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Array -*���**"  . ^'Mf'4  r    t  A,:  -.���' J  ,*���" 1  ,^-t  V  MOYIE,.B. 0...MARCH 4-, 19QE  S3 A YEAR  ^^g^^-^^^^iS _k-A  ���New -Goods  ���-     Whip- goods are arriving daily  I *JSw ^fore haye fb* people -  f'"' Soyieliad the opportunity of  1 . SSfromsuoH acomplete and  ,S'   Snorted stock as  we MA  iiowonliand.,    .    *        _.;  ,.,.  :o'cal news:  Liberals Held Meeting Tuesday.,  ."���     ' '''tr, -.'��������-; <i Inch _r-i.de boot, well nailed,  lnUi.s lin�� *e are oft^^^ on   tbe <,  ,  ����    This boot i8.e _ual-,to  any   *i.w ,  2;I ^ i- nothing to beaHt ,���   Vy ���  n  Y��nvthing in "the, market for wall paper,-and  i _l pi-tvC*- "^      ,   j --. f , * ���- '  R. A.SMITHTHB CHOICE  < ii  ( i  r  Name was sent to Mr,, Gal-  ,_ iher to Be Laid Before  P, 0. Department  N������������������i#���^  ������0MIERCE  JETaid- Up .Capital  Beserve,  $8,7o6;o6o,.  ,3,500,000  "Beserve,v   ���-<.       A_vi,hnh-.6oO o^y3o,'04)  jeposits'Receivec  _f_0K-'8Rl.aOH.'v  -w-.-b-w. y-*-*^ -i.^ftJEp��&f��  ���The   Moyie    'Liberal    Association  held '"a ^m-setjng''in , McGregor   hall  Tuesdaye-vening for  lhe   purpose   of  s_lc_liiig a succeHSsOr'to   Mrs. t��o{io as  postmaster-   Three   were nominaled,  and It. A.-��� Smith was the   successful  aspirant., The result ofCi the 'meeting  was sent to W.  A. 'G;��lliher  at rOtta*  iwa.   Mr. Gallihsr wiil.plin.(i  the  matter before' the postpflicc clcpar'ti-iSut,  nnd jf that department,,acquiesce-V Mr.  Smith will be Moyie's ueitt postmaster.  .There is a''little ��� squabblo/on   over'  the location (df the pbstofflce'.    Some  are afraid that if  Smith  is appointed  the'   Oflice    will  be  moved from its  present   location.  ''\Y.\j./Atchison  aud '   Miss   Lulu   Crowe ' have    had  charge  of   the    postotfice for  several  CJias. Armstrong was in ^Cranbrook  Mo. "-lay. ' .   .  Tie fishing season will open   March  25tlj. .  "fo. J. Leahy returned from Spokane  Wednesday, '.'**_���        ,'  yiie Moyie Mioerfi| Union id holding an election today. ���    ,      ^  Chas Smith returned Monday   from  Spokane and Seattle,,  Mis;s   Edith  Gilchrist returned   to  Moyie Thursday.   '  ,'  ' The firm of Arnold -fc'jBQberta ' have  appointed D. A. Aryes to act aa- their  Moyie agent.  . Carl Gvrynne, a 'printer, and 'Mr.  Armour, a D barber, are herefrom  southern Idaho. ' "  D. J. Erner returned   this niorning  fron'i    a   business    trip  to, Morrisey,  Marysyille,/ Elko and. Cranbrook.     , ^  JBerr,   Hamilton., waa  arrested tins  week  l>* Constable lloutli   for   catch-  b_a_!s__T7r^ ^a^sissssssssas^s^s^^ss^w^sm  .ater's    ���  "Invictus" Shoes.  Cb v      ���       '  In these goods tlie emphasis comes on the word "FIT."  ���hoes fit the 'foot.   Others do, sometimes. ���  Satisfying Shoes.  1 ... '_...._,,  If the word satisfaction cin ever be applied (o shoes, its  tbe "Invictua" shoes. They-give1 witiefaction, and satisfaction is the backbone of all virtues. '   ,, ,,  '    ,       ' '   " l  pIT^KEtUTATION,'STYLE.  ���  ,      Each Lbe'bctter for the other, and you find them all In  the "Invictus" shoes.   It is the one shoe that .hats   absolu-*-  ' tely satisfied a million critical people.   Wo aEk .the pleasure ol demonstrating this;   We havo tho Sole right of, sale.  ing iish out.bf season'.  i , ^ ���  Mrs.VDr.; Higgin-j aiid* sou wero up  from ' Ffcrme . visiting' with  Mr.^and  Mrs. T. J, McMahonA      l,   _   ;  ,     ,  Thero is a   movement    on   loot, to  (Jiv-b-i' niiQstn-l', snow   in   Moyio   by  local talent. , .  'Mrs. Sopor is'down'from Kimberlay  onavisi-iwitli'her.da^hter, Mis.   F.  J. McMahon.        ' -.   ���     - 4       t,  C. A. Fpolo lias received  a \m% of  in.Mhe Moyie Gun club  was, formally  . C. A. rpote nas reouyr-*-** ��  .--T. - . ing tne mu\ officers .   are       H*  fancy ���hirto*'lor  spring and summer   orgamsed. VIho    officer .   ,  Wear., They are  beauties,    0*11 ..and 1 Cameron, president, L._f 1W��.  METAL .MARKET.  "New -Yor'k���Bar silver,-'50-} ^cenIs-  At ihe meeting lart Tuesday- .'even-1 Lead, $4,20.  The Gun Olub.  Zinc (spelterV$*1.75.  London���Lead-; ��12- ���  see the'rs, ,'    , .        ���*' 1  Xoe.FeroBl-ft returned'last  Saturday  1 " '    Wo 'Becommend -You to -Buy  ��� v  '    "^ *-"'''-' ,vJ AND a-,' "  "  ��� "-V'   x >"        lj"  ' , ' I11'*" "A !��� v*- W .   ,  :'.:-;     '   ,V , ST: KtJ^ENE^';;-     "   x;\<;'[  '���' A-   "fi. . "*''"��$?��� In'ii-will iMftie Mo'ney.   Write.'to  . loth Stefa A���-Bwmg, -ana ,you .^--WP ^        ,_, * -      -  ���"i.*-"^ �����  ,     -v,   v-f^     '- *ra^ B>i___^._��� -4.'vK  mo"S.T*-t.��dtbey Aave'been so from Sau Francisco, where he was on  SJiging aiid courleba*' to the public - .i-u. ��"d to receive treatment for his  that many   contend   that   the' oflice  should be letVeoaaic in ��he hands. '  GENERAL, NEWS   NOTES.  ,The     Watson   stock  company  'noati o����e-  0EAIfIJB-*>or  Tvg 'A Few' Cans' of-  'X  m&��  9t  Has; Union Label;  1 -.        ������_   (  ' (j. A.^oote.-nho tailor, this week received'" a    bunch.,of labels-from the  Jouriieyrhen Tailors' Uuio'ri ci 'Amer*  ic.ui to be used on'the clothing  which  ^lieturns'outdf bib  shop.   Mr.  Foote  has always employed union  help, bul(  on accounfof there being no   tailors'  union in Moyie iu is duly  now  that,  he   has been   able  lo   get   the  label.  Union nien and other-- when   ordering,  their spring suits should bi-'.r in mind  and patronize the union shop,in   their  own town, aud not give their orders   to  some traveling man representing    an  'eastern -jweatshop. ��� r   -  Board of Trade,  si  Vegetables ,and Bruitslo at  &  RBaE2__ttfc_^^  PROMPT AND. SATISFi-OTOBY  Aro the Characleristics of '  | Companies Wd rtpredent!" Insure Willi us and get the  benefit of  the  .a visit and to receive treatment for his  eyes. f       |       ,  _  . r  1\ M. Eoberts was  up" from Cranbrook' ve'etenlay settling with ,Desaul-  nifer'Bros. for the damage  done Yhcir  hotel by the recent ,fire/���    ��� ,  ' j/j. Murphy is outAof''tiie .hospital  and     is1^ 'ag��un ��� able   to.- be _ aroUn J.  Arthur Trent looked of ter   M r. .Murphy's business durinc liis absence.    v t  '-Mr. and Mrs, T. D. Hope .liave 'returned to .Marysyille" to   reside.    Mr.  ���Hope wilf have a position in the assay  office of the'era-alter.   ���-        , '   '  p.ui MaokenKie", the man wco. went  inwn'n at "t_B St. Bu?ena mine last  week, was captured at Wardner nnd  taken back to.-Cranbrook, The man,  it seems, liad been drinking heavily,  and simply had an attack, of the  "iur.mics."   '  the    braial   ot 'R.   E,  st Saturday   the   members  president ;.W.  ^Atchison- secret   j  charg'esfor^iootingwill'bo 25- oonU -  for lO.and 15 pigeons. The club will  meet every Friday afternoon at heir  grounds north of town. They have  one trap nnd nearly 1,000 clay pigeon,  on hand, and/it ia-iheir intention to  order -two''more traps^and wveral  thousand.pigeons. The.rifle club �� to  be.aseperate.organi'/atiou. . " n  is  Ieakbrook.  lower --.to vf�� offer-nd -uls-jaato proSeol.on.  ARNOLD & ROBERTS.  MOYIE.  ***w ,^j-i.iLiHa*xr*z:  im.  ffsj?Eisi^��^^^^"   u^^'  Wc caxry the best range of Hat*, in town.   See our  union  mado "Fiui* or thh Wkst." They're beautiec.  A meeh"n_ will1 be ��� held iu the  Leader or" '- next Tuesday evouing  for the purpose of reorganizing tbn  board of trade and to deal with u  resolution which, has been referred  ba,,k to Ihe .'..nous boards horn tho  mcetinq of the Asaociatcd boarJflo recently v held in Nelson. jX mil  attendance is d��fircd, ami it. will be to  the interest of every business niao :n  town to be present.  Death of Albert Birch-  *>    Albert Bucb, aged ?9, died in the  Cranbrook boapiVol last Saturday, Feb.  23, of pneumonia, .He wao employed  bytheJIorth Star lumber Co., and  waa aJck ouly a. few daje.   Mr. birch  Ycg-viding  DinnalU' l.<  of the Minor.' union acted as mdivia-  aala, but not,as a body, nn ' wos intimated in last week's paper.    ^  Philip Conrad is in tlu- hospital at  Cranbrook. About a month ago  v/bilc working in the mi no a drill ell  on bis foot -and tiie injured member  mm been .--tubborn in healing. There  now'teems to be indications of Wood  poisoning-  Erin Go Braagli!  The St r.ilrick'd Day ball promises  to be a big affair. The committee is  bu.ily engaged in getting everything  in readiness ior :t, and. as there ��  nothing too good for the Irish, the  people can rest assured  that every-  ���  *, > *   '  ..   - 'Re Toters-List1.'    ���  '' J. F. Armstrong, government agent,  'has giv.cn noticajtlmt he will..hole a  court of revision at Cranbrook on May.  -1st, The list .if ,p'eraona 'cbumuiK Jo ���  vote will be^uspeiul-jd fronj, ^n<! ^-Ker  the 27th day, of Jfan-h Jinn', 'ultf- the  holding of the eaid Cy>.*i t..  T>TbTv County Ooiirt,    ���  A ue"/ couu'y court district is to be  created ccnM.'.'.mg o^ th^ electorate  rtisuioia i-r Culnmbia, i��'ernie and  Cranbiook. Trie nUmo of 1'. E Wilson  ofNeUon.Mr.Gallibor's law partner,  is mentioned in oonneclicn with tbo  new county judgeship.  Bought K- V. Eoad.' ''-  ffH_ * brother ci Mrs. l-dnaiw-o-ri   0I |  .   Movie.    Mr. aud Mrs. Barr attccilud  tha'funeral in Cranbrook Monday.  Mrcr-TS   l-",URKISHEIta  Sayiogt  [GS BEPARTMiiHT.  -sai^-ikHSiavSvviwi^-K^  ���O'epouu-j of $1.00 or upwards ��� reccived.\;  '    V     Thero is no  better .investment.than  '.   ���     Bank deposit. ���   ������-,���', ���, ',- .   ''       ,;     ���   y,  Once opened it grows Whether added to  or y not'.  .  ���' '      interest Allowed at   current   fates--and . som-  pounded twiqe.a year, '    j    Y        Y,  Y  ,>v  X  1'  Y  J I  *v  Y  ;>*  Tho St. Eugene-  ���_:������_ oi:Lput ol   th,-  St.  T'iVfff.ic   :or  C wntli of February was d.o&I toun.  Wi-- fiom the fume ia again being  mid and is furnishing about half the  polver for the mill.  Do Your Glasses Suit?  liaot.whsn  in  Crr-nbiuo!  call in mid kl'- eramme your  uyes, ; Wcv   have   tbo    latest     ...  ���V    hiEliumont-i-'^r   .'.weasiuing''  Sifton Eesigns.  IVoi:. Cli-Hbrd SificJu lias resigned ao  amiuisicim thc government of Sir  W'Krid Laurier in consequence of Ue  introduction of the educational clause  oi thc Northwest autonomy bill  The Sullivan smelter at Marysvill n  in active operation.  The    East    Kootenay ^Lumber  C-yi   y  has declared a six per .cent  dividend".' ���  P: it. McDonald' has, been  elected     ^  pres'ident--and   J- c/'rfcdtt; financial,    'f  i secrstdry'0 of    fhu./^salarid.   Miners'." -  i .*���     r    .  | union.       ��� ������"   ^ ���   ���-,',*  ���^rvThu'" two   now,''provinces   wilY be ^-  named   Saskatchewan   'and   -Alberta,*  The^ipitals ���*. will b��   'Regiii-i  ' tand Y  ���Edmonton.    '        ���   .     .. .  j.   fT   'lieddy,' .formerly   chief   of  police in .Spoki-ino   sihd^ one   of  the '  owner*-, of the -Mojic Jowpaiie,  is  now  running a hotel, in Yyi_edford,   Oregon.    ���  There seema no longer to be any  'doubt tbat the , Guggenheim Exploration company has accjuired a controlling interest iu che Montreal & Boston  Consolidated company at  Greenwood.  Joseph Mil".ward, oi th? firm of F. J.  Bradly & Co., Cranbrook, died in  Xolton this week-from tumor of tile  biain. Mr. Millward was a painter by  trade'aud an   orchestra   leader.  ' A rumor comes from Vancouver to  ihepfftcttbafiheCP.lt. has purchased the railway between Kusko-  nook and Bonners Ferry and the  Great Northern steamboats . cm  Kootenay hike.  Grown Granting Claims; s  X>X'~    *,*    * i    Af   f* 1  1;^-'   v   rfp. -XfPPum  ���i-V**- *    ,-.', **   -.    Yi  .* Tho -Impoiiul Limited service on  thc C-P. K will be installed early in  May and' tfeveral of the _ prominent  oJlicers oi the western lines are  agitating to have this seryico open by  May 1, This is six v/cekb ehrlior than  last veal*. , '  W. A. Aldridge. _ manager of fiB  Canadian Pacific's mining departmcot:  who is to be managl-r of -the Le-Boi~  Centre-Star combination if .it. SO(33 ,  through, is credited with ��� being ,, th^  highest     balaried     man , ,in ,.I3ri,tielj  AX  X y  X-'ix ' '���  ���-./���#" ".   '       '  ..v  ,'..*YY  . ,>Y-'  X'd.p  - ...  ,   l.-vv  W�� J- D.tngley of Fort Steele was in  Movie     this"   week    on   business in  uiau^���     ���   ,  conVcction v.-nh'crown  granting tbo ; Columbia, with" a   retainer,/Oj., iron;   "     --��� -��r-..ii.-M,  n   n.   lrrac- $20,000 to *30,000  a  ycq,? /��m   the  Ofluudia:! Pacific railros^.-  .f-^-^*i. .m******* r*er���  STOP AT THE  ,c  ^SMOPOUTAN  Oolliugwood, SIttj'flow, B. C. l-rac  ticn and Di-lc m'.non.! claims wh:uh  lie' oouthe.'ist of the -St. Eugene.  These claims *we*-c lecatsd and have  been he'd for several. yo.irs by \\ -J ���  Langley, Jiidd Langlcy :ini! A. J.  Delvin.  A auto Coi'sli ���U<���^l!-���i'-,-��� fu**- Cl*-i!��I-*cu.  in having a o'.-gh medicin*? for  ctiildrcniiever ba afraid to buy Chai*.i-  beilaiu's Cough Remedy. There is no  dan���.*".*r from it and   rcliei   is   ��lw*iy3  T-^Y  t )i i.  al'if to Ll! -W.  ;-v0  dsfbcla.-:*. W��*  tea*".  Bcientif3,c  .������-.���rin-iir2-!3-  'o'uesB.workhpreiy l'To   ch:  fer e'-'-ai^ciition.   '        ', '������..  ��� ���     ��� '  ' '       ! '  Oli'  ,'5To  li'^-'O  it i-- es*po7  able-f(>r oY'Ja- croup .-.nd  oough.    Pofsale by W.   .'  .1!  ly      Vila-  ..���hooping  Atchison.  Will Meet iii OKntlrobK  Tho annual   mto'ML'o of*   the   Associated Boards   ^f **��&>   ��BXt. >'CftI,  will be h-qld in   C'a/-t**ieY.'-*   T,t)is .was  decided u��on at d<e Uclaci:- meoling.  " -_..,.n r -���   i ��-u.��\ ��� ������>  i  ci-ai-pJoi' WW**'"'1 ^ ^'^ ��",c'"1-  Ohti-*. Doa>**3- '����� ���ai' car.-i-Cvrat.ehap*  invillo, Conn*.' cays ���. '/.Chamborkun's  Pain Balm ���o.Wie.t'i'aKic'-oa.o' all lini-  'Yo uas-'VS.'ir  WKEH IN _       '  Jcvt-clcr.  G.11AET13K00K,  C A\  Xi H�� -CiMArjii; P.UiiiR_ev��3  Good robtaa/good tablca^nd Ypar,  and first class sample ry-jns. ;  :  rMOYIE.)  ��� v  irara.-eilf)-ii :BrfiisH'  itieM  ..  Yo!*umbia,for:  LIQUID  liLfiCTlMCITY;    .  AaiiisaToa j.am.��? wioi<s_/.;  For ��� further   piirticulars    regardiu_  ���1 these gocdd'call on or write,  meuls. ."no uas'.ysi-i1-�� wr.-i troubled  ". crc'vl di".l".vi'-h rhcu-'Zitiam in my,  ahouldor. Aftpr .tryinjj. efc.varl.,.puree  the   storekeeper Yisrb  reoomir.endbd  .thy;ro^cdy\an.-J it-; completely' ctired  me.' YbereiP ho 'use cf {-.nyone 3ii.ffor-  I'aV'frcra-lhft'-. 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HUNTERSTOWN, 'Que,, Jan. Ji—(Sp«-
ci_i.)—The thousands of Canadian*
•who suiter from Chronic Kidney Com-
• plaint will be interested in the cure of
ilaxlme Boucher of ,thl« place. For
twenty-five years he . Buffered from
u Kidney Complaint. Dodd's .Kidney Fill*
cured him. Speaking or hip case Mr.
Boucher says: •;" "   '
"It was Dodd's Kidney Pills that
, eured'me. For twenty-five years I suffered with the malady of the Kidney*.
I felt always feeble and was often ,i»
pain. One' day I received a Dodd's Al»
ntsao and ,rea"d ,-£■£ many wonderful
cures in it. Then VI "decided to art-re
Dodd's Kidney Pitts a trlaL I took
twenty-flye boxes in all,and now I a**
_-     perfectly /cured.'' '," . ■
'-* Do-ad's- Kidney Pills always cure slek
' Kidneys. If the disease has got a firm
hold it takes them long-er than If Jt
is Just starting-. But there Is no form
aor no stage, ot Kidney Disease that
cannot be oured by Dodd's Kidney Pill*.
''riaced    on   Trlnl    nnd,  Found   Guilty
, ^ of  Heinoua  Offeii*»e«. '   ,
' ' rhysical Culture;magazine has,,'put,
the corset on trlnl and found it guilty
or .even, more heinous^ offenses than
, most of its ardent'haters have ever
dreamed.' Here Ms-the true'bill, found
against this molder o*f' the" feminine
form by the magazine: /       ' ,' '* ,
It *■ lessens and sometimes ruins the
digestive powers.      Y /(   Y ' '•? >
-It restricts development of the lungs
to almost half their norm&Psize,.- ,   -' '-
It   destroys I hbsolutely_^tl_|__ao_mal
** power "of'breathing. f
It ■ "ultimately ' injures "and   makes
shapeless,   flaccid   and   nerveless   the
- flesh of the waist line.   .      *     *  -   *..». A ■
It destroys''tlie-beauty "lines of the
'  body, ofthe limbs, ^arms and bust by
restricting nourishment, by interfering
•' with normal circulation and thus lessening-vital povverY'and by the continuous and unnatural" supporttof. the bust
in an abnormal" position.    •
It is absolutely in most cases tbe di-
.   rect, cause of -weaknesses peculiar ' to
women, from which .-every corset -wearer suffers at some time iu her life.,,    •"
It   greatly   weakens,   sometimes" destroys, or makes'abnormal the instinct
.of sex. . ' ,
It produces' tumors aud the Inflamed
' • condition from which women so often
turn to  expensive and  dangerous r'op'-
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It causes serious displacement.
' r . It prevents the return of the Venous
"blood from, parts below'the -waist line.
', ,It weakens jmd sometimes kills unborn babies.' - "'■    - . A"  '-    'l
.      It ,1s' one af_ the principal causes of
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Some Informjitloxt For the Ho«iewlf-i
Xbont  Steaks  and   Roasts.
A carcass of beef is cut in nineteen
pieces. All the piecea and the' names
are iu the dictionary. Look at tbe list, -.
•and you will find the names "tender-,
loin" and "porterhouse," two names
tbat the Inexperienced buyer has aj-
•ways on his lips. The porterhouse is
_ delusion and a snare in ninety-nine
cases out of a hundred. The tenderloin
is the thick, part of the sirloin after a
few round bone steaks,have been cut
•off and is called the filet de boeuf. It
makes a choice piece for roasting, but
If not sold in a lump is cut into sirloin'1
steaks of three grades: The first and
second grades are technically "hip sir7
Join steak", and, "flat ' bone sirloin-
steak." These are the tenderloin steaks
that the, young housewife pays extra
for. There are riot over six of each
kind in one carcass,' so'the chances are
that she pays her'good money for a
third cut, or "round . bone" sirloin, ■
wliich Is itself a capital steak.-
Porterhouse steaks are cut* from the
small end.sirloin, steak,, and one car-,
cass contains but a few,,of ,them. Ingenious^ butchers understaridthe knack
of cutting the small end sirloin so as to
include other portions of the beef, thus'
enabling them*to sell botti at porterhouse prices.-,*Y'*""..'' - <■
, Good beef has a'Juicy or sappy ap*-
pea'rance, with; a fine, smooth grain,
which is easily noticed.'' The. fat, both
outside and ,through the muscles,,presents a clear, straw' colored appearance. The flesh,should bo cherry red.
When meat* rises .quickly after being
pressed, it may be considered prime.
When1 tho dent made, by pressing rises
slowly or not at" all, depend upon' it
the beef is poor. ■        T    A'    '
How One May. Be Fashioned ,Out ol
' Ordinary Wooden) Boxes.
