeting waa
turned' ,into 'a"'public' meeting that
,every person in town might be interested in tho' affair. _ .The celebration
w.11'he in tho hadds of., tbe following
committee; P. F, Johnston, ,P. ij,
McMalion,' 0. J- , Armstrong, V.
Desauluier, '£. V„ Lowney and J?.,\y.
Frith.' , J. S."31acEac"hern was'elected
triaisurer.'' The committee will get
down/ to „ business at ouce aud
make    a    systematic  canvass of'tbe
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.town for funds. Posters • and other
advertising rrfatter will be arranged for.
'Betides the rock diilling. tie making,
aquatic,.Caledonian and ojher E-'ports,
and cubit will, be made Id* get up a
contest between"tbe Moyio and Crun-
brook gun clabs and between, the
.Movie   and   Cranbrook   hose   teams.
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Tbe Moyio baud will, be organized at
once aud will,bo in position to ftraisb
first class ', mutic lor the day.. The
progtatjfi will appear next .week.,, '
Phoenix Miner-.' Union iviil  erect a
new hj.ll to co»t $S,000.'>  '
A daily triin is to   be, put
Kinibeilev branch of the C. P.
The Lewis and Clark  exposition  at
j* / " '
Portland wasJornialley opened Thursday, June 1st. ' '
Tbe passeuger rate on the Spokane
Kails _£ -STorthern has been reduced to
3 cents per'mile.
The directors of tbe C. P. R. Eeem
lo be in favor of. tbo immediate building of tbe Kootenay Central railway,
"Dutch Jake'iof the Coeur d'Alene,
Spokane,, is ananging to hpve.dN.m
Patterson fill an engigenient at bis'
theater. *   . , - ■,
Tbe Western Federation   of Miners
r   h. ' r, (       j .a.
have under 'consideration a proposition'to establish a Mincrt.' Home ot
Salt Lake city,       .    '- i  >   ' -
Tbe May pavroll'of the Crow's Nest
Pass Coal company for their mines at
Fernie, Michel and Mprriseuy arnoun-
ted to .$116,ioI;_.C.,1;      '' „    '      '
Try A'FewCans of ■
"Old-Homestead Brand"
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Vegetables and Fruits at
Will'* Saw/- Logs,'
A.. .P. Stephenson has ''■purcUased
the.logs in tin boom and-lias leased
IhcTsawmill of;' tbo' Moyie* Lumber
corapan)*'. ',IIg will slart^sawing' these
-'oi's-about June 20t'h. It will ..require
six weeks, or -two ijionths to complete
tbe work/and he will give employ-
moiit to 23 or (30 men. The lumber
svill bo Bbipped justa5^it comes from
the saw to J. ILmbury's mill at .E'.ko.
Mr. Hanbury has agreed to purcha.c
tbeontiro cut.   , L       *
It hasdieen,announced by ^Manager-,
Aldridge that'the,capacity of the .Trail
lead refinery will be increased ,two  or
three times its 'present output.
V/ar  Eagle,   Centre
arid Le Roi.
Indications Point'to tlie Big
■. Merger Being Consummated, "    ",
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P__  Our   spring_ stock	
|~ned, Goods', has corns" to h
g made up in part .of tho felloe
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of   Canadian   Can
nd, and
up in
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Cii.ps'   A'nclior T'.nuloi's,  --
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" 'A nciibr Sell clod .P<*,i.-<,
" Anchor J'_«rly June i'i.as
"        Auclior,'Corn,
"        Wiscon.iin Coin,
".      Gallon Apples,
-"        Gallon Rafpbeirie?,   ■
' "   v    Gallon 'P, arP,
"        Gallon Peaches,
" ' G d'ori Piunis,
'"        Gallon Pumi.kin,
' "        CIcdion Cherricr,     „
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- 'Ezra Meeker; the bop. king 'of Puy-;
allup] Wash., will retrace with an rox
team tbo Oregon'trail covi-retl by- him
52 years ago to attend* tho Portland
fair. , .   ,       '      '•        ' ,„,'    ;
Tho ' merchants   of  EosslaSd and
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their employers for tbe ensuing   three
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mouths will tako ft half, holiday  each
week on Wednesday afternoon. c "   _
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The government  Office  at  Creston-->
was broken into;  last-.Sundi.y/ night
and.'somc articles of small value stolen;
Two meu are now under arrest for' tho
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• be crime. f
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AJlemon pie from one 'of the, large
bakeries iu-Chicago Was, been -anal-'
vzed, with .the result'that it'was .found
to contain no lemon; butter or eggs..
It, was made^, of starch paste and
various products,of_coal tax.,,  |   •'
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The best and licaUliiest,trada-in the,
, Piiviilo advicq's to .the Nelson
Tribune from Montreal state,'on the
authority of C Jt_ Ho.iner, who, aft^-r
the Goodeibam and Blackslocl. interests, is the hirgest "stockholder in
botli War Eagle and Centre''Star
■laities,.that the amalgamation'of the
Roislund and Trail properties will go
tbrougb at $7,800,000, 'giving'$l,S0O-
000 of working capital ,to be expended
chiefly in developing tbo lower levels.
All tho parlies concerned have agreed
on, the teiras, 'which »only require
ratification at statutory meetings of
thashaieboldei-s to become operative.
'As S. G. W.tt'i.ow controls' sullioenl
Lo Eoi proxies, and T. G. Blackstdck
sufficient'War,E.gleaud Centre Star,
and President, Shaugbncssy has .sanctioned the arrangement as far as C. P.
E.'iuterests are-'concerned, thero' is
little doub» now lhat this, the la.rgpt.1
and most important deal ever made in
the,,, Kcotenay,     is   ^consummated.
Apparently the St''. Eugene it not tho
deal. •-       '
/"'        LOCAL  NEWS.*     '
Liberals' Election,*
Tho Moyio Liberal Association
elected, tbo following officers at their
meeting hold last week.
H-',TI. Dimock, President:
J. P. .Farrell, Vico-Pres.;
11. A. Smith,Sccr'y-Treas,;
Executive committee:   J.   S.   Mac-
Euchern, P. llirtigan,  J. Xieder_tadc,
M. J. Haiper and P. Carrigan.
world is that of dye making from coal
tar. -Tar au.l the smell of it i3 the.
best of oil toni:s and tissue builders.
Tho average life of a,tarworker *is SG
years. The mortatility is SO por cent
lower than iu any other factory   trade.
The fishing was never better. ,
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P. A.  O'Farre'l  was on yesterday e
easlbouu'd train."   •    ' *
Why pay more lor your Insurance than it is worth?
We can give you lowest rates with,adequate protection.
S.nalncd Aiililc, Still*Neck, Xiuuo   Slioul-
These arc three common ailments
for which Chamberlain's Pain Balm is
especially, valuable. If piomplly
applied it will save you lime, money
aud suffering when troubled with any
one of these ailments. For sale by
S. K. Haivie.
South:  .Fi-iCAN- Win Lasii Guam Act.
We carry tbo beet rango of bats in town.    Sec our  union
made, "P'ude of the West." They're beauties.
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'BiSasaK___'aiJje_J,w j. ™rcrt*mKvin:>3iimx*3Xiai^r^^^ ,
deposits of $1.00 or upwards received.    . .
There is no/better,.. invckirient than a ;Sayiiigs
Bank deposit, d; ':        |;
Onco opened it grows whdthoraddod to or   not.
Interest   allowed at  current   rates   and   com-
P'ur.ded twicoayear, ' A
■J.-.F,. M ''.PfNKHAM, 'Manager.
. CRAFTS of land mud- t» Volunteers,, their,
heirs or asi-Biir, under imtliorl'.y o' this Act,
are MibJ-ct to the oouditioii that such luiida
sluill huvo boon ."elected bv the Rrnutecs on or
berore Ilia lirst day of July, 1'JOj. >.otico ih,
therefore, hereby fhon that applications for
such lauds niiiirt be tiled at a Government
Olhceby that date,
R.1*. dUEEX,
Glnet Coinmli* .toner of LMid & WorkB.
Land ami WuiIv.   Dunartinent,   	
Vlctonu, U C.-Join .May' 190.).
According to the latest reports from
Vice Admiral Tojjo to bis government,
the loss to the Enssians in ships -sunk
or captured now. numbers 22, while
full "particulars arc not yet known.
The Admiral says that none of bis big
fighting ships were seriously damaged.
f A log raft 700 feet long, drawing 25
feet aud containing"S,000,000 feet of
lumber, is to be towed ironi S.atlle -to
San Francisco. The shipping men'are
afraid it may bieak up en route and
cover tbo sea with dangerous floating timbers.   -
Back From Similkameen.
Your Watch.
Will rccciyo the very best alti.ii-
tion if sent to us for repairs.
The daily increase ol our Watch
'Eepuir Department is a sufiicieiit
guarantee that our work is turned
out right, and that wc give the
public !.atifcfactioi].   Tiy us.
Peter Lutner returned Monday
frotn'his trip to P-utieton, Prineton,
llcdley and other points in tho Similkameen ' country. Mr. Lutner was
looking for a now location, but camo
back well sati&fi-d to remain in Moyio.
At Pentictou ho met John McDonald, tbo boatman, anJ Ed Lee and at
Hod ley ho mot Louis Thompson and
Mons Hansen, all four former residents ol Moyie.
Cuban    Diarrhoea.
U. 8. soldiers who served in Cuba
during the Spanish war know what
this discaso is, and that ordinary
remedies have little more effect than
so much water. Cuban diarrhoea is
almost as sevcro and dangerous as a
mild attack of Cholera. There is ouly
ouc remedy, however, that can always
bo depended upon as will bo seen
by the following certificate from Mrs.
Minnie Jacobs ol Houston, Texas:
"I hereby certify • that Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Eeniedy
cured my husband of.'a.-.severe attack
of Cuban diarrhoea, which he brought
home- from Cuba. Wo had several
doctors but they did'hot'do' him. no
good. Ono bottle of this remedy oured
bail, as our neighbors will, testify. I
thank God; for so valuable a medicine."
For ya,le by S. K. Harvie.
K. It. SMAU,- Malinger.
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Good rooms, good  tables and bar,
■  Ami ■..,••'.- di'SB (.a.*'.}''.' hrown,
A-   NOTICE. ;
On and aftor Sunday, June 4th, our
barber shops,will be closod on Sunday.
Next  Saturday' will, be   payday at,
the St.,Eugene.      ,. ' n
i   J. S-erritt was  up   from Cranbiook
yesterdiiy. ,      -'!, >, '    .    • - A
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P.'J.  McMahon'is  home-from  his1
trip to Calgary,       >
'".Cecil Prest was inc Moyie   Wednesday gettiug some views of the town.
Geo'/Staples'aud Sam   Spears  were
up from Cranbrook,last Sunday.
Ed High warden'has gono. to  Yahk
to opcu a barber shop.
J. F.  Aimttrong  h.id  small  debts
court in Moyie Thursday.    ,
Tho Fire Brigade will hold a.mcet-
liii Monday evening.  ,
Senator Macdonald left yesterday to
resume bis duties at Ottawa.
Thore will be no meeting ol the F.
O. E. next Wednesday evening.
Some chickeu thieves have been getting in their fine work in Moyio lately".
Tha Moyie Orchestra gave tlieir
regular Thursday night dauce on tho
Oamploll's .Comedians will be . t
the E.iglo hall next Monday and
Tuesday. "■
FOE EENT—Two store rooms on
Victoria street. Apply to Farrell Ji
A man'named Fox had his leg
broken while woikiug iu the mino
last Sunday. *
Wm. Small, ono of those injured
by tho falling of tho C. P. E. sta'itm
in Cranbrook, died at tho hospital l.i_t
James O'Lcury has returned lo
Moyio and has resumed hia position as
foreman at thu   mino.
G. 0. Buchanan distributor of tittle id bounty, was in towu the first oi
Ecv. W. E. En«s of Grand Forks
was here |o take E_v. C. MeDnirniiilV
place for a fow Sundays.
Mrs. Mant/iold was hero tin's week
from Marjsville visitiug with Mr, and
Mrs Eobt. Campbell.
Mrs." Iliggin?, wife of Dr. C, P.
Higgins of Fernie, is in Moyie .with
her sister; Mrs.'. McMahon.
E. A.'Hill'loft yesterday for Grand
Forks to attend tho Eagles convention
as a delegate from   tho   Moyio   aerie,
Eev. J. Leroy' Sloat, baptist minister
of Cranbrook waa in Moyio Tuesday
evening to attend tho Methodist social.
Peter, the Indian who discovered
the St; Eugene mine, .was in Moyie
this week making one ot his periodical
There was a good attendance at the
Methodist social Tuesday (.verting aud
a very pleasant evening was spent,
.rhe social was in the uuliirOjOf a Tarc-
AUo gillon E.i_.i)be,rrie_!, Black Ri«pbyrri.-ls, Stniwbprri.'--,
Lawtouboiries, ltbubarb, CioObejenie-*, Grapes, eti;.-"W-i
have made an exceptionally good buy of these giJ0dj, aiid
we will be pleased to quote you our prices. - „, i ,'-
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wdll, for .Mr. Thorn.s, the retiri.cg,
pastor, prior to0his departure f.ir Jled-
Ipj*. Mr. Thomas wi.i bo ordained al
H-dley tomorrow .by tho Ejv. Dr.
White. ," " _■      "     "  .
McCIusky,. the blind cnl'crtainei
and eloculioniijt/g.vve a very .good
entertainment iu McGregor hall das'
night.,     * '
W. J. Atchison was in town Thurs-
'd.13' and Friday winding lip liis busi-
iuess nff-iirs. and incidcutlj- to doll,
wilb llie-festive (rout.
