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 r  MAR 1GIS05  ���OR!A^'  ,��#����  B������������������  ?^s.-  gOOdSS  New &  MOYIE, ^a.^AMHJA-Wte-^  g^otaTe and Kootenav Ev.  X  A YEAR  ���     o-noVis' are arrivlnglidauy  Sprmg S����-* a ��� tlie ,peopie  ' ^dneV<?��Xe|opportunity of.  &fKoyll^m-9u6naa complete and  now on hand;..  I Ll  I Will ' Aid  Kootenay  *'   '���     Central -"  ' ' .'!���       Joi-'i-'ot well nailed,  ��- ^^JT��� r-i�� r<6" ^up'  ".(/nieB.to HUit- any pu _  a  Reduction , tor ���  Five Years.  BftW.- ��� ���    -   VICTORIA,    March'    9���At . the  government'  caucus'   last night i) the  ioDg-proioWd, ��railway_^policy    was  laid-bofore   the   fiiemtierg- 'pending������ .  It provides for, the building  of ^oote-   m_ou  nav Central, and the extension of  the 1     -  Columbia &   Western Jrom Midway  to SpeWs Bridge-in all -about  4 0  mil0B oAoad-Hind.il.to -be  built by  the CT; B, -d all to be but it within  five years.   The subsidy w to be *o,000  caBh for'each, mile .built,  to be  paid  on completion' of   ten-mile   sections.- ^ -  There are to be no tax exceptions, otn-        -  er than that tbe road is to be  assessed^*  It now seems to be'an assured fact  tllat the new road between Spokane  Washington, and Y.bk on the C P- B-  will be  built,   and "that   active   con;  truetionworkVin^robaHy be began  within a very few month/ time. The  Spoke.mah-Eeview.of Tuesday  tb 0  *  some important light  on theater.  I^Tj^ Eol��rla/t?eneral manage, rf  the  big  federal Mining & Smelting  omp^ha^eBisneda^OOOayear  Position with th* company t; become  cheif executive officer for D. 0. Corbin  .in Uie building of, tho Spoaane  & In  .     ., L.:i..��,-    That road  will  himself   returned    yesterday   from  a|  S3S trip to England.    *������.  one boat and came back by  the  same  steamer on   its  return  paasage.   Mr-  Sn was abroad in connecuon^  tne financing of nia road.    Work will  rKl'^Sm- a   year  to   1*  ,er s  'Invictus" Shoes.  In these goods the emphasis,comes onthe word "FIT."  These shoes fit tlie foot.   Others do/aometunea,  Satisfying Shoes.  tbe   "Invictus" shoes,    mey give  , faction is the backbone of all virtueS.,  FIT, REPUTATION, STYLE,  the "Invictus"..lio=-.   It w *�� "��'J k lhe plea���.  ure bl demonstrating tuiB, ^     ���  -A^D���  TheT&Q?- Q}^'  Olie Moyie Gun club held iUVeekly  ehoot  Thurto    aU^^^  fnllnwine is a list ot -tne LY '. ni  Ind the number of clay p.geo��.|  'broken by each: '��� ^ ^  |*iiiMMjjJjLliifc ���* Ml"' 1    <"      A  |;W���7-7-.    ���   We'BecommendYon.toBuy^ --,  ���o-, -     . - ���      ''J     'A  vou  wiir-Maico'Money. "Write,to  !-i'Stocks ,areyBuing; and  ^^^^ ,,  For Particulars  Try A Few Cans of  "Old Homestead Brand"  Vegetables and bruits at  er man w" *"  ��� *  at $3,000 a mile for the firat five years,  and after that at $10^000^   '  ,,Clean Tour Yards.  The time for house cleaning and  yard cleaning'., at baud. , There �� a  ^of unsightly rubbisb in Moyietb,  should   be ��� cleared   away,   and   tbe  time     to  do.it   is   r'i,0;^  South is doing his duty in the matter,  ^dthepeoploshouldlendhimever.  assistance possible-   Section 4di ol tt��  Provincial health act is clear-, on   the  I matter ��� It reads: "Every householder  Und     every f"hotel   and , restaurant-  ''Seper or oiher person,   >hall ����.P��e  eSubagefor:tbe(HspoSalof^  he is responsible,   either  by   burning,  "bu^atlensttbreeii^nn  n0t more thiuf thirty niche f below Ue  surface of the ground, or paci|H  in  a proper covered   receptacle,    be con  tentsof.hichsIiallbcre,re^S  a  week   or   oftener,   n   ^  Health     Officer     tl,ink?     n-ee.-ai,.  SoLntsoffoodfitloru^. .inog.  or other ^animal. m..y,   ��f   k >>l.  separate receptacle, be ,t  once  fed  3uch   animals" ^   Pestiferous Parasites.  Cameron  A.tchison'.. '  Armstrong. ������-���-,-'"  ��� Smyth...:   j Laird... v* ��� "  Foote '"���" A,'' Vweepatake contest,  LOCAL NEWS.,  Dane   Martin   left- tor  Tuesday.      ,.    ,      ,���'i-iaa returned  '   Mrs.  Geo.    Btaingham bas  from Spokane.-  4  Mrs.  ���������    -; ,   , �� -�� M    ieis  citizens p��        ?  Dm'SP�� ne was in Cranbrook the   ap8^a,rance    atetfie   board, ol |J��  B. G. Gwynno wfis n ,      aPpg-astTuP/Bday  evening.   Tb.  ��* ���� '** W^:- nn from Morrissey ' ^^ P. Hacdonald, B Oampbe  rstot tne-w ^" .        {rom Morrissey  , Mrs. Gorman was up trom  I Mmee yesterday.' __    >  ^.A-AyaUinger^aaout trom      ^  nioney.  E*re     J*W S^br and get tbe benefit of  the  Companies wo "present-   in? adequat0 protection,  lower rate we otter ��" ^       ^  CRANBB.OOK.  ARNOLD" &  ���\'L  MOi'IE.  ���* i��-����      j ��������r- "i      ��� See our  union  We-oatry the best range o�� <Jata in tci��;    ^^  made �������������� oF tHE WeS  Accorain^totUenera-d^r^roo,  is swarmed with pimps aud   tinhorns.  "in the afternoon when the sun shmes  tUov swarm up on the  ,unny   side  0  \     tiii-p a  lot  of chiomonks  11 i,;B o-lorv WHS not ar.ajeu  S^nUTTh-y make their hoi^s  with the unlortdnate women of the  .r0v. and on their shame -th ow  and then a Bide graft, -hey iw  fuiuiy and ease, a curse to aaj  lu^uiy   si blirbton tho Rood  community, and a blj, ^^  name of auy mwn.    *e;u   ' ,  ing theBe opecimena  of human  ouStandtnanyTeintotorne  0 Or*  brook.    Oonatable. ^       ^  HoBkina have a dut,        P  it Should be done at onoe.    Ih^��  trains eoing both  v/ays vaoh  c^ty^   an  w.U:miE iS getting better   right ,long.  Campbell ueu �����������" ���--  ?ney shot off''and  Eddy  won^  Tvlewfenager. ���,." :"-  iohn   Fehto"n7^v^;Nlialbfer' 5��"  i      in  Brit:sh Cblurobia ior   the  spector .in Jint.su, w       ,,__ Vosiimed  dominion    aovejmmen^hajjegg^  to accept a positio:  Bast-  Kooten��� '  Ho Will afford w   ,""7" ," )he  fruits  \-i   i,D ��� no-iv  associated t.tne  i.jh=  which be ib nu��   ^--    0   . .      t-ilP  * ��n   vcbib   experience . in   me  6f ov.er 80   3 ears       t Ottawa,  service of Gilmore  &  Co.,  -1  u  I one of the largest lumbering hrms in  coutral   OanadR.  '  payaa7^sT,EllSeM''  H,.l,WO iesB difference is  10th of bist month,    ine.,01-  'S nt Febraarv being   a short  on accoun  o   rcbn    . q[  ^  month and the  ciosmb  mine for a day or two  Gran-  ' MrB.  "���    ���" "T-��" M> " ' brook Wedne-4W.  Mrs. Obadwick.  IhhcryoupfeerdaysMr,^^  worked as .chambermaid in t^ie May  Qew Sotel,   Trf^ned��out Cassie  the way things nave turned o  ff��Uldr;aklU18t1eIomeooun.  never quit ��*W8 ha<Q  becoffi0  UyUVfcr'\boutevry other hotel will  "=rH^o^  of it.���Fornie Ledge.  StaWrfne Aff^yj  o^^Iho other under the hcarU  Tho wounded man �� not stuo J  Jiurt. and his assailant is BUUattargjt.  )SPU?rWldtcjSuperintendentof  Dr. J.l-L.^biU,       I , lhia  Methodic   missions,     *���� ^  week.     , ' i ,-ormerlv   <-on-  A- ��;  DrO��B*0iOnOw    S-ed   at  stable in Moyie, is  n��w  Mh'-b-01- Hn<  r;turDod  from  3;',M:r��:n.o - ^���� <��'o,e  Kelso;:,, wneie   us-  P.1BUW0  w.ocks. ralrick'e  Donft faU to attend .00 8t  Dav ball next Friday  e.ening.  1tI.^.-.--'^  There   will   bo me6t_  jnitwtcd at  next Wea aud  f^of the Moyie aerie of ^g  aS,U attendance is urged��� ^  There will be   work on 1        ^ge  iliat0ry    degree   m ug;  r  O 0. F. next Monaaj  .'(aUittonditncoJ.to^:  META1.  M-ARKEJ"; ���;��� -  .i-d.^-'faf'f^'.'. ���  LpNDON^Lead, ��li- 09-  jBixofMoyie^e^uy^',^  They  iU'lOunj     " ,.   I    r  Ffre ^ P. M��� ��. 0.^*  V.Desaulnier, J., r.   "    ���   <���   ^  Smith and F.'it: Smyth.   The meet,  f��� was called for the purpose of deal,-.  inj  with  a   resolution  aaking  lor a  ,  ciounlyoni/coppSr   which.. was ^ubr,  mUtedby^nDeanol-Mlandto,.  the meetings   ^e  associate^ boards  held recently in X^lJ^n  be conversant with ,^-and ,  --   - ���     ---nam ,neutrai.    -a-    r        ,  be held "on April. 4t^, '  .hen   new   omdea   will ^   elected,  when   new ,o meeting  The attendance,at, the  lasi,  was anything but .-^will   be   1  iDWhelped  that   thejew^be.  hette- attehdance at. W . neXi '  can bo   properly   looked   after.  ind  'Bank deposit..' ...... ���       ���_,.-,  ,    /interest  allowed at   current   ratea   -nJ  V ' Jpbundedjtyvice a year,  j Vi'M- HMKHAIVl";'.Managed        ^  %���  range in price from  *1.^    ��  $100.   Our .*1.7.5   Watch.-m  TsjicWe open face   c^e   stem  ���wi���d-   and   stem   set    Good     .  ..alhe.'������ Qauranteed.    or   on^.  -year.   Our ?100Wateb,.lfe  '��e,^tra-heavy   14K (gold  -:!U ^tted' Vith   ��8  '3ewe  ������-   Walthatob-Bl^nmoysmeii,  ���  . -. ^baoV.^tlex.   tVhich ..shftU  ;7?e'scnd? . ' ,'���. ' ��� 1  jeweler. ; CRAKBBOp^B. C.  15, H. anUlil Bl*nnBer.l- t-  ��� Good rooms, good. tabteajand bar,  and first claes sample rooms.;  Maobinerv for St. Eugene-  -^r'SSdCi::  tbe St.  Buuene <Jon"Jl       VanCouyer  Company, of Moyc, by thev  cars,  equipped   with ^  ^.m.  oiling wheels and a, el-  ing Exchange.^^_________    ,    - -  Wrtain's Coo, ' f���1���,^,   1.   ��l����J��  ,ureio!��ll.'��-.   "\Pnd   wliooiime  .���ibT.ip stov ��� .:    ���  WiHbu.^slHoi^.  jnanyoithe^ccn^lt   .  Miners' Union Election.  The regular' eemTSnual election o|  held last Saturday   and   the& .  oiikers were elected  ior  term: -j������f-'  Chas. Hastings, PreBident,,n  ,,     - ^-s Vice-President  John Morrison, Yice ,  Thos. E. Kelly, nnanoial Seer^       _; .  James Lemnion,  Becording Seor y,  John Biackburn.   Treasurer,      ,  John Powers, Conductor;  Philip Summers,   Warden,. ,  Tuslees-.-Wni.   .Btephen-0-.    M  Walsh,   Alex   Cameron,  John  Bark,  j V WonneaBey, (?. A. M-Young. .   IT ..^oiioi.  Oows- Poisoned,  . kr..MMr..pili;*4w��.f>'*  -'���'���OIT',^,t'-S^i  S-S^notoneii   ti   .o.��o  on��cooonl��blo_���f��^; ..   ,.;,  shoulder,-^   ^-��S ,  ^V^S^of-anyonru��fere!  me.'ibe-ei3 ���'hnent  when  ing f-rd that pam^^ ,for   ft  this liniment can u _ Uoa,ion gives  small sum.. <-no ^^'continued use-  prompt relief ftno; 'pjodnce ���.a--per*  ^a;^u^o^eVw.J,Atch,-  mancnt, curt. - ��      ,  son.   ,  ��  /*  ,y  . i- ��� ���  W'-"?v' !" * :> -s'    '" v-'"-' "'f- ���*��� Si  SS,J8.r*i    ,<.i TV,   .;.rfLS-v,^,,  ,.*�����*      ft ' - il v--)} -��� V. -     :---�����?,  jT-wii -i         * ji a  ������'-' ^ . - v.. -\  s, �����: i. ~ , \  i,%  i*  ,;~  ^.  ft-C'J;   �� -       '.  ,     '         '   1^   ^     ^'i^  sl.Jl>  "       "*  ,   '  ��        ,       *   ^,���   i  - *  - Ih  \t    ~*     r    "\-  < w'  .    - j  ^    ''!  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ACUTE  INDIGESTION  ,    (_  4i�� vci  r  t tiblislK  of 5  T  ,7. ,I,fiM ;  <0 ao Yea'  SATURN  A mrt  Moy.e a').1  ".-l.rl, v.'-jcJ:  ' raiEt-d'tlj'l  --.Tiioo." |i ���  and thei��  get the ]';  .     The' 'j'',  PhoenizM  about thij   .  ���Journal ���  appcaraj-j  " BoundftA '  lramentifg  ��� from it.$  ,As an.i  advertiBiv-  's body's M>!  ,'i'cover of ft-/  Americas,!'  ,'���r  for the siH  . coinpaujf  :ti  to help t.  'pnblisbiitii  Tlie lit  f!S  lished byjj  '. The chat1';;'  ���j'acilitiits'j^  ���ubusir-eBS:!.';  -creivsod't,;'.  ��� any hcoij,  ��������� uuthoriz4'f .  ��� of w,hich ��  -   "     i.      f   .  -Theancoi,  % P! Sift  -G. T.Bof},,  and M. ��  ��� will  rem.  '���Herald a.\.  -���CranbiJ;  .   People s,  on lear.ui .  'go thente^  Hired pp-oi'..  ' than frTc  '3,000 .pec ,  JGhicaf;o1'  scarcely /  of thece  from ace.  by the ti.  'Cough I?  hod ever.  have    w; ���  use of th  an instar  cannot b.  Iain's Co  for colds  it cured  ,  severe ex  when sin  monia.,'  1   York.    E  13? TC  Ueju'  "X^csltts,1  the Fort's,'';  nay-Dlstrt-'.  .Where 1( ���  ".TAKE >.  T.I. C. No,  ! Mountain;  Mincrn . <���;  p;:in .V-v,,  duys from,  .'ing Hccot..  for the po1-  lhe above  ���    And fnj  (section 37.  puauce of ���;  Dated fl  ?-i)3  TA  Brick  erf. 'I'  brick m  siVnyont},  A limpl* Art���Work, Rett ��n* Talc*  Life ����� It Comas.  An old fashioned doctor once remarked in the writer's hearing that sweeping and bedmaking are the two most  healthful occupations known to womankind, and, although the statement is  undeniably a farreachiug one, it contains at least a measure of truth.  Performed'in the right way and punctuated by regular intervals of sleep  and recreation, work never hurts any  one���never, iri fact, does one-half the  harm, physical, mental or moral, that  is tbe inevitable outcome of indolence.  Unfortunately, however, says, a writer  in the Designer, not' many people In  these days do perform It in the right  ���vay, and.the consequence is that we'  are fast becoming a nation of neurasthenics, wrapped in morbid Imagining  and'lacking the ability either to work  or to play in the healthy, whole hearted fashion that, nature originally in--  tended.  '.Women   waste   time   and   strength  over gymnastic exercises, hoping vainly "to1 find therein something that will  answer for the health they have lost,  .and"all the time'the one crying need  ��� is' to  live  rationally, taking the sun-  ' shine of .life  along with  the shadow  and never rushing in pursuit of either.  Every woman should know that If  she-would enjoy life she must be well,  and ishe cannot long be this, however(  -splendidly nature may have equipped  , her, if she wantonly wastes the energies at her command.  People"'talk of health as If It were  aome great secret, known only to a favored few, hut the key to.lt iabotta  simple and easily found, being merely  the ability to take'life just as it comes  without worrying about the future.  To work''when there is work to be  done, to do no more 'at the moment  ���than the moment actually, demands and  to take a "breathing spell", of rest just  when it is needed���to follow these rules  iwill be .to prolong life; to keep*.the  health good and.the heart light and to  ;' make the most?o�� the powers that'll*  within us. <,    .'     .      ' _,  When we are weary we can do nothing  >; well; hence, even when it seenis dif-  'ficult to spare the time, it is really the  wiser plan to lay the work aside for a.  few minutes, relax the,muscles and occupy the mind with restful, uplifting  thoughts. , . ' r \  . It:'is the woman's way to rush from  one duty to anotheB, without a moment  of rest in between, and sho pays the  penalty, by growing old' before her time,  by arriving all too quickly atthe point  where not only duty, but life, is a burden, and by .passing ^out of .the sphere  of her usefulness juste when she ought  to be In her. prime.<��� ���-    f  A  Trouble  That   Causes   Untold   Suffering   to   Thousands   Throughout  Canada.  Humor and Philosophy  a ' ,    ,  Br DUNCAN  M.  SMITH  "I suffered so much with acute indigestion that I frequently would walk  the floor through the long nights,  said Mrs. Thomas Vincent, residing  at 98 St. Peter street, Quebec. "I had  been afflicted with the trouble." she  continued, "for upwards of twenty  years, hut it was only during the past  ye-ir that it assumed an acute form.  There were tiroes ..when 1 was almost  distracted; everything^, ate disagreed  with me and the pains in the region  of the stomach were almost unbearable. When the attacks were at their  worst my head would grow dizzy and  would throb violently, and sometimes  I would,experience severe attacks or  nausea-f As time went on I was a 1-  most worn out either through abstinence from food , or the havoc it  wrought when I, did take it. I tried  many much lauded, dyspepsia cures,  but "they did me no good. In fact i  got nothing, that helped me until my  nephew urged me to take, Dr. Williams' Pink Pills. He had used them  himself with 'the greatest benefit, and  assured me that they would help me.  After I had taken three or four boxes  of the ,pills there was some, improve,  ment, and I continued. to take.the  pills regularly for, about tlnee  months, and at the end of that time  I found "myself cured. I could eat a  hearty meal .and. eat it with relish; I  slept soundly at night, my weight increased, and my'.constitution generally was built up. 1 think Dr., Williams' Pink Pills will cure any, case  of dyspepsia,' if they are given a fair  trial such, as' I .gave "them.        ,     ���  -Dr Williams' Pink Pills cure case3  like Mrs. 'Vincent's ' simply because  they fill the veins with1 that rich, red  blood that' enables every, organ of the  body to do its ��� work, properly, mat  is* the reason why the pills cure, all  blood and nerve troubles such as  anaemia, neuralgia, rheumatism, heart  troubles, skin ' diseases, St. _ Vitus  dance, ..parlysis and the special ailments of growing girls and women of  middle age. . When you ask for Dr.  Williams' Pink Pills see,that you get  the genuine with the full name, Dr.  Williams'.-Pink Pills, for Pale Peo-  lple," printed, on ,the wrapper-around  every box. Sold by medicine dealers  'everywhere, or by mail at 50 cents a  box'or six boxes for $2.50 by ,writing  the Dr. Williams' Medicine'Co., Broclz-  ville, Ont.   ' - _..-.��� j.  Copyright, 1904, by Duncan M. Smith.  PERT < PARAGRAPHS.  LIFE ON THE RAIL  IS A BARD ONE    O  C   P. R. ENGINEER'S EXPERIENCE  WITH   PODD'S  KIDNEY PILLS.  There is a curious affinity between a ; _    '     Br0Ught    Back    His    Strength  mud puddle and a boy and his mother's  slipper.  There are some people who are smarter than they look, but very few ar��  ���marter than they feel. ' -  CARDS OR PRAYER BOOKS.  .Marie Corolll on   tlio  -  ..A. DalutTiBaby Gnrmamt.  , The little'model'sketched'is a dainty  development which has the'advantage  of being in one piece,'the sleeves being  ,so arranged as just to.tie.at the wrists  li-ashionttblo Euj;ll��li  buiiclay. ���  Society to-day, declares Miss, "Marie  Corelli'iu The London Magazine, prefers  cards  to, prayer-books     and    thc  , hissing of the motor  to'the sound of  layered  psalmody'., .&���,,,  -^,:lt, is quite the1 fashion,", she'adds',  "to play bridge 'alt aud every Sunday, when' and wherever possible. </��� ������  ���"Country-house 'week-end', .parties  tlnsiyear were ,. all bridge ,-parties:  Thoy we're alb carefully selected, with  an eye 'to the main chance. ", The  ���play' generally began oiii Saturday  evening, and went on all through  Sundav up to midnight. One woman,  notorious for her insensate love of  gambling, took lessons in 'cheating'  nt  bridge  before joining her country-  Chronic kickers' should bo herded  with mules on the principle that the  hair of the'dog Is good for his bite.  i ,     "* . i  Did you ever observe that people,  who owe you'money are by no means  such hustlers as people to whom you'  owe- money? - ���     '     ���      ��� , .    .  Some people are so busy keeping still  that they don't have time to say anything.       *s ���" . "  When the sight of the Sunday dinner  does not cause a man to brighten up,  better see the doctor at once. . ,   " ���  /"'When a young man regularly..meets  the'milkmaid at ithe corner'it-is, time  for the girl's father either to fire the  young man. or, take, him into partnership. ' ���        '  j.  . /    ,'  >   i, ?, ��� ' '  Sometimes "a man is so "color-blind  that a green girl with red hair'has no  -difficultydn marrying him. ���   , ���  " ���    ',  Some of the receipts for getting on  In the, world might .be boiled down to  something like this:  Be smart and you  will succeed.  Seeing is not always believing In th��  ���case of blondined hair. ��  ��� <���' ���_ ��� ��,  ,    '     0,        Cut It Out,    ,/', t"-'  ��� ,      'Don't worry.  Although the outlook may be dark.     ,  Misfortune, oft has missed its mark! ,  Tomorrow's woes ignore today;  "Look on the bright side anyway.,     v  ��� Don't w.orry.. ���;,,(.  ^. '   '     Don't worry.      ,'     v  Th��'fret and fever worries bring  Aro shackles that like leeches cllnffj    ,  With chains they bind you to despair.  And you forget the skies aro fair. ���   ,T  ���     -f*       ���   Don't worry.       .s    >  -  ?       /' *        .,<���''  Don't worry.    ,  On'e-half the things that you have^feared���  ��� Yes, more than half, wer�� fancy reared.  Be Jolly, let good cheer have sway,   ���  oAnd they will roll like mist away.  Don't worry.  ��� '-' ,-.    ' Don't.worry.     i    ,  Suppose the rent Is overdue:  You can't draw wages being blue.  Brace up and meet the landlord grim  When  He Could   Neither  Rest  Nor  Sleep.  .  ��� Winnipeg, Man.; ' Feb.', 20-��� (Special)���Mr. Ben Rafferty, the well-  known C. P. R-' engineer, whose homa  is 175 Maple street, is one Winnipeg man who swears by Dodds Kidney Pills. '  "Long hour3 on the engine and tne  mental strain broke down my constitution," Mr. Rafferty says. "My hack  gave out entirely. ' Terrible, sharp,  cutting pains followed, one another,  till I felt I was being sliced away  .piecemeal. I would' come in tired to  death from a run.- My sole desire  would be to get rest and sleep, and  they were the very things I could not  get.   Finally I had to lay off work., ������  "Then I.got started to take Dodd'e,  Kidney' Pills, and the first'night after using them IJ' slept soundly. In  three days I threw away the belt I,  havo worn" for years. Dodd's Kidney  Pills cured me." '    .        ,   '  LEAVE'WELL. ENOUGH   ALONE.  A BABY JACKET.  with ribbon bows, without any inconvenience  of  pushing  the  little  hands  -and arms through armholes.  The material used is the very finest  cashmere, the edge being buttonholed  with pale blue or pink silk and a  powdering of rosebuds or forgetmenots  worked upon the jacket. This charm-,  .ing little pattern make3 a nice pieco of  fancy work.  Deliclona  Yooinac Carrot��.  The -French manner of cooking may  young carrots is delicious, says Table  Talk. Boll them until tender, then  cut into halves lengthwise. Melt some  butter in a hot spider. When the butter bubbles lay iu the carrots and  sprinkle with some sugar, salt, pepper  and finely chopped parsley. Fry them  until the edges become crisp and  ���brown.  Lyonnaise carrots are made "in the  same way. only cooking some finely  chopped onion in the butter before  adding tho vegetable.  To make creamed carrots put in a  saucepan two tublcspoouCuls of butter, and when it Is melted stir in oue  tablespoonful of flour. Gradually add  to this one cupful of rich milk aud sea-  ton with salt and pepper. Cut tlio  boiled carrots into cubes or with a  6inall scoop Into balls and stir thcra  into tbe creamed sauce. When ��� hot,  turn them into a heated dish and sprinkle chopped parsley over tbcm and  serve.  HowKCliold  Breyltie��.  A little sweet spirits of niter in the  bath or water for.washing the hands  is said to/ entirely overcome odors of  perspiration.        .���'.'.-���  To remove mildew from leather rub  with vaseline tillrlt Is well absorbed,  then rub and polish with a dry cloth.  The biliousness sbmelimea resulting  ' from the use of eggs may be prevented  in great part by sprinkling a few drops  .of.lemon-juice upon tlieiu.  A French chintz, with pink roses and  buds rioting over a ���groundwork of lavender, is the pretty wall hangiugof. *  cottage.  A mayonnaise of fish, or even plain  boiled fish served cold With a sauce,  pleases many in warm weather.  Keep   the   dust   brushed   from   the  walls, the ceiling, doers, windows and  moldings.   Use a clean piece of ilauuel  tacked about a broom nnd make your  . otrok�� a downward one on tho walla.  house  friends.  She  came  away hcavi-     -^y-y th    ok. ls one on hIm-  ,-r  in purse  by   live hundred    pounds,     Ana say,       J Don.t worry.  but.   of that  five hundred,     one   hundred 'and   fifty  had   been  won   Irom  a  foolish little  gh-l  of eighteen.  "When not playing bncl��e, soci-  ptv's Sunday observance is motoring.  Flashing aiid fizzling ' all over the  place, it rushes here, .there, and everywhere, creating infinite dust,  .smelling , abominably. and looking  uglier than the .worst demons in  Dante's   'Inferno ''  '���Dinner parties, with a string band  in attendance, and a Parisian sr.iger  of the 'cafe ch.uUant' to entertain  the  company  afterwards,     were   onco  unknown   in England     on a   Sunday.  But    such   'Sabbath'   entertainments  are quite ordinary now .     >  "Nevertheless,      though       society s  Sundav  has  degenerated   into  a   day  of  gambling,   guzzling   and    motoring  in   Great   Britain,   it   is   well  to     remember  that society in  itself     is   so  limited  as  to   be  a  mere  bubble     on  the   waters   of   lne;   froth and     scum,  as   it  were,   that   rises  to     the.    top.  merelv  to be si imined off and thro-vn  ,-u-idc' in   anv   serious  national   crisis.  The  people  arc  tho  life and  blood  of  the  nation,  and   to   them."  Miss  ( o-  ivili  concludes.   "Sunday i cmains still  n   'day  of  rest.     ' ^^_  Pretty   .Snlofiiu.  Father (who has been culled upon ho  fl'c city ami asked for his daughter's  hand)���Louise, do you know what a  solemn thing it is to be married? Lou-  ji,t-_Ob, yes. pn. but it is a good deal  more solemn being single.  It Is Different  Then.  "You know it.  is said man  shall not live by.  bread alone."  "Of course,  but that was  not written during a meat  striko."  The   Nc-vt    Trnln.  Traveler���When i.s the next train  out? Station Master���Twelve o'clock,  sir. Traveler���What! Isn't there one  bofoie that? Station Master���No, sir:  we never run one before the next.  No man ever yet got his sidewalk  Bhoveicd off by sitting down and pon-  ile.ring the depth of, last year's suow.-r  VioSton Globe. ^  , The Hack Writer.  The hack writer is not one who rides  in,a hack. Generally a .street car i3  about, the best he can do when he  doesu't, walk. The pen is mightier  than the hatchet, and as he recognizes  that fact and does his hacking with  a pen he is called a hack writer.  The back writer is a genius who has  not been discovered except by his wife  and the corner grocer. The latter makes  tho discovery when he presents his bill  at tho end of the month.  The back writer is a firm believer in  a hereafter because he thinks eternal; ond  justice would get a black eye if there ^  were no place for editors to go when  they die. lie has an idea based on experience that editors are men who are  never happy unless they c:m see a fellow man starving to death.  When tho hack writer makes a bit he  becomes a literary guy. Then he cannot understand how some men manage  to "live on fifteen cent meals.  Acording to a well-founded rumor,  the Dominion Government will durm0  tho present ��� session he urged, to impose a custom duty on grades of fence  wire 'which are now on' the free list.  That such a tax "would prove an unjust burden to the farmers of Canada  Aero is no doubt fin the older parts  ofr the, Dominion the- 'old wooden  fences',are; being .year ,by -year replaced bv wire structures, and, in, tne  Great West, which'' is rapidly being  settled, practically ��� all the'fencing is  ��� being' done with wire in one or other  of its many forms .'of construction.  Were the kinds.of wire most in use  for fence construction manufactured  in Canada, there might bet some ex--,  cus'e for imposing an import tax, but  since-there are practically no lactones for making it in operation-in  th \ Dominion, .whom could such a tax'  benefit?Jl ' , , "''<--  That the price of��� fencing material  would be raised to practically the extent of the dub; there can be no doubt.  This would moan that a duty of ,2o  or 30 per cent, would impose an extra  tax of $150 to $175 on, the fencing re-  ouired for. 'an .averages farm. lNor,  would the rural community suffer only  to the extent of an 'increased expense  to thosejwho have to fence, hut a great  deal of'farm improvement would.be  delayed for many years,'which would  operato strongly in keeping down the  value of land. Rather than impose,a  tariff on Nos. 9; 12 aud 13, smooth  galvanized wire as has been proposed,  it would be armuch saner,, policy to>  remove the \present, duty of, 20 per  cent, on Nos. Tr and -11. < If this^ were  done, the' revenue1 would not suffer,  for these grades are not extensively  imported, but if they were- free a  stronger' and more satisfactory fence  could be' obtained^ .without enhancing-  the cost. ' ' .i0   Cilu-iNtoiic's Colony. ,-  , An' old and almost'forgotten story  of British expansion was recently recalled by the death of F. E. Stewart  in' Melbourne, Australia. Stewart  was the last survivor ol William E.  Gladstone's colony in north Aus-  trulia. This attempt at settlement  was inspired'.-by tho , doctrines of  Gibbon Wakefield and had all thu resources of officialdom behind it, for  Gladstone was then (lu the Ministry  of Sir Itobert Peel. It was he who  drew up its constitution to the minutest detail and otherwise provided  for its political framework: But  British colonies are not to be developed' in this way, and so the Gladstone settlement languished. 'J he only evidence that it ever existed is the  little town of Gladstone on the Gulf  of  Carpentaria. ,  War*  ot tbe  Irlab Jarvey.  A good story,  which  illustrates the  absolute genius' with which an Irish  jarvey extracts  money, from  his victims, is told in an English journal.   A  commercial traveler wanted to take a  side car in Belfast and, aware of tlie ^  rapacity'of the average jarvey, insisted"  on knowing the exact fare before getting on the car.    The following dialogue ensued:  Commercial   Traveler ��� What's , the  fare to C .jarvey?  Jarvey���Ach,   that's   alrolght,   sorr.  Just get on.  Commercial   Traveler ��� Now,   look  here, what's the fare to C ?      ,   :  Jarvey���Shure, it's alrolght, sorr.  Just jump up.  Commercial'', Traveler���I insist on  knowing the fare before I get on.  Jarvey���Bedadi sorr, I'm that hard  up I'll, drive you'for, nothing at 'all,  sorr. i j|'    ' ' i  Needless to say, .when, the commercial traveler finally,got to his destina-.  