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The Moyie Leader Mar 24, 1906

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 iJK-^/Jv-y  i ��� j*  iVOL. 8, NO 50  MOYIE, B.C.,   MARCH 24. 1900.  $2 A YKAR  For The Ladies  '  ,   A nice assortment of'tbo Newest and, most-,fashin&We  "prool coaU.,  Juat arrived.    ���."���  ,f '')-;���  For Kt aud Btyle there ia nothing to heat'them?   The colore " are  Fawn, OliVa and gray in three different lengths','three-fourths and  ; ,ix eights and' full,length.^The Price is withtoyour reach   but  for  quality it it Wwiy up.   Yours for Values..*,- ���        '���    _,'   -  1 HE AURORA  A SHIPPER  Carload of Ore Goes  to Frank.  LOCAL N��WS.  /-  I  TWO 101'ol- RM  Ore   is,: Silver-Lead    But  ������ '.Carries a'Large,Pre- *   ,  rentage of Zinc-  A carload of ore was'shipped   this  we��dc from tho  Aurora,  mjno  on���ithe  west side ol the late, to .the smelter at  Frank, Alberta-   Two   more   carloads  are ready to be sent out.   This, is" tbe  firft ore shipped from the-'mine., The  ore carries a large per/cenlage oJ zinc.  Work m the mine is progressing, fa v-  Kl'.f           '                      '   ' '       '"   <      ���  orably,-   .      ��� - -.     ,   ' _  '",! /-The 100 Club, \    -  REMOVAL;1 NOTICE  : V'TheOffice of ','-*', *J\  BAN^ OF  THE "CANADIAN * BAPv W ��� ^OMMERCE  '-''cranb^h^b^  .' ���    .cor.o��r of Baker'anXCranbroc^Streets.^ , .^  , r,.<    .     ,.- _  ��� t.  F1RySALE-,;Vi  V';   By B^alo &:Elweil Lot- 10,  ��� ~    Block14.Late; Shore Addi7  tion.  A Snap.  ,{ i        l    J.    Sj_        "  James Park was ��n town Tuesday.  The fisblng��e*son opens tomorrow.  J. A. Arnold was in town Tuesday.  James " Crdnln , left for Rowland  Tuesday. ���   '  * Cbai, Armstrong wat, in  Cranbroolc.  Monday. "  Wm.Sroith'returned this week from  Ooiario, where he spent the winter. '  ' The Porto Rico Lumber Co. is mating good   progress  in clearing Lamb  creek, ,    ���,.""     ���  Mrs. I. Whitehead and Mrs. Jamca  Whitehead ware in Oranbrook the first  of the week,'t ,'V^ '  FOR 8ALE���House and lot.  House* has three'rooms. Good cellar,  outhouses, etc. For particulars' apply  at this office.  Mrs. Gorman'has leased fthe Brem-  ner boarding house and will open it  abeout April 10th.     , ^  J. C. Drewry.and A. J. Drewry wore  in Moyie this week for a day. , J. C.  has returned-to Ottawa. c  The name of the Knights of Pythias  lodge in Moyie'will be St. Eugene No.  Z7.~. The date for-instituting is not  set, ,,   ,, .        , , ,  The Moyie Aorie of E igles will initiate a "candidateat their meeting nsxt'  week, and a good "attendance isJ desired; ' ' - .'^ , , ���' , ���' t ,- ��  , A. B^Stewart was out of ' to,wn for  several days this week. ��� H. P, Lir��e  looked after, hia > store during his  absence./ - ~r/, T,     r",- ���  MacEachern.& Macdou'ald have pur  chased the twV show cases in  Laing's  KOOTENAY  CENTRE  L  Ten  Miles Be Built  at Once.  'DONE BY FIRST OF, M  A Bie: "Force of Men  "  50 teams Will Be  Employed  and  BMJfflBfSBBg  H.��<*omo  ,OKANBBOOIt  '<:v?$v;r  -SrrS-. j  "h,   'j ���***'  *'koyiB^B;fc?  SOLBEli1 WEST'SOAP'  60LPEN.WEST-:S0AP\  GOLDEN WEST SOAP.    ,  6BARS-----^0B-----26c  J. W. FITCH  Cranbrook'B, -"Hundred /Club'^    is  growiug very last, and rightly it should,  for it is going tu be of great  benefit,  to  the district.'  The object is to   got  100  members who  wilkpay $5  each,  the  money "to be used in getting out a  big  writeup of the district  containing   all  the lequired information, concerning       _ s  it. I The list of membership, as it now   barbtr shop and-have, put   them in  stands,'is as follows;"'_    ",   - *���   __ their store'/ _", .    '' .       .  TI)os. Mariden's wife "arrived from  Nelson <. 8un'day., ,Mr. Marsden has  chargo'of the grocery -department in  R. Campbell's store. ���   "     ,   ���  " ,  J, Manning', of; the Oranbrook Cooperative 'stores; was^bere this-jWeek  looking .after':tlie ^ furnishing" of the  LakerShore ^hotel.,0 ','; , , v" -.  - Pred Pierce'xSla .returned^.to Moyie  after',.an absence of '^several' years'.  Pie'rco'wbile working in the St. Eugene  some five>jeara* ago" gotVblasted and  hid'eyepightwas almost totally ruined'  W. J. Atchison was in Moyie, this  week-meeting hia many old friends.  Mr, Atchison is just recovering Irorn  a long sick spell, and-is not yet back  to bis former self. He intends'going  to California for a while.  1 J.,A. Harvey, FjxE. Simpson,; W. T.  'Reid.Dr. W.,S.Bell, 'R_E_.Baattie,  James Greer.'G. T.Rogers, A. Moffat,  J. It. Caslake, Dr. Miles!! T, M. .Robots, J. D, McBride, A.''W. McVittie,  S. J. Mighton. Wf F. Gurd, J. G-. Mc-'  Callum. W. D. Hill, J.' Harris, F. 'C.  MalpaB, C. E.^JKeid, V..Hyde Baker,  Hoggarth'��fcvRollina, E. H. Small, W.  ���K.- Wilson^ D. J.McSweyn,A.'B. Fen-  Wick, Fort Steele; C. A., Cock,-, \V. F.  Tate, <fc-Son,' A."BrGrace,flJ.','P. Fiuk.  E. Paterson, J. F. Iliichcroft, Marys-'  ville; D.3J. Johnson! H:,.White! J." F.  M. PiidthimV H.. D. Curtis, Dr. F. rE.'  'King, Perry '&. FiUgefalj;'lT.;\y:ari!-,  inaii, P. Devere'Hunt, A.,L. McDer-  mot, A.'C. Bownesa, C. H. -Dunbar,  George Leask, J. H. Thompson, Drs.  King & Green, Patmore Bros, 'B. H.  Short,P. Ma'therson.Clapp <fe Rollius,  Queens Hotel, Royal Hotel, E. South,  G. A. Gaskill, D. J. Elmer, Moyie, E.  Mallandaine, R. P. Benedict, F. J.  Smyth, Moyie.  Why patronize eastern travelers  when you can get your spring suit at  the eame price from C. A. Foote, the  tailor.  .���At xt&  MOYIE'S    LEADING    HOTEL.  Hotel Kootenay  The'best of accommodations  for the Traveling  Public.  Large and Commodious Sample Rooms. Billiard Rooms.  j McMAHON BROS. Proprietors.  Hats      Hats      Hats      Hats  We are now showing our spring styles in hats, including the^^  which i. all the rage in Eastern fashion circles.    Also all tho latest colors  shace. by the leading English, American & Canadian makers.  HILL'S HATS ARE THE BEST.  E. A. HILL,  THE  LEADING    LADIES' AND MEN'S   FURNISHER  Imperial Bank of Canada.  RAVINGS DEPARTMENT.  a   Savings  not.  com-  Deposits of 9LOO or upwards received.  There is no  better investment .than  Bank deposit.  Once opened it grows whether added to or  Interest   allowed at  current   rates   and  pounded twice a year.  ,  ORANBROOK BRANCH.  J J. F. M   PINKHAM, Manager.  FOR SALE  As a special inducement to people  wishing to own their own homes, I  am offering for sale  One Block of Lots  $100 Bach.  This  is excellent residential  property.  '     '      \-  , Tbe Canadian Pacific Railway com-l  pany has ciosed ".a contract with'the  Briush Columbia Contract Co. of Vancouver, for ,the construction of ten  miles of the Kootenay ' Central railway from Golden southward.  .Work will, be .commenced   at once  and according to the^coht'ra'ct must be  completed by May,l.     The 'road   will  ultimately be extended to Wardner on  the'Crow's  Neat'Pass line   and,will  open'up a   valuable   agricultural f and  mineral country.'   "        L   -_"  "   ,The contract for ihe'fi'St   ten  miles  was signed by Mr, William' Whyte 'on  oehalf of the C* P. R.' and" Mr. G.  H.^  Webster, manager.,of the company.    '.  ', r The stipulation is, that it  mustu be  completed by May 1, and us work can  not be started before the first of  next  month, it will mean that'tho ten miles  will have to be done'iin a  mouth.     A  force of men and 50 teams will be piu  to work about April 1st.  %ES&S<L��SSS& -^^^s��sss)&^afi^W^\\   IMI Will II H  L' es  Notwifhstanding the great scarcity  of  , Patatoes, we have sneceeded in securing  a car from Killyard, Washington, of the  finest white Patatoes we have ever   had  in our cellar. ���     "   .  - They boil well, are, dry without being  crumbly, and above'all they eat well.  Our prices are ��2 00 per 100, pounds  ,by, the Sack, and 2 1-2 cents per pound  in less than sacks.  ��� Give them a trial and you will be satisfied that they are well/worth the advanced price.,        '" , ���    ,  Y7*  \  -AND-  aedonalcU  f     i '"  majmM^aBwaas^sisss��JBSiSBSSBaat  Lake Shore Hotel,-  $650.OO i  Buys a 4 room  House and   Lot  on  Tavimock street.  $350.00  Buys a Lot on Victoria Ave,  $700.00  Buys a 4-room  House  and   Lot  iu  good location,  $300.00  Buya a  lot  with  50-foot   frontage;  one block from depot.  Oreston Items.  Mrs. Sam Miller of the Creaton  hotel returned Thursday from a trip  to Vancouver, where ehe had. gone to  attend the funeral of her father, Mr.  Fowler, who died of starvation, resultant upon ruffering from cancer of  the stomach.  Nearly a "month ago two young  men, deserters from the American  array, came to Creston from Spokane  with two young" women. ��� Yesterday  tho father of the girls, came' with a  warrant, and one of the men was ar-  eested by Coustable Wilson "for having Btolen goods in his possession."  The other was allowed, to go on suspended sentence. One of the men  will marry one of the girls, aud the  other will have ahe privilege of marrying the otbei.girl after a period of six  months.   Afflicted vrllh Khnuuiatlsm.  "I was and am yet atilicted with  rheumatism," Bays Mr. J. C. Bayde,  editor of the Herald, Aldington, Indian Territory, "but thanks to ,Chamberlain's Pain Balm am able once  more to attond to buBinesH, It is the  best of liniments," If troubled with  rheumatism give Paia Balm a trial  and you are oertaiu to be more than  pleased with the prompt relief which  it affords. One application relieves  the pain. For 6alo, by tlie Moyie Drue  <t Stationery <Jo.  ;>   The Oorbin Road./  ���tt'Th'e rails on the Corbin road are  Ui.lfor a distance of nearly -15 miles  south of' the International; boundary  line.'1' It is said , that as soon ae tho  road' is "completed1 to .-Bon ners", Ferry  the "��� train . that now runs between  Oranbrook'.and . Kimberley -will also  run between Cranbrook 'and_ Bonnera  Ferry, making three tripa a-week.  An-Epitaph.  In memory1 of,our Fathor,: Gone to  join hia appendix, hfs tonsils, his  olfactory nerve, his kidney, his eardrum and a leg prematurely removed  by a hospital surgeon who craved the  experience.���Newsboy's Magazine.  He Took Iron.'  Mr. Fiddle^���How did it happen  that you were arrested for stealing?  McNabb���It wai the doctors fault;  he told me to t>��ke iron, and so 1 took  a stove.   Date of Trial Set.  $550.00  Buys a lot on Victoria Ave.  lent location.  Excel-  $2,500.00  Buys Two Stores and a 5-room Cottage. This is a bargain, as the property is paying 30 per cent, and has  been for the past fiv�� years.  Lots for salo in all paits of town.  D. J. ELMER,  Agent for Townaite  Company.  STOP AT THE  COSMOPOLITAN  WHEN IN  ORANBROOK  K. H. BKAXL. M*o������r.  Good rooms, good  tablei and bar  and  drat olaes sample rorot.  c The date for the trial of ' Chas.  Moyer, W. D. Haywood and Geo. Pet-  libono is fixed at about May 15thL  Moyer has been taken to the jail at  Boise.   Do Not Neglect n It ail Cold.  Never allow a cold to take its course  Too often at this season of the year its  course is toward pneumonia. Chamberlain's Cough 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 tho Moyie  Drug <fc Stationery Co.  T.,V. Lowncy has taken a lease on  the Lake Shore hotel   on  south  Victoria street and' will run it in conjunction   with   the   Cosmopolitan    hotel.  The Lake Shore has  been' thoroughly  overhauled,.the rooms   repapered,   the'  woodwork'painted, a bath' room  wiih  porcelain bath tub installed, and in all  it has been mado one of trie most convenient   and  comfortable  houses   for  workingmen In South East K.6olenay.-  There are   28   rooms   furnished  wiih  iron bedsteads, 12 double beds and   32  single beds, good mattresses aud   bed-'  ding, substantial china toilet sets, etc.  The bath,room will bo free to the pat-  rous of,tha houVe.'   It is expected that  the house'will  be   leady' to  occupy  next week., '  ..  ���. ,  ,   METAL   MARKET. ,  -', Nkw  .York���Bar silver,* 'G5    cent*'  Lead, ifo.Lj.    Zinc (apeltor) $5.90.  London���Lead, ��1G.  GENERAL   NEWS   NOTES.  The Lethbndge miners are still out  on strike.  '  ���.      j    ��� , ,     (  Thos. Deasy of Victoria is  Nelson'*  new tire chief. , -   .    *'    '    r  'MaoKenzie-&lo7P.r Oo.  at  ��The," MacKonzies - will,', pUy  Eagle hall next Wednesday 'evening,  March 28. Mr. MacKenzio .and ,Mrs.  