Eev. S. J. Thompson 'of CranbrooL ,
is to be stationed at Victoria,  aud  not
at   Vancouver  a3  was slated  in  las,,
i ' p
week's issue. A       -'<       ■   ,
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Paul Jensen was up from his   ranch
near'Yahk  this  week."   P.uil, has   a
pit'ee of good land -near 'the junclior.
of.the.Corbiii lino   with''the   C. P. E
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Dou McKay;  road   master for   th.
district,,was   jollying Movie's  citizens-
Thuisday._„Mr. McKay expects to'do
some work here.sbo'rtly." *
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* II. Cameron of the Movie, Dairy^luvs
purchased- the Londsberry   bunch   of
cattle at Cianbrook, and lie is now   in'
position to supply all his customer in
town with milt.
Mis. Atwoo'l, who has been suffering for some time past fiom a severe
attack of rheumatism, wont'to the
hospital at Cranbrook yesteiday. Her
daughter Muriel accompanied her.
'New Timetable.
Tho new time schedule on the C. P.
E. will go-into effect tomoirow.
The westbound train wdl airi\o heie
at 11:15 instead of'10:30, and the
eastbound   at  2:33.  instead   of   2:50.
-    ' METAlk 'MARKET.- '
NhvyYoi-KA^-Bar silver; 57! ceiAa
Leul, $150.    Z'ino (spelter-) ?;C00.     "
Loi,*__oW—Lead, X12.( 17s.  ,    >
I. 0. O.P, Election.
The clecLion of cllloeia   for the en— ,
filing lei-ni of Wildey Lodge IS'o.'-li I.t
0. O. F. was held last  Tuesday  evening'.    Following-tire tlib.e elected :      ,<
P. T. Smyth, Noble  Grand ;
P. G. Rutitli, Vic-Giaod;
F. j'. Smyth, Per.  SeoAy ;
• r' E. T. Howard, Trtas, '      •
'   Tiustccs—,E. Temby,'p. A.   Foole'^
aud E,  Campbell^    -     '    -   '   ,'t   '
These o__iei.r3'v.ill"bo installed at tho
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first lcgulaf meeting in 'July.    <        "
Frank's. Zinc Plant-
C.--,rernau's zinc piid lead plant at.
Ftank~wbcu completed "will represent
an exp^utlitu^e,'' of nearly ^500,000.
Tbc^works will.include a customs lead
smelter, ,a silver-lead smelter and t
smelter for zinc aud mixed oies.' It,
■will be large enough to handle all tLn
zinc that will bo offered in this section.
L'he capacity of the lead plant will bo
about 10.000 tDus a year. Tbe pl.u_f
should be ready about tho end '-ol thi-
The Month's Output;
The output of the St. Eugene mine1
for the mouth of May was 3550 touts
of concentrates. * This is the second
In rest month's run for the mill, coming close to March, when the record
run of 37Q0 tons was made.
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Used in Millions of Homes.
50 Years the Standard. A
Pure Cream of Tartar Powder.   Superior to every other
Makes finest cake
and pastry, lig^it, flaky: ■ ;bis-.
cvAty delieicsus griddle cakes
-—•-palatable and'wholesome."
Price Bakino
Powdeh Co.,
Chicago.     -'
Never po into the woods away from a
doctor vi. uli a cheap a'.um linking-'powder
i'i '.h-* oiitfit. Vou want the best baking-
powdvi'_iii tlie w-.irld—and it is most
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'   ,  V     J .  -" Ai.  i     ' _     I  ��_5      ,_  ,.    ,*.*'  fa.     ^   -i  -���: a?a  di -V  ,fi_  ���v,  >  r.. i.  I -    ' "*.*    .  _!'.'-'A., Aa-'Vi;-  !_-!,-      r "/-.I, ; Sr  \\''A^f'iA��ikbi  ���  I in' &��_i!^vXH_S_S.'  My--" 'A i  ">t*   ' o  ,'b:  1','-''.      ' -  .'-,1  *   7"fl  i'^  *i_ _ , ���    f.i  -. ,>_  ���    i  t  t.  .A  if- ������T  I {-?&���������*!.��� " ���*  _. S^fej be totally uii-Sulonionlike and  tbe height of vanity, but they usually  have   no   ancestors   of   wboiii   to   bo  1 proud. Tbe man who doe*, not know  who bis great-grandfather was liatu-  . rally enough would not care what be  was. cThe Caskodens have pride of ancestry because they know, both -who  and what .  ''   We have a right  to be proud,  for  there 'is an unbroken male line from  < William tbe Conqueror down to tbe  present time. In this'lineal list are  rourteen barons���tbe title lapsed -when  Charles I. fell���twelv'e Knishts of tbe  Garter and forty-seven Knights of the  Bath and other orders. A Caskp'den  distinguished' himself by gallant service under the great Norman .'ind was  .given rich English, lands and a fair  Saxon bride,, albeit an unwilling one,  as his reward. With-this fair, unwilling Saxon bride and her long.plait of  * yellow 'hair goes a very pretty, pathetic,  story, which 1 may-tell you at some future time If you take kindly to this:'  A Caslsbderi was seneschal to William  i ltufus and sat at the rich, half bar-,  ' baric banquets in,the llrst great ball.  Still another was one of' tbo, doughty  barons   who   -wrested  from John  tlie  ��� great charter, England's declaration of  .Independence; another was high in tbo  councils of Henry V.   1 have omitted  "one whom I  should not fall to men''  tion, .Adjodlka CaskodeiiAwbo was a-  liieinber of  the dunce  parliament .of  ��� Henry 'IV., so called M.ecauso there  ,wcre -no lawyers in it.  ���< - It is true that in tbe time of Edward  ' IV. a Caskodeu did'stoop to trade, but  It was trade"of the most'dignified,,honorable sort���be was a goldsmith, and  bis guild, as you know, were the bankers, an'd international clearance house  for, people, Icings and iiobles. v  Now, it has been tlie��� custom of the  * Caskodens for centuries to keep a record of events, ns they have happened,  both private and public.'. Some are in  the form of diaries and Journals, like  those'of Pepys and Evelyn; others in  .  letters, like the Pastons'; others, again,ln  ' verse and, song, like Chaucer's and the  Water Poet's, and still olhcrsoin the  ��� more pretentious form of memoir and  chronicle. .These records we always  have kept jealously -within our family,  thinking it'.vulgar, like tho Pastons, to  6Ubmit, our 'private affairs to public  gaze,   a   ,, '        A .",      '   rl     ���  There can, however, be no reason why ,  , pilose.parts treating solely of oulsi'do  "matters should bo^so carefully guarded, and'l,have determined to,choose for  publication,such portions as do not divulge family secrets or skeletons, and  -'iwhicb i-eally redound to family, honor.  '      For  this, occasion   i' have   selected  "from tbe-memoir of my worthy ancestor and namesake, Sir Edwin Cnskoden,  -'   grandson of the goldsmith and master  of the dance to Henry VIII., the story  of Charles^Braiidou and Mary-Tudor,'  ' pister to the king."  This, story ,is so��� well known to the  Btudent of English history that I fear  its repetition will lack that zest which  attends the development of nn unforeseen denouement, bnt it is of so' great  f- Interest and is so full iu its sw;eet, fierce  manifestation of the one thing insoluble by time���love���that I will nevertheless rewrite it from old Sir Edwin's  inemob'.  CHAPTER I.     *     '  THE  DUEL.  T sometimes happens. Sir Edwin'says, that when n woman  will she won't, and when she'  won't she will, but usually in  tho end tho adage  holds good.    That  sentence   may   not   be luminous  with  meaning, but 1 \vlll give you an illustration.  I thlii.rlt was in tho spring of 1509���  tit any rate, soon after the dpath of tho  Modern Solomon, as Queen Catherine  called her old father-in-law, the late  King Henry VII.���that his august maj-  ��6tjr Henry VIII., "the viulubltiite flower nnd very Helre of both the snyd Milages," came to the tin-one of England  and tendered nie tbe honorable position  of master 'of tho dance at Ins sumptuous court. '       c L  As to ''worldly goods," as some of  <ho new religionists call wealth, I was  very comfortably off, having inherited  from my father, one of the counselors  of Henry VII., a very competent fortune indeed. How my worthy father  contrived to save from the greedy  band of that-rich old miser bo great a  fortune I am sure 1 cmuot toll. Ho  was the only man of n.y knowledge  who did it, for the old kln_r had n roach  as long as the kingdom, and, upon one  pretext or another, iippuiprliited to  himself everything on v lilch ho could  lay his bauds. My father, however,  .���was himself pretty shrewd In money  matters, having inherited along with  bis fortune a rare knack nt keeping it.  liis father was a goldsmith in the time  of King Edward nnd oiijn.. ed the marked favor of that puissant prince.  Eeing thus in a position of iitllucncc,  I cared nothing for ihe fact tliat little  or no emolument went with the ollice.  It was the honor which delighted me.  ISesldes, I was theicby an inmate of  the king's palace and brought into in-  tit.in'i., relations with tlie court, and.  above all, with the finest ladies of tne  land���the best ..company a man can  keep.f since'It. ennobles Id's mind With  hotter thoughts^ purifies bis heart with  cleaner motives and. makes him gentle  without detracting from his .strength.  It was an office any lord of the kingdom might have been proud to bold.  .Now, some, four or five years after  my induction into this honorable ollice  there came 1o court news of a terrible  duel fought tlowii in Suffolk, out of  which only one of the four combatants  had come alive���two, rather, but one of  thorn In a condition worse than death.  The first 'survivor was a son ot Sir  jyilllam Brandon, and tbe second was  an called Sir Adam Judson.   The  story- wenr mat young urandon and  his elder brother, both just home from  the continental wars, bad met Judsou  at an Ipswich inn', where there had been  considerable gambling among them.  Judson bad won from tbe brothers a  large, Sum of money which they bad  brought home, for, notwithstanding  their youth, the elder being but twen-'  ty-six and tbe younger 'about twenty-  four years of age, they bad gained  great,honor and considerable profit in  wars, especially tbo younger, whose ^  name was'Charles.  It is a little hard 'to fight for money  and then to lose1 it by a single spot upon the die, but such is the fate of him  who plays, and a philosopher will shallow his ill luck and'take' to fighting for  more. The' Brandons could have done  this .easily enough, especially .Charles,  who -was an offhand philosopher, rather  fond of a good humored fight, had it not  been that in the course "of play one  evening the secret pf Judson's winning,  bad been disclosed' by a discovery' that  he cheated. The Brandons waited until they were sure, and then trouble  'began, w*hlch resulted in a'duel'on'.tbe  secoutfrnoriiiiig following. '    s?  This Judson was. a Scotch gentleman'  'of whom very,little was known.except  that be, was counted the uiost deadly  aiid most cruel duelist of the time.' 'lie  was called the "Walking. Death," and  It,is said be took pride in the appellation. , He' boasted that ,he had fought  eigbty:seven  duels,  in  which 'he 'bad  ,killed seventy-five n_e_i,;and it was considered certain death to-meet bin..    I  got 'the story *of  the duel afterward  from Brandon as I give it here. .     -*     ��  . John was"the elder brother'and when*  the challenge came was'eiititled to fight  first, a'birthright out of which' Charles.  tried In' vain to talk him'.   The broth-1'  ers told their father, Sir WlIliam^Bran-'  'don, and tit tho appointed time-father,  and sons repaired to, the place of meeting, where, they'found jJudson and his  two seconds ready for the fight..,  ',   Sir William was still a vigorous mail, ,  witli" few equals in sword play, and the  sons, especially(the younger, were bet-  'ter men .and more skillful than their'fa-  ,lhor had ever been, yet they felt that  this duel meant certain death, so great  was Judson's fame, for skill and-crucl-  tv. Notwithstanding they were so handicapped with this feeling of impending  evil,' they met thou- duty without a  tremor, 'for ,tho motto of theii\| house  was "Malo Mori 'Quain Fedrai."  It was a' misty morning in March.  Brandon has told' mo since that when  bis elder brolher took his stand it was  nt once manifest that he" was Judson's  superior both in strength and skill, but,  after a few strokes the brother's blade  bent'double'and broke off jshort at the  "hilt when it should'have gone home.  Thereupon ''Judson,'-with a- malignant  smile of triumph, deliberately'selccled  his opponent's heart and pierced it with  his'sword, giving", tho blade a'twist, as  die'drew it out iu order^to cut and mutilate the'more. r , -. ��� <  In an instant Sir William's doublet  ,was off, iind he wasdin his1 dead son's  tracks, ready to avenge him or to die..  "Fight, you bloodhoundl"  Again the thrust which should have  killed broke the sword, and the father  died as the son had died.  