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 / ,  ^' \ aj��is tat/ye a., ���  ���*'Y^> - ��        p/1*>��s,  -V Y  ^  APR 4-100$  '*   \  o>;  7��'OrHAi^  >^A d-d.  .\^K._^f}^"    %  MOYIE, B.C.,   MARCH 31. HKX>:  SSA YEAR  Market Changes  TO SPOKANE  . AUGUST' FIRSl.  LOCAL  NEWS.  MOY  ft.  >&,  ' knowing the .changes iwhieh ar^ constantly being.-  - ' made \k the markets, especially in; Producer, we hav��  ^ completed our new price list to take effect   April   1st.  - rn.ttl.ertare^apy.obtnge.in favor   ot   the  buyer.  ' }.' Before "placing yeur order for the'month it will.be  to  ,'     ���    <..   .  __.._-"���_' a-<A Vorftfullif compare our price  .,'   Bl'IOrO   l*l**.u'Ufc j--.  ,       ,, .   , j-n-j  :   ybuiintere8t>OfComoan'dcarefuU/comparco��r price . .W  ',;.   .listWtb>icc.>oulmobeea>iatho.l1abi,tof   paymg*      W  -, ���* ���   *- -- i &    *' - "   -!    y -    "      i   - *b  D. C.   Corbiri Makes  \ : this Statement.  NOI'TOJOiERSFiRY  May Use 0. R. & Nf.' Passen-  igerf, Station,' in  Sj>o-.  ":y' kane.     ' ; '"f  ,'0',ii4V^,,,!A^^^I^.TbV Office cf,;-^:����^  K^rvt'-"' ' "' Y  ^corVer-of'-BtiUeraca ui��fi,pr;v"i    '<�� -^ ���<-->;��� ^ *��  .,J^sh\creamry^ y  TiisV received large Consignment of  tlie  JU1eTelrated    Mayton;^?~ ,  '  ,   > Butter inToriclis and 141bDoxes.     >  /-"'   ���      ^SHFROoM TIIE..C1IUEN AT 30 OENTB. ,      ���    ,  *  ��7 . ���  "The grading for the Spokane International'is practically finished east  of Bonners Ferry, and' ia 'nearly..done  'from" Bonners 'Ferry to. Sandpoint,  Idaho," says D.- C. Cprbin. head of tho,  company, '"There has been bo much"  scow tfrpm , Rathdrum to 'Bonners  Ferry- that "we have been " t-ampered  there:-' 'The snow was ,-four feet' deep  in placed ;We are getting aldng pretty  well with the bridges.  , .y,  "Contract's  for   building east" from  Spokane for 35 miles have beo'n let  to  Nelson-BennetCand'heis only  wait-,  ing for the   weather   to  settle * before  .starting to-push. the  grade.' "A  steam  shovel is on the ground.- ���    >     ��� '     ,  "lam confident ibntjve ahtll  have  the ,road  r.unfjing'into-^Spokane   by  the first of August., -(,  '  .."     ^    ^'''  ,-"As  lor  tho   passenger  sSition, in  Spokane it-is' possible I miy mike arrangements with the - Or E &  N. for  thejointmsoYf, its *ne,w  statiop, but  thatis notdeftnUoly.'s-ettled."  .y-Sietferstadt Prospering:'  ' y, ,- '--^ ���   i   ,*<' }  '^ Joseph ��� .Niedersladf, ,' foraiprly ;a  resident1 o'irkoylaJbut nowyof .Keginf*.,"  -.writes to the L'oade'r^that^he ;is doing  well in bii^now .location and believes  'thfjreifis .a, great future , for .Eegina.  Tliere j-j-Vl goocfsxiS for'roal estate.*and  buildings'^are goi'utj up ou every side.  The' postoffice isl 'wholly inadequate  for"the volume of buhiness.  W.-F.' %. Convention.   *  0. H. Little has gone to California,    j  Everybody drinks ' Moyio   Brewery,  beer. ' "  J. P. Farrell and wife wero in Cranbrook Thursday.  Thos.   Calon   was   in    Craubrook'  Thursday evening.   ,   '  __. Byers of Nelson'was in town the  first of the week.        ^     ' fi  Some "good    catches  of fish   were  made during the week.     ;  '   There will be considerable   building  in MoyieUiis epiing.      ^        ���)     ,  1  The (Like Shore hotel ie rapidly filling up,with roomers, o  A painter and paperhanger can find  plenty of,work in   Moyie.   . ;  Tbe F. O. E. will hold a  meeting  next Wednebday  evening.   .        ���   \  Stem .Conusor has opened A his' barbershop in the Central'hotel.       '   *  ���Father Choinel held services in tbe  Catholic church last,Sunday.  ' Frank DufFs lumber has arrived and  he has his new house well along. ' ,  Hazel Cline is, up ' from Cranbrook  on a visit"with Miss Edith Hawkc.n'  John Daly'of the St. Eugene  office  _      r    -     .,i     'L'...ir".i,��"fi��i' nf   thf  ORGANIZI  With   Charter Mem  bership of 35  'n_l_m.-s<2^^  Jr\  ..HlU^b  Lo%e Starts Out with G-ood  Offipprs and ^Bright Pros-  . '     'pects-   ���  1 Hotel Kootenay  !        ^-'       j- The best of accomniodations  ' u *�� .'^jl-'for the,Traveling  Public.     ��� _  r^rge and Commodious Sample Booms/        '��� Billiard Eoome.  ' McMAHON BROS. Proprietory  Thos. E. Kelly returned last Saturday lrom Phoenix,' wbero be attended  the eighth annual convention of district So. 6. W. F. of M. It was a  good meeting. Mr, Kelly says, in fact  on& of the most successful of eight, so  far held in the province. Nothing was)  too good in Phoenix for the visiting  delegates.  