MacKenzio (Miss Jessie Glover) are  well'known to the people of Moyie,  they having given au entertainment  hore a few years ago.' They have now  added to their company and will be  more pleasing than ever. They will  give new comedy and drama, aud will  make a particular feature of the latest  sensation, "For God and Country," an  episode of the Souih African war.  Mrs. MacKenzie appears in this as ' a  Red Cross nurse. The play is said to  be thrilling and very patriotic.  The' labor_ troubles   at   Bonnington  Falls have been bottled.. ���    ,  Some Booze Statistics.  Church Sorrlce..  Pkkbdyteriak���In the Oddfellows  Hall. Suuday School at 3 p. in. Evening    service   at 7 :30.  Everyone welcome.  G. H. FINLAY, Pastor.  Methodist���Sunday School at 3 p  m.   Evening service at 7:30 o'clocn.  Everyono welcome.  D. M. PERLEY, B. A.. Pastor.  DON'T FORGET  when you aro in need of  ��n engagement or wedding Ring that we have a  good assortment to choose  from.  W. H. WILSON,  Jewfler.  ORANBROOK, B. C  Wallace, Idaho, has more saloons  according to population than any  other city in the northwest. The  number is 30, and tho population is  3,500, or one saloon for each 117 residents.' Lewiston has 23 saloons, Banners Feny, 16: Sandpoint. 15; Coeui;  d'Alene, 15 ; Moscow,,10.  Valencia Findings. '  The findings of the commissioners  who investigated tho Valencia disaiter  aro made. They find tho wreck duo  to an error of judgment on tho part  of Capt. Johnson. They recommend  the establishment of a life saving' station and many other aids to navigation.  Is Your Watch  Going Satisfactory?  Many w,itches do not because  thoy are allowed to run TOO LONG  without cleaning.  Savk Your Watch and money  by sending it to us, wliere it wit receive proper treatment.  Mr. E. A. Hill o( Moyie is our  agent.  W. F. TATE & soar.  Jewelers and  Graduate Opticians.  CRANBROOK, B. C.  Ofiiclal W*tch Inspeotor for C.   P    R  Crow's Nem Puss Division.  *        1  It. is said that Mormonism is  branching out into the South Sea  'Islands, where the fiuost specimenn of  physical womanhood are to be   found1..  Hill will build 3,000 miles of railroads in the Canadian West, A' line  will bo built from Havre to Edmonton,  400 miles long, aud a branch 400 mile���  long, and a branch to Calgary.  The Butte Miner's union has inaugurated a movement to inJuoo the govr-  ernmeut of the United States 10 appropriate 100,000 acres of government  laud in Montana to establish a home  for aged aud incapacitated miners,  millmen, and gmeltermen.  ������rnrcs the flavor  ��� '..'   '     l-.ehcakh*  r      Ol  * I" *   A  r% * *!  V-H    1  i ' I  S-J-* I  F.  - I  "  A, carload  of Peterborough cana��4  havQ been shipped   to Seattle^  'The greatest system of Jresh water -  nav.g*tiou in tho-world is in Canada. v  r i..  -"  Vancouver is to have' a company ' of ^ .  North Pole explorers fittud up at that' - ,  city.1      /.��-     , -    ''",'"''������.,.,  James Dunsmuir is toibe appointed   .  Heutonan't ] governor f, tor succeed -Sir  Ileiiri Jo'.y.' .    ,,    <* '     -  The   Torlo'Rico Lumbor Co,' hate'  built an up to 'date sash and door factory in Moose Jaw! ti  The King Lumber Co. is planning to  build    the   largest  sawmill   in   S-'uth     '  East Kootenay, at  Cranbrook.    When    c  completed it will coat $100,000. ,  In the speed contests on typewriters  at tbe national business show in Chicago a woman made the record for the  smallest number of mistakes in her  copy. She w.is Miss Elizabeth Baker,  and in half au hour she wrote 40S5  woide, making mistakes in only 52 of  them.  ��i;  <\1S  �� #1  rj 1  1--41  - i.;r'  ^TChr I  ,"'*-'.L - I'HJi. Lj<;;r\.ui<;jtr;viui  l'IJE. BRITISH COLUMBIA.  >4|  0    "','lf_  ���"���,-. 13  ,'VS|^  '\W& '.  .y-r-r-r-t^-t Mttt t-��-��~M>~t--��+ -���"���--* ft ttymttttttint �����?  | Linked by Fate  BY CHARLES GARVICE 1  Author of " The Verdict of the Heart," " A Heritage   ���  of Hate," "Nell of Shorne Mills/' "Paid I  For/'"A Modern Juliet/'Etc  . < - t  n X  3hH <HMt ��-MHM--M-++-H~M--M--M ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ++���,������������ �� ��� M��fc  mm  l���� 'it   'At Brew <'  I r ft-    r>K'idi.��lri  ?M4fcfciii>i  >    S��&$8>i  -'CIS,  V#��' '  6' ..  -. '"if;  ���v''A  1  i-;  .    'A  III  If,  '���'���, 'vlh  Continued from last week.'  CHAPTER XV.  It was a fluke, of course, aided by  Polly's sharpnes^; and it is to , he  . hoped'thai. it will not' inspire tha  sagacious render to sit down and  write a play, cither in 'one ' or three  acts.    ,  It was put, in rehearsal at , once,  and; of course, the troubles which  always beset a playl from its hirih  to its-production, and not seldom ul'-  ���"lerwards, at once set m, There was  a part in it lor which .Mr. llarcourt  cast the low comedy lad.v���she used  to be called a soubretle���but tho  lady didn't like it���said 'it wasn't  "strong"  enough.  "Not strong enough, jf you please!"  exclaimed Polly to .Nina with a  snoit. "Why, it's as slipng iis San-  dow, only st's in a new ,, anil quiet  way. She likes u pint that let's her  , tear about the'stage and knock- the  men's hats oil; anti, of course, tins  doesn't suit her. Not strong: Why,  '   listen t'o this!"        e       '    ,  She did a bit ot the part, nod Nina's ejes sparkled. But 'she said  nothing; she could be as secret is o as  , Polly���it is,., a gift ,which most women possess���tnit the next evening she,  gave Polly a dealer , for 'Mr.. Jfur-  .' court. ' .   ,      "  ',-IIe read it, stared fi.\cdly at Folly;  . frowned .doubtfully,   then   said'   with  , acute  misery- in   his  voice  ana  countenance: ' '    ' i��       '  "Well, you can try it���only try, it,  mind! We'll sou how .you .get ,on. at  the next rehearsal. JNo\v, what are  you staring at?" ,    *   ���  ^      "I   don't  know   what  you  ' mean,"  said  Polly. ' "       , '  ''Oil," don't you? Well, j our friend,'  Mr. Wood, wants'you to have tho  part of Sally,, Urown."  - Polly uttered  a  cry and '"the     tears,  sprang  into  her e.^es.  "Oh, Sir.1 Hurcourt!" slip gasped.  But Mr. llarcourt 'sniffed,, and ' hurried off;" perhaps he was. unaccustomed'to  gratitude.  f Polly,    when   shclgof     home     that  1   niglitl kissed JN'ina'very quietly.  ; "Vou Know vou 'are, giv ifig ine Urn  chance of my life, dear?" she said,  gravely.. "But, oh,, if I miss,it I shall  spoil your play!"     > ��� i ,  ''  "Vou     won't , miss    it,    and     you  couldn't sp'oll-my play  if vou tried,"  "<6a~id'-M'ina?   tenderly.      "Imikmii   that  you will play the part'splendidly.'.'   >  "If you'll only help mo m���X'll'do  my best,"  faltered Polly.  - They' went over it thel-e and' then,  and kept at it until the dawn peeped  in at,tlie window at two   pole-faced,  i   excited-girls; so  that at the next re-,  he.ii'.sal Potty  was not only1 perfect in  her -words  but  in  her  business.- 'The  ' stage  manager did not  throw  up'his  arms   in     delighted  satislacUori���thej  ' only  do(rthis  in^novels���but he'grunt-,  ed  and ' nodded   at     her,  and     Polly;  '   thrilled with pride and hop.;.  Nina  suflered  a  great  deal     during  the n-ehearsals  because  she could  not  "J'be present.   ("Vou   couldn't     cut    oft  that  beautiful     hair  of   ->our&  ��� and  come   down, to   the  theatre in  a'blue  serge  suit  and    a  limp?"c    suggested  Polly.) But the little play was    well  cast,   arid   the   stage   nuiniigcr     knew  his business.  Polly reported  every day,    reported  .fully,  and  Nina gave a  hint     or  two  ,which    Polly���heaxen    knows      how,���  r managed to  convey  to  the other   actors.  Presently Tolly brought her nn  -���rUertiseruent announcing thp olav  and Nina, wien she wa^ alone, iicut  over it witli a strange in^tuie of  ecstacy and sudne.-F>; -ior e\eli tho  production of this her hrsL effort  could not bring her peifcct happiness. Tlie fly is1 still in e\erv j>ieco  of, amber which wo mortals carve for  ourselves.  But at the last ichearsa! Polly got  permission  for     "Sir.   Wood's"  sisior  to  be  present;   and ,   Nina,   hot     and  , cold  by turns,   watched   it     fiom   tho  stage. It sent her down to the lowest  >    depths of despair; because e\en ��  last  "   rehearsal is  a hopeless  and  appalling  thing.  "3 didn't think jt could he quite Bo  stupid." she said, meaning the play  "Trie poor peopl" won't he able" to  sit it out. Oh, l'oll\, I'm so soi'iy  for all tlie trouble J'\e gi\en jou  and eveiybody else concerned! Do  jou think Sir. 1-1.u court would let  me withdraw it''"  , "I don't Know but 7 II nsk him if  you like You silly, it s splendid, and  thev all know it Miss '1'iuccv was  tired, and I dc-n't mean t(, gi\e mv-  self i��,ij till Ihi' niiilil It will go  with a lush, \ dm see. And oh, l;e-  ciina, we'll���we'll liuM' a supper at  the C'ri���jnd a bottle of cliam-  paj;ne���a  big  one;''  Tlie night aniM'd. I'ollv wanton  1K ci ii .a to h.iw a lm\, hut N nn s,.|,|  sin. pi.'H'i i e,l li. r uM s-'al lu-lnud i he  ;nll,il   in the  up,.i r ( il cle.  No one will s,-, ine and if u s a  fnihir,'���as ,i will he���f can sl,p out  ami   diown   in\ seif  (|un-tls   and   \mi1i-  OUt   I'll',     1USS  'Jlcfer li.mn \ oin s��lf��� i ound my  iiclU, ' said  r.iH.N . |  -M:.n ii.pt to her place Din- or  tW(, p. isims wile ,,li..id\ sealed, and  thi', glanced i 'irionsl\ .it ill-' lovely  i!!'I wiih the white line .mil humous '  c:,c-s but she ill i w well hehnid her  pillar ���nd tiled to possess her soul in  patidiri |  A  ln,si night   is a  Im'i!   tune   for tlie  .   manager' and' the  actors���to  say    nothing of the audience���-but. it  is -worse-  -   for . the   aiulior.-  because     he.     'poor  -    vvrotch.   can   only  look  oil  and enduro  in  inaction.   Nina   thought  the    overture  would :   never    end. . the   curtain,  never igo up:   biit.it'ascended  at last. .'  and   the    l-'liiy   began   to   a .crammed  pit and gallery; an upper circle fairly  well  filled   and   a   sprinkling   ', in     the  dress  circle   and   stalls.. |  ]"oi- a-moment' or two the scene  swam before Nina's eyes,- and she:  could not see the actors nor hear I  their voices; but presently sight and  hearing came back to her, and, incredible as it may seem, she almost-  forgot her authorship in her interest  in the play. Were these sparkling  .words hers? Was it she who wrote  the lines that, spoken by Miss Tra-  cey, brought the tears very'near her,  * Nina's, eyes'? Did she invent the business which in Polly's clever hands  caused the theatre to ring with laughter? Oh, how sweet, how sweet was  the sound of that laughter in Nina's  eurs!  Tho colpr stole to her face,   her  THE   POINT OF VIEW.  They sat-bcfoin ihe kitchen range.  The corn wa�� bolibing in the pan,  She was a hvveet and loving lass,  He was a brave but bashful man.  For full a ycai on her he'd called  And looked fne love lie bore the maid,  But still It sei-nied he never would  Declare hiro��elC without her aid.  So, weary of the longr delay,  A hint rcso sod to give him,  She said: "Look at the'frisky corn.  1 do declare it's poiipin',  Jim!  "Tt s pojipin', poppm', Jim!   Dear me!  What Is It tellln', don't you know?"  Ho blusried and ros...   "I guess," buIU he.  "It's tellln" me It's time to bo!"  ���Henrj     Waldorf    FranWa    In    Woman's  Home Companion  The   Lne   of   burvmant.  for mail}* your* one of the states  was represented in rhe senate by a  inn u who possessed luuny fine qualities,  but who frequently In hired the causes  he ndvooutf-d aud alimiated tho<��o who  drsucil to be friendly by hia sarcastic  manner both In speaking and in writing The senator hail au Intimate  fi-ifiid who had written to htm to urge  (lie appointment of another friend to a  position under the government 'To this  letter the senator returned a'-very'sarcastic answer, declining .at. the same  time to recommend ' the appointment.  It is said that he never forgot the,  uierited'rebuke.'he received from the  friend who had suggested the appointment.  "My Dear Senator���I think it would  be well for you to! reserve your sarcasm for the rapidly increasing number of your enemies instead of offering  it to the decreasing number of your  friends, of whom I am one." (j  Soon after the senator received this1  communication he brought about the  desired appointment.  ! Voluble.  "Have you seen Professor Gabbleton,  the scientist, lately?"  "Yes; 1 listened to him for more than  an hour at the club last night."  "Indeed! What was he talking  shout?''  "He didn't say."      ,  eyes grew bright. Was.her poor little  plav, going to be a success���really a  success? '  She began to glance round ��� the  theatre���only glauc^r-for she could  scarcely take her eyes ..from the play.  What did these gentlemen in tho  stalls, the critics,' think at it? She  saw one whom she supposed, belonged to tho awful tribe lauglir |ind nod  to a fellow member. Was he*, really  satisfied? " "S  i The people were laughing, the;r;lay  was going smoothly and "strong,"  Her heart beat with almost painful  rapidity, but still fearfully, 'for your  author is a modest and' a timid coney. How splendidly iriss, Tracey'  played! And Polly���oh, you dear,  sweet girl, rto make them laugh every time you open your lips! How,  how do you do it?  Her eyes 'wandered from the stalls  to the boxes and scanned the faces  of the few occupants" with cage,jv��nx-  oious.i inquiry. Th��'ii suddenly she forgot ,her anxiety, the players, the play  'itself, and her' face, grew pale, and  her, eyes fixed us she gazed' spell-,  bound at'the box nearest, the stage  on  the' first tier. <*>  A lady and gentleman had entered.  A' lovely woman with auburn .hair  . with golden lights in it, with sapphire eyes of.-wondrous hue, with a  'face of clear ivory, and, lips on which  pien might swear-away' their ���, lives,  their honor, their souls. The ' man  was young-old, beautifully dressed,  with an orchid in ihe silk facing ot  Just irreproachable coat, ,and a fixed  Miule on his Tpain'tgd lips. Hut Nina  "had no'eyes Ibrahim." She'knew "the  woman ' in a, moment���at' the first,  glance.       ,,,��� ��� ,  Tt was the original of the portrait  in vVane .Slannering's coat; it was'  the woman he loved, the woman  whose name he Viad breatneci as -Mn.-i.  had leant over him that night*in me  men's hutr'lt was .Judith! ���  As '" Judith Orme sank' into1 Vher  chair,' and, dropping tlie, opera-  cloak ^from her white shoulders, looked round the house .with, a" , languid  and yet serene ga?e, Nina felt as if  tlie .sapphire eyes were fixed', on her,'  ,and her" heart seemed to cease beating. _rier bieath came, in painful  gasps."She .tried to look at the stago  again, but her eyes, as if m'agnoti/.ed,  wandered back to the exquisite* '.face,  the,exquisite grace of'tlie woman.1  'the young-old man went out of the  box, and presently another, a younger man, entered. He was dark, almost sallow, with brilliant black  eyes and thin lips. Both eyes and lipa  seemed restless,1 as he bent over Judith's chair, and Nina landed that  she could almost see his hand trcmblu  as it rested on the chair-back.  ' "Oh, are'you here-'" said Judith,  withii slight uplift mgi of the beauti-  lul 'brows, a curve on the perfect  lip's. ������'���  ' " .,*'*.  "Yes;" he said! in n low voice with  the'thrillcin it which passipn . alone  can give���tlie,, passion that burns like  the, smouldering fire' of,'a volcano, tho  fire that, though it seems 'so still,  so innocent, may "burst into a death-  dealing flame at any moment. "Yesj  .vou said \ on, were coming, and���lam  here."  She smiled with the woman's" tolerance for tlie love she does not desire , ,  "Vou may stay," she said., "Sry  lasher���well. lie mav look , in for a  moment before the musical farce is  over Are >oii alone? is"���she paused  an imperceptible .instant���"is Lord  Stanni-'ring  here''"  Tho  quest ion  was i��.t  in  thec  most,  casual wav.  but  a  cloud descended on  /the   sallow   face and  the  lids drooped  ovoi   the  brilliant eves.  "\ane is here, or will be here, I  think." h,e replied. "1 came early. T  wanted  to  see���this new  piece ''  "Yes->" she said. "Tt' is rather  good. is it not? The people are  laughing a  great  deal."  ''But  not the piece alone," he went  on  in  a  lower voice.   "You  said    you'  were  coming early, you   remember "  "Did I''", with a smile,   "I   forypt "  (To be C~>utiiued.)   ,  WINNERS   OF   PRIZES  In the Great Diary Contest in which  $200   in   Gold  was Awarded  for   the  Best   Record  of   Events   kept  during;  i9o5  in  Dr.   Chase's   Almanac.  A Similar Contest for  1906 is Now Going on  Thousands of persons who are keeping a record of  events in Dr. Chase's Almanac will read with interest the  list of prize-winners in the 1905 competition.    Though  this  WESTERN  ASSURANCE REPORT.  Annual    Statement    Show's   Company  I ,to  be   Enjoying  Prosperity.  The annual statement of the "Western Assurance Company will bo found  in another pan of this ,iesue, and will  be seen 10 be"one that does much  credit to this progressive company.  The vear's transactions resulted in  '$50 34012 being devoted to dividends,  and $13S,234.C9 added to the-reserve  fund which now amounts to ?l,;4^,-  0*0 42. The liability for unearned  premiums on' unexpired risks is esti  mated at $1,352.1^.40. Uy deducting  this sum from the reserve 'it is seen  that there is a surplus over capita,  and all liabilities amounting to $419,  S3C 90 The fire premiums during tho  vear amounted to ?2.S8S,D90.:)4, and  ihe marine premiums to $70��,761. I he  fire losses were ?l,.r.47.9U��.20, and the  contest was   not announced until late in the year , many peo-  marine. losses $cc^1"-5I:hlf,h ^.mb-  i.    ���       4.l.n;-    ���1     eellent    list    of   assets, which   is pun-  moil sent   111   their   al-   j^fj/^ a���nuttl statement shows  "    '    ' that almost one-third of thorn consist  of municipal bonds and  debentures.  The Turkish Soul.  Tho primitive religion of tho Turks  in Central Asia included' the worship  of water, air, earth, as also tlie .sacri,-  (ico of oxen under the- shade of huge  tree,s. 12von to this day one witnesses  in Asia Minor and,in the vicinity oi  fjonstiiiitinoplo'gigantic piano trees  held in reverence by .successive geper-  rions. After their exit from their land  of origin tho Turks , successively beT  camo 'Buddhists, Xestorians, Christians, Mohammedans, with perfect indifference- .according to the nature oi  thoti;, conquests and tho necessities^ oi  tlioir politics.' This entire absence ol  boncern in niatteis moral' was counterbalanced by their esprit do corps, dis:  ciplino, and passive obedionce-.to.thcij  bliiof. A .military people,t/tlicy possess-  el'the qualities and detects of a soldier 011 the march; they v>oro blopd-  thirsty and brutal, but also candid  and generous, obstinate, but, nrm on  tho point, of 'honor ,'jiow wrnthfn.1 > and  tlion mirthful, on tlie spur of tho moment, flow full of activity, succumbing  without transition to a state' of uttei  indolence.���From Armenia.  pie  from all' parts of this broad Domi  manacs and the greatest enthusiasm has been manifested.  If there was ever any doubt as to'the popularity of the  diary feature of Dr. Chase's Almanac, it, can certainly no  longer exist, and judging ' byvthe nature of the entries in  these , books they must prove of great value to persons keeping such records.,' ' "���      .      '  This is a copy of the report sent in by the."committee ,of  newspaper men who acted as judges :-���  -  ,��� ,   *   .Toronto, Feb. lo, 1906. ,  Messrs. Edmanson, Bates & Co., Toronto: ' -inn  Dear Sirs,���"Wo.  tho undersigned, have   carefully     exnmined    tho     Vr.  Chase'*  Calendar  Almanacs  submitted for  tho Diary ���Co'ntest  for 1905,  and  take pleasuro 'in  announcing, that w'o have awarded tho  prizes us follows:���  First,   $100  in  gold, ^r.   Henry Uu'rtoni Brooklin,  Ont, ^  ,    Second,. $50 'in gold,'Mrs. James Beairsto, Miscouch'e, P.E.I.  ��� Third, $25 in gold, Mrs Robert Roddick', Winchester, Out.  ''   ' .Fourth,, $5 in gold, Mrs.  Alf Stevens, Burgossvillo,  Out. , ���       ' < '  Fifth,  !j>5 in  gold,  Mrs,  Richard Whyto, Lyons, Ont. ',  Sixth,  ?5 in  gold,  Mr. AViltord  Van  Watt, Ilnmpstead, N.B..  '**   Seventh, $5 in gold, Mr. Robert. Robertson, North  Georgetown, Quo.'  Eighth, $5 in, gold, Mr. James E. McLatchy, iWindsor,  N.S. '    -  'Ninth, $5 in gold,  Mrs.  Sarah  Jnn'o Burroughs, Shellinoutli, Man.  While tho work of seleeting''tho piize-wiunors has'been    rather difficult,  we have favored, those who kept the most complete and, most useful record of  everyday events.   ���'.',.,' ' -  (Signed.) J. F. MACKAY, Busv Mgr. The Globe.  CHAS.. C." NORR1S. Mail andpEmpire.' "      " ��� '    ,'  '     '     -        ���   ,   ,H.  E.  SS1A1.LPIECE. Adv.'Mgr.iThe World.   ,''*'���     ,  The 1906'edition ot Dr. Chase's, Almanac has boon placed in every homo  in Canada, so far as possible, but owing <jo incomplete  lists    in tlie    West  there are'many   families  wo havo <becn unable to reach.  .,       "    t    ��� ���"  /    ,    ���  The Almanac will be sent free, postpaid, to all who send their name and  ' address 'to Edmanson,- Bates & Co., Toronto,  and, mention  this  paper,.     ^It >  contains ,full particulars aboutathe dia-ry contest for,190G ' ',            ,  FEAST DAY COOKERY.  Sqvsurti In the Shell, Salad, Jelly, ��nd  ���a Turkey Trick.'  ' (  ' There are several ways of. serving  , baked squash. One of the-best Is as  follows: Cut or saw through, the shell  and separate ('Into individual portions.  'Lay shell side down in a baking pan,  turn In a little hot water to keep trie  ^an from burning and bake in a hot  oven'until tender. Serve folded'in a  napkin. Eat from the shell with butter,'  salt and pepper. .When, convenient-  bake the bits of squash, as,' potatoes  are baked, "on the grate, dry heat being  preferable, says Boston Cooking School  .Magazine, which is the source of this  and the following suggestions:  '     '    JL. CrlnptSalad.  A,crisp'salad Is an'essential'part of  a ' rich .Thanksgiving dinner, and ���f or  this 'no ingredients can be more appro:  prlate than celery and apple.; Mayonnaise dressing is suitable for an evening spread or , a chafing dish* supper,  but it is entirely out of % place for'the  dinner'of the'day." .So also ia the boiled  dressing, t Frenctu. dressing lightly ar>  plled is the only item that fills the bill.  To prepare this mix' all the'ingredients  together to form a complete emulsion,  then mix with the prepared salad materials or dress the materials' with oil,'  seasonings and, acid in the foregoing  order. -     '    i        v ,  Cranberry Jeiiy.  If cranberry Jelly rather than sauce  please your fancy the directions given  must be followed explicitly. To' one  quart of berries add one cup of water,  cover and cook quickly about five minutes or until the berries burst. Lift the  cover occasionally lest the foaming  fruit overflow the dish. Press at once  through a sieve. A puree sieve that fits  firmly into the lower part of a double  boiler and a wooden pestle will enable-  you to do this part of the work' In  about three minutes. Add at once to  the puree two cups of sugar, mix thoroughly and turn into a mold.  Pumpkin  Pic.  Select a small, fine grained pumpkin.  Steam or bake It until perfectly tender/  then press through a colander. To a  pint of., the sifted pumpkin add one  quart of rich milk, three well beaten  eggs, one small cup of sugar, one tea-  spoonful of ginger and half a teaspoon-  fnl of salt Line two deep pie tins with  good pastry, pour in tho pumpkin mixture, sift a little sugar and a dusting  of nutmeg over the top and bake until  firm In the center and golden brown In  color.  ��� Wrinkle In Baklnc Turkey.  A New Yorker suggests a novel way  of securing a moist and well flavored  roast turkey. When the fowl has been  trussed and made ready for baking  smear over the surface of the bird  with thick sour cream, let stand some  hours or, better still, overnight or even  longer In the refrigerator. Then' with  proper baking a peculiarly tender bird  Is the result In spreading steaks and  roasts with olive oil and vinegar we  follow out the same principle. In both  eases the oil (In one butter fat) excludes the air and preserves the flesh,  while Uie acetic acid In the cream and  vinegar respectively is softening the  fibers.  -x ne  uilUeu   Man.  At the headwaters of the Orinoco the  Spanish traditions located the land of  El Dorado, "Thei". Glided Mau," a potentate whose .country was so rich In  gold dust that he, bad his body anointed with oil and sprinkled wiih gold every morning, so that he shone in the  sun as though gilded. It is a curious'  fact that the country in which' tradition located this marvelous being has  never been explored by a white man]  The-Gold^n 'Created  Wren.  , The golden crested wren is the smallest not only of British but of all' European birds.'