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 ���.;j*i.i.';;-��:.  ^ -vamp-  ���*.�����.  fr^jjCU ^-W  --*'  MAR 821005      <-   ;  >-ronJA^';^"  I^NO 49.  '.^5-.    /r-*^_--?-*.^*--f_��_&-^  =-Hi #^st��^**^*^">'*^-^*^-^*��^.  i  ' 1      New Goods!  B:>  *nrinir goo'ds are arriving! daily  If . N^JSSfer before ha.ve the people  I   -^Moyxe^dtHe  opportunity  of  R    ^ ?S from sucH a .compiets and  ���Sns&tetf ��� Wook "as .we; liaye  n0wonnand.      ; > (~-  MOYIE, B~- C. MAROH.18^905-   Tn^ Wore'the Green,  S3 A YEA^  St, Eugone* Again to  " ��� the   Fronto ,'  ��*_.����_--_-��--�� -****sS-*-23e-^^  "'^' '. A..Slater9"'  " ' -sir^rimr ���_ h?rt�� grade boot, well nailed,  ,*.*r.��.^^  1 ' ,.   < I f '     ' " ' .' 11  fins 'bs biwjI i.  i i      *  Large Reserves   of Ore in  Sight, and Outlook Fav-',  prable   for    More. ,  ' Dividends-  "Iimctus" Shoes*  In these good* the emphasis comes on the word "FIT."  These shoes fit lliu fool.   Others do, sometimes. ' .     ���__  atisfying ��� Shoes.  'eOMMERC  ' ' SrSsouroes,. -' - Ko.09.6oO. **?* * <��  .    D.P-.i, .-*-. -- *" ��! snTwiP'-M. MR  PSOflX" BHftHCH.  "      i w.EecommendYouto'Buy..   ^     ,  ISTBBNATl6��AL";0OAL ,AIfB   COKE,  *-''--.* '.'.AND      ft ', '<-  -J'    ,    '.     ,'.    -  '  |^ir^ka'arolli8ingr>n^ou ^:;^-'      f;  ^4.*....*'  Hcccii C     _ ___  CJ.A_'.-V--*--J,'->-*-  '.*   ..'..i.  .*_? l:_-4  Tor Particulars;,  ___��-_.-_.-_. -__-__-  Try A Eew Cans of  *'01d Homestead Brand"  , Vegetables and fruits at (  <. _. _.  'Ji  FKOflLPTAND SATISFACTORY  *  . ' Are the Characteristics of   <       ���^L.__i*_r-5--t-_-?->**�� v*~'** J&-*B  Companies we represeht. ' Insure with us and getitbo.benefit of lhe  lower rate we offer ��nd,adeqn��to protection.  ARNOLD & ROBERTS,  The St. Eiigene, the  greatest  silver  lead   mine in    Canada, paid  anothei  dividend on March  lOth.   The'^dividend just declared id at the rate of two  cents a share, and is'for $70,000.  'Up  to date the'diyidends aggre'gafo 1.350,-'  000 instead of $338, OOO.as'sta^d iu a  recent-Toronto dispatch.   The'ro have  been two dividends of  lh.ee  cents    a;  share, or .$10,5,000 each, or $210,000 for  .he two.   There have also* been 'two  dividends ol' two cen t s a sharejeach  or  $70,000 or ?140,000 for the two. ' This  makes-a fcrand total of $350,000.    The  St. Eugene is in 'splendid   shape, has  large reserves, of ere insight  and'   the  outlook is favorable for a continuance  of dividends at regi-lai intervals fvr a  considerable    period.    -A    ,  , .  compressor    is    to" be iribialled   this  sprint,,  further  particulars  ol -which  will be given nest week. j _.  T "     "   ri ���-������������   ���  GENERAL NEWS  NOTES'-"  Work upon! the1 smelter at Prank ia  being pushed anil nearly 100 men are  nojv given employment there.  The -Benevolent - and' Protective  Order of Elks have cut out tbe "rough  work" in their initiation's. Tbe move-,  ment to' make"1 the order more dig-  nified  has  been, agilateil  for  several  years. ��' (  1 Fifty additionidnien have been put  to work on the War Eagle and Centre  Star properties 'at Eosaland, and  Zyiaua-cer Cronin announces that by  the end of the present,yearc theie will  be 500 on the  payroll,   Now  Z 0  are  employed.   The correspondent ot the Petit  Parisian says that General Kuropat-  kin's resignation has been aoooEtgd.  and that Grand, Duke Jf-uliolus  NioholRievioth hae oon-ented^ to take  chief commantl in   Manchuria,  The Cochrane ranch, in southern  Alberta, containing some (.0,500 acros  of land, has been sold for $-100,000, or  about sis dollars per-acre. The pur  chaser is an American capitalist, and  ���it.ia the intention lo colonize the  lands.       '  Swaying the Olive Branch,  Dear to the heart of every son  and  daughter of "that dear'littlo  iale  that  is over the sea,'? is tbe seventeenth of  March,'  the     day  'dedicated   as  the  anniversary oi good old Saint Patrick,  the pa*ron ol IrelanB and of the Irish.  Yesterday  was Bl. Patricks Day  and  -fiidging from   the 'number  ot   green  libl.rms worn there is a  warm   feeling  in Moyie for  the Emerald   isle.    The  musical entertamment't-nd dance U-.L  evening paivedoO; smoothly,   and   iho  com-u.ttee. consisting or James  Cronin, Con  Lynch,  MikeJJon.ier,  John  Daly. .A.  P*    Maodouald   and   Wm.  O'Rourk, had an excellent  progra aie I  arrangod.   A. 1'. Macdonald  presided  and announced tbo difforont     events.  Tbe first selection was a  chorus, "The  Wearing pf the Green." ' Neil ..was a  sofo, "Mv Snowy Breasted' Pearl," by  Mr.'Lft.ono.   The third  number . was 1  "The  IUrp  that  Once " Thro'  Tarasj  Hall,"by Mrs. Bonner, assisted by Mrs  l'roulx. Mr.,', Lajorio  and  Mr.( Proulx.  Tbe fourth' was a aolo'by Mrs.   Proulx,  '.Kathleen Mayoarneeri, "and the  last  number   on   the program was   "God  Save Ireland,"'by a chorus'   in  which  Mrs. MoMahorf, Mr. and Mrs. 'Stewart  ,.nd'Mib-. O'Rourk  gave' their   assistance, .,,Mrs.' -pronin presided  ill  the  piano!' Eacli    selection   was  heartily  encored, and  thoroughly  appreciated. ,  Where there iscuch gopil vocal talent       ���    ^ gc^t -B agftm in Moyie  it would Seem that a musical    concert,       '       ^^ ^&3 ^ *ronl Oranbroo.-  givefa from time.to time wouldbe    an    -Al-    ��� f    ���  excellent   -thing.    The   grand  march \���<f���� ^ r0Q[is brtng put on    the  started ;i 30 o'clock and f the  remain-       A new _tn- ro  ' if the word satisfaction civn ever be applied' to eooes, _its  .he   "Invietuo-Bboes.   T'h.ygivc ���ti-f*elion,-and Batis-  ' taction is this backbone of nil virtues.  FIT- REPUTATION, STYJ-t*.*  Each the better for the'otuer, and'you find them n\] in  iho ^clue-abo*.   'It is the .one shoe- that has' absol^-  l.sati fied a million critical people. , Wo  ask the pleas-  ut\f demonstrating this,    We hatfe.the sole right of  aa e.  9  HATS.  MOYIE.  Wo carry the belt range of hats in town    ' Sc��, our   union    ^  nrnde "Prim op *��* W����-" '^^�� boaullP-  starien n.. -�� <- �����_���*-���*'"���    ,-  der of the bveniiig was spent in   dano-  =^1 ing.   There   was  one of    the   largest  30-drill   nir j-'crovje-s preseut that   ever, attended  a*  ' "     public function in Moyie.  ._.-^_y^^4-^Barsnips Did It.  <    r~ v \  ,.'Dr. C.' W. ' Cross,   veterinary,   was  here from Cranbrook this week1 making an investigation as to thevcauso   ol,  the "death   of 'three 'of   Dill's   cows'.  Tho dootorVconvinced'tbat the cows  ale'wild parsnips which . they  got at  'the dumping" grounds -In" the  north  end of'town.   As is well known, -when  'a tame parsnip.gets its second-.*-g-dwth  it is poisonous.."Dr. Ofossis backe.1 up  in his staWmoncs by Dr.  Tolmie,  the  provincial veterinary.    ,-_-_.-iuS_-^_-__s_--r-..  Dunes Martin Hurt,   '.  E Temby, secretary of the local  miners union, received a letter from  secretary of tb^Rossland union' yesterday-staling that Dune Martin was  hurt quiet badly Wednesday while  working in the White Bear mine. It  aeema he foil1 down a ohuto about 20  feet and had his lees badly orusbod.  Martin io a member of the Moyio  Miners' union, and tbe Moyie Aerie  of Eagles.   C) i  Returned from North,  Burns building., '._,-,._.  j'C.Drewery was luMoysO during  tbo wee, on business. ^  * Dr. King, M.  P. �����>*1S  the'coast'forafewdays.      '    ���  Tp* Gurd wai up from, CranbrooL  Wednesday on legal busidess  '    The Moyie Gun club held  its, regular weekly meeting yesterday. ���  ��� Mr8   U.  J*  Harper    and  Krc.   A  .  _uisv,ai;. 4 book  i-e  first  Cameron were'in Oranorou  ,        ,.  of the week.'        .  _ _ ,'   -  ti W Boss, wellvkuown iu'South  .il'.v* '   .      '���. ;��� rtn-rl  TTields,  METAL    MARKET.  New "York���Bar silver, 58   conO  Lead, $4.20., -Zinc (spelto'r*) $4.7^.  Lootoh���Lead, ��12'. 6s. 3d :  Spokane-Kootenay By,/-  ���**     oi   The'immedifttb building of the  rail/ ,  way between Yahk, a    point   on   the ���  Crows Nest hue abeut 20 miles   south,  of Moyie,   and   Spokane   is  welcome  news to   the   people   of   South   East  Kootenay.,.-      * '   ,  ������J shall build the Spokane Inter-****,  na'tional to1 'a connection-* with the  Canadian Pacific railroad at the in-  'ternational boundary,, and .build it  right awily," said 'I). O. Oorbiu, who  returne'-dTuesdayfrom' New York and  Europe/       <.        '  "lam  going-to build a   line   to  do  u- LL��" "  ' .   _c_-,i.i1i        "I nm   I'OinR'io uuiiu,i-    ..**s.   ���,  H.W.Eoss,  ����.>��ow^B^   busl^landI^aU  maTi.6   a'road  Biat Kootenay, is now in Gold .ITiclda,   buaue^ ^ ^^ .^ ^^  -._...-,. * ' _,.._.    ...     '..__' i.Aunt iiiim   fiven  Jnmes   Cronin    is   w.F.:int;   out   9  peaceful r'evchilion al tlio War Eagle-  Onnln'dur   miui-b,   where   it   is   no  loui'Ci cou'idru'! -I ni'.i l'.'�����>������   w   ���),;"  lone toa   niiLLn.'   uuii-i.      *"V.---*-/  Uio'retiiomencof M.iunfior Kimy  and  tho rkicing  of z.   Canadian   engineei  in charge,  oomo,   the  .mnounccme.u  that O. V. Jenkins the office   manager  has rositfued, and lh.it hi��s  pU��e     will  be tilled by Charles Bi.-r.e3, lormcrly of  the  St- Eugono   office   staff.���Kelson  News.  ' A Sttokonson and Dan McKay re-  tnrned last Saturday ..{ter.an absc-nca-  of four or five months. They spent  the winter in tin. northern part of the  Cariboo di-trict. They had a good  trip and fared well li-.bt. Gardner,  whowoat wilh Ihr-m, U now m Vm-  couver.      .    _  Nevada. -        ,-  j.Sterriltwasup   trom   Cranbrook  yesterday on   bu^ne.- in  oooaeclio n  with P, Burns & Oo> shop.  C,A.Foote,tbotaU^hasreeoivad  his .spring stock' ofsuitings.^-He.. has  i nice Hue of goods to select trom.   , ^  H.Cdm��on,mana��erofthe Moyie  LumWrCo., v;asdovr-n to Cranbrook  on business during the wepk.  Chas. Smith ha. severe^ J?w  connection with the St. Eugene company and has returned to   Spokane  The charter {or Moyie Aerio Ho. S55,  F.0.15. haa'aw-vad.   It  has   b88n  framed and bung.in tbo hall.  