Take three light wooden boxes, such
as can be procured,, at; any grocery
"store, all being the' same length and
-width. One'foot wide, by ..two feet long^
13% .convenient size." Have„ two of
tbem' three inches'"and rthe .other six
inches deep. .   . „
'  Use four upright strips for°the frame
and, fasten .the  boxes one above the
other to these corner pieces;' the lower -
b-ox being about nine .inches above the
floor andHhe'others af such distance,
.apart that the top" one,,is at a conven-
"What   to   Do* *to   Secure  n   Refreshing
' NiKlit'nH Sleep.    \        , *   '
.  We are always dining into our children's  ears  that  in  order to carry   a
.thing through properly they must .devote their "vvhole attention to the mat-
-tor in hand, and yet'we do not always
■set a good example,   ^\'e retire for the
■ night ."with  the object >oC   resting  our
tired bodies and brains, and instead o£
doiug the latter we lriNlce up our minds
for a good thin-*; or--indulge in a quiet
-road.    Now, a book may  have a very
.soothing elfect on some people,'but it is
decidedly   bad   for   the   majority   and
-only  excite*-,  the brain,  so  that when
we* finally   lie   down   sleep  refuses, to
come to us.   There is a time for everything, and after a long trying day it is
most important for our own health and
for thc well bciu-*; of our.families that
we sleep  well,  but to do so we must
retire  with  this  object  only  in view.
We  must make  up  ov..r minds not to
think,   never- to   read,   but   to  secure
that refreshing sleep which is nature's
» wav or preparing us for whatever vex-
\tions we may have to face on the mor-
.vciw.    Breakfasting in bed, also, unless
-■oik; is really  ill, is a most unhealthy
h-jb-'t  and should  not''be  permitted.—
'   tNSIST   ON    HAVING    '
AND      Y
You cannot be too' particular In buying-   medicine, f
It m'ay be a question of life or death.
There are so many cough and cold
remedies that there is a tendency to
be careless in the''selection of treatment,, and yet what isxmore dangerous
-than   a  cold? '   "
" Tou would,not think of taking* any
medicine that might be offered for
heart trouble or kidney .disease, and
yet far more people die from the result of neglected colds than from thes-j*
ailments. . >. _
' This,great family medicine has -stood
the- test of years, and '* never, disappointed 'those who put'their'trust In
it, aa' a cure- for croup, bronchitis,
whooping cough,, asthma, coughs, colds
and throat troubles. - *'
i. &D0- not be satisfied with*-' substitutes
and imitations, for they, lack,the curative' powers which havo given Dr.
Chase's Syrup of Linseed and Turpentine   Its   world-wide " reputation.     .' 0
' MRS. R. D. TURNER, Broadview,' N.
"W.--T., writes: "W-e have seven child-,
ren and., have used "Dr. Chase's Syrup
"6*f Linseed' and-Turpentine., for 'every
one ,of th,em, and with g-ood results.
,We get four, bottles at a time and
:find it a good, remedy' no," break-up
"bold   on   the-lungs."   ,     - "   v' -
MRS. A. A. VAN BUSICrRK, Robinson street, Moncton, N. BYwrites: "For
years I nave' used Dr."'Chase's Syrup
of Linseed and Turpentine for . my
children when tbey have colds in th»'
winter. , I first used' it with'my daughter, .who ^suffered from a severe.- form
of asthrn&. The'leist exposure to cold
Iwould lay her up'and 'she would nearly suffocate "for want of breath. I
must say"'I found it .to be,a most satisfactory treatment, and ft has en-,
tirelv. cured J,her. It seems' to go direct
tb the^diseas'ed parts and bring ffle_ desired rqlie'f." " _t- , ,. - .
' Dr. Chase's Syrup 6t Linseed and
Turpentine; 25 ..cents a bottle, at all
'dealers, or Edmanson', Bates - &^ Co.,
Toronto.                '■>'•<
The   Point  of  Resemblance
"You don't mean' to say <*you    gave
j__t one Boole -Mid. » tittle Care win Uhat tramp something to eat?" queried
lent height to reach into when seated.
The upright posts" can be made aa
fancy as desired.   •
Have the deepest box at the top, and
fit it with a hinged cover. It can be
used to hold small pieces of unfinished work as well as the pieces of goods
needed in tbe regular weekly mending.
It should be lined with suitable material, pockets being made on each side
to hold materials Sor fancy work, and
a needle book and small pincushion
should be fastened to the lining-of the
cover. '' ,    '       i- '
The second box should be divided into compartments' to hold spools, scissors, papers' of needles, pins, tape, knitting needles, crochet hooks, etc., while
the lower one has one-half divided into
small compartments to hold different
styles of buttons, the other half being
left undivided to hold the tools and
materials for stocking mending. When
completed, the whole affair should be
stained with black- walnut stain and
then varnished, and casters be added
or not, as desired.
"    »    ''     Fntal   Good   Fortune. ",'.
* There is a story -ibid of a miner to
who'm sudden good fortune brought'as.
sudden death: He was;a man, who
touched'ill luck at the s'tart and. could
not get away from it, Xot a grain "of
gold could he find''in,his '.own claim;
his capital .was'"exhausted;"he could
not even, oiotain a livelihood-as aj.a-
borer'fbr others. In the depths of de-,
spair he went ,'to the owners of a .mine
long worked out and begged permission
to go .down the shaft.'. It'was granted.
He went down, and 2*00 "feet from-the
"surface he" drove in his pick and dis-,
lodged - something. ,.He came up'with
it>a,nd asked that, his'find might be examined and weighed. That was done.
"Is it all mine?" he asked. It was,
they told him. ', "It's not" the government's?" No, it was not the govern*-*
ment's.1 '{Nor anybody else's?" No,
nor anybody 'else's.' "It all belongs-
entirely and solely to me?" It, did.
The nameless wanderer had found one
of the biggest nuggets unearthed. It
weighed 196 pounds of pure gold. They
turned to congratulate him, to find
that joy had killed him. The story is
said to be true. •
Be a Great Aid,
Keeping accounts is as worth while
to the woman who is trying, hard to
get along on "next td ■ nothing", as te
the woman who, like the westerner,
scorns pennies.   ' '
Not accounts as business. men keep
'them, with a wearisome ainountof detail and "posting" from book to book
until the matter of finding put where
you actually stand financially becomes a hopeless task, but simple
ways, with no secret, baffling methods
of doing wliat^no self respecting figures should do—seeming; if not actual-
ly-doing it, to lie. A..■■*"'r*
' Have just' one book—rather thick—
that will do for everything. Turn the
front part into' a cash account.' Open".
. the book out flat. Write down your allowance or wfilitever money you get
on vtlieJeft hand page. Write dqwn on
the right hand page, what you've paid
the butcher,.the baker and the candlestick maker—everything, 'even to a
postage stamp. »,    ,,
Then, as often as you've time, .once'a
week anyway, whether your allowance
is weekly, monthly or daily, balance.
And balancing is'nothing harder than
.subtracting the total of the money
•you've,spent front the total of the money you've received. • The 'difference Is
.what you should have in cash.      ; - ,
That is the only book you need if
everything you buy is paid for 'its
you get it. If you have accounts, keep
a record in'the,back of your book of
each man from whom' you,buy and
make-f'or yourself an unbreakable rule
to.put down everything you order'from
hini. as soon lis'it come-* home." Then.'
■when you compare youl* bills with your
book, if there should be discrepancies,
if it comes-out a< difference of'dollars
or cents,-there's been some errot^ on
the part of the man 'who's sold you
- goods', and-it is easy to .straighten out.
' That protects you against'errors and
results in an actual saving.of money.—
Exchange. • j ,    -<■„      .      . f   ^
'     PRETTY 'BOX "CHAl R. ' ,"' i
One Tli'nt Mny Be Miide at Home With
".but  Little   Outlay.' ' "' ' w
Tlie box' chair' shown in the accompanying illustrationcan Jie easily made
at liome from a box. two 'square sticks
for the'uprights and a board back,'oyer,
which .leather, or^fabric' can be drawn
and nailed.' '.The under part can bo
used for'books or papers'.*. The back
and seat should be padded, then Covered with leather or fabric; If lea ther
is, us'ed.tbe ornament on tlie'back can
be drawn 'on with a hot point or, tinted
,and painted with-thin oil'-paints. Af.
the  covering is  Ot denim-the .wveatl.
Mr.  Polk.
"Yes, I just, couldn't help it," replied'his wife, f'for.he reminded me
so much of you."
"You mean he looked like me:'
"Oh, no! biit when 1 asked him to
do a° little work for ■ me he said he
hadn't:,, time."''
pill is the most popular of all , forms
of medicine, and of pills the most
popular, are Parmelee's Vegetable Pills,
because they do what it is asserted
they can do, and are not put forward
on any fictitious claims to. excellence.
The yare, compact -and portable, thoy
are easily taken; they do not nauseate nor grlpe^ and they give relief ,in
the most smbborn cases.
Distracting   Attention   From   Bargains
Merchant—I: begin te, thinlt it was
a mistake, after all,    to    put    those
plateglass mirrors  in  our- show, win-
fl i ' n< '
dows. . r t......
.   Floor   Walker—Why   so?   ,'       -r,-,
Merchant—Why,,the.women ■ spend
too much time outside- in    front,   of
them.,r- ;, '       ''v     ', ,
. Minard's Liniment Cnres Distemper.
' -* j*    ■      ■* __. ■      /
• • ■ ■■'■      '" « ■
,      Evolution   of   a   Luminary  '
She sunned herself in Fortune's smiles
Thc while her pa.lmd .wealth.iri piles;
But when her dad got ';dbwn and out,"
She  cried  and   sulked^  and    moaned
c'' about        '   •      i   ' •    '.
They got her then (I know not how)
Upon Uie stage.    She's starring. now.
„   -i     ■ ; , *  ,
are few remedies before the public to-*,
day ,as "eflicaciojis ,'ln' removing ,puin
and-, in.-•""'laylne and preventing pulmonary disorders as "Dr. Thomas',,Electric Oil.-'It has'domonst-rated Us.'powers
in thousands 'of'instances anil* a large
number'of testimonials as, to its great
value as, a„medi'cliie could be,got were
there occasion Cpr.it. 'It''is for,,'sale
evcry\vhereu        „,','''.'<•'' P
' ' Hurt'       •.   '       -    .    -
"-■ Mrsr Pilkington—.Oh', I'am so'glad
to  seo ■ you're  home.   .1 ",-heard    -you
were' in that dreadful accident." Were
you hurt-any?     ." '' '.   .-'"
"Mrs. Billdnton-r-Yes;, I was considerably /hurt. ,, Charlie saved his English bulldog first andtthen came back
after "me!          ,   . ," "i ,•""   ~X"'
' 'Y    ' ——'■         ,,     '.
' I-Iollowav's' Corn Cure destroys all
kinds of coms'tond-warts,, root . nnd
branch. Who then would endure them
wifo, such"*'a cheap'and effectual _ remedy   within   reach?        * '        f
' * f- "This   Is   Awfal  ,'   ly
"Tlie   train   was   passing" through ,a
section..'devoted to*the,-raising of-live
StOCk.    , *    ,n'   .,', '"     -   ..,',,..-
- "I wonder why it is, querjed [ the
passenger who had- af.mania for. originating fopl questions, "that a cow has
such a h'ighV forehead?"-, .. „ -
•- '.'.'I -suppose',''' replied the ^philosophi-
cal man. in the next seat, "it. is due
to -the t "animal's predilection for
browsing."./ .    ,;  .     /    .-',••-   ' f    ,
Wear sc\f t shoes, but those which will
not shtihle.
Write dov-n thc doctor's orders so as
to allow ot r.o mistake.
Wear plain wash stuff gowns which
are at lea-.t tw<*. inches above the lloor.
Do m.t have -nvich starch in the wearing  nppTircl  or tKe  rustle may  auuoy
the invalid,
Keniember that i -sick person is painfully aware of disorder about the room
or the nurse.
In any long illncsi keep plenty of
disinfectant around th? toom to render
it fresh and sweet.