/Its average weight/ is  only about - eight grains troy., Tbe  length 'of tho feathers' Is about three  and a half inches and-''the stretch of  the -wings about five Inches, but when  'the feathers hre'tukenoff the'length of  the body does not exceed one Inch.  A   Poor 'Trade.   '  "Yes,"',said-, the   African   chieftain  pleasantly, "I gave eight mules for,my  .wife, and I must say that I got,badly  'bunkoed." ,     ,   ,''"    , ���  "So?" ' - '        .    i    :    ,.'  "That's what. , It was found a" case  of swapping eight for one."      ^ ,  ���  - ' ', Geo��rrni>liieN  to   Ulame.     . -      .,  Askfany hundred English men, women or children what'is .the'name of  the capital of Russia, and every one of  them will reply,*' "St. -Petersburg." It,  may be'a-small matter,? but in point of  fact' the"proper name is "Petersburg."  The English are the only folk who insist uponr the "Saint.J' The city .was  .founded ,by ,Peter tlie Great and is  -named after iiimV It Is-quite;true' tlmt  Peter, was one ofc the most extraordinary, jnen that ever'filled, a .throne, but  no one would ha've~beeu"'more astounded''than himgolf at,being dubbed a  saint. Lie neither lived nor'died in-the  odor of sanctity, and it is hard to", find  out how it became tlie English fashion  to miscall the splendid town he founded.���London'Mail. '  -  THEY MADE THIS  OdUPLE HAPPY  DODD'S  ''GOOD  KIDNEY      PILLS'    DOING  WORK   AROUND  PORT'*  ��� ;    ARTHUR. , . ,       ,'   -  Witchi'M   In   EKR-Hhell/i.  . When Napoleon III. was approaching  sovereignty he,asked a judicious friend  to observe him carefully for' a week  and to point out to him anything that  he did which was not according to the  severest code of the manner of a well  bred man. At the end of the week  there was only one practice which his  ,fricnd had noticed. The emperor after  eating a boiled egg invariably thrust  his spoon through it. Whence this piac-  tlce has arisen, at one time not uncommon, it is'difficult to say. Some date it  from a very early period and assume  that it was done originally In order to  prevent witches sailing in the eggshells.  Clock Washing for a Living.  "1'vo been washing the faces of  clocks tor close-upon ten years," said  a man to Answers recently, "and the  few of us in this line of business manage to do pretty well at it."  "Is your work anything like that of  tho steeple-climber?"  lie  was asked.  "No," ho replied, with twinkling  eye, much amused, "only in one tliinii  and that is that mostly sailors take up  tho 'trade. That's because we're good  climbers, you know. I've- washed the  faces of church and city clocks that  were 180 ieet from the ground and it  took mo two or threo weeks to do it.  I'm a practical clock repairer, too,���  have to be,, you know���and do my  work in a huge wooden cradle  .nade for the purpose. Some ripely  get tlioir laees dirty in a year or so ;  others remain clean ten years, and sn  on. Rig Ben, Westininste \s gieat  clock, is excpecU'd to keep clean fifteen veins.  '���In the old days the tiade \i��s nioie  d.uvrci oils. We used to work lioiu  Siiiiiolils and got ninny nasty tails.  Now no have tlie cradles, and all uic  j filings and comtorts, and il a ninn  ':eeps his head, he can uoik as v\ell  is  on   the   1 ei b "  20 Years of Vile Catarrh ��� Chan. O.  Brown, Journalist, of Duluth, Minn.,  writes: "I have been a sufferer from  Throat and Nasal. Catarrh for over- 20  years, during, which time my head has  'jwn stopped up and my condition truly  miserable. Within 15 minutes after us-  tnc; Dr. Aphew's GTatarrhnl Powder I  obtained relief. ,,- Three bottles had almost. If not entirely, cured me." 50c.���73  The   Word-".Tn��r."  In many-English country dialects the  word   "jag"   is   found.     It   originally JW.B.  Lewaller,  meant a small load of hay, from which  it came to mean a load'of drink so big  as to overcome one. "Jag" possesses  an infinite number of meanings. Tho  original meaning, "a load," has been  extended to the journey- with the load,  Plot Agairist the President.  New   Orleans.���-Declaring   that   hoi-  life would  be taken unless she assas-  inates   President  Roosevelt,  a  young  woman  who   gave, her name as   iMrs.  of    Philadelphia, ap  plied at the central police headquarters for protection." She spoke rationally oh all general subjects, but tlie  police and coroner decided to detain  ner for examination. Mrs. Lewaller  said that she fell in with a party.of  socialists in Philadelphia and that she  the saddlebags which hold it and tbe|was taken to a room there and made  act of carrying'it, while in certain dis- t> take an oath against the President,  tricts it signifies a -blister,' the head of'being told that she w.o'uld-bo destroy-  a flower, calf leather :ard ��� fatigue, iu ed if 'it was not executed. She said  addition to coinciding wiih' "jog" and slle  fled to   Houston,  figuring In ordinary English to denote  rough or "jagged" edges.  ,the  fled to   Houston,. Texas, but that  men followed her there and that  she had then come to  New  Orleans.  M,r. Dick Souvcy and Wife  Both  Had'  'Kidney Troubles,    and   .the _ Gr��at  ���, Canadian     Kidney / Remedy,, Cured  Them. ��� , '  Port Arthur, Onr., March 12��� (Special���That D,odd;s Kidney Pills cure te  Kidney, ilis'of men and women alike  has been proved time and again in this  neighborhood, but it is only occasionally.they get a'chance ,tb do double  work in the , same* house. ' This has  happened in thc"casc of Mr. and Airs.  Dick Souvey, a.farmer and his wife, llv-'  ing about seven "niilos from here.-- In  an interview,'Mr. Souvey rsaid: ., .'.-,  "My wife " and i myself have used  Dodd's Kidney Pills, and have found  them a big benefit"to our health.- Wo  had La'Grippe two winters and! were  exposed ,Lo much frt>st and cold. Our  sleep whs broken on account of urinary,  troubles, and pain in the kidneys. Wo  each took six bottles'of Dodd's,Kidney  Pills and nowfcnjoy"good health."' v  The, Duke  and ��� Duchess . >,of^.Con-_  naught  made   a   tour"'of uthoi,diamond,!  '-,  ; ,''      The only nourishment that bread affords  5s'that which the flour contains/'  ' Bread baking is merely, putting-flour in  ,'   appetising form.'..   ,   ,,     "'   "'  Flour,,, making^is,, merely, putting the nu-  - M1 tritious part of wheat in shape for bread  ',;  r      .making^      .'',''     -     ���-,*������',";'  Copd milling is the kind that takes from'  the wheat all that is nutritious, nothing else. ���  Royal Household Flour  \ h  made'from carefully-'selected''Manitoba  ",B Hard spring wheat.,   ��    '   ,   ' '     ('   ,  ,   .',';,'     Every, pound is-almost-! a pound of food;  f      <"  'clean,' white,~:pure;an"d  nutritious. , '  It goes farther,' does, better baking and  .,' ', is more- satisfactory^in,, every,' way"(than any  '-��� other" flour.V   i''\r-:,r) " '-,./v * '".��� v^;; -,>   r    L ���  ''''_,    - , Your pTocer, knows he cannot keep store  , i     -   sowelLwithout Ogilvie's Royal,Household.  -   v,'  Xlgilvie JFIour Mills.Co.; Limited.���?-  ,'.  a ���;'_',      '   V    -,   '"MONTREAL.     /-���-"'  ,     .,','-     -'". '     -'-,        _���,,-.-,''    ij.. ">.  -    i-'vy-  ' , '       ,   . '"Ogilvie's Book for a Cook," contains*! 30 t  '' '   pages of excellent recipes, some never before l',  published ..Your grocer [can toll you bow to  * get'it FREE.  ,-",.."-<-' ,       ���       v*'-      -3   ',  I   '.!  5*1  Grand Prize Competition  A FOUR-YEAR UNIVERSITY COURSE,"  , A* TRIP ^AROUND THE WfJRtD,  OR    $i;oo'o    IN' CO to"  mines.at' Kimherloy.  'Spain has"(i00,000', titled -persons;  that is to sii.v, ajioutione in . every'  thuty-eight  inhabitants. .,-,  'The largest body.,of water in  tlie world having no outlet in  ocertn is the, Caspian Sea,  the  the  b  Have "you Eczema? Havo you any  ��k!n disease or eruptions? Are you subject to chafing or scnldlnpr? " Dr. Ag--  new's Ointment prevents and cures any  and all of these, and cures Itchtntr,  Bleedlnp and Blind Piles besides. One  application brines' relief In ten minutes,  and cases cured In three to' six nights.  ?5 cents.���71  Tho king oi Italy has,200 horses  each with its name printed in white  over its manger.  One of the leading bankers of  Athens recently died and left the bulk  of his fortune to the s-tatc.  ��� Canadian Cheese.  The splendid position -which Canada enjoys in the British cheese market is shown' by the fact that' we not  only supply well up to three-quarters  ot Britalns import of cheese, but that  the goods which we send bring a higher price than those shipped from any  other count) y. During January Canadian cheese sold in London, according to Wcddell & Co.'s Colonial Dairy  Produce ' Report up tp 65s per long  hundredweight,- while choicest New  Zealand sold for 0-ls, and choicest  American 5l!s. Canadian cheese in  January of this year was selling at 13s  higher than for the same period last  year-  SliurtMlKlilvtl   AiilmalH.  - So far as naturalists have been able  to ascertain there is no such thing as  shortsight among animals In a state  of nature. In the ease, however, of  domestic auimnls and wild ones In  confinement shortsight is by no means  unknown. Many people who have kept  dogs and cats will remember instances  of pets which wore unable to distinguish friends frorri strangers at a short  distance. Horses, too, frequently suffer from shortsight and other derangements of the vision, and this kind of  thing is sometimes met with in the case  of cattle. The diseases of the eye  which frequently affect wild animals in  captivity are to be chiefly attributed  to tlie narrow space iu which they are  confined. The eyes are never exercised  upon distant, objects and therefore lose  the powers which use of this kind calls,  forth.  Tlio Glowworm Cavern.  The greatest wonder of tlie antipodes  is the celebrated glowworm cavern,  discovered in 1891 In the.heart of the  Tasmaniari wilderness. The cavern or  caverns (there appears to be a series of  such caverns in the vicinity, each separate and distinct) are situated near the  town of Southport, Tasmania, In a  limestone bluff, about four miles from  Ida bay.. The appearance of tlie main  cavern is that of an (underground rive-,*,  the entire floor of tlie subterranean passage being covered with.water about a  foot, and a half in depth. Those'-wonderful Tasmanian caves are similar to  all caverns found in limestone formation, with the exception that their roofs  and sides lltera'lly shine with tlie light  emitted by the millions of glowworms  which Inhabit them.  ,'    " A   obo^ce   oC  which  *o otter  to   the    Individual   h.  onrtnic   the  lnrtfutt number of ��ul��citiAf��iik durlnK l&Jfl lo  THEVBUSY MANIS MAGAZINE  1   . -.^  . *, -     .      1  -.    .    , r   ' ' 1   , - ' ���<  1 In adilittorf to thowr prirm th��r�� ureinnnr others.    Evur)WconiiH,lltor o��d' win one  A OHnh commliMlon will   b�� ��ll��n'oa ,����erjr   vjlMOrlplIon tniluli,  evurjr on�� Us In,; j-ild |o;  his or her work.      ' -������=    ..   ," -   ", '. y~'    ,r   ���> ��� ' ���- '      ','      ' �� "  THE BUSY MUH'S MACAZIHE !�� unlike hnroth��r. It* content* lire h r��rrful w.l&.non tnx  tho IxiHt thiii nupe��ni In the lemllnK publicatlonia ottb��iirorld- It l�� uubll>hkd b> Uie propnt-  tor. of Tim Oduadinn 1 Grocor, llardwaru undo-Wwuil, , Cnnn.llon MHrhlneri. 3b�� Ur/ Gooi  KerlxwHad other ��u<xe����ful pepere-nnd who ��re Oo��d��'�� lemUnir tmblUhur.  SnlMorlptlonn nre not difficult to ��*ourn���* Ijauk clerk In Ontario took V5 !n one ����l b;  writing to hia friundK. I'        I l"    ,   ,J^     L -.   , ^      .'      /j '"  ���     '.THE IltJBy MAN'S MAOAZISE'la'the lw��t I have ever had the pleasure o) raadlac"  (,--     ^ ���.-,    '   - ������-    \ ���   f    ' 8. W. VtTHM. Editor lorklon Knlerpriw  .  Send iKMtal for partlealar> ot competition to "our neareet offloe. '-D0 IT HO**,   Itme/jsrao  aKloriout ehan��e_ln"your/cAri>er.^ .>-j \^,^ c,     ?r    \  ' ^ .< '., "      �� '',.* .        '  vu fheiAaclean>uBL!^iNcCcCctiiyiiTED,��;.'  WESTERN "ASSURANCE CO.  .��?'���>��� :��� ���<���    <   '  , -     ���      ���' -'" ���'      , .  ',   \FIFTY-FJFfTH.ANN UAL STATEMENT.  , *   ��� 31st December, 19,05. ;    ���-  '  '��� ASSETS.  _ -     v.  TJnlted States and State  ��� Bonds ���.: - %   157,118.00  Dominion of  Can. Stock       65,350.00  Bank,    Loan    Company  '   and   oilier  Stocks    ...     425,098.05;  Company's   buildings   . -    110,000.00  Municipal    Bonds    and  Debentures         1,128,949.32  Railroad   Bonds   .'.>..~..     