TTotct      Hats      Hats      Hats  W. arr n��� our spring styles in ^^^l^lU  which is all 'the r^O in Eastern fashion circle    Alao a    the late,  ���b��e. by the leading Bagli-h, American * ��^'*D ���ftJ��"-  -< -'       HILL'S HATS AEE THE BESi.  j.__mJ___, 19  ����'��AinK8    I..vmE5- A3TD ��-f-   ���P_____  As a special inducement to people  wibhing to1 own their own homes, I  am offering for sale  1    One Block of Lots  $100 Each.  This' is excellent'residential  property.  sUif'wars in Cranbrook"the'firat' pf tbe  .'.",. - ' ,  '    h,  tveek.   t 9     f  Mr. and"Mrs'. ?-J. McMahon left  Monday foir Spokane ,and Seattle.  They wilLretum about April 10th.  Theice'o'n J*t6Vie''lake is rapidly  breaking, up,-and It will pjily be a matter of a,few days uuiil,lbe laKe is clear.  * TheKachjl'I.i*wisCo, will pl.iy in  Moyie three niglits next w*;ek, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. ; ,  \ L'OST���A baby pin in Eagle hall  on the night of March 17th. Finder  will kindly leave same at this office,-  Herb. Lowes, while playing' bafcket'  ball Tuesday night, sprained his -ankle  qiiire'badly and'is now, in' the Cranbrook hospital. "*,, r . ^*_  Miss McLeo'd of rCranbrook' will be  "in Moyie next Wednesday, and Thursday with >' su'iialils stock of (Spring  millinery.      "-,.,,'  'The MacKenzies, assisted'- by Mm|.r  Claire Eosseau and "Mr. ��� -Eichard  Eavensberg, puiiip a clean, interesting entertainment in Eagle hall Wednesday rveuiug.  Arrangements are under way for a  dance on Easter Monday to be .given  under,the auspices of the Moyie Athletic Association. From all account  it is to be the dance of the' season.  James Kerrigan, of Cranbrook, was  in town this week taking orders for  soda water and soft drink's, of which  he is now the leading manufacturer in  the district.  Chas. Farrell who was up from  Morrissey Mines Wednesday, says  that tbe coal company intend closing  their mine at that place, aud in that  event there'will be nothing for tbe  people to do but get out.  The regular business meeting of the  Moyie Athletic Association will be  held on Monday evening, April -2nd.  All members are requested to be present, ab matters of importance will be  brought'up for, discussion. In' all  'probability a gamo with Cranbrook  will be arranged for to take-place iu  Moyio   Tuesday.  "Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Harper have,  .bought a block of lots in Pincher  Creek and have built a house ou one  of tberu.     They   have   rented   their  St. Eugene Lodge No. 37 Knights of  Pyth5as was organized io Moyie Thursday night with a "chart-r membership  of 35. Wm. Ir fine, vice-grand 'chancellor commander''of ,'the' province",  wasfthe in-titutiug officer, and the  degree' work was conferral! by the  members of Crescent, Lodue-No. 33,  Cranbrook',' wlip came up on a -speci' 1  train1.' Following is a list of. the bEQ.-,  cers of the new lodge':      ', -   '  G.   H7 Findlay���C. O.  '    C. A. Foote���V. C. C,   '  E. A. H.ll���Prelate.      u"   , ���      ,  H. P. LHrgo���K: of R. &S.    * '    b  E. Campbell--Maai.f*r Finance. '  A. B.  Stewart���Master^-Exchequer.  E. 0. Kamm-YMaster 'at' Arni3.  S. K. Hume ���Master of Works.  C.'H. Livnsley���I. Cr.  A, G, Monkhouae���O. G, /  H. Cameron���P,C,C. '  G. VV, Orcliard���P. C C,  S.K. Hi'rvre-^P.C. 0..   <*  IC, A. Hill���P.'O, C,   ,���  A- meeting    will   be   held  r     Notwithstanding the great scarcity  pf  u Potatoes, wa have succeeded in securing,  \ a'car frdm. Hillyard., Washington, of the  r finest white Potatoes'Ve have ever . had  in ;our cellar.  J They hoil well, are dry without being  crumbly, and above all they eat well,  Our prices are ��2.0Q 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 satis:  -hod that they aie Veil worth the ��� advanced pri03.   ��� , ' '  -ANDr-  lacdonald.'!  .' __j ��� y   ' "    "'     I  _\^s^^^^^^m,,J!i___^ssi^j^^ 82S��tasgs^r353fgB^agasaaBgg��Ea8  l <'  __      <the  Miners'  ' hall  * Monday   evening,  at  $550 00 -��� -----���        -tQ v_ Jf  Ciimpbolli  Buys a-rt room  House and   Lot  on   P &t l])0  Sl-   Eu'.en0.    Mrs.  which the regular meeting, night will  be set' and .other,, important business  tranbacted.     ''<-,,- {.  'Amongst tboso who ;��mo here lo  assist in'iQStita'ting'tll'e.lod^e, were'the.  following:. G.'H. Thompson, W.t II.  Wilson,, C."E. Reid, Ross , Tate, ^ John,  Fink, V. A. R'lllins,'F. E ICing, A. M.  'Black,CJV Fleishman; F. 'Kumfiier, 'T.-  M/Eoberts, II..Mercier, A. C Bjwness  all 'of Cranbrook,' and N. Binns d of  Trail and  Dan Thomas of Eossland.  i ft  *     The Miners Won.  