Keep the patient well supplied with
cl.-iin bodclotliing, ns it is ict only smi-
itury, but refreshing, to have clean linen.
Be careful not to betray my norv-
ousness or fuss about drafts orjnedi-
cuie**. Do everything in a quiet but
not Stealthy fashion.
Brass   Btitton   Act*.
Acts were passed in the reigns of
William III.,* Anne and George I.
which made it illegal for any tailor
to make or any man to wear clothes
with any buttons other than those
made of brass appended thereto. The
law further enacted that not only
should any tailor who committed a
breach of it be fined 40 sellings,
but also that he should not be able to
recover from.his customer in a court
of law the price of ..the suit which he
had, adorned with the offending buttons. The whole object ,of the act was
to protect the Birmingham metal hut-
ton makers. A case which came before the courts in the year 1854 or
1855, In which a man. on being sued
by his tailor, raised a successful defense relying on the acts in question,
that the buttons on the clothes which
■X. \ . \TAHsE NOTICE VY,,r ,-
,',During''W next 'yea'f ■ tlie space devoted -Yto adverti sing , MIN A KU b
LINIMENT will '-contain, expressions
of-no-'''uncertain -sound'ffrbm -people
who speak from personal .experience
as. to the merits of. Jmis;' best of
Househol<i..Remedies.   .    ,    (-'_*   ,
S-   ,>*        '\ f-   -   '*■'-     -
7. * *, ■
-What   Is  n.  In-flr r
A lady is simply the highest .type of
a woman.    She will be gentle and modest, mistress of her temper and curios- j ^""jjj^f ordered   were   bone   and   not
ity.    She will know and honor her own \ bras3) c_n_a attention to the existence
place in the social order as the divinely
appointed molder, teacher and refiner
of men, and out of this beautiful and
ncble place she will not seek to move.
To fit herself for her place she will cultivate body and mind—the body in
health and vigor, that she may take
her share of burdens and be cheerful,
under them and that her work in the, his two brothei s
world shall be as  fairly  done as  her , like in appearance and d.css tnat t   _
hands   can
that she may
in her home.—American _Queeu.
of the .anachronism, and the restrictions were soon after abolished.—London King.	
Coiit'-isini**:   tlie   Court.
' A man in an English court recently,
who denied that a judgment summons bad been served on him, produced
All   three were  so
' £ Tt,   and   tS;   mmVm   Pontiff admitted he con id; ot^wear
, accomplishment and taste,   on wliich one he ha d.^e:^t   the sum
nay be a delight and a help   mons.   The, judge ordeied a ficsh sum
Napoleon, Lead-i.
To  Clean Jewelry.
Any jewelry containing precious
stones (not pearls) may be beautifully
cleansed as follows: Rinse it in benzine, then wash it In soap and water,
then 'in   clear   water, to   remove   the
mons to be- served..
In the four priu'ciprtl 'encyclopedia*I soapt and put it in a cloth for a little
of tho world. Napoleon-occupies more|. while to drain. Then dip in alcohol to
space   than   any   other   man.   Shake- \ Vvaporate   any   remaining   water. and
fk^^,b'    T1
"u   f„«ckin
Bpeare second, Mohammed third, Voltaire fourth arid George Washing-ton,
nineteenth. '
Trlb-ate to a  Dutch  Smoker.
To pay due'reverance to' the memory;
of an ardent smoker named Ondera-
•mans who had died in Rotterdam all
his old cronies came to the funeral
smoking long clay pipes. Onderstnana
left a sum of money to pay tho expenses of a yearly smoking concert to
■r*»o 'air aeemory! -jrs-sq. I
leave ,lt In jewelers' sawdust till; per-
tectly dry.
Kltclien Table*.
Kitchen tables are no longer considered desirable when they contain only
the one drawer, as in years'gone by.
Many are quite elaborate cabinet af-
fairs, while a happy medium has four
drawers, with the lower ones rounding
down to h.,ld a whole bag of flour or
twenty pounds of augur. 	
•DSEFUIj' homemade chaib.    '
and ribbons may be embroidered/With
linen doss or cut from other fabrics of
a different color, tlien applied,     a
The drapery may be of some thin
goods that will hang well, and to be effective it must be-gathered-'and tacked
around the top edge,of the box, over
which a band of leather or gimp is
stretched and nailed in place with large
headed upholsterers'^ tacks about three-
fourths of an inch, in diameter. The
back covering is secured with the large
headed tacks also, which would look
- well if treated to a coat of the black
preparation. Arms may be added to a
chair of this design by inserting ^wo
upright sticks and arr-.ngiug arms to
cap them and extend back to the rear
uprights, as shown in Fij^ 2.—Woman's Home Companion.
Tstke TIiinKS   Quietly.
Every one has a welcome for the person who has good sense to take things
quietly.    The person who can go without her dinner and  not advertise the
fact, who can lose her purse and keep
her' temper,   who   ma-scs   light   of   a
heavy weight and can wear a shoe that
pinches   without, any   one   being   the
wiser, who does not magnify the splinter in her finger into a stick of timber
nor the mote in her neighbor's eye into
a   beam,   who   swallows   bitter   words
without leaving the ta.-ite in other people's' mouths, who can give up her own
way without giving up the ghost, who
can have-a- thorn in the flesh and yet
not/prick all her friends with it-such a
one surely carries a passport into the
good graces of mankind.: ;
Betty's Jnniljlcs.
The following recipe is quite famous
In a Pennsylvania town, where an old
ne"TO cook makes what are known and
delighted in as "Betty's jumbles." They
are made with one pound .each of butter and sugar,1-two-pounds'of fiour,
three eggs, nine teaspoonfuls of orange
juice, three teaspoonfuls of baking
power and salt to taste. Handle lightly, roll "rather thin and sprinkle with
granulated sugar before baking in a
quick oven. Tliey will keep-lf locked
up-for several months—Harper's Ba-
ur, - ; ,  :	
j   Y       An' Idea   of,  Heaven      .   ,
"■.'at' was 'ridiculous  of  the  minister
to say'tbat,..those , things    were     as
widely removed as heaven and-hell,
remarked the modern  Pharisee.    ,
• ��� "But   the   things   in   question  were
verv widely removed."
"Oh* that's all right, but how could
heaven be heaven if it were so ■widely removed from the0other place that
you couldn't see your enemies thpre?
Lever's Y-Z'(Wise Head) Disinfectant
_oap Powder dusted iu the bath, softens
tbe water and  disinfects.        . ,
Comfortable Living
. . .,  ■ WITH A  <*>.    , °
Chatham Incubator
Poultry raising* with a Chatham
Incubator', is a very profitable and
easily managed occupatioY -Unlesi"
you want to go intojt extensively it
need take but very little of your timo.
Government reports show that the*
demand for chickens in Canada is
greatly in excess of < the supply and
Great Britain is 'always clamoring
for more. That 'means a Meady
market' and good prices for chickens.
c You cannot raise chickens successfully with a setting hen.- ' She is wasting time Setting when she should be
laying. While she is, hatching and
brooding a few chickens she could bo
laying* .five or six dozen eggs. ' Th«
percentage of chickens she hatches ia
much less than 'that produced by th*
Chatham Incubator.'' _'
" It will,'pay you. to own 'a' .Chatham
Incubator,    s   '   '-'   '     „,    .' ''-    ,,    ■
Chatham Incubators contain every
improvement of importance in 'Incubator construction that'has''been produced.' iThey are made of thoroughly
seasoned wood, with two walls, case]
within case, v-' Between these walla
mineral wool is,, packed forming the
very best insulation. ' Each piece of
the case is mortised and grooved and,
screwed,' making the whole as solid
aa a rock. Chatham Incubators are
equipped ■'vwitn scientifically perfectl
regulators which", are an ' infalliblo
means of'regulating the temperature.
No casHto pay until
October, 1905.
We will-start y'ou  raising poultry
for profit with^a Chatham Incubator'
without one cent„ of -money from you
until next' Faltf  That means that you
can' take off, seven or eight hatches  |
and make considerable money out of
■ the Incubator before the first payment,,
becomes due. '
' .,We couldn't make this offer if we
were not certain' that if. you accept It
you will get complete' satisfaction, if
we were not0positive t},iat the Chatham
Incubator .'will pay', you' a handsome
i yearly income. - '      -
v This is a straightforward offer. We
I make*it to'show' our supreme confidence in the Chatham Incubator., Wa
want, you ,'to accept this offer, as we
are sure of the satisfaction our 'Incu-'
bator<>will 'give. . Every 'machine wa
have put out' so far has made. otbor
, sales in'the same neighborhood.
; Our offar, Ib to send you a Chatham
jnoubator at once, freightpprephid by
ua without one cent of cash from you.
You matte your first ^ payment in
October, 1906. The balance to be paid
In October, 1906, or if a Cash Buytr
you'get it-cheaper. Could any offer
be fairer or more generous^ ?
SMrrn Falls. Out., Kov'ember itth, l*"**-
The Ineubktor and Brooder Unit I bou-*h' frum jouj
-.Ben*, on time. I wl.U now to p«.y th. *»l.o «jwimnj
tht« fall, ir.}""" wl» I-"-™ •*•■• a <H«coar.t.   1 »*» \"T
mucb" eai-*d with both IncuUtor and Broojjr. and
Vour, ".pgtgl-k ny3Lor.
Write us to-day for full particulars
of our offer and mention this paper.
"Don't put it aside for another time as
this special proposition may be withdrawn at any time.
Dept.Si Chatham. Ont.,   •
cLtban* rnajrSiWrS^n** ■«--
cnatnam ■•»■.   » wj-ju-housi-s at
Cbatbam. On*-, aua D'trolt, Mica. "
-Such a  Nuisance ,v
"I'm glad to have your father come
and .visit  us,  ray   dear.    But,  really,
he's'the   biggest   smoke   nuisance    t
ever met."        , . '        „	
"Why, George!    What do you mean
bv that-?" ' , '   .,,.
'"I mean that your dad talces all the
cigars I give him and ' hides them
away, and then smokes an • abominable old pipe that hasn't been cleaned
since Walter Raleigh visited Virginia."
Thc .Elder-Dempster company   have
offered to purchase all the ships    of
the Koyal Mail Steam    Packet,
were   refused.
Let   Her   Have   It
v"Leonidas!" ' exclaimed Mr-Meok-
ton's wife, on his return from a long
iomney; "I am at a loss to .under-
ffixd your conduct when we parted.
I  said good-bye  to' you.     ,
"Yes   Henrietta."
"Why,   didn't  you  say good-bye  in
re"I°wlCs?just about to do so, .Henrietta but* I checked myself. I was
afraid vou would accuse me of trying
to have the last word again."
'■ The Orion, a now steam whaler
from Christiana, left Dartmouth Wednesday lor, Victoria, B.C., as a new-
venture in North Pacific whale fisn-
ery. ' ,
Vou, clothes w.H leaJKgc. as^W and .oo, better.
Bt washes coarse things easiest because iit is j±
Itwasnra __.i_d is best for fine things
powerful  cleanser   ^nd is d ^^ ^.^
%£."'  eVm^H^^3d.?Sth hard or soft w^ter.
No scrubbing, no boiling.
Try. Sxinlight.
Yovi  may  have   your   money, be,ck   if you^
are not S2v.tisfted.