After this came young Charles, expecting, but so great was his strong  heart, not one whit fearing, to Ho beside his dead father and brother. lie  knew ho was the superior of both ln  strength and skill, and his knowledge  of men aiid the noble art told him they  had each been the superior of Judson,  but the fellow's hand seemed to be the  hand of death. An opening cniuo  through Judson's unskillful play which  g/ivo young Brandon an opportunity  for a thrust to kill, but his blade, like  his father's and his brother*.., bout  double without ponetr-iting. Unlike  the others, bow over, it did not break,  and the thrust revealed the fact that  Judson's skill as ;i duoli-U lay in a shirt  of mall which It was useless to try  to pierce. Aware of this, Brandon  know that victory was liis and lhat  soon he would havo a\onged the murders that had gone before. He saw  that his adversary was strong neither  in wind nor arm and bad not the skill  to penetrate his guard in n week's trying, so bo detei-iiniiid to light on the  defensive until Judson's strength  should wane, and then kill him when  and lu.w lie cho--e.  After.i.time Judson began to breathe  hard.and bis thrusts to hick force.  "Boy, 1 would .spare you," be said.  "I.have killed enough of your tribe.  Put up your sword and call it quits.",.  Young l.randoii replied: "Stand your  ground, you coward.; You will bo, a  dead man as soon as you grow a little  weaker. If you try to run, 'I will  thrust you through tlio neck ris ��� I  'would a'cur. Listen how you snort. I  shall soon have you. - You are almost  gone. You would spare me, would you?  I could preach a sermon or dance a  hornpipe while I am killing you.' I  will not break my sword against your  coat of mail, but will wait until you  fall frqm weakness, and then,���   Fight,  you b.ooanc-uiiQ-" '  Judoon wns pale from exhaustion,  and bis breath was coming in gasps aa  he tried to keep tbe merciless sword  from his throat. At last, by a dexterous,  twist of bis blade. Brandon sent Judson's sword flying thirty feet away.  The fellow started to run, but turned  and fell upon his knees to beg for life.  Disunion's reply was a flashing circle  of steel, and his sword point cut lengthwise through Judson's eyes and the  bridge of his nose, leaving him sightless,  and hideous for life���a revenge com-,  pared to which death would have been  merciful.  1 The duel created a sensation throughout, the kingdom, for, although little  was known as to who Judson was, bis  fame as a duelist was as broad as the  land. He had been at court upon several occasions, and at one time, upon  tbe king's birthday, had fought in tbe  royal lists. So the matter came in for  its sfiare of consideration by king and  courtiers, and young Brandon became  a person of interest. He became still  more so when some "gentlemen who had  served with hiin in tbe continental wars  told .the court of his daring and bravery and related stories of deeds at arms  worthy of the best knight ln Christendom. . ,   '  He had an uncle at the court, Sir  Thomas Brandon, the king's 'master of  horse, who thought it a good opportunity to put his nephew forward and let  him take his chance,at winning royal  favor. Tbe uncle broached tbe subject  to the king, with favorable issue, and  Charles Brandou, led by tbe hand of  fate, came to I.ondon court, where that  same fate bad in keeping for him events,  such as seldom.fall to the lot of man. ,  W  CHAPTEE II.       '  IIOW BRANDON CAME TO COURT. '  IIEN wo learned that Brandon  " was  coming to. court,  every  one believed he  would soon  gain the king's favor.'' How  much that would amount to none-could  tell, as tbe king's favorites were of  many 'sorts and taken from all condi-"  tions of men? There was Master Wol-  sey" a butcher's son, whom he bad first  made almoner! then chief counselor and  bishop of Lincoln, soon to be bishop 'of  York,and cardinal'of the holy,'Konian  cliurch.   ., '. * - r   -'       A '���   '  V. From,the other extreme^of life, came  young Thomas,, Lord--Howard, heir to  tbo Earl of Surrey, aiid- my Lord of  Buckingham, premier peer of the realm.  Then 'sometimes would the king take  a yeoman of tho guard and mal_e"hlm.  his- companion in jousts - and tournaments solely because of bls'^brawn'an'd  bone.' ".There were, others whom he'  kept'close by-him in the tptilace'because of their wit'and the entertainment they furuished,, of which class  was I, and, I .flatter myself, no.mean  member.,i, '  "'To begin with, being in no way dependent on the king for money, I'never  drew a farthing'from the royal.treasury. This, you may be sure, did me no  barm, for, although the king sometimes  delighted ^to give, (' he always bated to  pa j'. There'were other'good reasons,  too, why',I* should be a-favorite with  tbe king.   '   . - v   . - ; -, A    -  .   My  appointment  as  master, of  the  dance, I am sure, was owing entirely L  to my,.manner.'���.My brother, the baron,'^  'who "stood, high wlth'Tbe-king,t was not'  ,friendly.toward.me bccnuse'iny father,  had seen fit to bequeath me so good a'  .ompetency in place of giving It all to  '.be firstborn and leaving inefdepeiidcnt  upon the 'tender, mercies 'of an elder-  'brother. 'So I_had.no help from him,  iior from any one elsV.I, was"quite  imall- of stature and therefore .unable"  to compote with lance and maee with  bulkier nien, but I would bet with any .  'man; of aiiy size, on any game, at any  filace and time, in any amount, and, if-  I do say it, who perhaps should not, I  basked in- the light of' many  a fair  r.ml]e<which larger,nien had sighed for  in vain.    ��� >  I did not know when Brandon first  came to London. We bad all remained  at Greenwich while the king went up  to Westminster to waste his time with  matters of state and quarrel with the  parliament, then 'sitting, over the  amount of certain subsidies.  Mary, the king's sister, -then some  eighteen or nineteen years of age, a  perfect bud, just blossoming into a perfect flower, had gone over to Windsor  |ou a visit to her elder sister, Margaret  lof> Scotland, and tbo palace was dull  'enough. Brandon, it seems, had been  'presented to Henry during this time at  'Westmluster and bad, to some,extent  jit least, become 'a favorite before I  'met him. The first time I saw him was  at a joust given by the. king at Westminster in celebration of the fact that  bo bad coaxed a good round subsidy  out of parliament.  Tbe queen and her ladies had been invited over, and it was known that Mary would be down from Windsor and  come home with'lhe king and the court  to Greenwich when we should return.  So we all went over to Westminster the  night before the jousts and were up  bright aud early next morning to see all  that was to be seen.  [Here the editor sees fit to substitute  a description of this tournament taken  from the quaint old chronicler Hall.]  The rnorow bcyngr after dynner. at tyme  conuenenlrnt, the Queno with her Ladyea  repalied to see the Iustcs, the'irompettes  brow vp, and in came many u noble man  und Gcntlema. rychcly appearelled, tak-  yngo vp thlr horses, after whome folowed  certuyne lordos apparelled, they and thlr  horses, in cloth of Golde and russet and  tymi-ll; ICnyghtos In cloth of Golde, and  russet Veluet. And a greato nomber of  Gentlemen on fote, ln rusaet satyn and  yoalow, and yomen In russet Damasko  arid yenlow, all tho nether parte of eucry  minis hosen Skarlet, and ycalow cappes.  Then came the kyn^o vnder a Paullion  ot golde, and purpul Veluet embroudercd,  the compass of the Paullion about, and  valenced with a Hat, gold beaten in wyre,  with an Imperlall croune ln the top, of  fyne Golde, his bases and trapper of cloth  of Golde, fretted with Damask Golde, tho  trapper pedant to the tall. A crane and  clmfron of stele, ln the front of the chafro  was a goodly plume set full of musers or  trimbllng spangles of golde. After folowed ills three'. aydes,' euery of them ynder  a Paullion of Crymosyn Damaske & purple. The nomber of Gentlemen and yomen  a fote, apparelled In russet and yealow  was clxvili.- Then next these Paulllons  came xll. chyldren of honor,' sitting euery  one of them on a greato courser, rychely  trapped, and embroud-ered In seuerall  dnulses/and, faelons, where lacked neither  broudeile nor goldsmythea work, so that  euery chyld arul horse ln dculco and  faseion was contrary to the other, which  was goodly to beholde.  Then1' on the counter parte, entered a  Straunger, fyrst on horsebacke In a long  robe of Itiisset eatyne, like a recluse or a.  religious, and his horse trapped ln the  same sewte, without dromme or noyse of  mynatrolsye, puttings a by.ll ot petlclon to  tha Quene, the effect whereof was, that If  it would please her to license hym to  runne  l.n  her presence..' ha  wp.uldi do  It  giftQiy, una _r not. men n_ would aepuno  as ha came. After his request was  'graunted, then ho put off hys sayd babyto  and was armed 'at all peces ,*.vith rycha  bases & horse, also rychely trapped, and  bo did runne his horse lo the tylte, end,  ���where dieurs men on fote apparelled in  Russet satyn awaited on him. Thereupon  the Ueraulds cryed an Oyez! and the  grownd shoke with the trompe of rush-  ynge stedes., "Wonder'it were to write of  the dedes of Armes which that day toke  place, where a man might,haue seen many  a horse raysed on highe with galop, turne  and stoppe, maruaylous to behold. C.xiv  staves were broke and the -kynge being  lusty, he and the straunger toke tho  prices.  When the queen bad given tbe stranger permission to run, and as he moved  away, there was. a great clapping of  bands and waving of trophies among  tbe ladies,1 for be was of such noble  mien and comely face as to attract the  gaze of every one away from even the  glittering 'person of bis majesty the  king.   ,     '  ' His hair,'worn in its natural,length,  fell in brown curls back from his forehead almost to tbe shoulder, 'a style  just then new, even in France. His  eyes,were a deep ,blue, and his complexion, though 'browned by exposure,  held a tinge of beauty which, tbe sun  could not mar and a girl nilght'envy.'  He woro neither 'miistachio nor beard,  >ns meu now 'disfigure their faces���  since Francis I.-took^a scar on his chin  ���and bis clear'cut profile,' dilating  nostrils and mobile though. firm set  mouth gave, ' pleasing assurance'��� of  tenderness, gentleness, daring and  strength.  I was standing near the queen, who  Ciilled'to lie, ''Who is the handsome  stranger tltit so gracefully- asked our  'license to' run?"        A ' ���     '-  ' "I cannot inform your' majesty.- I-  ' never saw, him'until now. He, is the  goodliest knight I have over"beheld." -  , "That'he i's," replied the queen,"and  we should like very much to know him.  Should We not. ladies'." Thereuwas ,a  chorus-"of assent from a dozen voices,  aud I promised, after the running,'to  learn all about him and report'  It was nt this point the heralds cried  their "03*e__!" and our conversation was  at an end for tho time'.   r ���       ���,' >  As to'height, the'sti-anger, was. full  six feet, with ample evidence^ of inus-  'cle, though no great bulk. ^HeAwas  grace itself,- and . tbe king afterward  said he.jhad never seen.such strength  of arm and skill in the use of the lance  ���a sure harbinger of favor,"if,.Jiot[of,  'fortune, for th'e possessor.    .     ,-.     * _,-  After, tlie jousting the Princess Mary,  asked nie if I could yet give her an account of the stranger, and as T^could  not she went to'the king.. <��� ,, A %" ���  I beard b'er inquire:, ,       - ' - . -  ",\Vho*was'y6ur companion, lirotber?"  ,,.-'That is-'a "secret, sister.    You'will^  find out'soon enough and will be falling-  ���-iii love with'him, no doubts I liav.e always'looked upon you .as'full of trou-"  ble for. nie in .that respect \ You will not  k'so much as glance'at anyone I choose-  for you, but, 1 suppose,.would b'e ready'  .enough with your smiles for some one  I should not'want." ',.,/*       "���       '  "Is the stranger one whom you-would  not' want?" nsited Marjv with a dimpling smile and'a flash of'her-brown,  eyes.       f > j '    -"���   ,    , "  '. - A  "He^most certainly Is," returned .licking.    . A' f '       < ,   "*     ; ���".     '  - -'"Then I will fall in'love with him at  once. 'In fact,-I doii't-know hut I^p-vo  already."     '   - ��      ''--'-   ������*     .i*^    ,.. t  "Ob, I have niio doubt of that. A If I  wanted htm,'be might, be Apollo'vhim-'.  self, and you would have'^lioiie.qf him."'  King Henry bad been compelled.to_ refuse several veryA advantageous__nll.