The^basket ball game Tuesday night  between picked teams from the mine  and mill resulted In a decided victory  for the mine team. The score was 22  to ,9. VVorm'.ugton, Clothier 'and  Trainer made a ' particularly strong  forward line for the mine team, while  Bonner and B^ovi proved an impregnable detence. N go-iatior.s are being  carried on for a gime with Cranbroot.  Peck Is a Josber.  J. Teck McSwaip, the Kicking  Horse bard. Poet, Printer and. Philosopher, agd the man who pushes the  ���peri on thc Golden Star, is one of the  warmest joshers' extant. , Here is his  latest on Moyie:  "Moyie is getting up to date. An  Uncle Tom's Cabin show struck thai  camp last week and ^ the denizens  fairly went wild over the new play."'  Eansome-K-ennedv.  L'O, 0"..F. at Oranbrook,  , a ^ 'i o  '' Last Monday a bunch of Moyie Odd  Fellows went down to Cr.uibrook and  had the pleasure of putting on J lie  initiatory niegr'ee, in one of the" finest  lodge rooms in the province. The  visiting team wab made up as'folioWb-  ,   R. Campbell���N. G.  P. T.'smytii^���V'.G. ."    '.  F, J. Smyth���Conductor. -   ,  A. g'. Monkhou*e���0. Q. \ ��� '  ^nsli'dmeron���R. S. N. G.  O. A. Foote���E7S. S.  n   R. T. Ilowiird���L  S   S.     ,  D./. Johnson���L 'S. N. G.^,    ,  ���' C.H. Little���R S.N G.    "'    . ,  TThe visiting team' Wits'as-isled, by'  'some of the local'members filling tht*'  Vacancieu; ~T:--'? woik w.w put an in jv  "   itSETAL   MARKET."   ��� '   '  Nr:Tv   York���Bar silvery  6o| cent*  Loud, $515. .Zinc. (spe!ter;),?5.90.  Losoos���Lead, ~l5 I&�� 9d.   >  .  , S.i  '���Itl  ��� A  -y*  '!��� I  GENERAL   MEW3 NOTES.'  .,���LT~Y '  No b.rd of tirey h.is the gift of sonir.'  ,*���    * " ^     i j. ,      '  Lrig ilriviug has commenced on Goit  river.' ',.  A bu^cbci slrip h is been opened   ,it  Qreston, .   ' *. '  a   I  Carpets made i.-oiu vli-'phantbide are  saiJ>ne\er- to wear out. ,  A cow's>-hitle of average siz^" produces  about 35 pounds of leather, f ,  most.attraotiye'/manner." After' tlie  close'of, the regular .proceedings, re-  freshments'w-ro served and a' social  hour mdulge'J-in,, whichj wa=5,,gr'>.atly  enjoyed by all p-esont." The Mpyie  members were greatly pli'��sid wi'.h  the. treatment ' ihpy received by the  Cranbrook lodge.        <  Coming to Movie.  Cranbrook Herald : Moyie isu making a bid to the public- at Urge, as a  summer resort. The people of that  delightful spot have a right to cultivate ambitions along 'that line. There  is not'a place in all the west where one  can find a more pleasant place for a  week or ./month's outing than at  Movie. The fame_ is spreuhng and  there are a number of peoplu of Onk |  Lake, Man , talking of securing a  special cir'and coming to Miyie thi-  hummer for a month. There is boat  ing, fishiug. mignilioant , sceuery,  bathing, the largest leal mine in th*  world. Put Moyie on your list when  you are looking for a p'ace to rusticate  this summer.  One* German woman iri about' 'every *  twenty-EiiVen works'in a factory.' v  - ' T ' t     .      .- - -- ,1;     -'  , Germnuv leads ail other nations in a  - ��� -. ,.  system of sick-and accident'insurance.  The Eo-ebery plant is being remodeled soniewh it and Wilfleys are  being  -.. *-*  installed.   .        *���  On Apiil 1st Vancouver carpenters'  neW scale of 40 to 45 cts per hour gooo  into effect.  The next sitting of the county  court in Nelson 'for We.-u Kootenay is  fixed for'M.iy 14,  Canada's trade in ten years has increased more rapidly than any -other  country in, the world.  1?  1 yI  *- '��  ' *��� J' p  ��� ***...rp  A goo-1 many of the old Siocan mill  men will *oon bo making concentrates at the new .Molly Gibson   mill.  J. S. Carter, C, P. R- pissengf-r  agent for the Kootfriay, it. slnrlly t-o  take up a new position witu the company, probibly in Spokuie!"  , *jsr/$r*y. /v-- -Kr- V% 'v* v    *���  ���zfs-its-zyr-JQr ~y* '<- "f* *v  Impsria!  SAVINGS DEPARTMENT. -  "^-"ss r:;���y:;Y;���.>,,.. \^  "Bank deposit.  ���       Interest   allowed at .currunv  pounded twice a year.  CRANBROOK BRANCH.  j. F, M   PINKKAM, Manager.  %  k  |  5  '   i  ���>v-  Tavistock s,treet.  $350.00  Buys a Lot ou Victoria Ave,  $700.00  Buys a 4-room  House  and   Lot   in  good location.  $300.00  Buys a  lot  with   50-foot  frontage;  one block from depot.  blacksmith at iho St. Eugene. Mrs  IPirpor will leave for her now home  next week, but Mr. Harper will remain in Moyio for a few months yet,  Mr. and Mrs, llirper were amongst  the oldest re-ulents in Moyio and their  departure will cause a general feeling  of regret.  Why patronise cistern travelors  when you can net your spring suit at  the same price from C. A. Foole, the  tailor.  The postal authorities find that  Hi-:  M, jesty'e mails  are   being   made   th��t  ~- ~ ' means of distributing throughout  tho  Amicus-. -.Tin. k��.