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Array \  \  /A  L  A   i  '     0  VOL. 3, NO 47-  VEGETABLES  The first shipment of Green Vegetables  arrived last Saturday," and the next will  arrive to-day. Green Onions, Rhubarb,  Lettuce,   Celery, Asparagus,   etc.   Send.  in your orders early, ������-��� * X'X  The *��^iifl*.Lea*a*^,*'''Aj^iJ��t; Shoe  Y   is'guarante^  ST. EUGENE IS  Al 85 CENTS  i     _________ f      '  the Stock Is Soar-  ,'     - '''      .. -       '  ing of Late.  LOCAL NEWS.  AM IT -MAY G01GM  ' r  It Has Advanced More Than  20 Cents a Share Bur-;  ' iiig The Past Month;''  THE  .0 ra'nbrobk'  l'f__f * cnmogKiBfflCH  ?:BaNK'  ff��Xl&^XA^^X��^X'^' '-  ' '"'^f^pJ-L-ftVa'ndCranbrooTc'BtrectB. A,    - ��� - *���        " ; ' '  ^V'^XF i0XTvWANTJ  policy,'  to'secure a-  Y?* ."iO'V '^^;;y;^y"Y^-,y y.;#^\  *?�� Y��p^.f 1 ������ 1 ly Xl&'i .tyfi^ifii*  1 -.-. r- "0   "*   '<*cr��M  ..pKA>BKuOIiail- -*.  ���^  -      - ���_>���**���"���,     ���*-�� <*        "I     -       fr��  _Y  ���-*#  Y  vKOYlS'B^  :: goldIn:west..soap  golden west sdap- \  6BABB-----TOB---;.-'-����o;  J. W. FITCH  r*rf*I l��t--��Z-&  MOYIB'S -LEADING   HOTEL.  Hotel Kootenay  ���The best of accommodations  for the Traveling Public -  Billiard Rooan.  ,.- Within tbo past five 'year,  at least,  no mining stock in British ' Columbia  has risen in value faster' than <that p.  tho St. Eugene Mining company, says  "the tfe'isoa  Daily   Riiwa."   As  late as  six months ago it could have been purchased below 50 cents a share, <- It is  quoted locally at 85 cents and few, are  found "ready   to 'sell \*l   that   price,  The>tock  has  advanced   more   than  20 cents a share in the last month.    ,  ' While the  explanation  is. probably  to ,be   found chiefly, in  the-known  value of the property; and   the/ excelr  lent results of'the  operations  during  th*? past two years, it is   not improbable    that other  circumstances  have  contributed, to the rapid advance. ,   , ;  The St. Eugene compan/ was  capitalized at $3,500,000.    The Canadian  Coniwlidated, .Mining' and .Sriielting  company whose assets include, the  St.  Eugene, War Eagle, Centre Stai,' aud  Trail smelter add "refinery,  is  capita-  hied at .$5;000,006. ��� /The company,has  offered, its stock' in - exhange' foi   St.  Eugene   seoct,  taking  the lattery at  6*6**.''-"     ���''     .. " r���-    ,''     -,'���*     ���'"  '   Tha value of.85 cents a  share, now  placed on  St.'Eugene/-indicates* that  the consolidated'* company's .stock-vis.  already-*:at a. . premium    of  27��   .per  cent, that is, that its  holdings,, with a  nominal .value of $5,000,000, are  considered by the investing   public" to-be  worth ?6^75,500, A, f, '"., '   . ���  v Whatever'the cau'sei or' causes" may  be, the .rapid rise in  the  value   of St-,  Eugene stock, cannot fail' to' have, a  good   effect   on other Kootenay mining stocks. __.    v  Alw-**r��     "K-Bt-Pi     Oh��m*����rl-��ln,-��     CougU  Remedy lu the Home,  "We would not be without Cham-  Iain's Cough Remedy. It is kept on  hand continually in our home," says  W. W. Keirney,- editor, of the Independent, Lowery City, Mo. That is  just what every family should do.  When kept at hand ready" for instant  use, a cold may. .be checked at the  outlet and cured in "much less time  than after it has become settled in Lhe  gyntem.. The remedy i-* also without a  peer for croup in children, and will  preyent the attack when given as soon  aa the child becomes hoarae,' or even  after the croupy cough appears, which  can only be done when the remedy' is  Irept at hand. For sale by the Moyie  Drug & Stationery Store.  The Miners  union election is being  held today.  Moyie Brewery bter is  now   on tap  at all of tbe hotels.  ' Mrs.' F. J. McMahon is in   the hospital at Cranbrook.  Sum Potter returned with bis family  from England this'week.    ,  M. A.Beafe was up from Cranbrook  this week looking after business,  Mr. and Mrs. John   Taylor  were  in  Cranbrook the first of the week.   .  G.   T. McGregor is making some  substantial improvements in his hall,  Bee Foote's samples for your  spring  ' .. 1 .-       ' j  suit, , "*  * G. A. King, G. -Tl McGregor, and  Monty Howe were in , Craubrook . yea)  terday,     ,  . ��� Last Wednesday Wm, Ash Wednesday, ' and , marked. ihe beginnin_ of  Lent.    *- ���       '      Y   ,'<���  This week- E. Campbell'sold ,tbe  Frank Danby, property to Louis  Collins, f'    '   r_ P _       v <    ��,        r   ,  The Presbyterians ot Creston held a  very, successful..concert last Friday  evening,   . '_'* ���' '      -    ,    -  If "you want the latest styles-of  upriog suits, give C A. Fclote a call 'at  the tailor shop, t  <A A, ^  P. J. McMahon and wife were down  LE&O PLftNl.  , FOB SPOKANE  GEO. E. KEITH COMPANY'S   , *  Walkover Shoes.  Is a branch of Carter  Lead Co.  MORE LEiB ��l] USED  Mr* Carter Savs' that Price  will Go Higher in -U, S.  and Canada* ' ,,  To Be Well Dressed  ,      n��foot      But the most important part  js  I. to be carefully dressed ^^^^ J���6ct ft8 lornHt, neck wear,   and  the .nit.   The man who in *dd ^"J0^^ by his exceptional smart ap-  .taoo., wears a 20 Century suit is alwaya known by  p��arance  --  ' *-*"���*���  nlothinB.   Let  NOTICK.  8lxtr d��ys ��fter daw I laload to apply to tbo  CMo( CommlMtoacr of Lands and Works for  permLslon to purchase the following described  land lu 8o��th Kait Kootenay:���  Commenclu-tatapo-it planted on tho bank  of tbe Moyio Rlrer 20 chains north of H. B.  Dlmoek's pre-emption, thence running east 40  cbalus, thence north SO chains, west 20 chains,  moro or less, to tho Moyie ttlvor, theno down  the Klvor to the placo of comineucemeut.  G. A. CLOTHIER, locator.  11. C.BT.Cr^AIR, Agent.   *  Dated thin, 20th day of February, lTOvi.  ,-jarance. , -   . .   o[ lh*,B  [nnious  clothing.  No other clothing has the style fit and finish  us talk personalty to you about it, ������.���-^   Y  E. A. HILL,  LEADINa    LAOIES- ASD MEN'S   F��BNISHEK.  a .'Savings  >-f  r ������?��_  f,,  14  k  Imperial Baiik of  oA-trtMRS DEPARTMENT^  Bank deposit.      .*  Oncebpeued it grows wbetber added to J  Interest   allowed at  current * rates   and  pounded twice a year.  OBAWBBOOK BRANCH.  J, F. M. PINKHAM, Manager  not.  com-  NOTICE.  Ill tho matter of an application for a dupll  cato of tho Certlllcato of Title to Lota 7 and ��.  Block 2, lu tho Town of Moyio (Map 0-17A*,  Notice Is hereby given tbat lt is ray intention  to issue at the expiration of 0.10 month from  tbo flr.t publication bcrool a duplicate of the  CorUdcale of Title to Lots 7 and 8, Block 2, In  the To* n of Moyie (Map -M7A) lu the ��"�����<*  Geo Koed, which Certificate is dated the 29th  day of March, 1900, and numbered 2��3ob..  ' "II, f. MacLeod."  Land Hcgistry Offleo. District Beehtrar.  Nelsou, B. C. 8th January, 1906.  to Fernie on a.; visit tbeTn first of* the  week.   '   , *   .Ay A ��� q  "D. J. Elmer and wife spent the first  of the week' visiting Willi friends ,m  Elko and Fernie. - . ,'������",,  ' Mrs. Foley left Thursday for , Butte.  Mrs. Foote'accompauied her'aB far-' aa  Cranbrooki,        J    '       - , -  A, new French range has bean, installed in the kitchen of the Cosmopolitan hotel, , ��� ,. * ��� , . r  Joe Goupill was over to Nakusp this  week and returned wUh his sister, Mrs.  Genelf and Children.         ..-,.'    Y  Fresh White Swan Creamery' butter  m one pound-bricks.4' Just receive*1 at  MacJEachetn -fc.^-wlo-aafd'-i. '^- ^.^  ' -"Three'shifta are"now,lbeing "worked  in driving the .lower <* tunnelf on", the  Aurora on tlie west'side of-the'lake. -  ".Dressmaking���All" kinds of .ewina;  done:_ Apply to Mrs.-Mongin, .Soutli  Victoria street. ,  Dont forget' the date, March 13th,  The L-tdiea' Aid' of the Methodist  church will give a five and ten-cent  social.    Tuesday,' March 13.  G. W. Patmore and   wife   were   in  Moyie this week irom Cranbrook,   Mr.  Patmore was doing some work on the  gas plant iu the Hetel Kootenay.  E. A. Smith's sister,' Jenny, arrived  here yesterday and will 'soon take a  poiitic-n as clerk in* the Moyie post-  offioe. 1  Harry Dimock intends moving his  family to the boundary line , on the  Spokine International railway some  time next week.  Bed Wheat Whiekey. Something  new.- Sold by A. C, Bownesd. wholesale liquor dealer, Cranbrook.  Tbe licence commissioners will meet  in Cranbrook next Tuesday to act upon tbe application of Monty Howe fo--  a licence for the Drewry boarding  house.  On account of Uncle Tom's Cabin  company having the hall noxt Wednesday. cveniDg ihj Eagles will meet  on Thursday evening instead.  D.V, Mott, editor of tne Fernie  Ledger, was in town last Sunday.  Mr. Mott is thoroughly alive to his  business and is giviog Ft*rniu and the  UiBlnct an excellent newspaper.  Chester Cobb returned to Moyio  this week from Kansas, whore he baa  been for several mouths. His brother  Claude iutt-uds coming here also beforo long.  The Moyi6 Athletic Association is  making vory natwfactory progres-i, and  now bus a membership of 75. Seyeral  ������ood, lively gome-* of basket bull have  been played already. Tlie association  will hold a regular meeting on the  firei Monday 01 each month.,,  ��/rhe,establishment of. a large" lead:  corroding'plant in Spokane Ma ��� one^ of  the   possibilities of  the.future.    The  plant which will he "established   will  cost' not less? than If 200,000 , and   will  employ a, force of from 20 to 50  men.  The working capital  required  will  be  about   half    a' million  dollar-*.    Thu  Carter' White Lead company, has  a  process'of-corroding   which   turns   pig  lead into white lead , in   six, days��� instead of six weeks,  as'under .the  old  process^   This  company  has'secured,  concessions from the Canadian government and expect-i to corrode lead used  in Canada on 'a*royalty ' basis,   -Mr,  Carter was much impressed with; Spn**,  kane, and said'to  thought, it one  of  the prettiest cities he had ever seen in.  the United'States." ,   - ���'  . "Tinier will be good-no the Coeur  d'Alenes, which produce 65 per cent of  the ''desilverized, load of the United  State*." said (Mr. Carter. "Tlie , pi ice  of lead will go higher, as the, Guigen-  heims have bought, up' most of the  mines of" the country and .put .them  into a trust. (Lead is being used to a  much'greater degree now than, at any  time "before, especially for conduits > for  underground telephone and telegraph  wires, and as yrt ia'the-only rm'*lerial  found practical for..this purpose." ���>..'  This is an   Ameiii-an ehoe. tha  we   have'opened   up    a   spring'  shipment of, which  h^"  a   very  bright and attractive ai.peami.ee,  and show the, p<!rf<-cliou ol  o'hue  Art.  ,   -  Before buying your sprmg  v-hoe-i we would aungi-at that jun  ���i,e tneee your cnreful conaui-  _uon. as they are the products  of on�� of tt��.* -^sat A aerican   shoe  ��� ___ dA..ni -j 1 inn  .-�� ���  houso��  , who   iiav-e   a  reputation  ioVhigh workmanship.' Tu��- '��"  .li and style arc1 really excellent.  ' Wb hnvc   tlK-m in   Vici  Ctlf,  P.itent(Caif and Ruoaia Calf, Oxford ��� ; all Blucher cut.  n  c  MacEaehern  X     - ' ���AND���    '   ,'    y  f     ���  Macdonald.  ... , .      .   - <*���  '���".  Treighttrain Wreck. l ;(  1 - -   "i       _ ���  ; "���'   *  A freight-trains was wrecked this  ^morning near SirtUr and the fireman,  named Alexander, of Medicine Hat  was killed. A brakesman had'his foot  badly injured,  A Dear Mistake. -  '-' 'Doing Good .Work.  /    1    , *��������� ���    "���  (l < ',  ���" Dr. D..N. Mcluturff, founder of   fie  A'amo colony ^near   Bonuers - Fe��y.  and   Mrs.' Chisholm, -' de'viconess    in  cbargeof the  Orphanage  of the';col-  ony, were in Moyie most of   the  week,  workingin the interest   of   their  institution.   Dr. MclnturK delivered  a  series of very interesting lectures along  advanced lines" of  thought.   Tbe  Dr.  speaks apparently''without an' fcffurt.  He strikea froni the shoulder,  aud  to  him a spade is . a  spade.    The editor  knows   Dr.   Mclnlurff- well, ; having  heard him preach scores'and scores of  :timbs. . Thc-woik Ke 'did fin  SpokaV  ��nd   tbesla'te   of   Washington    Was  truly marvellous.   Ho is  organizing a  co-operative'colony  in-the  Kootenai  '"vaileyT^in   Idaho/* and., propaee-i- to.  establish  pie's home  help 'man    . ,  succeed, "'because. he 'is honest' and  desperately in earnest. , The Alamo  colony is now an incorporated company of the state of Idaho.- Its assets  are 1100,000 on which still .remains a  debt of S15.000.' '   ,        -    ,     '-  METAL MARKETY ,' , '  New   York���Bar silver, "Go, ceula.  Lead, $5.15.    Zinc (speltorV$5.90.  Lokdos���Lead,.XlG 2a  6d.  GENERAL   NEWS   NOTES.  -   A rificery to treat silver or*a will bft  cstabliahed at'H.tmilton, One, " '      Y"  Calgary estinutea the curlers in at7  tendance at Lhe-ieceut b'oiihpiel there  -.pent, $'',000.    _____ ���    ''     "  The E'ldv works at Hull are valued,  at $4,000,000; thfere are 27   mills  employing '2,000,-hands'.     ,,  In   a recent land deal on   Gianville   ,  'Street,   Vancouver,    Pat   Burns,, the  meat king, made $30,000.      ���   ,   t        ',;  4 O *"      . *��l 1       \  - r-A-'Ladiew' *Aid  and'Sunday .school f  were organized thi3,week-b'y the mem-'y  hers'of Creston Methodist church. ������    _  iDOFTFORGET  .joBjfcsfij' ��a**  when you are in need of  an engagement or wedding King that wo have a  good assortment to choose  from.  