tion he was mulcted of an amount  .much larger than the legitimate fare,  an amount he had^to pay to save his  fjICOu '- , I   _���.���-���.���������~���-���        -I  Th��   Head   of   tbe   FnmtlT. '  "It has come-to my ears that you are  .calling me 'the governor,'"( said the  old man sternly.   "Aro you?"  "I might as well admit it," said tho  young man,contritely.      . '  "You ought,", continued the old gentleman, "you ought to' have' more respect'for your mother."- ',        ,   ' c  '.CAREFUL   MOTHERS  '" The little troubles that afflict children come without warning,', and the  careful mother should keep at hand a  medicine to' relieve and cure the ailments of .childhood. 'There is no  medicine does this , so , speedily ' and  thoroughly 'as'1 Baby's Own Tablets,  and the mother' knows this medicine  is safe, because,, it, is guaranteed to  contain no' opiate . or poisonous  soothing stuff. These Tablets cure  colic,' indigestion, ��� constipation, diarrhoea, " simple", 'fever, and' ��� teething  troubles. They break up -colds, prevent croup,' and,, bring natural sleep.  Mrs., Mary. Fair, Escott, Ont. says:  "I have 'used Baby's Own Tablets  with the 'very beet' results, and would  not he without ��� them-in the hous*."  Sold-by all medicine, dealers (or sent  by mail at 25 cents a box by writing  The oDr. Williams' Medicine Co.;  3rockville, Ont " ��� , ���      ---'  "Flourfax^ Fables]  Ihe Honest Flour Barrel  and the Farmer's Wife.!  Once upon a time an honest Hot!  barrel was sent out to a ��� farmer*  house, full of flour���the wise < wli  looked the barrel over carefully a2  then said to her husband: ���  "I don't think this is tho flour I  wanted���I don't see 'Royal Household  on" it."   i  , "No;     It  ain'.t  'Royal  Household'!  said 'the farmer,  ���but Ic is just as good  ���-for the grocer said so.  ���"when. I asked for 'Royal Hous|  hold' >he-recommended this kind sajf  ing it was just as .good, but didn't coj  as much, so I said I'd try if."   -  ,   "I wish',you, had done as I sald,-  'don't  think, much' of 'these 'just  good' .grocera any way���I  want  ti.  flour .that is purified by electricity fd  I -believe' it  is' healthier.    Hawevef  since we have got this, I suppose jH  might as-'-well ��� use  it,"  and she ha  the barrel rolled 4n'to the pantry aul  opened' up.    '    ,  "Looks pretty good," she sald���t  herself. -���'*,���''  , "Madam," spoke up' the Hone  Flour Barrel, "even'flour expeitscan'fi  tell about flour-just by looklug at ltj  Any flour, if there is no' other flou  to compare with' It, looks white ani  nice���but*if, yo'u bake <It Into breafl  and then hake 'Royal Household' ln|  to ,bread, you"can seerthe difference,!  ' "Now, the truth-about this .flour ii,|  It'ls'.made of cheap wheat,riin acheajj  mill ,by a cheap process. Flour thatf  is not'highly purified <contains a la  of stuff that isn't' flour and the prol  cess of taking all of It out is. expea-1  Sive���that's '. why ,' pure flour costil  more. ,'  " "Pure flour is worth all it costs and!  more. too. ',If you ,knew the , whoUl  truth about'flour,, you'd, send mebac>J  and get' 'Royal Household'."  "And''the Honest Flour .Barrel hav-i  ing said  its  say  subsided, but after?  tho first baking, hack went the barrel  to the grocer and "Royal Household"  Flour was sent in its stead.  ���now    the    Farmer's   Wile    use��1  "Royal Household" and nothing else  ���and the grocer don't sell the'just!  as good" flour any more.      , |  ���v Anv reader may have the Royal  Household" recipes free by sending  name and address to tho Ogllvlc ]  Flour Mills Co., Ltd., Montreal.  (  ��� KeeptiiR? Vv: Your   ConruKC.  There is 'first the belief that we are  well and' capable "of continuing so.  That is nothing more than faith in our  own human powers. It Is a faith that  every.-.self' respecting person1 should  have. Do not abuse the .'organs of the  body,' and' then there will be no necessity of thinking of them and wondering if they,are' working, all right By  dwelling ���too much''upon vsome, weakness ' we can always aggravate it  through nervous reaction This in some  ca'ses cah become'/sucli a..confirmed'  habit 'th'at'sei-ions-.troublcs wilj-be induced. There are.many patients in the  world today who "might be up and  ���around, enjoying good health, if they  but willed that-they 'should do so.  They are Invalids through lack of force  of character, for will makes character  of   one   sort "or   another.  REMARKABLE   PROGRESS  PrcacliPil on Victoria's Succession.  Canon Norgate, rector of Foxlcy,  Norfolk, is probably the only incumbent now living, says The Telegiaph,  who preached on the occasion of the  late Queen Victoria's succession to  the Crown.- The reverend gentleman  was Vicar of Bylaugh in 183(5, has  been rector of his present parish  since "1340, and attained the venerable ace of .12 years on Friday last,  on which day he conducted n funeral  service in an impressive manner and  with a clear \oicc both in the church  at  the graveside of a parishion-  A.  Victim  of  Smiill  Beer.  A correspondent sends to the London  Public Opinion the following quaint  epitaph on what is known as "Thetcher's ' Stone" at Winchester, England:  "In( memory of Thomas Thetcber, a  grenadier in tbe North regiment of  Hants militia, who died of violent  fever contracted by drinking small beer  when hot the 12th of May, 17(34, aged  twenty-six years. In grateful remembrance of .whose universal good will  toward his comrades this stone is placed here at their expense, asr a small  testimony of their regard and concern.  "Here sleeps In peace a Hampshire gren-  Whoaca.usht his  death by  drinking cold  small beer. ...  Soldiers, bo wise from his untimely ran  And when you're hot drink, strong or none  at all. , ;  "An honest soldier never Is forgot      _  Whether ho die by musket.or by pot.  The    Manufacturers ' Life    Insurance  Co. .During'1904  Surpassed  All  "   Its Previous ,Records.'  -   The  Manufacturers'Life  Insurance  Co    which publishes an another place  in this issue-a report, of'its progress  during 1904,1 certainly gives evidence  of a very healthy development.   Two  or three points, which .emphasize this  "fact;  such0 as  the   siuallness   of   its  Death Claims, the decrease ot its expense-ratios, and the''Increase in iw.j  Surplus to Policy-holders, are such a^  to recommend it,stroiigly to probable  Insurers.    ��� .' . ,   . '  The report this year makes mucliot  the fact that this is the close ot cho  tenth year under the present management Looking at the figures given  for the ten years we get some conception of the won'derful growth bein^  made iri our country, when ''* facial corporations can advance at wo  rate the Manufacturers Uio has done-  An'increase in ten years of V--u_l/!?.?_  in asstes is certainly no mean acconv  We   heartily   congtatmato ,  Life   on   such a;  plishment.  tho     Manufacturers  magnificent statement.  Secret   of'Admiration.  ' "I  have  a great admiration for tu�� j  Moors." declared .Miss Elderly.  ��i? think I cau tell  why,", from  hot  best chum.   "Their women never celc- j  brate a birthday aud make it a point ;  of honor not to tell their ages."  A  Little   Mixed.  ' Bessie, inspecting a new arrangement  of Nannie's hair, exclaimed: "Nannie,  you don't look like yourself with your.  hair that way. But" (admiringly) "you  look better when you don't look like  v'ourself than when you do."  fW-"  When millions of experienced housekeepers  hswe been usmg  Got Her Consent,  Oh, lovo your neighbor as your����lf���  A maxim that will do  To put in practice any day,  >    If she'll.allow you to.  : Do.For,a Substitute;  "Money does not bring happiness."  "No, but a man can get a fairly good  Imitation going to. look for it in a private car." ' ��� .,  Inherited Talent,  "Do you think.drawing comes natural  to him?" .        ..  "Well, his'father drew a pension for  years."'      ,'|"    ______   ���'   '  .  When She Is Wise,  A man may break a woman's heart  When she Is young and giddy.  But good for nothing: is.his art  When she becomes a "widdlo.*  Qualified Alike,  "Necessity knows no law."  I "Necessity must be like the lawyer I  hired to wiA the case ha didn't win."  One   Adilrcim   Kiionsrlt.  The clerk in the express oilice was  just about to toss the package back of  the counter when he noticed that it  was addressed on both sides. "It's  good I saw that. Charges might have  boon collected twice," he said. "That's  funny," remarked the shipper. 'T just  paid the charges, you know." "Yes,"  responded the elcrk, "and I marked it  paid, but the second address might  have caused them to collect at the  other end. Yon see, I checked it off  paid on one side., but when it reaches  the other office it might be that the  nrepaid mark would be on the bottom.  That would bring the other address  no cheek mark there,  would   mark   it  and.  seeing  up.  the   receiving   othee  ed/lfcct mid Hie party to whom i;c was  -dtiressotl would 'pay the second express charges."' "And I thought I waH  dohi"-something- to expedite matters  in 'putting the" address.on-both sides,"  ijommented  the   shipper.  for vears for their every requirement, why 1  should not yo^u use it? Try it next wash day.  and if you do not find it better than any other  Koao vou have ever used, your grocer will  refund your money. Sunlight Soap washes  eaua-lly well with ha.rd or soft water-  No scrubbing, no boiling.  Lover Brothers Limited  Toronto  150-foot roll, 4 foot high...  '150-foot'roll, 5 foet Ulgrh...  150-foot roll, 0 feot high...  .84.75  .. 6.50  .. 6.50  For poultry and garden.    Better than old style^  Of 11��^ foalor or'u^ Freight paid.  THE  PAGE WIRE FENCE OO. LIMITED ���   "*  WalkervUle,        Montreal.       Toronto.       Winnipeg.       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.  NO. 22.
E. j. McMillan
twenty years of age, he blossomed out
as a proprietor of his own paper.