-  ances hecause this.fair,\coaxing,' self  willed sister would not consent to be a  part "of "the moving'coii'siddratiou'. A"  "But can you not tell me who he is  and what his' degree?" went on Mary  in a bantering tone. ,    ,  ���    ,-, .   ���.  "He"has no degree. He is a plain, untitled soldier, not even ii knight���that  Is, not an English knight I think ho  has a German or Spanish order of some  sort."  > "Not a duke, not an earlAnot even a  baron or knight? Now he'has becoino  interestins."  "Yes, I suppose so. But don't bother  me."      ���    '      .  "Will he be nt the dance and banquet  tonight?"        .. '  "No: No! Now I must go. Don.t  bother me, I say!" And tbe king moved  away. ��� -       '  That night we had a grand banquet  aud dance at Westminster, and the  next day we all? excepting Lady Mary,  went back to Greenwich by boat, paying a farthing a head for our fare. This  was just after .the law fixing the boat  fare, and the watermen were a quarreling lot, you may be sure. One farthing  from Westminster to Greenwich! Eight  niiles.   No wonder they, were angry!  The next day I went back to London  on an errand and over to Wolsey's house  to borrow a book. While there Master  Cavendish, Wolsey's secretary, presented me to the handsome stranger, and  he proved to be no oilier than Charles  Brandon, who had fought tbe terrible  duel 'down in Suffolk. I could hardly  believe that so mild mannered and boyish a person could have taken the leading part In such a tragedy. But with  all his gentleness IhOre was an underlying dash of cool daring whicli intimated  plainly enough that he was not all mildness.  We became friends at once, drnwn together by that subtle human quality,  which makes one nature fit Into another, resulting in lriendsliip between men  and love between men nnd women. We  soon found that we had many tastes in  common, chief among which was the  strongest 'of nil congenial bonds���the  lovo of books. In fact, we had come to  know each other through our common  love of reading, for he also had gone to  Master Cavendish, who had a fine library, to borrow some volumes to take  with hhn down to Greenwich.  Brandon informed me ho was to go  to Greeij.wlch Unit day: so we detci'iiiin  "���Don't hothvr inc. I say!"  ed to see a little of London, which was  new to him, and then take boat in time  to be at the palace, before dark.  That evening, upon arriving at Greenwich, we hunted up Brandon's uncle,  the master of'horse, who invited bis  nephew to stay with him for the night.  He refused, however; and accepted an  invit-ilioii to take'a bed in my room.  "The next day .Brandon'was'installed  as'one of the captains of tbe king's  guard, under' bis uncle, (.but with no  p'articular duties except such.as should  be'assigned him from tiilie to time. He  was offered u'good room on one of the  . lower floors! but asked instead to.be  lodged in tho attic next'to me.' 'So we.  arranged that each had a'room opening  into a third-that .served us alike for  drawing room and armory. ' ��� _, , ,  Here we sat'nnd talked, and now and  then one would reiki aloud some fiivor-  Itc passage while the other Kept hit-  owii place 'with 'finger' between the  leaves. Here we discussed everything  i from court scandal to religion, and'set-"'  -tledAtq our 8wn witlsfacllou 'at'least  many a great problem 'with which the  foolish wqi-ld is stJU wrestling..      (, ^ ���  -.  ,  i ,        ���        r  ,t      �� '        ". '-'     .      ' ' ,  ���fTO   HE  CONTINUED,]- ���'      i     r  I " l  Go   Hand in Hand When the   Blood  is Kept  Pure and   Rech   By  DP, CHASE'S NERVE FOOD.  Red blood means health, strength,  courage, cheerlnlness, power ol endurance and a woll nourished brain that  likes to accomplish'things.  The secret of heal tli is, after all. in  (he'blood, tor with an abundance ol  rich, red blood the nervous system Is  nourished and sustained, tho lungs,  heart, stomach, liver and kidneys are  filled with "the vigor and energy necessary to accomplish their work, and  there is no room for weakness and disease. '" '        '  Dr. Chase's Nerve Food builds up,  strengthens and invigorates the whole  human body because it actually forms  rich, red blood.   * , .    i  Indigestion, sleeplessness, nervous  headache, irritability^ nervousness,  lack, of energy and strength and failure of the bodily organs to perform  their functions-aro almost invariably  the result'of poor, weak, watery blood.-  Tbe use", of Dr., Chase's Nerve Food  completely overcomes these symptoms  and by filling the whole system with  new vjgor gives new hope and com..  dence and replaces weakness and uis- '  ease with health and'strengtli.  Mrs. George Fuller, Lakeland, .M;il,  writes: , "I am vei-y glad to h. able  to state lhat I have-' leceived ^reat  benefit from, the use of Dr. Chase's  Nerve Food. It has cured me of nervous headache from which I used to  be a great sufferer, and I am no longer  troubled with twitching of the-1 nerves  ..in the arms and legs that I used to  have as* soon as I went to bed. i am  grateful for,this cure and shall always  recommend Dr. Chase's Nerve' Food to  anyone suffering as I have."  Dr.' Chase's, Nerve Food, 50 cents a  box, C boxes for $2.50, at'dlll dealers  oi-'Edmanson; Bates & Co., .Toronto  Tbe portrait and , signature of Dr. A  W. Chase, the ^famous , -receipt book  author, are on every box.    ' ',       .  SAVED iHEAfiiBY.  A "I was not a'"boliever hi' advertised  medicines," says Mrs. 'Chas. VanTas-  sell, lllgby, N.S., "until .1 began using  Baby's Own "-Tablets. _ When myy last-  baby was born we never hoped,to'raise  her. .She wfts 'weakly," did not have  aiiy'fle'sh'Oi-, her bones", "and Vbliilsh  color. .- The -doctor who attended her  told me she d,would not live.-' Atter  reading what other mother's said about  Baby's" Ow'n .Tablets;I decided'to try  tliem, and T m'ust'now honestly say I  never had?sucli a- valuable .medicine  'in my-home. It 'has"changed jny poor  sickly,' ilesliless^ 'baby' into a .lovely  child, now as fat-1 as. a- butter ball!'  Words fail to express my thanks, for  ���what the tablets liaVe ��� dpno * for .my  child,'and I can only urge that other  mothers do as I.do now,,.keep the-tab-.  lets in.the house'always.-" 3aby;s_0\yn  Tablets ^positively} ciire all the minor  ills of babyhood,,and.' childhood,--', and  the'-mother has a guarantee-that;, they  contain;np"; opiate or^ahrmfulAdrug.  Sold.by. all' drugists'or "sent by "mail at  25'cents a box by writing tlie1 Dr."-Williams. Medicine" Coi, Brockville, 'Ont!  ��� ji.-  > -"*- }* *���  THE JTHIRSt OF"CHRIST  LAST WORDS    OF    THE    SON    OF  MAN BEFORE,HlS DEATH._ ,  Very    Need .,of    His , Suffering   Flesh  Rings Out As a^ Message   For   the  Centuries���No   One   So   Weak,. So  Feeble, So Utterly a   Waif   In   the  Gutter  That   He   Cannot .Join    in  This Cry.,  i ���  Jesus knowing that all things were  now accomplished, that the scripture  might be fulfilled, saith, I,thirst���St  John, xix., 28.  These are the last words of the Son  of Man before His death to mankind.  They are uttered for a purpose by ono  dying in full possession of His faculties. All uttered from the cross before  seems to discourage human aspirations; this unites Hiin -with..the  feeblest cry of human flesh.  No one so weak, so feeble, so utterly  a waif in the gutter that he cannot  join in this,cry; a dog can whine it!  The 'lonely One of Calvary never for a  moment forgets His mission. . Every  little one may understand His last  word. 'The very need o�� His suffering  flesh rings out as His messago for tho  centuries. The sanie hand that created a tongue to cleave to tho jaws by  thirst has turned It into the sweetest  message ever read by true hearts and  sincere lives.  If one look for a sign of the dlvlno  nature of this Man let him go back  and mark how caicfully He has prepared for this Ills last will and testament before the cross has forced it  from His lips. Ho has set forth tho  final judgment when Ho in His glory  is to return to earth, not desolate and  ajono, but with all tho holy angels and  tlie crowd of earth around Him. Tho  whole scono Is now reversed and tho  desolate One has tbo companionship  of heaven and the fakirs of religion  tremble in the solltudo of fears.  His last words on earth wero heard  by a poor mercenary of tho Roman  Emperor, hired to stand at tho cross  until the end. This poor soldier had  taken a spongo and dipped it in his  vessel of wine and touchod It to tho  lips of Ihe crucified One. Poor fellow,  he little knew how in coming centuries men would envy him this simple  act of a completely human heart.  This mere impulse of a sweet  human nature had marked the brink  of a gulf between God and man, nnd  oh the other side, separated by centuries, stands the! One who had thirsted. Across the gulf comes the; long  deferred answer of the Son of, God,  "I was thirsty and ye gave me drink."  Between the Roman soldier and the  Son of Man is the crowd In'the'gulf  (wo are in it),, crying, "When were  you thirsty and when did we give you  drink?" And- then the tender and  fearful answer comes, - "Inasmuch as  ye did it unto one of the least 'of/these  my brethren, ye did.it unto me."  As you would love me had I taketj  your little child, lost and desol__te,  thirsting and hungry, and given it  drink and food and. care, so now the  Son of God declares that as .ye have  done it unto one of the least of these  ye have done It unto Him. How  uiBramolr almnla���-vou  would do   th*  ���same to me as God would do,unto you.  '   But pause a bit.   What does Christ  -mean by the "least"?,  Least is.a rela-  live", word. You may despise- a, man  for his poverty.and I may admire him  for his genius; he may be your least,  ,while to me he is great  " Wo fill,the picture of the judgment  before Christ with some ���, poor . tramp  ,to whom we have shown ;somewcheap  bit'of kindness while', wo have overlooked the-real "import of the words.  Perhaps our "least" ,rodo by us in a  carriage, wearing royal robes,. being  least to us because of our animosity,  envy "or hatred; 'because ho had, done  ;,usdinjury," had- 'taken .from ijibJ the  world's -praise * we thought to be our  right,'while''"we, at great expense had  assuaged his thirst, for all 'men have  their, hours of deep solitude and ��� anguish of spirit and any one of us may  act the part of tho Roman' soldler.~  t,W. Everett'Johnson, Rector,Church of  the Redeemer, Now York. ' ��� .. ��� ���  *--.'���- ���  y     ���   " '' '���'      '    ". "r '* ,. . *  I.      _    ���    ,        ; ; 1 1*-"'-,        '    '  ".   ,   -DR.* WARD Ar^ECTED/r.AV;  " "���   '  yd-.-,"- i >. *  ' Former "Assailant Wept ?At >- Sight ;.o1  ' j" -''. y Beechei" Portrait.' "A J A ,��'  The New York Herald of-"April   12,  says:   ; Dr."WIlliam"Hayes Ward.edt,  tor of The   Independent,, who-, thirty  years iago was attacking Henry Ward  'Beecher In'his paper, wept'^convulslve-  ly before a' portrait of the great preach'  er ln Plymouth Church,-Brooklyn,* yes-  .terday afternoon, in''the  presence p ol  - one 'hundred,- ministers. ���,'  A" A ,, i -���> 'u  A; It was tho( first-meeting of -the Man-  hattan-Brool.lyn,. Association of /Con.,  gre'gational -Ministers' held- in Ply*  mouth Church, since tho death" of Mr.  Beecher/*-who withdrew from, that  body while ��� charges were ��� pending  .against him.".   Dr. Henry ,���A. ^Stimson,  - pastor of the ' Manhattan , Cpngrega-  .tional Churchj'made a'touching' allusion to Mr. Beecher and to the troubles  ,'thattledto his ."withdrawal from the  'association.*  -1--   -���     ; "-- *-; ' :f  ' Dr.'Stimson's eyes fell on; a picture  ;of. MrABeecher.. 'He pointed' to it,'and  ���referred"feelingly'to the attacks,oa���so  noble a man.- Dr. Ward's'frame'trem.  bled and,. covering his face, with, hia  hands, he wept bitterly.. Then he-left  his seat by DrAStimson's side and do.  '      r { . ^ i i      i*- - v        *  parted.'   vr '".,".' > 5   ���   ' --  ,      ,   *    ��,__  _*_, Press 'Censorship Run ��-, Mad... ,;  ^The press censor in-St..���Petersburg  refuses to perrhlt''the; mention, of astronomical , ^research ."because ' .11  tends to subvert traditional belief.  He has also had' tall reference to  Hamlet's weakness'. and ��� indecision  excised from' the play on the ground  that it is "improper language about  a Prince, of Denmark," and Russia  is 'on friendly  terms with the court  of Denmark. ' , ''  . ____���������^���-^^���������      i     - K  How This Smith Got ��� Name.   ���  A negro who was sent   to   prison  charged   by his   bride with nonsupport  gave hi3 name as Extra Smith.  He explained that there were so  many Smiths ln Virginia that when  he appeared no'. name was  , left   for  - hm, eo_ he waB  christened  "Extra."-  Tha'Wtmtn Wl.* Ifa_ta.  There to the woman who nags, tad  many do without being conscious ot it  She Is often perfectly weU bred In all  other respects, but she loves her husband so that sho can't help but ply  him with Questions." Ihe whye and'  wberes and wbens and "I told you so"  become a dally routine which exhausts  the patience of tho best of' men.. A  wise wife should remember that when  a thing has once been talked over and  thrashed out It la good form at least to  let It alone. If it Is a fault that must  be cured or a habit endured she should  remember that men folk are often like  Bopeep's lost sheep���"If you let 'em  alone they will come home," etc. Constant reference to a fault or a manner-  (sm Is the.cause of more marital Infelicity than tbe average wife dreams  of.  - Good manners are happy ways of doing things, and good sense, cheerful*  ness and tact should guide every worn*  an who bears the honor and dignity of  wifehood toward the channel of these  happy way..���Philadelphia Inquirer.  r-    A Serious Charge.,    "   ,' "**  -' Victoria, B.C.���yhe    merchant 'service guild of Canada, embracing a majority of  the  leading shipmasters of  British Columbia, has addressed a com-  munication to_ the minister of-mai-in." .  wltl} respect to tho action of one I_on-  seX latfe master of the'Ss.'Hasullon  operating upon, the Skcona river; B 0.  whom,   Captain " Johnson,'of the Ss"   '  Mount,Roynl, charges with.having do-  '  liberately and.with'malice ran his ve...  sel into the Mount Royal for the pur-  pose  of    inflicting  ' Injury.    Captain  Johnson claims that he,will be able'to '  establish by 'reputable '/'witnesses as'  follows:   , 1���That Bonsor threatened.  hostilities before the, act; 2���mat lio   .  boasted of his achievement? after tho  act; 3���.That.he purposely ran out of-  his course, ^o;ram.���'tlie"Mount l.oyal;  4���;That Bonser rammed tlie Ss. Ram'  ,ona on'tlie.Frasef in the same'wanton "  manner;   5���That, he "suggested to a  member; of ,the crew the    tampering  with ,an aid ,to"-(* navigation , so as to  bring to grief a rival boat. ,,The guild  has'asked that'a commission, bo appointed-to1-examine ������ into the'matter   '  and1' IfHhese [charges be. sustained, or  any; pf/them, that'Bonsor's certiticale ''  be cancelled."'vy     ! - ��� ,.  .GlVESATVYO !EAt'  ;Aa*diptREA$.N5.  F(OR'  BELIEVING    DODD'S   KIDNEY'"  u PILLS'.CURE ALL KIDNEY Alb-    J'  -AA'     '    '   ,��.-' IMENTSA        '  Cured;his  Backache1   of^ Twenty-five  '.''Yea''rs'Standing, and Satisfied Every-  ,  '��� - ori'e he Recommended .them to.' ,  AA'Economy .Point, N."S.'.'    May    15.��� '  (Special)���Geo. S. McLaughlin,'of Ihis'"  place, gives-two-.splendid reason.* for '  *-his belief;that --Dodd's Kidney Pills  aro^theAoue ,'maiedy, for rKlduey   ail-  "nients.'.   Here 'arc', the ,two*reason. In  hla'own ^vbrds':'"^. A-1,-..'    . A  Vi"l.was- troubled with lame bhek for.1  '25-years.or,more,.somotiines'so seveio ���,  that?l goul'd not turn - myself in b.ii.  One box^of^odd's-Kidney Pills cured  .nie/'ai-d I have-had, no 'return of the  trouble since A       ,  -r      A    ,',.,  -   -"I-havo recommended Dodd's Kidney  Pills to a number of persons who had  .Kidney Trouble.,'  All���who have, used  them have been benefited or cured.". '  . Dodd's Kidney Pills not only telieve  all. Kidney Diseases,'from Backache to  Bright's Disease, ,but they absolutely'  cure them. But sometimes where one  or two boxes relieves it takes more to  make a complete cure.  , A  l*ro*crli>M.>ti.   ,  Dpctor���I don't think It Is' nnytblrig  very serious, but you will have to stay  In, bediat least'two weeks.1 Faiient���  Say, doctor, do'you know that this'��."���  four dollnr a day holel? Doctor���I'm.  I'm a friend of the proprietor.  .   - '    In   IIIk  Tarn.'  Wiliie��� Engaged to Jack?  Thr-n vou  'won't marry Harry.'after all? ,1-iiii'i-e  ���Not aftor nil. but mnvho after Jack.  i    Women anil IVH.er. '  "If nervous women would only drink  more   water   they   would   not  be bo  nervous,"   remarked   a   trained  nnrsc  tho other day.   '*Nenrly every phy-lclaii  will recommend a woman who is B\it- ���  fering   from   nervous   prostration or  nervous  exhaustion   to  drink  lots of  water-between merjs, but many vom-  en t who do not come under a doctor's  care would' feel better and look better  if they would drink, say, a quart of  water In tho course of the day.   "Water  seems to bo a nerve food, like good  butter.    It has  a  distinctly sootlilng  effect when sipped gradually, ns one  ean test for herself,   I am not enough.  of a scientist to be nble to tell yon   j  tho reasons why It does this, but wider   |  lipped slowly and gradually has norne-  ��vhat tho same quieting effect as deep  breathlnjc"  A soa.p of doubt is a. destroyer of clothes.  Thei-p is no fip'iibt a_.bovif '"  ���ai ��     - "<j __       ^**a_  We back its pvrity with Ot $5000  guekT8_n.tce,  Why do not you wash yovir clothes the ce^sy  'Sunlight wa.y ?  Equally e_s good with ho_rd or soft water.    '*10  Buy Sunlight���Give it a. trial.  Your money back tor ai\y cause of complain.*.  Lover Brothers : ������-.,���., .,  Limited, Toronto. - :  , -  thb movie leader  ��� ������������������*��*v*",r  f  ���  ���  '���  ���  *  WESTERN  CANADIAN   EDITORS  A Series of Articles Describing  their Lives, their Aims and  Their Influence.  No. 33.  V/. J. HUNTER  X  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  t  *  isn'-t-   ii-r ��� qusi-f-e:    likely  TO PLEASE YOU  WHEN  ,T PLEASES   MILLIONS  OF  OTHERS  ���������  tV*�� ���������������������������������������������������������  Once   Tasted   Always Usod.  BLACK,  MIXED  OR GREEN.    SOLD   ONLY IN LEAD PACKETS.   25c, 30c.  ���   40o, 50c, 60c f^ER LB.    BY ALL GROCERS.  ,.   -' ' ST., LOU IS 1904.  HIGHEST AWAi.D  President William J. Tucker of Dartmouth College tells the following story  on himself: Some years ago he passed  several weeks in a Maine country  town. The next season he received a  letter from his boarding mistress asking him to return. In reply he stated  he should be glad to pass another sum-  :mer vacation with her, but should require some changes. "First," said the  college president, "your maid Is persona non grata. Secondly, I think the  sanitary conditions would be Improved  .about your house if the pigsty could  be moved a little farther from the  house." President Tucker was reassured when he received the following  In reply: "Mary has went. ' We hain't;  had no hogs since, you were here last  summer.   Be sure and come."  If it  VEGETABLE SICILIAN  -or tt q ________  ____B_*flF_PlM"7-_TrT_i-T____T_ ���!������      ���         . . __T_ *  n iririir ir-n ��� 11���~���^���Srrm  rit-_n,c-j.?i.ja.r_p**  Editor and Proprletor'of the"Reporter,  Fort Saskatchewan, N.W.T.-"'     ���  is a Question of Warmth use  :-E,;B.: EDDY'S .-".'  PAPER  It Retains Heat and Keeps Out Cold.' .-'  Write,for Samples and Prices     ,       ���  & ,PERSSE;    Limited, ' Agents,   "Winnipeg.  '' .    < ',-  They Never Knew Failure.���Careful  observation of the effects of Parme-  Iee;s-Vegetable Pills has shown that  they act immediately on the diseased  organs'of the system, and stimulate  them to healthy actioni There may be  cases in which the disease has been  long seated and does not easily yield  to medicine, but even in such cases  these Pills have been known to bring  relief when all other so-called remedies  have failed.. These assertions can' be  substantiated by many who have used  the Pills, and medical, men speak  highly of their qualities.       >,  ,"You aro .beautiful enough to be  wooed by an Emperor." "Am I beautiful enough to be wooed by a Duke?"  "Yes, indeed; but notrich enough."  Keep Minard's Liniment In the house.  -j   y   ��� In this tieries of sketches of western,  ' editors reference lias often been made  to the fact that among the most influ-,  entiai aud prominent of the Journalises  'of Western   Canada   are, those ( who  have served in every department of the  mechanical side'of a newspaper's, pro-,  'miction. .Nearly' all, the -editors in  Manitoba rfhd the Northwest Territories are '.'graduates of tho "case." ,'Fbf  this there are good and sufficient reasons. Closely con elated to the country  newspaper Is the" job department.. ,*In  fact, only in Winnipeg, Brandon and  perhaps one or two other towns in the  entire northwest, 'can job "printing offices, pure and simple.be found. , Else-  '���-.hero all job printing-Is"1 doneAby- the  ���local papers, andtho worlo.devldes 'the  week with that of prlntingv'and,publishing the paper?   The, day, next, fbl-  ' lowing "press day". Is,usually given up  n to distributing, , tbe t.iiext twcA^ollen.  [ 'ibre^���are.devoted-*to* job worlc/'anjl  ', wo or three days, as 'the case may be,  ��� we .cyoteil to ' setting the'-, news for,  ' the ensuing paper. .This-is the regu-'  y_r routine of the'we-ffs work in the  peat majority of Western Canadian  f," weekly papers,' ,��� though', in concerns  published ia large, enough places,^ the  job department, though.^part of.'the.  newspaper, employs,'a staff! _for 'that  exclusive purpose, and Is' operated all  , tie week. , ���- A   ��� .   ...     r ,,/ ���  , - ,It will thus be .'seen; that"-Western  Canadian journalism puts'ra premium  ���on tlio .riecJian.cal-sIde-of the' business  of'g'etting out a newspaper._,vThere; is  [''"not enough   writing to-do toA occupy  the whole of any man's time. '��� Indeed,'  many local- papers do^not sefmore'  than four or Ave galleys' of matter 'a  we.k-, including^ country., ''cdrrespdhd-  ence. local news" and.editorial.-. "Very  seldom'is this set In any, smaller face'  "than S point, and,often the matter lis  set in 10   uolnt.    The , securing   and  writing of this'.copy could be done by'  a good reporter in a day, aud for the  balance of the week the recorder'' of  local news and views, should he occupy himself solely with tho writing  of the matter his paper prints from'  week to week, would be a'gentleman  of leisure.   This accounts for the fact  that so small a proportion of Western  editors aro    newspaper men,    In the  sense that the term is understood in  cities.    It accounts also .for  the big  preponderance of mechanically trained men in tho business as it. is conducted in the west.   The printer .with  sufficient kuowlodge  to write,  it'not  with grace, _ with   intelligibility,  is  a"  much greater asset to   'the    country  office than tho mere stringer together  ot phrases, or the man who can discuss wiih lucidity,  and learning tho  most abstruse    problems ,of- government.    The  intelligent  printer-editor  Is of value every minute-of the week,  while the' mere writer is of use for  only   twenty, per   cent,   of his time  around a> country    newspaper    office.  'I'ho printer-editor can look'after his  own makeup, lay, out'his    advertisements in the most attractive form, save  iiiat.riiil, save  time, reduce expense,  and In dozens  of ways  increase the  efficiency and enhance the appearance  of his paper,- and in addition' give the  lob department all the advantages of  personal and    practical    supervision.  Hence it is no wonder that many a  careful and ambitious journeyman'sets  uefoie his mind, as tho goal of his de-  5,11��. Hie aim of ono day   being   the  editor ai d proprietor of a paper of his  own; nor Is it any wonder, that in the  Canadian West, the land of opportunity for printers  as well   as farmers,  such aims  are    frequently    realized.  I'ho number' of newspaper proprietors  w'io arc practical printers Is the cqm-  pletest proof of the ..fact.  Of such-a class Mr. W. J. Hunter',,  the editor and proprietor of thb Saskatchewan0 Reporter, isf a 'typical instance. - He has been in the "west for  nearly' twenty,. ,years, having come'to  Manitoba as a boy in 1S7S'   His parents, settled at Emersonji   and there,  when school days were over, and .ihe  boy had tb, select his life work,"he decided .to.,learnt the printing' business.  He-.served as devil  ono the Emerson  International,, subsequently riioving to  Portage la  IJrairie,  sticking type' on  the'newspapers of- that place'. '��� In 1893'  he-went west to Edmonton, and-fojA  ten yeara remained on .the staff of the  Bulletin,- the .paper    owned by Hon.  