W. H. WILSON,  Jeweler. CRANBROOK, B. q\  STOP-AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN.IN -XX-'X      ���  CEANB5.00K  K. a. BMALI.. Sl��*oo_��r.  Good rooms, good tables and bar  and li��t oUss.fSjayl-s ivoni-s.  Tne woman cashier in a clothing  house,,at' Springfield, Ohio, recently  ereated an excitement in ,the establishment, by giving a customer $l.GOO instead of a 25 cent pair of 'suspenders.-  Botli packages were wrapped in the  Bamo kind of p^per, and the manager  was handed the suspenders to deposit.  Anxioty was'relieved when the customer returned to the store with the  money, which his wife discovered on  opening '.he package.  The Estimates..  The estimates for the province have  been given,out. In South East Kootenay Cranbrook gets $6,000 for government buildings, and Fernie $5,000 for  the same purpose. Far roads, trails,  bridges, etc., the Cranbrook district is  allowed $6,000 and the FeVnio district  $2,500. ..  The Month's Output.  During tho month of February the  St. Eugene's shipments to the smelters at Trail and Nelson amounted to  2,700 tons.  Next Saturday will be payday and  $28,000 will disbursed.  Do Not Necleot n K����l Cola.  Never allow a wld to taKe it* course  Too otten at this t-.e.ison uf the ye.tr ita  courao is toward puetimooi.i. Chtitu-  torlain's Oou-.'h R.-mudv will promptly  cure your cold -tnd o-uult-r.-ci any  tendency iu this diri*fii->ii. " Tnnr** is  uotb'ing' better for acute ihro.it and  lung troubles. For sale by tuo Moyi-a  Drug &. Stationery Co.  To the Ladies  of Moyie. . .  .  I have ordered from a Chicago  house a full line of millinery whwu  wili bo here ou or atM^ut .March, 1U��U.  Iiutfud -.ellnig same as cheap ", "���  cheaper thHU you can buy in .my part  of the country. Hoping yoii wih not  purohaae until you exatnino n.y uew  and up to date stock, I.am,  .���..������,-���'.������ Truly Yours,  _ISS;K..1>..!5TI-^SQ^*  Uncle Tom's Cabin.  ���        * t  Stetson's big * production of Uncle  Tom's Cabin w 11 appear at the E:.gle  hall on Wednesday, March 7th. It  has been organized this season in a  manner that will make it Ut superior  to any previous production ever aeen  here. Special attention has been  given to the staging of the piece, and  the scenery faithfully portrays several  scenes of southern life during Ante-  Bollum days in the far south. A large  number of .genuine colored people,  who introduce cakewalks, buck dancing, southern jubilee ' singing and  funny scenes in the cotton fields add  materially to tbt= production. A street  parade will be given that is said to  delight every juvenile spectator beyond quOstion.  Afflicted wllH HheunintlHin.  "I was and am yet atllicted with  rheumatism," siys Mr. J. C. Baytle,  editor of the Herald, Aldington, Indian Territory, "but thanks to Chamberlain's Tain Balm am ablo once  more to attend to business, lt is the  best of linimenta," If troubled with  rheuunUifim give Tain Balm a trial  aud you are certain to be more than  ploaaed with the prompt rehnf which  it affords. Ono application relieves  the pain. For sale by tne Moyie Drug  &, Stationery Co.  Is Your Watch  Going Satisfactory!  Many Wtttonei  tliey are allow-jii to  without cle.uii.i*;.  do  uoi    beoune  TUO   LOJSG  ���Be  Fifty Years fha Siandard  ) , Savk YoUK Watcu 'and. money  by!sending it 10 ua, wiiere it **m11 ���"--  ceive proper trtatmeut.  Mr.E. A. Hill   of   Moyie,  isYur|  ". .   ��� ������, . " -   '  - 1  agent.   ���  W. F. TATE'*'&' S.ON.  ���i. ~  '.Jewolers'aud   Graduatf Opt.ciana..  CKANBROOK, B. U. . :   Y-  Olficiil.Watch Inspeot'or for C   P.   K  Cxuw'-i Nca*. i'aa  s D.viaion*.  I Cream of Tartar Powder  Made From Grapes  Ho Slum      ���i  , J"5  1 i  'f\  j-u-1 i  aC\  -.is  xl\  ���*''--  i* "r"'  I v v*  ��V'   \W  ,F. A.'Hemze, the' Montana  copprr    ,  king, h.ts interested  himself   in   min-  - -  ing properties in the  Telkwa district.,"  Bulkey valley, to the tune of $5,000,-   '  WO.    Unani-nous'.'it is thought by members of the committee, wiil be the verdict of tliu Oddfellows in Spokane to  build a temple which, it is now esti- r  'mated, may coat $150,000 or more. It  will be aix stories high.  Excellent progress is being made at  the Pilot Bay smelter by the Canadian  Metal com. any,' So far the work done  ia mainly lead separation on ' the ores  of the Blue Bell mine, It is said that  the volume of the work and its v.tlii", ,  are at least equ.il to wh.it. is being  accomplinhed at the Sullivan mine and  the MaryBvillo smelter.  ' Miss Lindell Sells Shop.  Moyie has lost its distinction of having the only lady barber in the   Kootenay*.    Last Saturday Miaa   Ida   Lui-  dt-11 sold her  barber i-bop fixtures and  good will of the business to Walter B.  iliing, who   owns   the  shop  opposit-  the   Hotel  Kootenay.    Wm, Fiereoo.-  of Toronto will be h**re to take   ch>ir*:n  of tho shop in a tew days."   Miss L.iu-  di-lll.ft   ThursHay   for  Spokane, and  from thorp s-he intend" going   'o   tow -.  to , vibit   bt-r   parents.     Miss  Lindell  made plenty of money and  a host  of  friends during  her bix monthb'  residence in Moyio,  *M  'P:  Xd\  t     2*-*S^ I  -Kvv]  V>.  '.'**  *    I  tl  1     I  "  )!  '*^62 ���M  i* "t   t  '   H*.  THE LEADED, MOYIE. BRITISH COLUMBIA  ���r-t-t*-  ^tttf-��ft���� Y-��"f-f-�� rr  ���4-  Linked by Fate  BY CHARLES GARVICE      -  t  +  - ���<_  Author of "The Verdict of the Heart," "A Heritage  of Hate/' "Nell of Shorne Mills/' "Paid  X ,   For," "A Modern Juliet," Etc.,  ���^���*H-^-M-+-+***-**M-*4+^  Continued from last week.  v*r,bViS       , ,  lM  <  |i?...-*jvi-   -��� ,i*3_r*-  13,'Y    :u*wft  -J..-1*   ' ^.  ���feW  itvitf  *   "jw-Mi?  -'*&*> 4-    *���  *.jwva -  '< %*$"  .     S3 .W,  ��� (_*���&���.'.  $*�����$���  :VLV  '  *     '  - wutt*)irt, l*-n't if ' smil \ aii_.,  "This is call**-! tlio Wizard's itooui.  ^"Portrait of 1 li-r* wi7sird over firvpUu'.'-.  1 sshould ,siiy L.oo.-.��*. forljKlrlsii_  enough for a u'l/ai-l, -it. any rule, '  In- iidilrd. 'and Jiilun, witn Ins iiark  'i to ihe wimJuvV, looked up at. Un*  jiio*ild-sp-,*tted face scowling down at  them. '       ( .**, , '  '' ''I like it,"' ho snid. "The room, I  ���mean, it's, so qiiaint und old-fashioned and ii-inoU*. All!" Ins face lit up  ns if an idea had suddenly struck  }iim.*"> '  "What is it?"  inquired -Vane.   ,  '        Julian  turned away. , ,  "Oh, I 'was only thinking that it  ���would make a good laboratory," he  said,-, carelessly.  "By George! So it would!" assented  Vane with  a'laugh.   "Kight away  from the rest,of the Jiousr���V suppose-  that,'oven the awful Mnellsr I   noticed  nt  your plnco  wouldn't pet    throughc  that     passage   and     tliat    thick    old'  , door? Wtf could put another   door, ������ n  -hahra  affair,     warranted    stink-proof,  couldn'.t .we?  See here,   Julian;,   why,  ..not'have this room     for  vour���what  i do you call it?"���laboratory?'.' i  ������ Julian's face flushed and     his    ,lids  drooped. r'  ."3fy de.tr Vane, you speak ,ns if���  as if I were the owner, 'as,if I'had  the right to dispose "'of, to" choose,  any room in Lcsborough Court���" '  , . Vane regarded him with a grave  Btnile." ti .' ' k " ,    '  '       ''So you arc, so you can," he said.  - -VYou willrbe the owner���."   /,, .  ,  .' Julian's     face  grow    pale( and     he  .    smiled 'a 'polite  contradiction.    ,  ,  "As 1 told you,  1 shall never inar-  " ry. Ycu are the heir,  tho    "next carl.  Sec here,   Julian-   let"us    understand  "   each.o^hcr.  I v\ant  you  to  make  thc  ��� Court,your home���that is, if you  care to do' so, and while you wish to  'do  so.  You  don't imagine, that J jn-.  ' tend, living here alone? No, 'thanks! J  know what loneliness, solitude, mean  ���" 'lie broke ;off suddenly." "I want  you to. understand t,hat tho _ Court  -pwill Tie yours, ami that yoti liave as  much right,to live here as, well,'as I  have% ilako the robin your labora-'  toryYby all' means."  "But��� "v '     "  "But mo no ' buts," ' interrupted  ���Vane. "I mean it. I've got a trick  of saying what I mean. ,1���well,' I'm  not tho sort of man to settle^ down  'unywhere. I'm a restless, Wandering  Jew kind of lellow, and I< shall,  probably be 'oH on. tlie tramp again  presently?' Now/ you���well, 1 fancy  you ate quite a different'sort of man;  you are a 'Home Bird,' as-the song"  says.' Fond of^music .'and science and  all that sort of thing. Good' this is  evidently the place for you.",*,  '- "But���"'��� began Julian again; *��� but  Vane made a slight gesture. >    ,  "Oh, .don't'think 'that.I .want    to  * interfere with your independence, oi  to be a bore and a drag on you.  Not a bit of vit.'��� You can keep, up  that old . place of _ yours b\ thu  Thames, if vou like. T should; it's a  queer, quaint old diggings; but inake  the Court, your .  home.'*   Now,  don't  ' argue. I'm a poor hand at arguing,  and invanably lose my Lemper. You  can send for that old her*, am of yours  --what's her'name,   h.\ylhe *naj-*"  "Deborah," said Julian, llis brows  were knit, and he'stood with drooped  l.ds and tightened lips.. lie .seemed to  be reflecting so intensely as scarcely  to be breathing. <  "Deborah; name seems to fit her  "Wi/ll, send for her, if yoti like. Jn  ' , fuct���there' do ui.st us vou like, and  we shall get on very well together.  Let's get out of this shall we? if  you decide to turn the room' into a  laboiatory, it will want thoroughly  doing up���" ,  "Oh, no," said' A -lian. ���-���lancing  tound almost ' lo\ mgij . "Just clearing out and cleaning. t The hreplace  would need some little alteration. An  intelligent  mason���"  Vane laughed.  "First, find your mason.-" he said,  "then sound him for intelligence; result���" he shrugged his shoulders.  "We** can get through that door into  tho stable couityaid. "Why, where is  the door leading from this room?" he  broke  off to  remark. <���    , '  Julian looked round. "There does  not appear to be "a door. Pcihaps it  has been bricked up or panelled over " (  "Ah, p'r'aps so," said Vano, indif*  ferentlv. and* he led the way out by  the door at  which  they had entered.  "My department again," ho said  -with a laugh as they entered tho  stables. "But perhaps you rido as  well  as you  fence.   .Julian?"  Julian shook his hr-nd. "I'm not  much of n, horseman," he said.  ".Modesty atraii:1" retorted Vane.  "Well, you intiM pick your mount.  There used tn he a falri.sh lot of animals��� Ah, Dodson," as tho coachman came hurl-.nig ncio&s thc yard  from his collage to li'ct'ivc his new  master, "hu-A me \ ou? We are just  looking round, but in a hurried kind  of way only. (lot anything worth  looking at?"  Mr. Dodson hastened to display his  animals.  "ilcm,  the  carriage  horses are    all  right; sand that's a decent mare, Dodson;   so's   the   (lii'stnul;   and   the    cob  , in  the  end   stall   looks  a  nice     little  lad.    The   hunteis���well,   well���hem!"  "Just so, mv lord," said Mr. Dodson, with lesp.-ctful eagerness.  "There's nothing here fit to carry  your lordship. The late eo.il ,gate up  hunting long ago, as your lordship  knows���"  "Well, keep your eye? open, and I'll  do the same, and we may pick up  two or three likely ones. Meanwhile  ���chestnut, quiet"' '  "Quite, my loid. 1 bred him myself,  and  broke  him."  "Good;     then    he 11    do     for     Mr.  Julian   herc-*-iny   cousin,    Mr.   Julian  ,'  Shore,  Dodson."  Mr.  Dodson     touched  his     cap     to  ;.'   Julian, who remonstrated  with Vane.  j;    "Oh,   but*���my   deaf   Vane!     You   will  surely  keep   the   chestnut     for     yourself���'.'.   ���''���'���.  "Oii, the mare will do for rue!"  said Vane, carelessly. "She's a good  sort, though not so handsome, us tho  chestnut���"  "Nor so quiet, my lord; a little bit  of  temper,"  put  in   Dodson.  "So I see," said Vuiin. "I noticed  her eyes and ears when I went up to  her just. now.       But  I like, a bit   of  -.t-iuper. knynow, J H give her a trial.  We'll just glance at the coachhouse���"  "Ah, we want a new , carriage or  two, my lord,"  said Mr.  Dodson.  "Just so, just so. Ah, well, plenty  of time," said Vane as, he cast a  comprehensive eye round. Glad to  see you looking so well, Dodson."  "Thank you, my lord, and the  same to your lordship, if I, ,may  make so bold," said the gratified  Dodson, with a touch of his cap.  "We'll g*o under the arch and round  to the front," said Vane, as they,  walked away. "Nice fellow���Dodson;  remember him, putting' me on my first  pony. Hello, who's this���Fanworthy,  by George!"  They had passed tinder tho tall  archway, and entered upon the drive  along ' which an open landau - was  coming- toward the'-'house. An elderly  man with the air of a 'sportsman and  an aristocrat was the solo occupant,  and as ho caught sight of the two  young rnen he leaned forward and  waved  his  hand.' r  "Ah, Vane!" he'exclaimed. "What  luck to just catch you! I heard the  news of your arrival,' and drove over  on tho chance of seeing you."  ���"Tho - luck's mine, i Lord Fan-  worthy," 'said Vane. "It's very kind  ofryou, very! Lot me introduce i my  cousin���-ilr.  Julian  Shore.;' <  Lord Fanworthy raised his hat  with old-world courtesy.      '        "     '  "Come into the, house," said Vane;  hut Lord Fanworthy shook his head.  "No, no.' Can't'! Against positives  orders. ." Her ' ladyship ' emphatically  bade- me not leave the carriage. 'If  ho is there,, just tell him that ho is  to come hack with you;" that I say  so.' ���Her .very .words. Vane,. I , assure you."   . > ,  "In that case, * there's only ono  thing to do: obey,", said Vane.  '.'That's right, my boy!" said, Lord  Fanworthy, approvingly. "Fray get'  in, Mr. Shore; my wife will be delighted to see you. "It's not. far. What  a beautiful day for your 'return.  Vane! By' Jove, you must have a  rare budget to tell us! Not a word ,  till you get home! 'You're looking���  yes, well.. Been .knocked ^about a bit,  eh? Thought so." The* he turned to  Julian. "I rremember your father, of  course, Mr. Shore., _ Ho may'' have  spoken  of m'e?"  < Julian colored slightly. "I am s0r-,  ry'to say that he,did not. Lord Fan-  worthy. , Sly father never spoke of���  old  times."       ' --    , -*     ', -  o'Ah, yes, yes, quite so!" assented  Lord, ' Fanworthy, quickly. "Great  nuisance, family feuds! 'You have a  look of the-Mannerihgs, Mr. Shore.  I think I should have- known you . as,  one of them,, even if I had met, you"  elsewhere."    ' . ,.     ,  The three men, chatted ' as the  horses span along the well-kept1 road,  and after a short drive they reached  the,Grange.' Lord Fanworthy. led  them into the drawing-room, callmg  "ISiri'Iy!"' as he went. "' Lady Fan-  worthy was seated -in a low chair  by the window, knitting. s She had  been , a reigning 'beauty; she was  beautiful still with her silvery hair,  wonderful complexion . and the grey  eyes which were almost, as, brilliant  ���and far keener���than those of most  girls. She held out her snow-white  and exquisitely shaped hand to Vane  and nodded and smiled, her eyes  flashing over' him as if they - were  .taking in every feature of his face;  then they passed from him to Julian,  enquiringly,  and as.keenly.       ���   ,  "It's good to see you, Vane," she  said; and there was almost a maternal note in the low, clear voice; for  Vane, as a lad, had been a favorite  of hers, and, with thc tact for which  she was famous, she had often slipped in between his uncle and him  and prevented a quarrel. "And it was  good of you to come so quickly. And  this is���" Vane introduced Julian,  and she bowed and smiled gracious-  1 ly. ' 'And so you have come into your  own, Vane? And it feels strange���  at  first?"  "It does, Lady Fanworthy," said  Vane, as ho took the seat beside her  to which she had motioned him.  "And you are going to 'settle  down, to be a model landlord and a  pattern peer?"  "No," said Vane. "Part's already  filled," and ho looked towards Lord  Fanworthy, who had gone to tho  next room to show .Julian tho view.  "Godfrey will be glad to have -you  at.the Court," said her ladyship,  "lie was  always fund  of you.      And  I��� So that is Julian Shore." Iler  voice scarcely dropped, but it was  so soft as to bo inaudible to tho  , others. "A handsome young man;  darker than the Manncrings usually  are." '   ���  "Yes; he's quite an Adonis," said  Vane. "And an extremely good follow. I hope you'll like him. We are  great friends already, though we only met a day or two.ago."  "I will see," she said, with a  swift, searching glance at Julian.  "But I want to talk about you.  \\ here have you been? No! are you  well, happy,  Vano?"  llis eyes fell before her brilliant  ones which seemed to roach his sadly  tried heart.  "Fit as a fiddle, my dear lady; almost as fit as Lord Fanworthy there.  And I am so glad to sec you looking  so well.   Not a day  older."  She raised her level eyebrows.  "Why should I be? My dear Vane, at  my age, women gi ow younger, nowadays Wheie ha\ c you been not to  know that! And you aie well and���  happy?"  Vane's cj es dropped, then he raised  them, but with an effort, for this old  lady  was  a  difficult  one to deceive.  "As happy as I deserve," he said,  smilingly.  "And you have been travelling a  great deal, and, if rumor speaks the  truth,   have had  some  adventures."  Vane ��� nOdded, ..his lips tightening.  "Yes," he said, "all Sorts of adventures. You still stick to. your knitting,   I   see,   Lady   Fanworthy."  It was enough for her;* and she  asked no more questions.  * "Here's the teajl" she said, as the  butler brought it .in. "But, of course,  you'll stay to dinner. Godfrey, shall  send   for your   things���" ���  But Vane declined. '.'I've ordered  dinner at the Court," he said, "anil  Prance would break his heart if  lie   didn't     turn    on   tuis    the    first  night." '  She    nodded  approvingly.      "Quite  right,   Vttne "  "But, see," ii_ said, "it wjli bo  ratlwr lout-ly for lj*=> \.v.o bachelors  No*"*., if you want ic Le as kind a*=  you ttlwajs uiea To be, \ou bring  Lord Faiiwoith.v to dine with us'"  She did not hesitate a moment.  "Yes, ' she said, smoothly.  The other two men came to the  tea-table mid her ladislnp conversed  with Julian. She asked no questions, but almost j unconsciously he  found liiinsclf telling hei that he was  unmarried, that he lived alone, that  he had no profession and was content  with a small income*,* indeed; nearly  all the details which another person  would 'only' have extr.un-.l by a series of categorical questions, and he  did not make tin*, discovery until the  two > oimif nu-n were going hon.e in  the  landau.  *'.\ wonderful, woi>v,n'" \jine iv-  maikcd. "You _dmnvd her,, of  eouise? She used lo Ix* a gr.'at  beauty; and .sh.' is as i-lcvci* as *-l.e  'is fwaulifiil.*'     ' <  /���Yes; ihe s ch'-.'or," &.iid Julian,  absently, -ns he relU'v ted on the way  in which her hub--.hip had "pumped"'  him.     ��� '.- .   ���  "YcsJ she used to "play an important,, part in ' thc, political, world,*'  Vane went ov. "Kept win I .use-J to  be called a. 'salon';; enu-i ijim-tl" the  people* of, her husband's , ji.irtj . Fan-  worthy wns in the Cabinet. , --''Ihey  say that she kept the party in power for six months longer thnn ft  ought to have lx-cn. 'Don't understand polities m\solf. Sin- was very  good to me when I was n lad���thiy  both were���and 1 ljke her, naturally  I don't know- any ono to whom I'd  sooner go, if I woro in trouble or in  a mess. 1 think .\ou'll like her, Julian/*' ' **. , . '  "I'am sure fi shall." said Julian.  with nn 'admirably feigned tone of  conviction. ' ,  " "Oh, Fiance," .said Vane, as the,  butler canie to niovt thi-in,** "Lord and  Lady Kainydrtliy dine here to-mg!it-.  And'light up the in'usic-rooni, v.ill  vou.    liight'V                  ���   ' i>,    '  >i  .  '    (TO BE. CONTINUED)     ,   "  4  *>    ,.      "POWER. OF WATER.     ". ,  Your  Money  Refunded  br tbe desler  from' Thorn  - ou buv Sun-  ii-d-t So��p ,if  jou find au}  cause tor  compl-vi-it.   '  SunligHt Soap is better  '. .' . ���  than other soaps, but is  best when -used  ith. tbe  Sunlight way.  $5,000  re-ward -*U1  b<-'mill to any  p��n>on   w lt o  groves thftt  unliKlitSo-.*'  oontiinf any  Injurlou 8  chetultmla or  _ny form of  adulteration.  Equally ^ood with hard of soft water.  s\  LeTer Brother* Limited. Toronto  . ���I-'  PRAISE   FOR   THE.C.P.R.  The   Great  Force  &   Six  lncl.   Stream  ti _����� Can   ii*xe*--u        ,.    ..'  Imagine" a perpendicular column of  ,*svater tubre than'one-third of a mile  high, tvrentj'-six inches in" diameter'at  the top', and twenty-four, inches' in ^diameter nt "the bottom,' writes Hamilton  Wright In 'The World'-Today. ' Thoso  remarkable conditions are complied  with; "as far as power goes, in tlie Mill  ,creek;'plant,, which operates under a  head of 1,060 feet.   This little column  ' of water, which, if'liberated: would be  just,about enough -to'.make fi small  trout stream, gives a capacity of 5,200  horsepower, or enough'power to run a  good sized, ocean going vessel. As the  water strikes the buek'ets of, the water  wheel it has' a pressure of S50 pounds  to the square inch. What this pressure  implies is evidencedr-by tlie fact that  the average locomotive carries, steam  at a pressure of 190 or 200 pounds to  the square inch. Were this stream, as  It issues-'frbiu the,nozzle, turned' upon  the,hillsido, tne earth would Jade" away  before it like snow ..before a jet of-  eteam.     Huge  bowlders, 'big  as-city  'offices, would tumble into Ravines .with  as little effort as'a clover bur is carried' before--tho, hydrant stream on^a  front lawn; Brick walls would cradclr*  like paper, and'the hugest skyscrapers'  crumble'before ,a stream-like that of  the Mill creek plant. ���  It takes a powerful watcrwheel to  withstand the tremendous pressure. At'  Butte creek, California, a single jet of  water six inches1 in! diameter issue**.  from the nozzle at the great velocity  of 20,000 feet a minute. It impinges  on tho buckets of -what'Is said to be  the most powerful single water whr-el  ever built, causing the latter to travel  at the rate of ninety-four miles an  hour, making 400 revolutions a minute.  The six inch stream has a capacity of  12,000 horsepower. The water for op-,  erating tho plant is conveyed from  Butte creek through a ditch and discharged into a regulating reservoir  which is 1,500 feet above the power  house. Two steel pressure pipe lines  thirty inches In diameter* conduct the  water to .the power, house.  Piilsely Cl-nrs-riMl.  A little northern boy wa** visiting tlie  south for thc first time. His awe and  admiration for the darkies knew no  bounds. Meeting a little negro boy one  day, he screwed up his courage to ask  him his name.  "I is dun called David," promptly replied the little* negro.  "Oh," exclaimed the little fellow, his  face full of delighted surprise, "are you  the David that killed Goliath V"  The little negro gave hiin a1 terrified  glance and, sticking his dusky-knuckles  in bis eyes, shrieked out, "Xaw, I ain't  nebber teched him." ��� Lippiueott'a  Magazine.  A   Men.--   Trick1.  Ella���lie's the nieanoit man that ever  lived.  Stella���What has he done?  Ella���-ITc a*-.l*.(*d me If I tlioutflit p-i.  would object to liim as a soii-ln-law,  and when 1 blushed and said he would  not lie went and proposed to my younger bister.���New "i orlc I'i ess.  For 33 Years  Shiloh** Con-umpUon Cure, the Luni  Tonic, has been before the public, an]  thi*., together with the (act that its taici  have ���teadily increa��c_ year by year, ii the  be��t proof of the merit of  Shiloh  a> a care for Cough*, Colds, and all  diseases of the lungs and air passages.  Those who have used Shiloh would not  be without jt. Those who haye never  used it il-ould know that every bottle is  sold with a positive guarantee that, if it  doesn't cure-you,' the dealer will refund  what you paid for it.    Shiloh  Has Cured  thousand* of lhe most obstinate Co*-* cf  Co ugh ii, Colds and Lung trouble*. Let it  cure you. !  "LaK winter I couched for tbrttt month, and  iKoosht I wai -fotn-z id to Consumption." 1 look all  tort* of tnodione*, Lut nothing did nvs *ny good  until I xtaod SluloVs Consumption Cure. Four  bottle* cured ma. . Thi* winter 1 had n very bad  cold. w�� not able to speak, my lung* were ��ore  cm the ode and back. Six bottle* ti SbiloK made  me "well again. 1 liiive aiven it to several people  and ��rcry one of -them have been cured.���D.  Joseph. S*. HyadntKe, Que"   ' 6oi  ���SHILO  25c   with    guarantee   at   al)   druggist*.  What'a' Travelled Scotsman'Says of  , ;tre   Transconti .t- v -tl,' Line.    \>  Alex. - McOiven, writing,in the ,"Winnipeg Free Press, says:���      '  It id pti-rliap's a' healthy sigh, suggestive of a progressive 'spirit, but'  the -western Canadian is, disposed to  bo extremely _,critical '< of his governments,-, his. institutions and' his 'great  corporations.1 llo regards* al most as  a heritage,  tor, instance his fright.to  abuse1-the-.Canadian ,Pacific  Railway  r .*. " * t,f*  Co. for its iniquities pf - one'sort and  another,' but, more, especially, .Tits  excessive freight ���rates.. 'These " appeal' lo young and old alike and tho  theme., of them is ever fresh and the  outcry against them made *.vithrthe  utmost sir-cerity of conviction. Robert Burns," the .Scottisii 'bard,' prays  that a liigher power may"endow, us  us 'with,thc gift of seeing ourselves  as others see' us," and<*"portiaps'. it  would be interesting for readers pf  the, Free Press to know how our  greatest railway company is 'regarded in the old country. When. in,  Scotland >at the beginning' of -this  '.year, on ; immigration'business, my  attention was directed to a,complaint  in the Scotsman newspaper, the national i organ 'of ���thi/' couutry. It was  written by a well-know_._cattIe /breed-'  .'er, a landed ��� proprietor, near the  town of ObUn on, the west coast 'of  Scotland.- In 'his letter .-this gentleman complained that a st'eer -could  "be purchased at 'Calgary arid the C.Pi.  R. would.haul.it to St." John, N.B., a  distance of /3000 miles,..tranship it to  one of tlieir'ocea-n steamers,and carry  it lover- sea another 3000 miles, landing  i^ in Liverpool'cheaper tjhan, be could  ���ship a' "beast by freight from" Oban  to^ London. "J You ,can 'depend' that  ,this gentleman, did ndt think the-  Canadian farmer',ha'd "much-to c6m-  plain', about in comparison with his  own   grievances.'  ���" ,     AA     -     '_  Another \case .was .brought, under  my notice by Mr.,"W. TIaxton of Dundee, of the'firm of ,.Fleming"Haxton,"  shippinc; agents, through whose  hands thousands of emigrants for  ���VTanitoba and the Northwest have  passed within the last ten or twelve  years. "That Canadian Pacific of  yours is a,marvel for low rates," said  Mr. Haxion to me 'one day. T ventured ro remark thai if ho were on  tho oilier' side he would'hear more  about St. "Oh! it'll ho ihe,old story,"  ho said pawkly, "A prophet is always  without   honor  in   his   own   country."  He ihon laid .before me the details  of a comparison he had, just .made'  between 'Home, and Canadian rates.  Two years ago a family had passed  through his hands from Forfarshire  and gone to Brandon. ,A year after  settling there, thev sent home for  some household effects that had been  left behind. ^ The weight was some-,  where about two tons. - The goods'  wore shinned from' Olass-'ow to Halifax and th<*nce to Brandnn. Out of  curiosity, lMr. Haxton asked a quotation for the, same weight of material from Dundee to London and wns  more than astonished to find that the  difference was a'shilling in favor of  the British consignment. Now, Mr.  Haxton is a .man doing business, in  the course of tho year, with agents  of almost every railway system in the  world, and yet onf of a'l these he  was disposed to regard the ,C.P.R. as  "a marvel."  Tt has been my own privilege, at  one time or another,- to travel over  nearly every one of tho railways of  Britain. I have also sampled, at odd  times, those of Germany, France and  Belgium, but nowhere in Uiesc countries can one enjoy the same  comfort in travelling as ono may do  On the G. P. R. system. Tho same regard for the coniforl of its passengers is displayed on tho company's  ocean-going steamers, and 1 hid fair  to'say (hat If two or (ln-f*e Tast boat-*!  were added to the Atlantic tlcot tho  line woiihl f-oon b'*c:omo the most  popular between Britain and the  Dominion.  It soems to me that during its history (he policy of the company has  been to promote the development of  the West, first by encouraging production and again by providing for  that produce being placed on the  world's markets on terms which will  permit of its holding its own. T do  nol suggest that thls"*has been undertaken as a philanthropic enterprise  The company is out for profit like  every other business organization,  but as a factor In the marvellous de-  volopinen. of the West, thc m-is-tor  minds which inauguarated and &110-  ressfullv if profitably carried out,  the details ol this policy havo earned  in my estimation no little ineastire  of honor. When one reflects that  billions of dollars are invested in  rail roads in America which are not  earning Ti cent of dividend for the  investors,, one can ��� understand the  full meaning-of.what tlie.Hoii. Clifford Sifton said'in as many words ,at.  the monster ������meeting-at Brandon last  October, that, the success of the, C.P.  P.. had not so much depended upon  the fact that they had no opposition,  but on a fact more creditable- to its  officials that it was one, of the best  managed   railroads in  the world.  Posters in South London advertise  the fact tliiit next April all <*li*j;-iLie  chiklrun in tlio pauper schools at  Norwood, nre to Im emigrated by tlio  guardians to Canada. ���  A      ���        ��� ��� 1   .     "  ' Tlio most iiiterebting' eclipso of tho  sun'in tlie near future will bo thnt ,of  l!h!7,-' said Proffessor H. H. Turner  in his lcetuio, nt, tlnY ltoyal institution.5 It-�� as "ho'.added interesting  because it would bo visible till, across  the ' north ' of England fjrpm Diiihaiii  to Lancailiirc."'It would bo a total  eclipse but the period /of totality  would be'only about ,t*yenty-fivo seconds.     , V '   "      '   '',    ��� -    ���"  In 1870 the number 6 of cigarettes  smoked in' Austria per head, of population in 1S75 was two, aiid in 1905  ic was 140,    ,*      ' ,1 Yi    .  Tho G.P.lt. ,has placed tan order for  dSjOOO tons of .steel rails -,.\vitli tho  Luke',Sup'oiicrv Corportion,  SauiJ  StoT  .Marie,' Ont.  1      ���  1 The Dominion -i brewery*, .Toronto,  has recently changed hands. ~-o  price paid, was*'$375,000.   .    ,     ,    *��� f  4 if AGONIZING.JNEURALGIA.      -    '  Due ,to. Poor, -Weak Blood���DrYWll-  Y ,'  '   Hams', Pink Pills will',   "    ���  ������ ' Insure ,a CureY        ���   ���     ,  Throwing Cattle.'  Throwing a bull or a cow not carrying a calf is Dot a difficult task and  can be dor.e in su-jh a manner that  the animal- will not be injured -In the  least and is so simple that any one  need not be afraid to attempt it. The  throwing device is meiely a rope tied,  about the horns or neck or to a halter,  Riven a half hitch 'about the,neck, a  second half hitch, but direction of  rope reversed, abo'tt the heart girth  and a third half hitch just in front of  the hook points or, hip bones. One man  stands near the. animal's head to hold  the halter,-and a second grasps tae  rope and pulls backward, either to one  side or the other, according to "Whether  the rope is right or left hitch. The  animal stands Btill, acts as though he  were surprised, but soon easily rolls  over to his side. To hold him securn-  ly attach ropes to front(,and rear feet,  -stretch, and  fasten.���American  Cultl-  '���vator.     '   - ;   ���������������������~������*--~       ,,, j  ,,    "Home, Svrectt Home." ,-  "Ilome. Sweet, Home," Ptiyno's song,,  was'originally0 a number in ,t,he opera  r"C'larl, the Maid of Milan." a production brought out In <1823.Y The opera-*  was a failure,' and nothing Is. now  known of it saye the one song, which  became instantly popular. ^Over^lOO,-  000 copies were sold in tho first, year  of its publication, and the sale in one  form or another has been constant  ever'since the fli-st app.arance_.o_ this  "beautiful theme. . Tbo'' melody is a  Sicilian folk song and was adapted to  the words tyy Payne b'lmself. ' ' -'  Sunlight Soap is better' than other  'soaps, but is'best when u3od in the  Sunlight .way. Buy, Sunlight' Soap  nnd follow directions.,     < *  ,'  Neuralgia is'tho'surest' sign' 'that  your whole, system is ��� weak' and unstrung.. '.(Those sharp, stabbing-.pains  ate caused by your jangled ' nerves.  Hut your nerves would not, bo jangled  if your blood , was puro and '-strpngj  _"ou can't curo noul-algia by liniments  or ,hot applications. Tliey may relieve for a moment���but..thoy can't  possibly pure;"' You, caif never curo  neuralgia iin,til you entioh your blood  and enrich .your starred nerves with  Dr., ."Williams' Pink*,Pills. Thoy actually make-hew blood. "-Thoy A soothe  the nerves-arid strengthen the-whole  system. "Thcy_ strike right,'at tlio  cause ,of ' agonizing ^neuralgia.-- A Mr.  ���John AtcDermott, Bond," Ilead,; Ont.,  says:-."Asi the result of,, a wotting; I  i\as seized, with'pains in-all ���piirtsf.'of,  'my 'body. ' "-'-consulted Ja* doctor1,.*who'  told m'e tlie' trouble ', was 'neuralgia.  Ho .treatpdj'ino for' somo .time' but did  110c help me., ���I had often read of Dr.  Villutms' -Pink d'ils,- and 'decided to  tiy them. By <the time I had taken  three boxes, there was a. good v improvement in my case, ,and after \1  had taken ten boxes, every ache and  pain had disappoaied, �� hud gained  111 weight and felt , better in every  way.' I shall always hare a 'good  word to say for Dr. "Williams' Pink  Pills." ��� ���  When tlio blood is poo**, (-.lie nerve.-"*  are .starved: then comes neuralgia,  iiisomniu. St. Vitus dance, paralysis,  or locomotor ataxia. , __U these troubles are cured -by Dr. Williams' Pink  Pills, becnu.se .they actually make the  rich, red blood that feeds and .soothes  the starved net-res and sends health  find strength to every part of the  body. That i.s why these pills also  euro .such troubles as rheumatism,1  anaemia, chronic erysipelis, indigestion, and the special , ailments of  growing girls and women. But you  must-got the genuine with    the    full  "am?.T>"][:)l;-1'Fllliilms' Pink -''Us foi  tale leople,     on  the wrapper around  m"m- b0X.- ii 'jT11011^, wwto thcTDr.  Miliums' Medicine Co., Brockville,  Out and the pills will be sent by  mail at 50 cents per box. or' six  boxes for S2.30. It you are ailing,  try ,them to-day. '.  '  A .white' mink.'}ias"l*c-oii- dipturod at  Jloborvaf, Quo,, by Mr.-* Henry Porter.  It is -a fine 'specimen, ' considerably  above' tho average'1 size.. The, animal  is'11 very rare-ono und ���is regarded as  very ' valuable for show purposes.'' Its_  'fin "is much* finer, *' thun tliiit of its  brown brothers/, its, clA'wa Jare1 shorter,"1  and it_ nose moro'fiiointod." 1-Alsq, as  in i most albinos,", tho eyes' are "pink.'>��if  ���"���j������"- ***7 1 ., "-..   - ~.,'- -  '*.*  ' Th'o British Columbia -���* government*  surplus reached -$220,000;'for^lnst*-'ycar  ,  *- *      ���-*- -   ���       *���  - " ^ i*<-,-,. \J-j*  " \ Ton cannot b'c'.lfnppy v.whij'oyj"' you  liave jci-i.nh. Tlion., dot not-, delay "-in  getting'a'bottle of-^Holloway's - Corn  Cine. -It removes*'all 'kinds.of, corns  without .pa'inY'Failurd'" witlr,'it is .unknowns ,'     -    _���  ,      :   '.     ���  . '        ���rJ����-  j , ,-,,".. _<j -        _    'I ' Y*?-'--.  l_ The Ohio,'senate 1-as ,,-passed^ a ,'bifl  abolishing :' capital,,.~'p*iirmshm6nfcJ Jrfor,  persons 'convicted-*ofi -murder rinYstho  first dogree',- except where; conviction  shall "bo- for a second, offence, f TI16  house passed ah ' * anti-cigarette,,, bill  -.illicit originated in -that. body.-Y'* _,.'  '���"  ' '   P   .. ~ r������"-^    " s"     '   ,  Minard's   Liniment-  Cures,Colds,   etc.  . '.Prof.*' Willianf1 II.'-VHolmes, archaeologist' of tho" Smithsonian" Iiistitutio.n;'  has discovered tha't many ,of tlio-collection' of 'American, antiquities -in" th'o  institution collection, ,worp made' In ia"  present* day factory; in the]city'"^of  Moxico."' 'Thoy, embrace,, specimens of  ancient;'Mexican  pottery. .," " 4, '\ .  "The Canadian 'Northern;* interests  will*'ask^'ipv-irliambnt-'nes:,^ 'sossiota for  to bridgo the "Rainy ltiver^'iieiir-Fort'  Frances.   '-  ** " 'V'"i(' ".v," " ff'.-    ���-. ���  WOMEN WISE IN  A BACKWARD LOOK.  "Add ye year to year."���Isaiah xxlx., 1  So  goes  the old  year forth, as goes-i,  A king with no attending train.  As goes  a monarch old, who knows  His  further  effort  Is  in   vain;  In  stately  s.equonco   they  have  gone-*-  Thc courtier months���and now, alone  The old year proudly falters on.  The new year comes to claim tin  throno '  '  But wo that stand as subjects stand c  "Within the temple of the years  While faints the narrow thread of san<  That ln the timc-rlass now appears���  Should   wo look out adown  tho way  Whereon  our eager feet  would  faro  Or  should  we  gazo  at  yesterday  And seo what is recorded there?  Aye, backward then a moment's space���  T-ool-r. backward at tlio dimming hllh  Ere yet old  Time with gentlo praco  With drifting haze tho dlstanco nils,  Count now tho hol_hts which hold th,  fi-o.ils '  Which had be en ours to win and keep  Save that we in our shrinking souls  Feared that the climb waa high anc"  steep.  Now the horizon whence we wend  Seems but a path all smooth and fair  Where frowning* hill and valley blend  And any load were light to bear.  Could we go back!   Ah, might we go  Once more upon tho dwindling way  Tho trials should not fret us so���  The   trifles,  now,  of yesterday.  So, in the temple of the years   '  We gaze back at the.fading view��� ���  The composite of laughs and tears���  /rhen  turn  to face  the roadway now  Iho new year comes, as comes a kin-  Appareled in rich-stuffs,  and gold-  Grant  that  unto  it we may bring  The good we garnered from tho.old.  III��  Mark.   ~     ~  It Is said, that the cross mark instead  of a. signature' did .'not'originate In  .ig.iorvince. It was always appeiided to  signatures in mediaeval times as ap  attestation of good faith.  it,."  + fi ���  --" ' "'- X nYF*^ "- PrXAAi  -" - . , \p".hT\*^''>': '"'5 ?-'  need but a brief Pi "rut r o du c ti o' n'to  D *ir���0"li." A:���the dye that colours  all materials----no matter how mixed. . A,  -VColours are pormonent, rich and lovely. - Positively iiron'trub'off orrIado".   ',  M^rs. U. Cr"ecmcr,'-'Burlington, N. ,S.,-  writes:-'- ,"      X\    *,*-'   ' -,'Y."    ''  "DY-O-LA does "not, wash out like  other dyes."   v.' '"*,.'- ,.,  Thero'ro' no- acids or poisons in  DY-O-LA to harm the goods. Uso with  common salt.'        ' " <* '  Card o�� home-dyed colours scnt'on receipt of 2c. stamp. Address, tho Johnson-Richardson Co., Limited, Montreal,  Can.   '  Ask your druggist for ��� a - package,  enough to dye ono-and-ono-half to three  pounds, 10c. .   '  ' When the bread or caU- or ���-,,-._  comes fiom  die  oven li.l.i.'.v  ��� .   . r *-        '     *-..*.*)  and appetising, you arc v,om f  Bay you'have had ��ood lut.-, ^,  your baking.  The "good luck", idea L 3 relic  of the time when hpus.eLt.cpcr*, j.i;.t(j  theiK-ompetcncy against poor flour  _ , To-day good bakingisn't 4 mM._  of good, luck in any'home w|lcre  Royal Household Flour  -is intelligently used.  , la the hands of competent nn*j5(..  wives it'never foils* because h 1- *j.e  '���whitelt'," lightest; pureit aaj ^.st  baking'flour to be had.  If thc, goodness pfyour Ir.Uno*.  due*: to chance, your grocer j, g-..��,,���  ,'you -die wrong kind of �����-_,-.   j��'  , for.Ogilvic's Royal Household.  ' OflHvic Flour.Mills Co., Lid.  ' pMontrcaL   ,  ' "Ogilvie's Book for a Cook " c.,*.  tainS^130 pages of excellent i_-i'iK._  some never publisl��iil'b>ron>. '\-,���_  Sroccrcan tell you how to _di t !���-_____.  