Lever Brothers Ximltod
Toronto tHE^Y^EADER  TH�� \VarnieSt who have used it longest.  AFRICA'SJ^OLCANOES.  <.r.  of  the   ��u.y   Order-,��et��H. of  i**1 .��. Great Eruption. In Central       ,  -'    , tU        Africa. lJ����t Sprlns.  "'      -,'facts have    at "la��t reached  A f��; world concerning the great  '*be oU*f eruption   that - began '  on  ',f0lcan^ i-*,st  iu the  lake  region , o*  May ^ ��� '   ' '  Central Africa* - ^^   fo_  ' ' The f".    The  wide,' lava  covered  '  *"*  -which1 the  active  volcanoes  P'ain "\i reined to be  covered  with  ... ��&mes t��aiv ^^    Wlmt seemed" to  . ' fisSUrei!niumn of fire was  maintained  '    "��� a , St    of .several, hundred ieet  tO  *���>   *      "     V.     '     'a      '       ' -  ' ' "  "   <or seVe!'itse��v'dcanocs  onYhc. south'  '     ^k ��vu, m one of whose north-  -isLf v, 6ccunYd a  terrliic  unaqou-  '     ^"^'n.ion    The,\vat^r for" a nine  j,_ sr i-1����-- ^,,ow ',by-th-  outpouring  CEYLON   TEA.    Always   Pure.     Always  Delicius.  Lead Packets Only-    By All Grocers.  RECEIVED   HIGHEST,-AWARD   AND   GOLD,   MEDAL.  AT   ST.   LOUI8.  How They Looked at It  "It's-a glorious day!',' exclaimed the  minister, walking home' with the colonel after meeting. "You can almost  hear the rustle of angel wings in the  silvery sunlight!"  "You're right," said tho colonel. ' I  can almost fancy myself seated in a  garden green with mint���sipping a  fine julep, with a 'nigger' on each side  o' ikc fanning the 'gnats off."  He Knew the Sex  When the American woman met the  distinguished German professor he  ssr-i'd to  her:  ' "You need not sprechen mit me in  Deutsch. You sprechen English. I  very veil understand  your meannes."  Trust Your Appetite  It Knows What is Best for Your  Health.  \V-  .;   Do you catch cold easily ?  Does.the cold hang on fo'Try  vapor heavily .charged  *"'"'< i���'���.r Miiiiy thousands of hsh  *ithSUlfi  and- their' bodies  floated  Vie k*11'  '* ll-�� "Z on%orth. 'of> I^ake    Kivu  JJ voU-c   actiVity,    .n  A.rica.  , asd  and  ���   -ears  _   J1U. *.���*.   ~* ,-   i-ika  is the  greatest  ccn-  ��� volcanic   activity,    In   Africa,  ,t the largest-in the"world;  T��i  i^-  l��a��:d' .��f, till  fea  *��*  The. discovery   of   these  -rSnoB6dar"doveloped,:oply in  .^'U^r're^hbut'^'  '..S^daof mflcs inland,  near .Lake  I'i^Lu of volca'noe.;^w think U  '' 'i-bctte- to say, that they arc found  f     Son t&'nargins ?^c ��a and  '- ���the neighborhood.of B^'.^P1^  ".sions in thej-lanrl's-.u-.ace caused^ by  -violent    niAwnti1 of    the     iocks,  , , 'winch  have^roduccd , lines   of   weak-  Yness, .through which volcanic, energy  is able to lind vent .      v   ���,+,,,���_  There   are  egbt; volcano*.; ��������  I  Consumption  ^_,��__   Tha Lung  _L*sU>4V ^ TonI��  *It cures the most stubborn kind  ._ of  coughs   and   colds.     If   it  doesn't ���'euro you, your money  ���will bo refunded. ,  . Price*: S. C. Wkiu & Co.  903  25c.50c.Si   I^Ror.N.Y- Toronto.Can.  "of .the lining wjth ins pc'nknire, tooK  ou,t two small pens. "There, now,  d'ye seo that?" "Yes, bi/t what of  that?'.' "A dale it has to do v.; id it-  it's me ., name���pea for Patrick, and  oea' for Power." '-   -    '       '������    ,  It  Does on  Houses  , "Do you see that striking looking  woman with  the veil?"  "Yes." v ,.  "Do you know why she wears the  veil?" . '     '  "No,'' Homely?"  "NO; "-she's" afraid the sun might  blister the -paint."',  they "are" carefully    pre"-*  PARED���Pills' which dissipate them-,  ���"Clvi'S in tlie btonucli cannot be expected to 'nave mfich eff,ect u*-on the  Intestines, anil to overcome costlve-  ness tlie medicine administered must  Influence the action of these canals.  Parmelec's Vegetable Pills are so  made, un'tler tlie supervision of , c*.-  pt-rt***.' that the .substance In them intended t<*> op.-i-.U'- on ^the intcs.tlne-3  arfc rct.irded in action untH they, pass  through  tlie  biomaeh   to   the  bowels.  '*���    Immaterial  Mother Gravos1., Worm Exterminator  has no equal -rorJ. destroying- worms in  children and adults. See that you get  the   genuine   when   puichasing.  are   in.  sleht    of    one  another''just  '; north of Lake iCivui  . They ,  i- .,      -     A.^^,,na '    Thp      two , western  I/three     groups.,, uie      *���"*-��� *       ..    ���  groups are,  corrfposcd  each   of  three  Irtinct 'volcanoes.  ��while -the- eastern  :  croup contains  two  towering  moun-  ' '-tains' that   are  at  times, exccedipgly_  .active.    ' ���, if   ':.*��_    ,,.,.   '"  "    In addition to tho lively ebullitions^  , ;.,i,om these   craters;    the    region ^ is  .  ndier than most other volcanic ,dis-  * tricts   in mineral   and  ho't     springs  M other manifestations -of  vulcau-  -.ism.    '  '     ,   . j ,        .        .   ,     -u  '.' .The two  active" --cones��� are   among  - *_,very largest iri the--old", world and  are'almost, unique in their" great dis-  ' tanM from' the  sea.,    The   larger, of  Yth.*   two,   Kirungu-cha-gu'ngo..,is'  a  ���: tiiigla _age cone, rising to a,,circular-  <, and Mbrokea   rim,    ll',350.,feet     in  ,nte\ght.    ' ,.      d*��,"      ' '    , X.  tf This rim" encloses ;as vast'  crater  /,�����*��������/milo in diameter ^that hask al-  t  h}S been full  of* steam.and ' smoke  ���riea^the visitors ' have  peered  over"  iti* edgt so",'that-"theyji have .been ,un-  jH-j to learn the nature, of- the era-,.  ter floor of of its.interior- walls.'.  It is inferred that the crater  is  of  enormous    depthr/   for   stones   rolled  -over the ��edgo  of the'"chasm   .have  merely  bounded  from .rock   to   rock,  their   concussions,   becoming  fainter  and fainter with nothing to  indicate,  ' that they , finally    found    a    resting  place. , f  ,Kirungu-ndogo, the other, active  tone, is at least 11,000 feet in  height. It is likely at any timo,to  be active; and recent, lava streams  around its summit have been giving  out dazzling white jets ol steam.  - It is a wonderful region. Beside*  >''�� great volcanoes," active or extinct, arc .large numbers  of  isolated  .   lifeless craters,  still  perfect  in  form;  , and those that aro fui thest from the  I   Moke   mountains     aro  terraced-    to  IMhc.r tops and covered  with  fields of  Wns and other native crops.  Twenty years ago ho one knew that  ftere was a 6ingle active volcano  in  .   Africa,.   Sinca then a'number of very  . Intiy volcanoes have been discovered  ���n  addition'    to' a    number  of     the  largest   mountains  on  the   continent  ao*** lifeless, but whicK were built by  1 mighty outpourings  of  lava.  CAn-rloioj* Ii Phlloaophlo.  Tha Dlnard  correspondent     of   Tha  ���London   Daily    Mail says:.    Though  ^eak of health, the Marquis  of Anglesey ia, it may be surprising to hear,  strong of spirit,     and     regards     his  temporary  eclipse  with ,a   philosophy  worthy  of   Socrates.       The    Marquis  lives a retired     life  amid     perfumes,  "air tonics and cheap  jewelry.   A  local tradesman   has   already   sold   him  ��100 worth     of  jewelry,   while     tho  .hairdresser who attends him has been  '���pt busy supplying hair washes, face  '"'���earns,     rouge   and   perfumes.      The  ���"���M-quis* greatest excitement     ia   tho  "ticij.ation of tho arrival of a   uew  .  "to** or jewel  from  Paris.      When    1  I  -net hini tho other afternoon he apolo-  617cd somewhat  profusely   for  his ap-  psarance.  ITo  was attired  in  what    I  Wieva tailors call a loungo    suit   of  ^wd, and  was  sitting in  a     rather  '-"Co-iifortable   chair   hound   with    red  ������hef. hy  a  fire     that  thc     weather  freely   warranted.   VWhat   are   -your  Wwent plans?" I asked. "I shall stay  ������f�� for the time being.      I  like   tho  ��� .p�� and the climate. ������;' A'fter.w,ards. I  3J.movo on to 'Paris; and . tondon.  ;^   nothing is -, settled. , - I'm. really-  Jfy happy,-.though I suppose no'ono  Y'ouid :bolic^. ji;-*---*. j;  dl.ive   ancj    do  'PP-ter-work;   and'I'm  writing   a hook  "0I1 myself." '   V .  "Stnle   Ilronel   GrlddlccnU'ea.    ,  , Soak two cups of stale "breadcrumbs  for one hour in a 'quart,of milk which  must be boiling hot. Pour this oyer the  breadcrumbs. Separate the yolks and  ' whites of two eggs and b'ent light., In-  ���to the soaked breadcrumbs 'add first  the'beaten yolks, then three ounces of  flour,,a'tablespoonful.melted butter, a  small teaspoonful of, salt.* Beat these  well;lbeu'stir in Hgh'tly 'tW teaspoonfuls of baking powder and the beaten  whites.. 'Grease the griddle and bake  ���quickly' in small thin cakes until, a  goldenf brown'. "' These are .the, most  wholesome of all griddlecakes.    '    _   <  Jones (at- the bank)���Must I be  identified?    ' '    ,,  Teller���Not unless you , wish���the  check' is "no good'.  Perhaps  on  the  Tenth  "Is'your husband good on  remembering dates?" '       z=*=  " I should say not.    He can't even  remember on what date the First or  July comes on^"   ,  How's; This I  ���Wa oflt-r On* Hundred Dollari K��w��rtt for  ���jit cas�� ot Catarrh tb��l oanno-l b�� car-id br  A\l'. CU��h._W����J5bnbt k co.. Toledo, O.  W,  the nrtdersi'rned,    h��T�� /-nojT11 y: /  Ohtniy for th�� la������t 15 r��*J-��. -"jd believe nlM  wiectly   honorable, in allbualneM trensect.  Foni wd flnaneiaUy able to oarrx, out ��nX eb-  ll��fcti0^^I^.hl?lNrNAN * MARVIN,  w holesale Drn��(-iit��, Toledo, O.  