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The Moyie Leader Mar 17, 1906

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 ��� -Ji^i-. sr-  ��'.  if  ;,-���-.  -,<���' < .s,v..-  -     v  -*? t  MOYIE; B.,C.,; ���SARCI-I 17.  l.)CK5  ,$2 A  YKATi  The Man wlio whispers down tlie well-  About the goods he has to sell-  Willneyer reap the golden dollars,     ;  tike he who climhs a tree and hollers.  EVERYBODY  IS IRISH  St. Patrick's Day  Is  Celebrated.  LOCAL  NEWS.  MO     '  At this season ol the year, what '.��_ nicer than fresh  vegetables? The price ie still a'littie- high, but >o  quality iii excellent. \Vo' roceivo a,,weekly Shipment  from Washington, tho freshest on the market.  BIG DARCBLiST"NIGHT  i     , . f ,!  Over- 150 J People Partici-  "pated.and All   :Were"  '    '  ' /Satisfied.    % <  down   to  Crau7  SOON BE  REMOVAL   NOTICE  The Office cf  ���:yi"  i TBE^ ;�� 4N ADI AN: ^ BlNK ^ ���< )0F;i; CO MMERCE  O ranbrook'ha's brenRcmUd, id tbYNEW BUILDING .North-East^  ,  '    co'riieXf'BnVer and CrLnbroiik'Streetfl.     >- ���     <,  ,"' .".* . .^. 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'"V;  *,, < *.       ���'   ' i     t     i ' . ^ '' I   i  ,    "        ( *"\ < *'*   ' ������> * _ 1 ' "    '  * ��� ��� ' *  "Life Occident or Firb^ a��uxe,a  ' ^  Uy Bbnd, to invest in stocks,,!, renter sell* property,-��  have   I  your>ooke andited, to have.your'accoun.s or. rents collected, write   I  f ��� I *>'- ,j J 1 i ���.*,- ���' I * k_ +��� ��� '- *-l  -I r      ' *������    i .       *��� * i     , c     ���>���.��  ,'     * ��s-j*      ���* -     r<   ,      *      '   I  '.This is St. Patrick's Day-���Jho daythat  is so dear' to every son and ' daughter  of,that'Millie green ,isle ,that ia over  the sea)' It is said that With all 'his  cosmopolitanism there ie no ono who  clings the land of Iris*, nativity or the  home (if iiis'forefathers with such loving tenderness as does ��� the' Irishman,  and hiB hand and . his poek'etbpok nre  ever open to the call '.for assistance of  hia beloved,Erin,   .        ,, .,,  A-And"it'i8 the excess bf^this trait' in  tbe Irish that demonstrates itselfc in  tbe celebration of-SU- Patrick's ,day,  when- tbe. heart of every Irishman  -whose soul, is not dead within'him,  swells wilh patriotism and overflows  with,, tenderness for lhe land of his  birth and forefathers.   * ---���     -.' ,  At the dance last night everybody,  was Irsh for lhe time being and ..wore  green regardless of his nationality. It  was a first class dance in every ,w.iy  and the,1 number who\ al (.ended was  probably ,lover (l50.v'Profs,( Wilson,  McCollum and Kuram were * at their  best "and their music suiteJ.the dancers  to ft ,��� nicety"/ ' At 'midnight a good  luachCwas" served"." There  will  bjy^  -;., , GOLDEN'WEST: SOAP'l  GOLDEN"WEST"SOAP- ,  .GOLDEH WESf - SOAP1 '  6BARS------EOR---:-25c  j. w; FITCH  Cv. tkt.iAzJ&-i��*  MOYIE'S    LEADING    HOTEL.  Hotel Kootenay   j  The best of accommodations ,        jj  for the Traveling  Public-       '  \  ���    - l  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. Billiard Booms.      ���-  .      McMAHON  BROS. Proprietors. |  BEE  Hats      Hats      Hats      Hats  Wo art now showing our spring stylos in bats, including the -Pan-tounst  which is all tho rage in Eastern fashion circles.   'Also all lb. latest colors and  .bacaj bv lhe leading English, American & Canadian makers. v  -HILL'S HATS ARE THE BEST.  E. A. HILL,  LEADING    SPIES' AND MEN'S    FURNISHER.  THE  7jr nyrxji-j^r -v*-**- *l* ��v- -xvsr*vsr *V* -V- ���*-/-* -v-  v-  Imperial Bank of Canada.  SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.  ��� ���.. '      mill! t *-��--aa*a*��t-a*-a-|llJlMrBWfl M.  fr  '     Deposits of $1.00 or upwards received,  '���;'.-'.' There is no  better  investment.than a  , Bank deposit. ,"...  Onco opened it grows whether added to or   not.  ������'.- Interest   allowed at' current   rates   and   com-  poui-ded twice a year.  CRANBROOK BRANCH. ''.  -J..-F. M   PINKHAMi,,'Manager.  3avings  substantial"surplus alter" all expenses  are paid!* This "will go to tbe Catholic  churcb!. ' Tbejollowing'was the committee in charge: Joliri'' Daly,-1 P. J.,  Bonner,'   J. Cannon, A. P. Macdonald,.  M. J. Bonner, P. J. McMabon and J. J  <"     ,    '     -   t.. *  Murphy,, !_>j__ **/ . ������ *   -  Amict��(l villi KheumatUm.  ,���'1 was,and 'am yet afflicted wilh  rheumatism," say* Mr. J. C". Bayde,  editor of tbe Herald, Aldington, Indian Territory /"but thanks to Chamberlain's Tain Balm am ' able once  more to attend to business, It U the  best of liniments," If troubled with  rheumatism give Pain Balm ft trial  and you are certain to be more than  pleased with the prompt relim' which  it "affords. One application relievos  the pain. For sale by the Moyie Dru?  <fc Stationery Co. ��      c  ,      ' NOTICE.  Sixty days ��.tter data 1 Intend to apply to tbo  Chlct Cominlsnionor ol LandB and Works for  permission to purchase the., following described  land in South East Kootcnay :���  Commencing at a post planted on the bank  of tho lloyie River 30 chains north of H. H.  Dlraock'B pre-emption, thcuco running east 40  chains, thence north SO chains, west 20 chains,  more or less, to the Moyie River, thenca down  the River lo the place of commencement.  G. A. Cl.Ol'lIIKlt.  Locator. '  15. C: ST, CLAlK,.Ag-out.  Dnted this, 20th day of Febrnury, 1006.  Chas. O'Neill is' in-- rtpokane.  p. J. McMachon was in .Nelson   tbe  first'of the week.    ^  Geo'. Powell, of gasoline  light  fame,  is in town.  Roy  Clothier   was  brook last Sundaj.  Tbe fishing season  does   not'open  until March'25th.  Erin Gi/Brougb flags for decoratinfc  at Hill's.' ,   ,    , . -  Mrs. Edward Lawlor  was  in Cranbrook-on a visit-tbi�� week.   ^  A f-.'on'-wae born to Mr. and Mrs.   N  U,P,roux in fpokane rec n 'y.  ; G.    A-   Clothier ' and  D.  A. A) r b  were In Craubrook Tlmrsday.    ,  H.'H. Dimock-and family moved ,tu  Eastport on the CoVliin line yesterday,  Mrs. F. J. McMTihou is home' from  lhe(boapiti.l, wlioie she has bt-en for  .some time, (#" ' ' . ' s  ' T be members of lhe local MetbodiHt  church held a very- successful social  in Eagle hall on' tbe ��t:,veuing ��� of' Uie  13ih. * ' ' * '      " s>, i '      -       ' "  -  ���^Miss Cameron was'.in Cranbrook tbe  first of ihe week-'visiting wuh Mis--  Dalsy Hillier. -   "   <.- - ' <"  ��� H. Cameron and,.f.arnily are now  occupying the Grant, bouse on south  Victoria street."   '  ", jTctT&rewry returned to Muyie from  the east Tuesday'and went, tOi Rbss-  land Thursday.   'v. '    ,  " Mrs. McCreedyiis here Jrom * Hill-  yard, Wa-hV visiting with her sister,  Mrs,'Mc Farlane'."'    ' ,'     ,.   ,  J.Fleis'iman was in town this week  looking after tbe Work preparatory' to  organizing a'K. of JIV lodge in- Moyie.  Judge Wilson is still reserving bis  decisions in tbo .Whitehead vs.  McBeath, end the Smith estaie vs.  St. Eugene cases,,. '        -   ... w C** J *        .  D.J. Elmer, local agent for the  Moyie'' townsite, reports'- considerable  Tctiyil*r^**"Teaues\ihe-<lat<3ly.   .,* '���'-"-  ii i *��        -*! "*���*���     .*. _     s,       (*'  MAIN LINt  GEO. E. KEITH COMPANY'S  v i  Walkover Shoes.  Increase   Traffic  Crow's Nest.  DUHiaBB T-ff- YAHCODYBB  F. E,'. Intends Extending  liD?* Westward "From  ' *' -Midway. ��  From present indications trie traffic  over the Craw'ri Ntst Pass road,is to be  greatly nicreased.  Besides   the' a'dTTi---'  nonal'itrafiic that tbe' Spokaue and  laternationul railway will bring, word  now, cbmos ,from Winnipeg - that the  C. P, R.' contemplates ^extending the  Crows Nest'Pass line''westward from  Midway to Pefltiction,' opening up' a  country very ricbin minerals and  with great fruit growing possibilities.  This will complete another link in tht-  direct Hoe from Dunmore to' Vincou-  vnr, which is believed to be ultimately  contemplated.      '      '_"..'  It will 'divert a great "amount of  tourists and freight traffic from tbe  Kootcnay, 'to 'the Okanagan. Tbe  largest steamer on any inland, water  except the Great I akes' is now being  built'ou the Okanagan lakes. It will  contain GO sta'.e rooms.      '' , '  '   "NOTICE.  In the matter of an application for tho issue  of a duplicate of the Certificate of Title for Lot  9, Block 0, in tho Lake'Snore Addition, Mojie  City. (Map 6SD  Notice Is hereby given that It is my Intention  to issue at the expiration of ono month (rom  tbe first publication hereof ft duplicate of the  Certificate of Tlilo to the above mentioned Lot  In the name of Miclinol rfuBent, which Ceirtfl-  cato is da(ed tho 10th day of October, 1D01 and  numbered S12A,  ������II, P. MacLeod,"  District Registrar,  Land Registry Ofllcc,   Nelnon, H. C.  15th March 1900.  This, is an Ameiii-an shoe that  wi- li'ive r-iKind up a i-pririg  Hliipm-rnl of, which have * a very  bnjjlit and al tractive appe-irance  unci bbu'w the perfuutiou ul 'Slioe  Ait.  Bc-idre buying your -spnng  ' slio-s w<- would e'lURCbt ibat you  /? *,i,e these your crcful eorVid-T- ,  atiori. as they are, the pio'iiiu-ti'  bf one of tui-- viest Auitricau Bh��e,,'  house", ��vho n.lve a reputation  for high woik.-rtan'-hip. The finish aud style are really eX(.ellpnt.  We'liave them in Vici C^lf,  Pan nt Gulf and Kiie-rW (Jolf, Ux-  fords, all Blucher cut. ���  .  aeEacherii  -AND-  aedoiia  r-giia xp^aj��jamm^Eaw^f!SS^CSaB^��^A  ,, Dr.T White, superintendent ol uw  Methodist' Missions," coni'ucted the  services iu'tho Mithoaist churcb ^here  last Sunday, j" ," "' '���" *".''',_ -, ��� ->  All is said that there.is'excellent' ice  foruskating ori the upper ftloyicit-laker  Ofcourse ��there are some 'dangerous,  places (bat should,be guarded against.  These'are at,tbe far'e'ud. ' ,  .Stein Consor is opening ft barber  shop in tbe Central hotel. He, will Le  ready for uusini-s's about'- the .first of  the week. Mr. Conaor is one of tbe  old timers in Moyie and no doubt will  receive 'bis ehare of  the  patronage.  Why patronize eastern travelers  when you can gel your spring suit at  tbe same price from C. A.'Foote, tbe  tailor.  LOST���A sm'all silver medal somewhere on Tavistock street between the  Catholic church and the Lake Shore  boarding house. Finder will kindly  leave samo at this offiice and receive  suitable reward.  -Come and see some of tha most  hirihiouablo neckwear evor seen in B,  C. at Hills.  In the Air.  Reporter���1 understand that one ol,  your guests committed suicide last  night by bangrng bimselt out of a  third story window."  Lodginghouse Keeper���Well, there  was such a roomer in tbe air tor a  while.���Town Topics.  ' '.''���'". 'Eire at Sifton.  ��� '   '���"'   ���:*-^T    '  (A fire occurred at the Sifton place at  the' head ,,of, Moyie lake Thursday  morning drstroying ono of tbe buildings and all of .the contents. Hugh  Cameron has the place le-tsed for bis  stock'and' dairy outfit,' and Alpine  Cameron, his-father, Ed Marshall and  G. T. .McGregor were occupying the  bouse but were "all away wbeu tbe fire  broke out.. vTlie 'cause of the, fi.e is  unknown! The loss will amount to  nearly .|500.- ���>  ,    -       ^    .  c, ^������  ,  Great rTortherh' Road.   .  > With $61000.000 to spend the Great  Northern,Railway company expects to  equip its system with enough rolling  stock and motiye power this season to  take care of its rapidly growing territory in the best manner. It is said  that tbe company will up-nd a large  amount of money this year for coaches,  cars and locomotives, The order for  stock will include about 100 pisseu2��r  coaches, sleepint; and tourist cars,  baggage and m til cars.,  -Cold Weather,:  An unlooked for cold snap came  upon us this week and ",for several  mornings the thermometer re^isfered  as low as 8 degrees below zeio." The  wood anJ coaI men had their innings  aud there was something doing for the'  plumber. Little damage was dono to  waterworks, however.  CRANBROOK    ITEMiS.  Cranbrook Herald:  IbcC. P. R-dining car,.store room  has been installed in Cranfe^iok and  hereafter all dining cars will get their  supplies at this point.       -     , , t  W. J. Atchison has recovered snfti-  ciently to to leave the hospital and go'  to his rooms at tbe Wilga, Mr. A'-r  chison will piobably take a trip to  California for a few weeks to- recuperate. ' ,    .<  Dr.j J.  H.- King,   tbe   member   for  this district, returned Thursday morning   from' Victoria. ' The   d-ctor   is  looking badly after,his. spoil 'of  sickness at   Victoria,  but,  is   feeling  very  well and will soon be -ill nghU in   thi  climate   of ^Cranbrook." The _ lession^  was a strenuous one. ,'  '.     ',  ,      '  , .George Hilirer, ajfent ,for   the'" C. P.  R.at Craubrook, was   taken' seiiously  ill tnis week with   hemorrhage  of  the  stomach and is still in"a '.very 'critical  couditfoti.      Dr.   M-jKiJd , of   Calgary'  was called here   iu  consultation   with  Dr. Green, and as a result  >l"r  Hillier,  aftei a fe.v days in  the   hospital   here  to gather  a   little cstreu!;th, ��� will   be  takeu to Rochester, N. Y., for an operation.    Mr. Hillier's illness his  given'  rise to a general feeling  of ,regret, for  among the business men and the people generally he w.is   a   great   favorite  and all join with the  Herald in   wishing him a speedy recovery.  Distriot Convention^  c- ������  Phoenix niiuera' union is making  preparations for the holding of the  eiuhih aunun.1 convention of district  association No. 6, Western Federation  of Miners. The district comprises the  proviuce of British Cjlumbi.i. The  president of the district association is  Frank Phillipps of Njlson.  Ihe meeting is to be bold next  Tuesday, Murih 20tti. Thos. E. Kelly  will go as a dele?*Ue, from Moyio  Miaer-TUniou No. 71.  ,     ..METAL   MARKET.'  New .York���Bar eilvr-r,  6-M  cenla  Lead, .$5.15.    Zinc (spellei) ."r5.'-,0.     '  Lond'o'^t���-Ij -ad, ClG 3.s'9d.        -.   ,  GENERAL ,NEWS' NOTES.  Susan B. Antbony.is dead.  Fernie is to havo ��.' furniture factory.  1       '  ,  r���E��������� I"' ,  Seattle is trying to get up   an   Ala-  sku-Vukon exposition,  i   i , ,       ' -  1 'The bank of Montreal is  shortly   to  open a branch in old Mexico. ,  ' The valuo of camphor exported from  Japan last year exceeded $1,500,000. '<  .ot;'  Ex Governor, Frank   Stunenberg  Ida'lib left aq estate v.iiu'.