51     , 1 . -  Japan will make1 grants of bonds  amounting to .Clo,000,000 in recognition of -services rendered , during thc  war.  Thc Kaiser, who is a well grown  man,. is overtopped by the German  empress. ,Victor Emanuel oi. Ttaly  scarcely reaches up fo tho shoulders  of Queen Helene, and King Charles  o**" Portugal is overtopped by his  queen," but makes up in rotundity  what he lacks ,in height. '  La Grippe  Cured  Twelve times and out!  Doctors say that La Grippe  will come two or three years  more and disappear again  for 50 years. It has a  periodical run of 12 years.  Each time it comes it is  worse than the time before.  This time La Grippe is  prophesied to have" terrible  neuralgic and rheumatic  pains as a symptom and  afterclap. These pains are  the most excruciating���  worse than the rack and  torture. Avoid La Grippe,  prevent La Grippe, or cure  La Grippe, by taking the  specific, scientific remedy  EMNCASB  In Your. Leisure Time  * '   '' , c '.  ,   '  ; -If you could start'ut0 once in a busj.  ness-"which would add'a good round  sum to your present earning*s���ivitH.  OUT 'flNVESTlMO' A " DOLjlliR���wouldn't  you 'do it?' 'f   ^Y-f   ' ��� /  . 1'Well, we 'are,-trilling- lo start joj in'j  a profitable business and we don't-_-.\'  you to put up,any kind of a dollar. "1  ��Our proposition! is this :' We' will j  ship^you the; Chatham Incubator and  Brooder^ freight prepaid, and     , '  '.You' ���xV^yXvioi.Cash Until  ��� After; 1906 Harvest.  ' Poultry raising- pays."'  People who tell you that' there is no  'money, in raising- chicks may have tried  to make money in the bujincs-i by using*  -'setting*/-hens as .hatchers, 'and they  might as--well have tried to locale a  gold'mine in the-cabbajje patch. The  business of a hen Ja���to'lay eg>f-ir As  a hatcher and brooder she is out-1  classed. ..That's the business of the  Chatham .Incubator and,Brooder, and  they do U'perfectly and successfully.  .v^The poultry'business, properly conducted, pays-far betteV than atty othtr  business'for thc amount of lime and  money invested. i -  '1 'Thousands .of poultry-raisers���men  and'women all,over Canada and the  -United States���have proved to their  satisfaction'that it is profitable to raise  chicks with the,'" , ' .'  No.*1��� e-o  No. 2���1M fggs  No. 3���240 Eggs  CHATHAM INCUBATOR  and;, brooder.  "Yours Is tlio flrst Incubator T hiiTe  ���asod, nnd I wish to btnto I I.-..1 -'���  chicks out of 62 c-jrb. 1 bl- -�������* mj  flrut, lot; truly n 100 per cent hnioh.  lam *>ell pleased with roj* incubfttor  and broodor. Tnos. Mc.N AUCirn*.  v ChilHwack. B.C."  ".My flrst hiitch enrno ciT.   I jrot  . 170 lino chicks from lUOcRgs.   \. ho  'can boat that for tho llr*.t trml. on.  no early Itrtho Bprin-r.    I i���� ***-��  pletu-od with   incubator,   anc! if  -could not (jet another mom- cmiw  ��� not buy-lt from nie.  .Kv-crj firm*..  BhoulilWc a No. 3 Chathrtiit In �����   ���  batOr.-F. W. IUmsaV, Uanuvillc,  ���- Ont."        '     1.  "Tho Incubator you furnl-jln*-! mo  1 works oxceortlnply well,   lllf ?X,l  oporated, and only ncodi ab'.iu w  Siinutda  attontion   ovory  dny _ a.  IcQufkib, Moose Jaw, Ab-n.  The Chatham Incubator and Ilrooder  is honestly constructed. There is no  humbug about it. Every inch of material  is thoroughly tested, the machine ��  built on right principles, the insulation  is perfect, thermometer reliable, ana  the workmanship the best.  The Chatham Incubator and Brooder  is, simple as well "as scientit.c ia construction���a woman or girl can operate  the,machine in their leisure moments.  You pay us no cash until after 1900  harvest.  Send us your name and addu's-s on  a post card to-day. ,  Wo can, supply yon qnlcklr ���,*"**,,J^  dlBtrlbutlriff worehouBoa at Calpa. >. '���"��  don, lterfnn. Wlnnlm.*-"**, Now \\ U-.UU nkieij  B.Ol, Montronl. Trallfnx, Chntlmiu. M.****  all corrospondonoo to Cbftlhnm*  nBManson Campbell Co-.w*11  Dept..3B,CnATnAM- CANVDA  Factories atCnATiuM, Ont., and nr.T��oir.  Let  u-s quote  you prices  on a jiood Fanning ����"  or dood Farm Scale  \  ���-'&.  (PRONOUNCED  SlrKEEri)  Sold by a|| Dru-ri-r'sL-, for SI  per bottle.  SAMPLE AND TREATISE FREE  Addrrss, "Sample Dopt. M "  Dr.| T.   A.   8LOOUM,   Limited  Office and Labornlori-n  "OKIn-fStWMt, . TORONTO  All Edinburgh lady ^hvr I-'** .'���'���";  divorced by tho courts loi ��������� ���-*���<'*"���  lior hiisbnnd.  A   .strilco  or  J00,0t)0   �����'"!   "'"'Y'i"  the   United   Stiitoi     M-niis     11,. 1.1-1"  ou   Apiil   I.  -Tho  St.   Louis  jiohcc   ai<-  >"'  ���'  ' '^  sndc   against   pa olan-.y   :o.u     '���'���' "  langtiagc..  Niiict.y-ono  Ghinanioii's  \>mhf Vf^  I'd   in  zinc cases'Hero     shipi" "  Sciitflo   loi   IIomk-Koiik.  Arnl.  S<rr<lM   n��   Cl.nrn*".  Vho   iK.blp   _\i-.-iImsiii   '���H'l'd   N   <"1'|(,r  times put lu ignoble userf.  . A ^ 'J'  with "iconoclastic Ide.-i.** wild: "-*'lUI'!'  boiird of the Ai-.-iblnii horse's b<*Miil,v. - ���  docility,. Its. Intclllffuiice. its t,,""'!"1/1 e  Did: yoii   know   tii.it   it   (;1,nnl  , .L'  family- butter? 'Aniong-thc desert tn  r  when butter la needed  the mill; IH  in a sheepskin bug and t io-1 by ��'.*  rope to the horse's snddU'.    'I1"'  '   A  Is then urged into a trot, and ih'A'  is kept up until the mill* .*������ "J'-'Y1''  >kiii' iu  joggled   into   butter.    A  ilrm, smooth butter it is."  'is  ���       -Hi  a4  flue,  \A^     IM  VJ    |Vo  S72  r  14 THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  f  ASTERN  CANADIAN   EDITORS  A Serlee of Articles Describing their Llv����, their Alm��  and their influence.  44.  R. L. RICHARDSON.  R.  L.   RICHARDSON.     .-, ,   ->  rditor-in-Chlef Winnipeg   Daily  . Tribune.  piilie publicity and popularity are  strong points "of    a .newspaper,  Is ono    of    tho ^'contradictions of  Lalisni  that-Uio 'men   directing  controlling   a/ power ' of    such  Srld-wlda .iniluencflt are   soincUnies  In of wliom tho .public knows not  in   the'names.   Who'knows ./any-  __��� of the personality of, the editor  S the . London 'Tinies.'or -Telegraph,  - -���'  Arid ot the great.  : Daily, News?,'  jiorican '��� papers,  e editors-in-chief  'few''indeed. ,,-  ,* thoseX in which  are   -outstanding  In  Canada, as^-in  ���itain-and*, the''.United 'States; per-  .   .       . -������-..     .....v.. 1-^,...... consld-  6n   the  fHtten.  6ir.il journalism,  witht some,v,, ,  labia exception's, 'does not* appear to  In-, Austria,*, im- Germany,   in"  hmm   and' Mexico   and  particularly  -Franco; tho popularity'of-a news-  _ner Is "dependent 'to'a much greater  ���dent ttian in Anglo-Saxon countries  riter than Jon  the   matter.  ft-iYl'aris,   tho 'first;..* thing  bolted 'at by' a, newspaper"reader,is  ho signature* at tho1" foot .'of'tho art-  ble If it"be that or a''man,recognized.  is an authority on the' topic bf-which  %e  article'-treats Y the ,,\reader says:  (Lot  us  see   what .So-and-So  has  to  ,-iv "   The French*-, capital > has , thus  Mien" been   called . the/City. of--the  Sitrn'ed Article," and 'the" title, marks  binq of the-characteristic'differences  between the ideals of French as .distinguished, from, British -journalism.  The traditions of riewspaperdom In.  Anglo-Saxon   countries���though   -within the past decade - strong personallz-  lng.''forces  have'" bet-va' at ,work���arc  [ll toward the "anonymity'of journalism.' It is an.axiom in almost every  jffice    that ".'the''paper, and not, the  ���Titer, is' to  have all 'the   credit-of  lood work done,' on  and for. it'Y.The,  Subordination of-the individual-io ,the,  Saper   is ,the" fundamental- yprhiclple-  Si" almost' every* hewsphperYo**%tllis:  Me "of the.Atlantl'c:\ ,^'   '   '--.,,.,-Y X,.  ' Tho '-exceptions t���~ arid, ..wittiin th-tir  |ast' few' year's,/the   exceptions - are  potable���have., only, �����,marie' the' rule-  no   more marked.    In -every' generation there^ha've-been;one'or. two out-  Standing-men who are a 'personal" as  rell  as   a -jourria'listic,,power., . Gree-'  py and Dana in ^h'e ''past generation  5f  '\morican    newspaper--.men,   and  joa'st   and   Waltcrson   in*, this,  and  Canadian     journalism      George  prnv.n.-at-'bhee, rise to  Iho.mind, as  ti"n of such personal force that thjBir*  jicwv-nnpers' 'are,   not so   much   oom-  norcial   enterprises   or  even  political  iflnpnres. as the outgrowth' and  ov-  prfssion   of   a    commanding    public*  personality. i '  In present Canadian'journalism  no  jewspapor man  west of T.alce Superior has been moro  in the public eye  fltlicr as a journalist or a politician  a greater extent than It.* L*. Rich-  irclson of the city of Winnipeg, editor-  in-chief and manager of the Tribune  lewspaper.    Mr. Richardson occupies  unique and original position In the  |orrnalistlc and political life of Western  Canada.      His   friends   and supporters, ancl they arc many, vigorously contend that ho Is a devoted, fearless    advocate    of -.the cause of the  pieople of the west., a sturdy champion of the constitutional rights, a,believer   in  tho   present  opportunities  nul the great future of.this country,  and one who would not permit party  lamiiationa    at any time to  interfere  with what he conscientiously believed  [was   just   and    to the advantage of  jhvesiern   Canada,    His   enemies,   and  Ithcy aro not few. dispute these high  [chums   ot Mr.   Richardson's   friends.  Fllowbelt,   there   is- no  difference   of  [opinion as to liis abilities as a journ-  falist,  his  thorough   understanding of  [public questions and his  strength  as  a publicist, largely through his strong  j]>   -tonality,  unquestioned  ability  and  [strength of purpose, he has made the  {Tribune   newspaper    since    tlio  first  i number a factor in   Western  Canad  Man life.  In tho full vigor of virile manhood  '��� "Robert   Lome   Richardson   is   In   his  (journalistic  and.   political     advocacy  characteristically     western     In      his  loi ���..(���fulness   and   energy.    Ills  siren  ii'ius  manner, the    outcome    of    his  ���''length  ot purpose  anil  iinLlriuj-; .energy is evident in every phase oC his  ' islnoss  and   political   career  and   it  not sv.iprising In life's battle If he  \es    as    well    as    receives    hard  locks.  Mr. Richardson was born at Bald-  hon, a little village In the county  Lanark in Ontario ot English and  'Utish descent, in thc year 1SC.0, the  m of Joseph. Richardson and ;Har-  et Thompson, his ���wife. His patcr-  :il  grandfather, .Thouias Richardson,  was one of the early pioneers of the,  old Bathurst district as that part of  Ontario was ' called. His maternal  grandfather fought under Nelson at  Trafalgar which may account to  some extent for the fighting blood  very, evident in the make-up 'of the  grandson descendent. Educated at  the public school of his native place,  he remained on his father's farm until 1S76 when he joined- the staff of  the Montreal Star with which he remained .until 1879 when he became  one'of the editorial staff of the Toronto Globe remaining with that paper'untii 1882.     i   '  , The Canadian -west with its manifold opportunities to the young and  ambitious was beginning that development which', has continued with  such magnitude', to' the present time  and' Mr.' Richardson .recognized his  chance. Ho came to Winnipeg in  1882. He was associated with J. Ii.  Preston", now Al.P.P. In Uie Ontario  .legislative assembly, of Biantford,  'Ontario,' In the publication , of the  Daily Sun in Winnipeg from 1SS5 to  1889, when with D. 1j. Mclntyre he  obtained.'coctol of the paper which  he .continued rto publish as' the Tri-  'bune, 'an independent' newspaper of  -Influence.and ability carried on along  lines prompted; politically'by the convictions of Mr. Richardson himself  *'A* powerful, and convincing' public  speak'er Mr. Richardson entered public life in, 189C'defeat ing Hon. Robert  Rogers! now minister of;public works  In the Manitoba ���*��� government in a  contest 'for the representation of LIs-  gar, in,the House, of Commons and in  the'same general election stumped  the province,, effectually on behalf ot  the,-liberal policy of the time.' - '  ' Differing with J-he loaders of the  Liberal party as to its policy ho ia  1900 was opposed ' by a nominoo of  that party,in IJsgar but was victor-,  ions by five times, his previous majority. , ���' -' .' "','.. ' ! _>  . 'While'Mr. Richardson has the gift  of making sincere political .friends,  he also has the qualities that make  hitter-' political enemies and in '1901  ho'-waa,. thp''only member;against  , wliom the petition etq, unseat was  pressed. .Unseated, owing to 'the  united actions of both political' parties as Is contended, hy Mr. Richard-  'son's friends, .he was defeated 'in 1902  ��� in, the-consequent���'byc-elcotion.by,, the  presence of 'a,.thlrd��candidate in fhq  contest1,', placed 'there11 to, fort her,., his  ..possible- > defeat.", *. Mr. Richardson,  .however, carried every English speaking!-' district, in,, the 'constituency.    ,'  During Mr. Richardson's 'term as  member qfsparliament be-took a pro-  Uninent'positiqn'in ;tho"' debates and  ���was.a'recognixed authority on West-  'om.*1'subjects iliat.v - came '."before the  'house. -'An'-arde'ht believer,in- Provincial Vights "particularly as'regards education ,-he/has taken* strong ground  'and'a prominent position'in-the''con~  itroversies .'and',elections'; In', 'which  that has been the Issue,andJMs paper,  The' Tribune, has- lveen the, leading  jountjtlisiic advocate^ of that course  in.