��u.����ti��n.     _      cituntrv pM(Ri ^^^ Qf ^ vprv .ntWent  "I was and   am    yet,   ��"llctod   wsU llin,] sus���esli7e  character.    Tho polica  rheumatism," s.r.s   Mr.   J.   C.   Baydo,   Jja^ ^^ instructed to tako   proo��ed-    - havo been instructed to tako   proo-ed-  editorofthe   Herald,   Afkliugtou, In- _e���Uwl Kn   persons   expob.ng  for'  dian Territory, "but thanks to   L u-im- , ^ ^ ^_^  berlaiu'fl   1'ain   Balm   am   able   oncf ,  ��5550.00  Buys a lot on Victoria Ave.  'lent loci tion.  STOP AT THE  Excel- I  I  OSMOPOUTAS  $2,800.00  Buys Two amres and a 5-room Cottage. 'I'h'.s is a birgain, i's the pri-p-  orty is paying 30 ptr cent, and bus  been for the past live years.  Lots for sale in all pn-ts of town.  B. X ELMER,  ���Agent  for Town.-ite  Company.  WHEN IN  C^AETBROOK  E. n. S1IAI.L, Mananor.  I  Good room.*! good  tables and   bar  and   first claesjample w-Jais.  Frank E. Ransome of Moyie and  Mi-8 Kennedy, of L->omi��, Wash, were  intrriud la.*tTue*iiay nt tlie home ot"  Mr. and Mis. P. T, Smyth, by Rev. VV.  G. W. Fortune of Cranbrook. The  Lender extends congratulations.  At The Traps,  The gun club mot last Monday, and  thc members who took part nn.de the  following scores out of 2o : Cameron.  19; Campbell, 19; Armstrong, 3;  Lirge, S  mom to attend to businr-s**. 1' i-5 the  beat of liniment-," If tr.niblcd with  rheumatism givo Pain Balm a trial  and you are certain to be more than  plensfd with tho  prompt   reliff  wht.-h -^ .J)a4  it    alTords.     On.*  application   r-li^ve* '^ltJ )0),} ^ .^ ^^ .^ lh_ ^^ Qf aR  Por sale bv the Movie Prim '  V   X OTarrsM recoul'.v v��i ?.H,-  .000   -.penilaiin::     i.i     A'tiilg united  vnpp'r.    Mr. O'Faiiell as   soon   ufter-  wariU .is !"j*-ib!e wrote out checks  lo."  lie   o-vt.l,    and   then   he   gav.i  the pain.  tt Stationeiy Co.  11, it  he  c mid   uot  touch  hints* If.  Is Your Watch  Going Satisfactory?  OUR SPRING STOCK'  M.U1V    i\ 'U'l.e*    <l��  l lipy a'il   ..11' w   d    t"   'im  w.tho'it i*lo imiu'-  no*     bpc"*  r"  10''   i.->Ski  iFi% Years ihe Siasd.:id  S tvh Yni it  * n n "i ir   "  Wai ���  I*    ��.'ll*  'HI   1  inf..  ,11     K-  of Jewelry i.- air.ving  almost daily and we  woii'cl be plctuec to  have jou t��.ke a look  over our goods win >li  sire ulwajs kept ruw  arid up to dite.  W.  H. WILSON,  Jeweler. CRAXUROOK, B. C  cei\u piti|.er Irt-iiliiiout  C   A    11 ill    of  a^ent.  w. i?. tats & 3>:<:y  Juwjli r i .in I    Gi  c'i v.vnii*  Oplic  i'i*  OUi  ill  Wilcli Tn-.vct T f.��r   t'  Oio��'* N ���>' I'�� s  -1'' ,,;" '-1  & GroaEacfTarti? Powder  Egade Ffshj Grapes  Ho Mum       j THE LEADER. MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  .TTTf-l  hM-t-t-T-t-f t f tr 11 y t-1  . / ,  | Linked by Fate  BY CHARLES GARVICE  Author of "The Verdict of thc Heart," "A Heritage  of Hate/' "Nell of Shorne'Mills," "Paid  For," " A Modern Juliet," Etc..  *dH  h++++++++-M- +������+������ HIMH H��������fc  , .*r>'l*i^i  lie," ,i"f M  , 1 Y'     , -r��.  'yJy  i  , f   i �����.;-  ;..yi-4  -MM ���  pS.JBsP- -���  '     K^  (*'., Sib"   , *  g-'?'if>,;   '  ���Y'-'sH  hM'  *. ���.' , ,  i. v.  Yyy  ? iY  li   1     .,-1  1'     f   -  l'-fV  ' ]-'  .A,  :M77i  .'.ifU^ii  ���syy-  ;s,;?fi:r[-i  !(*7'viii!j  -' V  Continued from last, week.  "Ah,  ye.-.," Bur   f do  noil- lu'" , said,  not  in the tone- with which such compliments are paid, hut a liUlo hoarsely,   with  a'twitch   or   the, thin     lips,  , a  restless   movement   of     thc    'white,  hands so near her ���j-Ioajninir sTi-mldcr.  "I never forget, never lose the chance  of ht��imr near- you,  vou  Know."  ,  '   "ITush'"   she whispered     with    hei  voico   of  subtle   music. ���    "You   must  t���4iMen    to   the    plaj���and   let'mo    do  so." , ' i  There was n pausr*, during which he  looked, iipt' nt the stone, but at her  ���looked with thc passion smouldering in lu"s eyes, beating in lhe sallow cheeks winch had errovvn somewhat sunken, breathing from the set  lips���and .she. leaning hack .and fee.l-  7 ing nis g'uzo! .seemed so serenely, e?c-  []iusttely cairn and emotionless, thnt  one. would bavu said that no pas.sion  couldf have power io lomh her even  with  the ends of  its burning   fingi-rs.  But suddenly, though her eves did  not move, her bosom rose ��iii(i Veil  ���quickly. She had heij.nl' a step in the  corridor���Vane, entered  the box.1 ,  She 'did not' turn,0her head,' hut despite ,hersulf, her 'marvelous power of  sell-control, the color dyed her face  and  hor eyes shone. ��� (   '  ��� .Julian saw the momentary change,  the'Hash of,emotion that betrayed  her, -and Ins face went pallid, his Up**  grew straight and theie Hashed"into  his now .sombre eyes a^gleam of halt-  ���the hate .