-d at -fSi.OOO-.  L        <ij i         \ i.  v   The'United Sute'smint .-it San Fran?  �� 'i        ,  cisoo is the largest institution  of   the  kind m'lhb world. , 0 '  DON'T FORGET  **hcn you aro in need of  an engagement or wedding'Ring that we have a  good assortment.to choose  from.  The Next Morning.  "I'm sotiied this morning," said the  first motli,  "Up latu last night?" asked the second.  "Yes, I was nt tbe camphor ball,"  ���U  -a^M.J*. ^*JuMufc'  '*��*��* .**>*!.    :~��***>. '^*  W. H.WILSON,  Jeweler. CRANBROOK,, B.  Chamberlain's Cough fiemedy  Cures Colds, Croup and Whooping Cough.  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN IN  Gun Club,  The first shoot of tho Moyie Gun  club was held Thursday afternoon at  their, grounds north of town, The  following is the score m*do by each  ou'. of 25 birds: Casey, 21; Camp-  boll, 20; Large, 14.  Canada produces the finest wheat in,  the world, No. 1 Manitoba hard setting  the world's standard.  ' It is expocted that the new boat now  being built for tbe C. P. R, will be  launched early in May.  The third session of the tenth pir-  liumont of British Colunibij. was prorogued at 10 o'clock, Monday.- ~-  Diamond cutters of Now York city  havo received ai'i iucreuso in ��� their  wages and will now receive $75 a week  NOT1CK.  Notice is hereby given that tho registered office of tho St. Eugene Mountain Minos, Limired Liability, (name  changed from Yankee Girl Mining  Company, Limited Liability) ot K.islo,  British Columbia, h.is b.-en removed  from Kaslc, British Columbia, to  Movie, British Columbia.  O. A. SUTHERLAND,  Secret ary-Tieaourer.  Moyie, B. O. March 3rd,*190G.  CRANBROOK  K. H. SMAXI., ML��u��eer.    '  Good rooms, good  tables and bnr  and   first cUss sample r��oii8.  Do NotifeRloct a Bad Cold,  .Never allow a '-old to take its course  Too "often at this season of the ye��r-i,ls  course is toward "pneurhooiiv. Chamberlain's Cou^h Remedy will promptly  cure your, cold and counteract any  tendency in this direction. There is  nothing better for acute throat and  lung'troubles. For sale by tne Moyia  Drug it Stationery-Co.',..  Red Wheat Whiskey. Something  new. Sold by A, C, Bowness. whole-  Bale liquor dealer, Craubrook.  .Wilson Resigns.,  A despatch from Victoria says that  Attorney Genor.il Wilion has sent  in his re-iigna'ion as a morr.ber of the  McBride government. Mr. Wilson is  at present in Ottawa. Hon. F. J.  Fulion, provincial secretary, takes  temporary charge of the attorney general's department.  "Venus," a lionuBS in the Toront)  Zoo, gave birth lo triplet-i last' w-sek.  Eighteen months ago slie did thusams-  thing..        '     .   The Central hotel iu Ft-rnie has  changed hands. Mrs. Jennings aud  her son Leslie have sold to James  St-wrus. ' ��  D.. William'Heury Dm nmon.l, tha  poet of the French-Canadians, lias .jiv-  en up bis medical practice aud gone  into copper mi ua^ in the dimi.iion.  Will S, U.ys, wlioio soug-i, "Mollie  Darling," "line Utile Old L.g Cabin  in the Line," etc,, were sun** twj score  yoarsago, is living in Li lisville, Ky.,  ana re ent y clebritoJ thu 7iLh unui-  versary of his birili,  Is Your Watch  Going Satisfactory?  Many watches  they are allowed to  without cleaning.  do   uot   becaiife  run TOO LONG  Save Your Watch and money  by sfniling it lu Iks, where if will receive proper treatment.   ,  I       Mr. E. A. Hill   of   Moyie  is   our  ageut. ,-     *-. ' ;'  W. F. TATE & SON.  Jewelers and   Graduat.H Opticians.  CRANBROOK, B. C.  Otfioial Watch Inspeotor for C.   P.   R  Orow'a Nest Pass Division.  Fifty Years fits Steward  a Greani of Tartar Powdsr  , 'Madd :.F-rsRi Sra-pss.  'V  Chief ' Sargent of  tbo'Nelson   fire'  department    has   lost    bis    position ~  through insobriety.  ������."I  ivft  h  h - |  "J I  Mr  B\  ',  ' r"?ii I  '     fi,,' i  j.'7((  1 ' "i'*f'  ���       I' '   H.S  ,-' ,    V*'l  . .1" THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ��� iv Hj  ���ft  .1  "   '"Cii  .->  -M.-  Linked by Fate  BY CHARLES GARVICE  Author of " The Verdict of the Heart/' " A Heritage   ���+  of Hate,^ "Nell of Shorne Mills/'* "Paid ��� T  For/' " A Modern Juliet/* Etc. . t,  H �� fr *t ��� �� �� ������ + *> r ��� f+-*r+-*f-f-**--+++ nHMf^HMMHUli  Continued from last week.  5V^/V/V/^V4A/VV^AAf*^AA^vf-4Af4AA  HELD BY THE  GOVERNMENT  ^By Otbot 3. Xcnga  'ivii'-i  '  ''.-��  , *A_if  ���["������is*  ,' &*}&  ��� ,,,���*-, (��_.  ,        .1 -VT-rj^H*  ' m  5'"  ���  ���  'Ufe-%  ., 'w-J-1  t      . *,*J|-,"**-4-,  ,       3'*'*ira'  ���_ . *.?*:����  ���3-&__  r'i  ���' ~~%  4,1  ..4'S  ��� iS-.-tas  l-fil  ���;���$:?���?'  ���;i.:;.;���<������.-{���.���  Shi* hud a-"-.ic-ioai in- i.n-'i *-uiyng  pvi.iiiiii*. unfl I'olly ins su-il ujiuii Him  blajni''   in   Ix'd  to  liM'akfaM  '���Vuu 11 take u holiduv to-dn.\,  Mii-s Wooil." shi' said. sternly. '-'In  fact, if jou'i-c not lu-lli-i- wlvn '1  ' V.-OHK' lioinc, 1 sha'u i )i(;l ,���,<>���_ lunch  a hut fur a lui'l night. Vim're looking almost us pule as when ��� 1- .'on���  wlii'ii you cain'i to 'i*1h*i-i' my suliiaiy  lot.' Vou'1.1 Hist sit up with n (-liiiii I  over .vou .like the regulation invalid.  Wonder *Ahy ve , altvoys jmt ou a  ���shawl'ii, uhr-iv ii.'-'re qiK-i-i1' A man  doesn't put  pn a great co-it."  Sho wont lc Un* ili-aw (;i- for the  shawl und found tin* s'luvis pi" pap..r.  On lhu'front page was written:  "Iic*li-otiicd.\'A yh\y   in  One  Act."  Now, u play has no siicivditi'SS for  an actrests, and I'olly, 'aiu-i- .sho ha.il  ]jtit tlie shawl round -Vina, went. bar.*,  to trie srlting-room< (hey now shnred  and i-euil "Be-rotheu"' without a  scruple   , .   -.  When sho had finished it she jumped  i"up,   slipped    on   her  hat     nnd   jacket'  ,ajicl  stole  stealthily  down  s(aii\s    to  the girl typewriter who lodged on the  first floor back. ,    ' '  "How soon can you 'copy that?"  she asked., ' '   <. ,       '  "This day week," said the girl,  wearily.1 , ��� ��   ,     , ���  > Polly laughed. "Get it done in  three Jiours���oh, I know how long it  , will take; lodged with a. typewriter  once���and I'll give you an extra two  shillings."  ".Make it ~-half-a-crown," said '"the  girl, wistfully; and Polly made it  h'alf-a-crown. ' , ' '  ' Nina got up-in the evening���she felt  ' strangely exhausted ' all day���and  'going t'o the" drawer' took out the  "MSS. and "burnt "it carefully, and  slowly sheet by sheet. Then she sighed heavily, and shaking herself, as  one'shakes ofi- an illusion and a  weakness, got a book and read; out  every now and then she looked at  the fire, which had consumed r her  "Betrothed," and 'checked a sigh  larger even than  the first.  Polly carried the typewritten copy  ;' to the theatre. But she did not-dy  to, the manager and exclaim- th.it  she had a masterpiece in her possession; she was too clever lor such  folly. ���She know too well that ,Miv  Harcourt * would' recoil as , if the  '.word "play"- were synonymous with  ���"snake." , "  it is true that managers live by  plays,"but���all, well, it.-is easier for  a millionaire to" dispose of his' mil-  - lions than for a new author to' persuade a manager to ,ldok at,the'lirst  effort. ;  ���,, She went' to Miss Tracey���to   talk  about the hat���and  dropped the play  -   just by "the door, where Miss Tracey  found .it, glanced at it with surprise,  H pitchetl  it  behind ��� the  looking-glass,  ��� and promptly forgot lt/'/Her maid,  huuung-for some'grease paint, found  it and laid- it on the top of the. pincushion.   Miss1 Tracey1 picked it up resentfully  and    al tacked  the manager  with it when he came into (ho room  a little later.  "1 wish you wouldn't leave your  si'ly plajs1'about, Mr. Harcouit,,"  she said, pettishly.  "No play.of mine," he said with  listless   indignation. ,  "Then where did ,it come fro'in1"'"  "Don't know, i don't wanr to know.  "Want to speak lo you about this  fust thing. Have'to come oil. People  won't stand it.".  "I'm not surprised. It's worse  than bad. What wall you put in its  place?" ',  Mr. Harcourt mentioned an ''���", 1 d  favorite."  Miss Tracey shucked "Not for me,  thanks' '*'  " 'Pon my.soul, there's no pleasing  you!" he giumbled as he left' the  room.  .Miss Tracey threw the play aside,  then picked it up, saw" that it was  typewritten a'nd began tb read it. In  less than live minutes her attitude  changed from peevish disquietude to  one of absorbed attention, and presently she sprang to. her feet and  called  nnpatieiitlv to her maul.  "Jenny, this play���who brought it  here���wlio'1-: been in my loom? Yesterday it was. Now, keep your eyes  in your head, though so far as their  usefulness goes you might drop them.  Quick!'  Jenny assured her that no one had  been in the routu���excepting Miss  Bainford. ,  "Then  fetch M.<-s  J'ainforil "  Jenny had not far to go, Polly-  was hovel ir-g in  the cni'i ldor  "Oh, _\Iiss Tiatev, I left, it here  t In ii''" .she e\< liiuiii-'l. "i'r-i so Kind  J iouinl.it! J thought I must have  clioppcl it in the stuvi Oh, thank  Jn'i'" Sue held oi.t her hund. with  an   inno'int  expiessimi.  Mi*-s Ji-au-i whipped hers behind  her   back.  "Who wrote it? It's���its' (not  bad," sho said No actor will admit  Hint a play is good unless lie has  lhe lead un*- pail actually in ins pos-  s< sMim. No mini.mer will admit, unit, i- any Liii-imis,tnii(<is. That a play  is good. It would hint him too  much.  The bf-lief that no woman can write-  a successful pla\ still" exists, notwithstanding some notable instances  to the tuntiar.' , and I'olly, who was  quilo awaic of the prejudice, which  is as liaid to kill as un annuitant,  said, with the same innocent e.\pres-  ��� sion: ...    .  '     ..,'',  "Oh, it's my friend, Miss Wood's  brother. He's an invalid���a cripple.  His name's Herbert. -He, lent it me  (o-read, lint I haven't hud lime. Oh,  Polly, ' [Polly! He"d bo mad ii J1  hadn't, found   it!" ���    '        ,  '  Miss Tracey still lield on to tho  play. '       \ ���        ' ���       .-..-..'  ."It's not at all bad,". slio''said,.  guardedly, "and there's a -part. in. it  that I rather fancy. I'M speak to  Mr. Harcourt about it, if you like."  - I'olly went home- in a stale', of  suppressed :;-excitement', which ���' she  concealed beneath a show-bf extreme,  weariness.      ���;���   .  "l.ion't you ever have anything to  do with the theatre, J'leciiiid." she  adjured. "It's a poor game at the  best, and at the worst���" She  shrunccd her shoulders,.. ,  i John Pearson was distinctly annoyed.  ! He would 'not have believed Eugenia'  I could be so unreasonable. It was bad  ; enough, to lose Havens, who ,wns the  i best stenographer   lie   ever  had,   but  ��� -i m not* at" ail*' likely fo*." "sa'id  Nina with a smile and a sigh, which,  quiet us it  wns,  I'olly heard.  Mr. Harcourt sent for her two days  afterward. Oh, (he susjjense oi those  two days! If the "Betrothed" hnd  been Polly's own betrothed she could  not  have  suffered  more,keenly. ,     , '  "Oh, M,��-5 Bainford," ho said with  vouching* listk-ssness. "Miss Tracey'  showed mo that little'play. It's not,  good, of course, but, we might knock  it into shape, Miss-Tracey says the  jH-incipal part will suit her. , I'm  inclined to try it. Of course,, your  friend, Mr.���Mr.���"  ."Wood," suggested Polly.  "Ah, yes, Wood, wouldn't expect  anything for it?"  "Oh, but he' wouldl" said ,Polly.  "He's not'poor���not what you'd rail  poor. JTis father left him an independent1 income���" ' ���  ,Mr. Harcourt to6k up a bundle 'of  letters and' kept his eye on them in  ari absorption so long and profound  that any one less sophisticated than  Polly would have been convinced that  he liad forgotten the play and -her.  But Polly .waited m bland security.  She knew she had her fisli on tbe  hook; the'thing was to land him.  1 "Eh?" he said, looking up at  last and pretending to he, aware of  her presence. "Oh, ah, yes; the play.  Oh, well, visual'terms. He'd better,  come and see me." l  ��� "He can't, 'poor fellow; no's a  cripple. But I'll'tell him what you  say and get him to-sign the agreement."       - -    , -   ,  Mr.- Harcourt looked at her sharply. -'"    -  "You weren't born yesterday?" he  said with'a smile. . '  "No, the day before, 'sir," said  Polly, demurely. .    ��� '���   , ,  ,    "I   should    have   said     last   ���week/  now,"    he   .retorted.    *   "Here,     Mr.  Thompson,   fill 'in  an  ugreement    fof.  this thing,  will you?"     *  , , '  Polly took a ^cubTiomo, held her  hand to still thcbeating of her good,  little heart,, and entered the room  with a yawn which stretched her expressive mouth to ca-.-ernbirs proportions. ���  "Been reading all the time, dcar?'^  , Nina put down,her book. ' -    <  "No. I've got the supper., Is thero  any news?" For,' actress as she  was, Polly could not, quite conceal  her excitement.      . ,      '-   ,  "N���-o, nothing. Oh, yes1 i They're  going *ito 'put on a new curtain raiser.'/ l ' -'        ���*  Nina bent over tlie saucepan* she  had taken  of! the' fire.       '"        ,        ���  "Jt   was   time,"   she   said,   quietly.  "What's  the  title  of "it? ' Who' is    it  'by'-1" ;      , f >    -   .'  ' "The" title is"���-Polly got - close to  her, took the saucepan from her and  '"set it on the table, regardless of the  clcth���"the .(title^ is 'The Betrothed,'  'and it's l)y ,a new man ,named���Herbert Wood!"'she said as she "flung  her arms around Nina's ' neck 'and  hugged  and  swayed- her.  ' A'Ho  b'e  Onti'ined.) "     '    ,  this term", and Its Bitting may las{ tlirea  or four days more."  Miss Anthony recognized ber informant as a young architect who had an  office in ihe same building.  "I do not under-Hand," she said.  ������What nas, Mr. Pearson got to do with  the grand jury ?" '  ' "Mr. Pearson was seized yesterday  bv United 'States Marshal Brown to  eerve." As Miss Anthony's face betokened no euIlgbteiiiDPnt, he went on:  "When the grand jmy was polled yesterday there were three absentees, and  In order to carry on the business it was  necessary to fill iljose vacancies. The  absent men are sick, and It would  greatly retard the work of tbe govern-  HE FEELS AS  YOUNG AS EVER  MR.  when he finally secured another who   ment jf tljesjUry had to be adjourned  ! could do satisfactory work, to have Eu- > unft\ <j-ey recovered."     ' . "~  ! genia   object   because   tlie   girl   was-,    M-sg   Anthony   regained   her  pol*".*--,  j young and pretty was c-aough-to lut&e   f'-yrould Mr. Tearson have to go if he  a man lose all patience. ���   , r    "   j flj^ not wish?" in stately surpris.e.  He strove  to  appease his  fiancee's ���     '*ye3. -Any citizen ls liable* to such  wrath by pointing out how inferior in   araft."    ��  beauty and grace tlie new stenographer *  appeared  to hini in  comparison with  herself.'   He tried to appeal to her reason, her pride, for faith in him, but to'  little purpose. " , ��� |  ' "You need not trouble to call again  or ,to communicate with me until you  have discharged  that   girl,"   was  tbe  ' "But���but his* own business?", Inter-,  posed Miss Darling.  "Quito a secondary matter ln the eyes  of the law," replied the young man.  ' "And' In such a case is no message  sent  to  the  citizen's  friends?"' questioned Miss Anthony. ���     ' -  "Certainly.   If Mr. Pearson had any  clerk or secretary in his office the dep  ���ultimatum,  and  Pearson'went away,  angry  and  indignant,   anathematizing u'ty marshal would likely notify that  all women and their silly, unreasonable pers0n, and*-Mr. Pearson could send a  jealousy. , i message to his family if he has one."  Miss Anthony was not often unrea- ,  -jj--ss Anthony, and Miss Darling 'ex-  sonable and had had'little occasion for,-f changed glances!  They knew that.Mr.  jealousy.    She' hardly could have ex pearS0n had no family and at the time  CHESTER      LOOMIS      TOOK  DODD'S  KIDNEY   PILLS.  And  from a  Used up  Man he Became  as Smart as a  Boy.  Orliind. Ou'(.. .March 5, (rip-eciul).���  Mr. Chester Loomis, nn old and re-  suecteil farmer living i�� this section,  is spreading broadcast tlie good news  that JJodd's Kidney Pills aro a sure  euro for the Lame' Back and Kidney  Disease so common among old people,  "Mr.  Loomis says: ,        f<  "I am 7G years of ago and smart and  "a'cTTTO^a'irTi-no-v^'^'nd-i- f?ive ' Dodd s  Kidney Pills all tlio credit for it:  JJetoro f started to use,'Dodd h Kid-  nev J'ills 1 was so used up I con d  hardly ride in a buggy, find I could  not do any woik of any kind. Jlivery-  bodyj tli.uirrlit 1 would not live long.  Dodd's Kidney Pills are a wondeilul  remedy."       .'  The Kidneys of tho young may he  wrong, but the kidneys ot the . old  must bo1 wrong. Dodd's Kidney Pills  make nil wiong kidneys right.' That  N why they are t.io old Jolks', greatest  ffiond. c,  of his unwelcome seizure ,be had no  clerk, and Miss ADthony,,kn'e'w why no  message had been sent to her. '  "And Mr.' Pearson cannot come away.  He, is���he is held there?"  '   '  ���  "Held by the government," he replied  smilingly.  plained It herself, but her annoyance-  about the girl and her resentment toward her lover, had begun -when she  had asked the name of the new employee and, John had, replied, "Anna'  Darling:."   "      -    ' '"  The tiny flaraes had been fanned and  Increased by every word of pi-ai.se Cor  Miss Darling" that .the unconscious  rearson had stupidly uttered until she  could bear It no longer.1   She magnified  his  satisf action'.wi tli" the girl's work,;       _    __          into love for, Uie girl herself, rind she,' done all stenographic work?" Mlss'An-  felt'for the moment quite justified in 'thony asked. ,, " '*    ', ���  demanding her discharge. , ;; '       j"' ".Not all. There arersome abstracts to  But with the  next day's  light! Miss ���', be copied and"���,-     ��� ' -'    ��� r ���' ,   ' '  Anthony's good'sense,and love of fair ,,   "x shall help you," with gentle deci-  play  reasserted\Itself.   "How ;silly   I'/slon.^ ���   .     *;���   , '   .,  was," she thought. , , '' ' ,' - when the grand Jury^adJonrnedTJnit-  " She resolved to'send him a little note u< 'gd states" Marshal Brown' handed a  or'a telephone message, but decided .-to 'note to "Taryman Pearson, ' J,;,  wait until evening.* He was to take'her "Miss Darling and I have your jwoirk  to the opera,'and on the way she would , near]y done,"'read,the astonished Pear-  confess her unreasonableness,    i '' gon.   "Please,come to me as soon as  . Cattle   Embargo   Bill.  ' London.���A bill has been introduced  in thoilJouso of Commons ,to remove  tho embargo on Canadian cuttle. ��lt  is in charge of "Thomas Cairns, ol  Newciibllo, and llauuir Greenwood, of  York. The debate ,oir the second reading ois expected on April 6, It is said  that all tho members from Scotland  will support tl. -Even should it, pass  the Commons it may be' killed in the  Lords., -      ���','-- '''",'  Bickle's;. Anti-Corisumptive , Syrup  ._ jis' an unp'aralelTod remedy  for colds.  Miss Anthony thanked him courteous- ,coughs;' influenza anil disease's- of ,the  ly, and he passed on:      ,     ���" .throat and. lungs.   The. fame   of the  Miss Darling unlocked the door, and  medicine,reMs upon yearsfof success-  the two girls' entered 'the office. ' ...f.-11  Hse in ~ eradicating    these    affec-  ��it��� j.\.Z. ���^-i. u. n��n~.��-r. -,.n*o,r tions, and' in protecting -mankind  "Is the   work  Mr.   Pearson  wanted frQm' thfl  fa1,u   ^^ ,��f   C0USl|mp.  tion, and as a neglected cold leads,to'  consumption," one cannot be too careful to fight It in its e'arly stages.  Bickle's Syrup "is the weapon, use it.  Hard Lines'. .. ,' '*"  A'little'Boston girl, who had been  impressed- with' the, lesson that she  must always be good;' had been  taught that everything1 she did was-  seen by "God.". One day,,, sotting, off  lor-school, her pef, dog'would follow".  Her  Preference.  "Well. Maggie, you have been-isar-  ried  if year.    How do you like your  husband?"  - "Sober, mum." "_  "j  r '  ' I  They  Went  Together.  I had a friend.   I had. as well,  A little cash to, lend.  And now I've lost, oh, sad to tell.  My money and my friend!  Hia   Care.  "How* did you cure your boy of  swearing?"  "By the laying on of hands principally."  ' A Few   Remove**!.  The dictionary's full of words.   .  The fact removes a doubt.  I dreamed last night that congress folk  Had worn them wholly out.  TJp  to  Date.  "What is that old saying, 'Put a beggar on a horse, and' "���  "He'll kick because it isn't an automobile."  Cauac   of  Her  Mirth.  She smiles and laughs the llvolons dajr.  Pray, do not think her simple.  She'U laugh at anything you say  Because she has a dimple. , ;j   *  ,  Tit  For T��t.  Claude���A woman cannot sharpen a  pencil.*  Maude���Nor a man thread a needle,  so tliere!  ( ,          ..   . ...  .��� ,1-ihe told, him to*go    home    in .vain.  The evening passed, and no John and- yOU are released. -1 think we .had better 'At length/ stamping,her little foot on  no message to explain'his^bsence.. Ten arrange matters so tliat IC,you are held the', sidewalk, she said:���"Go home  o'clock, 10:30! "I won't'be'foolish," she    by'the government again you will'have 'at'once;, it^sbad ^enough to1 have God  thought' firmly."' I'll   call  him   up   by i gome one to whom a message "must be          '    1"  "     "        '"     *  phone and tell him I want to say good .,sent".'"     '    i    -'      ������.      *  night" , .-."'' ^ ������ ; ,., ' .  She had often done1 this when it had \        ,    HemoVins the shatter*.  iiot" been, possible for John to come to j    An uptown man who may be'deslg-  her. She smiled happily as' she rang tlie (,nated as Mr. Blank was asked by, his  'bell  and  called .for tlie  Pearson, resl- j wife the,-other*day to'.tid In removing  finrif.   t/sViti livrwi wiiti his hmtber. nnd i inside shutters from windows through-  deiice.  John lived with his brother, and  she <knew the' famiiy had gone away.'1  out the house so that 'they could  be  She recognized tine housekeeper's voice j washed.    Being in 0a hurry, he asked  J-  A  Brief  Trnifedy.  Tho knock of the postman���  It kH-os you a thrill.  You look for a check.  And he hands you a bill I  .1 ./l  A   Clmngre.  "I remember -when she told me he  was ber Ideal."  "Yea. , Now he Is merely her husband."  AUotiti  noiiNen.  The first adobe houses wero built by  the swallows.  Cartliuiniue- Flowera.  The carthamine .flower has for thousands of years been used to dye fab-;  ries of a yellow color. The mummy  cloths found in Egyptian coffins are  dyed yellow! with this (lower.   '���������.-.  Germ*   Hate   Sen. "Water.  Disease germs on the deck of" a ship  soon die. This fact has been scientifically demonstrated by an Italian  'physician. lie fount', by bacteriological  investigation .that even'the'most hardy  germs were removed dud destroyed by  simply washing tiie decks with sea water.   .'���-..  There are 17G nonconformists in  the British Parliament, of whom seventy-three won seats from. Conservatives. '���'���'���'  in reply ,tb her call, but her face fell at  the message. Mr.'John had not been  home, and Mrs." Barnes could get-no reply to frequent calls' over the phone to  the office. '        . .    , -  The next morning, Miss ,; Anthony  called Mrs. Barnes'again! with similar  results. Mr. John did not come home!  and there was evidently no one at h.'3  office.    ''".'',     '   4   "   ���-. ,'    i'u, ' _  *      f  Miss Ajithony was essentially a,,wo-  man of action. She dressed herself 'in a  most'becoming'street*costume and. a  half hour later was entering the great  office building on Congress street Pearson's officer.was'-closed,* the door locked.  "He wasn'.t there all day, yesterday,"  i> volunteered the elevator boy.  "Butjiurejy; some one was," insisted  MisaJ"An1thony. "The young lady"��� '  ' "Sho came in the morning, but,went  away,again immediately," he answered.  , Miss Anthony was quick to resolve  and" equally quick to execute. She consulted the directory and took a car for j  , Arlington. At the door of a neat littlo ���  cottage she paused. Yes, there was tlie  name, Darling, on the doorplate. What  could she say to the girl even if she  found her? Did she really expect to believe that she and John��� Then she' lifted her head proudly. Was she going to  be silly again?, Something had happened to John, and Miss Darling might he  able to aid her in learning what it was.  When Miss Darling entered the room  Miss Anthony hardly could restrain the  impulse to take ber iu her arms, such  'a pretty, timid looking little thing���  hardly more than a child. Her eyes  were visibly red with weeping, and  when Miss'Anthony asked her if she  had been at work the day before her  face colored painfully.  Miss Anthony explained enough of  the situatiou'for Miss Darling to understand the reason for her visit and  then Miss Darling told her own story  hurriedly.  "I have been with Mr. Pearson nearly  a month and supposed my work was  entirely satisfactory. I went to work  yesterday morning as usual, but I had  hardly entered the office when the telephone bell rang. ' On answering It I  found it was Mr. Pearson speaking. He  said that he should require my services  no longer and would mail me a check  for two months' salary."  She paused, choking back a sob. Miss  Anthony blushed wilh shame and regret  "I left the office immediately,1 of  course. I cannot understand It, for I  was at work on some papers that Mr.  Pearson was very anxious to have finished this week���work that nuolber  stenographer could not well take up.  Aud"���she hesitated���"as yet I have  not received tlie check."  Miss Anthony spoke rapidly and with  decision. "Miss Darling, I arn convinced that there is some mistake. I  know Mr. Pcarsou was satisfied with  your work."  "Do you think," asked Miss Darling  eagerly," "that it was not Mr. Pearson���  that it was a hoax?"       '',..'[  "I hardly know what to think," re:  turned Miss'Anthony evasively, "but I  am so sure that Mr. Pearson is pleased  witn your work and wishes to retain  you in his employ that I am going to  usk you to return to the .office how  with .nie''. Perhaps in some way we  may learn something of him."  The two girls .were standing before  Pearson's door, and Miss Darling was  searching in her handbag for her duplicate key when*a young man approached,' saying courteously, "Were you looking for Mr. Pearsou?"  "Yes," answered Miss, Anthony quietly. "Can. you tell rue if he will be in  today?"  "I think not There are several Important cues  b&faraj  tho rzxajad 4n***-**  i his ."better half to defer the matter ^until- his return from the' office. ' "I'lf'do,  it "myself,''-was her retort' ,_ "Don't",  was .Mr. B.'s^counsel as he departed;  "women don't understand',such work.','  .This of cour,se only more firmly decid-*,  'ed Mrs.,Blank to go ahead, and;when  Blank returned that-"night he found*  'the shutters down. His'wife .was nurs-  ] ing several lacerated' fingers^ but' she  wore, a triumphant' air.. "The screwdriver slipped.once or twice," she explained in response . to hl3 'inquiring  glance at her bandaged digits. "Screwdriver slipped!*' repeated Mr. B._in~a  "dazed tone., "Great^snakes, woman!,  1 lou don't mean'.to say you unscrewed  all the shutter hinges?" "Of course,"  said his wife complacently. "What  other way 'could 1 get the shutters  down?" 'For answer Blank lifted a  shutter and pulled the pin out of ono  of the hinges, showing that the taking  down of each shutter ,only involved the  removal of two pins. . When he figured  that there were ten pairs of shutters  and each pair required the driving of  sixteen screws ,to put them up he,  swore while his wife wept���Philadelphia Iiecord. *   ��� -     T  "When  Mo<Ijenlfa-Played  Farce.'  Count Boyenta, Mine. 'Modjeska's  husband, was arranging with Senator  Tabor for Modjeska's first appearance  in Denver, and the founder of dramatic  art in Denver asked what parts she  played.  ."Well," said the count, "there la 'Mary Stuart' "  "Who wrote it?" asked Tabor.   '  "Sctiiller," said the count  ' "Is he a first class dramatist?' asked  Tabor.  "Surely, surely," said the count "H��  Is most illustrious."  "Humph!- Never heard of him," commented Tabor. "What else does she  do?"  " 'As You Like It/ 'Antony and Cleopatra,' 'Macbeth'"���  "Who wrote them?" ���# ,   ���  j*  "Shakespeare." "'=*' "j ft"*--,'  "How's he?   Good writer?"   "'   ��� ��� '"  ".Excellent; excellent"  "Well," said Tabor rnminatively,  "those fellows may be all right as authors, but they ain't well enongh known  to^suit the people out here. ��� What we  want ls something popular, something  that everybody's heard of. I tell you  what yon do^���you get her to give us  BomctiMng of ECoyf *l"���Harper's Week-  <*��� ���       .   .  Barely  BHaaied.  "I   came  near getting that  appointment I was after."  "How near?" ?  "I got a disappointment'*- "JJJ_    ... * '  ] A  Correction.  .     "npre comes FlUap.    He has about  ' reached tho end of his rope."  "Man, dear, It isn't a rope hois smoking; it is a twisted cigar."." .-���_.-  Strenuona   -Life. '���;..  There waa a young man ln Bt. Paul    ���*",''  Who had more than his share of KauL  He played his cornet  Till th�� neighbors met  One night and mobbed him.   That's out  P��'�� Tonurh  Iioelc.'  "Does a straight flush beat fourlaces,  ���pa?".'  -  "It always has when I've had .the  four aces.**- ' .*.���'���  Secoarattion. - .  A hero m his way wm h*.  Hia memory fondly Ihrlvea.  ��rrom ic* ha kept bis alOtrfnOc torn,  _ tifcaa\ ttuu satrcd vaaMV.\lsna. ,  always looking after me'without you  following me wherever I go!"���New-  York Tribune. , '.' ' " . , "  Is  tho  Romance  of  the Sea  Dead?  While I slowly eat my dinner in the  magnificent saloon of the great liner  "Aiucrika,'' und looked about at the  jolly little parti-.**- oi two and four and  six," at the daintily clad women and the  ���aeVei-ely clad men, and*at the freshly  cat flowers and the sparkliu-g cut  glass, and while I listen! .1 to tlie low-  pitched laugliU'i- misi talk and to the  music oi the guy little red-coated  orchestra���It seemed very nnioh as ii  I hud strolled over from Piccadilly Circus to Pull Mall, of a cold, foggy  evening, and had felurucd in at the  C.irlton Hotel. , I g-'C-w sober ns 1  thought' about it. We did" these  tluii"-s verv differently a httlo while  back. Even a littlo while back--us  the history of human-kind runs���life  at sea meant more, for it seemed to  bring ii man "carer to his Cod, than  we,of to-day very often get.. ' "1* it  truo," I asked of myself, "Unit they  have destroyed the ,chavm of tlio sea?  Is tho fine old' salty, romance dead and  buried?" '     .  ,       ,    , .  Standing* 1 hat night looking - out  over tlio -waves toward a handful of  low-lying stars, 1 know ,l1mt tlio romance, of tho sea is uu undying'thing.  What wo have lost is no more than  our old notion ���regarding it. The  Spanish gall-apn'-lias gone out with th��  rapier and tlio dagger^ Wo no longer,  tho bovs of us, diai-nt the wharves for  glimpses of Spanish sailors with bearded lips. The six-shooter is not what  it was ancl tlio tall clipper ship has  followed the stagecoach into tlio���junk  yard of tho things that were, - But  tho now romance runs deeper. ,, It,.'is  more complex. It is tho wonderful  story of the awakening, the rousing,  and tlio stirring to action 6f a drowsy  old world that'has ju&j. begun to find  itself and' to feel * "its - magnificent,  strength.���"Success Mnga-zmo."     **  i     ^ i o, i      ,   , ,,-     ,~- .. ,  South American Rheumatic Cure Curea  Rheumatism.��� It ls snf<>, harmless nnd  acts iiulck���gives, almost. Instant relief,  and an absolute cure Iu"from, one to  tluop ' days���works wonders In "most  acute" forms of "rheumatism. f,One man's"  testimony: "l' spent-J'slx weeks In bed  before' commencing 'it�� use.��� ,i bottles  cured me."'���66 ' *' i " '������*.'''.���  , i       ________���.���- y-  j,    >; ,~  ' Forty-thico vhbusaml unloaded -shells  wi ���������-���-found inn  Jew's .house- in 'War-  ,,American sailors"*,.from ,'the 'Ameri-'  can cruiser squadron-- arc J sightseeing  in Koine. '        , *,_.,?*.   : ���".n.1, J?-.',-     ,,'  '  Prof.. Wilhelin'Ostw'il.Ii is' to 'report  to" the University of Leaps'"* on,*��-por,f  iu American-colleges..  '.,    ��� ***"  ���      "   ���  invites  matters  foreign  The'new king ..of ���*p<si>HiarSc'  editors to* di.scuijs " political",  with' him. '     ,,,"        '   "*       ...  '  ~   ��      " ���  'I-'      '  "   Switzerland, now*! ,1ms''' u <���  ;tracki of over $400,000,^'year.-  It is reported1 .tliat members.of, tlie*  Reichstag,''in,' Germany, will shortly,  receive sulurios.,t   *  <    ,   *���������      _      ] ">  ly_      i n ' 1    "* 'I I ' ' I,   ���    -  ��*V, .     ���; ; J  '  , Tjic   rising-in   Gentian .]**_t���t Africa  i.ss attributed lo dLssatisFoctioii'iinloiig  - A'Cry for Help.���A pain in the back Is  a   cry .of   the   kidneys  for   help.,   .South  American  Kidney  Cure  Is'the only  cure  that   hasn't  a  failure written   against  It  In   cases   of   BrJjrhfa   Disease,  diabetes,  inflammation ,of   the   blfidder,  Ktavel and  other   kidnev . ailments.   '   Don't   neglfjct  the   'apparently.    Inslgnldoant     "signs.,  _.----.-     -,   .. i        ,, . r    ." .,"  This- powerful   liquid-specific   prevents   native,tribes at' ���..���*  pio^ier-*-,* of,civil-  am_ cures.���"Oft      ' _   <        '       ~   ���  \      ,    ization. ' '*  A force of religious fanatics are're  floriry' V.  Moore, ,widely_ known  in  many countries as a -Y.M.U.A.'"worker,"  is dead.   "        ���     ���'",' ..''     ,->���> '���>  Minard's  .. Cows'.  .Iniment   Cures'  Garget'  In  1,41 .  ..4  jiorted to have- over-run a portion of  Soboto.. ��� Northern Nigeria,' from, the  north; to < have destroyed a French  post near the .frontier, killing five, mid-  captming two'French, officers, and Jo  havo .overwhelmed a British' dctacii-  inent  whose .casualties*are  not,'given.     -       The , Ghosts ��;of*-"-Abhotsford.  Tin? ut tempt .at fnialdng "itTgliostpf  A; R'ecognized lleguhitor.-���To brin|-. A'b'botsford"'.will Jilr'6bab]y,.'end''with  the dfgestive'To'rgans into'rsymmetri-!the lady 'to whom the,, name1 "was"'ap-  cal ''working is the^aim of physicians- P��ed:~-This, ���Iad>%''"tH*_k>idow^ot ATphn  when they find a .ipatient1 suffering Carmichaol, has just1: died Jat EdinV  from''stomachic''if,regularities.<.and for', burgh-,at the venerable* ftgfi.tif elghty-  this purpose triev can prescribe uoth-.. three. .When, a pJiilcT sho\.w,6iit.. as a  ing .better'than Parmelee's -Vegetable visitor to Abbotsfprd, and,* losing-her  Pills, which willVbe found'a'pleasant! way on one. occasion, ��� opened the  medicine of surprising virtue in dining room door noiselessly. U so  bringing "the refractory organs iiito happened that Sir Walter and hii  subjection and restoring them (o nor-1 guests were -discussing' the que-stion  mal   action,  -in   which-.condition  only of the  possibility 'of.-the appearance  can   they   perform  their   dri'ies   prop-  -�� ��� ** ���  erly.  The  Chinese  in   Victoria  will   invest  capital in an electric railway.  ' Sunlight Soap is  better than other  soaps, but   is best when  used in, the,  Sunlight    way.    Buy    Sunlight  and follow directions.  All .churches in Manitoba have  signed petitions for better laws to en-  foi'c.    -iliservance of,the Sabbath.  "Residents of Kings county,  want the Scott,act, repealed  more stringent one pass-ed.  J Worms' derange the whole system.  Mother Graves' Worm Exterminator  deranges worms and gives rest to  the sufferer. It only- costs 25 cents  to try it and be convinced.  of a departed spirit, and Uie 'mysterious opening of the door at. ilia moment- won for tho little girl th'e name  of- "the ghost of AbbotsWrd." ' This  name she,retained through life. , ' .,  v Another \ attempt at. creating a  ghost at ' Abbotsford .was doomed to  failure.., Opposite to tho "en trail ca, to  Soap *-**le' library there is an arched doorway leading to other rooms., Jt "was  discovered that by am arrangement of  lights the shadow of-a person under  the arch could be1 thrown on the opposite door with weird effect. ' But  Sir Waltci*,-when called upon to witness the, experiment,, did .not express  approval'of it, for a reason'that .even  Lockhart could not guess. Scott's  interest in ghosts.- however, Is notorious, and ho liked telling ghost*stories to his visitors.   - ���-     , ,  P.E.I.,  nnd  a  f' , Most housewives judge the "purity  ��f a flour by its whiteness.    White  somehow signifies purity.   But while  ' pure flours arc always white, wli��e  flours are not always pure. '  Koyal  Household Flour  is the. whitest flour that is milled.  It is also the puri-st. You may think  the,flour you arc using is about as  white as flour can be.    Yet if jou  place it   beside, Royal  Hou-ehulJ  , ��� Flour* ir ,\viU look yellow by com-    ,  ' parison.   Ask your, grocer for Royal  ' Household, and make sure that h.'  understands'that you mcari it.'  Ogilvle Flour Mills Co., Ud.  1 Montreal.  "Ogilvie's Book for a Cook,"' coa.  tains lliO pages of excellent ru-hiM  some never published before.   Yc,"-} ,  ,' grocer can toll you ho w to get it FllEE, '  '   /  ' .', Where Indeed?  An'ar,llst,   "'travelling  ni    Morocco  having  found'it difficult xii'wiA.e nie!  lures of the Arabs thoie, hju1...,_..j  once   tried -to'fsketcli  sonn* 'Anil*,,' ;-,  Algiers;  thejVct-iistiuitiy   ��.-u*.,|.._ ���,,-.  und.at  lar-^.aii'.old Jljloar���with' ulionj ' -"I  we wore,  onvfrioiidly'   tcrnik,  jirufinccr]   '  by constant, bargaining for, fiiibniiiJe**. .���'  ed 'rugs-���-spoko to ��� me on tin- t,^,^.  Iik�� ia fatlmrj-for my good.   -It i�� ������<'i-  ho said, "that ^liiy harm tui) tn-uc '''  those' ^vJlo.so ,picture \you  iuhIio, i'f �� J,jl(  you(.your**elf - will, suffer iiitu-ivcnicii'te  in .tho" next" world. '' Allah -w.il ��T t0  pleasure, yoiMinve-iiiade il.yse frji,'rfSl   \l  1 wow' conntinnd you-give, tln-m .sonls."--*-  And���iVhf*i-eJ*'wiy 7 friend,' will 1  tho'ii?"'   '   I J,'iv ���'������''  M  The fSfifiple Life ?  is/best.---To- live  naturally; work    .'  during  the,.day,-keep your .temper,  ,'..  eat. three meals and .take a Beech- '"  ��� am's ,'Pill' /1 cgularlyi as nequired.,' *.  ,, There "is "no medicine fiir the sirn-c   ,  plc'Jifcj or the stre,nuous, like     '' " -  Beechiim's'':  1  - *    1  Pills  Spld,Every when*. '   In boxe**. 2,*i cent*!.  . Endians on, tho Pacific coast have  adopted a weird ceremony as a cuio  for  la grippe.  jFuiicrnl  Plnnta.  The olive, oak, laurel, myrtle, rose-,  mary, cypress, amaranth and 'parsley  are all fiincrnf jilants among the  Greeks and Romans. "To he iu need  of parsley" was a Greek euphemism  indicating the death of the person so  described. An Athenian army once  marching against tlie Lacedaemonians  was stampeded on Its way out of the  city by meeting-two mules hideu with  parsley, the omen being that the whole  urmy would soon be in need of that  urtlcle.  The   SitriiiK   Trap.  The spring trap is constructed on tho  principle of the jaws of 11 shark or dolphin.  The   Ilt-rlolroiie.  The heliotrope takes its name from  two Greek words'signifying "to turn  toward the sun."* There aro Several  ���flowers of this family which during  the day turn their faces to follow the  course of the sun.  T1V0 MooneyWay  i;,njhere's"hothing too good  I; Nto.; go."-Wo-' MOOfSEYS"  1 *'GRACKERS, A The   best,  1- "f1o"ur,,ihat,. Canada, rnilis, il^c  "!. best ^butter,, anil ( cream that  "-Canada's famous dairies can  produce, .' and ,"' the, , best  ;*, equipped bakery in Canada.  ,to "convert   them   into the  best "crackers you ever ate���  .! ' Mobney's  pei-fectioi-  Cream   -Sodas  They are good eating any  time and all the time  Crisp, inviting, toothsome.  "*��� ��� _____ **���  _____  IMak  air  S*_ti��_��d with your abort, stubby  ecragrg-ly hair t Or -wouldyou lik- it  longer,.richer, thickerf Then feodit  with Hall's Vegetable Sicilian H-ir  Benewer. There's solid comfort ta  handsome hair.   Get it I    Bahnppy'  For the whl��Ven _nd ngtMttcli* ~- ra-*"  BOCJUjrQHAM-B DTK. It color* _ rich br����n  or a-oft-luck.   H. P. H AM, ft CO., ?*''���'''"'.LA  A Simple Experiment In FreeT.infr.  Pour ii little water 011 a board under a hot stove, then mix in a tiny clip  a quantity of ice and, salt, stir it thoroughly and place it on (he board in the  water. The freezing process will very  shortly bcginl rJ'he theory is the rapid  evaporation caused, by the heat:  CIiIiicnc  nnil* I'aper.  The Chinese are believed to be tho  second people to, manufacture paper  from vegetable fiber. The Chinese annals place the iuveutioii nt ii date probably about 1,000 years before Christ  HAVE YOU EVER TRIED  GOLD STANDARD TEA  yAr: .    ������/. , r;.v, ���  "GUARANTEED THE BESr  IF NOT,  BEGIN NOW.  It if the Beit Value in jCariada  To-day at 35, 40 and 50c  per pound.    '  1 Ib.   and   half  lb.   Lead   Packeti  3 lb. ��nd  5  lb. Tint.  ���-V   N   *VJ   No   S7S  GOOD   JtlATEBIAL      ���__..���  GOOD  WOJ-KMANSHIP  and Good Wear ng Qun11t1���',  Wlien Buying OVERALLS,  PANTS, VESTS, SMOCKS,  OP   WORKINGMEN'S   SHIB'.f  See   that  onch ortlolo boars a  Inbol llko above  Insist on Cotilng _ ���  "King of the Road" Brani  And Take no Ot'"*  EVER Y Q ARffi ENTGO ARANJfJS  STOP IT  ilvery ilrlnk" o.f .liquor'taken,; ���'"'j';'-*?,.^  Fi.i-t bpyonil tbe nalriral ���..*;"������'. '.--<crvi  uses  Ultlnoy: anil; m-er tr"1'1'- ���'��� i���.,���iBh  ���illirif-nls  Ev  hO:  causes   exhaustion Is one of the  on  liy- even   moderate  once tbe  use  of  liquor. ,  en'ces you   to  clo  this It. Is  Hint' you   have   the   disease  nnd ���. tieerl   medlenl   help,  tlio   best   aid.   The   Keelcy  stored    half    a    million    Prpt  the  llSI)  ���c  ew  nt  drtiiklnR;    St'-'';,.,  'f ��' -T,' ,itty��  Th'-n    s-C'-i ^  Cure  li��s���r ���  1 \A-rlt"  henKh. ���prosperity   nnd  linpl'in'f-j    ���r0've  (o-dny  for  evidence  nnd  ��c- J1 ' ���,'  our  claim..   ..Address   In   conflrt-an^'  THE   KEELEY   INSTITUTE  133" Osborne 8t., Winnipeg. THE LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  t^M��_. ��..��..����� ���#-���->-'���*���*>������������  if  WESTERN CANADIAN EDITORS  If    jf '    A Series of Articles Describing   their  Lives, their Alms  and their influence.  46  J.  H. NOBLE.  ���"���"<���  S?E  *v ������   .   *    So,-* .B_..^_ei_ *����  ���tew-*/*  ^trJSjSRfSfi. ���,  &f.;'. '",*���*'-*���  w4  J. H.  