- the west.,   "' ��� ���   . .  Mr.-'.Richardson takes. much .interest in-rifle shooting-and,.has been-a  member' of the-council' of ^he, Dominion ' Rifle Association.,'-1''' He * is a  Presbvterian inr religion,'.and married  in 1885iClara J., daughter<of Uie late  Ira, Mallory "of,,-Mallbrytown, Ontario.  HE WAS LAID ;UP^ -. : I  ^:1F0R^VEfl^EAIf  F^urity of  the  The  Best  Protection  Against Disease���Obtained by Using  DR. CHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS.  if you enquire into the cause of  sickness, pain and''sufCer!ng_ you will  find that fully nine-tenths of it results from' derangements of the liver,  kidneys and bowels.,  This was tne. truth arrived at by  Dr. Chase when he began experi-  .ments which lea to the discovery of  Di. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills.  The liver anil kidneys are intimately, related as-filters, of the blood; and  the regularity of the bowels depends"  on  the healthful  action of the liver.  Hence it happens that when the  liver'and, kidneys are made healthy  and vigorous by the influence of Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills such diseases as biliousness, liver complaint,  kidney disease, (>indigestion and constipation soon   entirely disappear.  With tho liver -and kidneys in  healthful working order, the purity  of the blood is ensured and .you are  protected  againstt colds,  fevers_   and  contagious and infectiotus diseases.  As a family medicine "to promptly  cure the most common ills of life  there is no preparation that can - be  compared with Dr. Chase's Kidney-,  Liver T-rns. in' every' ueiglraorhood,,  there are people who have proven the  merit of this great medicine. Ask  th'em.  Mr. AVm. Cook, Moosomin_ ,Sask.,  writes:���"I have ���been- taking Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills and must  say they have done mc a lot of good.  I have been a,great'sufferer from diabetes "and I' can say to all who a-re  afflicted' with this disease that Dr.  Chase's, Kidney-Liver Pills .will' do  them good. I ..cannot- say that I am  entirely cured, but I have'be'en greatly benefitted by,this medicine." f ���,'  i Dr. Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills, one  pill a 'dose; 25 cents a box, at all  dealers, or Edmansbn, Bares & Co.,  Toronto. Pain cannot exist .where  Dr. Chase's Backache-Plaster Is applied. ' '   .  Chocolate Pie.  Scald one pint of milk. Stir into this  half a cup of flour mixed1 with half a  cap of sugar and one-fourth of a tea-  spoonful of salt. Stir constantly until  the mixture thickens, then stir In the  yolks of three eggs beaten with one-  fourth of a cup of sugar and an ounce  or more of softened chocolate. Flavor  with half a teaspoonful of cinnamon  and pour Into a plate lined with pastry  as for a custard pie. Bake and let cool  a little, then spread upon the pie a  meringue made of the whites of three  eggs  and six level tablespoonfula of  sugar.   (1  MRKbon Heclrpleceft.  Marabou and ostrich combinations  ar�� among the most fascinating neck  adornments for dress occasions In particular, for tho lovely dyes used on the  .delicate feathers furnish an, entrancing  choice. The more sober colors are  equally attractive and prove extremely  flattering to every complexion when in  different shades of brown and gray as  well as all black and black and white.���  ^Vogue.     '   Bar Plus For Collars ana Caff*.  Bar pins ln sets of three for collar  and cuffs are much In use. A. bar of  green tourmalines has clusters of three  pearls at the top, bottom andf at each  end.  Admiral Togo will vihit America in  April,with two armoured cruisers.  leyond Criticism =  CEYLO& NATURAL GREEN TEA  is a perfectly pure tea of the highest quality.  Lead Packets Only.       40c,   50c,   and   60c  per  Ib.         At   all  Grocers.       Highest Award St. Louis,   1904.   Thoroughbred Seeds E Great- West  ' Perfect'development.      "We are many 'times _ over the  largest  growers    of   Manitoba   grown Vegetable Seed.  SEED  GRAIN���We   distribute the seed  throughout the   West,  for "The Orange Judd Farmer,"     in The  qreat  Million . Dollar .  Contest.   We   Know,  we   Have, we Do what we say. Catalog free  THE STEELE   BR1GGS SEED  CO.,,   Limited  221   Market ��t. WINNIPEG, MAN. ''  TlLLl'Y "��� DODD'-S^rKiDN EY/ 0 PI Llis  CURED  HIS   KIDNEY .TROUBLES.^  -v.; '*."' '-���" l���W. - . vY*y*  Now* J-fe's,Perfectly- Healthy and-Able-  . to Work���Gives all ,the Credit to*  vthe"1 Great .-Canadian Kidney Remedy. ', ''*'*,"���*  * Wapella. Sask.. Feb.. 12���(Special,,),  ���Cured of Kidney Disease that laid  him up for, over'a'year, Mr. .Geors'e''  Da'rt leman,. a well known man here,  is loud in.his praises of Dodd's Kidney J^ills,' for, to them and, noth-;  ing else he-claims ho owds his cure.  "Yes, I had Kidney Trouble," Mr.  Bartleman. says. "1 had pains in my  back and other parts of my body and  though the doctor1 did what ho could  tor me I-grew .worse..until I wns uu-  ubliYfo work.       i  "Then 1 started to take Dodd's Kidney Tills, and 1 took,them all winta**  and summer while'1 was unable"to  'work. I took in all*, twelve boxos,  and uow J am perfectly healthy. My  pains are all gone and I am able to  work. 1 heartily recommend Dodd's  Kidney Pills to all ' sufferers from  Kidney Disease. ^  Dodd's Kidney Pills always curo  tiie Kidneys. Healthy Kidneys strain  all "impurities, al'. seeds of disease,  out ot the blood. That's'why Dodd's  Kidney Pills cure such a wide range  of diseases including Bright's Disease,  Rheumatism   and   Urinary   Troubles.  *- xtinuic. {  "You lie in your throat!" hissed the.  mysterious .black knight In the grand  opera,' - ,' *  ' The villagers "drew back and regarded their patron with affrigb.ted"glances.  '���A most deadly insult!" they whispered oih} to another: .''For if there;s  anything our dear,lord prides himself  ou it's his chest tones."���-Puck.,',  '   "   K      '     . i>   '  "Jl     Iininrov-nnent.,'"1   ' ,, "  '' "There is spine doubt about Wiggins'  capacity.",..'      l" ...    " .  ". ���     '! '  "."lie,-has improved, if; that is tlie  case,',' ;nnswered* MrJ��� 'Hainmerslug.  "When I knew him there was no doubt  wliate'ver .about .hls^ incapacity."-^-'  Washington. Star.        '   . ,,       , .  Minard's, Liniment   Cures   Garget ,in  COWS.   -.'��� '   ��� , *., !,,   -l b   /  -' General Booth 'said- at" Exeter ,Hall  { hatvone'of his .cherished .dreams was  the establishment of 'a' university_ of  'humanity: *    .   "   '- ��� ,J"~   - Y,  r (  ' A Lottie of 'Bickle's Anti-Consump-  t'ivb Syrup, taken' according to;dircc-  twris, \wll subdue, a "cough in r a' short  time*,- This assertion "can. bo verified  'by'*hundreds who,havo tried,'it and  are ploased to bear testimony to its  merits so that all may know what^a  splondid ii.edicin�� ifc is. * It costs you  only 2o cents to join tho ranks of the  iisan>(wLo havo"been benefited by its  use.   .    ' "     ,    .  r- '       Tbe Hnttle of  the Gia.nt��. ~  The Battle of the Giants was another" name''given to the'battle^'at Mari-  guario , in "1513 between the1, allied  French 'and' Venetians, and v<the allied  Italians' and Swiss.,artnies.YThe latter  ivoref,defeated wfth slaughter,'over 12,-  000''of,'their troops-being, left on the  Held. .'The victors lost 4,000. The battle was'-given this name'by Trivalzio, a  soldier and historian, who was present  '     '.        " nock:  Oil. '      '    "  1 When petroleum was'first discovered  iu this country it was'called rock oil  and was sold in small v=.als as ,a specific for rheumatism. ? -  An Atmo-ipherlo Te-ft.- ������    f  A curious test of the atmosphere was  tried in ther French 'senate recently, j _*_tive'8 of India  General Billot complained of a headache at a recent session nnd- attributed  It to gas given off by tlie heating apparatus.' The engineer, was unable to find  any defect In the apparatus. Recourse  was had to a "bird test" Bengalee  birds'are reputed to-be very easily asphyxiated. One was hung ln a cage"f or  eight, hours over the fauteuil'in .which  General Billot contracted the headache. As tlie bird was lively at the end  of-that period, the atmosphere was pronounced-pure.      '.  ,.    ' ...       -    ,  - An attempt is being made to suppress'tho habit 'of eating clay and  bricks,  which is prevalent among the  .'.  A. Rare Bird.In  JEn-eland.  The zoo has Just received  the first  hummingbird   which has  reached  th--*  garden andLthe second which'has ever  arrived    in ' England*-. alive.    It   was  'brought ,from   Venezuela  by; Captain  'l Pain,' and Its food is syrup mixed with  .extract of "beef." The bird i3 a dark  'green*in color,*with blue cheeks.���Lon-  I -joa Chronicle.     f   ; '       . '���  ' >  .   *. it  ," . Rudolph ' JEisgenmenger,    of    Hungary,  claims to; have invented  a machine to  revive' peoplc^-A-heY death is  only apparent.    (."       ' .~"Y      f  ' '''Japanese.silk' men aro protesting  vigorously ' gainst' compulsory' examination of Japanese raw silk. ��� f  RHEUMATISM   AND   PARALYSIS.".  They are a powerful *'Netrviline.���  Dyspepsia causes, derangement of the  nervous system and nervous' debility  once engendered is difficult to ' deal  with. Thcfro are many testimonials  as to the efficacy of Varmoleo's  Vegetable Pills in .treating-- tins  disorder, showing that they never  fail,to produce good results. Bye giving ' proper tone to the digestive organs, they restoie cqu.-ibrium to the  nerve centres. ���  '., .Their Complete Home Cure.  , Post F.ree'to' Readers of This Paper'  - ' for Limited Period Only.  t" A handsome illustrated treatise,  giving full description of_Rheumatlsm  and Paralysis,1 with .instructions for  a, complete home .cure, describing the  most .successful treatmentv in the  world, recommended by the ���*,Ministry  ,and endorsed.by'medical men.' This  highly' instructive book was written  by W. H. Veno, a gentleman who has  made' a special study 'of these diseases- The preface is by* a graduate of  the University'of Wurtzburg. Send  postal to-day and you will receive the  book free by return���Address, The  Veno Drug Company, 24 King Street,  West' Toronto.        v>  Tlie first building has been erected  at Dumas, a new town on the Waska-  da branch  of the C.P.E..  Five   Indians   on   the   reserve  Wolseley .(raised this  year    over  bushels of grain each.  near  GOO  The  Nova,Scotia"Lumber ,  King"  says: .  ���*. "I .consider MINARD'S LINIMENT the BEST liniment in use.  .- I got my foot badly'.jammed lately. I bathed it well with MINARD'S  .LINIMENT and, ifc', was as well as  over next day."r -  '        ,    - Yours very truly;     , ' ���  T. G.' McMULLEN. ,  Six members of the, new British parliament  are Canadians. *.  TO A NEW V.  Clean, ,crisp, innocent V, ,    ,  v Fresli from the'mint,' ,. -  ..Sent forth ln this hard world   ���  ',  To do your Btint,'  It'makes me rather sad        ^        ',  .    "To see you<Eo',"   '       ' "'     '"  For so.on. your namo will b��    ,  ,     "Tainted," I know. f -       '  .  You'll pass through divers'"ways ,  '   And crooked deals, - _,  And wicked avarice , --  Will dog* your heels.  ���  Likely enough/twill bo ��� '  Your wretched fate ,  With-"graft", besmirched notes to  Associate. , ,  .      ,. .' . :    '  You may bo held in somi"��� ,   '  Trust pirate's thrall '    .   ,      . <  Till.therejs left you no     *    '  Honor at all. , , ���  Then you'll be ostracized  �� By people good;   , .   ���  .  Condemned for others' gins,  "'   Misunderstood.   '**'*,  ' 'You could not even-be    ��� fi  *���    Giveri away, ' -    ,    <,  For service with the Just;   - . .  ��� h You'd haves toJstay ���        f   '  .  Wlth'outcast cash.'.and.all'    ,    v  ,  Your days^be spent  Under a ban, ^despite        t      *"    ,f''  Your good intent. v     * '  yrup  Imperial , iyisplo  ,i Always    Satisfactory  Aak your dealer for Imperial Maple Syrup.   Do not allow him to substitute ,  an inferior article because It is ohoapor. (  gH!i*jj*V-'tr1-'!JlxtJ-l3!!1E  The Manitoba Gaim, Adjusters-  Collection  and ClainnsB  Coiiaot accounts in all parts of Manitoba.,  ��� .' Undertake the Collection of all Claims for short .or damaged freight,  etc. .Investigate and Collect all claims for personal injuries  stock killed, or crops destroyed by fij-e. "     . '    , -     '  ���  . If you have a claim of such a nature,   write  us for our  terms    Our'Manager was   for 5'years connected'with the LeSal  and |  Special Service Department of the C/P. R. and-will give all claims his  personal attention.  '      ,'" " ('  THE MANITOBA CLAIM ADJUSTERS  618'ASHDOWN BLOCK, '"  ' '   .', *        * " \  "Winnipeg. "-*    '  B. W. THOMPSON,  " -        , Manager.  <    ��,a.j  , %i\  v ��",. 1  ' I.  - f.i  lw  V-T  ' l. *  - f,s I  f-'j  ��� i"i l  *A,'|t  t  I  14  FASHION AND FIGURE.  ' r  *��� * ��� ~~  Good Form ScceMary-Simple Beam  of Aciuirinsr It.  Speaking of the fact that fashion has  been rather slow in .adopting the empire style in dress, an authority on the  human figure says it js clearly evident  that "what has kept tlie empire vogue  from attracting general approval hitherto has been a stupid indifference to  figure. The presumption wns tliat nothing mattered beneath loose folds,  whereas, on tlio contrary, everything  depended on the perfection of tho llg-  vre."  