-which, joined with jealousy, is ol" all kinds lhe most jnalig-  uant, 'the most merciless.  Vane did not come forward, hut,-  with a bow and a smile, dropped inlo a chair behind the curtain, so  that lie was unseen by Kjna, whose  eyes were still turned to lhe beauli-  -ful woman,' 'now languidly' fanning  herself, .With a new touch ,of color in  her face, a new light in  her eyes.  So  they  sat,  in   silence' ��� now.    'for  Vane  was one ot  those persons who,  oddly'enough,'    in   these, days     when,  most!,  well-bred  people appear  to    regal ri1 the  theatre as a  place* for conversation, did not talk while The curtain     was, up.      He    leant  back  and  looked'on  at. the play 'with   jit   fn.st  an  absent* air,   but  presently  an    interest  awakened  in  spite'of    hnns.'if.  She'    listened���to   -  Vane's       regular  breathing;   and   Julian  sat    with  his  arms   folded,     his   lids   lowered,     his  , eyes fixed on  the hem of the dress? of  ' ,the    woman  hc  hnd  grown   to     love  "with   a   passion   that   absorbed.'    devoured him,  and  left him no rest   for  iltodj*- or soul. And' nothing about hin'i  . moved but the'.tick;  tick ���of the nerve?  , in his hollow  cheek.  '  As.the-play drew to an end the interest,  the  laughter or thc    audience  increased,   and  when  the   curtain   feli  ^there was one of those  outbuists   of  applause which managers, actors, authors, love'to'hear., \  ,   "Thc Betrothed",    was,a    genuine,  ��� unmistakable  success.  ,    The ripplause seemed   to  deafen Ni-  7 na. . She watched  the actois and  ac-  ��� tresses  cross  before  the  curtain,  and  she longed  to  clap     her    hands���for,  ,oh,- how grateful she-was    to    them1  '���but she felt incapable of movement.  ITer heart beat so     wildly that    she  did not    at'    first ' hear  the cries of  "Author!  Author!   Author!"    but    as  they  grew  louder  and  more insistent  ' sho began to  uemrjie,  anil,  clutching  her  opera-cloak  lound  her,  she     rose  and fled; so  that when lUr. TIarcourt  came   forward,   w,ith  Ir.s   hand   on  his  '-heart,   and   announced 'that   the    author was not'in thc theatic, ho. ninr-  >   velous to relate, spoke the tmth.  Vane moved foi ward and stood by  Judith's chair.  "A pretty play,"' he said, "and a  clever one." 1 am sorry J did not see  it all."  She swept her magnificent , dress  from the chair beside her, but he did  not accept the invitation. lie glanced  wearily, listlessly, round the house,  then, as n he remembered why ho  had come to the box,  lie said.  "Julian and I go*-down to Lx*sbor-  ougli to-morrow. Uheie is to bo a  house party in a week, as vou Know ,  liny 3 ask Sn Ch.indos to bung  you?. Lady l'"an-.vorthy plavs chape-  lone I hope j ou will come."  ' Her he.nt beat suiiilv, but sho  looked stiaight before hei, so that  Julian, \\ho~ivas watching hei fiom  behind with a fiiv.-nsh oagurniiss,  glow   sick with suspense. .  "Thanks, vei.v n'lith," she said at  last, vnth an instant luting or hot  eves to Vane's face. "^ ou know '���  in a lower voice, one scarce!v above  a whisper���"that   I   should  ioiik*'1'  "I am glad," he said, giuvcly.  Then hc looked  al   his watch  "Arc you going'' ' she asked in the  same  ton"  "\es, pii-sentlv," he said, "('nod-  nighl.    I will (iml Sir   Chnndos "  Alter he had gone she sat and  looked sii night b.i.'ic h-r .Julian  jnowd and sh'- tut in (I to him, l-.i-r  ejes cold as in- and gilt I'nng like  llie diamond* on hei bi.-ast  "Will   v.m   li'id   uiv    iiitliei   and   tell  him   1     an.   gumi*  on   to  the  V ,ui-  flalfiir's    aft.-i     the  lit st  net.  Mi.  Shori ���> '  .Julian  ins.   .iml  eft   the  llON  But  in  the con icloi   he  paused  ai'd  pic*s-  ed one hiiii.ii.g v\hili! hand lo his  lips as if to still the f|inv.i of h.ite  and jualous.v ili.-n, with drooped lids  and face set like a mask, ho went on  Ins ci rand  jNina could not go back to the  theatre, and she paced up and down  the Strand, .s...:iiig nothing, hear.ng  nothing, with the applause still deafening her. the lights of the theatre  ��� stiil, blinding her,-  ���tier play, was a''s'iicccks. Oh. how-  happy, how- glad she must: be! . A  success.! She had found her ��� true  work at last���no,'' so Soon,, so soon!  The gods had /been good, to hor beyond  all measurement.-��� A  success���  Then suddenly she stopped and an  inarticulate cry  rose'  from  her  lips.  Judith!    