NOBLE. , ,   '    "  I ,'   '       i  ntor and Proprietor  of the  Herald,  Oxbow,  Saskatchewan.1'  f |l J *L '  Jiiih siiiios,of' personal , fel*etched    oi  Jnl-kiion-n   Western  editor*, estublishes  Kit iu tlio' prairie portion of Canada,  7 eveiywlu'i-e   olt>o     throughout- , the  Jtieiica'n   eoutiriont.  . the     proprietor  % the typical country paper is, almost  jvaiiabJy a  printer.     His graduation"  fto 'journalism ��� was  by-way   of  "tlie  |��u,'J,   Should  ho ever ntjain  to the  Hgnity   of     armorialu   bearings,     the  ���fttick" ,rat..br  than  pelicil'    or    pad,  fbiiltl   be  his.. 'eraldic   insignia?    The  totropolitun < newspaper   man ,/ abifosr  Sways, got  into    wo     profession, by  beans of'the notebook, and pencil.    Ho  tartcd   out  as   "cub 'reporter,"   after  jonti ibuting  occasionally  as/a   "space  ���dian,1''andi did  'regular-   us&igmnui.ts  It the lire halls, -the ���* police t station,  ind making'the daily rounds-of hotels  jo keep   in  touch, with   tlio travolling  public by means ol  -.id hotel* register s.r  His business., primarily, wa's_ that of a  Bev-.s gatherer -and -notts "writer. ; An><  kiipHlodge*>,of, the  mechanical^ depart-*  Jut'fit.s of. nowspiiper    production"_' was  jnciiloiital   afid   i>eeorid��ry., ,*Jiut-" with  lhe lcpresontative country editor arid  liibli-licr mechanical- knowledge    pre-  jedod,  generally  by'many years,  any  practice  in   newspapov",  writing.,   Tho  Jbuln   of   western  cou'ntiy" cditois    are  IkiHod printers,  who in  the couise of  fto-us havo piit by enongli .to purchase  I)erliaps,lai-gc!ly   on     their    credit,     a  BvVaslungton    press,  a    small    jobber,  "ml  the  absolutely  necessary  cas&s; of  body  and   display   type.    fJ-Yom   these  tnodest ' beginnings    frequently,    com-  Siionce some 'most.sfttisfuctory -business  intcrprises.     They     grow' - with    the  |iwth'pf ,*�����������,   town    or,   dis-.net    m  cinch thoy "are, located, 'givo  good-in-  ijomos to  their', proprietors,~>* **��*-*   j".0-  gome at onco: tlie'fonntf"for the   du,-  feission. of local"'alTaiis, .arid the high-  !st arbiter , s to i.io manner in which  sbose af-'tfu'-- aio    disposet,   of.*'"' l<Ye-  Kio'iitlv  tho  proprietor/in,''ofoiice-oF.  Srinciplos or, policies advocated sin his  paper,  finds  himself elected, to  muni-  Spal*councih ort local," legislature    on  She ground so -taken, "and   "cases .*, are  irequciit in Qaiiadian"histbry; in which  lew-paper men' hrivo l;h"us become pro-  fincial or  national figures.1 - ���   .  I A countiy'-publisher-of    this    typo,  Ind one who'rway 'ono'day bo as well  liioi-.ii   throughout   the   uhole  of  Sas-  jntchewan as ho to-day is in  his own  Jicalitv,   is John   II.   Noble,   editor  cf  Biojiriotor    of    the     Oxoow  - Hcmlci.  Lilcp the  groat' majority   'of    western  Sew spa per men; Mr. Noble is a young  Jian.  being  not  yot  much     p***">1    l*10  pnitv   mark. '  Also, 'like     the     groat  Jiiajniiry of "Western Canadian editors,  fcNoble  is   an   Ontaiian   by   birth.   , Ho  ��-as born  in  1872  in    Mulmur    town-  finp,  in 'DulTerin county.,   Ho    is    of  ,_iixcd 'Scotch   and  Irish  descent,   and  jffoa salient ehuructerislics of  both  nn-  SBonahtics     are     c<complificd     in     his  Shrewdness, caution and keen senso of  TSiimor. *- |  Jt, When five years of ago, his parents  jTromovod across tho1 St. Clair river to  ggault Sto. Marie, Michigan, and  glioro, ton years aftorwnrds, ho became an approntico to the printing  trade, in which ho has now been continuously engaged for ne��uly twenty  jto.nsv In that pciiod he has work '  an many portions of - tho continent,  gaining insight and experience in  ibotli the book and news departments,  fr'ow men 'in the printing business , in  Western Canada, havo1* as sound a  jpiactic.il knowledge of all dopnrt-  Kiients of tho printing craft' than Mr.  [Noble. From the printing of a dodger  Hip tluough all giades of job work,  rfli^lit up to tho highest giades of  {book piinting, ho is an authority.  STlio tlii-iviiig little town of Oxbow is  ��hulunula in that it has located thore-  jln a in inter who, within the limits  Sinijiosed by tho smallness of his plant,  EC.ti tin ii out woik that invites com-  tji.uisim with that pioduced by melro-  Ijiolit.in cstablishincnts. ���  |    It   ��iis  oiuly  in March,   1903,    that I  IMi    Xoble ciiino to Oxbow to look ovor1  Jtlui  liolcl   with   a  view  to    smrting    a'  liK'uspupor.    So well  pleased     w'as    he  |uitli   the   prospects  that   in   Maich   of  that year the Herald  made its initial  appeal a uco and  began  its over widening career ol publicity -md popularity.  In  typographical  finish and  me.hanic-  ai  make-up, thj Hoi aid is a  ciodit  lc  auy   pubbshei.     Its  displ-iy   lacei-   are  selected   with   judgment,   and   the   announcements   of   tlie   Oxbow      bu'-ine**.*-  house�� aie  Sot   with  ciue     and     tafcto  The  town  is quite f.s    piogH'ssive    a*  am   in     Wester       Canada,  and    both  businc-ia  men  aud larmeis  have   been  fjuic-k   to   recognize   and   aviiil     them-  ��elves   ol   the   ad\antages   offeied   b\  theio being established a paper devot  ed   to  the  interests  of    the     locality.  And tiiough, as set foi th in the beginning   ot   this   article,   the 'tiaining   oi  the, editor  oi   tbe  Oxbow 'Heiaid   ha-*  always  been  along  mechanical    lathei  than   journalistic   lines,   yet     he     hat  developed, consideiable   skill   in   writing and   piesents lo    hW leaders    the  chionicli*   6i   local   happenings     in     a  manner  oi   which  up   newspaper    man  need bo -.ijliBUK'd. 'J.dit'j'ially tlie Her  aid  is moderate in  tone.,    steeling    a  middle   line   between   the  exti'otiies   ol  both   political   puttie*?,   i*\copt  at  election times,  when its adhesion  is dotoi  mined ratlier  by pimciples    than    bi  puity.    The Herald has practically rn<  politics other than the higljest good cl  the locality in, v.hicli   it eiiculatcs.  i   The       increase       in     the     biismes-  of   ' tho     Fleiald     necessitated    -souu  important iinpioveincnts and addition*-  to   tho   plant   ttithin   two   yeais   aftci  its  establishinr-nt. {-Tho   paper  is; nov  printcd   on,   a   , line'    power-    cylinder  press, a now platen press,has been put  in"       and       a     gasoline    engine     in  stalled.'1   It  is    rpnto'   pi enable    that  fuithoi- betterments in ,the  plant will  bo  necessitate^. " shortly ,, by    the    in  creased volume of business be-ing done  ,'Jlr.' Noble's  popularity  in  bib  home  town  and district is testified    by  tin  fact  that within' eighteen 'months  af-  tor having taken up'"residenee thereii  and   uiion   its   irlboiporation",   ho ',��ai  elected  a  member*'of its fir'st uounciL  As may be judged from this tact,  Ik  takes  a   treat" interst    'in     municipal  niatteis, nnd is'a,recognized authont*.  on   such. questions   throughout  bouth  era' Saskatchewan.     '        ~__���^  '   Mr.   Noble's'success  is  not_ only     n  tribute' to his' personal qualities of in-  dustrv,4 thrift, "professional   equipment  and   general' intelligence,   but also   tc  the opportunities offered by. the conn  try Which he. has made his home.    Tc  the "printer, as "to the .former and busi  nese man',' the "West, is the land oKop,  'portunity, a statement' of-which there  afo scores of  men,-like* the. editor  of  the' Oxbow11 Herald, 'who  deulonstrati  the truth.        '     '*,  "  " ' \, ' K'<  ' .Peru ' exported ��� nearly *; $"3,000,000  worth'of sugar last years "'  ,-t.   , ���-_; *, .  ' 'Several'' Armenia - liave ������ been ar-  reste'l.Jfor:uplotting against the'Sultan  of Turkey: '.*'���.       ,  Cash or Cure  MONSTER   BATTLESHIPS.  U.S.  May   Build  of   20,000  not be made,  Can an) lliir.g be fairer <���  Ii you have a Cold, Cough, or any d:  ot the Throat, Lung, or Air Passage-), try  -SHILOH  25c. per bottle.    All dealers gu-ranlce it.  Leviathan  II Shiloh's Conmmption Cure fails to cure j Tons,  jour Cold orCou-ji you getbacJc.il you I v/i.sLinutf.n ���In Dm <'i_t.-_-iou ux  M,d lor rt. You ._-_ sure oJ . Cure o.*^ Jlavaf ^perti> coaot.r_inK the d��-  thes-ash.^ ,. isi-zts oi   the battleship to be ...itlioi-  Hit wasnt a sure cure,  this oSer would j ja_-j   al r}6 pitiSellZ af.i,=_oii ol  cor.jiiess  there is aheuidy obsuived a t'lfi-erence  or opinion concerning the displacement.  Tiie general board is in iavor and has  urgently rcconlrnended a displacement  ol IS,000 tons, as comparing with the  lo.OOO totia cisplacemeiif. plan, which,  Cs considered j .lienor to battk-shijis oi  riioie iccent deaign now ' uudei construction b\ (Jrcat lJut.:iii, Fiance  and Russia. It is believed, however,  'Hut the -.,000 tons adclilion-il dis-  placoiiieut is not buTitient, at least,  ts'ich an opiinorr*is expiossed by certain naval officers, including Hoar-Ad-  iniral Cappir, the chief constiuctor of  the navy. It is pointed out tlut ii  the displacement ol the new battleship  is to be incieused, it might as'wtll bc-  niade 20,000 tons. II is cousideied  that the 2,000 tons extra will not give  the benefit of speed and incrensetcl battery which will compons.ue foi the  extra cost oi the enlargement.' It i=  evi lent'that the discussion of this  point will bo most inteiesting, and  that out of the agitation will develop  a battleship in triis country which will  surpass in size, speed, protection and  armament, a ything of .the same clasp  designed or building abroad. Each  year the^e advances in battleship designs have been considered as mark-  in-j, the end oi tlieir development, but  each year some new dentine has been  a'dopted So that it **��s'Consideiefl that  the development of thp battleship has  by. no means terminated. Tho matter  is stjll under consideration by the naval authorities, and 'it is expected that  ev-on after a delinite decision has been  .eache'l, the light over,tho tonnage  may be carried right into congress.1' ���  GROWING  BOYS.  Raw  Ask Your  (.  OwnDoctor  If he tells you to take Ayer's  Cherry Pectoral for your  severe cough or bronchial  trouble, then take It. If he has  anything better, then take that, i  But we know what he will say;  for doctors have used this  cough medicine over 60 years  r havo mod _7er*s Cherrr Tect-ral (or  nurd ciolds, bud coughs, mid Influenza. It has  Join me great (rood, md I believe* It Is the  iwiit r-oiiKh. modioli)-- In the world for all  throat and lung troublos."-._Ll O. 8TDABT,  Albany, Oregon.  , Mads br J. o. Aj-er Oc, In-well, atau. I  _l��o mn.nnfantra.rer- of j  "\___J__.   iSARSAPARILLA.  ^Sl  \J    HAIR YIQOR....  Ke��.p the bowels open with one of  Ayor'B puis at bedtime, Just one.  Need   an"  Occasional, Tonic, to   Main  -.tain   Health and   Keep,,the    ���  '*.       , - ���   Skin  Clear. '       r     *  On every side'one -sees young, mens  and growing boys,*'with pale, pasty  complexions; their1 faces covered with  pimples anirthcir gate shambling and  listless. Such a - condition * is ox-  troHioly dangerous���the.; blood, is out  of order���-'a complete breakdown���maj  result.' To ,p^ts ' matters light; to  givoMhat spring, to *t]iic, fcCep, ,that  oWrfcoM to-the skin anfl'tlitat glow ol  Ji'ealth-to tlie face, a tome is needed���  Dr. Willi.ims"Pink.I'ills are needed.  As proof of this, Mr. Charles Djefen-  thal '12 St. 'Ursiile street, Quebec,  toys': VFrtiqu'ently my studies neces-  feitatea-my remaining ^up'until a late  hour .The roMiH/.was'tbat my system  Kra-lually,weakened,,and in December,  .,1903, 1 scorned -lo.'.1 collapse., -1 was  bomblotclviriin.down and went under  the cai-ii.-of a doctor, -but -insfttad, of  Kainjiig,strength, 1 seemed to grow  weaker;.' I' could not ��� take solid food,  did" not'"sleep well,, and weakening  night sweats gave me ' fuither-.cause  iov alarm. -.Dr. Williams' Pink Pills  wero brought to my notice and I began their use. Almost from the outset they seemed ' to help me, but it  was some weeks' before there was a  material change for tho better, from  that time on, however, recovery was  ranid, and in a couple of months 1  was as well as ever I had been, and  able to' resume my-studies."  livery dose of Dr. "Williams" 1'iiiK  Pills make .new, rich, red blood; every  drop of pure blood gives stiength and  vitality to .the wdiolo system, and this  strength brings health. .That is why  Dr. Williams1 Pink J"*ills cure such  cases as anaemia, all stomach and kidney troubles, St. Vitus dance, heart  palpitation, the afihetions known only  to growing guls and women, and a  host of other ailments fiom 'which  both young '"and old suffer through  bad blood. Sold by dealeis in medicine' of by mail at 50 cents a box or  six boxes for i?2.-30 from the Di.. "Williams Medicine Co., Brockvillo, Out.  Ostriches  in a  Storm at  Sea.  "Ostriches arc terrible creatures to  have aboaid a ship In a storm," said  a sailor. "Knocked about by- the  waves, they fall and break their legs.  XV8 once carried 12 superb ostriches.' (They were good sailors.  Their sea appetites were fine., But  two days from port a nasty gale overtook us.  And then it was pitiful to see those  ostriches. The ship's lurches and  ducks knocked llicm off their pins,  sent them rolling back and forth, tn  and fro, wildly, helplessly.  Imagine a dozen ostriches, now on  their feet, and then���bang-- on their  backs, tlieir long legs in (he air, rolling every way. What you'd expect  to 'happen happened, of course. Their  legs broke. You could hear above  the storm (he Sharp crack of the  splitting bone.  Of those- 12 fine ostriches only two  reached port alive."  Indigestion, that menace to human  happiness, r*illl<>��-5 In llf- assaults, and  no respecter of poisons, has met Its  conqueror In South Ameik-Hn Xcivlne  This fficflt (-ton-inch and in.-i-.-e lenieilv  stimulntcs digestion tones lhe nerves,  li Ms cli dilation drives out impurities,  dirpols emaciation nnil U-'ntrs bnck the  clow of pcifoct health C\i'-s liiindic'ls  11' "cliicnic-" Hint hn-.'* Iinfllud phys-  ti.l.iii's.���tiS  "I   Trust You."  '���I owe my saltation to three wcuds  you spoke" he wiote. "when all tho  woil.l was against me jou said, 'L  trust you.' *' -.,.,.  If 'every boy or girl'who has made  mistakes could .hove, such 'a .-.friend,-  a grorit-mnny' of them would return to  a  normal  life. .  Tim feel in--'- that- somebody believes  in us, no matter 'what others may believe or"' say. .'touches,, .-the heart.  Criminals aro sometimes -totally re-,  formed bv the'consciousness |that somebody still believes in them no matter  how" low they may have fallen. '  Could we realize how much this  trust and confidence would do for a  man when everything else has ' failed,  wo should be more generous of our  . confidence in our fellows.  SHOULD WOMEN WORK  To VYhat  is'Theirslncreasing  Competition with   Men  in   Business  Leading   Us.  ' Neaily ft-.e million    women    go    to  work every dav^in Die United States,  ���i'ro to paid work, whether the returns  ihe'lno dollar_ a week or ten thousand  a yeai. 'Sixty years ago Harnett Mai-  tineau,   while     visiting     America,   dedal ed  that  she  found  heie  but seven  occupations ,for ���womca:-  needlework,  teaching, taking'boarders, typesetting,  employment     in    cotton   rnrlls,     boot-  binding,   and  'domestic .service.     iNow  theie me staicely    seven    occupations  clcsed to them; they are pouring into  the  woild  of    activities,   and  the live  millions wrll be ax at tho next, counting. ,' * ll Tl  , Whether or not you or they, litff  the change is wholly , unnnpo>-tant.  As someone has Suggested, the', early  eohippus may havo resented changing  into a horse and'his ueighbms may  have greeted his , development  in ihe matter . of hoofs arid legs  with acidly ''91 itical comment; but,  when once stalled .hoiseward, nothing  could'"stop him: he" had to adjust luin-  selt to the outer conditions that demanded one coricciltrated toe in the"  place' of five. In'tlie same way woman  is being swept, along in a great, vague,  irresrstabld wave of, economic change  when she turns her face down town in  tho'caily morning. ���     '   -        ',  She will pass an alarmist uttering  his dismal'note on every corner;', his  .warning is prophetic ot last f-charm,  lost- power, and lost position. One .declares that piesciitly man will cease  altogether to suppoit woman, ii this  thing goes on increasing, and then  how about home and "mother? The  answer tb^ that���not new', but worth  repeating���is that man never has supported woman. * To suppoit means tc  provide "with the necessaries of hie.  Who was doiiig the 'laiger shaie ,of  this, tlie man who raised and slieared  the sheep, or (the woman who caidcd,  spun and wove the wool, and, cut aim  sewed the.clofches?���the man who shot  the b'u-d' or the woman ,who, plucked  and cooked it?���the man who provided  the yarn or the.'.woman who'kmp the  'stockings? It is a iairly''even matter  this-"suppoit," in the days when most  of the'lmman needs weie worked out  under each  Lndiviclu.il roof.  ( '  saries are bought instead of made, and  In humbler liomes, wheie the neces-  yof there,, is but., ono'source of money,  we often get/a picture of.1 a shriveling,  careworn-hither    staggering    under  a  Aein-hts,Jof Strumming, >mbroi eun  spendins daughtois that makes us re-,  joie'e i^thatfswelllng five, -��fjl����"�� "  their gainful occupations. How can  t ey do it, .these kindly, careless girls,  and 'whaf.wil! become 'of-them whcti  they have v. qrked t .Uioir victnn , to  death? Surely some,change in a system that allows'such- uneven burdens  need mot' make' us' fear .a lessening ot  woman's intrinsic value; she' will have  gained in. every sense when 'f���**  comes ashamed.to. rest, her liealthy  young weight on overburdened shoulders. iThat'by going to work she competes with,man and reduces his earnings is a problem foi professional  economists to struggle with ; though it  has been suggc-tcd that, as a pioduc-  et, she always has competed with man  and reduced his earnings, w hcther she  wove her own clotne-s or earned them  with a typewriter.���Juliet \\"boi  Tompkins, in "Success Magazine.  _^____________________��������� yf  1 Thousands of Rats. '  The plague at Osaka, Japan, according to mail advices received by  the steamship, Aragonia, has proved  a benefit to at least a portion of the  nhabitants of the city, in that It has  provided them with a new and piofit;  able industry in rat catching. The  bounty on the rodents, which have  been 'proved exclusively to carry the  infection, has been recently increased  to seven sen a head���two sen being  the equivalent of an American cent���  and now more than 3000 rats are said  to be brought in daily.  More than 1,500,000 rats have been  handed over by rat catchers since, the  purchase of the rodents was begun a  little more than a'year ago. In eight  months, according to official reports,  33S rats have .been found in Osaka  containing the plague bacilli. In ono  day 23 of tlie rats brought in were  found to be infected.  Owing to such piecautions as these  taken by the Japanese authorities  and carried out with a thoroughness  which would put an Occidental health  officer to shame, the plague, ,though  Mstcnt for some months, has never  assumed   alarming  proportions.  A woman who appealed in a London  police eouit was described as a "pawning agent."  In l-.ngl.i_id, out of every 1.000 inhabitants sovonty-Uuee aie mote than  sixty years oi  age.  A number of joung toacheis from  France and 1'iussia are to bo attached  to schools in Scotland.  Minard's   Liniment  Cures    Distemper.  John Jacob Astoi. son of William  Waldoii Astor. has jomed the r'iist  Life Guards  un. London.  Inventories of chinch lands in Paris  wore taken in twentj-sovi'ii more  chin chest.  State of Ohio,.City of Tolodo, '  i   Lucas County,  Frank   J.   Cheney   tr.ak��8 oath that he  Is, senior   partner   of   the a firm of F.  J.  Chenoy & Co. doing bualnect. ln the city  of, Toledo;   County   and  Statu   aforesaid,  and. that  Bald  firm  will  pav  the sum  o(  ONE HUNDRED  DOLLARS for each and  every   case    of    Catarrh  that cannot be  cured bv the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.  ,      ,FRAKK J.   CHENEY. '  .Sworn  to before me,and subscribed In  my  presence this   6th   day   of December,  A. D., 1886. ,      ,    A. W.'OLE A SON.  (Seal/) . ' Notary Public  'Hall's Catarrh, Cure Is taken internally  and acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. Bend for  testimonial.-..free. ���.    .        _  F. J. CHENEY, &  CO.,   Toledo,   O  Sold  bv  all   Drugs-lsts.,1.*...    ������ '���*  'Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation  Photographing   Disease1 Germs.  -Bpston, Mass.���Ac discovery of "great  impoitance 'in medical science- has  been made by Prof. Hr C. Ernest, the  bacteriologist of the, Harvard Medical  School.' _ The discovery relates, to the  photography of disease'germs'without  the aid'of chemical coloration.  Prof. Krnest, who -has been assisted  in his three, 'years' experimentation  by Prof. J. i".." Morse and XV. C Sabine, has evolved' a process of photographing the germs by, mean*, of the  so-called ultri-violet rays -of the spectrum, so ihat each germ stands out  separate. Formerly this .process *���*.of  discovering the 'size .and shape of  geims was' carried ,on by chemical  means. <    ,       '   ���      ,..  CANADA'S  TIME.  Mr.  Meldrum     Stewart    Tells    How *  Clocks are Kept   Right.  At the  meeting of thin Itoj-,1 Astro- i  nomic.il  Society  ot    Canada  a    paper '  w_-j  i&_,d   on  the  time  senict.  at  tlw  Dominion   Observatory   at   Ottawa   b->  Mi    R   Meldrum Stewait    MA,  who (  is in charge of tlie seivice     Eveiyone, ,  iioixi the   railway'management  to the  man  on  the street,  is    ultimately de l  pendent on  some    observatory    (lock  *  The   method   of   determining  the  tiire  fiom the  stais was explained, and al-j  ���so the essentials of a good clock.    The j  ultimate   standard  at the  observatory !  winds itself up electrically every hall- '  minute.    It keeps time with the slurs,  and so i.s called a sidereal clock.    The  chic-f mean-time    clock    wlucli    keeps  ordinary   times   is    checkr-d    dailv   by  comparison   with   the     sidcieal     dock.  By electrical means t!i">5 clock controls  a clock in    each oi    the    got eminent  buildings,   and   these     again     actuate  dials placed    in  imcIi    of the    rooms  Four  insulated     whes  run     from   the  Observatory    to    the    city    for      thi=  purpose,    At present there arc J-. dials  in the Parliament Buildings, GO in the  West Jilock and  48 in  the    Langevin  Block.    These,   with    a    lew    others,  make up a -total of 214 dials.  A Delicious Drin!  Minard's Liniment Co.,, Limited.'  Gentlemen.���My daughter, 3'' years  old, was thrown from a sleigh and  injured ber elbow so badly it remain-,  ed srifi: and very painful for three  years. Four bottles of MINARD'S  LINIMENT completely cured her and  she has not be-e'n troubled for two  years.    <  .    , '       Yours  truly,  'J. P. LIVESQUE.  St. Joseph,   P.Q., ISth Aug.,'1900.  Geylon Natural Green Tea will oufdraw  the finest Japan grown.  Lead     Packets     Only,     40c.,-,   50c,     and    60c.    per    Ib.        At all    Grocers.  Highest Award   at St. Louis 1904,  An   Unfortunate   Child.  Apropos of  misses and masterfc,  the  "only  child"   has  alv._js    beeii   pitied  because  he  is    lone-sou..*,  and  beta use- bj  he has been  pitied  he  hfls also    been   ,Jt  <*PI^ai s  th.  ���    ,.       .        ��� -,   r f-<iiid i tlir-     An  Help the Overworked 'Heart.���Is the  great'cnglne which pumps life through  your system hard pressed, overtaxed;  groaning under' its load because disease  has' doused it? Dr. Agnew's Cure for  the Heart is nature's (.lubricator' and  cleanser, and ���dally demonstrates to  heart sufferers that It Is the. safest, surest, ^and most speedy remedy that medical  science knows.���67.        (* .' ,  '     Where .Women are Murzled.     ,  v '"Women 'of the better class in Muscat  all 'Wear muzzles, which barely allow  them 'to open,.the mouth or see with  tlie eye, ,or sVieeze.   s    r ," '  Jf there happens lo be a Cleopatia  in Muscat she will never fascinate any  Anthony by the beauty of her well-i  shaped nose, for it is kept in a specially made, ugly'case, in.which it is impossible to tell its shape. But-with  its faults this is a far. better system  than that of cutting off the nose, as  men in the Kangia distiict, in India,  aie wont to do when any of 'their  spouses have pi oved too fascinating.  ROSY-CHEEKED   BABIES.     ���-  Nothing in the world is such a comfort and joy as a healthy, hearty,  rosy-cheeked, happy baby. But the  puce of baby'a health ��� and happiness  is constant vigilance on the v motliei's  part. Tho little ills of babyhood  come suddenly and the w iso mother  will always be in a position to tr eat  them at once. In promptly lelieying  and curing the ills of babyhood and  childhood no other medicine can equal  ���Baby's Own Tablet:,, and they are  guaranteed absolutely free from opiates muT hnimful drugs. Mrs. Wm.  Sinclair, Hebron, N ,B.. says:  "Baby's Own Tablets are the best  medicine I know of for curing the ills  of young children. I .alwajs keep  the Tablets in the house and do not  know how I could got along >.w ithout  them." Sold by all medicine dealers  or by mail at 2o cents a box, from  the Dr. Williams Medicino Co.,  Brockville, Ont.  Dust on the Ocean.  '���To talk-of a 'dusty' ocean highway  sounds absurd, but the expression is  perfectly accurate,'' states a wiiter.  "JJJVeryono who is familiar with ships  knows that, no matter how carefully  the docks may be washed in the  morning, a great quantity of dust will  collect by nightfall, l ou say, 'But the  m,odern steamship, burning hundreds  ol tons of coal a day, easily accounts  for such a deposit.' Tmo but the  records ol" sailing vessels show that the  latter collect more dust than a steamer 'On a recent voyage of a sailing  vessel���a journey which lasted 97 days  ���24 barrels of dust weie swops ironi  the decks! The captain was a man of  scientific- tastes, mid made careful ob-  .sei vntious, but could not solve ("n"o  mysteiy. Some, no doubt, comes fiom  the wear and tear on the sails and  rigging, but that accounts for only a  sm.ill portion. To add to the nijsteiy,  bits ol coik, wood, and vegetable  blue are frequently lound in this sea  dust.    Wheie does it come iroim?'"  Suffer Xo More���There are thous-  iiids  who  live     miserable    lives     bo-  ,cause dyspepsia dulls tho faculties  and   .shadows  existence  with   a   cloud  jo', flepression. One way to dispel the  vapors thai beset the  victims of this  ���'disorder is to order' them a course of  Parmelee's Vegetable Pills, which are  among the best vegetable pills known  being easy/to take and are most efficacious in their action. A trial 'of  them will   prove this.  Cannibals Who Cannot Count,  London.��� Arithmetic is' ^ not a  strong point as yet with the'natives  of New Guinea, acording ' to Prof.  Selignian, in a,.discourse on the Papuans at tho Royal College of Suigeons.  Tlieir numt*rical ,system 'only extends  as far as five', he said, and they onlj  had words for one an_ "t^o. Tlipy  wrote five as'"two, two', one," and beyond that, thoy, could not get. '  There ir^a new language about every  twenty miles and cannibals still flourish. The great thing to do over there  is, after having eaten yoiir' man, to  koep his,4skull and carve it. When  the'wan ior gets old he loans his "skull  as a talisman to 'the young braves.  petted. Petting is not good for any  body,"and, consequently, hundreds oi  reasons have bedn advanced in suppoit  of the theory that laige families were  preferable to small and that children  should be. "taught their place,'' and  have the selfishness drummed out ol  them' by other children a trifle older  and stronger. However, the hero ol  this stoiy put in a now plea for o  ruinier oils pi ogefny w hen he returned  the other noon fiom an institution of  learning 'for beginners, lie was evidently in  abyssmal  spirits.  "What's the matter, with you now?"  queried his mother, * -','miss in arithmetic again, or did, you get your hem-  .stitchiug and clay  modelling wrong?''  "Nope,'* ho replied, dejectedly1. j -'!  ain't got' nobody t6 catch < anything  from. It'3 funny I can'-1, havo no  brothers nor sisteis.hke the rest of the  scholars. Richrud Eafliri. who sits, in  the next' seat to me,1 has caught thc-  mcasle.s from the twins'in his.house;  lie's ��ot 'em double and he don't have  to1 go to school foi two weeks.V���Providence Journal.      > '  Most   Sovereigns   Smoke.  London'���1 From a mass oi iii*< i-f sting  inalti-r concerning th/* smokn-g habits  or   the   lul'-i*.   of   llu-   woild,   c<jll.'*_ti-d  (irm-*r  i-liplniii.it   in   Washington,  .hat  while     King  Kdv..i[d  sTu.in     Ri'ipeior     p'ofir  Czai  ,u c  cigar-,, the Kars.*i and the  devotees of the ciguictt'*.  ' The Sultan of Turkey, in spite ol  the popular idea to Die contiai'v,, is a  non-smoker, iind the Kiugof tho liul-  gians contents himself with a'Cigarette if he cannot indulge in ins favtfi-  itc briai  pipe.'1 ,  It is said that the King or Portugal  smokns loity-* cigais a day and he Jus  been declared to be*the most inveterate smoker of all the c*J ow lied hou'ds.  I'ope I'nis X. occasionally *-,mol.es a  cigar.' _  With the exception of the Queen of  Holland, the 1<i"g of Baviii ia, and the  Sultan,, every reigning monarch is a/d-  dicted to the use'of tobacco- ..'  fviinard's   Liniment   Cures   Diphtheria.  Origin of the'^Woolsack.  ' Tho woolsack on which the Biitish  Loid Chancellor sits,' is a Jl.uge squate  bag of wool covered with red cloth.  It was fiist used in the time'ot I-CI-  ward ill, to remind the-pecrs of the  gioat importance of tlio wool tiade" ro  Jingla'nd/and the consequent necessity  of keeping friendly with Flandcis. ^  It is an Officer of the Law of Health.  ���When called in to attend 'a disturb-  ._.... ���    , .     ,. ,        _  .   .ance**it searches out the'hi.ding-place  Itch, Mange, Prairie   Scratches^Cub- iof  p.un< <an(-   -ikc_  a   ~uai-dian   of the  'peace, lays., hands ,upon it and says,  T arrest you." Resistance is 'useless  as this' law of health imposes a sent-'  ence of perpetual banishment on  pain, ami Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil  was originated to enforce that sentence,   f        '      i        i      , ' ���  an,ltch"on Human or animals cured  in/30 minute's by Wolford's Sanitary  Lotion. It never1 fails. At all druggists.  ',.- Ogling  Explained.       ,,  "Madame,"' finally said, the little  man in the coiner seat, "I bog your  pardon, but���" ' "Sir!'" indignantly  snapped the fair but haughty passenger, "how "daie 'jou address me? I've  noticed you ogling mo;'I do not know  you." '"No, ,madanie;<? and what's  more,1 guess you'don't know you're  standing o'n   my pet corn I".   *���  Minard's   Liniment   Cures1 Colds,  tS.c.  t  The Paiis Academy of Medicine of-  ���or�� a piize,e\ory year ior tl"? discovery of a cine for tubercnoo's   ��'   '    '  Sergeant Summoned Himself.  ' A .Bristol. England, police sergeant  the other, day.pioved the serving of a  summons on himself tor allowing'a  chimney at Stoke Bishop J'olice station to" be oil* life. ^ He acted as wit-1  ness and clciViident, itntl explained  that the fiiO/j-was caused'by a child  tin owing paper on the coals He, was  away at the time', but his wife1 called  lii'mby telephone to detect the offense.  He was f_.ied.2s,t>d., ; '  Dyspepsia   This disease from which so  'many suffer gives the average physician a'great deal'of trouble.   The  best medical men have  endorsed '.  " Psychine," and recommended it  in   scores  of  the  most . obstinate  cases. It has never failed in a single  instance to give prompt relief, and  f "a permanent cure -when-directions  i   have  been followed.    The system  .   of cure  is entirely different from  any of the old fogey pills, powders  or   tablets.    L A   few   doses ' will  ' remove the tightness  and weight  on'stomach. '   Taken  regularly it  positively cures general   distress,  >  flatulency,    nervousness,    coated t  tongue, heartburn and palpitation.  If you havehever used "Psychine"  '   don't   hes'itateia  moment longer.  Ask your nearest ^druggist.  GREATEST OF ALL( TONICS  Pronounced si^kee^) .��  ALL DRUCCISTS���0KE' DOLLAR���TRIAL' FREE  DR. T.'A. SUOCUM, Limltod '  >���  179 Kins St. W.,    Toronto, Canada  THE SETTING* HEN���Her failures  have discouraged many a poultry raiser.  You can , make uioney  raising chicks in the ridht  way���lots, of it.  No ono doubt* that therei is money in raisiii'ij   A  Tjjdht, Pleasant and Profit  'iliiekons with u b'uod incubator and Brooder. ,,**����   '    . r        *,*/_-.���--,.-.--.  Brooder able Business for Women  The Chatham Incubator and  Brooder has created a New Era  ih Poultry Raising. c  The setting Hen as a Hatcher  has been proven a Commercial  *_ ,  Failure.  The Chatham Incubator, and  Brooder has always proved a  Money Maker.*  Users of tde Chatham Incubator and  all made money,   if you still cling-to the  as twenty .settmB hens, and do it better,  berc U n question in i.i ltluuetic .���  If you keep ".*0 hens fi om lnj inir  for 8 w eoks, how much ensh do  you loaoit each hen wouldharo  laid 3 dozen e^trs, and eggs aro  worth 15 cent*, per do_en?  Therefore, whon the Chatham Incubatot is  hatching-tho number ot cuks that twonty hens  would hatch, it is really en-rmntriiicashfor you  S'1.00. besides producniff for your profit clucks  by the wholest-lo, and beini*; ready to do thp  sumo tiling- over again tlio moment each hatch  is o.'F.  Don t you think, tl.erefoie, that it nays to  k.-op Iho hens layiiiir nnil let tho Chatham  Incubittor do tho ni-tchtug"  There are many othet reasons why tho  Chatham Incubator and Brooder outclasses  the hUltuiK lion- .      ���.    ,  The hen sets when isho is ready. I tie Chat-  hum Iiii-iib.mor is ul��.i)d icndy. By planning  to fciko oll'a hatfh at the utrht time, sou may  have plenty of broiler**, to s,-ll when broilen.  uo-scarce and pneudiit tlio ton notch. If jou  ���lepoii'l on tho lii'ii, jour chicks will crow to  liiiiilcisiii ,t when every other hen's chicks aro  liL-inii- maikotod, and tthui the price is not so  sllll.  The hen isu raiolessiiinthcr often leaning her  clucks aiuoiiKi-Lwi'i (*niss, luislie-snndiu places  mIicio nits can conllscale her yuuiif,-.  I'lio ('hue ham Hromloi biluuc-i it��clr, i-. a  ncilect mother and uiv* larclj loses a chick,  mil is not infest nl williluc.  AltiifCctlH-i. theio is nb-oluti-h no ica-sonablo  reason lor continimiPT the u-c of u hen as a  h it. lift imrl cm"! ipisoii win >ou should  have il ('hat ha in luculiitor and 1 homier  We an* mikiriu: a >i*'5 *|Hiiul oiler, which  it will piy sou U) ni4.c-siif;.itc.  Small Premises Sufficient  For Poultry Raising.  m-iinu-se   if \ou ii.ne luis of room, so much  Iho bt.Uur, but 1....H.V .. I  .in.l woman aie.  cartwiiiff on-asiicocs-sfiil nnd profitable poultry  business in a small city or town Int. Anyone  'with a fair sized stable-or shed unil-a small  yard can raise poultry' prolitnbly.  But. to make 'money ipiickly, you must pot.  ���away from the old idea of trying lo do business  with sot-tints hen's us hatchers. Vou must (,-et a  Chatham Incubator, and Brooder. -    *   ���  ,'crybody to got- a.tair start in tho  winch, porhupsS-ou arc not prepared to make  just now, and  this is just v.heio our special  lor comes m.  If you arc in carnct, wo will set you up in   t,   IU,smoney in the poultrj business undliaio  io poult iy business without-a cent ot cisii   lollIlll tll__ *.)l-lrith o�� larm.n.r*") piohtalilu that  down.   If we incic not sure that the Chatham t,       ,HUC .���,laueii s,*\er.il ( h itham lncuba*  \ns.���59.00.   Incubator and Brooder is the best unci that tors and Hi oodei-s iifaci tijini? the iu-t.  with it and it leasonublc  .mount oi eiiort on       i-cihaiis \ou tiunk th u u il.iu'1-.s a cient  your p.tit J'ou are sure to make money, we deulof tune or a gr, at dcil of t_cluuciil know  would not make the special otter below.  WE WILL SHIP NOW  TO YOUR STATION  FREIGHT  PREPAID  A CHATHAM  and BROODER  You Pay us no Cash  Till After 1906 Harvest  ������Gentlemen.-Your No. I Incubator is all  t.gbt. 1 "Hi poifoalj,.satisfied ,��it li it. v* .11  . get a larger one from you next year. ��1. Al.  LocKW'Ou'u, Lindsay. Ont."  ''Gentlemen,���I think both Incubator and  Brooder is all right, 1 got 75'per cent, out of  three hatches.   K. S. Fi.EM I NO. Plittts v.ille, OnU  Gentlcinen,���I had never seen un incubator  ifintll I received yours. 1 was plenscil and stir-*  I iriscd to get over SO per cent., and the chickens  are all   strong   and   healthy.    A child  could  Toennbluev~ ---.- -   ..---   . , ,  rtiflit.- wi..- -in tho noultrv business, w-o inaKc ,..... .... .si.s...^,   ......   ....---���:-*���.   ,-- -�� -,, ....i. -  Letters -dropped   into-ii  box  in Paris   ITcry   special ofTor  wi.icl. it is worth your   operate machine successfully. J as Day. liath-  '  "  ' " whilc'to investigate. well. Jinn. , ,    , .���...,���  <���> r- .-vrnntro-il'  Wo can snpplv vou i.uickly from our distributing warehouses at Calgary, Brandon. Rcgina, \\ imiipcg, New V-._csUiur_.to.. IU ��� Montreal.  Halifax, .Chatham."   Factories at CrtATlUM. (int., and ln.Ti.orr, IMrcH  aro delivered in Berlin, within an Hour  arid a half.  : Tho young\croivn princess of Germany refuses to allow the use of a  bearing rein on  Her horses.  HalllaX,  Unatlinill.     ruuu.rii.-s ..*.   s          ......        ____  -  rm-nr m -a nr      _~i * t8,T * Ffc A  The MANSON CAMPBELL CO.,. limited, Depf. M-Oo 235.C-JATHAM, CANADA  I Let us quote you prices on a good Fanning "Mill, or good Farm JScafe,  I ...        ��� '   ��� ��� ���        *���* ���  ���M  i iv C  .-48  *->' r  t",  h  in  Sir  SI.  . ti ��; f  'r-iil  .;*  til  ���  ^1  Is  ���7 c < 1  i 'H  No. 3���240 Eggs    .    .  THE CHA TIIAMTNCUBA TOR���Hi  suaess has encouraged many to ma^t  more money ilian tlarv ever thought  possible out of chicks.  Every farmer-Should  Raise Poultry*5  "lit Yiio*'HrsA place' we can pi o\e to you that   "oator. ..,���.���,,,���.       vlmostcvciy fanner "keeps hens 'but.'wliile  our actual ca.-l.los,, in eggs, winch the 20 hens    , Any* onian -��Uj a11 tlio.hMiol^^   hokno.��-tl-,.t W.-acc^^^^  'ia\call made money,   ii ���i sun uiub w"�� \r-,.,v women aio to-d-av making* an  ���Id idea that you can successfully run a poultry ^"J V,"n~nan i PUU ���e by monev  busincs, ubi-db the hen as a hatcher,-,v-* w ouM ^SX^^e^j^1^ a "Chatham  nke toiaason Willi jTon. ],���.���.  mi pio\e to you that oator.  EKs winch tho -0 hous Any -woman witli a little lersuic tunc .  .hould lay   dUnne the   time jou keep  them disposal can, ^vli;\Vollt- Ei.n,?T-hP1i-:^?rVSl lw> ^Sultr"*?   iirtli^biis'ine.-Vin en win u lettuiff it.takeiiara  i.it chine-aiid brooduiR. will be enough to pay or without a cent or cash, bepn liic l>o*J-J*fJ    of llselt. few- tanners aie aw at a or how much  oi a Chatham Incubatot and Brooder in live business and make money rig-ht from the start,   fi1^^ -0.lnf- ,.%cl.y yl.,ir b5- Pl*t gettuiB into  ii siM IiLlchcs, to say tiothintr whatever of the Perhaps vou have a friend -who is domjj e-o.   the poultry business iusue'u a way as to make  arser and  better results attained by the u*=o t �� 110t.-*,*, o can giie jou the names of many who   iealiiioiiestmto.it,            ,                           .  jf tlie Chatham Incubator and Brooder. started with much misgn inK only lo be tair-      rCj10 -.otLnifr hen as a hatcaei- wul never Dp a  --      - -���* -���-  .. 1....1. .i.r. .���--      .. ,.,... t)Uames& is to lay  iy  n  and  ,on. sou can ian-o  chickens fiom c mj-"'-?1iriiu; -iiilil Winter and  hav oa crop evet..-month.    TiuiiKOf it I  Quite a few tanners have di-coseiea  that  uutl VI  UlUli vi   ��'' h" "v   "*f "    "-��� ���     ~ , i  led-fe to nii-e chickens with a I'liatham liu-u-  Iwtoi and Hiooiler. ,lf =o. jnu aio irrcatls mistaken. Your wire* or daughter ca.i attcr.u to  the machine and Ion', aftoi the chuUciis wiin-  out mluitpuug villi then le^ului household  duties.  The market is nlwass cond and price,; are  never lo\4. The denial *1 i-ah\a\s m t\u-H cf  the supply i>nil at ceitain tune- of ll.o \< ai sou  can pi.tctic.ill> Kct ,.n> pute uu -aii* toa-kror  Kooilbioil.'is. \\ uhai. 'latliam Imiiliiloi in.I  Htomlcr sou can st.,*- h iti liin_r at the i irli-  tinic to hniik- l'ie i li ��� ki 'is to m.u kt'taWu  bioiloi's when llu s ip,,| i- \ci j U144 anil the  pricesaisonluurl. Iu_.-li '1 ins jou euulil novel  do wilh hens as li id lu is  We know that theie 1- ui*in"v 111 tin* poultry  business fm cseij f ii'ii- 1 who wiliu�� abuiil it  HKlit. All vou hasulod )-.- li> (.-it a t liathniii  Inciibilnr.iiiil HiouUr.i.ul si i-i it. Butii.i-  h ips - oiiaio not pn'p lieu .iiisr now to >i�� ml  the nione'S. Ihis is why wc make the spei ml  ollci.  IS THIS FAIR ?  Wo know the 0 is 11 on. v miaisiinj chieUoiis.  Wo  know     Hit'    ' n.al.aiu    lneiitiatoi    und  Bioodi'i h 1- no c.pi il ....  We know  Hi it with anvei 011 ihle el.o.. on  >OUl    put, V   III"   I    I'O     III   .   I 1 ikl    IIIOI.CJ  OUt Of  the Chilli .in Ini 'I it.)i .1 ' ' I'-.i'o.n 1. ,  We* kiuiv, I'i 't wi ' 1 u.i is, 1 111 one. 11st,  veiraiid th't 11 e\i ��� ,i-til.- . ,iin,iit- wen*  iiu't iliitrfui mil P on li. 1. 1 'h' *i "liny  1 ase's nioni \ 44 is i < o'lip.i'iu il i>> 'etl' la c\-  piOssiia. s it .fa. t'o . ,  I In 1 "in i.i n im nn hesilalii-ii 1 1 makiiiB  this pm, ii.itiiiii I" tui) lniiii-) i.mie-l 111.in  Ol until in wli" mi-i w i-h to 1 III I ) laei. >c.u iy  pi'OUts with a smiill expuiiilii-tiiu yt lime anil  " This really.moans tliat 'wc will set you up In  tlie poultry business so that you can, make  nioiicv riirht from the start, without, asking .or  a'sinsjlcci'iitrroin .vou until tifter lfKX. harvest.  ���If wo knew ofa,fairi'r..ll'er, w-�� would make it,  ���Write us a post can! with "your niuiio and  address, and wo will send you full particulars, as  wclla-sourboaiitifiilly iilust.ratnl book. How  to inako money oiit of chicks. Write to-day  to Chathnm. ' -*..  -TITT. TSlAnF.R, -MOVIE. BftJT TISH'COI.UMM<\  V,"J*_.  , -���'���$*?'  '-''."'(���Sfif  iw*y  rft��  ���mm  s _.J.^5fl>*   ii  ��� mil  ,1* -w  i-^.