A  Good  Citrrliiare.  The woman who has a bnd figure  nn<l desires to improve it has it greatly  In her own power to do so. Setting  aside thc question of diet entirely, although it is so important a factor iu  both good complexions and figures, one  must begin with lhe most simple rules.  A woman who Mauds badly will never  look -well. She must contract the habit  knowingly, both iu standing and walking, of. keeping the stomach well ki^ tlio  chest -well forward nud expandcu, the  shoulders.back and tho head poised at  n slightly raised yet comfortable angle,  which will not allow the chin to fall  upon tlie neck. There Is also the. question ,6f breathing., '  lUg-lit  nrcM-Milni**-.  Deep breathing exercises should ���-be  included* in the physical, education of  every child who Is carefully and conscientiously brought up. One thing is  certain ���no woman can develop her  chest naturally without accurate  breathing. In order to practice U properly the head must be thrown back,  the" shoulders kept ���square and a deep  breath taken very slowly .through, the  noso until the lungs arc tilled with air.  There is no more effectual aid to beauty than deep breathing, .for It h.-is the  most remarkablo effect on the Interna  organs, and therefore on the geu^a)  appearance.  Princess Henry of Battenburg is one  of the most accomplished members of  tho royal family. She paints well, is  ii good judge of art, collects rare old  lace *vith *��ll thp acumen of a, connoisseur, and in' addition is a clever  musical   composer   and   brilliant,  pian-  iste,     * ,  i   . ���^��� i  Minard's  Liniment  Cures   Diphtheria.  THE CLAM'S NECK.  Pnr-poae and  Ch*��racterl��tic�� of This  Or-rau ol tlie Bivalve.  Persons who have seen soft' shell  clams as tliey lay in a pan in the kitchen preparatory to being cooked scarcely recognize them in their natural state.  Many of us who have seen clams know  that they have "necks," but are ignorant of the purpose and .characteristics of this attachment, As they lie  on cue ground they are far from being  close mouthed. In fact, they are seldom to be .seen with the shell closed.  From oue end projects the "neck,"  which may be three times as long as  tlie shell when fully extended. This  fact, ln case tho "neck" is stretched  out, makes one wonder how such a  length can be contracted into such a  small space and how much remains in  the shell after tho "neck" has beeu  elongated. This is the astonishing characteristic of the soft shelled clam aud  the one that makes him unrecognizable  to so many people. One ,of thc clams,  for instance, is three inches long. His  "neck" when extended is possibly eight  or nine inches long and as large around  as a man's middie finger.  As every one knows, the clam when  inits native haunts is to be found several inches below the surface of the  sand. He has to.be dug up when discovered by the little spurts, of water  which /the clam beneath throws up  when, disturbed. .  This "neck" connects the clam with  his food supply iu. the water above.  In the "neck" are parallel tubes.  Th��ougu one tube1 Uie clam sucks in a  quantity of water. From the water hei  absorbs whatever nourishment it may  contain .and then expels the water  through the other; tube.  One niav wonder how the clam gets  into the sand or mud. At the end opposite the "neck" may be soen an appendage resembling a turtle's tail in  shape aud called a foot. It is with this  foot-that he digs his way downward.,  c    .    ' He W���� "Wise.  . Young Bachelor���You made a funny  error in congratulating the'bride's father instead of the bridegroom.  Old --Benedict���No. I didn't I've a  daughter of my own, and I know what  they cost.���Illustrated Bits.  ClrouitiKtttntlnl  "Evidence.    ,  , rickpockct (to lawyer who has got  _ira free)���Even you believed me guilty.  Lnwver���Ob, no; not in the least.  Pickpocket���Then why did you leave  your watch and pocketbook home?���  Mcggendorfcr Blatter.  BABY'S   OWN   TABLETS.  MILD IN. THEIR ACTION.���Par-  melee's Vegetable Pills,ate very milo  in their action. 'i.iey do not cause  griping in the-stomach clr cause disturbances thero as **.o many pills, clo.  Therefore, tlie most delicate can take  them without fear of unpleasant results Tliey can, too, bo admuustere'l  to children without imposing tne penalties which follow the use of pills not  so carefully prepared.  , WANGKANG" CEREMONIES.,  Uovr  the   Chlnei-e Attract  nnd   Then  Deitroy Evil   Spirits.  .'Recently the Chinese' residents of the  Straits Settlements had a great procession, called "wangkang," to get rid of  a large accumulation -of evil1" spirits,  says a writer in the Chicago News.  Ceremonies' of this sort are held by  the Cliineso about once in fifteen years.  The plan is to construct,a richly decorated junk, fill it with dainty 'eatables,  money, live animals, incense and other  tempting' 'things and then to' take it  about the city with music and appropriate'singing and great pomp generally. . . ,    ���       '  This'causes the evii;spirits to come  out to see what i3 going on. Beholding the, splendid junk and its rare.con-  "tents, they crowd inside.1 Demons of;  sickness are especially sought.for and  snared." " ���- . ��� '"���*-  After the junk(has been sufficiently  p'araded so that it Is chock1 full of demons, it ishburned and the evil spirits-  perish. Formerly the junk was set  adrift on the" ocean, but sometimes ii  was stranded on some island or other,  tcausing great suffering to thev.inhab-  Itants thus exposed to the attacks of  the marooned spirits. So now tlie junk  is burned at the close-of each ceremony  of'the sort  The Chinese in the vicinity of Singapore spent about $10,000 in getting rid  of their demons this fall.  i    1  ���*. * I  i M  v      Vf  ;"if!  5   ��;,���  <   v.*!  -  Afd  v.        *'*"''  Meets thc mother's need in caring  for the health of her little ones as no  other medicine in the world can. The  Tablets curo constipation, indigestion, coiic, simple fevers, diarrhoea,  teething troubles and expel worms:  Thev break up colds and prevent  croup. Thoy make children sleco naturally and' healthily, because thoy  remove the cause of .sleeplessness. vAnd  thev are tho only medicine that gives  the* mother a solemn-gunrantco thai-  it contains no opiate or poisonous  soothing stuff. They are good for  children from biith onward; tliey al-  w.iy\ do good���they cannot possibly  dohnrni. Mrs. Geo. Turner, Binry's  Uav, Out., s.iys:"I have used Baby's  Ow"n Tablets for the troubles that  come to Uttlo ones with perfect satisfaction. 1 think there is no medicine can equal the Tablets." Kvery  mother ought to keep a box of these  Tablets in the house as a safeguard  for her little ones. Sold by all druggists or sent by mail at 2o cents a  box by writing Tho Dr. "Williams'  Medicine Co., Brockville,  Out.,  MSf    M  <U    No  Queen  Alexandra's  CamerE.  A. most Interesting feature of the fiftieth annual exhibition of. the Royal  Photographic Society. London, Is a selection of splendid enlargements from-  negatives ���'������by. Queen Alexandra. She  seldom travels wi.hout a camera; in,  fact, it is one ot her most constant  companions, and her collection of photographs therefore is both extensive  and unique."     ,  One may note a strong evidence of  arti'stlc feeling tn the selection of the  subjects as displayed In. pictures chosen for the exhibition, and the fact that  thoy have stood enlargement so well  is excellent testimony to the Queen's  technical knowledge of the art. In sea  view's particularly the Queen's artistic  instinct is stronsly marked with delightful cloud effects.  A remarkable photograph is that of  a loyal crowd , In Denmark; assembled  outside the Amallenborg Palace on the  occasion of! the Kins of Penroo-rk'*  blrthdaj*.  Thc president lias paidoned Midshipman John l'_ul. Millet, -or Kentucky, recently convicted of hazing at  Annapolis  naval  academy.  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Distemper.  Contradictory.  Little Efltth had a habit,    .  Habit very bad,  '   Known, to mako.lt brief, aa "mussing"  '        Everything she.had. ,  L-Ittlo Edith thought her'mamma ^  , Inconsistent quite���  "Bays I muss and then I mussn'tl"  Bald tho puzzled sprite. ,  *     ���New Orleans T-/*QeB-D��mocr*iL  .Blainnrck'a  Favorite  FIsmre.  Prince Bismarck, it is said, had a  curious superstition connected with  the number three and apparently not  without reason. He served three German emperors; he fought In three  wars; he signed three treaties of peace;  he arranged the meeting of the three  emperors and established the triple  alliance.    '   F���tn,-fonln.  Patagonia was named by Magellan  from a Spanish word signifying "big  foot." He formed his impression of  the natives before seeing tliem by tlio  Imprints of their ample pedal extcn  sions in the sand.  Kvternallv or internally it is good.���  When applied externally by biisk  rubbing, Dr. Thomas' Eclcctnc Oil  opens the pares and penetiates the  tissues as few liniments do, touching  tlie seat of tlio trouble and immediately affording relief. Adiiiinisteied  inte'inallv, it will still tho irntation in  the throat which induces coughing  and will cine affections of tiie bronchial tubes and rcspiratoiy oigans.  Trj* it  and be convinced.  now n   Grcnt Actor Lived.  Charles Mathews, oue day previous  to the period of his publicly proclaimed dire bankruptcy, invited a friend to  dine . with . him. , The . walnuts were  washed down by some rare sherry.  "That's a delicious wine," his friend  exclaimed. "It must have cost you a  lot of money." "it didn't cost we anything that I know of," tho flighty comedian answered, with a shrug, "1'ou  had it given to you, then?" the friend  suggested. "Oh, no," answered Mathews; "I bought it from Ellis,, in Bond  street?" "But he will charge you somb-  thins for it?" the friend exclaimed In  astonishment "I believe he does write,  something down in a book," Charles retorted gravely. "Let's have another  glass, my boy."  Fnilnre. (  "Oh, George, I don't think .that new  safety razor of yours amounts to anything at all."  "Why not' dear?" * ,  "Because I tried to use it today, and  I couldn't do anything with it."  "What were you trying to do with  itr  "I was only trying to sharpen a pencil, and it wouldn't cut a bit"*  Notes   From   the   Jev-reler*-.'   Circular.  Gold beads are used for the' new  broad collars.  Green, rose and yellow gold with  platinum is used iu a uew line of gentleman's vest chains.  Scarfpius show odd designs, as a  pearl lish, a diamond owl, a Turk's  head in enamel ��� and au interrogation  point of diamonds.  Chrysoprase and pearls, the green  and the white, afford a pleasing contrast  as employed with rose gold in some of  the latest designs in tlie German style  of "new art."  Sets of three handy pins are displayed in new openwork designs. Many  nre in ring shape, composed of pearls  and rubies in alternation, and in the  comer of the rin_ is a single flower on  % gold stem.,  1'..There is a Delicacy of flavor}  I    ' a Delicious Something in  I    .     the Rich Aroiria of  I  Gold   Standard   Tea  Hi "Guaranteed the Best"  s|-  That brings you back to  tha  v|.    grocer for another package  ^    when vou havo once tasted  *"-      it.   Buy a i-ound now,  35, 40 and 50c. per pound  Xi\  The Jar of  Coughing  STOP   IT  Every drink of liquor taken, forcet)  the heart beyond the 'natural beat,  It also causes kidney and live"  troubles- Nerve exhaustion Is on��  of the ailments brought on by eved  rcoderate drinking. Stop at ouce thi  use of liquor. If it inconvenience!!  you to do this It is proof positiv��  that you have the disease of inebri  ety. and need medical help. Then  seek for the best aid- The Keelej  Cure has restored half a million  people hack to health, prosperitj  and happiness- Write today for evl  dence and we will prove our claims  Address in confidence,' '  THE   KEEL^EY    INSTITUTE  133 Osborne St., Winnipeg.  Hammer blows, steadily applied, break the hardest rock.  Coughing, day after day, jars  and tears the throat and lungs  until the healthy tissues give  way. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral  stops the coughing, and heals  the torn membranes.  "I ��1w��t��-lt��op Ajrer'�� Cheirr Pectonil in  the Ikmwo. It eiT���� vnt^TeUttiwlMajir^  _n*f of u�� Ijave coiif-h* or.'hMd..colds. 1 J**"*  ntod It frir a irre��t manr J-***-* ���_�� ���*,��??_  all about �����'���Mju. M_BT'OBXKTBAa,Vaiy��-  boi_.i*.-C '*���:"��� .       ���   ���  xyi-r Co.. I.O-J/-.U, Mam.  **nani_-|.��-*-''-r**'}''-'> of  SAKSAPARILLA.  PILLS.  HA-S YIOOR.  Biliousness, constipation -r��t,ar_.f1��"  eovery. Our* these with Ayer'�� PUta.  Boy- niul  ll-illoona.  The French schoolboys had recently  to pass a government examination at  the close of the primary course. The  Invention of balloons was the subject  given. ������Balloons were invented," wrote  one boy, "by the brothers MontgolBer.  *,\ho were paper makers. They took a.  large balloon and filled it with paper.  They then set light to the paper, and  tho balloon went up." Auother boy included a treatise ou ballast in his essay, with di.*a-*tmu3 consequences.  "When the aerostats, such being the  name given to men -who ride in balloons, wl--.li to come down they fetch  some sand nnd gravel and put It in the  balloon. The lattr-r is thus rendered  heavier and more elongated." A pithy  .btatemcut. made is. "The aeronaut  places himself within the balloon, tlie  basket being used'for.provisions."  