The woiiian he'loved!  Back it. all swopped on hor, and'her',  joy turned to misery. ���  .  She   found   hei- .way   to   thc   stage-,  'door.    Polly   came   rushing   out    and  caught her by the arm.-  " Decimal"- she gasped. "Beciina!  What a success! Oh, oh. oh.! But  what is the -matter?" she broke off,  lighast at the while facl:-, tin; iii.isory-  iiauntcd eyes." "You look as if you'd  seen a ghost.    You're not���ill?"  "No,, no!"  said .poor  Xina.    "It   is  ���is   me  suspense,   ine excitdmenc.-"  ���  Polly drew  a  breuth  of relief.  '''1 know. 'Hero���a cab! Get int  Oh. let us get home! Never mind  the supper!    JU'i us get home!"-  _ f  CIIAPTKH XVII.  It was not a largo party at Les-  borough, but it was a,very pleasant  one, and all were agreed that Vane  made a splendid host. He did not  makoj the mistake oi attempting to  "amuse his guests; nowadays we refuse to he amused and are best left  td oursclvijs; and what wc like is a  huge house, run on thc lines of- a  first-rate hotel, where we can do 'as  we1 please���and have no bills to pay  at tho  finish ���, 4  Break fust ' at Lesborough, was a  movable feast,    so also    was lunch,  nn<i   not seldom  the guesjs mot    to-  got hoi-  for1 thc  first  time  in   tho day  at   the  eight     o'clock, dinner; , uhich  was  a  meal   that  met 'with  the    itp-  proval   even     of  Sir  Chandos  Oiinu,  who  was somow'hat'   exacting  in the  matter of his food���and  drink.    ,        ''  .Most   of'tho nion  weie  out all day  with   their  guris  or  their, rods���there  are  sou-trout     in   the     Lesway  that'  runs through, the estate}���and some of  the ,women'joined  them  at  lunch   or"  rode out'with ihe 'lea-baskets.      Vano  hod    his    gun anil    hlsi    fishing-rod  standing each     morning ajrainst   tho  terrace  ready  for  either' sport', ' aiid  did   not  seem  to  cate  which' it  was;  indeed,  he'usually (sat on the.coping  With his pipe, in his mouth wh,iIo the  program was bcingj.settled,' and took  up either  Weapon, with     equal  cheer-  .fulness���and,   alas!   ifulilTcience.   '  The .Lelchfords, who were,of course  of the party, discusjsed him in tlie  privacy' of their own room. "__ - '  ' "ile seems very -little better than  he was on'the night'We lound hin.,"  ,/Sir Charles , remarked, . regret full v.  ���"Whatever he liad got* on his~xnliid is  there still-. He's behaving . like���like  a',brick and keeping everything going  hoic splendidly, but���" ���,  , "But he' is not happy," finished  JLruly .Letchford. "He tiies to ' liido  the trouble, -whatever it is, " and I  daresay most of the people here  think him tho happiest and most,  fortunate of men;" but you' and I  know better, don't we", Charlie? And  there is someone else who knows it���  Lady Fanworthy."      , . ,  "Ah, she always was a clever one\f"  remarked Letchford.  "Yes; and she's iond of liim,",j saidi  his 4wifc, "J. see hei' looking���at him  every now and then w ith''a'curious  and pained glance, as' if she wondered what was the matter,1 "and wishing sho could help him." '  ,^'So 'do I,''.-said Letchford, with a  sigh. "I'm deuced fond -of him,  Blanche " ������ f       -    ���  "It^is.not difficult���to'be fond of  hi in, I mean," responded Lady  Blanche,  comprehcnsnely '. y  ','Jolly���'-'good jthfng  he's'taken     a  fancy to .his'cousin    Julian    fShore. '  Good-looking- "chap,1    isn't  'he,,   and  agreeable,  to6!" " ,  Lady, Letchford was silent for - a  moment. ' ,.     '  "Yes," ,she said., "De is good-  lookmg  enough,   but���"   '  Sir Chin los laughed and yawned;  he had  been  shooting all  day-  "But you don't caie foi him oh?  What fancies jou women <ge,t' I  should have thought he would have  been just the Sort ot man vou would  have admiu'd and liked/a lellow who  sings like an opera chap and looks  like���like an .Adorns, and nlwn.vssavs  and 'docs the right thing "  'Peifection, in short," said Lady  Letchford "But then wc^ don't care  for perfection^ in a man���that's why  I like yoti,i Charlie, I supposf���it's  poaching on our preserves, you sc'o.  Ho make haste oi wo shall bo late  for dinnei, and its -the one thing  dear old J.ady I'anwoithv sticks ai  She almost frowned at Judith Onne  when she came in "late last night "  "Ah. yes, I sgo .vou -and Judith  have  made  it' up,   Blanche   ''  'Y'ou sco nothing oi the kind," le-  tortfd Lady L'tchioid from her  dressing room " Perhaps j ou mean  that we are civil to each other���we  tonkin t quarrel' or cut each' other in  another man's house "  ' Oil. that's it, is it?" said Mir  Charl.'S "P.y the way, do .von notico  how   sinilteii  Julian Shore is''"  ' Of (ouise I do,'' said Lady  Lctihford "1 am not blind But I  >\oii t talk any moie or .vou'll never  be re.idv. 1 iiiiniiot undei-stand w hy  it should take a. man so long to tie  th.it ridiculous white'tie. I'd do it  in hah a iiiinul. ���"  "f'.eltei eonir and do it now."  