Chaa.Biesel is in Enssland and   has  accepted a   position   with .the    War  Eagle and Centre Star company.  W w Tate the Craubrook jeweler  and optican has just installed a taand-  .omenew  regulator   at- -be "cost   of  about $100.  ' j p Armstrong, govornmont agent.  and A A. Harvey were in Moyie  Thursday straightening out some en-  langlements  .co ting  Ac-oj  first class in^all rSspebte.  'The Canad- -  ian   Pacific 'management '.has   given;  order's for ihe'ipimediate construction  of its part 'of Uh'e  'road   'down   to   a  'connection   'witli    bur   road   at   the  ih-ernational boundary',,,    fn  ��We have' entered' 'into   a " 50   year  trafhe agreement' wifh "the danadian  Pacific under'termp   which render it  impossible   that, the Spokane International 'shall ever pass to any  other  control  than   the   Canadian   Pacific.  r-The bond issue of ?i000;000 is al}  subscribed.'  Three million dollars of  the bonds were aqbac.'*---*- by si* meq  in eciual amounts.   I have everything  arranged '.financially   and otherwise'  and would not start construction   unless I did have.  "I have three engineering parties in  the field, another will start in a day or  t,wo, and still another next week. To  facilitate operations, I shall probably  have seven engineering parlies in the  field, working all along the line from  Spokane to the boundary. The work,  is to make the definite location of tbe  road, as a number of preliminary  surveys havo previously been made  When this line in completed   the   O.  ���:   Deposits of $1.00 or upwards received.   .���,������_. ,Savint,8*  ������'..'���,    V There is;nb-better . investment/ than a .S.nings  .Bank deposit.   *,  "������ Once opened it grows whether added to  qr   not.  interest   allowed at  curredt   rates   and   com  pounded twice.'a year.        ,  C-UANBilOOK BRANCH.  j, F.'rVl. ���Pl.fdKHAM,' Marta^e.-.  1-*t^^_^__tei^^^  Watches  -s  *! :i-  !____-5'   s&f->ft.  range in'price from  $1.7o   lo .  .   .  $100.    Our-,$1.75; Watch   m  ��� Nickle open face   case   stem-  wind   and -' stem   set.    Good      ;  value.    Gauranteed /or   one  year.    Our $100    Watch,   IS  Se,   exti'a   heavy   1*1K   gold  -"    cLo   fitted,   with   23     l^el  Waltbiuu or Elgin niovemeu.  '    "   None    better.    Which-   shall  we send?  W. H.' WILSON,;  -Jeweler. '.'       CRANBROOK, 13. C.  J dent.  While out htii'.img w.th-*.oim' other  1-.OJHU.-.'-Saturday Harry Crowe, aged  10 was accidentally shot m iho ugi.i  tbi"h The ball was rrotn a 23 calibre  rifle, and tho bone was shattered  slinhtly but not broken. Dr. Ilame  dressed the wound and the boy was  taken to the Cranbrook hospital,  where he is now resting  easily,  Mr Harold Nelson will bo pppii in  hi., .rre-Ucut character impersonation,  "Caulmal Richelieu/' at the op.-ra  house'Monday evening, April ,dru. .*  '    Philip    C.nrad   has   br*en   g.ven      , .^..j bd���0 Uu,   bhoros^ route   be  pcrmani'iH poMtiou with 1.   h"���"J" \ tw(.en St. Paul and Spokane,    By   the  O,    Mr, Huwke etill ,em u.,5 as man- j ^^ ^.^ ^ ^ un  ager. '  The Deal lodge   of   Oddfellows   will  Uavework on in tho initiatory anuii.8.  decrees n��-Monday evening    and  good attendance is desired,  Graham in Luck.  James Graham, a mintr employed  at the Sf Eugono, hae niven �� bond  on his .nter.il in the Yankee O-r  propcrtv near Ymir, and   ,1   tho   hon  Canadian Pacific it is 1475 miles; by  the Great Noitl.e.-.. J ISO miles; by the  Northern Pacific, 1S12   nules,  A Night of Toars.  Moyio will soon havo a night of  tears. A local minatiel company is  about to perform in that camp.   Ferine Ledge.  Cli'-i-ipl"'. I_U.Su.ent f"'*- ItUeuinatUm.  Chas. Duake, a mail -carrier at Cbap-    if^lwi*v^l-.>r.rl.l1Tl't-I  ^T" nC 1*. ^     11  amount  to   ln^ C^in.,   says: ./Chamberlains  ia taken up ^**h"b--*_ .���..���.  nw-.r  ", A,'- ia , le c amnion of all lini-  ��� $12,000.    R-   J  lnviuo, u1-""' .. "-.-   ���   ,     ���    .   ,, ,.  ���  Pain Balm is the champion of all lmi-  nients.    The past��� yoar t was   troubled  rOSMOPOLlTAN  Doyle   was  over |  Vmi,*   vesterday   . securing   the i aie*ms.    iu<_ y.-_.-....-    --  lr��m      T '^nin'-ra     from      G7raham.   a threat deal with rheumatism  in   my  ^T^oc-uSibeprooerty.iu   1399   slwukler.    Alter    trying ..sev.rl   cures^  itir^ium lovjiud        -P.-.^^,   siuc0.   ��� ive    sloreheeper   here recommended  WiiEN^IN  - diE-AHBEiOOK  . XI. 5r.-Ar_T.,.r.li--inBor..  Good rooms, good  tables and   bn.r,  and first class'sample -roo-ria.''  ijraniuu iuv.����s_. ��� ,_.-���-  |:and staid faitbfully,:with^eyer   since.  A Bu.0 Cr.n_UMcaW.no for C^iUrtrou.  t,-   tmv-n'"  a   cough   medicine   for  'aU'SS  ollow     Uiaospeoially   valu-  Su     or co a!    croup   and   whooping  1,1,1 u  ��    inraaleby W.   J.   Atchison,  cough,   -l'oi aait. ������_'.''���..,   |.     .,,  ine    _>__������*_-:���_.---    - ,  this remedy and it completely cured  ,-,-p " There is no Use ot anyone suffer-  u^from that painful ailment when  thTs liniment can  be   obtained   for   a  5    sum.    One    application   gives  prompt relief   and  its continued use  or a short time   will V**���*Jl��bl  inauent cure, Por sale by W* J, Atchl-  son.  v.;?'*-  ���i;.   -  \ JJw-t-w-., -J---,^
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LONDON'S  CEIMINALSIYOUNG AGAIN AT   '
SEVEiNTY=TWO
A CONSTANT WATCH KEPT ON THEIR
MOVEMENTS BY THE POLICE.
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SPernona    Who    Are    Deemed    Guilty
Cntll Tliey Prove TUeiunclvcs  to B*
Innocent  and   Who   Can   Be   Iinpria-
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-   oned  For  Commit.Ine  Ko   Offense.
It used to be a principle of British'
" law that a man is innocent until lie ls
. proved guilty.   Though this is still upheld by-justice generally, certain persons know to tlieir cost that In' their
•own cases the principle is reversed.
To one section of the community the,
law says, with no uncertain voice, "You
are^guilty unless you can-prove yourself innocent" 1 The victim of this rule
ls he who is "known to the police,"
•who is "suspected of intent to commit
a crime," and of late years quite a
number of persons have been sent to
prison under an act which is called the
■ "prevention of crimes act" ou tlie mere
■suspicion that their conduct ls not what'
ft should be.
The act operates against persons who,,
.have already been in prison, and its existence makes it a very hard task for
■ an ex-convict to enjoy real freedom.
Any person who has served a term
< of   imprisonment   may    be   arrested,
without a warrant, If his conduct does
not favorably impress a.policeman, and-
■summarily convicted.
For instance, the men charged with
,. complicity' in the Conduit street * jewel
robbery, some years ago were not con-
yicted of their offense,   but the evidence given  was  that theh* mode of
life was  "probably  dishonest."    This
was accepted by the judge, .who sen-*
tenced them'to a year's Imprisonment,,
'not, be it noticed,, for any crime, but
because thoy were  '/probably" guilty
and .could 'not prove themselves inno-
' 'cent.' . ■'    ' ,      .
', Another man only a few' weeks ago
fwas sentenced to eightcen'months' lm-
, prisonment for; loitering. _?e was discovered by the police '"waiting about
some quiet byway pf Chelsea and, having been recognized as an ex-convict,
was promptly taken in charge.
Another case ot; crimeless criminal
was. that of1 the youth who was sentenced 'to eighteen months' imprison-
fineritsfor merely having in his posses-
' sion implements made for the purpose
-of coining.* The man had not co-ned-
anything, but, it seemed, fairly clear
1 that he had thoughts of .doing so.
The blow of this prophetic .system of
'' prosecution, however,'falls most heavily on the man'who has already been
■convicted.   Such a person finds'it"'almost impossible to shake off'the law.
During his (ticket of leave period If
'    he does 'not report himself  regularly
'  ,'he is liable to be sent back.  Not only
this," but' if any. action of - his ■ strikes
the police as suspicious it is only necessary, according to, the act, to state
1 that there' are "reasonable grounds for
obelieving that he*'gains', his living by
"dishonest, means."   ' t'
Not'only are,ticket of,leave men, liable to (Unexpected arrest for no definite
..crime, but also any convict whatever.
For seven years after, the, expiration
• of the sentence passed on him if he refuses* to give his name or address or
'.gives a false 'one!..or if he is found in
-any place, whether public or private,
•without being able to satisfy'the court
why he was there, he is  liable to a
year's Imprisonment.
A social gathering ot criminals In
•the east end was some years ago suddenly Interrupted byjtlie entrance of a
well known detective. The company
•was only-engaged tn the'harmless occupation of smoking and chatting,
though, doubtless, only between
crimes.-Said the'detective: *--'.
"A watch was stolen yesterday from
,<a gentleman iu Fife street.   Now, one
.of you knows where it Is.   Unless you
,. deliver it up iu twenty-four hours the
whole lot of you will be run iu toinor-
.- row for being alive."
Being  interpreted,   this   meant  that
, - the detective had a special reason for
recovering the watch for his client, and
,- to save himself the ordinary process of
• KearchhiK he had adopted this method
- of intimidation.
By   this   threat   he  meant  that   the
whole company  could be charged under the ''prevention of crimes act" on
. suspicion of not earning an Ironest living or ifor loitering with felonious in-
•Aqut.
.Quite recently In a well known civil
lawsuit the plaintiff's position was discredited   by   a  detective  wltne-*s   who
came Into court and  testified  that he
"  w:is "on ihe market."
This, bring interpreted, meant that
the plaintiffa habits had not met with
the approval of the legion of plain
clothes detectives who are known to
haunt London's streets. The methods
<nf tl'.os-o gentlemen are not confined to
the iic-tual detection of crimes so much
sis to the ROiii'i-nl wat.'hing of persons
passing to und fro In certain streets.