He was born at Cedar Grove, near
Markham. Ont., in September, '78, and
when at the age of four was brought
to the West, his parents settling at
Melbourne, on the main line of the C.
P. R. Melbourne at that time had ambitions. It hoped to be, if not as big
as Winnipeg, at least the rival of
Portage la Prairie. Its dreams of civic
greatness never came within measurable distance of fulfilment. It,never
passed the way-station phase of development. Today it has an elevator
or two, a post office,, and a watertank,
and it is doubtful if ever it will have:
more./ But in the early eighties Melbourne, as said before, had, ambitions.
It was the nucleus of the present town
of Carberry. The town moved,on, af-
,ter a   brief   and   strenuous   nativity,
E. 'J.   MCMILLAN ""  , ,-
Editor and Proprietor of the Treherne
'*   ,    Times..    -'   -'        '-' u
I.-   One ot the peculiarities of Western
I "Canadian journalism is the fact that
towns—as they are by courtesy called
in a country as yet 'sparsely populat
hundred or two people, publish "good
newspaDers.   'To   one   whose   knowledge orf newspaper work is derived
'from" acquaintance   with    British   or
even Eastern cities, no fact is more
notable or remarkable than this. ..In
' 4ose   older    communities, ia    dense
'  population is a".sine quo'non for any
jiWisiiing enterprise. " A man .would
le considered ill-advised and rash in-
-i Seed who ■ undertook'^to   establish   a
- paper in any place the population of
'itfilcb eoukl   be Represented  by-less
■iitan four figures.    To start a .paper
in a little village,ot two-pr three hun-
" -dred tos to merely invite'contingent
aud certain financial disaster, and^-to
"   jeojatdise any reputation for, business
sagaRityttie, promoter might heretofore
'■^repossessed, but to forfeit ,all sympathy irien    the'   inevitable    failure
'cM7f.'<since, .among all' who. had any,
."pretensions- to knowledge, the failure
TOuld be the certain,reward of business folly9 in starting ,a  venture   in
>  Tlich  sucqess, was  impossible'..'   But
iTestern , Canada 'is   proverbially' a
'"country .where all signs fall.  It ,is not
safe to predicate with certainty that
because   a   thing   has   failed    everywhere, else it will therefore pf necessity fail in the West.  Indeed, it would
sometimes' seem that the. exact com
verse is the case.    From' methods of
farming  to   methods  of   tishing    the
Vest is a law unto itself, and what
is true in many other lines of activity-
is eqimllv true in the newspaper business.   The Canadian West can point
to many examples of successful   and
flonrishing    newspapers,    which   give
good livings to their, publishers, which
■ Tield considerable influence! and that
not alone in their immediate locality,
vhich  are    conducted    with    marked
. ability,  and  which  are   published  in
prosperous   little   towns   and   villages
o( less than    three    hundred population.  And, ot this numerous class of
country papers,  few are  more  representative and successful -than the Treherne Times, and few better  known
than its founder, publisher, editor and
Proprietor, Mi;. Krnest J. McMillan.   "
Mir.   McMillan   comes    of  .a    well-
known family. ' Every knight o'  the
besom-ac.'   stane   in   the ■ Dominion
knows, by repute at least, his father,
YVilliiim   McMillan.    Under   his- pen-
, name of "Hayseed" his curling songs
have been quoted and sung wherever
the cry of "soop 'cr up!" is sounded,
whether on the indoor rinks of Canada or the ice-covered   loch   of   the
Land o' Cakes.   And his sketches and
comments  ou  current  events,   tinged
*lth shK-wd sense, panky humor and
homely   philosophy,   are   remembered
•c't h\ many Westerners, who regret
that foi some few years thoy have been
Jiscimimucd.   While   Mr.   McMillan's
father is a well  known and 'outstanding fiuiirc,   bis   brothers    are    almost
s-'Ui'llU s-o, though in different phases
ol fieiivjty.   A  sketch   of his  brother
Adam 1ms   already  appeared   in   this
serin.;.    no Vjf£VS t"nou  Uie ociit ov and
Woiirutor of the Virden Advance, and
before iming into journalism had had
8 distinguished professional and military onroer, ho and his brother scrv-
*"«   with    such'' distinction    through
.■w(i South African war  as  to be  regarded with'commissions'.' "...    ■'..■
The editor oft the Treherne Times
■"^ had  n6 such vrecord.    It  is  not.
', Siven to every'member of a family to
°* famous, and perhaps the fact that
J'8 fatherland his elder brothers were
to_a certain extent '"under the lime-
mil" militated somewhat against
Ernest, if, i indeed he had any . ambi-
^°ns in that direction. Some one has
™d that those lives are happiest in
,Vn'ch there  is   tho  least   to   record.
TVTii0<1 1,y this standard, Mr. Mc-
1"'ton's has been a fortunate career.
'\" the landmarks of  his  past  have
v«ni eqnnectcd with business changes
Tr\ (,rivelppments. "All, ■ that is, cx-
• pt (me—bis   marriage,   which   took
JV'><-o early last November, the fortu-
'■'lTe lady being Miss Annie O. Buch-
fr  "' nlso of  Treherne.      But., apart
iM(-vni-thls   epoch-marking   event.   Mr.
ofi'.i: llas Pursued tho even tenor
p. ', WW. moving hither and, thither.
b* "ung   experience,   until,   when  but|
The thousands of people who
write to me, saying that
The Lung
cured them of chronic cough«,
1 .cannot all be mistaken.   There
must be some truth in it.
Try a bottle tor that cough of yonrt.
Prices: . - . S. C. Weixs & Co. »10
<25c. 50c. $1.   LeRoy, N.Y., Toronto. Can.
f^!S>?-7»-j y
Misa   Cattle, „of   "Morpeth,"   Suffered
Terribly   Until   Permanently   Restored Through That, Greatest
of Tonics, (  tf
(£R0NQUNCE8 Sl-K£U*)
some miles west, and called'itself De
Winton'.    After    another    period   'of
strenuosity  De  Winton   did  as   Melbourne—it.died.    The< citizens moved
on and. founded Carberry,. and, overshadowed' by ' its   prosperous   successor,  Melbourne0 ha'sr, ever, since  been
an example of, arrested development.
"   .The -.McMillans', 'moved ^with   the
town,'and, naturally, in due time, became'citizens'of Carberry.    Here the
future- editor., attended ' school,   and,
school days over, started  "devilling-',
infthe' office of, the  Carberry 'News.'
Mr.,W.  G.. Rogers was at thatistime
the   editor,   and- gave   the, youngster
much of kindly advice 'and encouragement.   All, accounts  agree  that   Mr.
McMillan was" wonderfully   adept at
the craft of printing.    No further testimony as'to.,this Is.needed but the
'fact that at the 'age of" fifteen he was
made foreman of the News.    After a
year of this responsibility he left for
Winnipeg.     He- worked   on   the   old
"Saturday Night,"  then published by
Mclntyre Bros,, and'from' there, went
to1 the news room of the Free Pre«s.
In 1S>9G he went to Neepawa   for   a"'
summer, ' and    then,   came   hack   to
Carberry,   working- for   a- while   on
the" Carberry "Express.... In   a   little
while   he /went    back 'to    the    Carberry News, the paper he had joined
after'   leaving    school.   It   was   then
owned by Mr. -J. Ridington, and was
Regarded as one of the foremost weeklies of' Manitoba.   Under Mr.  McMillan's   superintendence', the   News   became, typographically, one of the,best
papers published, inthe West.   It was
while-he. was foreman on. the News
that Mr. "McMillan began to qualify for
'editorial"work,-at which he proved1 as
adept as he, had in.'the mechanical departments, of the'newspaper business.
"   In' September,, 1S99, he  determined
to start; for^himself^ and he selected
Treherne as the ceuCre of .his field of
operations.. He was then but 20 years
of .age. 'These were the'days of small
things. But the business had in it possibilities,; and  these . the   boy   editor
saw.   -The business grew.   .Increases
to' the plant drove Mr: McMillan to a
bigger and better building. The Times
is; now  housed  in  its  own  2%-story
home,   20x37,  the   office, being .below
and the residence above. It has a good
range of body and display type, large
power presses   (with'engine to  drive
them), and a live circulation of over
800.   Moreover, it is a power in  the
land.  It discusses things -from a local
point of view, takes keen interest in
munieiiial topics, and never lets  slip
an item of news.  The Times is a live
paper.    Mr.   McMillan  is  no   "scissor
and  paste  pot"  editor,  hut one  who
realizes that his opportunities an (Irresponsibilities, . and   does    his    honest
best to' live up to them.    ,
Mechanically, he is master of his
craft. ' He has the genuine instinct
as to what constitutes news, and five
years o(a training has deycloped his
inherited gifts for expressing his
thoughts tersely and vigorously. He
is as yet young,, and has proved his
ability to achieve- success on the business side of newspaper work. It
seems unreasonable, therefore,, to expect that Mr. McMillan will long continue to personally conduct the Treherne .-Times. The probabilities are
that that, bright little paper will be
at some future time disposed of. and
that its founder will move into a larger field, .there to duplicate the success he has already made.
■writes as "follows of Dr. Slocum's
Great Nerve Tonic:—
- "Soma 'six years ago I. took PST-
CHINE for-a condition of physical,exhaustion. For weeks I lay In bed with
eheer weakness and troubles common
to my sex. How I envied those who
e?)Joyed eood health whll« I lay there.
Through the 'advice of a friend, who
had also used Psychine with good- results, I determined to" us<- It, and after .uslnff 'Psychine for two weeks T
became strong erfough to be about, and
eventually restored with this wonderful
remedy." Psychine Is for. sale by all
druggists at JI per bottle. For 'further i advice, Information, 'write or call
Dr.' Slocum, Limited, 179' King street
"West, Toronto,  Ont:>
. *   ".    TRIAL BOTTLE FREE'
1 be most valuable' sword in Britain,
is one that 'was presented to Lord
Wolseley., The hilt is set with brilliants, and, it'is valued at $10,000.'
Some time ago-1 had a "bad attack
of Quinzy,,^whlch'laid me up for'two
weeks and cost a''lot of money.
Finding the, lump again terming in
my threat', I bathed freely with'VMIN-
ARD'S LINIMENT, and saturating a'
cloth with-the liniment left it on all
night. ' ,
,,Next morning the swelling was gone
and I attribute the warding off - of
an attack of Qulnzy to the free use
G. F. .WORDEN..."
,   St.  John'.
Every -reader of this paper should
grow flowers of"some kind' this season. .There is more' real enjoyment
and' expectation1- in growing them
from seed than any othen'way. 'Don't
be afraid of blunders—they' are the
forerunners of great ■ discoveries,
sometimes.   '
" ■ '    „,     ' ! i   _      >
Known fo Thounnnil.s.—Parmalee's
Vegetable Pills regulate the action of
the 'secretions,, purify -the blood and
keep,, tho stomach ' and 'boweis freen
fr,om deleterious matter.. Taken according" to directions they will overcome dyspepsia, 'eradicate' biliousness,
and leave the digeetive,',organ.s healthy
and strong to perform their functions.