HjiU'i Catarrh Cure ii taken internallj, ao��-  l_7dlreotlV upon the Wood and nneooa eut.  falee of the ayitem.- TeitimoniaU lent free.  Prlee 15 cent, per bottle.  8oldby all drttircleU.  "i_i HeU-iTBinilr I'lUafor Conaumotloa,  Your appetite _noira what is best for  your health.  That is the .theory of modern medicine���the doctrine of common sense. _  Bread your appetite does not lilc* ��  bread that is bad for your he��tth.  How easily the human system easiav-  ilates good bread ?  How hard bad bread is on health.  First, it's hard to eat the soggy, tasteless stuff, so many families call bread.   ,  Vour appetite rebels against it.    -  The appetite is wise.  It knows what's best.  ,  You can trust it 7  -If it .doesn't want a certain bread,]  make up your mind the bread is wrong.  The appetite"is never wrong.   ,  ',   We can safely-leave our bread to the  judgment of the appetite-. , v  ,    Once one has tasted Royal Household  .bread, made just right by following tb*  recipes, thatperson will accept no other.  Other bread b fiat and 'tasteless com-,  -pared to it. r r  Eating  Bad Bread  Sour* the Stomaoh.  Bad bread sours the stomach���lies an-  digested���creates dyspepsia.  No dyspeptic can work well. (  No dyspeptic can be happy.  Those with weak stomachs, the sick���  invalids���convalescents, need and crave,  most of all/thin slices of light, white*  well baked bread. ,  In the sick room Royal Household i*  indispensable.     .      ^  What tha Invalid  Should Eat  Give 'the invalid the best bread yon  can secure.���give it to all your family  and keep them well. ���    \\   ,  I  , Keeping well���health by good Uving  ���is the modern way. /   ,  Royal Household is the modern flour.  Send for tho recipe*.  Send now.  Don't wait till to-mornm.       ^  , We ��end them1 free,   '  0_zx,vr* Floux Mnxs Co.', I/m.  Mcomuui*-.    *  31-41  S8 year's experience  ��� pondonce bolioited.  ', Jellies   and   Cmitnrile.   ,  .Almost every..housekeeper knows the  ��� value of a wet hot towel in unraolding  jellies and custards., They will appreciate  the  suggestion  in' Good  Housekeeping of  a .cold 'towel v to  assist ,Lre-  ''moving a chkeor pie from the baking  tin'.'  Wring'the'cloth out of cold water,1 fold nnd,lay on the tableland set  the ,hot  baking  tin , on   it  for  a. few  minutes, ,*"vb?en  the obdurate cake or  pie may easily be removed. '     .  '. r * j        j      -        '' .. .*���  '���   -. "'��� "Yv ��� * ~  '    '   ? i     lte��lForPem.rt.  More-steel is used in .the manufacture of pens than in all'"the sword and  r gun factories-in, the-world,    -i*-, ";  MirianTs Liniment Cares Garget in Cows.  Don't trv cheap cough medicines. Get the best, Ayer s  Cherry Pectoral. , What a  record it.has, sixty years or  ect oral'  cures! Ask your doctordf  he doesn't use it for.coughs,  colds, bronchitis, and all  throat and lung troubles.  "IhaTe found that Ayer'i Che*OT PMtoral  1, the be't medicine I can P�����crlbe for bron-  Sblu.. ^-��^g^lCMdD"dthacl'.-N. T.  2Sc.,50c, SI 00.  All (*r"l;f,)*,t,"^  for  J. O. ATXB CO.,  Lowell.   Man.  Anaemidw  Decline  TIR^D    WITii    LEAST  EXERTION.  -^ ��      ^ -��� l r  MISS WOOD, BROWNSVILLE, ONT.,  FOUND   HEALTH   WITH, DR.    ^  SLOCUM'S   PSyCHINE  Slie writes:  May IS, 1904:  1 "have to  thank Psy-  chine for > my  present  health. Two  .years ago I  ���was going ln  "decline.  I could hardly arujj my-  - -.e'll ncroHB  ^ the 'floor. . I  cou,lvi not  s w, e e p t li ,e  carpet -If I  ** ,-went for * a  'drive' I had  to He down  , when l came  1'back; if I  went for a,  mile-or two  , -on my wheel  I < was ' '���too  weak to lift it through, the gateway,  *"_�� L I came in from, having  "spin" dropped utterly helple-*, from  *fot��ue. My father would give me no  ..Y ' Until I procured PSYCHI3SE,  knowing wa,   excellent   for   decline  & weakness. I must say the results  were wonderful, and people "larltea  mv improvement. Instead of a little.  "a_e hollow-cheeked, listless melancholy girl, I am today full of life,  rea-ly for a sleigh ride, a skating*  match or an evening party with anyone, and n few month- ..so I could  not .trussle to church, 40 rod,i f^o.u  _,T home. Have never had the slight-  0_t cause to fear any "return of die-  ease.���Ella Muriel "Wood.  PSl-VTiXE   is   pronounoed   SI-KBEX  %he Dr, Slocum Remedies are -old by  _11 druggists and many general .tore..  Psychine   at   $1.00   per  bottle.  For further advice, information-or  free trial bottle write Dr. T. A. Slocum, Limited, 179 King street west.  Toronto, Canada.  TRIAL BOTTLE FREE.  Thomas Law.  >rotictiitis  Uon with small doses of Ayer 9 Pm*  Kone can have a Well-Balanced  Constitution without taking  (All people subject to Bilious attacks,  or who suffer from Stomachic disorders, should never be without a box  of BEECHAM'S PILLS.  Their gigantic success and genuine  worth are known all. over the word  and the proof of their excellence lies  in the fact that they a/e generally  adopted as the Family Medicine alter  the first trial.  A Successful  Candidate'  The   Lover���You   see.   ma   .and   pa  arc opposed to me. but the gul isn r  Fr ei d-Yotrre all right. You're g-  in_  io  be  elected   by  an  overwhelm-,  ing minority.   Minard's Liniment Cures Djptheria  -rieh.  DONALD MORRISON & CO.  Jrninto ue to be iold on ���.rriTai. or  aiierworuo, -x*. ,---. -*-,  We do'artrictlr Commisiion Busine.s. in which w�� hare- ha��i  Promnt and'riliabl. -work Ruarantoed.   Liberal .AdTance;.   Oorre-  LicS and Bonded.    Keferonco-Banlc of Huollton, Eioha>_s  t     Branch.      ,' . ..    ��      X  Grain 416 Grain Exchange,  c6mmlssion.      '        WINNIPEG,  MAN.'  THE ANDREWS-GAGE GRAIN GO-vLTD.  ' GRAIN 'COMMI-3SION   MERCHANTS..  W.;mak. a 'specialty orr,lo^ grade   wheat.   Write us before shipping. ,W.       ,  ,    ,,.;.        *.   . p  '.will', show   how. we'can  serve  you.    . ,,,     ,    ,    -  References--^Any   Bank   or   Commercial Agency.       ''        '.���___,_:���.��'  ���    ,'   -���      GRAIN   EXCHANGE, WINNIPEG,'MAN. - 4  '��-.> ' "  SHIP YOUR; GRAIN TO  r- William  LaW.  W. handle  grain  strictly,', on commlsBlbn.    Highest    P^ obtato-  'able.   Liberal advances; .Trades carried on margins-in   .. Innipe. Iuture -v ,  ,. .Y_       " '     s' GRAIN EXCHANGE,1 Winnipeg. *  Correspondence solicited. ; ���    ^��a">* &^ ,      -       .  ESTABLISHeV GRAIN  I am the Oldest ���^��*���r ���  Consign your grain to me and get prompt' service, careful attention,  and'highest' market  prices. ,   ���        q     QOIMT-*^ DRAWER   Y  ��� Reference:  UNION  BANK OF CANADA.   _5. , pfi 1> IV f      1300.    *  rtifXXZ. \#W*:- ���UXtM  %W$L A _?^^���^J_.***;<1  i-fe^-'y-v-y--:*  %', A Wv-: 'JA'S��: Richardson: i sons. ��� '"GRAIN''-;;  ���/' '   -'.(Until Recently represehte'd" by, the   late   E.   O'Reilly,   Esq.),      X '  Ml kinds ot grain P���^>i-C��>*^ ,  and'shipping Instruction's.,. Any, grade   of -wheat, oats, bariey or n     ^  ���'.:  >i       ', ���   ��    '.  o' n - r��v R?9. WINNIPEG, MAN.,1 _   .'  l*5&3te ^   -'     �����'   * '"'   ^    *'   UV till ^rt W<|  - ' m&p,X}^x^Axfi^  ���'.< mMyw-i ��� A * htf 4#'Y^E;i  i V-  &  '���  P.'O.- Box 629, WINNIPEG, MAN.  $i  Am, ��_*��k lm W^P^;oM 4i4(ORAin BXCHAN&a BLDO;.  WIMNIPBO.  Ohio Gasoline Engines'  PORTABLE   ENGINES   for THRESHING  and   STATIONARY   for   CHOPPING ����  WOOD SAWING ia stock at all timaa.   W��  '    can ship at a day*B notice.  Write na foe Prices and Catsdotfu-*.  Barridge-Cooper Co., Ltt, Wnmipeg, fiat  , Henry ATernae, East.1  ���Aitltlriu-''-, ��.. VivteUlV --vV ��!*(Jv->i '-KiJBi  -   ���*  ��$.!��� y-.-yvju-Yv- '--M'..4:^i  f^C\:'iXr--Xhi'Xi'XXX  'kSt;'" \;y;>-..A>fA ;X*���t  *i."V     ii'A     I ,-' ".   j**  *-. '-i^i  _>*f*it4.   r   J. <x        *-v        l-w      ~*01?  .l -���  tr** i. -./*-������ I -v '.**fl  Mr< :a :*?.,- H  are  kissed by a  Terribly   Worse  '"But.   nuntifi.   I     tUinli     there  worse  things  than  being  voiin*-. man."  "   "What   for iiislaueo?  ������Why���"i��� no*-     bc'nlS  ldssefl   by  a  vouim  man."  Vat and tlio Pen.  W  . ln an    Irish  court     of   justice   the  ���Se   recently    fbimri  himself   in / a  ^andary.   The dispute  was about a  . ��at. and the evidence vvas direct and  mtiVC  for  both    claimants.     After  uch wrangling, Patrick Power,  one  liis       Parties; proposed  that he and,  "w   ��I'Poncnt  should  s��.*o  whose.name;  s on  tho   coat.    This   was  -agreed-  so' and after'thc other'claimant -had  toni      *   in   Vain   for   aa-v   '"ark   Pat  ���took  the  <-<?at.  and  opouiua: a corner  by  their  purifying. effect  upon  the  Blood, cleanse and vivify the entire  P system, causing every organ of the  bodv healthfully to'  continue its allotted   function,  thereby -inducing, a ���  perfectly   balanced   condition,   and  : 'making life a pleasure. - .. - -   - "  BEEOHfiM'S PILLS.'���'. P ^  '���'.'.      Good Condition.  BEEOIOTS PILLSf ;  have stood the test of the most  'exacting experience, through many  years.  ���Prepared only by ThornM Beech-am,  St.  "^^SSS^'to****���^*  AnMrlca.    Ia bo**"*-, 26 ceate.  Cl-.l-ra  n.orl.u-   or,,,.,.    - <^     ��"**  con,,.!....,!**   .iniMMUy   .1.1.1k..    tlu- ���  ,���.u:.iico  at   in.*  -..I'.*"   ����>"���  "*;11I,,011   .  v-.ah.-r.   pr..*..   I.��"t.   c-n.'.nnh.-.*..   n  olls.    ���(-*.   and   I1..1BV   ,..,*=...is     ....     1'  -PAfAfAAA Aff  ApXiAA'^r'f  X  t   t      u    '.   .   n...rk....l-   n,.m���.