One of these detectives says that he
spends the greater part of his time
daily in walking up nnd down a crowded thoi-oimlifaie and liting his eyes on
any person whose progress along the
street does uot sugijest urgent business.
"If when I catch his eye," said the
detective, "this person stares back at
me or-tin-US' to look after 1 have passed
I know that he's a wrong 'un and
watch him carefully."
If the individual subjected' to this
treatment should often .frequent the
thoroughfare in question and if his
companions ■ should,not meet with the
entire approval of . the 'detective on
watch then he is "on the miirkct."—
Loudon Globe.
HOW     CALIXTE     RICHARD,    J.  P.
FEELS AFTER   USING   DODD'S
KIDNEY PILLS.
They Make the Kidneys Strain out of
the   Blood   all   the   Seeds   of   the
Diseases That trouble Old Folks,
Acadie Siding, Kent Co., N.B., Feb.
27.—(Special.) —.After suffering for
forty years from Kidney trouble, Cal-
ixte Richard; the well-known Justice of
the Peace here, is fully recovered, and
he says that Dodd's Kidney Pills cured
him. '   ,
"Yes," says Mr. Richard,'"I had Kidney Trouble-over forty years, with the
result 'that I was a worn out man at
seventy-'two, Then I started '..taking
Dodd's Kidney Pills, and the result is
that the pain Is' gone' from my back,
arid I am able to work- again."        ,   ,
Dodd's Kidney Pills, make the old
feel young again. They, make the Kidneys sound,'and sound Kidneys strain
out of the blood the, seeds of tho diseases to which the" old aro subject,
such as Backache,' Rheumatism; Urie.-j
ary and Bladder Troubles, etc
TREE    PLANTING    AND    GARDENING   IN   SOUTHERN   ALBERTA.
.-■ AT THE KING'S, LEVEE.,
V-That I» I-equIred of   Tlio-e "Who Attend—
,   Quaint and r!«;are„qu*» Cei*»-
- -1     1
1      monies Even To-daj*.
-Quaint and picturesque are the ccre*^*
monies connected ( with the King's
L/Ovce in Buckingham Palace even at
the present' day. In the, old days it
was expected of certain sections - of
society .that ,they should put in, an'
appearance at a couple of -Levees at
the least in each Reason'. Tho present,
r-egulatior.s-=irrcquire each pcrsonago
who desires to attend or* to ( be prc*^'
senled to obtain 'a card of ■ admission,-and as the number is limited
the task, of making a selection is not
tho least arduous of the duties that
devolve upon the T_.ord Chamberlain.
Army officers accordingly send , in
their names a fortnight before (tho
appointed';day,'and other sections of
the community aro allowed at least
a week ^lpnger to make u-up their
minds. Members of the'public 'services, tho Diplomatic Corps, ciorgy
of all denominations' and some other
classes .may generally reckon, upon
being included in. tho list, in .virtue
of their status. But prlvato personages must' bo ..prepared to .run tho
gauntlet .of tho Lord Chamberlain's
penetrating eye. -lie is a social censor "in,more ways than"onc. The refusal of an invitation is a ; serious
thing;' but if, as occasionally hap-
■pens, Tho Gazette should subsc-
(l/uehtly, announce that, a presentation
has been cancelled, social ruin is tho
result.        ' ■ ''      *• ' ,  "
At an early hour of tho eventful,
clay the Yeomen of tho Guard arrive
fi-orii°the Tower,' 'and aro" scattered
about tho main entrance. Into which
the general company 'arc ushered upon .their arrival. 'Upstairs,, .in the
State saloons there is a glittering
array '< of . the Honorable 'Corps of
'Gentlcmen-at-Arms. Hero nnd there
are posted troopers idf the Household
Cavalry. * In every part of tho ' palace* aro to'bo seen officials of tho
court, armed with staves, and tkeir
■suavity is only the mask that conceals a peremptory method of keeping every one in his' place.
jlute , officials stroll round the
rooms to seo that nothing has been
overlooked. A fine polish' is given to
the inlaid tablo in tho King's, closet;
then there is a, glance to sec that tho
cheval glass is spotless, and fit to
mirror the glittering personality of
tho Mpnarch; perhaps a window has
to bo opened, and a settee pushed
into its place. And as the strains of
the National Anthem float in from
the crowded Mall the stage managers
retire and the drama begins in earn-
est. *•
The last piece of furniture to lose
its wrappings Is' the' throne. As tho
last member of the company departs,
the holland shroud is brought out of
its hiding place, nnd is deftly hoisted
into position again. Not for a singlo
day is this embodiment of sovereignty left exposed to the sun and air.
miiuuua  n_   x. iKntcr..
A native 'officer of India writes of
the native soldiers: "The Sikhs or reformed Hindoos have all the qualities
of the best'lighters, and the Indians
as well as their fellow subjects in
Europe have indeed reason'to be proud
of them. There are two other castes
in the Punjab also noted for tlieir fight-
iug qualities, the .Tats and the Dogras.
Anolher great fighting race in the run-
jab inhabiting the northwestern part
are commonly known as the Pathans.
They are now Mohammedans by faith.
The Gurkhas of Nepal, the only independent stale in India, though generally below average height, have proved
themselves - the most indomitable,
brave and hardy hill lighters. European officers attached to Gurkha regiments love their men and arc proud
of them. Their free and easy manners, abstemious habits, cheerful disposition, bravery in the field o"f war
or of sport help to raise them in the
estimation of all who come in contact
with them. They are of Hindoo ori-
irin."
j Eutt.
Mrs. Casey—'Tis a shame. Mrs. Cas-
sldy, for .y'er husband to come home
-drunk the way he does. It hurts me
to 5f>e it. Mrs. Cassidy—I don't doubt
It, Mrs. Casey. Ye always wuz av
an lnvloui. disposition.—Philadelphia
Press,  ; _J   _
MMlM
For the success of the Institute
meetings held under, its auspices the
Lethbridge Agricultural Society is
gaining an enviable reputation. The
first of this winter's series was held
on January 19th, and it rivalled .the
past bqtk in interest and attendance.
Dr. De Veber, M.L.A.,. president of the
society, occupied the' chair, and the
speaker of the evening was Arch. Mitchell, Dominion Forestry Inspector
for Alberta.
Mr. Mitchell started off by, saying
that, although the sucees of- agricul-
ture_ in Alberta was now an established fact, agriculture itself ,was,, yet
in the experimental stage. -No 'one
could say what our staple crop would
be'in five years, let alone in twenty.
But there was one. crop the popular-
ity"of~which was bound ,co .increase.
It,was that of trees and forest-plantation. There wa's.no danger that well
cared for plan'tai'tpns would ever De-
come unprofitable.' Once a farmer got
a- good plantation successfully started, his only regret would be that he
had not started it sooner. Last summer, after 'viewing, a splendid plantation, he had. turned tb the owner with:
"Well, they=are a fine lot of .trees!"
•"Yes," replied the farmer, "but what
a fool I was not to have planted thorn
nineteen years' ago. ;. Most of us;, had
come from the .east or .south, and
very pleasant were the memories of
the tree-clad, homes of our childhood.
It would be a thousand pities if our
children grew- * up without any such
recollections.    - ' * <•'
Practlcal'forestry in the* West takes
in forest plantations and home plan-
talons. On every quarter-section there
should .be'two shelter belts.'-the; one
along the west, the other parllelwith
it running through the centre., .These
belts should ,be C6 feet wide. Experience had shown at Indian'Head
that for every _6ot in 'height the plantations gave fifty feet of protection
Before planting the trees, the land
should be 'sunimerfallowed during the
preceding winter, left'rough for winter and cultivated,thoroughly till trees
were, ready to'plant. ;Here the trees
need to ho planted 'with care.--"*Dig
tho hole about a foot"deep, and three
feet in diameter, throw some rich lop
soil 'into tlie' bottom of the hole, set
the,.trees on this,, then trampe earth
firmly around the roots and, leave, a
covering of loose soil' on top.   '
Iri planning for „ home. plantations,
the buildings should' he placed neither
,loo near tho the road nor to the line
fence" Leave room for a strip of tree.-,
on,the north and west.30 yards wide,
and leave a 'space of similar width
between the, trees and the buildings.
Then" you. will not be troubled with
drifts close _lo ,the house: On the south
and eas,t, strips, may, be nnriw, but
all should, be .well cultivated. Indeed
blue* joint sprea'd so -rapidly that it
'was usually--best to plow up and thor-
oiSdy kill all of it in the house area.
.The Alber,ta garden should be a
garden of narrow strips, with altei noting rows of- trees. These would protect'the plants from the 'early*morn-
in?sun!* and in case of late" spring or
or?early autumn frosts theyj*would, b>
shading such.'tender vegetables a? tomatoes or corn>avethem from injury
Sat would' otherwise be experienced.
0 The varieties of-trees to plant oe-
pendldupomUhe,purpose, the cultivation and the amount of. water available The native cottonwood, maple
32". and Douglas/fir were prob^y
Iho best. Spruce is also good. The
evergreens fill up.the landscape and
may be Planted alternately with elm
0rAnao™-greens must be carefully
transplanted,, and great care mu t
taken not to expose the roots to the
s-mi During the summer he had, m
driving caught up to a northern Al-
Serta farmerN-ho, when drawing lum-
vir-r bid trot six spruce trees to plant.
He' a them tied together and with
roots uncovered and»*™*™$£
in"- them home, tied to the o"*Ju°S
pole. Such work was useless labor;
the trees would never grow.
There should not bo-less than ten
acres of 'trees on a quarter-section.
The Germans found that the presence
of 25 per cent, of timbered land exercised   a' beneficial   effect  upon   ag-
riMuche_ruit was bound to be grown
in -outlier-- Alberta. Better have a
mn-serv- ™antallthe'apple seeds you
can then graft desirable varieties upon
the ' seedlings. Train the trees to a
awarf habit? The large trees from the
nurseries are little good.
Many of lhe gooseberry plants sei
out  were  only   old   stock,    separated
and TSTante/ In '!* ^rf*Voun"
These had not the vitality of oim.
shoots. Better propagate >c«r own
cuttings. At Ponoka a.mar had been
most successful with strajm^
The whole of his next season s ciop
was  alreadv  contracted  for.   > ,
™Mr Fairfield said thoy wore we
nloascd with their success in small
Fruits They had during the past year
grown 142 Imperial quar-U of rasp
berries 02 of strawberries, SO of
gooscbevries and SO of c«rran's. Tn
fn.it   growing   three ?**<**}£'>   *f™
necessary: U) A ™n«l\™A^uliic
had  none,  and  he was  sure 1?*«  th°
rarT,em,?«rin^
without   mat.urin._.     v-; ,.r-m  irri-
t.-,;- wis iust as heccssarv witn un
I ins was iiii-ii- it" winter nro-
galion as without it. (-) *vVbiter pro
1 eel ion Allow tho wood to upon. \.a
orm«Vnot be put on after the last
or Tulv Then give a thorough water-
" gT io lasHiring in the fall. Currants
;-V gooseberries require no prolec-
,•-._. T-ns-nborrics should he cut hack
feA-S S the cane* should be
bent down aiid covered with eo,0.
-irst  is the  winter., comes on.   -St* aw
straw., not with manure He foimcl
the Senator Dunlap best. The dew
-orrv was a most useful berry, hardier
even than the raspberry. Mr. Robson
s ated that he had'found the dewberry canes to need covering in order to
fruit -well.  , ''''."
Tb* Fum "Wood Lot.