403,533.64  Cash, on 1 Hand  and   on    '  -  Deposit       , 329,379.92  Bills   Receivable     98,480.89  Mortgages 20,100.00  Due   from   Other   Companies   (Re-assurances)     150.840.3S  , Interest Due and Accrued     21,786.95  Office   Furniture,' Maps,  Plans,   etc        34,125.47  Agents'   .-Balances    and  Sundry Accounts         515,714.66  t LIABILITIES "  Capital, Stock    $1,500  Losses'" under    Adjustment   ., V     I'5  Dividend ,  payable 'Jan.  5th, 1906    .;...���...  Reserve Fund     '.   43  1.742,  ,000.00  359.36  697.30  020.43  $3,461,077.28  T3,4G1,<  Capital      R.serve Fund.  $1,500,000.00        1,742,020.42  $3,242,020.42  v,  $43,012,687.45  8acurity to-Pollcyholdera.'...,.'...     1  LokseB paid from the organiiatlon of  the Company to date   DIRECTORATE:  i-mn n��n A Cox President; J.J.Kenny, Vice-President and i��a��-  SngGDlrec\or?Hom S. C Wood.H. N. Balrd. Geo R R. Cockbum.  W. R. Brock, Geo. McMurrlch, J.K. Osborne, H. R. Wood.  A TORONTO MAN TRIES  something    New    and     is    Delighted.  Feels Like a Boy.  Mr. M. N. Dafoc,  29 Colboruo St.,  Toronto,   says:  "I havo been a  sufferer from dyspepsia for years. I  havo boon trout ed  by doctors and have  taken many medicines With only  temporary relief.  Since using Dr.  Leonhardt's , Anti-  Pill lean eat" anything tho same as  when --iboy. , I find  ,-they regulate both:  stomach and bowels. My old; time  vigor has returned, so that my spirits  are buoyant .'and-temper normal. I give  all cr.edit. to tliis wonderful remedy���  Dr; Leonhardt's  A,nti-Plll."  Ail dealers!or Tim Wllson-Fyle Co.,  Limited, Niagara Palls,. Out. C01  STOP IT ,  ,    Every drink of "������1r1.J?k,:,.,:i��rouC,.i .  'heart  beyond  Ihe  miu.ia       �����,,,    Ner-  causes Wdncy unci  llv 11    r hlM  , ..xhaustlon U on. of the n ��" Hio,-  on by  even   modeitite  <i,iiik       )f|i  once  the  use   of       >"      ,^   ,l)l)f r^;  ences you   to  do  t  I'        * "llf   |���,hrl  that  you   have   tie   ��> �������'- M(i,  Mr. M. N. Dafoe-  A German steamer struck ,1 floating  mine at Vladivostock, and sunk with  100 of those on board.    -  French   traffic  '-with  still undisturbed.  ' enczucia  jla  No doubt you'll need ��  ������'.'������TOWER'S  FISH BRAND  SUITorSLI  this *��>�����,, theH80  vou i'1  U'Vjv  r  /?a��ao  STEADY   WORK.  S4-   to   SIS   per. wook    oarnod. -  Men and woinon wnntnd to work our  Rapid Hobikut Maoiiinb nt tholr )iorao��,  muklnK hoaiory for up to b��1I tho trado. No  provloiiH oxporlonco n(,co*sttry. UUtnnce no  hlniiranco. Write at onco. Oanaoian Hobikut Machine Oo., Toronto, Canada.  ���������"���ii" imim���  '.Make'no mistake ���������������  that's guaranteed to,k��P,>0",",  and comfortable In the h���?  storm.:; Made in Wa^^wi.  low. ; Sold by all reliable deal����-  TOWER CANADIAN CO., ^  LIMITED,.   ������  - TORONTO. CAt_,  An earthriuake occurred in ,in'  India last week.  -%^/    r��<  a_��    r������c�� ���� m  THE TJaABfitt, MQYIJa, BRITISH COLUMBIA. ^  I WESTERN  CANADIAN , EDITORS J  A Series of Articles   Describing their Lives, their Alms  and   their   Influence. *  '��� " I  49          , f  GARNETT CLAY PORTf-R. j  _f__~~      , , l-i'f'VSHHH  __f,: ,^,y M&Wmm  W&& ��i___f^BBtW^  7*% _ ^^rWt^____9h___  ^ -:' ;-^y|��i  fWlMTlh    i  fllTTlT  iHBMlfl  GARNETT CLAY PORTER.   ' ,  bnaglng Editor of the Calgary Herald.  and the Windsor, and to the great  story syndicates of the United States  in which his special abilities, , we're  noticeable in the news character of his  contributions. i ^  In, 1900 Col. Porter camo to Canada  and accepted a position ns special  writer on tlie Toronto Woild. Hi9 engagement on the World, one of the  brightest papers in Canada, was. a dis  tiuct event in the newspaper life of  Canada, and some,ot his work was  the best newspaper "stuff!' tnat ",as  ever appeared in the daily service of a  Canadian newspaper. 'Among the uit-  icles oi special inteiest weie those on  Goldwin Smith and J. J. Hill, for  which he travelled half across tho continent and completed in four days, the  Wansteud wreck on the Ciand Trunk  Railway, and the .riots at Satilt Ste. j  .Mario-' Col. Porter spent three yours  in Toronto, holding a leading position  in tho journalistic iiold and becoming  enamored of,, Canadian life Canadian  institutions'and Canadian possibilities '  In l')03, 'possessed with mo belief  that the futine oi Canada lay laigolj  in the progressive West, he accepted  ,the position oi managing editsarof the  Calgary Herald.  In the two years,, and a hall that  CoJoiiol 1'oiler has been ctlitoi of the  Herald he hah become a prominent factor 'in ,tho social and' business life of  Calgary and in the political situation  in, tho young p oviucu of Alberta.  n01evor, (juick, and adaptable, ho Im*-  rcadily adaiitod ,'himself to Western  Canadian conditions. A ready writei  of distinct descriptive ability, a firm  boliovor in tho greatness ol the Canadian -West, a iiutunilisced Canadian,  of public spirit and'progressive ideas,  and above everything a. thoieugh,'all  round tiow'spaper man, Col. .Porter is  a inan of. consequence in the political  and material progress of the young  province lie has adopted as home.  Only one person out of twenty-two  on,board, were saved from the wreck  o�� a*'passenger,steamer on the Japanese "coast,     ,        ' ,  UNLIGHT  OAP  Wash oilckrThs  and linoleums with  warm .water and  Sunlight Soap,  rinse clean and wipe  dry.    The colors will be preserved  and the surface.unharmed.  Common soaps fade the colors and  injure the surface.' Sunlight Soap cleans, freshens and preserves  oilcloths and linoleums. , ,  Sunlight Soap washes clothes white without injury to the moit  de'icate fabrics, or ,to the hands, for it contains nothing that can  injure either clothes or hands:  Sunlight Soap. is better  than other soaps, but is best  when used" in the Sunlight  way. (follow direcfons).  Equally good with  hard  or soft water. ,'  in,  er-  S d most    up-to-date"r, newspapers    i  litSrn  Canada, ��� "The ;Calgarv  He  �� "' Harnett Uay Porter " 4^���"*  referred' -to\ as   .Colonel,, Porter-nB  l?.folr-e_��� ^CCount probably .of tho.stato  ^r-and  o   Itcntuck'ianVh"? '^^K  W  right7 to-thevtitlc, of^Qolonel  PURE RED BLOOD.  Is��� Necessary, to JHealth, Strength and  _-   ".   " '-���"    Happiness. ' '���   ���  Pure,", rfph, , red' blood is -what Is  needed''by' every, woman, young .or  old. Thin, weak, -watery-blood Is ���the  cause of-all 'the,headaches, and back-,  aches'* "and; sideactfes ���all' the^ weakness 'and'weakness, all, tho.,dlzzines's  and despondency,  all'^he nervousness^  ' s'socdeh and at'times the-masterf.!!-  .nf manner of the^descendant of-  [K.S,  ol,iuauiii.i .,"��,    ,      ni,,nta-^  wav/tbey mako pale,  feeble" girls; develop into healthy, happy women, and  f��  - -    ,    An  Historic Spot.  The pretty Breton fishing village��"of  Jtoscoff���tlie homo of so 'many of the  victims of the Hilda disaster���is .interesting to tho^st-udent of English History, and especially to Jacobites, as  being' the spot where Prince Charles  ���huided after his , escape from the  bloody held of , Culloden. Here he  braved at the little church 'of St. Nin-  ian," which^was built two hunched years  pofore to commemorate the landing of  his ancestor, tho little "Scottish quoen,  when she wont over to marry the Dau-  ��>!iin Francis II.- Tho--,ruins, of the  Jittle church are 'still to bo seen on the  soashoro', arid many suggestions have  been made that a fund be raised-for  tho restoration"'of the historic' shrine.  Beware  of  Ointment*  for  Catarrh   That  Contain Mercury,  a_ii mercury'-will surely'destroy the senae  o'. smell and completely derange the  whole system" when entering: It through  the mucous ' , uurfac.es. Such articles  (should , never be used except on pr?s-  ciiptfons from reputable physicians, aa  the damage they will do 1�� tenfold to tlie  Brood you can possibly derive from them,  yall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by  F.J.-'Choney & Co., Toledo,. O., contalna  no mercury, and Is taken Internally, act--  Inp directly upon the blood, and mucous  stn faces of the syatem. In buying Hall'a  Catarrh Cure be sure you set the.grenu-  I -   -        -        . -- -���-- ������ -    -  Union, or merely a   ��cai f^  Poster j of these have made  me 'feeUike' an  fionirter: a^vlir" roUly  cleep J altogether different K���* _�����**?  troll  Itlie  the   piuiJi��-��"��- "1 'i'-"irl  '' Hn"  them,  there is vary, Ii��le .ao���" ^ new."pur��" blood, that tliey .cure, such  |},o would bo-knowni in^ha ift*     d ^u'bll aDaemia, loss .of appetite,  as'itiiq.oioquoiiu^,    ,,,__,, ,__      n0uralgia,,, rheumatism,  "   'kid-  lilt believed that he had tunc ---���-_- iThe Dr wtlHams , Medicine u  other profession,. Ho' wfljm to co lego ���ckrtl, QnL ant] the pllls win.  and  afterwards  incidentallj   bccan.t.   a . _Q ce_t_ & 1)OX> Qr gix box  lawyer and was onrollcrl  as an   attoi  nov of tho Stato of Kentucky. ui *      ,  Tho future   editor of    the-_ Calgai j  Herald had, however, absorbed prmt-  oi's ink into his system and the cis-  oaso of journalism is incurable.  Ho begali his journalistic career under a ronowncd fellow-colonel, ,also a  Kentnokian, Colonel Henry Watterson,  of tho Louisville Coiuiei-Journal," one  of tho most povoiful novvsiiapo- editors in tho  United States.  Whether is was that there was not  |.room enough for two colonels,^ oven  Son-a A.entucky> paper or that Colonel  ST Porter's strong, peisonality sought  moans of advancement on individual  linos of his own choosing, or whether  it was that 'the latent Bohomiaiusm  which had guided him into journalism  demanded an outlet, is difficult to  say, but for ' several years he  accepted important positions on tho  editorial and reportonal staffs of loading papeis in Kansas City, Chicago,  Omaha, San Francisco, and the City  of Mexico, and other - largo, centies,  and wont through tho experiences  customary under the circumstances, of  editing country weeklies in vanous  parts of tho United States..  ' During this timo he formed' a professional connection with the Xew  York Sun and the Associated Picss,  and was their a cicdited coricspondcnt  on several impoittuit assignments.  Col. Porter's bright, swinging style,  combined with his acute newspaper  instinct and ability to cover tho news,  brought him recognition as a clever  special wliter an he contiibutcd many  hloiies to such well known poiiodicajs  und   magazines  as  McCluro'.s,   Caller's  A' Holy Man's Feat.  Some wonderful -things 'are said to  havo beon performed recently by the  Tashi Lama of Shigatso, the most holy  of tho holv men of Tibet., 1 he proceedings connected with his visit to  the Tower of Benares,,where Bhudda  is supposed to have first pi cached to  his five Brahmin disciples, is thus described in tho Statesman, of Calcutta :  "Around this tower the Tashi Lama  burnt- three maunds (130 pounds) of  clarifiod butter, lighted nearly 300  lamps, scattered flowers and cakes in  abundance, and uttered prayers in adoration of Buddha for moio than an  hour. After circumambulating the  tower several times tho Tashi Liuna  himself assumed tho form of Buddha,  (ivhilo other lamas and laymen worshipped "him instea    of the tower.  t , ��� _������ i  RHEUMATISM   AND   PARALYSIS.  Pale, Thin,  Nervous ?  Then your blood must be in  a very bad condition. You  certainly know what to take,  then take it���Ayer's Sarsa-  parilla. IF you doubt, then  consult your doctor. iWeknow  what he will say-about;this"  grand old family medicine.  Sold for over 60 years.  Thla Is theflrit question 7<H��r doctor would  aa!r: "Are your bow��l�� regular?" He knowe  that dally action of the boweli 1> abaolutely  ementlal to recovery. Keep your llrer aotWe  and your bowels rouular by taking laxallva  doses ot Aj-or'i Pills.  Their Complete Home Cure.  Post Free to Readers of This Paper  for Limited Period Only.  A handsome illustrated treatise,  glvinp full description of Rheumatism  and Paralysis, with instructions for  a complete home cure, describing the  most successful treatment In the  world, recommended by the Ministry  and endorsed by medical men. This  highly instructive book was written  by W. H. Veno, a gentleman who has  made a special study of these diseases- The preface is by a graduate ot  the University of Wurtzburg. Send  postal to-dny and you will receive the  book fieo by return.���Address, Tho  Vono Drug Company, 24 King Street,  West Toronto.  A  Kade by J. O. Ayer Co., Lowall. Kaas.  