-r.   and  ^^^"^rt.'VorydisLurto.lc.of  lhe  bowels. - ,     ��� . ������ '. -. -^  Misunderstanding  Yes.  me    an'    Grittj  three  about  my  and  years,  split-j  poor'  thero  Painfu  ,   Sandy Pikes  George has been P^tne"  anMiow  we  are  thrnkm  "Kinrt Lady^Ver^.^ell,'  man, here, is the hatchet  is the  woodpile- ���  Minard's Lioimeat Cwe^Colfc, etc |  Her Generosity  Mrs Paul-Have you given anything  t0,?h^,!5S have just sold  .UMolS-mvaold clothes to my, washer-  wimln  for almost nothing.  Cordovan  Used in H.B.K. Mitts, Gloves  and Moccasins���tough"ai whalebone, flexible, soft, pliable, scorch-  proof, wind-proof, boil-proof,  crack-proof, tear-proof, rip-proof,  cold-proof, almoit wear-proof���  certainly the greatest leather  ever uaed In mitts and glorei.  Liko  buckskin  it   is   tanned  without oil, unlike buckskin it U  ��� not porous, it is wind-proof���will  outweax.three buckskins.     '     -^  uPinto" Mitts'and Glove*  never crack or harden, never get  sodden, are always warm,* pliably  goft and comfortable.  Sold *t all dealers but never with-  out this brand :���-.  m  ���trsr  W  ���*������*.  ���'-'.���:���  UDU  n.D.rVa  ���^'MraW^''^-  HUDSON BAY KNITTING CO.  Bontre-v.?    WInnlpe.    Dawsaa I  For about half a eantury  lhi�� c-ilablubment baa mada  a ipecialt/ of akilled watoh  repairin_. A. woodea bo*  ���will bo aent on r.qu*i' >���  which you can forward ye-u*  time-pieca '** "������  We prepay all  charges in returning  watches and jewelry  repaired by us.  ���J..  v"**."  :&4  y.v  X  r.V  m  5&  RYRIE BKOS. |  "DIAMOHD nAIX"       Yi'  The   Gum   Stuck   Her   /  There was  an old    maid    of    Great  Britain ���*'.-  Who frolicked ahout like a lutain,  lier gum fell one day  On a bit of crochet,  And that's how      she sticks to    her  knitain. '  Superfluous Hair  Removed by tho Now Princlpl*  "Qz 9fiiracf c  Ifc is hotter than electricity, becauM  it does not scar or produce a new growth.  Bettor than X-ray, because ifc doe�� not  burn, scar or paralyzt- the,tissues under  tho skin. Bettor than depilatories, because it is nob poisonous; therefore,  ifc will not cause blood poiBonmg, or  produce eczema, which is so common  with depilatories, and does not break  olf the hair, thereby increa.ing it.  giowth.     ' t  Electrolysis, X-ray or depilatories are  offered you on 'tlio bare word of the  operatois and manufacturers. Is ^  MIRACLE is not. lb is the only method  which is indorsed by physicians, nur-  geonq, dermatologist-, medical journals  and piominenb m.iguzmcs.  DE MIRACLE will bo mailed to any  address, s-onlcd in plain wrapper tor ��1.  Your innnev back without qutit-iion if it  fails to doall that is claimed for it.  Our booklet ��� tho most complete  treatise on Superfluous Hair ever pub-  lisbed������containing the, testimonials of  numerous physician* and 'Burgeons and  those''-of hundreds ol others���will be  sent free, in plain, sealed envelope,  upon request. Write for it to-d��y to  DB MIRACLE .' CHEMICAL CO., 23  Que-bi* Street West, Toronto, or  S_I_rt SPMP'SOM WW' -  TORONTO, ONT;  '  Last    week's    Tattler    gave'a-full,  page illustration showing Lady Minto  and   lier family  "in  their  winter  Canadian furs." ���   ���  m,-'X  ���?��(i-h  '?XX    i  -\,f  ^ ���* -*, V  i -,.''/  1     1  ��,   y l  ,-, j  *,  I '.'''.     ���  -,.  *.-Y    ;"  i f '  Lfl '*'.', ,   *           *  *  ��� <f,       v.ll*. '-  1   (J  *>���    V  -  ^    -   \.*\  v.***    ��  -.        1      "      J  W-'A'  f   *H  14     I  *     -              ll  t  ���t              ^*f    tf^                 S-&  i iff^ ���  k&x  -v **��� H  . "-* t ..*J  ��� J' .is.   '"  M  f*"*-  *���'       H  -,->j.;    ���>*-.  V.K.W*  1  ���2    **-\  r          3  '���J'jf.lf,  t^'tfl  'iX'-v, -"  I  ^1        '  r   t   J  --���I  "  ���  rfl  '' ������li\, ���"  '"    '(  *���   ^ *. K*%  l1Jif '>, '  '  ' l'l  r, v-ri- -',  "   j' l.4- *'  ��������� -1  '...; >    ���  *S  -r>    1  PAX  _   On.  ���      ^  ��� a!  '   s  ���  il  .-1- ��� l  \-  **       ���*'" *  "���"1  1.       V.       V  -��  '         -   V  k       %  L   a  vv*  -.  'a  d   ",'   *. ,'  .   ''.v1  (  i      ���-  a "ll _3  i     i  i  '    S�� '  V  '   ^   '  V  .      -  "*' 9  ll-"       X  1  *.  1 *_[  x  ��   <"^     .  ,  \ 1^   *  ' *  M.3  ~  W     N     -UP     !>*����      514 ^^ff^^fj^^i^c^^^^^^u.-n"\^r
tf. -	
."?"  _    of?
O ao Yen*
. ?ublishod ia tho mtorest of tbo people
of Moyie -ami'East l£octcris_\
*?, J.SHTTH & CO.,
-,' -    I'siUIJGlierc.
e/.teV, cr -..aBECErpimK.
3>a.a Year *" *	
,! —
I't l>
r*.      ).
'A. mc
'■^■oj-ic al
. -    i     I >
. fist >fO£.,'
raised li1'.
'JilOO.   |.
_ .imd.tbei"
get the j
'  .The   f
;, about tbj
Journal | -.'•
«      ij
. from it..''
'Wxj Not Organize,
Y^'ii'.c vve ur_c thu budnei-s men ,of
sloyie io'ge*<' un^llu-T ' :n:i.J ( renig.iniz*?
■•Si.-,   oo.ird "of   ir-idt*.    Soring, im   If-re
„nd then* ih pkuty orVork' tb Is? done.
TJieairct-Is need, f-xhijj,'1 tliOr,'-*i<I(3vvUlc.-,
of the to'vn'ii-.c in   h   'ilfiilnr.ible-   Lon-j
(iicioii, a* n-jw'Cvjis'.Plciry e*;te rliOul-1 ^Ik- i
•jeleet-id, and tb*' ,*«--Y:uv   m-ru'-atiou- •-,..,  ,„.,,
should be looked after thjs   v.*.*id*>iiui^   ,(,^$§&S
(•{ ■ typhoid/ favor >and other' dJ-ie-u-es      ' ■»«« <•«*
'shall   bo   -ivenul.    AU   t.bis v,eau   bo
moit effectively   itccomiiliaht-d^ by  au
.''■jnergetic, , boai'd'-c?f    trade.'     There
'     »4_^^__»^__#'__Uy*KSJS'o
We have nfibe lino cf Souvenir Writing Tablets and   Postal Cards
'    just in.   Tablets containing f.vc different views of Moyie,'2*5'cents, 'al
.cent* and 50 cents each.4   Postal pards  at  0  cents  each, _jT.  for  :>-.
cents, with si:; dUK-iont views.    A very  fine  ljuc  fo* ^ondjug you.'
Mcndp."   Call aud tioe £bem; ' '
pt O, Drug and Stationery Store,    '       , ' .   ■<
'.   ,   ./       '   '   i     ..W.   J." ATCHISON.'-     ."':
•   Prescriptions carefully prepared.
Ab anfl
.:   -. . _
' .'. body's lV^'
, . cover  of J
', should be ro delay in preaniaing,  and
„  so far no a** race ting 'place is' concern-, d
' the members,niay ni'eot'.iu the  Leader
oflice until   &• more   stiitablo  in-iotir.g'
. , place 13 aecured. ff w
' A. 9aicago^Jd.*ri-aan Owo'p Dlo 125oo-
.- , lion t<» Cljamberlaln's OourIi , -'
" i   '.    ' i. , Ecmo'tly1, Y
'''"I can heartily .tntl' conscientiously
,   , ^ ,._ -recoraiyiend   'Chamberlain's; /,Cough,
'     for; the 8'^! •  vKemedy for, affections of .the throat and
'-. compau;)':     things," says Hon. 'John ',Shemck, , 220
- "' to help. t|i ^ ■' So. Peoria* St.,  Chicago:   ",Two  years.
Ybpnbliuhiilj "' ;-4gQydun.n-_ 'a ( _jolit;ca)   campaign,- I.
Xf  ;     '■  )$[   • ..'coii'ght'-'cold'".fjt.fter   being;  'overheated,
', The H)'     • wfc'icb :'rr;tated5i»y  iliroat and .1  was
lishedbylj     •* ^cally-'cotapelled'to stop,   a= I-could
*i''ri,ho"'oh-iip    i Aot opeakvalo'ud.   In ray  ejilreraity' a
' '-.fac'l-tfitk--.     > friend''advised me  'to Yise   Chamber*-.
.    i-buBiM!^* naia'a   Cough   Eemody.   I  took  two
'   '    creased'!.!— Closes that afternoon and could -not be*.
«Vrv  halt    •' Hevo my senses when I found' tlie next
' -. „uthoriz^    '''morning the injlam'matibn had largely.
• Of winch f     .subsided.    I  took ' several' doses   that
• TheVnco.".'    *' day/kept right on talking through the
' K P' Sift    "campaign, end I thank tliis*"-medi3ino.
•      ^'!,t' Po}'"     • that I won ny seat, in, the   Council:','
'    and il   *■¥ • ' This remedy is'foi* sale by W* J..''Aichi-
TOO, Id A N Y' glasses';, ' ? - ".
*„re*.furnishod liy^Sntjuerant-, pefidlora
"who cannot make un aocurino lost o'f
tbe eyes,"and whose stock is so limited
that, only in fc-w case*? can they supply
lent-i at all suitable.
The result is that',11.6'glasses are the
cause of,rnueIi>eye troivbl^instead o,f a,
cure for it. ', ,
'-:■ - •   "' "     FdiiR TEST.S ,;   „,    - ' -
are made here with ' scientifi3 instruments', and v,c aro,able Id 'suppl}"' "atiy
leua'-required.   '    j   y     •■ * ,   Y*
\i - . W;o';F,',TATE5   ^.,'V.
Graduate ""Optician,,     CiiANRROOK.'
tues ..re **Tn'i)odi".d i,*. oui  IninOUb luvs ot,.
H1FLES   riSTOIS -*-**J SHCiTDUTtS.   How cm
s  t   e. . y   ^   w   s - ?
^.si: >'.i*.c <U slcr am) in-
^iit oh <...r" i.ro|,li.v.u. 1{
j^ju raiioat olft.iiu tl.f
'Wl.Vl-SS.'lx* six*.* iii-
r,-r.t, express !>r-*i*.a*vl[
upuu'rcvciyt ufl'jl^e
b 11* VI- SS bp.i!.; .'•*.
iHlliiusriiUr-f jutput.all,
..ijii.t'iu..'.. !,*r.i».«n>l*"v.v*l-
i.iK', ijunJhv,ilv.3. *-l..a
i;..,»I>j!.-.LM.v--r .l'-3.,;ft
by A li fiix.' ;__
« IT CAS^.T7v,4nT:*"-^! ..it I" v* .-, 1:.',.. .pvi-.-
.pu.-,-!c of ■■*.*«. '>• ».»iU •vM- )*c..,-.:.-,*-"»*r<n-<.l > v.;"
.(.>      .        Send f.r ll*
C. /-.1'oote, ?, J.Sirvra,
Noble Grand. '  •       'Secr'y.
,        r   " Or
'Koyio   'Miners .Union
. Mo.' 71  W,,FYof M.   .
Meet.**) in McGregor hall every Satur-*
day evening.,-*-. Sojourning member.?
n.r? crtretfajly-jnvi.etl ti cttend.      ^   ,
Johs HcT/bx*:Ai.c,  • K. Tsmby,
.Pi-eyVlpnt."   ' Secretary
:, |g^-f:^^.-^.;r-'' - "^3.
' Il'o H ltfii.it **■'•.-" usiii,;'STJ-VIil-T.*? g
AIOHB—hiu'HiB -'"ii - i ic? . «=!-- bniK"1;' H
i!cv,-m*oJt t'-iti*..-    rt'.- xvtuis.itv.- ijicrti. v;r
v,y.,.*j fc r.,.M„v      in.    r:
/^    .      T.rahufi:ijt«ror8 of and d.;.ik.-rK,ip all Jiuds of  I'Inarl*.-*;?, CcIUnt;, tfjfo
$\ C;din_^ Shiplap, Gomrao'iv-Ro'afd?, Dkiiftmsioa. yinit-h and Li-.lh. ^
/ft"     '  rrompt clttn'tSon to *-vlioletale and retail order-j, " '  ' M
, ileetH   Every ^Wednci-diiy at, K J'. Si.'
■i E- A* HILL',        ,. 3.IH. 1FAWLCE,   ■
>' Worthy Tres. " ;'      Worthy Recr'y.