Just now there la ' a demand for
timber of nearly all kinds, and
many farmers are selling everything
they have that is marketable. This
Is in .most cases a very unwise policy. ■ .
The wood lot should be a part ol
every well conducted farm" and, if
properly treated, may be made a
very profitable part. Thera is nothing to bo made, as a rule, by keeping trees after they have reached maturity, as then they will soon begin
to deteriorate, but it is decidedly,
'poor .policy to ^'sacrifiee tho best
young trees merely because some ono
offera a good,, price for them.
' Timber values are not likely to
shrink, and the farmer and the rest
of tho world will need lumber and
fire-wood, os much ,ten or twenty
years from howj as they 'do to-day
and more'—Cpr. Farm Journal. ,.
■ ■ 1   _. . ■
Euiiy GolnK. '
Patience—And' 3'ou say she has no
trouble in getting him to go Jioin'e early
every night? „ * ,
Patrice—Not a bit. She'oiily. has-to
hlnt-aF-he time", "and he leaves.
"I suppose that's the reason she's
marr*. ing him?" .
"Why's that?".      " , ,   _. -
"Bruise he's an easy going fellow.",
,'\   Sj-mpntliy. '
"Wiggins says that uobody can humbug him." ', a
, "I-crhaps not," answered the genial
eitizeu, "but I'm sorry for him if that
is the case. A man who can't be hum-
■bugf;ed'misses half the fun of the |_v-
erase circuses and campaign  speech-.
ST. VITUS DANCE.
Nervous Trouble That' YieJds -Readily
' '  to Dr. William's Pink Pills.    '    r
St. Vitus Dance is a common.' disease among children, .but it often attacks, bq_yi men and women o'f nervous
temperament. Its symptoms are shaky
hands,/jerky ■ arms, trembling legs,
twitching muscles; sometimes -the
power of speech is-affected. ' The bnly
cure lies in' plenty of blood'because
good blood is the , life-blood - of 'the
nerves. , Dr. William's - Pink , Pills
never ..fail; to cure St. .Vitus Dance,
because they make the rich, red blood
that feeds the'nerves and,keeps them
strong an'd steady. ,Mrs. Wm. Levellie,
Welland,"Ont., was seriously afflicted
witli St. Vitus Dance, and no treatment
helped'her until she began the use of
Dr. William's Pink Pills. MrsZ-Leyellle
says:—-"At times the trouble was so
severe that I could not lake a drink
ot water unaided,' and could mot trust"
myself to! raise a 'dish. There was a
constant involuntary motion , of „thei
limbs, arid, at.times I could neither
eat,,walk nor talk.',*I grew&pale and'
emaciated,' and my life, was fairly a
burden., Doctor's treatment, which'I
was taking almost continuously,""did
hot do nie a'particle "of good and. I had
almost e.omo to the conclusion that
there was no cure 1 for * mo,. I was in
what itlust be.considered a desperate
condition when'I'was advised^ tp"*try,-
Dr.^Wllllam's Pink Pllls/Jjlmthe,cburse
,of a""few weeks after.-I had begun their
use,- there .was a! marked- improvement
in my condition, and by the* time -T
had taken .nine boxes every symptom
of the trouble had disappeared, and11
was as healthy, and'active4as_.in4glrir
hood." -       . **-"   -       ""'"   *■"""
-■It is because"" Dr. William's'.PInk Pills
go right down to the root of j the,
trouble in the blood that they cure
such diseases as" St.* Vitus dance, neuralgia, nervous prostration, anaemia,
backaches and -headaches, rhenmatism,
kidney trouble, indigestion, lung
troubles and other diseases of the
blood and nerves. But you must ,be
careful to get the genuine pills with
the full name "Dr. Williams' Pink,
Pills for Pale People" on the wrapper
around every box. Sold by all medicine,dealers or by mail at 50'cents a
box, or six boxes for $2.50, by writing
the Dr. Williams Medicine Co., Brock-
ville, Ont.
SunligKt Soa
is the best for wa.sh.ng clothes. It aJso does
more thoroughly. a_r\d easily every other kind
of washing required in the household. Sunlight is a. pure, powerful soap that you should
always have at hand. Equally good with
hard or soft water.    lSp scrubbing, no boiling.
Try Sunlight. ,;
Your money back for any cause of complaint.
X.ev_>_- Brothers Limited
Toronto
1117
■'"  WESTERN   HORTICULTURAL'
SOCIETY.
'   , ■        • , -    .        ,     <-'
A meeting of the above society was
held,In Winnipeg on Thursday, at
whlcli it'was*'decided to make'a free
distribution of'plants <in the spring, to
all members. . A list of hardy .'fruit
and ornamental plants,- which it is believed will grow in any part of Manitoba and the Territories, was prepared,
and members'will he entitled to make
a , selection ,from, this' list.' Any one
joining* the society now will be entitled to "share in the free plant'distribution.1 .The annual membership fee
is only one dollar." -Any one sending
this'.amount to Geo. Baths, Secretary
■TVes tern 'Horticultural Society, "Winn'-
peg, will receiye the plants, and will
also be entitled to a-copy of all the
publications of the society. .These
publications hjclude"''many valuable
article's upon-all'phases .of horticultural and forestry worl., written by,our
most experienced horticulturists. They
contain the practical experience gained in this country, and are therefore
more valuable to people here.than
books upon -horticulture ' written. by
persons who lived„in a different'climate and under entirely different con-
'duio'ns from .those * we are subject, to
-he*re. 'These articles deal with'fruit'
growing, floriculture, ■ vegetable growing, forestry, etc. The object of the
society ,is to "encourage .'horticultural
,'work, in'' Western Canada, and the
membership is comprised of persons
residing in all parts of Manitoba and
the Territories.- '      -"        .,' „
, V-
Minard's'Linimerit Relieves Neuralgia,
If a fly/drops into a beer gliis*.; on|
who has made a study of national churl
acteristics.caii easily tell the drinker'.,
nationality" by his action.. A Spaniard
pays for  the  beer, leaves  it' un tlni
table, and - goes away without, saylnJI
a word.'  A Frenchman will do lhe-3
same,-.except that he,swears while.hei
goes. , An* Englishman spils tho,l.eerl|
and orders another-glass.   A German!
.carefully fishes otu the fly and finishes!
drinking his  beer, 'as- if /'nothing, hadj
happened., A Russian drinks the bewl
'and 'fly.  »A' Chinaman fishes out t_i.|
Hy, swallows it,, and"then thro-ws away^
the beerr • r    '     < ■      .  '   <
Her Natural Indigcnatloi..
» . "Dearest, ,I<hate to sec you go like
this," said the young husband^striving
'to dissuade his .weeping wife from
starting right back'to mother..,
i*' She straightened up indignantly,.her
'.eyes flashing. * » '■_ - * ,' • „
\"Go,1 like  this!"  she,'exclaimed.    "I**
- would have you,at least know, sir, that
the traveling costume'I have on is the
perfectly'correct thing for young wives
who ■ become offended and go back
home!"    ' ' - ' < .
Thus It.was that the young-husband
widened the breach by unintentionally'
adding a criticism of her dress to,the
serious injury of having wailed to put
up his umbrella and hat before kissing
her on his return home the previous
evening. v      ,_ =_--_=__
r   '^Thought    it   meant     death
Sure."—Mrs. James McKim, of DuDnville,
Out., says o£ her almost mlraculou*. euro from
hoiirt disease* bv Dr. Agnow's Cure for th«
Heart: '"Until'I boean .takinif-tliia romedy I
jdespiured of my li'o. Iliad hoartfaiJr.ro and,
oxtremo prostration. One doso _ravc mo qnick
roliof and ono bottle cured mo. Tho suffoiinirs
of years wero dispelled like mngic."— 3
* 1 ■'      '
' ' "My 'son," 'said   the  father  o)1   the I
'fre'shmaii.   "what are all  these UtUe
slips   bearing, tho   characters   ,'iou.
with fa  signature  and   a  few  figures
beneath" them?", ('Those?" replied tlie
son,   stuffing   some  more   sliced, plug,
iuto his man-size pipe.   "Why, "that's
just  a' little  memory-iicst  on  certain,
of "the vowels."    "Well, I happen 4 to
know some of these young men whose
signatures are on the slips, aud you're
.in "for a memory-drill on two 'of tho-
consonants':    They are 'n. g.'."
■ r ,i i
.. , 1       i     *
. .It -'lletuliix     Old'  Jim!    "-It-il-es     New
FriciulH Time ,w,*i3  when   Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric Oil-had but-1. small field ot
distribution, .but now its, territory Is
widespread. '' Those who first recognized its curative qualities ''still value
it as a specific,, and .while it retains its
old. friends It is ever. rnn.kln&. new.'It
is" certain that whoever once "uses It
will   not   be   without sit.   .'       .   ,'    -'
^\'-r. —~ '~rr
' Russia could probably cure all her
owh trouble af'home and,put a quick
stop t'o'the war,at a stroke ,by senilin*.
the Grand Dukes to take charge of tlie
military operations in the East. Japan.
would help some, too.     '        *.-.
Pale, sickly children should use Mother Graves' ."Wormi Exieinurufor.
Worms are one of the pi-lnclp.il causes
of suffering* in children and should
bo  expelled  from   the system.
A   LITTLE" LIFE- SAVER.
"Your son Willie seems, to have
gotten over being round-shouldered.
Every time I've seen him'lately lie's
been standing up like'a man. "Yes.
After years of scolding him for his
stooping I tried a now plan." "What
was it?" "I told him he had -a magnificent chest."—Newark News.
ABrrlcuItirral ArUlimetle.
Little Moses was spending* his , first
year at the village school.' lie, had
commenced the study-..of arithmetic
and had* gone as far as the subject of
"simple additiou." Said'the teacher
one day:
"Moses, if I had on-e potato, two potatoes, three potatoes and four potatoes, howr many would that be?"
"Is dey, big 'taters'." asked little
Moses, ami without giving the teacher
time to reply he added, " 'cause ef dey.
is,' dey's   mos'   a   peck."
s Baby's Own Tablets-' have saved
many a precious,little life. They are f;
the best medicine' in the world for all
stomach and bowel troubles, simple
fevers and teething troubles, and
they contain not ono,particle of opiate
or harmful drug. Mrs. Elbridge Lowe.
Sheet xiarbor, N.S., says: "My baby
was always sickly until I began giving
him Baby's Own Tablets, but they have
chaneted him into a fine, big,'healthy
child" I am never, without the Tablets
in the house." The Tablets can be
given with perfect safety to a new
born babe, and are good through every
stage of childhood. If you do not find
the Tablets at your medicine dealers
send 25 cents ,to the Dr.' Williams'
Medicine Co., Brockville, Ont., and get
a box' by mail post paid.
Free, to anyWoman wlio
er own.
Irving Ordered to Rest. ,
A London Special says:—Sir Henry
Irving, who recently: had a severe chill
at Wolverhampton, has suffered a
sli-ht relapse and has cancelled^his.
lour. His physicians have Imperatively ordered him not to. act for at least
two  months.
Thousands of women are writing in every week for the
"Royal Household" Recipes—they explain the new and
easier way of making bread. Make a trial with the new
Royal Household Flour, which is purified by electricity—
you would not believe there could \)P such a difference in
flour—these receipes are certainly worth asking for.
Send a poslal card to-day, r
HEBE  IS   JUST ONE TESTIMONIAL OUT Of MAWT THOUSAWP3   BEC-IVED. ,    -
,        * Savonas, Three Mn.- Creek, BJC, November =Sth, 1504.   ,
- .. tl'' _ •..<-,_. .-r,'„r flour r-xr-lnsivelv since I came to Canada, fourteen years ago, and have
X-^^ll^2toU^l£lS^n3&.- ■ To show you how I valucTit my grocer lately
bee»1's,?:?,._^'. rnr-^th it   and rather than Use another brand, even temporarily, 1 sent to Kaiu-
~u'?I._liU.r^^^ n-eper C.P.R.-  preferW to pay the railway
uiro...;.... ._..     7         --.
more to keep l-armonj* in a come.