Also manuraoturera of  7 HAIR VIOOH.  A0UE CURE.  CHEEKY PECTOIAL I  iters  \i\ the appointment ol a General  Agent at Winnipeg ihe Allan Steamship Company have not withdrawn  their tickets lrom tho agents or, the  Canadian Pacific railway between  Port Aithur and Vancouver, ami as  Heretofore, passengers can ptnchase-  tickets to or from Europe irom any  agent or the Canadian Pacific railway  m the North-West, or British Colum.  bin over" the- Allen line, or, any other  Atlantic Steamship Company.    -  !Minard's    Liniment' Cures    Distemper:  Truly Rural.  The'' 17-vcaf-old daughter 'of a certain Wall' Street, man recently visit-  b-1 for the first time the. line lurm m  Duchess county for the past year  owned bv' her father Tho girl mi-  mediately became :,much -interested tn  the prise cattle that are the specia  p'rido-'of her parent,, and she asked;  many questions relative to their breeding "etc.- One evening,1 just at dusk,  as the girl was standing on the'verandah of the farmhouse, talking to the  malinger, there came the low, mournful  note of a cow.      ��� , m  "Just listen to that, poor' cow, . said  tho girl to the manager, "mowing for  hor colt I"  Inc. It lsc taken internally,, and made In  Toledo, Ohio, by ,F. J- Cheney & Co.'  T<Ktlmon!als  free:    * _   .       �� '      .  ��� Sold by Druggists.    Prtca 75c. per bottle '��� v '       l    >  Take Hall's Family  Pills tor constipation.   <  . ft. ..       .-���     Z  Advice for Lovers. \, - ���  . Once the introduction is over it remains 'mainly with the "-man to make  the most of his advantages. He vvill  find -out what interests her people.  He will bring her father raro cuttings  for his garden ,.or( introduce him to a  choice brand of cigars. ��� He will lend  ,her'mother, books,, or teach -small  Tommy to'ride a-bicycle.., As,to. the  ladv o'f his heart, .he will;begin (by  sharing her pursuits only as a .moans  to* ah nd, .for when love making once  steps i,in, other pursuits are neglectcd.-  This transition stago' requnes great  tact. He must.not;,-startle her by too  sudden a development. The average  girl loves-to'havo time to on joy, being  wooed and won. Sho basks in the  gradual unfolding, of her love; she rejoices" in each now phase of^ their  courtship.-���The Etiquette of .Engagement and Marriage.  (London).  Rheumatism will Succumb to South  American Rheumatic' Cure becMise It  ?oes right to the seat of the trouble and-  removes the cause. Many so-called cures  but deaden pain temporarily only, to  liave tt return asrain with doubled violence. Not so with this great remedy.  It eradicates from the system the last  vestige of the disease and Its cures are  permanent.���74 -   Sixteen doer in one bunch were  seen ,ln the Qu'Appetle valley last  week.'  A startling story comes from the  north, to the effect that Haywood for  whose murder Charles King was hung  at Edmonton, is alive  A lady writes: "I was. enabled to remove the corn's, root and branch, by  tho use of Hollo-way's Corn Cure."  Others who have tried it have the  same experience.  The new C. P. R. hotel at Victoria  will be opened in June.  The Grand Trunk bridge across the  "Welland canal at Port Colborne Is  completed.  ' Good Digestion Should Walt on Appetite.���To have the stomach well Is to  have the nervous system well. Very  delicate are the digestive organs. In  changes affect them. When they be-  some so sensitive that atmospheric  come disarranged no better regulator  is procurable than" Parmeloe's Vegetable Pills They will assist the digestion so that the hearty eater will sutler no inconvenience and will derive  all the benefits from his food.  The biggest chimney west of Toronto is beit\s erected In London by  ihe  London Electric  Company.  <Women health Inspectors are to be  appointed at Chicago.  ,\ Getting Aroused.  ,Many people seem'to think that ambition is a quality born with -us; .that  it is not susceptible to improvement;  'that, it is something, thrust upon us,  that will take care of 'itself. , But it  is a 'passion that responds very quickly to cultivation, and it requires constant caro and education, just as the  faculty 'for art or music does, or it  will atrophy.;   " -  -If we do not try and realize our ambition,' it will not keep sharp and defined. ' Our faculties become dull and  soon lose their power if'thoy aro not  exercised. How can wo oxpect our  ambitiorr to remain fresh and vigorous through years of inactivity, indolence,-or indifference? If ,wo keep letting opportunities slip1 by^us^ without  making any attempt to grasp them,  our .inclination will giow, duller and  weaker. '       - -<-  "', 'What I most meed,'; as Emerson  says, "is "somebody lor make me do  what I can.", To,do.what I can, that  is "my problem; not-what a Napoleon  or a Lincoln could j do, but what I can  do. f It makes all ,the difference 'in the  world to me whether I'bring out the  best, that is in me,���or' the ,woist-'  whether I .utilize ten fifteen, twenty-  five'or "ninety per cent.of my ability.  .Everywhere we .see people who have  reacheu middle life-or-later without  being aroused.* They have developed  only a small'percentage of their success possibilities, i They are still in a  dreamy state. The -best thing in  them .lies so'deep that if has .never  been awakened. ' When we] meet these  people .we feel conscious that they  have a gicat rdoal of latent power  that "has never been exercised. Great  possibilitio of usefulness and achievement are', all unconsciously,'going to'  waste  within .,them. ,    ,  If vou interview the gr^at army1 of  failures, you wilLfind multitudes ��� have  failed because they .never got into a  stimulating; encouraging environment,  'becauso their "ambition was never  aroused/ or because , they were not  strong enough to rally, under depressing, discouraging, or^vicioiis surroundings. > Most of the ,'people wef find in  prisons and poorhouses are-pitiablo examples of the influence" of an environment which appealed to the vvorst instead .of'the best in them. '  t    if a coiigh makes your nights sleepless and weary, it will worry you, a  good deal, and with good cause. To  dispel the worry and give yourself  rest trv Bickle's Anti-Consumptive  Svrup. 'It e\-erts a soothing influence  on the air passages and allays the irritation that leads to inflammation. It  will subdue the most stubborn cough  or cold, and eventually eradicate It  from the system, as a trial of it will  prove vto you.  VAGARIES OF CRANKS  The Freakish Customs by Which Rich  Eccentrics   Relieve   the-Monotony of Wealth.  In Vienna there is living to-day  Count K���, a woalthy nobleman ot  Polish oiigin, who occupies^ a sumptuously furnished flat iu tne most  fashionable pait of the city. When  he wants his sen-ants he suinmmons  thorn by bugle calls, much to the annoyance of his lmiehbois His favorite pastime is.to'hue a�� omnibus, and,  dre-bsed like an ordinary driver to di iv e  his cumbious vehicle where\er austo-  cratic equipages tim most numerous.  He spends a foit'une <weiy >ear oft  tho ostlieht, oi clothes yet never  wears any but the suits discarded by  his valet: appeals , in the ballioorii  decked fi'om head toJ heel m virgin  white, with -he exception or a black  shut and tie, and when he dines���al-  wavs at ono of the most exclusive oi  restaurants���he Letim,' his meal with  a cup oi black cofku, and, woikiiig'hi<  way backwards, irmds up'with tin.  -soup. ' . '. .1     ���  > It is but a short time \, since thcie  diel'at Como a rich o.d man who wh'  noted for a very stiango eccentricity.  Although for yeais ho had never been  outside his grounds, he would proudly  inform his visitois that he had that  ,1'ory dav .walked to ceitain village--  in the neighborhood. What he actually'did was this. "Whenever he made  up his mind to visit a distant village  or "tow/i ho mado 3n'estimate of the  distance and coveied it on foo on h  careiully measured walking track -ill  his grounds. - Wlien ,he wished wo cal  on'his.friends in the distiict he wou o  not" only do it Jiy proxy, tot would  Conduct a conveisation tor hours by  sending a servant to and fro^ ��itl,  questions' and" answers. .  A we'll known Italian Count whe  died' recently ,at nn, advanced age,v?hac  for many years defied the weather,,ov  di inking a solution of camphor, which  ho considered an ' efficient substitute  foe clothes. Summer and winter ahLy  1,0 would sleep viithout ai particle oi  covering, and with the windows of hi-  room, thrown wide open and woulu  walk for hours in his garden on a bitterly cold day in the'/garment most  people devote to night .wear.    '  Not long ago, too, there lived' neai  Hastings ,a gentleman t whoso eccentricities liaturallv excited considerable  attention. Punctually, at the stroke  of noon each day he would appear m  his front garden C-ith a gaily colorec  turban on his head, his feet shod with  richly jewelled anu- embroidered sandals, and, with-a coolie r cloth arouni.  his waist; and,'quite indifferent to the  amusement he was providing tor a  crowd of spectators,/ would his. praj  aloud to the sun, "the father of light  and good," 'and then prostrate nimseli  before a, quaint miniature temple, n<  which M-&S enshrined a grotesque idol  with ��� diamond eyes. * _  There -is at .Capo Breton a woitlrj  much married gentleman who has just  taken his eighth wile to his heart and  home. 'And a giuesonie home it. must  bo to greet a home coming wife, tor  seven of its rooms, each painted - in  black and white, and liberally garnish-  ed , with . skulls and crossbonef  are dedicated to wives numbeis one tc  seven.. As the bu-thday-of 'each oi  these departed spouses , cornea around  the by"no means disconsolate' husband  entertains- his friends in the room dedicated to her memory, and impioves  the occasion by"telling.anecdotes to illustrate her many virtues.  ADULTERATION OR COLORING MATTER  IMPURITIES OF ANY KIND IN  CEYLON NATURAL UREliN TEA  Put up in sealed lead packets to preserve- its  , imany excellent qualities.  ead     Packets     Only,    40c.    50c.,,   and    60c.    per    lb.        At all    Grocer9.  Highest Award   at St.-Louis 1904.      -  Jews in  Mediaeval England. ( English  Drummers.  n\'e are showing much 'righteous in-1 Travelhns men in England Jiave  diguatioii over the Russian treatment | special dininic rooms, special rates,  oi the Jews, but it is o.ilv a mattei of |anil special lots of things/' said E K.  700 vear-, since we vveie on the side of Simmons, or" Manchester, England,  the oftendeis ourselves Iu lSTo the | "When jou go into the lobhy of an  firsf Edward,' as tho chronicler tell* i English hotel ���T'ou may be surprised  us -beiii" shocked at the connivance ��o find a ,gieat open hie burning in  bf'li-'s fathei in giving the pmtfegcslone end of the room. Great comfon-  o. Christen in tivm n/\hc Je>s, ' not table chair, will bo, found about the  o'.ly Iprived them of till the lights ol {lobby and you need not "claim ifyou  ;o^f,wVJH^tL'n.ir,w^'or,]v  "iTei-'aiin  no   instance  bears  the  stiff, varn-  to  lead  that  tins     was  onlv,   alTU   a],^,,        nmWnwmw,     annearance     of  you  be  ou  ou  ely  ]ong  The apartment is move like a  erybody  City,, of IjOiidon.  the or '  Jews  they  ' """-,       Y: i     ���     i of n.ii  table.    The apamneiit is mon  ���dinanco    by vMich, m 1 >!J0   a 11, ana ��� ev  were    b.uushed  lrom    fcngland, j sevyrybody else's .friend.     !  having rendered themselves in-j    ���ThpJmeal ls es,peclally ser  rved, the  rest being confiscated by the king. Ji-d-��� | lan(] 1 an(l the mon(fy thus collected  ward I. again showed'his sense ot . g J.0 p^y for SChools and orphan  .justice even in doing this act ot in- &ses<,tOT ,\ie children of travelling  justico, ior "when .many of these unhappy wretches in -their passage were  murdered by the -maiineis, through  hopes'of finding treasure concealed  -about" them,' the king<fseverely pifnish-  clrthe assassins on , their''icturii to  "England." In ' some ways ' mediaeval  England was ahead' of modern Russia.  JTo show the futility of all( ordinances  professing to be "loiever" the Jews  ���vere recalled in 1054 by Cromwell, he  ���being influenced-''by a desire of improving commerce." t  A Pill for Beaerous. Eaters.���There  are many persons of healthy appetite  and poor digestion who, after a hearty  meal, are subject to much suffering.  The food of wnich they have partaken  .'ies like lead ia their stomachs. .Headache, depression, a smothering feeling  follow.      