Their merits are well known to thousands who ' know by experience how
beneficial, they are In giving tone to
to the system. ,
Miaard's Liniment Csrti %ug «f in Cews.
An old negro in .Louisiana was ,ill
and' called h\ a doctor. He did not
get any .better, andL another doctor
was sont for. He felt the pulse for a
moment, and then looked at the
tongue. "Did th doctorHake your temperature?" he asked. "I don't know,
sah. I hain't missed anything but my
watch as yit,  boss." ■
inarms,Liniant temWitm&s,
, The other day a man with his milk-
cart went to the gate,of a paper mill
noted for its "cream"-laid paper, and
asked to see the manager. , Being told
that he was from ho'me, he was asked
if it was anything particular he wanted to know. "Not much," -ho replied,
"but r.hear that you make cream-laid
paper, and I thocht ye wid require
soor milk for the coorser kinds."
Dr. J. D. Kellogg's Dysentery Cordial is prepared from drugs known to
the profession as thoroughly reliable
for the cure of cholera, dysentery,
diarrhoea, griping pains and summer
complaints. It has been used successfully by medical practltioner-s for u
number of years with gratifying results. If, suffering from any summer
complaints it Is just the medicine that
will cure you. Try a bottle. It sells
for  25  cents  .
rish it;
live on.
your hair; nou
give it something
Then it .will' stop falling, and
will grow /.long and heavy,
Ayer's Hair Vigor is the only
hair food you can buy. For 60
years it has been doing just
what we claim it will do. It
will not disappoint you.
"Myhn.tr m*d io b» T«ry ihort. Bnt »tt«
Mlnir Ay»r'a Hair VlRor a ahort tim« It l»ipui
t* craw, and now it la fourteen tnch»a lode.
Thla aaetna a iplondld remit to in* utter l-sue
»lmoat without any batr."
Hat. J. U. yu-EB, Colorado Springs, Col*.
i for
Ynliml-le   (Jaccn   noes.
Just as thcie aie valuable strains in
horses, cat lie and oilier stock, so there
are varieties; of qimen bees which aro
worth many hundred times their
weight, in gn'.d. The most valuable
strain is the Italian, nnd many Italian
bee farmeri- demand and revolve without question prues i-.incing from !?riO
to, $'_'U0 for a sintrio queen bee of a
certain kind. Siu-h boos are sent all
over the world. The owner of a ben
farm near Ottawa, Canada, goes' to
Europe lumunlly and brings back with
him bees of an aggregate value of
thousands , of dollars. He is enabled
through the agency' of an Italian-firm
to effect an insurance upon the most
valuable of his queens.
jri.OO a bottle.
All drtitirliita.
t. O. JLYXR OO.,
Lowell.   Mm. |
Short Hair
Internally   All   Iticlit.
A country sexton in England oin-
ciatetiat a funeral clad ina.red waistcoat At the conclusion of the obsequies the vicar gently remonstrated
with the old gravediggcr, saying: "Robert, you should not wear a red waistcoat at a funeral. You hurt the feelings of the mourners." Robert replied,
placing his hand on his breast, "\Vell,
what does it matter, sir, so long as tho
uoiirt is black?" •    ,'
\AS  IM   UNo 521
In planning for your flowers for the
coming summer do not forget a quantity of sweet-faced' pansies, a bed ol
fragrant sweet peas, and a great mass
ot brilliant nasturtiums, for there is
nothing prettier for house and table
ISift&ri'iLiaiinnt Cera S^ftete]
"Not Simply Passably Good."
But Incomparably the Best.
The Double Daisies grow quite easily from seed and aire a source of
much joy. They may be planted In
boxes and then transplanted to the
lawn or flower garden.
$100 Reward, $100.
The reader of this paper will be p'eased t«
learn that there ia at least' one dreaded diooMe
that science hai been able to euro In all ika
ltae»3. aud that Is Cntarrh. Hall'f Catarrh
Cure i» the only ponitlve cure now lenow to tl>»
medical fraternity. Catarrn being a.conitltat-
lonul disease, requires a constitutional treat*
ment,. Hall's Catarrh cure Ie taken internal.
W,'nctlnff directly vipon the blood and mucooi
aurfaeei of_the lystem, thorby destroying' the
foundation cfcthe disease, and (rlvlns the pat.
lent ttranrth by building up the coujtituilon
and tfsi&tlnE nature'in doing Ui work. The
proprietor' have io much faith In iU onratire
powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars
for any oaee that It fails to cure. Send- for list
Of testimonials. _
Address 7. J- CHENEY, Toledo, Ohio.
Bold br all Druggists, 75c.
< Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation
Ceytori   Tea.     Black,   Mixed    or   Natural    Green.
Sold Only In Sealed Lead Packets.    By all Grocers.
An invasion of mice is .reported
from all parts of South Australia, owing, it is said, to the largo quantities
of wheat left on the ground during
the, recent unfavorable harvest weather. '
They Ailvci-tlHe TIicuinoIvcn—Immediately they were offered to the public
Parmalee's Vegetable Pills became
popular ' b'ccauseL,s of tho good report,
they made'for themselves.-That reputation lias' grown, and they now rank
uinongr , the first medicines for, use in
attacks of dyspepsia and biliousnos-s,
complaints of the liver and kidneys,
rheumaUsm, fever and ague, and' tho
innumerable - complications to .which
these 'ailments  give  rise.
• The Brooklyn:, bridge has 135 feet
of clear -headway" .under the centre of
the bridge at high water. Tho towers
extend 27S feet above high water.
Mistri'i Ltaiaust Cms C»Mt, itt,
- The rhen .that proves herself to be
an exceptionally good layer and mother- should be k«p£ as long as^ possible. ,The active life' of a hen.is about
two years, but with the proper care
she can be kept '' much longer for
breeding purposes.    ^ i
A favorite design for lanterns' used
in the processions' to celebrate the
Japanese victories ) are some having
on their four sides the Rising Sun,
the Union .lack, the Italian flag,., and
the Stars and' Stripes.''
' No other workir-gman's' shirt
is made,so big,or comfortable or
so strongly ai ,the H.B.K. Big
Shirt     '        '     o,    "'
• Not a skimped, factory-made,''
cheap shirt but a shirt made of
honest  material "and' lots' of- it.
"As big. and. easy fitting as the
. ones your mother used to make
, with three yards and a half of;
goods.^  Every H.B.K.lBig Shirt
has three and a half to three and,,
three quarter yards of material..
Ample room. under the armpits, broad and spacious on the^
shoulders, full and long bodied,'
i i.
big sleeves, an easy wearing shirt
and a long wearing shirt:'
Every shirt is branded with
this brand and guaranteed by
the makers.
'It   Lays   a . Sttlllnj-;   Kiind   on ;Pnin	
For pains in the joints and limbs and
for rheumatic pains, • neuralgia ,and
lumbago, Dr. ..Thomas' Eclectric 'OH' Is
wlthout<"a peer. v"vVell rubbed.'in, the
skin absorbs it and .it quickly and permanently relieves the affected part.
Its value lies ih Its magic property
of "removing pain from the body and
fo'r   that' good 'quality  it  is "prized.'1-'
Divers in the British -navy, before
being passed as'proficient in the craft
have to be able,to work in 12 fathoms
of water for'an hour and 20 fathoms
for a quarter of an hour!        ....
JSVash greasy dishes, pots or pahs \vith
Lever's Dry Soap a powde'r. It will re-
'nove the grease with the greatest ease. 3£
-A public, subscription has-; -been
started in Holland toward , repairing
the ruined cottage at Zaandam,' in
which the , Czar'Peter the' Great lived
j while he was working,tas a navvy in
I"the docks.1*', ■
If yon intend plaiitinK any tre«s, fruits,
shrubs, etc., order at once, Nnrsery stocks
cannot bo icploniahed liko dry Roods or groc-
erii-s;.. First orders net choice of stock. Write
for our ciitalopmo of apples, crabs, plums, small
fruits, ornamental trees,, otc. that will grow
in Mauitohn and tho Torritories,
TESTIMONIAL fro-» the late SIR BAM-
TJEL BAKER;  the famous WU» JEAloref. '
"Newton Abbot,, Devon. Dear Sllrsv-i
have'J delayed my thanks as I. wished X*
test the effect of Bl air: s,. Pills Isy a setSi
ci.nt Interval of time.       > , <
"For ten yet.rs I had suffered avcutetv
from Gout and life had" lost t its ftttraJk
tion owing: to the uncertainty ef hetUW
and sudden visitations of the en«s»'
which prostrated me for months, or w«-MA
according- to  the1 virulence  of the attack*,
"Blair!. Pills have rendered'me ImmasM
service, as I "no ' longer Lfear an attsete
of  Oout.                                     ' .      .
' "For the last,twenty snonths I tas-re;
been comparatively Iras, as, one, orlvi
attempted visitations bave^been lsame**.
lately stamped out. by tb»~aml»tance M
Blair's  Pills.    .'  •
"Truly yours .(Slrned) Sarnl, IT. Baker,
,, Lyman Sons, k Go:, Jttontreal, and' T»fc
onto;  The Bole Drug   Co.,   Winnipeg-;,aatd
Lyman Sons, k do:, JKontreal, and' T»e
vto;  The Bole Drug   Co.,   Winnipeg-;
Martin, Bale k Wynne Oe^ WlaBip«-g,
Superfluous Hair
6  Removeid'by.tho New Principle,
• ' l)a 9Hiracf q, „
Electrolysis, X-ray or depilatories! are
offered you on- the bo.ro word of the)
operators o n d manufacturers. , D E
MIRACLE is nob. It is the only method
■which ia indorsed by, physicians, surgeons, dermatologists,'medical journals
and prominent magazine's. , liooklob will
will be "sent free, in' plain, sealed
envelope.      _ . ' x     .
Your money back without question if
it fails to do all that ia claimed'for it.
DE MIRACLE' mailed, sealed in
plain,wrapper, on receipt of SI. Write
for itf to-day to'DE MIRACLE CHEMICAL 00., 23 .Quick* Strext West,
ToBONTO^or . , - , > - , '
• the ,    ©BlWraQftH'COMPArcr "
,   ROBERT ©irMtrWWW UiMlTEO'  '
If it is a; Question of Warmth use
It Retains Heat  and Keep* out'Cold.
Writ*  for   Sample* .akd Prices. , ,
TEES & PERSSE,  Limited., Agents. Winnipeg.