(Sigiied)
MRS. T. SMITH.
THE OGILVIE FLOUR MILLS COMPANY, LIMITED
MONTREAL
Hi t gl.tss,' one  itiomil ehiir*  he drinker.  A Spaniarij  s   it' un tht.  hout, saying  vill do. Urn*.  Lrs while.hei  ls tlio.beerli  A Germanj  and finishesf  nothing, had!  iks the bewl  he's out tli(|  .hrpws awayl  it-!- death  of Dunnville,  lou*. euro from  Cure for tha  ���this romedy I  rt fnijr.ro and,  rave mo'qniclc  Tho sri-Toil-un  ic."-3  Mul-os     New  Dr. Thomas'  mall field ot  territory la  first recoR-  s''stlll value  ,t retains Its  :lng*. new.' It  once 'uses ' It  ould  uscMo-  _3xtcimiri.-.for.  Inelp.ilcaus'.-i  and   should  em.    ,  have   saved  e.   they are f;  world for all  :bles,   simple '  ���oubles,    and  icle of opiate'  bridge Lowe,  :    "My baby  began giving  nit they have  big,'healthy  t the Tablets  ;)lets',can be  ,y to a new,  hrough every  u do not And  icine dealers  )r.' Williams'  Ont., and get  THE  MOYIE   LEADER  T'eSTERN' CANADIAN   EDITORS |  . '-  ���,  ��� ���'   Seriesof Articles"Describing't'  * A .11 ives. their Alms and       %  Afhe1r Lives, their Alms and  Their Influence.  No. 23.  ARfHUR S-  BARTON < ���  bearing on every page evidences  of careful editorial work ��� and attention to mechanical details. Its  local columns are replete with items  of interest, its editorial opinions,  though frankly Conservative, are moderate and fair in tone, and its advertising patronage , attests the esteem  with which the merchants of the vicinity regard it as a means of disseminating their business announcements. Taken for all in all, the Bosse-  vain Recorder is a good representative of Western journalism outside  the cities and big towns. That It  should be what it ls, in view of the  previous' lack of experience of its  proprietor is. as, said before, the best  of all possible testimony to his ability and adaptability.  Mr. Barton will leave his park permanently on the district in which he  has ' resided for twenty-three' years  other than by, his successful farming  and his successful conduct of a country paper. Before leaving England  he spent five ��� years in an- architect s  office in Manchester, and he has, during his residence in. Manitoba, Resigned Tnaiiy~ehurches; schools, residences and-bush-ess---blocks. He is a  prominent member of the Church ot  England./and'is known far and wide  as an"active promoter of,'all in Iho  line of clean, wholesome .sport. He is  a broad-guaged, public-spirited citizen,  whose substantial success in every-  thin" he has' undertaken is acknowledged by all-as but the fitting reward of his'own ability and energy.  PRAISE FROM  THE CLERGY  Prominent  Methodist Divine Declares  His, Absolute   Faith  In  the  Great  1 Throat and Lung Cure.  (PRONOUNCED  Sl-K��tN)  Asserts     Candidly    that    "Psychlne"  i    ' Cures Where Doctors Havo  Failed.  Doctor���"If you do as I tell you, you  will soon feel lighter and better."  Patient���"Thank you, doctor. How  much do I owe you?" Doctor���"Two  guineas, please." Patient (handing  them over)���"You are quite right; 1  feci much lighter already!"  I -  1  . Editor  ARTHUR  S..'BARTON\���  and   Proprietor  of the   Bolsse-  ,- '    �� vain Recorder.    ti  Most people think too lightly of a  cough.    It is-*a serious matter and  needs,prompt attention.*----'  Take' , -  jGoi^s-umpticm  (Cure ?on.cLunsA V ���  when the first sign of a cough or  cold appears. It will cure you  easily and quickly then���later It  will tie harder to cure. ,    '  -   Prices,  25c, 50c, and $1.00., ��U  REV.- "J.,   J.    HICB    TKSTIFIKS  .Dr.   T,   A.   Slocum,  T.lmlted:  Tour remedy Psychlne-is-a- wonderworker in all throat and lunrr troubles. Two years ago an eminent^ Toronto throat specialist treated . my  wlfo for a dangerously diseased  larynx.^. jwUhout giving* her relief,  iravingr seen Psychine advertised, she  after having taken three  .i-Ily restored. Psychine  doctors fail. Yours sin-  Rev. J. J. Ilice, '  Red Deer,' N. "VV. T.'  PSYCHINE  is  pronounced   SI-KEEN.  $100 Howard, $100.  The rsad.r of this caret will be P'**"** *���*  bare that lh.ro Is atleaat ono dreaded d"����  that -o.ai-.ee ha. been able to cure in all U��  _.*_.���- and that it Catarrh. Hall'* l/at��.J_i  Cui% li theonly positive cure now know to th��  medical fraternity, .l.atarrn being;��� ^nit-tnt*  lonal disease, require* a constitutional treatment, H-ll's Catarrh cure ,1s tajten .nUrnal-  It aotin_r dlractlv upon the blood and mncoM  MSS of the wstem-therta festroym* lh.  foundation ol the disease, and slvin<? the pat-  lent strength, by building np ft. constitution  and tuUllor n��tnr. In doine it. work. The  ���nroprlu.o.i haTo io much faith '*���.'���"���_. 02."\ilT*  Sower, that they offer One fiundred Dollar,  (or anTOas. thai it fail, to cure.   Send for lilt  * ^te^F. J. CHENEY. ToWo, Ohio,  gold b- all DriLg(,ist��,,i78c. i  T*ke HaU'. FamUr Pill* for con_tipat-o��  You   May   Take Our Word   For   It  That any  cause he  name  grocer  makes  who Is antarjon istlc to packet tea is so solely be-  less, profit than   on common place bulk teas.   The  Ceyton Tea on a Sealed  Lead   Packet is the public  safeguard.   Black, Mixed or Natural Green.  Sold Only in Sealed Lead Packets.     By all Grocers.  RECEIVED    HIGHEST   AWARD   AND   GOLD    fyiEDAL    AT   ST.   LOUIS.  tried ,it,   and  bottles   was  cures- where  cerely.  For snl<" nt all druggists, at $1 per  bottle, For furthfr adv;lce and information or,, trial bottle, write Dr. Slocum, Limited, l0". King ' street west,  Toronto,   Canada.    *    '  TRIAL BOTTLE FREE '  West .they *���mJeJ*a ��   Manitoba  " ko'b  '" /rim.-".Vo 44--S n&l�� old  Hn   oi   mo-lei-atiou   , and    caution.  Eo , ��1 c   iiea who contribute these  ' ��ftle  characteristics,    without   in  S"av 1^-^ning   the   in.ative   and  ^-.Uiicli are perhaps'the most dis-  CS Teatlires- of western oour-  *'Kfew   'would    be    s'ooner    ac-  Si Place, by universal consent  S.-nnur S.. Barton,  editor of the  ���imsse-r.iir Recorder.    ,..��.,     i.    '     <,  -Tin is forty-seven-years  of  . _.ce"'h_Tiiig  been   born in ,1Soi.    _sy  ���Wan Englishman, toearlj  'taw --ing <al .Bromborough,    Che-  4m  He remained Jn,England  un-  -.Ul-e'was tweritx-three years ,oI age,  ...din'the interval hefore" coming to  Canada he had a wide variety of ex-  -periences. all of w)nch proved of value  in widening his .horizon and begetting  Ihoso   qualities   of.  adaptability    the  possessioh of which is one of the es-  Miiti-ils of success in the early .days  of anv country's development.  In 1SS0 Mr. Barton determined to  come'to Canada, and located at Mea-  lord, Out. 'He remained there, en-  gaging ia farming for a yea'r. Those  ���rere the days in which* the eyes ot  Eastern Canada were" turned towards  the west. It was the era of the Canadian Hejira, when whole communities  in'Ontario- trekked ..for the. boundless  .rairii.3 of the West, where the sons  ��� ol the men who had hewn out farms  from tlie primeval forest dreamed of  farms mile-wUe, and of the easy tillage of the league-long furrow. The  westward boom struck -Meaford,. aud  one ot the first to listen to the spell  ot the West was the young English-  Effl who a year before had arrived  torn across the Atlantic. He stayed  -ol at Winnipeg���then -in the beginning of that world-famous inflation of  land values, the collapse', of which-it  took ten vears to recover���and right  through to the then little known district, of Turtle Mountain. Here he  took up a farm, and shortly became  one of the most prominent and respected residents of the district. Mr.  "anon proved himself a successful  farmer, and after twenty years of active aericultural life, was enabled, in  1S01. to retire with a competence.  The editor of the Recorder .thus adds  another u. tho almost innumerable in  stances of men of industry and ability  wi*o. thmigh with no previous agricul-  h'ral r*\iH.rience have achieved a suc-  re*'*' that in a few years has placed  ���tan in indenondent circumstances,  wholly. Uf rough the soil wealth and  ������tillty of  the   prairie  fields   of   the  "���PSt,  VVhon. some three years ago. Mt\  Barton :-f.\iro.l from active farm work  j-ihoi;t;h ho still retains large farm-  lriE intori'sls���-he bcrran to look  '���'ounil tor nn occupation to which he  "������'fi 'leuite his time. The local Con-  8-naiivo paper, the Recorder, was in  "'--d of reorganization,' and Mr., Bar-  "M-cided'to- interest himself, in the  Wr'��i-n. and undertake ; the' manage-  fflH" of 'the papeK and see if he could  y-Mnpltcato, in'the realm of journal-  71.-tho success he had made in the  ^artnienf- of agriculture. The ex-  Wfwient was obviously one of some  "sk- Mr. Barton was well on the  ��..ad*v side o�� forty, and there, is a  r.e old English proverb about not  ��?"iR ahle not to teach old dogs new  .'nck--. He was venturing,into a busi-  "(!RS siiccpos--in ""which demanded  pities, of.lenergy and training such  f !"it tow inen not bred up in the  ",,siness possess. No more conclu-  ^,'�� m-oor of Mr. Barton's possession  *A ��� ������nowledge. shrewd judgment.  ,,n(1 ������finio-k atlaptability can be cited  J��n that-, under his management, the  j,pCnr'lpr commenced its career of  TRP,nt growth and success.  lotlay the Boissevain Recorder is  woimizoii  -Nova Scotia has becbi visited by  another snow storm and the railways  are afeain "blocked. -  Mrs. Schnapps���1< have "no words to  express my contempt for you. Mr.  Schnapps���That's ih' bes' news I've  heard for a'long time, m'. dear!  Do not let a cold f-ettle on your  lu-ngs. * Resort to Bickle's Anti-Consumptive Syrup at the first, intimation  of irritation in''the throat and prp-  ver.t disease from lod.rin.-r in'the pulmonary organs. 'Neg-le.-ted cold', are  the cause of untold surfer inf. Uii-nu'g-h-  out tho country, all ' of*''-Vhich could  havo boon prevented by the application of this simple- taut powerful medi-'  i-lno. The price; 25 cents, brings ' it  -within   the*-reach   of  all.       l   ,  c. c.  ._   _    Fairville, Sept. 30, 1902.  '-RICHARDS & CO.   , ���  ', Dear Sirs���We wish to inform you  that"we consider ' your M1NARD b  LINIMENT a very superior article,  and' we use it as a sure rebel tor  sore throat and chest. When I tell  you I would not be without it if the  Pi-ice was one,dollar a "boWe, I mean  it.   t  < Yours  truly,*  i   ,' CHAS. F.'TILTON.  , ," A nickel-in-the-slot machine i's to  furnish insurance to bathers at Atlantic City next season. They drop in  the coin as they step into the"* water,  and if they dont-come back their heirs  get 3100. However, no company has  yet taken a chance on .'insuring the  fool that rocks the'.boat. , '  Jim Johnson���Am you'r horse afraid  ob automobiles? v Joe Jackson���Yats.  Jim -.Johnson���Ah 'thought he' was  blind and deaf? Joe Jackson���He am  ���but'he can'smell.   - t  DON'T THROW AWAY MONEY  On eastern and southern nursery stock that  will kill the first winter, but send n post card  for our catalotrii- of trees that will grow in  Manitoba an'd tho Territories.' Apples, crabs,  plums, small fruits, orn.imentel trcos aud  shrubs, perroninl  plants, etc,', r  BDCHANNA^'S NURSJ'.RIES,  ST. CHARLES, MANITOBA  A Sure Cure for" Hea-tuc-ie.���Bilious  headache, to which .women- are,, more,  subject' thanrn. men. ��� becomes so .acute  in some subjects that they are utterly prostrated. The 'stomach refuses  food and there is a constant and distressing effort, to free the stomach  from bile which has become unduly  sf-creted there. Parmclqe's Vegetable  Fills are a speedy ^Iterative, and In  neutralizing th effects 'of the mtrud-  ing bile relieves the. pressure on the  nerves which cause the headache. Iry  them.  If Hoch's wives really ran lo three  times thirteen, it is no wonder that* he  Is in ill-luck. .  >,       ,   ,  Minard's Liniment Cures Burns, etc.  The   Ontario   egislature   has   been  called for March 22.  TWO Years Abed.���--For eight year  I suffered as no one ever did with rheumatism;  for two years I lay in bed ; ' could not po much  a�� feed my.-elt. A friend recommended South  Imorican RheumatlcCure. After three doses  I could si- up. To-day I am asstrou(,as everl  *U��."-MM. John-Cook, 287 Clinton street, Xo-  ronto.���2  '' Slowhoy was wearing a gaudy tie for  which he had recently given up -IS  cents in real money. '|What kind of  a tie do you admire most?" he asked  of his fair companion in the parlor  scene. "Why, er���tee! heo!���the marriage'tie," she giggled. And the next  day Slowhoy hunted up a minister anil  contracted with him to make one.���  Chicaga' News.  Superfluous Hair]  Removed by th�� N��_r_I��rinclpU    ' j  It i�� better than electricity, beeauBe  it''does not sear or produce a. new growth.  Better than X-ray, because ib doe* not  burn, ��car or.paralyz* the tissues under  the sk*.!-. Better than depilatories, because ib ii "nob poisonous ; therefore,  ib -will not- cause blood poisoning, or  produce eozema, which0 is so common  with depilatories, and does not break  off the hair, thereby increasing its  growth.       ' c,  Electrolysis, X-ray or depilatories aro  offered you on the bare word ,of the  operators and manufacturers. D E I  MIRACLE is nob. lb is the only method |  which is indorsed by physicians, surgeons, dermatologists, medical journala  and prominent) magazines.  DE'MIRACLE will be mailed to any  address, sealed in plain wrapper tor ��1.  Your money back without question if it  fails to do all that is claimed for It.  Our booklet���'the'most complete  tror-tiseon Superfluous Balr^r-r pub-  lished���containing the testimonials of  numerous physiciacs and surgeons and  thos�� of hundreds, ol others���will be  sent free, in plain, sealed envelope,  upon request. Write for it to-day to  DE MIRACLH 'CHEMICAL CO.,'28  QnxKM Strekt West, Tobonto, oi     ()  ! r   .   TORONTO, ONT.  'Ohio Gasoline Engines'  '      .I ���       PORTABLE   E3>KilNES   for THRESHINa  __n4~STATIONARY   for   CHPJ~*j->JNa -_n-i  WOOD SAWING; in stock at-drt-rues.   We  can ship at a day** notice.  Write ns for Prices and Catalosru*.,,  |j_m46^oopcr Co., Lti, Winnipeg, fin.  Henry A-renne, East;  ��SB  Having" surrendered Port Arthur,  Gen. Stoessel is now withstanding the  bombardment-of the magazines. ���  To   TIiohc   ot    Sedentary , Occupation.  ���Men who follow sedet.-iry oc'-upa.-  tiuns, which , deprive 'them of i'r--.h  air and ��� uxc-rcise, are more prono to  disorders fit. the liver and kidneys  than tlioso who .lead' active," outdoor  liv.->s. The former wll find In I'armo-  lc-o's Vegetable' Pills 'a r.-stor:itlvi*  without ("luestlon the most efficacious  ou the market. They are easily procurable, easily taken, act expeditiously,, and 'th'ey are surprisingly; cheap  considering , their   excellence.    ���  Shorthorn'' breeders in Manitoba  passed a resolution. favoring the nationalizing of the Dominion Shorthorn  Breeders association.  , The1 British War Office ..has under  consideration a proposal for trying the  plan of shooting with' both eyes open  during the*musl.etry training of this  'year. *" '*.���'���  A'   modern .. weapon    in    the  battle for health." If disease has  'taken your citadel of health, the stomach,  and is torturing you 'with indiRostion. dps-  pepsia and(nervous prostration, South American -sorvino is tho woapon'to drive the enemy  from his stronghold "at tho point of the bay-  onot," trench by trench, but swift and"sure it,  always wins ���4  Catarrh for twentv years and .  cured1 in a few days.��� Hon. o,--<-.,r*,a  JunieH, of Scranton, Pa��� "nys: "I have been n  martyr to Catarrh for twonty years, cpn-nt-nt  huwkinff, dropping in the throat nnd pain in  the head, very (.ITon.rve breath. I.tried Dr.  Agnow's Catarrhal Powder. The lirst appHca-'  tion fravo instant relief. After using a few ,  bottles I was  cured.   50 cents,���1  .The' following advertisement occu-  p.iesa prominent place in*the Gazette  de Zurich:���"An Austrian officer of the  balloon section wishes to marry a lady  who will have the courage to make her  honeymoon yoyagel.with him in a balloon.','       , ,      ���'.-.,  Minard's   Liniment  Cures   Dandruff."  Mrs. Fondinar���Doctor, my daughter  sits and gazes into -that ��� mirror for  hours at a time. ,1 can't get her to take  exercise. Dr. Bruff���Well, 1 prescribe  another mirror" at the other end of the'  room. ' ,       "  ^  \ .    _               ___.   _____   '      _     . H_iiH>aa��a V-CTi.. 11_r_K��_*. vl 111  uara ���� *,ij^ -. -*-���   In .utnre Page Fenee^wffl  Order .BCIriuith our local agent or direct from ��---  THE PAGE WIRE  idea protection aB&__--_ ruou --- -.-.-..��.��_. _.- c 7-, - -oo-i-.T.ii._._.  FENCE CO. LIMITED./Walkei-vUle.   Toronto.   Montreal.   St. JoU--.   Wlni-tpcB.  M  inard's Liniment for sale everywhere  las  bright  among    newspaper  newsy    local  men  sheet,  Give nature three helps, and  nearly every case of consumption will recover. Fresh  air, most important of all.  ebtora  Nourishing food comes next.  Then, a medicine to control  the cough and heal the lungs.  Ask any good doctor. '  -1 n.-t n.-- Ayer's Chonr Ttetonl83 Tears  ���go. I hav�� .oen terrible ca��e�� ��' "l-���dU-  e-��c�� cured by it.   I ��m never without 11  .ALB-IKT Q. H_-l��-.TON, MarlotU, Ohio.  \ J6c.,.0c. S1.00.  > All drolrcl-'te. foT  J. O. ATIR CO.,  Lnwull.   M��l.  ���j -* ��nmi li  Consiiiiiption  Health demands dally action of tho  bowels. Aid narure with Ayer's Pill*  to 33 yards  That's the reason why th��  H.B.K. "Big" Shirt u��r��r  chafes the armpits, is never  tight at the neck ��r wristbands, b always loose, fall  end   comfortable  and  wears  welL  Each shirt bears a tiny book  'that tells tha whole history  6f th�� "Big" Shirt,- and  al,o contains a notarial  declaration-'thai the H.B.K.  ��Big" Shirt contains $9#  to 4a yards of material per  doxen.  Sold at all daalen hut onlj  with this brand:���  :BElUTIFUL*_f55�� PICTURE S DAN PATCH I__li___ FREE  Pl?��irc of this famotis pa-dns; stallion in ci-_s_arice aud i- worthy ot a place in any uo^^     m-^ost/^qe  --"���" REPAID V  TiDPRlESS THE  WITH  WRITE US AND ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS-  HOW MUCH STOCK OF ALL KINDS DO YOO OWN.   2ND  N AM *jJ^S_^AP"'  at once INTERNATIONAL STOCK  FOOD  CO.,  "3   F-BLBL DS  F'O R  ONE CENT" ������,�����--. n- %s C  D^N PATCH RESTORED TO HEAXJTH IN SIX WEEKS.  1ST.  OWNERS  T0R0WT0,  CflB.  Ur.N.*.Mm F. kiJaJit.D.v.s.. V-pbi:-.    S-_co -T.1**1 *���"��� .f1-.?.-*. VJi  M    " "  r.���_-.m ...   *-���   m. ...w.. . _��� > ��_��������   ���   \\'.. SAVAGX, Htnarx-pollR, MIn.  Sn-r   -nilTren. _ji,l Dean or r��_��T.  ,i of .  . ��bout 10.S0a.m. Sept. l��h.ISM.   He   J h[s  w..,i.uffl.rln,:JS��r.PJ-ta In the'���^m^^^i^^^r^^^i^t��^  _ proluibly cau-ed b/ atlng oat eba-t Hh r*a"*^���!f ^'���* > ilt. --jdu-llr crew  ,or.tur_ 103. The et_-i��teT or the jiul-e ^^���^^^V^montlJ?lotl  ...r.eflurlni;tbj.��---i_->��nunUla_;-ut4p.m th. P"'���lf "~J��"Tj,��� culd not be  _r-d 1.1. tomperatur.-rw lot   ���n.eb.-f*-"t IT��rj0J.^?^Ll,��J^'l"ll^L ���  ;:*-^BjtrVN0S'v.fe  HUDSON BAY SNITTW0 C��.  Haaimi       Wta_i_����_l      ��aws��-  -'-- i I  eenHnoous.   Tho T-dtU ^^^'"^^"JS^U^m^io^ondlttmt^MI^  , able and hi. eondlUoB ciail-anj. Unprored.  I Veteriiu-rianal-ratt^o-Uneij,  K.C. Moore, Prttc-ian. t Knienler.  Very ,t��-_ll 1 osin.  HIS WONDERFUL. RECOVERY  Infourdav, from tb. time h,, vr�� BIren -np���*'��. br Ht���,**^ s__*y-3  anjoon. *.*, .hipped Dan Tatch tlom Topol���������-.tp__��"L_ ��������_"�� usual<l"��*''**4T  .-."���- .1 f.���v.,.��     u n..   nnil couuneucid rr-edlne blmthree  un-*-.w��.i�����>.��      .   *j  7n_��nilW:*^^^  Surgoon*      - ���  Farm" at I>avat:ft  "1-iteTnaU-i.nal Sto^.K roo-i   __.ua  givmui-yj *��"���- *"*.v*_l"���^V��-i  paeluj a mil. In 1*-M. without wind  shle d.      V.^^htothe retiresystem a*, -.-dl aa  r��5_l.��r  meriU or "luten.atloua- - Slock Jfoo_T which orou cou food at a cost ol  FEEDS FOR  OWE  CENT.  v-wr  i^^^^^_^_^��ia  *" ~���~^_r~VrtM_Twirvs^ EY FAIL TO CURE    *^ .  ���   -   ,    J^ tioTB^eUe^ot^0uiTundS^ec^not.ffo"to ^ake such ��n offer.   VVe __e��by ��Kr�� to forfeit Jxooo.oo if  mternation-i" Preparat.ons were not up      U,e     an ^^'^Jf 0,n.me���t" "Inte^.-ion^ Silver Pine Healing OU-  "Ioternatlonal Stock Food"       ������Inte.m.tJoM- He-vr^Cur. ..J^^1^ "hcno-Chloro" ������InteniMlm.l Quick Cleaner"  .'ISHrnational Po��ttry Food     /. I-^;"".', ��� = ^lo.p"    rinSSSoS-J Compound Ab.orbent" '���Intem.tion.a ilatemper Cu��"  -Inter-ation.   L*���� ��'��'�� ... ./."^iSort"! F-_ot Remedy"      ''Intern.tionul Gall Cure" ^  ^*fD%7w^*��7VoH ^jyPoLc��}L6^^..�� Toronto, C0n,  I!  '���'.V*..  ---.'ir ���; .- v__. _  ',s't.*>/*' ";���*;���: v''''���.-'���- **'  iAStS&r- _ ��, - -    f.j'1  O'*��._.<-,L'-'it'l --i'HS  s_.-4.ia... >..-__.  ���fa*. -  -_.*   s  >.Wi*iii*.v.  %'i&?v'��-\<F';  ^  $M ^tc-1'  ,  h   *    **  -.^ i v* **   -d , ���;  *&$$       ci     . .  . S-^i  -'"c ���-. 4  -i-i-**- o y>\  I  -.   I,-  -���* >"  ���.-".''  ��,'.&'   .  '  -*'1  r ���*��� ���>    �����      '  ^:*w \- '"  ���-  '-'���f C''3  &$ - ��� '  *(*���  '.f  - , t  .. *.  AA "'"< '*  H  -4.|,  ���*-. -., ���  ���  -   ,-*  ', , ' -H  ** '/.ti  -.-N*. ; '  ���  -  '   i               _   * ."  \  \~l  -,  ,  ���_.-*-.      ' '     �����  ���t  .5'V"      '  ,; 7*-',-.-i.   '  s ���  iy   i    \��  ;���_�� -C*v.^.--.  '  -  ��f *������>-,.   i  ��� Jl<ti '   '  ,  *���"     *'         -.s  }���  :< V%   '  r ���  ���^  _  ;     i  y'j'lT   "-       *  *���"  *-  ^          '   M   j  *y,.xtv- ��,  <-  "                                                       "if.  7i.-.."S7  -     ���     j  i   '-i _..  '  ,               S  Vl< !���.-.->    ���                '  _.  \  **?  '"-tf  .  t         I  tl 1  ���  i"       r     v- J  .l(,rta��*   ���*  ;i}o  .-,'i;,V ' !_f__m'_-��rT?i "���-C--.1, v*.n-i��_irv*il jf'j-��*-*-""r-  /)        >  ./���������  n      "  ��  r   .  "S&MW-'.i,,-'  1^5?^1   '_. 1/  -iJ-��        i n      \  ���^-i ���"���_*�����"  4_��*-_?1__-_.  "IB  TO  tubliulit  f     or.  SriflE L8AD1. Ifhails Good for Sore Throat  ________ ^ Hoarseness?  ibli-.ti.--i ia tho inloic&t of the people  >f Movie and Ji-ast Kootenay.  7. -T.S.M  ������) Hi -,'��- -u CO.,    -'  l>at.ll��l"a--8->  One Teai  r__z .-.  I     *  ' SATUR,"  '.' ,'.i.-i.... "" '~*-*i '   <  y ' .  A vct.\  i   . . i   ',  Moyie i-.-j r.  _���_!.-1-V.fO'     *    '  raief-d t_  11300.; -' .  .', .and, the.. <* ^    ,  get the j-' ,  ' /,  '  ci ,  *���    The'  j ,'  Phoenix!  . about tbf'  if  Journal Jj /  ���appearaii- *  'Bouudai/  i,  ,   immense; ';  " from it.'!'  '' A       <      1"'  As an     i  adverti'si-   '  ��. body's M  ���.'  , cover of!"'  .'America'-! (  ,-for the si  '  compauv   _���  ., to helpt;';",  ' . pnb.isliii /,,,  ��� ���-    '" ,!'' ���'  ,' j The H' .  '   lished by".  i-The.cbay ���,'  '   '.ac-litalo':>  -���jusi-ieac-i!  ���;  *< *<  , c recced t' ��� *  ��� any has��</  ���-.'.ulhorizcj' -\  ��� of which-;���  '" Theiinoo". i  ; %-v\ sit!;.''  ���G. T. Iloj  ,-and M.  .. \  ... (r.  ��� will  rem  'Herald* a!-'  ������Crahbi'? *  - People lion learui,  ���' go -boat.'  .tired pooi!',  'Ihi'iu frre,  '���J.OOO pec 7;'  Chicago  'scarcely -  of these  ,.  from a cc  ' "by the li''  ,  Coiigb B  .  had over, -  have    w.  1130 of tli,  nn insiai  cannot b ���  Iain's Co  ' [or cold a,  it cured  severe cc  when bin,  monia.,'*  York.    ��  Trir3*c_r  n.-TEs or sujisciiiPTioN.  .    ' S2.00  3ao Vi'M..-   SATunUAJ'-, MARCH 18, 1905.    '  A doctor bay's that yawning is a  "most healthful exeruise, which may  ���jsizotvA. for ihe immll death rate in  Turonti..        , <   '  I'll. "Un-^i mi ��'P. ��������������������   '"   be    fiUed  ' k\  O, .ni     <n-  We are often asked fthat question, ,nd we have ^J^'  tiona that are beneficial.    One of the best we think is  DEi. SCOTT'S R 77.  It cures Hoarseness, removes Soreness  and  breaks  up a Cold.    -  Costs 50 cents a bottle at the  p O  Drus and Stationery Store, ;  : W. J. ATCHISON,  '���- *     ' ^~Z= '        , ,       PrOPK-ETOK.  Prescriptions carefully prggared.   i ^ ,  ,*.!.- ',1   ���')     ��� - 111        '       1      "-'  ;;!.���.. ........ .;*. tti.a  .itii.ii.n-   -uy*', **,ic1'  VlrLnu' -non uB liocki-y wnd .fooibull,  bat WI d'jad with nuliguiitioii when a  b.i'.lfi^hter,"  id       iiienuoned.-^fFernie  Di.^ler.��.yB that rue..; are Utile  u.4. after 40 years of dfiej ani. tbat after  W they 'should'be killed'., This may  'tie all right, buo theie is certainly   one  . institution that would be put -out of  bu.-u.e3i. by;subh,a practice.    It would  ' .kill every _Old Man's^.ho'me in the  country. '   '  CUr-rcl*. 9<*rTlob8.  '      pieeBYTEBiAH-In the. 'Oddfellows  ���HiiU.    Sunday tlchool at 3 p, m.^ J^v  ari.nj'.    L-ei'V'c'e < at, 'T'lflO. ri,  liviTybni' welcome.    '    ���     _-,'..._,  ' p. McDlARMID, Pastor.  ���.'   MBl'HODiST-^Suuday School at  3.p.  in.   Evening service at 7 :30 o'clooK.  Everyone welcome." , ,  LEWIS THOMAS, Pastor.   f  ' ";  CKicago-vidermrm Owes His Elec-  tJoiito01ittiilboi*lai-��.'8 0ouBH   - o  I    <��� *,,     ,   lteniody, '       .'     .  >'  "I cauhe.-rt.ly -ind   conscientiously  recommend'   .Chaioberlaw's   j, Cough  ^   Behiedi/ for afiectionsof the throat and  '   lungs." says,Hon. John  Shenick.   220  .   So.- Peoria' St.,- Chicago.   "Two -years  ago durine' a   political > caippaign,   J  "   bought cold   after 'being    overheated,  ,    .which irritated my .throat and  I  was  ��aall* compelled to stop,'   as  I . could  1    noi flrieali aloud.   In my  extremity  a  IrieruLadviaed t&e   to .tise, Cha.mbcr-  ,hvin'-a^Coi.gh��.Ecn-cdy( .I^look   two  'doses that aftqreoon and could not believe iny senses when I found the* next  morning the inflammation had largely  " __-,ib_r-a_-d.    I   took   soveral   doses   that  "2*.  r>_K  ���S  |Tlie -*id-4pn-d_M��gj^*ST1^|V��Aheld.BrI.c:o.  riSTOLS ^3}S}^lMiemAe. YqU v.llfind  rnn_^nnd%"l^TU��'a^U-klFI-K R-MG1-. ^  Xerti"thereh ltaaUm.^ T j^LEJi_S^  ^^.^^00   10*150.  I. 0. O. F.  TV-ld-ey l-oOifc Xo. 41*4-  Meets' every Monday evening'.in thpjr  hall  on  Victoria streBt.    Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  A. G. Moskhouse,      F* J* SsiY-'H,  , Noble'Grand. Be0**'-?-  Moyie   Miners'   "Onion  No. 71  W. F. of'M.  Meets 'in McGregor hall every < Saturday evenine. Sojourning members  are cordially invited to attend.  R.  TfiMBY,  Secretary  John McDo-*u_-D,  "    / President.  MOYIE AERTE NO. 855  '"* Saw, Planing and Lath Mills, ^  ~ MOYIE, B, C  H. CAMERON, Mgr.  1 f.  ;____5<___i_-__.