One so afflicted' is unfit forj  ages <��� lor 'In  salesmen who    die    without    leaving  sufficient means   for   their    support.*  Several of these schools and orphanages, aro maintained thioughour. Eng^  land. ' "    -  "English travelling salesmen take  life easier'than do the men following  a similar occupation in America They  as soon forget to wear a collar,, or ,  coat as to expect to do business with  out having their shoes carefully, pol-  'ished. All hotels look to this and a  ������boots" gets your shoes each night,  marks ,them with chalk, polishes  them and returns them before you  are awake the next day."���-Louisville  Courier, Journal. < ,  The "Russ'ianizing" of, Hungary is  to be pushed by the imperial authorities to exasperate  the Magyars.  Diisiness or work of any kind. In this | Wong Kai Won, Chinese 'commis-  condition .Parrnelee's ' Vegetable \ Pills' sioner to Japan, was suffocated by  will bring relief.   They will assist- the cnarc0al fumes at Yokohoma.  ssimilation    of    the    aliment,      and | -  J���_���_-___-  used according to direction    will    restore healthy digestion.  John    Mitchell,   proprietor    of    the  Hanover Post, is deatl, aged 53.  /Ilnard's' Liniment  Cubes' Diphtheria.  The highest railroad bridge in the  world is to be built across tho Royal  gorge  in  Colorado. >  Minard's Liniment Co.,   Limited.  Gentlemen. ��� Theodore Dorais, a  customer of mine, was completely  cured of rheumatism after five years  of suffering, by the judicious use of  MINARD'S   LINIMENT.  The above facts can be verified by  writing to him, to the Parish Priest  or any of his neighbors.  ' A. COTE, Merchant.  St. Isadore, Que.,  12th" May, '98.  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches, Cuban Itch on Human or animals cured  in 30 minutes by Wolford's Sanitary  Lotion. It never falls; At all druggists.  \ thief looted a case In the slate  mining exhibit at San Francisco.  British people drink 40 per con'c.  more tea than they did thirty years  ago,...-,,-    -���  '-,.-.    .������-.-������    ���   . ���    ��� -.  iliilfil  ^.\*&___^y< .:���������' !:������-:��� ���>::i___'\s ������"���u  The Crystal Palace, London, will now  hold 100,000  persons.  About ��UO;000 is tho cost of the  engines on a iiist-class. man of war.       (  Minard's    Liniment   Cures   Colds,   &c.  In manv paits of England last January proveti one of the wettest Jan-  mines on  record.  60 Specialists on the Case.���In the or-  ninnrv run of medical practice a greater  number than this have treated cas^s of  -lironlc dvspepsln and havo failed to  ^UI o���but" Dr. Von Stan's Pineapple  1'ablets (CO In a box at 36 cents cost)  lave made the cure, giving: relief In one  lav. These little "specialists havo  pi oven  their real   merit.���72  Oddest Patrol Wagon.  '"���: Writing of the local patrol wagon,  the Penang correspondent of the  Straits Times, Singapore says :^���" It  forcibly calls to mind at first sight  a four-wheeled baker.'s cart, bar the  fact it-is drawn by the slowest pair of  bullocks in the settlement. There is  nothing grim at all about it, for it is  commanded by a sleepy,, Malay constable perched, upon a box, its roof  and sides are formed of white' canvas,  ancl it has no door to close at the  back, but merely an opening,at'-which  another Malay constublo half slumbers.  Two or three'other constables ride inside, sitting on the benches with the  tlie prisoners, who seem to bo too  struck with the novelty of the ride, to  mako any attempt at escape. I should  say that" ail escape from this prison  van would bo as easy as falling off a  log."  , - An 'Ancient Mystery*  "'���'The'location of the eaithly paradise  or Garden of Eden is still a matter oi  dispute among Orientalists and scriptural scholars of highest, . reputation:  Some have onde*voied lo locate it bj  the fruits and mineral productions  named in tho Uiblical descriptions, a'  thev appear in the second chapter oi  Genesis; others by '-the rivers mentioned in verses "11 to 14 of the above  mentioned chapter. The weight oi investigation and tradition inclines to an  agreement that tho Tigiis and tlie  Euphrates of modern geography are  the third and fourth rivers mentioned  in the Biblical description of the garden. Those who agico so far diffei  widolv as to what rivers should now  bo regarded ns the ancient Pison and  Gihon. - The uuddhist scholars, although they reject our Bible in the  groater part, incline to the opinion  that the Pison is, the Bacred Ganges,  and that the Gthon is none other than  the Nile. As to the last, it is altogether probable that they ale -correct  on that point, because tho Biblical  account plainly sitjs that Gihon "com-  passeth the  whole lancL of' Ethiopia.  Some' investigations confirm that  Edon was a spot- of comparatively  small area located on tho tableland*  of what is now Armenia, from which  rise tho Tigns a,ad Euphrates. A few  scholars of distinction argue that the  Adamic paradise was located in Africa  in the vicinity of the Mountains of the  Moon. Still another school of Orientalists locate the celebrated garden in the  vicinity of the ancient city of Babylon.  You*will-notice, however, that none  of,these theorists has been able to get  the four rivers mentioned in the Biblical account properly located. Neither  have they found a place where one  groat river "separates into foui  heads." This being the case it is  hardlv necessaiy to state that tlie exact location of "Eden is a mjstery that  will  probably  never bo  solved.  ' 'It is rumored - ^tlut the' taotai of  Shanghai has, been appointed^ governor.  of-Pekin.' ��� ��� "���  ' The Rand has now a population. of  114,000 out of 290.000'whites    intlio  Transvaal.   -.  .1. __^ . ".      *     ,\ . -    '   -  'Sunlight"Soap is better than' other  soaps, but' is best' when- used in the  Sunlight way. .Buy Sunlight Soap  and 'follow directions. _'  ,  66  Worn  Chancellor Von Buelow declares that  the Moroccan confetence will, have, a  satisfactory  icsult.     ,   . ,    ,    -  It Lays a Stilling Hand on'Pain ���  For pains in the-joints and limbs and  for rheumatic pains,, neuralgia and  lumbago. Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil ,"is  without a peer. Well rubbed in, the  skin -absorbs it and quickly and permanently relieves the affected part.  Its value lies in its magic property of  removing pain from the body, and for  that good quality it is prized.  About one per" cent of the population of Japan is Christian.  The lace tiade affords employment  to 200,000 persons  in, France.  Minard's    Liniment   Cures 'Garget   in  .Cows.  Japan is now able to construct battleships of any size in her own dockyards.  ,   BABY'S SMILE.  -::���'- Don't neglect the first symptoms. Oftentimes the irritating  cough, the insipid cold, the listless i .  and languid feeling, are due to a  weak state of'the system. It is a  sure sign of breakdown. Nothing  else will put you rightso quickly and  effectively as "Psychine." If you ^  feelc"worn out," it is time for a  tonic, a real tonic. There is only  We' really good ' tonic. It is  "Psychine." Keep a bottle handy  ���never be without it. It tones up  the system and restores your oldv  time vitality. Ask your druggist  about it.  GREATEST OF ALU TONICS  Only one person out of twenty-two  on hoard were saved from the wreck  of a passenger steamer on the Japanese coast.  Baby's Own Tablets has a smile in  every "dose for the tender babe and  the growing child. These Tablets cure  indigestion, wind colic, constipation,  diairhoea, and feverishness, break up  colds,'and biing natural, healthy sleep.  And the mother has the guarantee oi  a government analyst that thi-s medicine contains no opiate,' narcotic, oi  poisonous "soothing" stuff���it 'always  does good and cannot elo harm. Mrs.  Joseph Ross, Hawthorne, Ont., says:  "I have used Baby's Own Tablets and  find them just the* thing to keep child  ren well. You can get them from  from any medicine dealer or by mail  at 23 cents a box from the Dr. Williams   Medicine  Co..   Brockville,  'Ont.,  feBPNOUNCED  ShtfEEN)  ALL DRUCCISTS���ONE DOLLAR���FREE TRIAL '  DR T. A. SLOCUM, Limited  179 King 8t. W.    Toronto, Canada  For 33 Years  Shiloh'i Comurnption Cure, the Lung  Tonic. hat been before the public, and  this, logethtf with the fact that ���� lalei  have steadily increased year by year. uth��  best proof of the meat of  Shiloh  as   a   cure   lor   Coughs,   Colds,   and  all  diseases   ol   the  lungs   and w  passages.  , Those  who have used Shiloh would not  be without it.      Those   who   have  never  f used  it should know that every-bottle^ is  sold with a positive guarantee ihat. u it  doesn't cuiB-you, the dealer.will rafund  what you paid for it.    Shiloh  Has Cared . ���  thousands of the most obstinate casea of  Coughs, Coldi and Lung troubles.    Lei it  cute you. '       ,   ' ,       j  "Ust winter 5 eemhnUor three months and  :thousht 1 wu toiag into Coniumptyn. I toofcaU  sorts of m��lici����. but nothing .dKlmt any apod  Snril I u-ed SMoh^C^MUtnpUon Cure. Four  Sit �� cured di*.    This winter 1 had a vary bad  c^f^amabaeL Six boll!., of Shiloh made  me well an* 1 ,"��"e Biven .t to ^J^  ___ every ��* of then, have been <="'��*���-��;  Joseph. Si. Hyacinth*. Que. ����l  5H1LOH  25c.' with    guaiantee   at  all   dru||girt>  Home Life of the Czarina.  ^  A charming, simple home is the  Alexandra palace but theie is one  room, which must, 1 think, have been  ���must be still���supiemery painful. Il  is the libraiy, panelled with miriois,  against which are afrWed, like biackett  small hall-models of all the vessels m  the navy���the mitrals completing the  ima<;o. 1 had the use of that librarv  (luring the summer I spent at Tzar-  skoe-Selo. and paused most frequently  (alter selectinu; mv book) befote the  odcl cuculai Popovk.i, named altei its  designei, Admiral Popoff. Not iu tins  palace does the Cz-ai inn have to weai  the adaptation of the national costume  which lvatherine II. established as the  couit diess that is ll-served Joi  ���'national" days 'at'court Auch.as New  'Yoar's Day, the Epiphany, Easter and  so forth. "That is ,the costume which,  in Miniature, and in the pretty adaptation of, the kokoshnik (or coronet)  the Empress has provided for her four  intelligent and attractive little  daughters on .'special occasions.;, Such  is the coronation gown (in cloth oi  silver), whicli is preserved, togethei  with all the accessories,: down to the  the gloves, fan, .stockings and slippers  in the museum of the Kremlin in  -Moscow. ..'.'..'-  Austria-Hungary's tariff treaties  with Germany, Italy, Russia and Belgium  have   become  effective.  Wells, the man who broke-tlie bank  at Monte Carlo, has been sentenced to  gaol for fraudulent practices.  "HI  ��"1l  il  V  1  1 "  "3 I  i 'Sot J  >vt|  JkV  8     ��, vr I  1  KH  **���!  ��j   No s-ye TTTR LEADER, MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  i)  ir"*"''  ,'- J(srf'  ',':,''f��.  ���mm  AM  '.i��$ft  M'li'l  " *':���-" ^'  '/ tiTi  l _"?���$_%'  Vf'.-VrW  *4.W  1  ' imm  '      .        'T*SlsS  !-   4tsSB��  liafialfisr'  "-fesst  Vt i H*5r  '."; T1^"-?  4rd4fe  ���   pi  *�����> t;*  \   a.  -ii/i-iS:  m MOYIE LEADER.  ���    t *��� ��� ���  Jr* .ttr-iierii din Tfae interest of the people  ot Moyie and East Kootenay.  _T    ��. SMYTH & CO.,  -    Pablliliers.  aaT�� or .-njascBirTioH.  k .   t ^,   ,. ��.  Olr,T����T _ ��� ������-  ���..*2.00  . P A1|URP.\Y, XMA,R.'24, .1906.  "Mooarnu- Mnvidr  Nuw huh to yyur.heart's content.  .The cleaning of  order.  yards ;is  now   in  -We certainly had two   winters   this  jrear.  ���fifrj&vw- ,e-as *���?' s*^�� '.��j��*pp'ns  *{:st%is ��<<?d news for Moyie.   ��,#���.- ���  ./��� "A bill for an, act requirirg pbysi-  cians to take human life" is ,��h.u ,t,itle  of a proposed measure to permit the  .killing of incurables   In   the   state ol  Michigan.  ' -  ��� ���<  Kasld olaims to be tbe oldest  incor-  jporated city in the'Kooteuaya'and ar~  �� raugements bavealreaiiy been   started  <to hold the city's  annual celebration  ���on Viotoria day, May 24; h:    .  Alwaya     Keeps     CbavsnberlBln'a     Cough  ~K-emedj la Use Hnaie,  "We would Dot be without Cham-  lain's Cough Remedy. It is kept - ou  hand continually in our home," says  W. W. Kearney, editor of the, Independent, Lowerv City, Mo. That is  just what every family should do.  