Frank Oliver.    Ind the ..course of the  rapid growth of th'e,Bulletin in 'recent  years, Mr.   'Hunter    acquired a very  valuable journalistic experience, which  promises to stand him<in,good stead  now.that he'ls In business for himself.  l_ast -year he saw > an opportunity of  establishing a new paper.    The country ^to the east of Edmonton, was rap-'  idly filling up, and,the,influx of immigration was .building'up the old- trapper"-fort,  Fort Saskatchewan,  until it  had prospects of being a good commercial and, agricultural centre. ' So Mr.  Huntervbbught a plant and set to work  to'publish the Fort Saskatchewan Reporter.'   Its success has more than; justified; his enterprise. -   Already it has  become a. newspaper o����nio're than*'Or-  dihary 'influence,.    Its ,'circulation*1, is  eacti( week 'increasing, its advertising  p'atrdnage.Js becoming corresponding-'  ly., important,  and- its , comments  on,,  local' and 'general A events,"are each'  week'.looked, forward to',with interest  by its'e'verdwidening'tcifcle of readers.'  A,Mr." Hunter's success is ,'well deserved.^ It .is but the replica of many, another' such-" story of energy and faith  that the-people Lof the-West feel i in,  their country. ,,As*the days go by, aud  -the'West becomes,more populous and  more productive, it is but reasonable  to believe that'.the Reporter will occupy a< more important place In the  minds of'the people among whom it  circulates, and that Its editor will hold  a more important   place   than he at  present occupies in the estimation of  the residents of Northern Alberta. ,  OVERALLS  and        y  '  y  Working Men's  Garments.  , ��� -- .'   ,       r*.  ���   (    ' UNION  MADE..'        "  All -Your   Friends���Farmers, 'Miners,  ,   ..Railroad' Men  and. Mechanics ������  Wear Them. '    ���  'ASK FOR AND INSIST^ON GETTING  King of the ROAD  A1-'1'   ���' BRAND:.  This falling of your hair!  Stop it, or you will soon be  bald. Give your hair some  Ayer's Hair Vigor. The falling will stop, tho hair will  grow, and the scalp will be  dean and,- healthy. Why be  satisfied with poor hair when  you can make it rich?  ." H** !'*l,,r ninrly Ml cam. out.   I then tried  ���iir.?."...   lr vl|��arand only one bottle stopped  Juat -   '���-���'. - New.lmlr ciime In real tlilclc and  Sara  ���t a llttlo curly."���"Mis."  -ratoRa. N. Y.      i        ^v"  >,a bottlo.  '' ���-Kl_t��.  for  L.  M.  Smitu,  J. O. ATXR CO.,  Lowell,   Maa��.  air  Poor, Watery Blood.  THE CAUSE OF PIMPLES AND ALU  DISFIGURING ERUPTIONS���DR.  WILLIAMS* PINK PILLS THE    ,  ONLY CURE. ,  Poor,, watery blood���pale'blood���is  the cause Of every pale complexion.  Bad blood���blood filled with poisonous Impurities���Is the cause of every  bad comp-lexion. Bad blood is responsible for eruptions, and pimplos,  and torturing, burning, itching eczema. These troubles can only ue  cured through the blood, - and the  only medicine that actually 'makes  new blood���rich, pure health giving  blood���is Dr. Williams' Ivink Pills for  Pale People. The new blo>_- which  these pills make reaches every organ  and part'of the body. It clears the  complexion, banishes pimples and  eruptions, and ��� brings health,  strength and happiness. Miss Llzzio  Lobslnger, Carlsruhe, Ont., says:  "Dr. Williams' Pink Pills is the best  medicine T know of for cleaning the  blood of Impurities. My blood was  In a bad condition, and as a result 1  was not only weak and run down,  but was troubled with pimples and  eruptions. I tried several medicines,  but they did not help me. Then I  was advlsd to take Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills and these soon relieved mo of all  my troublos. I can recommend the  pills to anyono suffering from bad  blood."  Bad blood is the cause of nearly  every disease that afflicts humanity.  It Is because Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  make new, rich red blood that they  cure such troubles as anaemia,' heart  palpitation, headaches and backaches,  rheumatism, ��� neuralgia, indigestion,  kidney and liver troubles and ailments of girlhood and womanhood.  Dut you mupt get the genuine pills  With the full name, "Dr. Williams1  Pink Pills for Pale Peiple," on the  wrapper around each box. Sold by  medicine dealers everywhere or sent  post paid at 50 cents a. box or six boxes for ?2i50 by writing the Dr. Williams* Medicine Co.,.Brockville, Ont.  A well known suburbanite who had  been greatly troubled by tne depredations of a neighbor's goat^as^'driven  to desperation one .day when he learned''that '.iae, animal had, consumed a  favorite red flannel golf coat of his.  Determined on the goat's destruction,  he emploj'ed an unscrupulous small  boy-who,, lived in the neighborhood-to  secure him to, the railroad track jus.  before the, daily express,, was" due.  Some days.afterward a friend inquired  with interest if tho goat had been effectually disposed 'of. "Not' ou your  life." was the disgusting answer; "that  goat has a charmed life. He coughed  up that red golf coat of mine and flagged... the train." - ,.     .  HOW'S THIS?  We oiler Ono Hundred Dollnn> Kennrd for anv caw  orOUirrli that c/inuot be cured b) llall'i- OJtarrh  Cllre F. .1. CHENKYA CO.. Toledo  O.  Wo. tho iinderdgn>-d.rli��io known F. J Chenor'ror  the lint H.t.MMi >eui->. aad bellme him iwrfoitl. hon  enable in nil bimuM* ���tan��avtlon��, mid UminLi^lly  able to euro out uiiv ot.ll_:iUions made  by  1m��  Him  (. '\\*___.DI-.0. Kl_.NAN A MABTIN,  Wholesale Uruiigi-U, Toledo. O.  llall'n Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, acting ill  r.'<tl\ uiKin tho blood and luucoil-" ��iirtat.c�� of llie  M_tilin iTe-tluiomiili wnt free, l'rlto. 160. p��r -ut  tlo     bold 11} all UriL-Klsiu. 1  Take Hall'--Mi'i'I'J I'll!" for conrtliuitloa >   '  Old Parly:���Were you named after  your father? I.ittle Fletcher���Sure!  He's lots older'than I am.  Minard's Liniment Lumberman'sFrlend  "Tell* me, Harry," said May Bright-  ley's admirer to her, young brother,  "who is this other fellow that's been  calling on your sister?" "I don't know  his name,;* replied Harry. "I used to  call him 'April showers." "What for?"  "Because he brings May flowers."  A Patroness���"I've decided to patronize your store," she said, condescendingly; "everybody says you l^eep.  such pure drugs and ajl that Yes,  madame,'.',replied the new: drugs 1st.-  "we are particularly careful to supRly  ohfy the best. What can I dp for you,  madame?'.' "Give me a two-cent stamp,  please."  Use, Lever's Dry Sonp (a pc^dert to  wash woolens aud flanueU.-you'll like  it. '���������" '���������' v*.  BRICHT'S DISEASE-INSIDIOUS! DECEPTIVE! RELENTLE88! h���� fpllefl hundred.,  of triiiin by medical sclenoi* to atepx tho tido of itn  'rn.nii". -and uot until South American Kidney Cure  promd bojond a doubt in power to turn back the  lido, mim there a uloam of anything but despair for  thu \ ictlm of thi! dread form of kidney dl_W-__.-6.  John Barber of the Pittsburg StooK  Exchange tells of a hustling young solicitor for a New York publishing  house. The youth was vainly trying  to sell a set of books to a Philadelphia  bunk cashier, and at hist got so exoited  ho accused the cashier of being slower  than molasses in January. "You people hero can't even eat snails!" ho said.  "Why not?" asked the cashier. "You  can't catch them," ,    ���  ENGLISH SPAVIN LINIMENT.  Removes all hard, soft or calloused  lumps and blemishes from horses, blood  spavin, curbs, splints, ringbone Sweeney, stifles, sprains, sore and swollen  throat, coughs, etc. _fave $50 by use  of one botle. Warranted the most iron.-  dcrful Blemish Cure ev.er known-  Mrs. Billus���Your prejudice against  your Uncle Hiram is beyond my understanding. Why, he's perfectly harmless. He Wouldn't hurt a fly. Mrs.  I-Iankiis���I know he wouldn't but does  a neat housekeeper like to have a man  of that kind around? A  BABY HUMORS.-Or. Ag^'s pigment  i-oothos, au loin, and ofloots Qoloka^id offootlye our(w  In all H.kln eruptions common to baby dyrloii teetl1-  Iiib time, it!_ harmlose tij tho hair In oae��_ <>f Scftld  .load, and pures Eczema, Salf iUioum wl all Siip  UI-oiu_oe of pldpr peoplo.   34 opn.^.���6(1  Mrs. Talker���at must he awfully  ���hard work thinking up hright things to  write all the time. Scribbler���Well. It  is; but the hardest part is getting  editors to think that they are bright  after they are written.  A short time ago .some men were  engaged In .putting up telegraph poles  on some land belonging to an ,old  farmer who disliked seeing his' wheat  trampled down, ��� according to, the veracious "Register," of Great Bend, Kan.  The men produced a paper' by which  they said they,had leave.to put tho  poles where they .pleased. T^g-old farmer went back and turned a"_arge bull  in'-the field." The savage beast made  after.the men, and the old farmer,  seeing them' running from the field,  shouted at the top of his voice: "Show  him the paper! Show him the paper."  ��� I cure'd a horse of .the Mange with  MINARD'S *I.lNIM_5N*lA.  CHRISTOPHER SAUNDERS.   '  ' Dalhousie!1 ��� A    ,   "  -, I cured a horse, badly torn by, a  pitch fork, -with" MINARD'S LINIMENT. ,.     .  St. Peters, C.'b. EDW."l1NLIEF.  I* cured a'horse of ,a "bad swelling  with MINARD'S LINIMENT."'  Bathurst, N.B.'THOS. W. PAYNE.  "Are you going to exhibit at the  horse/show this year?" "I don't keep  a' .turnout.'.', "What's that got to do  with i it?" "Why, I have nothing to  exhiliit." "Yoiiihave a new gown from  Paris, haven't .you?"    , * . .',�����  ',. A Purely Vegetable Pill'.���Parmelee's  Vegetable Pills .ire'compounded.from  roots, herbs and solid extracts of  known virtue In the treatment of liver  and kidney^" complaints and in, giving  tone to the system-whether enfeebled  by overwork or deranged'through-excesses ia living.* They .require no* testimonial. Their excellent qualities are  well known to all those who have used  them and they commend- themselves  to dyspeptics.and those.subject' to bil-  iS'ousness who are in quest of'a bene-  'iiclal medicine. *>  ,J      ''"..*A   "   ���  Master (to,youth being examined,in  English history)���With ��� what " crime  was Lord Bacon charged? .Youth (as  if by an inspiration)���With -writing  Shakespeare's plays. .  '     ���  To the rude question of a dissipated  passenger on board ship; "Why do you  wear that thing?" (a cross), he replied: "For the same reason that you  wear a red nose���as a mark of my  occupation."'  'Tis Well to Know a Good'Thing,  said Mrs. Surface to Mrs. Knowwell,  when they met in the street.' "Why,  where have you been for a .week  back?" "Oh, just down to the store  for a bottle of Dr. Thomas''Eclectrlc  Oil," and Mrs. Surface, who hates  puns, walked on. But she remembered,, and when she contracted a weak  back there was another customer for  Eclectric Oil.'  "Look here, -. butcher, this meat is  half bone." "You are mistaken, sir.  That is good meat." "Botheration!  Do you suppose I don't* know bone  when I see it? I say this'is bone!"  "Yes, certainly, that's bone. The bone  is bone, but the meat isn't. You said  the meat was half bone."    .  Time tries all things; and as Bickle's  Anti-Consumptive Syrup has stood the  test of years it now ranks as a leading  specific in the treatment of all ailments of the throat and lungs. It will  soften and subdue the moat stubborn  cough by relieving the irritation, and  restore the effected organs to healthy  conditions. Use will, show Its value.  Try It and bo convinced of its oftt-  caQy,  "There is no resisting that fellow  Jones," "What's ho up to now?"  "Bought his wife an automobile and  coaxed an Insurance company into  issuing a policy on her life."  Debit. ��� Fit cur* for KplkptT  ���_7_-   ckl  AtB    jm*.  suitor from  tAictleaf li th.ealt iuce��Mf-l  by ll>�� '  ">*��_.  AtotrK*.     It  ll   c��.M_ntw_fl7  joi_Gd*d to the ifiUoted.   If feu  Hn4r.   r��m��4y, *4d !��� ao*r uto4 _.  . _    . .  pbr-fclea. and 'fcoepltala Id   KvroM  i  f.Mri<n.     (t  ll   c��.M_ntw_fl7  FITS  Epilepsy, Fits, St. Vitus' Danse,  -.-T---____*- __���_���_-_ tt_.t tz ~JTiss* s fctspd I  : A ***����� T*1U. BotTU an<  CURED  or havp ohilorr-i or r-__l*"-_ t!_��t��c ��$, w. ��sc^r sft^apd that  l> afflicted, mat vara rot a r����x t��l_J_ BotiU an* t_y  It.   It will b- wnt by nail  prepaid       It    tu   ;ur__t  -wlit-re erarythlnff 6l*o hu  __Jlrd.  \Vh.n vrriUag- mnutloa  thl_ p*per, aad rlT*  lull  addrt-M    For lal* by all .IrurcliU.    