-jsi *  ?1ji->;t>  IP  ��f,  /iii-*  M-sr  ���_-   , J  '��� ���-i  5*_" ,��*  "'fffH'  'vfi'Ii-.'til;  ��� JSi'Ki;;,  'V';V-'s-  TDB-MOYIfi LEADER.  2 'nii-hn in tht iutt*r��fst of tbe people  ' oi -tluyit- and East Kootenay.  surji. & c.o.,  Publishers.  BaTBS Ol   jUUSCItll-TlOK.  ���li -.e *. -~t *  ..���12.00  f-.-ViURl-AY, MAS 17, 1906.  i'TJZ CITY BEAUTIFUL"  \u <- ii* ti will be made this yeaf to  make Moyie the moist al.raotive town  between Mauieorf and Kootenay Land  sng. The raw, materiil is here,and all  that is required is to give it the 'finishing, touches aud the polish. To do  lu'atbe  il_res'"tl.ijigs  ui0*;t  .-ssential  pre:  '*   The keeping of the' front   and   back  jiirds ecruiiiilouhly clean.      .-<���  ,    Repairing of aidowalLr. j^ri  I;_**"Ir.g  ���        "    , .' "���     ",V   r->Vs '  lli' ni in repair.  A liberal use of paint. .  Besides a harmonious and 'persist-*-  cui orTjirt must at all times be made  Viy tho residents to make .visitors and  ���prospective investors see the bright  aide 61 things whe,n tbey come here.  To accomplish this there should be no  ^'knocking" ol individuals or euter-  ���pnUs in the town, A man will not  i-ivest.hia money in a'place where the  .people are at war with one another.  iIwhj-m     Keep*     Ct-aiuberln-i-i's     CoD-.li  ���XI-��*��"<*<-_f ia the Uuua<->.  "We would not be without Cbam-  iiiin'is Cough Remedy.    Il is   kept   bu  hand continually in our borne,"   snys  VV. XV. Kearney, editor   of   the   Independent, I_o��erv   City, Mo.    That in  just   what   every   family   should   do  When kept al hand ready   for  instant  use, a cold   may   be   checked   at   the  outset and cured  in   much   less   time  than after it has become settled iri the  system.   The remedy'i. also without a  ���jeer for croup* iu   children,   and  will  prevent the attack when given as soon  as the child becomes hoarse,  or even  after tbe croupy; cough appears, which  can only be done when the remedy  is  r-ept at bund.   For sule by tbe  Moyie  Drug <fc Stationery Store',"  ii ,       ' r.  <��� Everybody is Irish tod*,,. .,  -'    ' ,<���     ',,"���-���-������. o"     *    ,,    ,(  Few people come to grief bv attend--1  ing strictly to their own affairs.  Aud now abideth these three���ginger, .vinegar and pepper, and the  'gu-atest'.of these is ginger. �� v ' "4  ,*    1    , , ���. -  ' In a hotel, in   Montana   there  is  a  I l(v I > - '  ���sign- which  reads:-   "Boarders taktn  :\ty the day,.-week , or 'm6nT)iT"Tbose  who,'do   not,   pay promptly   will be'  taken by the neck."  I should like to be a" victim of all sorts  ���   '  '  ���      1 -  ;       o�� human'.lis, ,'<������'  "Andhavo my vitals, cul  all   sorts  of  capers, . "   '   ,  ... '"��� * '  And then be  completelyvcured  again  '       by taking some one's-pills,  Tot I want to got my  picture  in   the  >-',    * "papers,  ���Vancouver World.  The Butte Smelter-men's Union  has  "appropriated $5,000 for the defense  of  Moyer,, Hey wood and  Potiibone,-   The  ameltermeri   of   Butte   recogniz9   the  i.nagnitude of the conspiracy- and propose   to' be iu tbe ' van  ia   furnishing  ''the sinews of war in   vanquishing   the  bloodthirsty   enemy   that   yearns  for  lives of innocent men;       1  ClinrcU Services.        .    ,, ,  Presbyterian���In' the 'Oddfellows  Hall.. .Sunday School at 3 p, m.' Evening    servrco   at  7..-30.    ��� r.  Everyone welcome.  ���''     ' G.H. FINLAY, Pastor.  '    Methouist���Sunday School at 3 p  m.   Evening service at 7:30 o'clock.  ' Everyone welcome.  ' D. M. PERLEY^ B. A., Pastor.  XOTIOE. '   ,  Notice is hereby given that sixty dajs from  date I intend to apply to the, Chief-Commib-  siouer of Lands and, works for permission, to  purchase the following described lands in  South East Kootenay:     ,  Starting at a poiu't marked G. A.. Passmorc'n  North West corner post, planted ou the South  side of the Crow's Nest Pas's Railway, between  tjie..2 and .3 mile-posts of said rallw-a.; thence  CESt'paralliil'Pto said track a .distance 'pi 80  chRlus: theac.o south at right angles 23 chain's;  thence west at right angles SO. chains-- thence  nbrtb a right angles 23 chains to y��'-ti- of com-  mencemeur, contalnlni; 40 acres, more or less  Dated at Curzon,  British Columbia, in East  Looienav, February 28th, 1906.  ,   ' ' G. A,,PASSMORE.  Eut  TOOTH  PASTE  A '.-Scientific Preparation  ���Preserves ^tfce'-teet-Ji - ���  -.Stpengthens the gums   *  '���Purifies tli3 Mmth ���  ���   Perfumes",the Breath r' ���  n I 1 ,  ��\ t . - ** 1 '1  '   -. ��� The, Most up-to date     '    ,  ��� "preparation on  ,   ;, _ ���   ^ t*h|5,/ market ' <       -,'���>;>  The Moyie   Drug and  Stationery   Store,  I. O. O. F.  Milituy tu-C- N<��* *4-  Meets every T'.esday eveuJng In their  hall on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  J-VJ. Smyth,  P. G. I-OUTtf,  Noble Grand.  Secr'y.  Moyie   Miners'   Union  No. 71 W. F. of M.  Meets in McGregor hall every Saturday evening. Sojourning members  are cordially invited to attend.'  Wm. J. Feltham,  President.  Thob. E. Kklly,  Secretary  MOYIE AERTE NO. .855  -j&ti&t&X Estate ��� ' y,    ;/\,  Ooliebtioiis.  ���. '-"     ;' \   '--���; >   - ������ ( ,.   '-, :   "   .  I  .                         "          '       ' f            ,         '            '.    ,  1                                                   . '  I                                                                         -                     ,                          . I                        r                   "           '  '.;/.; Farrell & Smyth, Moyie.1  :    :  1 - ForSalo. .   "        t  ' The place known aa  thu"' Dill  milk  ranch, 320 acres, good barn and house,  Apply to !',     ,,  , -      J. E.iCrowe, Moyie, EL C. ,  IF YOU HAVE A "���  '    '  LOT TQ SELL,'   "   '  '   '"       A HOUSE TO EENT, ; ,      "  ' MINING STOCK TO SELL  Or if you wish to invest  in any of these consult  FARRELL -V SMYTH.  Laing's Barber    Shop.  pppoi*iTE Hotei.'Kootenay.  -*.'-,j_ .  Sharp 'Eazora, Cletin.To'wels and C-QQd  '  r Workmanship. ,  "Walter B. Laing, Proprietor. '>,  -���THE���  .;. Cefltral* JoieJ.;.,  '   DiiSAm-NIE"K IJK{3.S,'   tirop'a.   ,  '  Lart;e "''ga'tnfile1 "room 'ill connection  with bouse for commercial men. Best  of accommodations. ��  Headquarters   for   Commercial and Miniug Men.  JEJOteP.IWT ���  11  * l ��       <   ���* r  v     f    ' -f *  , .Comfortable  ,   Rooms * and  ? Best of    k :-  Table Board. \ \  J: A.  GOUPILL, Propr.  A  t-'''McK'tL  A^SAiriSH.  NELSON/  B. C  "We are not much of a sport," says  a Kansas editor, "but when we meet  n crueh in the road we recognize it.  We had made the following bargain  ���with a friend yesterd.iy; We were to  Bland at a giveu  point  half  an   hour  4 *-  and',watch tho ladies who passed.  For every lady who reached her hand  b ck o see if her skirt w.is "gaping or  tuck it'uuder ber belt, we were to ,re-  i-eivo a niclt'e. For every one who  failed to tl ��� so in w ilking a block we  were to give him a dune. We got  Bixty-tw*i niukles from him   and  gave  QUEENS   AVENTJK,  .MOYIE,  Bl 0.  5000  pr BURNS & CO  ' ���     \- ;*  '.*"       ' - ' ���  *     WHOLES ALB AN1J . EKTAIL  J f.  MEAT % MERCHANTS  f ,4  Fresh , and Cured Meats, Fresh ,   *  *,r        ' i  ' Fish, Game  ana'Poultry:'   ,We  ''    supply  only   the  best. '   Your  trade solicited, .T.   ."       "-.-'.-���-,     >n  "     ' "', .      '        .'   ' ��� *  '"_.'���      -       .MAUKKTS     '  In   all   tlie   Principal  Cities and.   Towns  ���-*  in  JOb  him one diiiid-  ���Lil5--7".ix.c alccv  -a. lj-Jy nitlr buth arme  WORK  PricesTGiveDi  and   Orders  Taken on  Everything  tn ttie Printing  Line at the    *  A GOOD  RESOLVE FOE  SHOE MEN  Decide thi_ year "o   =eli   only  tbe Best Rubbers   (.btaiuablo  MIK  NEEDED  *        a  Annually, to fill the new positions ere  ated by Railroad  and  Telegrnph.com  panien. * We  want  Young   Mes"  and  Ladies of good habits, to  LEARN TELEGRAPHS  - *    AND E. K.' ACCOUNTING  We furnish 75 per cent of the Operators and Station Agents--i,n America.  Our six schools are the large.st exclusive Talecraph Schools in thk would.  Established 20 years and endorsed by-  all leading Railway officials.  We execute a $250 Bond to everv  student to furnish him or ,her a position paying from $40 to $60 a month  in states enstof the Rocky Mountains,  or from $75 to itllOO a month' in states  west of the Rocky Mount-line, "immediately upon graduation,  ' Students can enter at any time. No  vacations. For full particular--, regard  ing any of our schools write direct to  our executive office 'at Cincinnati. O.  Catalogue tree. ������*. (  The Morse School of Telegraphy  British Columbia  -  i i ��f    "�� i  l :: MUYBJ B;' cV ������  i- 7 ~ '���  ]     -   ,  t, i i       r  .'' "-E.G. ��WYNN^'=:  Cigars,-     Tobaccos,     "Copfeclicnsry  _    -. . Fruits���E)cr '     ^ ���  ,  . '  FARRELL BLOCK,s'       ^Victona/Si  ���     '~\ '     '  ' '-'      ������-'''   Wm. Jewell^**8^  1 _ i  Express and General, Delivery Business.     Livery  and  Feed Stable. '  Leave Orders at  - Gwynne's Store.    ���  .Vfeets,,every   Wednes'l.ty at   i? P. M  DR. #A1.VIE, J. H  HA.WKB-.  Worthy Pres.  Worthy Secr'y.  Harvey, &   McCarter,  -*' <���    f, .fi-,  �����      . ���    .  -     ,/  Barristers; Solicitors, Notaries, Elc.  Cranbrook,  B.  C.  ;W. F. GURD, ."  �� - "   >     , i  .-'     B.VKKISTKK) SOI.IOITOK, KTO.  .  i .,''-"'  pR,VNBROp,Ki        .'/       ,    ,-    ,'B. C  c..h:du$bar    ^  Barrister,.Solicitor, Notary Public, Etc  .L_   Cranbrook, B. C. .,- '  DR. F. B.: MILES,      ,:  Ora'nbrobk,    ,-,, ,,B, C.  George H. Thompson,  ' ���      BAKRISTKR^SOLrClTOR,   No  ,tary Public, tfec.   , ( ,       , *  ,    i -f - ,   . . r  , -   i \ \ i -, ^  ORANBROOK.   _, British'Coi_umi��ta.  BUY YOUR'  , v._  t r<  V_y  ^^iJlit'W3_iL*pL'';  O^n-c^^rf'' V f";  -.   ".FROM"     .,        '  A. 'P; Stewart & Co:  Agent   for   Crows'   Nest"-'  Steam Laundry.   '.  ,  1 ill  Having" -"decided to close out my business^  Moyie,rJ am offering my whole stock of  ���*",' i ' ���       'I  < i i i i  Clothing,'Soots, Shoes, Under1  w ear, Tcp Shirts, Sweater s, Hose.  and everything to :be found in,a first_classG8at_}  Furnishing-. Store "  Sale AM Mow On  .,       , ' i'   * ,.'.    " .    >     r.���    - '    i       . ,,  Come in and examine goods'and see  .'   >    " prices.   It,will pay you. ." '.    ���'  a  ,.  <*,  J__.__L \J JL JLJJLJ9     , a   |  '������,,���'. -" ' . I  ?...ev joiwsicj/A     :    ���   '���   \  This Hotel.is New :and- well Furnished'�� Th8  ,- ' Tables are Suppliedfwitji the Be&t the  *     > MarKet affords. The Bar is Filled -with  the Best' Brands of Liquors 'and' .Cigars,  ' .-".'.'    '-.  ���     " .   - .      .      I     >r   -" I ,  ,   "HEADQUARTERS- POft COMMERCIAL     *> .  _'-/. .  Cto-.AND-MININd-lfiE'K ' .-'���.- + <���   " ,r ��� ��� *  , ...    -"���>;���' -o. _-l   F   J��� -._        . ��� - ItltiTI.SUlfOLt'it-lt  <������&�����> cjkW -c��?6-��s'&&?���*�������&?$&* *>*3t*��*�� *?f-s?e -ap^tn -a^-s-ja^ss-sttfr-er*^  MOTIK  mS3SSZS3S53��SEE��  MOYIE  British  Columbia.  Clnolnniitl, Ohio.  Atlanta. Ga.  T��xtirknnB, Tox.    "*  K.iflalo, K. "S.  J.aCroPNe, WIh  Ban KraiifiH��r>, Cai.  SEWING MACHINE.'  ROLLER BEARINO.  HIGH ORACB.  Our triivelltrs will be on   the  road  i n a few dtiys with the 'New   Fall  Samples.    They are a little  bit  ,   neater     than   anything you     ���  have seen..__   Don't buy un-',  til'    you     ha.e    booked  ;.   them.oyer.   - '','.*.���'  Lleckie  Co.,'.  . MG0u?lB,G.  S-lling Agent* for the  West,  '.��-_i'.'  by buying this  reliable, honest,  high grade sewing machine.  STRONGEST GUARANTEE.  National  Sewing Machine Co.,  SAN   FRANCISCO.   CAL.  FACTORY AT BEI.VIDERE. IU.  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  NELSON, B. C.  jjoarding and Day Sehool conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph, Nelhon  B. C. Commercial and businesH  courses a specialty. Excollonce and  swift progress characterize each department. Parents should write for  particulars. One month assures the  public of the thoroughness of the  Sisters' methods of teaching. Term*  comra.nce January, April and Se'-t.  Pupils aro admitted duriuc tern*-  PREST PHOTO CO.  CUASEROOK   AKD   MOYIK.   __ __,.   O. F. DESAULNIffiR. .  "���*������     .Jdkalkr i-ji  FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO   TO  C. A. FOOTE  MERCHANT   TAILOR.  And Gents' FuiiNii-.iii_R.      s  ��� ' < ,  s*-'--*   ��� *   _  Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  *-"      Trousers,   Imported     Ooods.  (UNION   SHOP.i  2--_it!3ffisr:'  Ber;  STOYIE,  B. C  CA^ADBA^  :VbJ��^^J  .X^lgLsUL  As  m 'de by I he   present .brewer   is   udmittrdlv   ti��e'  Be6t  Beer in Ensl KootennV. Wilh Ihc.Bc'st Mull ��ml  tiie Purest Spring Water it i�� unt'Xcelled'"ifor quality.  Insist on having Moyie "J_*ecr,    *  Bottled and Draft Beer.  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor,  - '    . ilOYIE, B. C.  PROMPT   DELIVERY.  Q,ueens'Ave.      MOYIE  W. R. BEATTY  Embalmer and Undertaker,  Phono 89.    ' CRANBROOK.  BEGINNING FEB, 15,1906  1  THROUGH  TOURIST  SLEEPER3  �����  Eyery Day In   The Year Be'ween-  Seattle And Chicago  via   the  Great Northern Railway  The  ComforlWble  Wny, Route of  the   fitiriotiB Oriental J.iniited  For detailed information,   ratesr,  etc.,  call-on or ailress  H.   L,     Blueki-loiie Agent G. N, ;Ry���  FERNIF-, B. C.  ROESLANO.  FEBRUARY 7   to  10.  SINGLE FARE  i    ROUND   TRIP.  ifeb. 7i.li, 8th and 'Jlh, good to   return  s- ' '      ' . to Feb.l2th!;  T. V. LOWNEY, Prop.  MINERS' HEADQUARTERS.    This holt-1 ib  close  to ,tho   mines,  and  every Convenience for Working Men.  South Victoria St. MOYIE.  A��    ib*  C.  'M  Full Programme " j'   -  Canadian  Winter Sports,  For Programme*, Rates   ��nd' detailed  1 innlormation, Hpply to local aceut.  Wholesale Wines, Liquors  and Cigars.  CRAN-BROOK," British GqluwW\  Insure in the  .      J, S.Carter, D. VJA., Nelson.-''  E. J., C<i}le, A. G. P. A.,-Vancouver.  rA  mm ;m m.  COMPANY.  FARHELL& SMYTH  ':      AGENTS,  .  ?^K^~  ���_ia--i��*S3-:a_s:


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