.Montreal   .    Dawson        Winnipeg,
Why not stop this falling o? your hair? At this rate you will soon \
be without any hair'   Just remember that Hall's Hair Renewerl
H stops falling hair, and makes hair grow.     u^,^?^~rco7SLE "
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U.K. '
That   there   is   no   better
company    in   which   to   place   your Life   Insurance
f^OF"^wO"T,OFitE:F2:3    L.SFE
is clearly shown by the following comparison:
Dec. 31, 1S9<     Dec. 31, 190*
Insurance ia Forco $9,555,300    $37,G6S-4G3
Policies issued during the year ..... .  ............  2,710,755
".'■;,     Policy Kesei-vcs ..........'....;,... .  ..  ......■' 028,429
.;,; ".!.';■ Assets; .,.,:... ..... ..,..:.:...'.:. -..;,.,:;:■:- '■'..'. '.•■.'■.■.',.._. ... ;.;,'■ S2,l,320
Incomo . ......... ,. .   ..   ....,...'....  ......    ....     296,4.-08
^^-   SURPLUS (not including Capital Stock)   ..   ...    .'.,'."     50,309
The teu years during wliicli these, increases have taken place   cover the period of
the.present management of the Company.    Certainly ,such magnificent success
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IF'cssi-fcfl'vo F=|>r,c>ii«3C5-t;ioir»        to        Polioy     - WoscSesr-s.,
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Siriy  G.T.lloii'  ��� , and M. :,;���!  ��� will 'rem ���'  '���Herald a ?  .���Cranbi','  People i: ���  on learuil'  ' go tne-uc!  'died peo]sa  Milan' live.j  1 J.OOC pec'  Chicago i)(  ' scarcely .,  of these  from a ct '  by tho lit  Cough P  hod e\er. '  have    w.  f  u:ie of lb'  an instan  cautiot b!  Uiu'3 Co  for colda  it cured  severe cc  when fain'  monia.,'  York.    &  EPT<  SATURDAY, MARCH 11, I0U5.  ,  "'     T~"~       '-   ' ,  Spokane'fe "population id now 73,855,  'an.ifiCreiioe of S,5S5 in one year.  It is understood that tliere  will  bo  very   few , candidates  at  the coming  'contest for tbe election 'of a' successor  'to the Grand Duke Sergias.  Many seem to be of the opioiou  'that even Ui'bugb, tbe eight -hodr  'smelter bill wais defeated, the measure  is by "no means.a dead issue.. Smelter  owners will do well to read the handwriting on the wall and be prepared  "for what is coming. ,  We have afino line of Souvenir Writing Tablets and ' Postal Cards  jivt in. Tablets containing live different views of .Moyie; 25 cent?, 35  cen I j-and 50 cents each. 'Postal, cards "at ."; cents artel),'.six for 25  cents, with six different views. A very ling line for sending your  friends.   'Call and t.ee 'them. , ���  P. O. Drug and Stationery Store,"  W. X ATCHISON?  '���^Prescriptions carefully'pi epared.    ��  Meets every Monday evening in their  hall on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellov-'s cordially invited,  Sr  (1   c  FOOTK,     '  Noble Grand.  F. J, ftMY'XH,  Secr'y.  (Ji  _rU,  ^  {  '"��!?��B?B  PfiOPEIETOEr  ��� Tbe^reacher'-svaa- innocent in it;  ' and did not intend, to cast i any reflection on ,the choir, when one day  ;nost of the singers had bad colds and  the seats 'were empty lie ' selected a  hymn , ho, thought the' .entire  congregation "could sing and said-:  "Since Providence has seen ,fit to  afflict the'choir with bad colds, let us  all join in singing; 'Praise dod From  Wliom . All ' Blessings Flow'." Most  of the choir were &o mad they talked  cf resigning.���Ex, > ���.   '  ' i- CliaroU Borvieog. ^   (  'I 'Pi?.ii3BYTEiUiViT-~ln the  Oddfellows  Hall.    Sunday School at 3 p, m/ Evening    service   at  7 :30. <  '   Everyono v/elcome. ���'/  C. McDlAKMID- Pastor  Mtsthodisx-���Sunday School.at 3 p.  in... Evening service at 7:30 o'clock.  Everyone welcome.  ,   'LEWIS -THOMAS; Pastor.  *"& r s- . : ~       f i  '   A Cliicugo jVldorman Oxvcfl Ills Bloc-  tion to Cliamborlalu's Oougli  ���      ' u . ,          '     Keraodyr        '    ,  ,  "I can heartily and  conscientiously  recommend     Chamberlain's ' ��� Cough  ���Bemedy for affections of tho throat and  kings,'' says Hon. John,��honick/ 220  ' So. Peoria St.,  Chicago.   "Two  years  ago during   a   political,,, campaign,   I  oong.'it cold .afte.r; bcieg,   overheated,  ,,vhicf: :rf:��.r.ted r.iy  throat and0'!-Was  fioilly ccirpe'Joci tc clop,  as  I  could  not opeuk aloud.    Ic cy  extremity a  ffiend advised me   to   use   Chamberlain's   Cough   Remedy.   I   tooli  tivo  doges that afternoon and could not believe my senses when I found tlio next  ir.oi-ning the Inilainrnaticn had largely  .subsided.    1  took  oeveral  doses  that  diy, kept right on i-lkits- thfo'igK the  campaign, end J thank this   iliediciin-i  thn.tlivonnyse.it   in   the   Council,1'  This remedy ia for sale by W. J. Atchison.    'CANCELLATION OF ItESEEVE.  " ��� w J   if / /  j /O    /,    r r,---),-;  ,"   '"too many glasses  r,  are, furnislicd by intin'erant^ peddlers  who cannot make an n'ecuralp test o,  the eyed and whose stock iu so limited  that'only iu few cases can they supply  lens at all suitable.'*      �� v        c' >  ,.The result ia that tbe glasses aro the  cause'of much eye trouble instead of a  cure for it. <       =  EYE TESTS    -    '  i  are made here with scientific instruments, and we arc able to supply any  lens required. ,   -   l i '  ;' \   W* F. TATE,- ,.  Graduate Optician,      CBANRBOOK.  The vtdespread popularity of STEVENS JUFLES  PISTOLS anil SIfO^CU^��  peifection emboilled li our "'  armatrnndeiJ "s I'EVCM:  iiliereior tliera l�� IlunUiiiT,  rl,lukJ ��������� y.^.^w'SS cmphoiirij's the decree of  neifection embodied 11 our slcrlirn. mate. Vou ��IU f.iK  StraSded '����� rnVCSb" otallTtlWU. RANCBS and  'IT'S -_-   iTSiurialeiiUosijlncf GUAliAN riiCO TOR  ITY ond famc-us ftr all ewential fur-ami prorer  STE,,V C N S- fl  ��des.        |  Our X.lne .  Rifles, from $3.00 to  Pistols, from���v 2.50 Jo  Shotsuna, from. 7.50   to  $150,  50  35  Ask your dealer.and Insist  on our goods. If jou cnfi-  not obtain than,let mlnow  and * III s'.ilpilir(!i.t,exjiiess  piepnid, ^;wn MCelrt ef  ������(-���^^  A&SATfiBi  NELSOK,  ���&.  b: o  tavsstsxrtr KrxWTatt&x icmzxz  SQt., Jd&epli'S'. Convents  ,NEljf301JjB."C.^  jrfoarding and Day School  conduct-'  ed by, the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelson  B.. C. , Commercial , and business  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift progress characteaize each department. Parents should write for  particulars. One month assures tbe  public, pf the thoroughness of the  Sisters''methods of teaching. Terms  commence January, April and Sept',  i'upils are ailuiiHed duriui; foriT>  Dos'T I'j.ii. lo non.l for  Ulustrati-il ranloi;. It Is a _  boolc of rciily Kleroacii, j  and oi),��al�� to all loicw i  Imcrostcd In tho eraad S  siMt of itf/ftm,^ Mailed  fL-r 4 tents In ttimiia to pay  I ill r-i-.IE MAhK villi ojrKSI-M- l'f2��5Lr.! ��� Tills  iim-.- neielty r-W I>o nCllod FSKH upon rcTin.t. ,  i J. 3TEVEN3 AltMS ��D TOOL CO.  ' ���',,        ,     i vTo: box 4091      '  Crliccpr.e n-   FAtLS, MASSJ, U. S. A  BT.V  Moyie �� Miners'   Union  Wo. 71   W. F, of M.      ",  Meets in McGregor hall every, Saturday evening. Sojourning members  are cordially invited to attend.'   '  ��sJ>JPtj  Os  .^-r*"->��.-r^.a��c^77r ~trt��T'-*,i'*       iTJ*Tr*MT-'*iT^ir  <TTt   nnpniWsTafs "T^n *��T3�� 'flia�� i"MTai i��m�� i"~   m  ���^���s-S?5^ Nak--��i��v->��-.->as-^-N--. -^-^"^aiw^S^^sSaSWg:^?  Saw, Planing and Lath Mills.       ,  ;'^  As  John McDonald,  i i i  President.  R. Temby, "  Secretary  Moyie aerte no. 855  Meets, Every' Wednesday at  S P. Ml  "E. A. HILL,     '     J. -II. HAWKE.  I   Worthy Pres. [      , , Worthy Secr'y.  Harvey   &.   McOarter,1  i. ,.  Barristers,, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  Cranbrook, \ -   - . B. 0.  W. P. GUIlDi ,    -  '      -       ���" ���    ���' -'���-,  - BAKRISXJEir, SOtlOITOR, ^TC-  CRANBROOK. *       ���       B.C  'A   '  fa  k  & s- ' X  /i\   '      Manufacturer's,of and dealers in all kinds of Flooring, Ceiling,  fky  A\ Sidings Shiplap,'Common Boards, Dimension,^Finish and Laih. ^  jl\ Prompt attention, to wholesale and retail ordera,  H. CAMERON, Mgr.  ft  ���"E    hOTELV  P. F. lTOEJVSIOJV .    , ,  '���   -  *  & Thus Hotel is New and well Furnislied, The  <��        Tables aire Supplied with the Best the,  1     '-MarKet affords. The Bar is Filled with t  I      . the Best Brands of Liquors and Cigars. %���  $ "       c '.