J Ou
-4_£V^ -^	
■■will  rei«^     °soa
1 '"Herald a j[    '
•-. . .
(,       '   I._" r *• .      u       '        -I..  .'   , ■'.'         —T     " <*
.-"'      '         "Y -.••vroTICEIsierebyulVDntlicltlfe .-ef.eivatici*,.
iX -stablished in pursuance of   the  provisions  of
'*''  PPO-ole*" ,.aid'!ColumW'-B^ndV/e?torii   Kail way "puhpdy
_ - .^PY». .VcC) JS96.W nolicob of which   *..c*eo p-jUished in
c    onlearui-   ■•*■-'  tl)epritiBli Golum_l&'Garctto  r-nd^dutecTTth
'feotnoattl'v* iUay  M9C, aaACtli j_nc,189C, rocpccllvc-y,   ^rc
",     i       <;,' ' hereby oaiiealled. . .    ,   ■ .                   "
• drcd po.i]t j    c         ian(Js ^^tt. wU_ic tlie -arc embraced.
'than fi"e;, - ■bythesaidre.-ervatioa will  bo. open   to  op.lc,
1 5 000 pec-' l sottlemont, lease and other   diBponllion, under
:,       L : the provision-; of tbe "Lane Act,; thteo laoutbs
ChlCllgO   ' _>-"■->                        ,....-,,, .:,-,,    r'nlttinl.in.  Gazette.
NELSON, v »   - ".
'   "'v-.'3*      ^
iiarvey ■■.'& .' Mcdartfer
c.-1 ,  i, *.
^   .JBarristere, Bolicito:-ti; NotfetiM*!, Etc.
-- ■„'-..        ; ,
'QranlJrooIi, .,-   - ■ B., C,"
nim «*iiim'i'ii** nmwi *unnw>-itv3if
w.„f; gubd
V   r   '   -1
-    i,, J ■ r ■ ,     -      1        ■■  J ™ n        ^      »-
•S**.        '   **•'
f     fi.«n«rl«M in*.- ^«. ^l TT ^ Tf, Vf . J.^,.
^%%^-;^5^^^:^?^^^^^ "-^^^ '-^^ ^•**g*=0*^*%- --s--"^ - ^
■*" , >-^>*^^^-^**-*-i*i*-'-»t*c*f****i^-yagj*t^^^
raawfln.1* jil 'JMBWiTftW Ht*,>WSJ2*__[-*
ffl   .      W.-i] if. 4  vV>   -g,-:W    •' ',t-*x d • n  A   aM ,- X
fft JlMlJ-.W1    'JL 'JLiOuS       „     ,. J-v.*^-W -U _^-,c2 __,«__■ !•
^ ';
S Ttas. Hotel is H"(ew-aDd-.wsU. Foa^'Mied,- -Tiio
- " '", Tables'ape Supplied' W7.tli-tlie -Best tli©
i'v      '     HEAI>orjARTERS   i?OR CtoKRCEAJ,-,
$,.•"'.   • ' ',V* ' AI^ID MINING MEK   '       '    ,-   Y-„    ■
w -nTrt-rv-r-u. _       -       A-, ■  ~ '      — i-^iuTTsra cntwnirA ,
'..'.' _ X5^3!ff^X*S_3?JSJ-,   " ' '
Will be in Moyie lllhcf each month.
1   A •'     • '  . i
. . .. , , '
Cranbrook, •'    ■'    ~Bx Q."
^Tlible^ale Wine , '-
'.and   Spii^t'iMer-   .
eHant.   -; : '   ,:
r        f ^ i.j
(»       '    V I ' ' , */t
'Agent for Calgary Brewiug Co.'s
- % ' .    i        ''. '      '.''
-Beer. Ale .and Porter.'
•'-.-."•.^;\"';: ,, •"'x
JT. Label &Go.'o • ■     "J"   '    ,  '
G-eorge" H. .Thompson,.. t
'"    ' rBi.ERISTKlt, SOLrClTOK, -NOy
_''    '•        tary\PDBWC, <fec.   . K
* ^*yv...- -**      ,     *,
_- ,      " ■   .   .   .   -     *•'   ,
OJIANBE'OOK.     , British Columbia.
'^^-r——«j^jJLUt»;i«u *-r .Ptl*^*«»*»u*c*-"*_*-g*__l-___^__^
" ftss'n.
St:/ Joseph's 'Convent.
scarcely .
' of these f
from a cc.
'by tho ti/
Cough B v
lied e*ver;
have" w.'
U30'Of Ui!
nn instai*
cannot b*
Uin'3 Co
for colds
it cured
severe cc
when bin
York.    £
after tho date of the Er.tUh   Columbia Ga^tu..
provided, Tiowo-ier. thr.t in all eases where binds
_»Bo  cold,  prc-0-.r.pted,  leased  or.olhctwiM*
•allenatLd bv the Government  and  are   -mw
■Bieutly iounrl, upon the survov of he   Colum-
-bia an.i Western lUllwiy Com^j B^oV ,
He wholly Or in part v.ltbla such   hlcrkn,  then
-the persons fo acquiring  such surebaserb, pro
smntors, lokbos, etc.,   on the hame  tormr,  i-nd
-onditlons as thc Govommcnt would under the
■provisions  of    the    "Land Act."     except    u.
Aspect to timber lands on tbo Company,s which
'shall bo subject to thc wgnlations issued .by the
'Corcpanv relative to tho cutting oi t-m iwr on
tho Coum^la and Western Railway Laud Grant.
Yt\ S, Gore,
Deputy Commissioner cf Lands tt "Works.
Lands aud \Vork*"SDopartmcut,
Victoria, 13. C„ ?3rrJ February, 1003. ^
KaticoiE hereby given Ihat thiity days, nffer
datorolntoudto apply to tbe Cliief. Commis..
'■.ioner d£ La-ids'..anu \\orl"s Ior a spcc.ui
licence to out ana cany away t.mber fiom the
■Eollowlntj described lands lu Poutli East Kooteuay, BtiUsh Colunibin--
Commencingaiapobt planted  on   tae Yves-
sldoofnojlcLako, UV chains  SJ links North
41 decree*, 31 Mniules Vest fiom the Xorth veM
corner ot Lot JiOl, G.oupl,   Kootbu.iv   JiMnct;
tboueo West-oh .sure,<*d line -Kt cIumps t'lenoi
North 100 t!haim-,.ihom-oJ:ist-l-J ebi.iu-,   U.-juce
South 100 chains ■*. 'he nlaee of oomiium-ciou*.
' Dated th!.- 2ud cb.y of 1-. bruar,, IV*.
p ,A _iE,Jsoisr, e. c.j  . .^ ,
.   xjdarcling and Day School  condnct-
ed by th^Sisters of St. Joseph, .Nelson
B." C. Commerfiifil- and buainesp
courses n specialty. Excellence, find
swift' pi;d£?r-r--*o eliavactenizc Mali do-
pnrl.mentr pHrents should writeYor
particular?.' One rripnfch ssruvop the
public of the tboron^lnicsa of -the
vSis-ters' methods of tonehinp. Termr j
(inmm*.ncc Jnnuarv, April and Wept
Pupils nvo admitted during tr*-r,r>
* '-'" Hay and Grain,* ''],
(,***, _ J" ,- ",        ,   '      -v
3*™c- mn^Bu'"^V7^s "tw
Foreign und   Domestic Vvines^Iiiqaors
...kI CiK'-i'S*
'„    A BUY ,Y'OirRit.    • -f   t -,
( - »
.O^il^:ca:V•, -f i-; *
/ ' ';w'■",- -• -  FROM .; ■*'■'•' -'
''* A. B,4gtewJart'j&.Op. ■
^' AGK*rr:*s for   *
'     i__aeathcinoetupto,aateI?iBuranoei,iuntra'ot.   JI m as  iiei*
'.from conditions ^ the nir you   blfcathe.   .\yhy! wo'abo   guarantee
.you profits on the poli'cy.'   ^ak'.ror^arlicalarB on this Ocntraot,    '
.\ * ** *   t - ".-,.- ,      ...       - .
■'  Y        .-   ' A        ■   d, .* ' X    ,   -1'
'.."''BEALE & BLWBLL,   \  - '
' ,   ,      -     i     >• * ' , V     (   ft     ■   ' V
'    '   '   \' -   v    Agents, Orii'nhrook. ,   '
.. , '     I I ' ' ' ' '       f      ' '    ' V
'' ,'[   '^'XAX"-  "" Gerieffil-Agent, ;Nclson.-.-
-     ,. •     ,     "6;     ,-    -*■**v,--''^,l;';, /        , "   '.	
i* ' *     t*        . '-•"''■     ,.,., niY-r-r-r**-*.*" fa^_js__ri23f5ss
A. 51. BLACK.
,\Va havo formed a partnevship foi-
the purpose of carrying on busins&s in
Fire, Life and Accident Insurance;
Auctioneers and Stock Brokers-
»l!T*-.-v       f     Cv-«t*!!i*f*--S   4\ piVP      '
And. Bath 3-ioomp.. .
s Tn ET0K1" Builtliug.     c
' Fhui CI-.*.-is Work,
,nd 1UKE31Y. -Cj^_
Meal? Perv-d to Order.. Bread lor 8i-.li l     j^*
Twelve Loaves $1. ■,
1    -     TOtLTS'r'   "
For.'idl kinds'cf_„__lir.i*ta_  wdrV- in-
, .'*.-<
<    JjFiATfNO,     lU.OWlSil'
i'IPIi:C, GT,OOK   l'OTS, ■ »c
\ny business  intrusted  'to   us   will | ===*s3E_*____r^_!_-«'„_____^
revive prompt and   caroh^.^tcntion , Qi ^| ^
HutcMson & BlacK,_ .. p^, V to    -^ AIAa V
B. Te -HOWA-RD, Prop.
Fo"n   Kl^VI 'TAn.0P.ING   GO. TO.
•A     ^^*  -** -»*-**,*i^*.i
'Fin'"-   rtultM'tfiti,    OVv.-icon.tni2-
Tjou-»«»«.   ImU'rioiJ     Goojlu.
^IHW/ —W        «'. ..l-n'hiindi-. a 'full   line   .,! »M.
•^S#^>y1        I'N 'McGlerv's F.*nnoas  Stoves," the   '
z.~£a!M 'N^"ii_V' Si "    ,       •-..._.,•,, rlu> miirket,
,bcsi in the market,
, PATK0RE-ilROci.
.    GruOTBllOOK,1      ' B' C'
Leask Block. CRANBROOK
-THE—    '
r. r      n
! **'   — p.. ,
ake Shore wote»|
„?i.. <J . -L-- "^ '-'•-",*5*"* -■;   --■ ■- u .> -1     !
.   'AA*'-'-.
;   j .- ii-;
CornfoiMble  j'-.*.':* :*.nd (Yod   B'..a!u <
;•!  t?s..'. -r ''*"'("   ri«- ;
a   '"J#,'V-Hrii1"'   -.'frt**
iho. Fort S
•any Dt*-tn
\Vhere 1(
J.ak.e. „ ,
I.'. C. >"q,
"Miner*    <
p;irn Y- ■■
days f row *
- jug Hecor
for-the pu
the above
■•■Allvl f"-
section 37
sunuce of
Dated tl
; -"-S3
(iron m i- 'j
,OEm*x,ncATB] or Impkovkmknts.
LftkObiil-J Fraction Muiei.il CUim, bituato in
tUorort Ssoclo Mining IIivi*-lou ot East Kooic-
B"*J_.rorior«cU: On er.-t si.lo of lo-ic* Mojic
;""-ruCE XOTUJ]-:, thasl/l'lio--. T. MeVitUe, 1*.
_'_y^.Vwed^herv:nf .oui-Plj to tl.o ■.11..-
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"Bated this, 21th day o£ Nov., MOI. ]
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brick in Movie , -for immediate use.
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office.    French ranges a sneciii^ty.
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