^  '"���*i!__'-**-_?----i-?,--S:*  ',- FOE THE ENGAGEMENT.   '  .   .We are showing  a  most   charming  i        ,  e       ���-,      , f ���    . ���  line of      '('���   -," '    '   ���  ���' '     ,    DIAMOND j BINGS"    ���  lor engagements oi" for presentation oiv  ' birthday or any other occassion.    They  will make a.pleasirig, andv'ery accept-  gif t at, any time.' ,    ,   , ���  '/w.E. TATE, ���;  Graduate Optician,,-   ..ORAITRBOPK.  nos'T Fa". ��o _e��dfe'  illustrated ����Joir.. I* �� *  took of teiitiy refnrctl".  ami appe-.li) lo nil >*��v����  speif of ifinotlti-T.,MallW  fir A cents i�� stamps to pay |  I A-* YOU* dealer, nnd inslM  lotiou-eopdi. KyW .���.'������  1 not obtain them.letusl'now  |and-,lll-WP**lr*-cl'*-:<**|ees  I prepaid,'upon receipt of   lnr^ _Cm-u.--������.���- ���- r-.  t^\n^kk^��fgi ���&iUAH,  I ���!��� ���*��*****��� "p.o; BOX 4091      ..'  OHIOOPS.. j,j    CALL*. MA88.. U*p. A^  ��deti_   Every   Wednesday at '8 P. M.  E-A. HILL, '  "    J. H.HAWKE,'  tWorthy Pres. ,   -       Worthy Secr'y.  M  %m  m  b. e  A  Wholesale Wine  "and  Spirit] Mer:  chant.  * *' ,     ���  Agent.for Calgary'Brewing Oo-'s  Harvey   &;   MeCa;r"ter}  c- U' (*. C '  '"'Parristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.  ,   . ,      i        '      /'"''*' _.,  (Jranhrpok, ; - . -,' B*. o.  W. E. GTJRiD.  . i  ���,-S. ,, ,   ., , j      ,       l> 0  BAKBTSXBi-, SOtlCtTOB; 'ETC.  .-''-'*       r     -  cra.nbj.io6i-:'.       ; * .b. c  DBS. KING  c&  MILES,  "*   ,:;i3E.-3a*TISTS.']   <,  5  I I ..  Will be in Moyie Hth of each month.  -���;< i ?'**���     ���  Cranbrook, , S, -O;  ^ji?' -��.- -_.-������  -_-__-_--_,.-_---��-------��--_--. ' ������' ----------- -  1 MOYIE    HOTEL, j  I Thw -Hhtel is New and weli EurniJshed   The  !    k Tahles.Ire Supplied with the Best the ,  *        the Best Brands of. Liquors and Cigars.  1 HEADQUARTERS ^FOR COMMERCIAL.  >    l      i  AND MINING MEK, ,    -  ���     fc     ���/    , .___  W    -./.-j-rn* ��� _ -" I*-**- ,$* Q '   r    . ' '  George H. Thomjjgc  NELSON/,.- >  "'���'''-' ������*- _      ���   ^7T^^��^   pohvent.  lTE--!?b-T,--. C,'  hoarding and'iJaySchcibl  conducted by'lhe.S-S-ers of _3t. 'Joseph, Nelson  EC       bommereial  .and    business  courses a  specialty.    EsoeUe.nCe   and  wift progress  chai-acteaize  each  d^-  ���oai-t-nent.    Parents  should  write  ior  ���WW     I   took   soveral   closes   w..-u   particulars.    One'month   assures    he  -bubSiui-'u.    j-   ���-*4-"-,''-  �� i     ..      t   .y.p,   tiiorouehnes3   oi   ine  ���day.iept right on..al*.nB through the, g.ic  of     he   tlio J^^  ^^V,i,u;-Kii..iiant-this   ^^^-fl^lnceJanuaty,   April  and   Sept.  -I,,, J v-'nn ny deAt   in, thfe. .Council. ^ atQ adtrtitted dtirmt. term- _  .-x' ���        '' _i., i. fi-r Auli* bv W. J* Atchi-    -  T>%-ii3 lernedy 13 ior aiiie oy  �����������'  .1.,in.   .- ������-��� ,    -    ��� ^ ^y    .  isnaw' BtfsiNBsa    -  COMBINATION.  JOHN HUTCHISON,  A, M: SLACK.  eer, Ale ftfia Porter.  ,' : ,.' m,      -- -   *  T. Label & Co.'L '        .      _,  Hay and Grain,  Barkistke, Soucitob, Notary Public, &cv  CPANBEOO-i;   ,   British���Col.jmbi/-,  ���"   J '      ���"���"���    '      ". .in" .*�����"���'���_���  jff1��l---fM>!^_-JH--iM'-  ���In ourwrrunnel. .Mining Experts say U.will.grow rich^  ���''ank better.   Many lorge.Gold Veli.T;a^1��W *hjjd  and  ^ill be cuVin rapid succession:   Wfr. bi.n, tbe ' 200  acres  '*       "WIT_3-OUT DEBT/    , r  ...:-. At  goldeield (i  '^^^'HELP-tJS'MG1   "    ,',-.  ' 'E^ry Shared .Golden Sun Stock gives .ownership m   the  '   wT/rL 100 acres   and   Colorado  200-totul   300   acres.  TWO DIVIDENDS PBOM ONE IN\ES1M__.&1.  /    '% SI 5 Buys iOOp Shares  tis bdys 3,30b shares.   $90 bu>:sG 600 shares.   .Pull  .paid,  $10, buys o,ow (   -Non-asseBsable.     '  -       ������ "     ������  .  .,'. . BUY BEFORE THE PIIICE ADVANCES       ���        ,  500 PER   CENT  ^'-s^.^4^id c >. ��� ;-/  ; 204 Kittredge  Building; ���  j * ���.  :��m.  Foreign and  tlornes-.c Wines, liquors  and Cigars.  CEAIBEOOI: '  .   FROM ^ ,   .  A. B. Stewarts Go.  aJiciTBSitiuram]  and BAKERY. * ' ,  Meals served to Order.  Bread.iof Sale1  EF Y<  OANCELLAPKIN  dP RESERVE.  .  ,,,.,s  !���' N licrobTf^*^^ tlie  rCSe;V:l_10nf  .\.4ll.u,.l iii m-rsuancc of   the  Provisions   of  * ������'  .,,..0,1,. .in.1 Wc--toiii   Railway   Pub'Cly  ��� \  i;r,;,-^,,i^'itw.iU*b,-or, rwic'i,d    n  ���'        ^     ,    . ,*i iiio l!nrf<h   Columbia Gazette .  -U'A AAA   uiuull cases wberelaads  iU��"'i  't.m^doecurr.on-t   and   are  ^s0-  We have formed a partnership for  the purpose of cairying on business in  Fire, Life wid Accident Insurance;  Auctioneers and Stock Brokers.  Anybusin^8 "trusted to us will  receive prompt and   careful   attention  Hutchison & felack,  Least Block. CRANBROOK.  '.'*     *,  .And, Bath Roomn.  Ia STONE Building.  First;Glass.Work.  A, L. FRANKLIN  Twelve Loaves  FOR. PINE   TAILORING   GO    TO    ^  MfiifeCfiANT' -tAIIi'bR  'Fine   Suitings,    Overcoating  Trousers;   Imported    Goods.  ' 'B. 0  IbnB ���%OUR���-OBMBd  , TO tW   .      -     -.  For all kinds of sheet metal  works in-  ^''^EobVligS,   -W*A0B     '   i  heatingmmB-lo^eR  PIPING, ST0CK POPS; etc.   .  VVetalso  handle a   ^Wine^f ^e-  ^IcClery's Famous  Stoe  best m the nvarUstt.    ^ ^  ' PAT MORE BROS.  ' '        T.   C  CRANBROOK,^ _.^ r.v,.^v*-*  HOTEL.  f;   ���: ���'i.i^'^SE.'SiloHtaB; jra-MEt.;  *J,".."   -_..i.ia Aoi."     cxiiqit     iu  rri=^��=ir-'��.  Deputy coni-alM-oner ol Lftuds _. Work..  Laud, uud Work-:-Jep--rtiiieut,  Victoria, B. C-. 23rd February, 190..  " r^r~BYJ-USlNG ���'*���  ,.������;*.  (M'CYIE )  idoceral agent m British  Ooluiubitt for:  LIQUID  liL-SOtBlOITY,  MAGNETIC COMBS,;  'ASBESTOS LAMP WICKS,  MQY.IE,  ���THE���  Fo.   iUfther^parliciii^   regarding  .SIR  Ltj'-X.idC  tho Tort S  aav Dl^tri  \Vhorc *n  J_ake.  _. x  TAKE _  li. .0*-No.  atoun'-iii** -.-  Miucrs    * .*'  i;j.:'��;,T'-^  duys from  ���jug Recor  for Ibe pi)  tbe auovo  , Aud fut  soctibn 37  Buauccof  Dated tl  .-83  .TOI'ICE  �����nr-.iD-*"-abvBl-*ent-W.t  t1-'*1"^   day0   "���''br  .   i-.-.tice-B���-*-'-.'- ch'"I Commis-  licence to-;uv a"-1*-"? -      - ,    E���&t  Ii0o*  .���li.*.-,u*iic��ri,,.udlu.cd-.  iu  . oi-*-i-  '- '"^AAAv^k   ou   -b^Ye^  ,    ,   .,    ���  .-���������'-���"-������Y'^.rM  n.,.,i_.  .-.orui  "u   -*   ,-J^%S1i"-��foitUoHcr_U W1  ',ld0C^��pl,   Kootenay  rlatrlct:  coru-r of Lot-01,--roup   , cl.aU,s, tbeuce  tuouco West ou   -.ureyed He,    - u  , BoutolM'^^-f-f^^aU.lflO..-      ���������*������,  ���,^tl1^S^EMS^o;c0Mr^v,  i-aO*-'-'',   ,-* ltbiITED- -  '  geattle, IfWflaa  A.ID  AI.tl * '      '���-  Pacific  Coast Points  ! *���**  S-ij Pl_ii��^Hic3y3;  l^ew York  CENTRAL HD1E1.  I.ISSAb_->*IEH BBO-.   tf��P*"  r _.rt^Hip   l-onm   in   connection  Larue*, pnri._'*e   r*0fm     ; ,    " ,    -hPSl  with h9UBe -or commercial mon.   Bes.  of u-joommodationo.  l_tead4uartei'o  for'tJpm-  toeroial and Mining Men.  '       l1- '    <-.    ���*"*���   *" "-��� ���    ,',   "lu."   'il'l    ���   ���   ..'ji    ..I ii. 'n.i-lin _-���'"'-*"   '*"���   t. V. tdWli-BY5 -Pro^  .'  ' .      ,  '���  to  the  mines,  and  lift-  Soiitti Vicioria si  .MOTlfc  ASD  0. F. DESAULNIERf;:  ^,  TA  Bnck  ers     ''  brick in  ^ATLOR'&;i>i^S'  h* ��� \ '.'*. '.'.'���'���'".'���'" (.^rnorti". '.'��������� ! [  , . -_l' .-_.-i*��� *���  i.  V- V'.' :'. * r ^,;-_ '���  ��� '*:-li-itfila^rd arid- briok   ^^^f^  V^^V :nte*ld putting a carload of.  -aro.    ics/i-n-1*-"-*-* i-      _ uieaiate   use.*  brick in   ��Wjh|fiSf Un bohi*-  ���*_.'**vohe requirihE cniraul,., ���f ,u\j  i?ROMPT  DSLiVEB"^. .;  brick in   s^���,i���,_.--,. ^ * 2i,w4^-s-B.��  S^r.SrSe|S Av6i      M01OT  Snoe.   Vfcencli ranges a specialty        ^  ALL  JOINTS   BAST  Palice and Tourist  Sleepers,  Buffet,  ' Library cars, Modern Day coaches  .,'     Dining, ciir-.,    .Meals ...  ��� ���'; ; a-La OaTt-3--'V. -'-.  ; Besl; kealSf oil Wheels.  ��� {%   Fast btoaha ^  Ij., -    :^TRAl'W8vOMLY;��������.'',.  ''     For, Ticks ts. VEal?E, ,F^d3i(|. ^  i'tTU'U' i-i_o--matH-.v,-vcalloDl.cr  ad--  dres3-.^y  Great I-Tbrthern Agent  cr writb .,- -..-. ,    .,-,    ������ -,.A..  S G YERKte��5i     H.BtlAND^  '    D.W.t.A. c.,P..-l'.A.  Seattle,     ' 701 W.Bivemdj^   Ave  Waeb Sp ok vv   ���  WH01-ESAL-- AN-J.KEtAlI^  HEAT     MERCHANTS  Fresh and Cured .Motfts, Fresh  Fish, Game, ana Poultry.' We  sutiply  drily, ,the  be&U     YbUt  S&d "%*i  Britisli Col-amDia.  tirade solicited.  '* ���   -    '*'���-�����', .*,v.  ��      i*^. __. ��-_ _=-.i1bV  S.&JCI  t ..i  I'HKATOQUARlttr*'  rott East Koo******-*  __5ABiB^' .S^-  .Gbn[eGtioi2ery:Pruit3AC>gar&).TobdU0., ,  .'. (CALL  fete  ,*! *,1 '  "4.  '*_���  i  SEE TJ��*  ���..-��--.*< ���  *-.��,-���.

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