���'������ ' "' . ,  HEADQUARTERStFOR'i COMMERCIAL.  '  ' rA'ND MINING, MEN - ;   ',  n muxju.        -      -      --"   -'     - *    -;/      BuiMSK.ooiitjutiuA    :.  JIOYIB  as/Bam  Wholesale Wine,  1    and   Spirit] Mer-  "~- chant.        !  i,,   i - .      - -.��  , . .i  ���   '   -        , '  i>  Agent.for Calgary Brewing,Co.'s,  : Be^r, Ale'Md-Porter. '  ,     ' "'���' ,        '     *   \  T.'Label & Oo.'e '''   " ���   ,  -V  .     "..    .  ,Hay and Grain,  Schlitz  arti  Calglry  DRS: KING  & , MILES,  -. -   *  Will be in Moyie'11th of each'month.  Cranbrook,    :-.\    -tl, C.  George H.'Thbihpso'ii,  Bakristkk, SoLrciTOij, No-  . '" i1      tary Public, &a.  " ,    "   ir  CRANBROOK,   ,,<- British Columbia.  ^BUY YOUR  '. i'  E^ir-OLi-t sOimcL  a^yui.airfflfiyira^g'j^v^i^'im'*^ar��M  Foieign and   Domestic Wines, Liquors  and Cigaru.  F/  ��� rJOl'lCJ'3 ib Uoreuy t,i\.-r, thiil. tiiu robcivalion  Wablitliocl iiipursi'iiiio iu i>*. hovu-k'h-' of  tlio "Columbia ami WcMem li.illiray Subsuly  Act.lsw," nonces, of \>lnoU "*\cie publlslieil in  tho Britisli. Coluinbhi OajjKVi- ai.il uiitod Vtli  Stay 1336, aiidSKi Juuc, IWii, io:.iiuctuely, :uo  lioreb/cancelled.  Cro^n Ituds situated wnuluthe aie oiubruued  by thotiui rcJorvntlou w-U  bo  cpon   to  s.Uo,  settlement, lease uud other   disposition,  under  the provisions of the "1 i-uo Aec,"-throe mouths  ' after the date of the BuU-h   Coluinliia  Gn^ette^  provided, howo-'oi,' thai, ir hll cuses �� here ln.ii lb  are jo  -.old,   pieompted,   luiscd   in  other wiso  alioaatoflbv the Uavermuejit  t.ud  r.io  i-ubse-  iliiently found, Upon the 3UL\ej olliio   Coluta-  bm and \S Obteru Kailnay Comptuy's blocliL, lo  He wiioliy orinpai tiuthla oiioh.   blocks,  then  thepurbonssoaci-ulrlug   such --uiehasers,   prt��"  i 'oin.ptor.s, lebses, etc.,   on the tamo  terms   wld  jomlitloiis as> the Govornniunt ivould under tbe  'proMSiuus   of    the    "Laud Act,"     evjept    i-  respeci to timber landb on the Coinpuu.v'a wliiuU  ���jbc.ll be aub.icct to the regulations issued by the  Company relatneto the   cutliut'  oftluibei- on  the Ccunibla cud Wccteru Iluilnay Laud Grant.  VV. S. Gore,  Biiputy Coniuilrisicner ot Laudb & NYorlis.  .'.andsoud WcrJu-iDcpRrlmcnt, .    /  .,  Victor la', B.r<?��� ?-3td February. 1S05. ^c23  HEW BUSINESS  COMBINATION.  JOJTtr HUTOUrSON, "  A, Jt. BLACK.  W" b.ivfi.fountil :i partnerrbip for  the purv��/ou t,f i-.i.uy.iTij, i.u lujiiiies.s in  Fire, Lib- snM Act-kleiil Insurance;  Auctioneers and Slock Broker^,      ?  Any bu-uneps intrusted 'to us ->*i!l  receive prompt and   cmc-iul  attention  Hutchison & Black,  J? ~aati$>  FROM  ^A. B. Stewart & Co.  AGENTS  rOB , ���    SJ^  KOOTENAY   STEAM"   LAUNDRY.  li?;  i^i  And   B.itli" Room ti.  In fJi'L/KL liuildiiig.  ii'irn C Ia-i.i Wcrk. .  *��,L. 'i?i.-Ai'irXlJ>T  Leatk Block.  CRANBROOK.  -mi*-.?* *������-��� '!:���'��������  Oejb  L^kOsIci,  ihe Tort s  pay Distn  \Vhcr<- K  Lcko.  TAKE >  I,' C. NO,  Eiount(.in  ll.nei' >  h;.:n r.  di.vs from  tngKecor  for lhe pu  ^he above  And.fut  BoetlonST  Euaui-e of  Uated.tl  IK  rf<  t j,  Brick  *' ers%���^! ���  hotcice.  iVtice ie lioreb- (riven that thirty dcya attbr  'Vto'"e Intend to ap^ly to the Chief CommiB-  iiouc- of Lands' ruii ^c-rko for c. -s-pccia1  sUcence to cut ma carry awry Umber from the  following described.littds in ScutU Efit Koo"  -tenay, Britiah Columbia.��� '  ���- Commecciuct-trpoEt iOan:ed en tho ne--t  uldeofRtoyio 1.(1^,1*7 chains s: link: North  41 decreet. 31 Minutes Vest fiom the iTorth -ve��t  corns'-of I-ot'&Ol, Group 1, lCootenay Dirtncl,  theneo Weston   hiiicjcd lino -'C chains thence  Horth 160 clialnu. thence East "0 chains,   thence  BDuth 1G0 cbair-b to the r-laco of conmcnccment'  Dated this 2nd day of February. ISO"-.  MOYIE     L'JSIBEa   &    MILTING   COMPANY.  :'���������.     LIMITED."   .:-..,:,.^. ...,' '.  i'liMiMlia ihihiii !!���'��� .^���.Maaaaj.uH-LJlU('^*-^-'-l���"^=��  '���%A^IiO]& ^:DAYIS,   '  l; i.      '. ��� ......      ������    ���  '-V'.   ","  '.; V ���'.CHAJTSP-OOi':',,  .. ^-ickia'ycra and-brick ir.cnufactur--  c-T*-'fke? iniend putting a carload of.  b<*icl: in Movie ��� for irrtnlcdiAte- tis-e.  .{������" -e e<uiVi':i.��� ch'ur.ncyr;. c:vn oonv-  lii"micutc dirr-c't ov kuvc .orders lU-thiis  5,5^0-,    i'i c^k r;'-r.?/.������-.��� i."- 'jncwaUy  gheisi nielsbn;  (MOYIE.;  flcneral arjcit in  trilish  Cultiiiibia for:  LIQUID  JiiLEOTRlCITV,  MAGNETIC COMBS,  ASBESTOS LAMP WICKS.  For- fuiLhe:   particularo   legardmg  these goods cull on.oii -write, ���  PE-EST PHOTO COi  ALI  THE  J1Y   UP1NG  .���uJ Bii-ICERY.  RIeal6iserved lo Ovcler.   Bread lor Sale  Twolvo Loaves il  E.  T. HOWARD,'  FOR   l-ySIU   TAILORING   GO  TO  ji,  i'UU iL  MESGHANT , TAIL.02,.  Fine   Suiting^)    Overcoating  Troiisers,   Imported    Goods.'  MOYIEj  B.  C  In our big Tunnol.  'Mining Experts say it will grow'richor  and bet'ter.    Many large Gold Veins   ar*>   just   ahead  and  -   '   will Ijeciit in rapid succession.', ,We-own   ttie   200   acres  , -   . ' , SvtTHOUT'DEBT.  ', '      '  ��� ��     AT   GOLDFIEtiD,' ' .   . .  The camp of'Quick Fortunes.    We ' own , l,do acres, ;,with'  rich Gold   Strikes   all. around.    Gold   Veins   Discovered.  ,'JOIN NOV/ and'     ���< ^    ���  " '    .'  .      ,���  HELP US*DIG  Every Share of Golden Sun Stock gives  ownership in   the  ���      GoldfiolcUlOO acres   and   Colorado  200���total   300   acrea.  Dividends declaredon on .both w,ould be  TWO' DIVIDENDS.,FROM QBE INVESTMENT.  'g��5 Buys 1000 Shares  Sio buys 3,300 shares.   $90 buys (5,600 shares.    Full ��� paid;.  Non-assessable.      > '  ,  '      '   .       ���   BUY 'BEFORE THETRICE ADVANCES  ' C-  "     ... ,500 FEE, ";CENT  ORDER AT b��CE;, ,' ,,'.    .  ' " ; ' .'. ������        -.  .   ,  the Cheapest and. Best, with ocer in the mines and  cash in  :, the treasury.   If over-subscribed your money   will   be   re- ,.  ,     ." turned. .' '      ���'��       ��      - ''",��� '���'      ���  ,'-. , "     ,5  "    '' .- .'  J     . Higliest Commercial tind'Bank'Reforences.     fe   .    /  ,t v"','    '-Make all Remitences Payable to. , _  "   ' THE GOLDEN SUN MINING & MILDING   CO.   ",,.  ^biKiUreogy^Building-; :       -\     < > _'\ . Den yeV; Colo.  ' 'jsMti YOXT-E.jORDEBSf  TO #S  ,  For all kinds of (sheet metal. works iu-  ,clt:dini*      ,   .'-_,!     i ���" ���,.  .'     '  -     j      FURNACE  ,,,BLOWER  ITOCK  PO'l'S, etc.  all   line   of. "Mc-  S  best in tbe market.  PATlOKfi BROS.  ORANnaooK, -      m   , .B''��'  -THE-  iTI  [ DBSAULNIEK JBB03,    Provo.  Lar^e   siimple   room   in   connection  i.       ^  OlflTnilOC'I AUD  MOYIE  PROMPT   T.:'K-?  Seattie^ Tacoma  AND  ALTi  Pacific  Coast Points  ��� AUd  ALL   POINTS   IS AST  j Palace  and Tourist  Sleepers,   Buffet,  Library ears, Modern Day coaches  Dining   cars,      Meals  u ,La Carte.  - (  JBersiMeals _on,,Wheels  t'FaSt- Overland ||  For Tii&sts- -r.iii.3$, Fold era :��.:id-  "full ii-o-maii.ir.,-ciil.l on   ci;  ad-  ''drego ap.y Grriit iMort-bern Agent  or'writ's " _ ���  '  ('���    V'^'MC:^.'',      i'i, ;;KA'.':iD'iV  with house for commercial men,  of accommodations.  lieadtiuartera  for" Commercial and Mining Men.  Besi  QUEfiiV3  AVENUE,-  rerdstsn  MO"ZIE?  B.-C.  SO  t. V. LOWNEY; Protf.  every Convenience for Working Men.  South Victoria, St.  ..JSSXJ^r  WK01.BSALE AHJJ.RETAII.^  MEAT     MERCHANTS,  Fresh and Cured Meat3, Frs3h  Fish, Game an5 Poultry.' Wo  supply  only   the  best.     Your  trade solicited! , : .,  ���'   ;      .,.'   ; [ \ l^tA��lijs3*P3 :���, i . ���.   .    ��� .    ���  In' iiii:M�� ^W&w&l  Oitieg. -skiiciy , Towzwl J��-  BritiBia dbiuioibiij- ',  CRAAfiftOOK  fytixL feigars'  w   i.'.}U  Col:��J:-^     ���  - British OokunDift'r  x\  IMeelL SiioSfe  ,1 '���.  BARBii& siibP.  larecl'io'iery, FrnitsAllisaru.VTobaccoa,  Candics-  -Ci  v  KOTI>E!bcaUUSv,v,;!  701 \v  . .0. 1'. A J". A.,  . Rivi'-rsitlu    Av"'  s-nok    W  sV/Ai,J.-( '/  \ND SiJ?;!  i I-  jlli;-'  AllO.lfAlv'l r.cs  ���F.A^'C   U.Odl'UNAy.


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