I s|Mil do nothing of tho kind.  You ;���<��� quite old���arid uglv ���enough  lo diess .v nm,self Oh g() jiw.iy,  f li.u In1' lli'ii' mines Ionise1 And  ���'*l|l,t th' <looi or ,vou will go on  t<ilkmg I am sine wc* shall be  late1'  Ibev wen. ni time Im dinner after  ���ill ll was as usual n menv meal,  " "' "-ii had had a good <lav,  .un! i!ie women weie i.'joiceil to havo  iheiii li.id \ ,me alone was rather  silent, as uvml. lint fiom his place  ..t the iioltom oi the table, fating  L.i.lv l'an��oith,v, he .smiled w h.'nover  iho (ouvei sal uin iei|iiire<l tl smile  limn him and he spoke now and  again lo Lady Lisle who, with her  husband, was dining at thc Hall  that night,; and. who sat at his  right.- A little- further down the'  table was Judith Onne, the,- most  beautiful and the best dressed woman present'-. Lord Lisle was next  her and she seemed to., bo listening  with interest to liis detailed account  of the day's sport; but, 'every now  and then her eyes -wandered lo tho.  griivo face at the ' bottom of the  table; and every time they so wandered, Julian, .who sat opposite her,  noted the glance, though his soft voice  never hesitated and , his pleasant  smile never faltered, lie seemed scarcely to look at. her, but 'not a" movement. . not it. word .of hers-escaped  him, though he appeared engrossed,  with the young girl whom he had  taken in, and who was chatting with  the   volubility   of  nineteen  (To  be C-ntimied.)  LIFE WOULD HAVE  MORE HAPPINESS  IfTh�� Liver \Vere K��pt Active  E3y Tlio Uso o-F  DR. CHASE'S KIDNEY-LIVER PILLS.  Most people realize that, if they  could only avoid the -sufferings of  indigestion and keep the bowels regular and active,- life would have for  them" much. more of comfort and happiness. l  it is poison, and ' the passing of it to  the intestines, where i-tj is necessary  for- digestion and a proper action of  the Dowels.  it is not as a mere relief from indigestion and constipation' that Dr.  Chase's Kidney-Liver Pills are .recommended, but as a thorough and lasting  cure.      Put them  id the test,      The  We believe that these results are  best accomplished by the .use  ot Dr.'dose is one pill at bedtime as often as  Cnase's Kidney Liver Pills, and let iis is "necessary to keep the bowels I'egu-  tell you why:  r  It is the liver  which,    hy   filtering  lar. A    i  Mr. Duncan McPherson, Content,  Albeita, -writes:��� "I was for many  brie from the blood and passing it into years 'troubled with indigest'ion and  the intestines, ensures good digestion headache and derived no benefit from  arid the natural; healthful action of "\e .many remedies I used. A Meml  ,,     ,     . , y       ,.  -  ,. ...      'advised the use  of Dr.   Chases Kul-  the  bowels.     .Keep  the,.liver  active,[ney-j^er Pills and after taking four  and you are sure, of the proper work-1boxes the result is that I    am   once  excretory more    in    the    full enjoyment, of the  I blessings of) good health. ,, ft  _  , ���, . Dr.' Chase's   Kidney-Liver  Pills, <25  Dr.,Chases Kidney-Liver Pills liave'cents a box, at all dealers, or Edman-  a' direct and specific action on the son, Bates &' Co., _Toronto. '"Portrait  liver. ' By invigorating this great fll-, and signature of Dr. A. VV. Chase, the  taring organ they* guarantee, the col- tamous receipt book author, on every  lection of bile from the blood, where  box. "��� ' ��� ���   ,  ing of the  systems.  digestive    and  Franklin's   Snn.lilNt   Pnddlnw.  Franklin believed hi fair competition,  in freed6in for,others as well as himself and cared more for his  personal  independence  in   the .conduct   of ' his  business, than for the, business itself.  The 'story   of   th'e   sawdust   puddina  should be known in every' newspaper  office iu 'the country.   When he- first  started tbe Gazette he'niade some free  comments  on  certain' public  officials,  and*some of the intlneutial patrons of,  the paper resented'It and tried to stop  IL -He invited them td dinner.   ]\\'lien  they came they found 'nothing'on the  table but a puddiug made of  coarse,  meal and a jug of water.   They, sat'  down.   Franklin filled their pontes and  -."ben  his   own  and  proceeded   to eat  t.eartlly, "but his guests could'.not swal-'  low the'Stuff. 'After a few moments  Franklin  rose and,  looking 'a'fc  them,,  said ^'quietly:  "ily ' friends,  any  man  who can subsist on sawdust pudding, -  as*I can, needs no man's patronage.''  