The LleblgCo., l/S> KlogSt. W.,T��re_-t��.  PROTECT VOUR FOOD  WILSON'S  FLY PADS  KILL THEM ALU  AVOID    POOR���IMITATIONS  ���------ ��� ��� '."���+���.-  If a man's  wife  is  a  good  baliei% nothing  **. but the beat flour is good enough for her.  There can be  no greater, extravagance than the use of inferior flouci  Winchester Springs, Feb. 27th, 05. '-\  "I read about Royal Household, Flour which is purified by elec-tricity. , I also read about the woman paying  freight 25, miles before she would be without it. Royal  Household was not sold in our town, I was asking about,  it and my grocer told me to wait a day or two and he  would get some, and lam glad I did so. My wife is a  good baker and made good bread out of other flours, but ,  what she has now made out of Royal Household is so far  ahead that I would be willing to, pay, freight fifty' miles  instead of tw_enty-fiye, rather than go without it , There.  is no flour 'just as good' as Royal Household.".  ;  (Signed)   JOHN HENDERSON.  rl Now, ts there a single woman in' the whole country who^ after reading what  W3r. Hf*ndercen ��*y_. will not at once send for the Royal Household recipes and give  Royal Household Flour a trial. <  Mention this paper and address    V       , '  .   , "> '  THE OGILVIE FLOUR MILLS CO., LIMITED,'  "'"'-''/,     J'   Montreal:"', v   .. '���.;:/''  ' I    J     '  '   *.,'(-  "One more questioty pa," began little  Willie. "Now, see ijere!" fumed his  pa'.. Ta," ,,Willie "-hastened ,to ask,  "what' kind of glass are glass eyes  made ,of?" "W*hy7-er���looking glass,  li suppose. -Now, go to bSd."  .\W- N  U  No 533  TME-STOMAOH>S   "WeAL OR WOE��"-  EEL?hMl*- 5?" ,"wwl or wo��*" A Lo��"*-  ���mm* smb. p.rf��t dlw.tlo_k-i,0rf.ot digestion  me��i. .trom, kad.jtoH, ������, o.ntni���strong nervo  oantreimAn ,ood olro��l��ilo��. rich bloo-"_n_ ��oo<l'  hwlUt, S��a��"'l.--_*lo.nNerTlni.-mi_keB'aod keens  tlie itamach rlrtt.���42 '  Little' Tommy," aged six, one day  found four little kittens in the cellar.'"  His aunt came to pay him a visit, -and  being told of them, expressed a desire  to'-see'them. Tommy 'hastened to  bring them to her, and soon crying and  caterwauling j was , heard ��� in ' the hall.  .  a i- .__.'<,  "Don't hurt-thelliittles,.Tommy?:*."No,  mamma," said Tommy, "I'm carrying  them.-very carefully by their "steins,"  Minard's Liniment used by'Physicians,  , "And do you mean- to say, madam,  that you and your husband never had  any spats?" ,',"My husoand had a pair  once, sir, but he gave 'eiii to the boy  who sprinkled our grass." *  j'*-,  Why go limping-and, whining about  yonr corns-when a 25 cent bottle of  Holloway's Corn'Cure will, remove  them? Give It'a trial and you will not  regret it."- - ���    ��� .  '.'Well," demanded Abe Warden of  the prison, "what are you kicking  about now?" "I'm kicking' about this  striped suit," replied ihe new convict.  "All the silly,dudes are going in for  stripes now and it's a shame, to make  us wear 'em."   .    ''  LITTLE BUT SEARCHINC.-nr. Von S'nn"_  l'luc-applu Tnlilot. uro not' 1.1k nauMou. doi.i that  lontuln injurlouu drugf or.rmnjtflloii��� thoy ar_ tho  l.iiri. .C'KUt-lj.e popiln���tho medicinal oxtrflust from  thin l-jl3,ouB fruit, nnd tlio tablets are prepared in un  imlnti.blo'-form ns tho fruit it.olf. Thor ouro Indlge*  lion.   60 in a box. 30 contfl.���60     '�� '.  "It"makes me sick!" "What.does?"  "To see the fashionable women���members of the- 'smart set'���kissing an  ugly pug dog!"' "Well, why shouldn't  they?" "Why���why, great Scot,, man���  "Hold on. ��� Have you seen the men of  the -smart set'?',',,      ' "���  Ask for Minard's and take no other.  '��� 'V.i_?2a&|  ' '   ,�� jEll,  , ,       'r,.".  ,,l    .  -      ",A$w\  '-i."  Af-.-A-^-rl  ,f ,-J^?.'  ,. ,'-a(l_';>5l  A   I V 41  , y-"l-., a I  1 r t r. *;  ���  i .       - "��� _vi:,  - -.��iv. L  it, ;  . _r<I..' ��  ,. ,f1, t*t\  ..   .'4, ->'���'  -1 i" *c*a ri    jy   ,  " i'v:.^-1  i .   , ] .*>*.,  PAGE L  THE PAGE WIREdFENCE CO  Indaatraotlble, liandiame. Perfeot.   ' Only 25 oonta per rnnnlng foo*.  *tJ .j,"1 '7   '   Sa'pplied by aa or local dealor.  y    , h  LIMITED,     Walk��rvlll��,    Toranto,     Montreal  SM  - Winnipeg,  T V     >'tt  St. Johni  ! V    r'..i  ,i ������ * .fee-*--  ,1 -',>?**-:';  -' ' '��� . 3.A> ,-  i<-   ,   V'^i';  V %"-'t.i --  .i!;..^jjt',,t "7  ,, -.-" *__-'*,-_'/<''"'  . ' i. lVr-r*f 1  are the Best Months to Make Money Raising Chickens  Oliicks batched then grow more rapidly and require less care than  at any time of year, and the knack of running' tho business successfully  is acquired under the most favorable circumstances.  One good Hay or June hatching -will bring out a brood of chicles  that sell about October 1st for enough  to pay for an  Incubator  and  , another batch can then be started that -will get the chicks out in timo  for the Christmas market.   The next batch -will bo ready forcthe March  ' , and April market, ' 'broilers'' commanding the very highest market prices.  A good Incubator is the foundation  of real success in  poultry raising! bringing the whole matter from guesswork to certainty.    We furnish you with a i? '  ' '  No Cash to Pay  Until Fall, 1905.  on easy terms.   No cash to pay until November, 1905.    By that time it should havo paid for itself.  Nothing else raised on a farm pays like this, anel the beauty of it all is that the women folks or, children can  easily attona to the very small amount of work there is to be done. Ilalf an'hour or so a day is all the time  required.  Getting tho right Inoubator is pretty nearly tho wholo thing. Tho Chatham is the  safest and surost Inoubator made. It does the trick ; 100 per cent, hatches every time  if the eggs are fertile. Rather than go into details of construction here, we will print a'  fovr out of,many hundreds of testimonials :  Brlf hton, Ont., April 15th, 1905.  Tht Uanwa 0_.mpMl Co.,  Chatham, Out. ,  Dear Sir,���! told you when I received mr Incubator  and Brooder that I would let you know what sucocua  I had with my Bret hatch. When th. Incubator arrived I went and got tggt to put In It, and aa I waa  anxious to t��t It etarted I took all the cgps I could  from the party, and he hail only enoujrh >o I couM  not pick them over. There were _nme email ones and  ���owe long and narrow, and a> 1 afterward, found out  he vai keeping twenty-seven hens with one cockrel,  to they did not look very rood on the start. I put  fifty-six e(frs Into the Inoubator and followed the In.  ���tractions clo��ly, and I rot fifty ohlcka, Uo liavinff  died In the shell, which I think Is (Irst^clasa. They  are all strong and livel,  the 100 ill* instead  with sixty whlU Wyandott eggs  tell me where I could Ret a good poultry paper,  ���oincthlnclLhat would suit a beginner.  Yours trul v,  K. II. BAP.AGER,  Box 234. Brighton, Ont  , P.S.���I would rathrr attend to an Incubator than  one hen now. There 1�� some satinfactlon in knowing  that If you look after Ihem ) ou v. ill get chicks.  ly.    I am aorry I did not order  I the 60.    I have it now filled  1 wish you could  Valens, Out., April 15th, 1006.  The Manion Campbell Co.,  Chatham, Ont.  Dear Sir,���The incubator that wp purcha.ed frotr.  rou on tha 18th Jan. l��_t Is certainly a dandy. Out  of a No. 2 incubator *ith 83 fertile etrrs I cot 70  chickens, and they are all stronR and healthy. I  used 1. pallons of oil. I think ther. Is no better  inoubator in tbe world.  Yours truly,  MIIS. JOHN ROBSON.  Valens P.O., Ont.  MJkNSO.V  C J. _ I TBI-IX.  We have similar letters from every Stato in tho United States, and every Trovinco in tho Dominion.  Every Incubator wo put out is the best kind of advertising wo do, for it sells many others for us by its never-  failing results.  Tho Chatham is built on honor, and it3 construction and workmanship are aa perfect as  an experience of fifty years and ample capital can make, thorn.  Tho Chatham was tho first Incubator made that was good enough to admit of its makers  taking chances that it would mako its cost for the poultryman before it was paid for.  Don't imagine for a moment that it is any longer possible to make big poultry profits by  sotting hens:    As hatchers hens aro as out of date as stone hatchets.  i ' ���      If these erratic, uncertain birds are kept busy'egg-laying instead "of- wasting tlieir time  ._ Betting, tho poultryman will pocket a good many extra dollars in profit.  If you want to, get full particulars on the subject and learn all the details of successful  Incubator hatching.and profitaiblo poultry raising send to-day for our superbly printod book,  " How to Make'Money Out of Chicks." . It's FREE.  '   ,   Send for it now. ������,.-'  FREE  BOOK.  A Complete  Oulde  to Poultry  Profits  THE MANSON CAMPBELL CO-  Dept. 35 CHATHAA1, ONT.  Limited  Distributing Warehouses at Montreal. Quo., Brandon. 5Ian.. Calgary. Alta., Kcw Westminster. B.C., and Halifax. N.S.  .,.  . Factories at Cuatham, Ont., aud Detroit, Mich. .  Also Manu-tMturei- of the famous CHATHAM FANNING MILL3 AND CHATHAM FARM SCALES.  15  Si. ujj 'i-��--.v**'-t)ii.Mi^3v^t��rr.-;-!3]  . A.-^-v. y..'.\A';.- vd 1   l-  . j-.__. _i. > "!����� -ranwiBrajBSsfflossBsaiiiuu^^  eiij'gpws'yi'wsww^pvaaa  _..����"P     Ti'rnl?rI^      r^riPl)        i      Wlwn a   man   gels   uld   ei.oug.i   to    iSM        _     s g\ AS. fi Tl  iu- Munfl huMi i.,,,,,.,,.^,;,���..���:,������,,;������if,nat Is Oood for Sore Throa  and Hoarseness?  -    - A  ~      ~ ", son young enough lo tinuk be does:��� j  Published in tbe inter..',! of the people   Mont,^   gtar.  of Moyie *nd Cist Kootenay. '  .���.     r. .r. ->*.iv_*n _. co..  rultilSlUTh.  BATES OF VJUSCI'.-I-.IOJ*.  ' The "wo!-." liiKs" purcliabed recently for the Sj'oSwiino ioo ha\e turned,  'gut ly be jiict iLtiu, ordinaiy,   cvei,)-  O i_ Yesr. .  ftALURDAY, .ll'A'!   *mx , d.iy cbyotos  I'./-..,  We itre often a.ked Lli it (jues'ion, and wo h ive   several   pu-pv.i-i-  ti-iiio that are bvueficnil.    Ono of tbe bt-st we think io  BR. SCOTT'S R-77.  It cures lIoir.san"e,<-, r*ui jvi>s  Sjteness   and   breaks   up"a ^Cold.  Costs 5'J cents a bottle at tbe  I. O.O. F.  IVildey I.ixlge X<>.  14.  .Meets every Tuesday evening in their j  hall on Victoria (.licet. .Sojourning !  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  A. G. MoKjniorSE,      I*. J. Smyth,    '  Noble Grau'd. .Spcr'y.     ,  fXs  as  as  ��s  as  ass  __._-._ ^^��_^ ^^ ^ ��        '$  e     tt^ a     -sjwfc. *>=? ^^u.^__   _c__._e__ _��__ 9  i 5_-03--ie  liners'   Union! w  MOYlC  UNION.MADE Clothing a Specialty  & Wolsey Unshrinkable Underwear  To amalgamate &r nrt amalgamate t P. O. Drug and Stationery Store,  seems jto be Hie   (xu-'fi'iun  confronting |  SILVER AND LEAD.  _<  I   5.  V  I.  The |ate  Right Hon.  YV. E. Gladstone ' the    =eveial    jCootonay    mineowners  ence   said:   -���Kotliin. except   the mint   _,,ho &n qqw -m lb(j eagt_  can wake  money without advertising * p  Tlii. is w!.y Gladst_:_c  is rcnrisnibereti  ss the Grand-Old "i"aii    ��� 'Some  men   are   b^rn   to  greatness;  With ln,cl: their lives begin.  And tome achieve   distiuctiun,  < ' '    ���                                And others jus-.-'butt in."  One year  ngo  silver  iu, N_.w Yi rk ���        ��� ***"���   ������  iJ a   ��� i ���  ,w,ie quoied at fi.) \ cenls". mid loud in If Czar Nidi ohm is wise, ho -will  Loudon at. ��11 10-." Ti.d_i_'�� quota ..r-'iit a constitution conferring popi,i-  .ioris *rc: silver    S!l|   and   lend   _C12','litr rep'roaenfntion and conlsol al onq ,  'Win. ��� It, will be -"eon that butb  metals , Otherwise ho will have a revolution on  S. K HABVIE,  Prescriptions carefully prepared.  PltOrillE.Oll.  ��� No.'71 'W. F. of M.'  '  Meets in McGregor hull every  gatur-  dny  evening.     Sojourning   members  ' are cdidially invited to attend.  9  Hiivunctd matcriallv ,in price tlurinj.-  tiie ->ye. r., The , advance , bus been  tieady and   bat.   been   brought  about  hid  hands.  Canada does not consume as  much  by,   tbe  il'atural   law  of  supply nn(i | |e-ul as tlie United States according to  .demand.   The outlook io, llie    buna- 5 1,er P?P^tion. _ If she did she   would  Ubn-   lead    __.inu-_wne.-a   , was  never I n&��? ~2'000 K>n8,. ^��H\y 'instead   of  ���brigliler.'   In , tbe, lint   place,   ihe jou*-v AOOCHuns as ic now the case,  United Slaics is consuming iubr<e  lead .' ..-*����� - f  ' 1>. IlAllEl-BOSCir,  i      President.  CROW'S NEST STEAM  Tnos. E. Kjeilt,  Secretary  3SOYIE AERTE NO. 855  ��S  and W. L. Douglass' Shoe?.' ^  _f^^i_--_:_5|-  NONE   BETTER ON  I'lJTE M"AHKET.   ' ^  Trunks, Valises, Suit Cases, Hat3, Etc,   S  *^";S:^:^^s^'^^**,����-,>*--v**:*''**-:*-'":;;��'' '!;;ik'  .i��/  . thon     bbo     is   producing,   and   her  i ' ,  production is on   the decn.'&'-e r.uhcr  than   the   increu.e..   In  Abe  second  jilace the German and J3.1tiiiiin suit  ��r_>  look 16'Canada for^tbeii h-ail. an_)  ���eo anxious are they, to get it that  they  4i��-e willint: fo pay a higher price   than'  "' -.be lpcal siiieheis for it. At o.ie time  ���they rtceived   their supply   fiom  tbe  ' Broken IIi_l miccs In .'Austr.din, bul  ���as we understand these mines are -no  longer worked   to   any   grdaE  extent  i   This being tlie case  Canada with 'her  .'-enormous    bodies of  load ami  silver  ore will be looked to for a   good  iior-  tiou of tbe> world's supply in future.  As a dehgbtftil place to spend a few  weeks ' of the, hot summer mon thi  .Moyie, has every   otlier, tow.n , in' I lit!  ,.    Kootciiays "skiuntd.a   rnile."    Moyie  It i J i   -  is fast 'becoming a favorite summer  resort, and there .will be more people  here, this ye ir than ever before.  There are'chicken   thicvis   in   oui  midst,    i  Moyie'a  brighter.  futme     .never      looked  May 2-Jtb is too early in the season  foria colebiation u iu -. the, lvnotenays.  Moyie trhid it for severaj years'iind  was'foiccd to' give it up. ' This year  was no exception to llie rule, for ,it  liiiicd and even,snowed on that 'day.  Tbe Fernie and Kuslo celebrations  wero hampered grea.ly by the inclement weather. ��� ,  The ���. Engles ' will   capture   Grand  -��� I s'  Forks next', weekv.'j=-,issirss=r?'  . ' Now f.'ir a long   pull  nnd  a strong  , -j   ,,        ,   , , '        v  puil for a big  ce-lebration on  Dominion   Day.,  .  ^��.  *       '  -   .   - . i  ���    'J'he Czar of itussi.t-'has   nearly as  much trouble on'his  hands   as   John  v i - '  Houston has these days.  Jus.1 What Kv-uiy ouo Should" Do,  Mr.,-J. 'JA Barber of Jrwinville, Ga.,  il'ways keep a bottle of ChaniboiIain's  Colic, Cliolcra and Diarrhoea icemedy  at band ic.idy lor instant i>iise. ' At-  tucks of colic, ' cholera morbus and  diairboea come "on so suddenly thai  lucre is no time to' bunt a doctor or  go 'to .thu. store for medicine. Mr.'  Barber says: "I have tried ^Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea  Remedy which' id one "of"the best  'Remedies I ever .saw. ' I kec'p' a  bottle o(f it in-my room as I have had  several attacks of colic, and it has  proved to bo the best ''medicine I ever  used."   Sold b'y S. K. Harvie. \.< ,.  .._&��� t.^  v�� ;.  ��Va'  "-'V-'V.fl.    ,--_N  Those   who   rushed   in   and. purchased   laud   at  Port  Smipoou     will  t -  , now have plenLy of timo   to ail down  and rellcct.  Speak a good word for and giyo  Moyie's new band every encuuiage-  ruenl.   It is a valuable acqui.-ition   to  lhe lowu.  .��* ���  The St. Eugene is earning ou an  average uearly $S0,000 a month for its  ���owners. In 'tlie .nugunge oi the  .Bowery, "\vegui_6S tbio is poor."  BOMfwnn  For Prospectors and  :. iuers-  ~-*^��_2��5_  Churoli Services.        .     '  PunsiiYTJiEiAK���In the Oddfellows  Hall. Su/iiiay School at 3 p, in A Evening    serviee   at  7.I10.  Eveivone wi.lcome.  C. MeDIAIlMID, Pastor  '   Metuoi-IST���Sunday School at 3 p  m.   Evening beivioe at 7:30 ,0'cloek.  Everyone welcome. ���'  D. M. PEKLEY, B, A.3 Pastor.  Solid leather!* in. Mincrs'oi iVo���  pectors' Boots, undo v.itli iiiitfii.'e  counter.', w.ilcipr..of elnoiiie .-ui".i !cjr,  best veal kip, \* \ ,mp .md f i'i bi 1-  lnws tongu.- to llie to;i; a Ith-d toe  J.i��t with double sole ,i-i.l t-lip. K'on-  ���dike  eyelets and  hooks-     Pinclicil!..  ,   MINERAL   ACT.  (I'OKM   F.)  Ci:iRTl'ICATE   OF   I.MrP.OVElIENTS.  NOTICE.  Molli-l-iiton "Muicti-I C'litim, sili_fttc in the  I'ort Stcilu MmuiE Dn isloii ol __ii_t lCootcnftj'  llistuct.  Whan? located���Oil oust side ol Lo^cr Moi-ic  hike. '   ���  Take notice that I, Tlios. T. jreViltie, I". Jr. C  No. B7.710. .\s_iit for I* ... McMnlion, Free  Miners' C iTlifirn'o Xo. UMl-iOl, inteud si\t\  ilini f.-om dull, lieronf 10 npi.ly to tlio Alluiui;  Iiei'Ot.lei Ioi a Certificate of Improvement. for  llie puipow of ol-Uuuins a Crov.:_  Graiuof the  ftl.O\0  I'llflll,  Ami ,'nrrhei tnki* notice Hint notion, under  sei'tum .17, musi lie coniiii.'nceil hefoie tlio is-  ^llHn. e of snr-n Curtilieule ui Iint.roveincnt _.  U.itcd this J I'll day of _>ru>, A. JLl. l'.n)5.  ���JUGS. T. .McVITTiE.  St.   Joseph's   Convent,  NELSON, 13. C. |  jdourdiug and Day School  conducted by tlie Sifters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B.   C.      Coniincrci.il    and    business  course, a  special ly.    Excellence  and | ~       sv.ift  progress  cbaiacicaizc  each  de-I  parlinent.    Parents  should   write   for ,0. P. DEaAULNTKIi.  p.u ticuiitr-.    Ono niontli  nssiireis  the!  pubh'*  of   tbe   thoroughtic&s   of   the'  Si.iers' nioihnds   of teaching.    Terms   555  coiiiin. nt e January,   Ajnil   and   Sept., ]  Pupils aie adiiiitle'd diiriuu l.ern..  FOB TIIE'EXC AGE MENT ,  , Wo are showing >a   moot  charming  line of A ;       ' ,  v,     diamond" ni-CGS  lor engagements or for piesontation on  birtlulsfy or,any other.oecassion, Thoy  will make a plensiug and very accepl-  gift at any tinio.;  ,  ,   ��� .      ��  ' W. F. TATE & 30N.  Graduate Optician,.,    CIlANHRObli'.  CRANBROOK,    ',     . ��� B. C  l  1 >  FIRST CLASS   WORK.  , We Neither    Patronize  or  Employ Chine-Be.  'Leave Work with    -  .Meets   Every   Wednesday at  S V. M  E A. HILL,  Worthy. Pies.  J.,II. HAWKE,   '  Woi thy 'Seei'y.  A. B. STEWART & CO  'Harvey/  &    McCarter,  . .      j  ]    Barrislers, Solicitcrs, Notaries, Etc.  'I ;        ~  t' *-     c  \Cranbrook,   -'.-���   B. C.  . h    1 * 1  s,    ^_--i  PJ F. JOUJS'SIOJV  S This Hotel is New and well Furnished, The �����  Tables are Supplied with the 'Best the  ,  Mar&et affords. The Bar is Filled with  ' .the Best-Brands of Liquors and Cigars,  HEADQUARTERS .FOR COMMERCIAL   '��� j  AND MINING MEK'   ',    '";,    ������'.''        ���*  ��   MOYIE    , ���,"'���'        ���C   '    ��� ~ I- Bm.TI,SII Ct_l.U3I__.I_-.     y.  ��-&ee<^ass���*sss$e���*e*''?<^c���Geee333*5Sf.s^ ',  if.��  nm  M  ASSAYJBSlff*  NELSON,  15. C  W. F. GURD, ,  1    ' , I i'i 'f  '   UAilUISTKIl, SOT_ICITOK,.l_TC.  CRANBROOK.'    /r     , "-    '    'P. C  ,    Wholesale" Wine .  **  .and; Spirit Mer-   *  ,\ -  c'liant.*'   ..  *' -        ,'-   *- i��  Agent for Calgany Brewing Co.'s  Beer, Ale' and Porter.  A _' -���*���  T. Label"-!- Co.'s1'   v'4 "'        " ' ���    ,., i  DR. F. B. MILES,  ,'. '..Zl'SKr^.-IST.A A  < ' ,,. ,    '-. A''  ������"   l ���  "*  * v      ' ���.'���".  Cranhrook; :.\   : - B, 0.  f *��t^_-r_m??-1���^.^^Tl^^^Jt, ��-��wg^iigCTww��ggaawBaiia fe=r^ffgyr7MV1-i^^^^/^^  ! >  s 5 i  ���'  ��� Keg Beer, Bottled ' ���  Beer   and. Porter;"  ",   always1 on .Hand'.' a  *'    -'*     i    , y  '    ... *. ;* '-*  , , . ._- ',  I " f '   r_  ". - . V  1 ... t '  JOSEPH NIEUERSTADT,       Prop,-,  Tbe leal thing to invest in ,uow is  Real Estate, ,'  You are not making a'-fhuncc spec-  - -    A- * '  ulaliou when  you  bny"-!bta eotith^'of  Cr anhr 6 6k: A"- yy.'  Make your Money .eaih^you   Money��  JOHN HUTCHISON/f  SOLE  AGENT.  Masonic Block. CRANBROOK.  CHRIS. NIELSEN,  (MOYIE )  ' ,Geucral ngeut in "British  .Columbia for:  ���      LIQUID   ELECTRICITY,  MAGNETIC COMBS,  ASBESTOS LAMP WICKS.  -  Eor  further   particulais    regarding  tbeoe goeds call un or wi ito,  PF-EST'PHOTO CO.  Ckanbiiook and Movie.  iir.Ai i:it in*  P  Baited  a bU  wiroi.Et-.MK AN'n jiniAir.  Hay and Grain.,   v  a Calgary  chlitz *ar  1 ���' '  i  . ' 0  Foreign and   Domestic Wines/Liquors  ' .     and Cigars,o.   "       A-  "'''���:'CRANBROOK^ ��� ���  '.\.*"E.&; &W7ME,  v  ,', ' ' -,       >'     - _ r      .'  Cigars,       Tob.ic'cQs,'   ' Confectionery,  ' Eruils,' Etc. A"  - <    '    *   _ vi   '   . - -   '  FARRELL BLOCK, Victoria.Sl,.,  I'arfoer Shop^  And  Bath Room^.-      -  ' In STONE Building.  . i. Fiist Class Woik:  Batiis open   every day.  a, l: franklin  J   tt'-   ��� > :' - -  George ,H. Thompson, .  r Baiuustku, SoLrciTon,' No  '    lary Public, &e.   '   _' A  ��� ���- -     ���     " ,*   i. i  CRANBROOK,      Beitisii Co'iuiiDiA  pUYyfOUR-   {i  ,   .    '   . 'i    i>  (FROM  '     - >   -\ ���     '       .        ���'   f   ,"  'A. B. Stewart 8c Co.v  raiacG;-; -SaKer-y,  '.   '   ,'*Bread,'-Pie's, Cakes,  Etc. t"     ���  l , Twelve Loaves $1.-  i  R.. T'.\ HOWA-RD;'*AProp.'  9FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO' TO  IF YOIJ HAVE A  , LOT TO 'SELL, ���     '  ' A HOUSE TO RENT,  MINING STOCK TO   SELL  Or if you wish to invest  in any of these consult  FARRELL'^ SMYTH.  MERCHANT   TAILOR  Fine  'Suitings,    Overcoating  Trousers,   Imported    Goods.   ,  MOYIE,  B. C  ���TIiI_-  ALI  THE    TIME.  l.Y 'USING  lii'liotruciiblo.  dealers.  c  Eor r.iio i.y an good _ MEAT     HEROHANTS  i       Fii-sh   atid Cmcd IMcats, Fresh  !       Pith, Game   an I  Poultry.    We  i  I       tupjily   only   the, bc^t.     Your  i  trade spliciti-.d,  MA.I-KSiTS '���       '  la   all   the .Principal  Cities and.    Towns   in  A. GRENIER,  Aiiiiii.gs Made to Oulir,  r.n.l Ujibol .torinj; Done  iu First C!as.s Style.  KAKOFACiiiEEI) r,*v  . >��4  British Coluin'bia  Seattle, Tacoma  ASH   ALL  mOMI'T   ��__!_!VERY. PadflC "     CO_lSt     POlfltS  ausons'Aye.       MOYIE st-  Paul.^Chicago,   New  York  AND  ALL   POINTS   EAST i  P.ilice  and Touii.t   Slecpcs,   Bufi'.l,l  Library cars, Modern Day coaches     i  Dining   curs,      Me-als  a Ln Carte.  Best Meals on Wheels  f|   Fast   Overland ifk  /���train's;, daily ��  For Tickets,. Rates,   Folders  and  DESAULN-IIUI UliOS,    rrovs.'  ���i .  Lar^e sample room in' connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of accommodations. '       :  t *  Headquarters  for   Commercial and Min ing Men.  I  S  _  !  ��� i  i  i.  Yoiir Money Back if Tk"aare": Not  ���'������*"    '. Satisfied..' '.' .���  ���  ��     . I . >    ,, ,  'I L1 1' ,1   ��        , ,       1  This ^sentence'has a~Jworld of meaning  > -,'   "    '     " "   i     ,,    "���    '     , ' ���* i ��� ��� ������',.     ',  when hacked bv a reliable house.  i  V-  ,'..',.    Il, means thai ivc'liundlc.the  bust .  ���B goods*that'money can buy.' A .,.,;  ���    ��� .,  -   '    Itv means-that our'Men's' Wear  '  must   be' pcifcct    litters   arid   ���goody-  wearers.- ;      ',"  '   *      '   '" '  ��� '  , a       > '���,  ��� It nicans that the best material niid A "  .   skilled wOrkme'n'aio 'employed.   '   . '  - ** '- v-   ��� ' '     ,  Ad -,It means UOW PRICES, because in < 2  ,handling good goods .we' do , not have,"  -.to chargcexira to make up for. losses.  .A^ItjiVe'ans   tliat  Y*0U/ ARE; PRO-"  '* TJEGTED   .IN .-EVERY,   'WAY    be'^ '*  1      ...' i S ' <-      r  causeyou,can get j-our money, back il >  ������ "you are not satisfied.' '   'J-*'j-     ',,r  -   ,-il means lhat we "have tli'o   cdufi-    -��  , i        *i* i       h      , '-  ,  < donee oI7o,-per cent,,,of ,vthe   working A"  ,'   men 6f ibis disuict, and-wc ,aro  after    *  . '* L t I '      ' U ��� .  the" other 2o.per cent.  ���I  s  'V  ��� ���������:.!;������  John l'lnk1  Z_i_Sgg's___^.....-...V.....',--.^>^j;r.'ri.uWYr'.-7^lt  ��p.Bi.'Sisia'fue  rvi  EAGLE HALL.    TWO NIGHTS. JUNE. 5th and Gib.  Reseivid Seals at P. 0. Drug Store.  QUEENS  AVENt'E,  MOYIE,   B. C.  L  T. V. LOWNEY, Prop.  MINERS' HEADQUARTERS.    'Phis l.ote-1 is  close   to  the  mines,  and   bus  every Coiiv.nicnco for Working Men.  . South Victoria St,  Cranbrook,  B, C.  W, -R. BEATTY  (limited )  eEA^BRflo:  \?  :ii'.-r and Undertaker,  '_  VANCOUVER,' B. C.  il  I.AttCil'AK*' _,,-  rou.EAET Ko  OTKNAY    P  .CRANBROOK.  Full  inforniatijivcall on   or   ad-  . dress any   Orf at Norilicrn Agent  or write .  ���  S.'G. YEKKES,     If, BRANDT,  Prices Given  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything  in the Printing  Line at the  MOYIE.  ________  i  n  Wholesale Wines, Liquors  and Cigars.  CRANBROOK, British Columbia,  A. G. r. A.  C. I'. ._ T. A.  '���eattle,        701 W. Rivi rsidc   Ave  -  SpskaiK-, Wa?hi-ngion.  n1  -. ���  A  P'  u.  O.  We handle everything in the Hardware line.  Also Cumberland blacksmith's coal, powder,  fuse and  -c:  Vi-


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