A  Strcnnon.i  Co'llc-are,.'Prc*il'il��nt.  .The energy of President Harper of  the University of Chicago'is both the  despair and the admiration of ythose  who know him. His driving power is  extraordinary. Said a member of the  faculty: "Dr. Harper, knows all about  the 'eight hotjr day.' He puts in two of  them .every twenty-four hours." For  years Dr. Harper went to bed at midnight and rose at 5. To a theological  student downcast because he. could arrange no hour to meet the president for  advanced work Dr. Harper said, "Are  you free at 5:30 in the morning?"  "Yes," was the startled answer. "Then  come every day at that hour." And tho  arrangement  was   concluded on  that \k  -w-f.vf*  ��*T-f  ���>-,  v ^ri**1*  . *W".I*  ���jXftx  ';ffl ,  to  '���}������#�����  Ik!  ���fe��  -J-'i-H-ti*  ,.}' ."I  ,-H ��� -  I �����* .'  (    '.  *,, *  KV*.  THE ll'^'��   wwir.   K3.1TiSIi COLUMBIA  IHE MOYIE LEADER.  , r iblirlied in the interest of the people  of Moyie and East .Kootenay.  F. .1. SMYTH  MOO.,    -   -    -    Pul-Ushors.  KATES OF* *JDBSCB1PT10K.  Oie Yoar  _*2.00  PATURDAY, MAR'.   3, 1906.  IS Ii' PERSJEOUTIO-N?  1 "  '      ;' ,  Before the law all  men accused  or  --ii-ppcted of crime ai.e innocent until  ihey have   been proved   guilty.     Tho  -union   utiicials   arrested  in  Colorado  nud ��� taken  to   Idaho   to answer  the  pb*-.rga   of     ssB2.gsinati.Eg'   .Gevernor  pteunrnbere, have not been tried and-  therefore are not knor/c to  be' guilty  i ... -(-.   .-. >.  c f the critria alleged. ,  , The Critic, a newspaper published  in Salt Late City, eays it has not the  slightest doubt but what a conspiracy  f-tista among the mine owners of the  ' west, having'for ita purpose tho break  inu up of tbo Western Federation of  Miners. Innumerable facts have been  disclosed at various times tliat point  unmistakably to a connection between  the   -mine-owners'   association    and  ��� crimes committed,  which  afterwards  * have been charged against thor* Western Federation of Miners, in order to  ''''-" i A .    i i  ���discredit and disrupt this organization.  Thore is not a "shadow of doubt it  ! says aa to the*1 guilt of the large mine-  owners of' the state of Colorado in  civil matters. , It is a well known fact  '" bow they, have debauched tbe legislature and judiciary of the elate, and  by tlireats to close down all the \mines  of tiio state they have  held  in  check  j ���*"��� ���  the legislature and iorced it to do its  ' bidding" Even ' tbo man- acting as  '    Governor    today,   nDsse'sseSviao legal  rii-ht to tbe  offic-a, never having  been  ,1 V  elected or even  a candidate for election.     ' ��� ,  The man'ner-of arr&at pi Moyer  and  "- , Hrywood,proves tbat this governor ib  but  a tool   of 'the  mine-owners   and  .willing   to    prostitute   hia   oflice   to,  .-  further tbeir private   interests.  'Why  * ��� .* rf  . could be not'have followed theordin-  , *    , . - V ft'  ' ary . legal procedure and granted a  -  'hearing   in    Colorado,    allowing  the  requisition for extradition if  the<   evi-;  dduoe warranted? The very-method  ���    jaf' procedure* in , this case speaka  ill  for the,authorites,  Out-rob Scrrloea.  Presbytehiak���In the Oddfellows  Kail. Sunday School at 3 p, m. Evening    service   at' 7--W.  Everyone wel.-ome. s  G. H  FrNLAY, Pastor.  Methodist���Sunday 8chool at 3 p  m.   Evening service at 7:30 o'clock.  Everyone welcome.  D. M. PERLEY.B. A., Pastor.  For Sale.  The placeknown as  thti jDil!  milfc  ranch, 320 acres, good barn and house,  Apply to ' ' '     ,  J. E. Crowe, Moyie, B. C.  IF YOU ffAYE A  LOTTO SELL,    ,  A HOUSE TO .RENT,   '   -  MINING��TOCKT   OSELL  ( i  Or if you wish to invest  iu'any of tbeae conault  i , r,   i  B     /ARRELL * SMYTH.  Lairg's Barber   Shop.  ,* Opposite Hotel Kootej-jay,  Sharp Razors, Clean Towels and Good  Workmanship.  Walter B. La_n*g, Proprietor.   *.  ',     ���THE���  J  ',-���*.  .; Central Hots.. ,  '' WRBfypfJXlgR #BOS, .Props.,,  Large sample 'room in - connection  with bouse for commercial inen., Best  of accommodations. ��� ,  -  ^Headquarters  for, .Commercial and Mining Men.  QUEENS   AVENUE,  MOYIE,  B. C.  JOb  -. *,,  prices Given , ���  and   .Orders  ,  Taken onr.  Everything   '.  in| the Printing  Line at the" ,  Moyie should have a bank.  March ccuie in like a lamb.  The board of trade should \jMke up.  U  \si  The St.. Eugene is  certaiuly   "making good."  . ���.���������--   An effort should be  made   to, maj-e  Moyie a "city beautiful."   ..��.   '^Aru't  we  proaperouB?"   asked    J.  Piorpont Morgan.    Some of we are.  Br, Scott's Cure  r ���  ��� for .'��� '-   .���'  Coughs  i '  Golds  r '     "1 , f.       v       '  And  Consumption. -  The Moyie  Drjig and Stationery  Store.  ��� 'i_E=toetl _BSstett���t ',',- ';/    -' " ir  ���1 ^ r l ( ^       tH* 1 <  '    < -Y   ^      . ,      < l] i     fi     '  Farrell & Smyth,; Moyie. ;,���;  f i i L *.  MHffiAI  ,    Comfortable  Rooms   and v  Best of   ���   '"x  Table Boards j  *-       -t <        i  J. A. GOUPILL, Fropr.  ,  -i.-*   t ��� ���*  Lady! barber Shop: /  1 MISS "LIKDELL; Proprietress:  .    '   Y .. �� '���<,'���'     *   .  First Class   Work.    Bath   Booma m  '., ~ ..     ' Connection. , \ f        -" J  VICTORIA ST.-  _COTIE.  A. b   MgKILLO!  NELSON,  B. C  5000  ��� "The moat attractive young men receive the smallest salariea, aaya a Chicago Club woman. Poasiblyl but why  shoulvl 8he be personal about it?    (,  TRA&E  MARK  Py^BURNS & to  ''      WHOLESALE AM A* KKTA1X     '   {  i     v *  U *>       f . L.  meat^^hkkghAnts r  "    ,',  < Fresh "and Cured Meats, Freab   (  Fish'/Game and"' Poultry.    We '< ',  supply   only   tbe  beat.  -^Your^ '  ��� '���' ,J~ '  * -' '  trade solicited.        * iL  -MARKETS  ,-      *.   * ��� -uA.uja.ci-JL'*.. -     v -      *,���  ,^^��'f^*?^^'<<-;, ,   v,-.,  In ����� all   tbe; Principal To^S^Cp��.  Citiesvahd " Towns1 In -s^v'^m'-i -s -^;** 4-_ '*4(  CitiesvahdrvTpwns^  British Columbia  Meete every Tut-aday evening in their  h-ill   on   Victoria  street.    Sojourning  Odd Fellowa cordially invited.  P. G. Kouth, F.J. Smyth,  ,      Noble Grand. Seer jr.  Mto^ie   Miners'   Union  " No. 7-J W.F. of M^  Meets in McGre-zor hall every Saturday evenine. Sojourning member,  are cordially invited to attend.  Thos. E, Kblly, ,  I. O. O. F-  I -Wlldey LoUtce No. *****  \V_. J. Fbltham,,  President.  Secretary  MOYIE AERTE NO. 855  ileet'a every   Wednesday at  8 P. M.  E.A.UILL,o        'J. U HAWKE,  Worthy Prea.       '     Worthy Secr'y.  Harvey   &   McCarter;  Barristers,'Solicitors. Notaries, Etc...  Cranbrook,   -   -   B. C.  W. F. OTJRD,  '  ' BAKKJSTKK, SOI.IOITOB, fCTO.    ���  *. - -    ^        -   ' - r  r " i  CRAlfBROOK.     '        .    ���" V '    B. C  CD/^1~^a^  Having  -decided, to close but my business ft  Moyie, I am offering my wjiole stock of  Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Underwear, Top Shirts,'Sweaters, Hose'   ,  s * 11  and everything to be found in a first classaeuts i  FurnisningcStore  :C. H.D1JNBAR   ,:,  '        '  ' '' ���   v        ' '  ''- /I  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  ���   ,, *       /������.,..��  J   Cranbrook, B. C.   -;  DR;. i\ 'B.'MILES,)?  ' * ' , I O  x>__b_srrisT _*.  *, ��� , i i '  Cranbrook,   : ;.    ,B, C,  George.H. Thompson;  v ��    ." <���  ���Barristkr, Solicitor, No*  ;    tary Public, -fcc."       f  y\ y i   \  OBA.NBBOOK,���"   "British Columbia.f  -BUY YOUR  ' ' ' "*" ��    A ���  ' 0&r3oL<3xY''  The Sale IS Now Oii  \'       i       i..      '"  Come in and examine godds^and see  ; ,      .prices., It will'paly'yoju'.'-  vlS  If I  X- i  .JL  i  "paf: jGHxmOft''  V."  fvLW  s  1'  i ThitJ Hotel is New and'well Furnished\-Tliea  *   ���-   .     rr��_-wii_'' o;,��L^1-;��.^l    ^rrH-\l    +>>'-���.   T*dOt   tVlQ '  1  i  Tables*are Supplied with,the Best the  ���",,* Maraet aiTords. r The1 Bar is Filled with''  : , -the Best .Brands ;bf/,Lic_uqr3 and -Cigars,...  XX   *;   "v*'. ���"    <.rY'-;;Y',w   Xf  ,.:Y     ,' ��� ��� f    ..  >*' ^HEADQUARTERS,'_?OR..COMMERCIAL  .      'j  ' ' .  '"V^ '' 3'vvAND MINING MEtl-   **,.-;  \ * "��  ���MlU>��v^e*^��������e a^��g^-g����i��5*��9>*��i>*^.>s*g**rt<^ ���  A    GOOD    GUIDE.  ��� roRTIIErUKCHASKO-P A-flKBARMljour elaborately  I ���. "led uli P-K** STEVLNS BOOK. Thi- *v>*J*"'��l��f  r"vl>^lfcVnc*?v1��CT.bes lhe most compleu: ��a>l "**��!  \ line of sin-jlc shot  I Rltlea    -     FUt-��ls Shot��v��.n��  '    - -etc., the output of one manufacturer.  FromtheSTtVESS-Majn-inl.Jr nils:of the borshpof-  ?r to "ehel.y. f^cySveveo-.are-trifl-s of the world s  "iirMnn shots, the idenl.cal hieH sundard of excellence  | Is ni-Klly m-uuuined.  ,_rJE,VE.NS      FIBvEARMS  1 are sold by all wining K^l*. anil h"**-*Sr,-r?"!f?i;  S AiL t!.cn. for cr make��� l.ts.M on g*-t*inij it. Don t he  " ~t o.l *. .th toinetl.li.-; " j ust *.���> K��*<1 ��� Tl* ��J�� Uvtt  I ".evens Ar-..s are CUAKANTBKD POR ,9"Ay,T>  I JliouldYrornpt yo-. to be sure to specify thin tirne-  I Sv-nd'twoK. stamps fcf Ste-vens Book and RlSe Puirle.  1 J. STEVENS ARMS fa TOOL, CO.  1 P.O. Box 4091  Chlcope�� F-mlls. Ma����., U. S. A'.  NiBEDED  ���Vntiuallv, to fill the new positions ere*  .ued'b'y Railroad and Telegraph com-  p*inie.**.V"We"wrtnt Young Men and  Ladies of good habits, to  LEARN TELEGRAPH"*  AND R. B. ACCOUNTING  We furnish 75 percent, of the Operators and Station Agents in America:  Our six echools are the largest exclusive Telegraph Schools in the would.  Established 20 years nnd endorsed by  all leading Railway niricuils.  We execute a $250 Bond lo every  student to furnish him or her a position paying from %40 to $60 a month  in states east of the Rocky Mountains,  or from $75 to $100 a month in states  west of the Rocky Mountains, immediately ui'py graduation.  Students can enter at any time.   No  i vacations.    For Tull particulars regarding any of ou: achnola write direct to  our executive office at  Cincinnati. O.  Catalogue tree.  The Morse School of Telegraphy  e.g/wynne;  i   Tobaccos,      Confrctionery  Fruits, E'c  Cigars,  FARRELL BLOCK,  Victoria St  Wm. Jewell-  Express and General Delivery .'Business. " Livary aiid  Feed Stable.  r~?rx*T*-  A (  ., FROM'    '  c j  L B.;Stewart &'.Co.  " l < V  *        Agent* for   Crown' .Nest '  ���" ,    Steam Laundry.  W.D.JOHNSON,  Stove fixer and  , Repairer.  A.pply at "Leader" office.  - tn*.-*^- "����� i 11 in i'm ���������iii nn   ' -"���~" "^���"M"  Leave Orders at  vGwynne's Store.  MOYIE  British Columbia.  GET WHAT YOU  . . ASK   FOR ..  Unscrupulous dealers have  been known to place inft-rior  boots in our cartoon and repre  sent them as "Leclcio Roots.'  Don't be imposed upon, There  are no othera "just as good.'.'  The above trade mark is indelibly branded on. the sole of  ���ivory genuine "Ltckie Boot."   It  . > i. *: " *-*  stands for all leather boots made  to resist the rougest wertern wear  Ask for ��nd insUt on getting  Leckie Boots,  ClnclmiKti, Ohio.  Atlanta, Ga.  T-sx-irkiiiia, Tex.  Rullalo, N. T.  .   I,aCr��>��He, Wis  San KranciHOo, Cat.  ��bving machine:  ROLLER BEAR.NO.  HIGH GRAOS.  St    Joseph's   Convent.  NELSON, B. C.  jioarding^and D,iy School conducted hy tlie Ri-Jters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B C. Coiiimerci.il and business  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift progre.ss characterize each department. Parents should writo for  particulars. One month assures the  public of the thoroughness of the  Sisters' methods of tHac-iin-*-. Terras  comm nee January, April and Sept.  Pupils are admitted durinc tern*.  FOR   FINE   TAILOEING   GO   TO  C. A. FOOTE  MERCHANT   TAILOR  ,Akd Gemts' Furkibhek,  Fine   Suitings,    Overooating  Trousers,   Imported    Goods.   ��  ,    .   (UNION   SHO|?.) o  MOYIE, ��        B. C  A*  m-i'di! by the   proHPrilv brewer-is   udm'ittedlv   ibe  Best  Beer in East Kootenay. Willi tl.o Best Malt aud  tbe Purest Spring Water it w unexcelled for quality.  Imist on having Moyie Beer,      ���  Bottled and Draft Beer.  JTJUUS MTJELLERj Proprietor,  v   , " . '   5 ^ sioYJE, n. c.  Winter  PR.EST PHOTO CO.  Ckandrook and Moyie.  by buying t^b i  reliable, honest.'  high grade isew-  ing machine.  Q.'.F. DE3AULNIEK.  . ���'��� I IiEAIEE   IN  IMIL  PROMPT   DELIVERY.  aueens' Ave.      MOYIE  W. B. BEATTY  BEGINNING FEB, 15, 1906  THROUGH  TOURIST  SLEEPERS  Eyery Day In  Tho Year Between  ,,''*-���' '   '    ���  .   v        '    .  Seattle And Chicago  yi��   the  Great Northern Failway  The Corplprlable  Way  Route of  the  famous Oriental Limitod  For detailed information, rateer,  etc.,  call on or adress  JAS.   BELFREY, Agent    G.'N, By.,  -DdW  ROSSLAND.  FEBRUARY 7   to  10.  SINGLE FARE  ROUND   TRIP.  _"eb. 7tb, 8th and 9th, good to  return  ; to Fob. 12th.    .".'  T. V. LOWNEY, Prop.  MINERS' HEADQUARTXRS.    This hotel is  close  to  tho   mines  every Convoniencfa for Working Men.  South Victoria St. M��  Full Programme  Canadian  Winter Sports,  For Programmes, Rates  and   detailed  innlormatioc, apply to local -..-rat.  J, S. Carter, D. P. A.., Nelson.  5, J, Coyle, A, G. P, A., Vtacoaver.  A. L. McDERM  Wholesale Wines, Liquors  and Cigars.  CRANBROOK, British Coiud^j  Insure in the  COMPANY.  FARRELL & SMYTH  AGENTS.


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