When kept at band ready for instant  use, 'a cold may be checked at the  outset and cured in much jlesa time  than after it has.become settled in (he  svsiem. The remedy is a'so without a  peer for croup in , children, and will  prevent the attack when given as soon  us tlie child becomes hoarse, or even  after thecroupy cough appears, which  oan only be done when the remedy ia  kept at hand. JFor sale.bythe Moyie  Drug <fe Stationery Store.  As will be seen in,a real eBtate ad-  vert'isment in another column of this  paper a whole' block of lots are for sale  at $100 each. This surely is conclusive proof that an" exorbitant value .is  ���not placed on Moyie property.   ,  Because  an  operator   in. Colorado  was asleep by   his  key, a  number   of  lives were lost. . While  he  slumbered  ,4he  people he   Was   paid   to protect  i rushed on  to their doom. , It  was  a  terrible accident, caused, so stated  the  I- i-.-   , .  man himself, by the fact  that be was  worn out and had to-sleep. *  '   .When you get a catalogue from a  big mail order house, as several people  did in Moyie this  week, just look  it  over and see what their terms of credit  are in case you do not have the   ready  cash, how much they will give toward  keeping your sidewalks in  repair 'and  and   otherL-expenses   in  your   town.  :' i       '���'���', ;    ���>��� i. o��  After you have done this and received  a reply, see   if "the..home .merohant  ^      ,' f *   *   h .u ''      '        ' -" '        ���  won't do as well.   , , si  E��iight yenra of good   work - is   the  .record of the Cranbrook Herald,  and'  fnext" week it atarts out on Vol. 9 No,l.  "Eight ' "'years '. 'means    .ninety-six  tifon'ths o'r foiir   hundred  and  sixteen  'weeks.  'The'  growth  of the   Herald  "has been marvellous', and  it is"'easily  'tho'hrig' t si  and best, weekly paper  'that couieV to   our' exchange   'table.  'When' we think 'of  the' Herald    we  think of Simpson, and   when we think  'of  Simpson   we   think of the' Herald.  'Somehow   the  two seem  inseparable.  :In the "Old Man" we have   Had ' one  'of our best friends and* it 'ia. gratifying  'to us 'to watch!   the progress'he and  'his paper are making1.  NOTICE. ,   r  Notice is hereby given that the registered office of the St. Eugene Mountain Mines, Limited Liability', (name  changtd from Yankee" Girl Mining  Company, Limited Liability) ot Kaelo,  British Columbia, has been removed  from"' Kasln, British Columbia, to  Moyie.'Britieh Columbia.  O.A. SUTHERLAIH), .,  ..,i.i.. ,  iiJecrefaryrTreasurer.  Moyie, B. C. March 3rd, 1906.  NOTICE.  'Blxty days after date I intend to apply to tbe  Chief Commissioner of Landa and Works' tor  permission to purchase the following described  land In 8outb East Kootenay:��� -    ,  Commencing at a post planted on the back  ot tbe Moyie River 20 'chaini north of U. H.  Dimock's pre-emption, thence running eaat 40  chains, thence north SO cbatna, weat 20 chains,  more,or less, to the Moyie River, > thenca down  the River to the place of commencement.; , o  ! O. A. CLOl-HIER.' Locator.  , B. C. ST, CLAIR, Aeent.- -  Dated this, 20th day ot February, 1906.     , '  Euthymol  TOOTH  PASTE  ' Ji, Scientific Preparation  .    ,    Strengthens the gximi  'Purifies ii? Sfmth    . ,   ' \      ��� :  '   'Perfumes the Breath ' ��   :  * i i *  ,   l The Most up-to-datt?    ,  preparation on ,  ��� , " the  market  The Moyie  Drug 2nd  Stationery   Store.  a. I. O. O. F.  |~J Wlldey tudre No. 44.  Meets every Tuesday evening in their  hall on Victoria street. Sojourning  Odd Fellows cordially invited.  F. J. Smtth,  Secr'y.  ,P. 0. Routh,  Noble Grand.  Moyie   Miners*   Union  No. 71 W. F. of M.  Meets in McGregor hall every  Saturday evening.      Sojourning   members  are cordially invitod to attend.  YVk. J. Khm-ham,     Thob. E. Kelly,  -President.  Secretary  MOYIE AERTE NO. 856  JtL&ai     .  O olleotiona.  Farrell & /Smyth, Joyie.  NOTICK.  ' In the matter of an application for tho insu  of a duplicate of the Certificate of Title for   Lot  9, Block 5, in the Lake Shore Addition, Moyie  City, (ifap 681) ,. o   ��� ��� ' r\  -=��� Notice is hereby given that tt Is my intention  to Issue'at the'expiration of one month from  the first publication hereof a duplicate of the  Certificate of Title^to tbe above mentioned Lot  in the name of Michael Nugent, which Certificate Ib dated the 10th day'ofj>clober, 1901 and  numbered 812A, ' ~~ ,        -   - ,,  -    "II, jff. MacLeod,"  District Registrar,  Land Registry Office.   Nelson','B. C.r-      -'  15th March 1900. ' * i    '  ,, NOTICE.,,    _   ,''  c Notice is hereby given that^ sixty, days from  datelinfend to apply to tho Chief Commissioner of Lands and vvorks'ltor "permission, to  purchase tbo following described lands 'in  8outh East Kootenay: ��� '  Starting at a point, marked G. A. Passmore's  North West corner post, planted on Ibe South  side of tho Crow's Nest Pass Railway .between  tbo 42 and 43 mile posts of said railway; thence  east parallel to Bald ��.trock' a distance of 30  chains; thence south at right angles 23'cbaInB;  thonce west at right angles SO chains; thence  north a right angles 23 chains to point- of com-1  mence'ment, containing 40 acres,'more or less.  Dated at Cnrzon, British Columbia, In East  Lootenay.'Fobruary 28th, 1906.  ���'   ,        '���   --s G. A, PAS8MORE. '  Red    Wheat  Whiekey.    Something  new.    8bM by A. C, Bowne��d."-rfhtI -  4 .        -ForSale. ' >  * The place known as  th��i  Dill' milk-  ranch, 320 acres, good barn and house,  Apply to ���      ���'���   ( r    ,  J. E. Crowe, Moyie, B. C.  Laing's Barber    Shop.  Opposite Hotel Kootenay.  Shary^RazoiB, Clean Towels and Good  '   '        Workmanship.  Walter B. Laing, Proprietor.  "^Comfortable   ,  ^ r Jr i  Eiooms   and  Best of  Table Board.  J. A. GOUPILL; Propr.  A. L   McKILLOP  *  of ,  ASiSAYKlf.  NELSON,  'r,' '-  :   ���,. ,b. c  late liquor dertler,' Craribrdok.  Our stuff of salemen will bo on the  -: isd in a lew days with fall SAmples  'of  DK8AULNIKK BROS,   Props.  Large' sample ropm in connection  with house for commercial men. Best  of accommodationB.  Headquarters  for   Commercial and "Mining Jlen.   '  QUEENS   AyENTJB,  MOYIE,   B. C.  NEEDED  Annually, to fill the new positionscre-  ated by Railroad and Telegraph companies We want' Youno Men and  Ladies of'good habits, to  LEARN TELEGRAPHY  Ins b. k. accounting  * - * *   ' i  We furnish 75 per.cent. of the Opp-  rators and Station Agents in America.  Our six schools are 'the Jarcea't pxcIu-  8ivo Telegraph Schools in the would.  Established 20 years and endorsed by  all leading Eailway officials. .  We execute a $250 Bond lo every  student to furnish bim or her a position paying from $40 to $60 a month  in states east of the Rocky Mountains,  or from $75 to $100 a month in states  west of the Rocky Mountains, immediately upon graduation. ���  Students can enter at any time. No  vacations. For full particulars regarding any of out schools write direct to  our executive office at Cincinnati. O.  Catalogue tree.  The Morse School of Telegraphy  P. BURNS & CO  WHOLESALE ANV    RBTAIL  ,v       " ,      ','k , , ' . r.  ,mea;t   merchants  Fresh   and Cured Meats, Fresh  "��� - '' '  Fish, Game  ana  Poultry.   We    ,.  1 - ., i     '   ' '"'  supply   only   the  best.   " Your  - - .     .  *  t  -" ,   v '      '  trade solicited. "  ���". ' '     HAKKBT9  In   all   the   Principal  Cities and   Towns   in  ���   ',"������������'   <-  British Columbia*  \    MOYIE, 'B.'a: ���'"'  V;'E.G/,GWYNNErv",;  Cigars,       Tobaccos;',   Capfectioneiy  o -,' - . Fruits"; Sijs S ("'" ���-^    '"'  FARRELL BLOCK," Victo'ria'Bt  Wm. Jewell  sbving machine:  BOLLER BEARINO*'  HIGH GRAM.  Cincinnati, Ohio.  Atlanta, Gtt.  Toxarlcann. Tex.  Ruffalu, X. V-  '   LsCroim, \VI��-  Han kTranelaco, Cai.  Express and General Delivery Business. Livery and  Feed Stablg^���  ,      Leave Orders at  .Gwynne's Stor*.  MOYIE " British  Columbia.  Don't place your orders until you  h ave ceen the New iVfodels. '-They, are  KreatVellers^ "'.-'     "    .;���.''���'���:  J. LeqKie 6oM  IMG0PE8B. C.'  Balling Agentr for the   West,  St.   Joseph's   Convent.  NELSON, B. C  iJoardmg and Day School conducted by tbe Sisters of 8t. Joseph, Nelson  B. C. Commercial and business  courses a specialty. Excellence and  swift progress characterize each department. Parents should write for  particulars. One month aSBiirea the  public of ihe thoroughness of th��  Sisters' methods of teaching. TermH  commence January, April and Sept.  Pupils are admitted during term-  PREST PHOTO CO.  Cranbrook and Moyik.  J^brt:^  by buying thla  reliable, honest,  high grade avtr-  ing machine. ���'���\'-  STRONGEST GyARANTEE.  National Sewing HacWne �����������  SAN   FRANCISCO.   CAX.  FACTORY AT, BBLVtoe��a. MJU  ,   -tftnozi 2mdootiA\ P"�� dnoo 'spioo twro  Apaiuay q��no3 s,utBSJaqiUBii3  O. F. DE3AULNIER.  I       'DEALER  IK  ill, CQil IF  PROMPT   DELIVERY.  Queens' Aye.     MOYIE  BEGINNING FEB, 15, 1906  THROUGH  TOURIST  SLEEPERS  Eycry Day Jn   The Year Between  Meets ev#>ry   Wednesday at, 8 P. M.  DR. HARVIE, J. H HAWKK,  Worthy Pres. Worthy, Secr'y.  Harvey   &   McCarter,  ���   %    - . '    ' ��� -  Barristers, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.,  Cranbrook;,,-   -4   B. C.  i_j_j_iiji'i i . x. y������mrr~ix'ii���1~  ���_r������~���  W. F. ,GURDt'"'   "       ..  '-    BABrUeiiyt; SOLICIXQIf. KTC   ���  ' i \ " (1  CRANBROOK.    '       -    ''   ,     "B." C  as;  ',   C H.DUNBAR ,  Barrister, Solicitor, Notary Publio, Etc  CranbrookjB. C.  DR. F. B. MILES, ;  Cranbrook,  B, C.  Georg-e H. Thompson,  ,   "   <   ���, Barristkk, Solicitor, No-  ';, ,'    tary Public, &c.     ,. * ',      l  CRANBROOK.   ,   Bkidsh Columbia,  -',  ' ".BUY YOUR-    /*,  'C��t_r&Lir&i:    ' -1" '���  OairxdL-\r 'V.^'������"V,  ','*.-'    -     , >  .'   , FROM      '   , *        -  A. B. Stewart & Co.  Agent  Jor   Crows'   Nest  8team Laundry.  With Dominion   Spring  '   '  IB.  WE    PAY THE   FREIGHT  . ,'  .MA-jb.tress .included ;For V$H;60.  Cranbr ook Co-Operative Stores  _C^�����<>C�����������������6C���<eCC������-����������'&^i����a>����'��a���� r>����*    ft**- M^jan  ���..r.  t   '  .'   ;-/  P. F.;/JCW3VS20W  r Thin Hotel Is'.-New and well Furnishedf The  I..-���- 'Tables are,Supplied with the Best the  t,      JLHarket affords'. The Bar"'is - Filled with  %'   -   theisest Brands of .Liquors1 and" Cigars,  *        '       ���     ,      ��� *     ,,.,.,       ,       ,     ���)   *��  �� , ���, ' '*-    " < \ ��� ,   *  S *    . '���   HEADQUARTERS 'FOR .COMMERCIAL    "-  !"��� .'"    . v v, - - -JAND MINING1 MEN' '  MOY1B  B KlTI8H;OOLUHniA  <raS���C��UM��q<;ccf���c'cg'B6<i���g��s*��sae>6����g<:a^����a *����������!>������������������������',  fflnraiaBTCT1 ���" ������"������ mt_Liiiiiiuxr^?amaBn\iirr-,v r���"iriiMsMMiirgBBS  ,FOR   FINE   TAILORING   GO   TO  C. A. FOOTE  MERCHANT   TAILOR  < Akd Gentb' Furkibhkr.  Fine   Suitings,"   Overcoating  Trousers,   Imported    Goods.  (UNION" SHOP.) ^,-  '  MOYIE, B. C  CA&ADBAM  "v"~fi; J "^Aa 'mi.da hy.the^prfse'nt -brewer ,is: admitUdly,, la.  s^'  ��     1 *Bost  Bfer io'ESsi Kootrniiy.'', Wiih I he Best Mall ��nd-  ^���i tho Purest'Spring'Water it'is'unexcelled I'or^qnallij.   o  ,'{ 'liisWt on having.Moyie Beer'.' s' ',/--.'-       _;   " '--  -���'-.,s ���*, v"  ..   s,t r v"-     -       --.- -^.^   -,1- ~.  ^->��,i    ��� --  Bottled .arid: Draff Beer.  JULIUS MUELLER, Proprietor,  MOYIE, B. C.  W. R. BEATTY  Imbalmer and Undertaker,  Phone 89. CBANBBOOK,  Seattle And Chicago  ���via   the  Great Northern Failway  The Comfortable Way  Route of  the   famous Oriental Limited'  For detailed information,  ratesr,   etc.  call on or adress  H.   L,    Blftckstone Ageat O. N, Ry.  FERNIE, B. C.^^Cg -  Winter  ROSSLAND.  FEBRUARY  7   to  lO.  SINGLE FARE  ROUND   TRIP,  *>b. 7th, 8th and 9th, good  to  return  to Feb. 12th.  -..--'- �����'."���/������..  Full Programme  Canadian  Winter Sports,  For Prograrrimei, Rates   and   detailed  irinlormatioc, apply to loeal agent.  J, 8.'Carter, D. P. A., Nelson.  E. J. Coyle, A. Q, p. A.,'Vanoourer.  T. V. LOWNEY; Prop.  MINERS* HEADQUARTERS.    This hotel is   close   to  ths  minH, "* ^j  ���   every Convenience for Working Men.  South Victoria St. M0Tfl|  A. L.  McDERMOT  Wholesale Wines, Liquors  and Cigars.  ORANBROOK, British OolumW*;  Insure in the  Canadian Fire Insuraae  COMPANY.  FARRELL JcSMTH  AGENTS.  -'it*  t- -m  1' I  'v*!  S."-.^tSi.  kit- ���  ^^y.tM'��*W^i .V^^^ WjgfiaiVJ^  ***ViM-*K%tt*-i-'��!r*


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