A Scheme mitt  a. Luncheon..       '  One of Balzac's wild, schemes was a  plan to combine 'Paris theaters. ' Cine  morning ih September," 1S3!>���an early  day ,to 'talk of monopoly���ten,, literary  friends of the great novelist met "by Invitation at liis house. Before luncheon  Balzac .told them of, his scheme, '-.liis  idea was to form a,trust to buy up all  tbe theaters as a sequel to,a smaller  preliminary ,'trust1 tor^the supply of  plays to every theater in Paris. * The  ten guests -were to supply them1. He  estimated tlie profits of the'first year at  ��120,000, and, each "year ' would, he  thought.'bring in more money, ne'expounded his scheme at. length for over  an "hour, and'finally, one of the guests"  suggested" that'-he might go on at table. The" novelist'started.' "I forgot  all about ordering anything tofeatV-he  cried,- 'and late in- Uie7afternoon-1.tlie  m'embers'of 'the shadowy .trus't made<a  shadowy meal of bread and cheese and  sour wine in a small fcountry restaurant, r* ' *  A  Remarkable Br Idee.  ' Among the many odd nooks 'and corners and crannies of the auld Bnierold  Isle  is  Carrlck-a-rede', ,on   the   Great  Northern railroad of Ireland.-  It Is an-  isolated rock, 'separated from the mainland by a,chasm sixty feet.wide aud'  more than,eighty feet deep, and,it Is  at this place that the salmon are Intercepted in their retreat to tlie rivers.   A  rude'bridge of ropes is thrown across,  which remains during the.fishing season, and this bridge, which Is protected  by a single rope'rail, swings about in,,  the most uncomfortable manner, often  rendering It a"dangerous-feat in stormy  weather save to sthe natives,,who cross  it -with" the utmost indifference.   The.  name is derived from  "Carrig-a-ram-..  hadh" (tbe rock in the road) ou account!,  of the intercepting of tbe salmon. Near  by on the'west side"of,tbe Island Is a  cavern in wbich have been found the  bones of horse, or, deer, sheep, goat,  badger, otter, water rat and-Of several,  kinds of birds. ,       ' ,' - -    ,  Orlfflu   ot Iralfcu.  Italic letters were first used about the  rear 1500 by Aldus-Manntius, a Venetian printer. He observed the many  inconveniences resulting from tbe vast  nnmber of abbreviations which were  then so frequent among the printers  that a book was difficult to understand.  A treatise was actually -written on the  art of reading a printed book and thus  'addressed to the learnfd. By introducing the italic letter he contrived an ex-  pedient by which these abbreviations  might be entirely got rid of and yet  books suffer little increase in bulk. He  dedicated his invention to the Italian  states- hence the name. It has also  been distinguished by the name of the  Inventor and called the Aldine. Tbe  first'book printed in italics was an edition of "Virgil" priuted at Venice by  Aldus in 1501.       ,'  ,     '  rrvot Difficult.  High- Priced ��� Doctor���You , are , no-w  convalescent, and all you need is ex-  erclse You should walk-ten to fifteen  miles a day, sir, but your, walking  should have an- object. ' Patient-All  right, doctor. I'll travel around trying to borrow money to pay your bill.  Trie poisoned. Spring.���As In nature so  In man. pollute the sprlnff and disease  and wnsto are bound to follow ��� tne  stomach and nerves out of kilter meanB  poison In the sprlnir. South American  Nervine Is a great purifier, cures Incll-  jt-ostion, Dyspepsia, nnd tones the nerves.  The best evidence, of Its efllcncy is the  unsolicited, testimony ^of^ thousands or  cured ones.,���76    ." .  Jlino. l)r. Cast, a wealthy I'Venrli  woman bas been kidnapi*ed by , 1��I  Valienio's notorious band of brigands  in Morocco. '��� , J,  Sunlight Soap is better than' other  soaps,, but is best vyhen - used In tho  Sunlight way. .'Buy Sunlight Soup^  anil follow* directions. i r   -  One. of .'tho grcate&t blessings to  parents is Mother Graves', Worm -Exterminator. ' It. effectually '/expels  worms and gives, health in ,a marvel;  lous manner to ,pie lit.tlo" one. * ,*  '�� ^ ~ TT ~      ��� _ '   *-.'' .,  Joseph "J. Hammer, of -Detroit,  wooed (ind woii. ivife-utuiniror two. on  the same;afternoon as,'he wns divorced  from,his "first wife'.   ' -     .   "     ,     . -  THE'ROAD TO'HEALTH.  During   1905;   1S5   persons   over SO  years of age died in the Fens.  He Wore'llie Rol��e.  A story is told of the^ato Dr. Peddle,  a Scotch minister, to whom his congregation, had presented a pulpit robe. He  had never worn a robe, and, after acknowledging the gift, he 'said he -would  wait in the vestry five minute*, after  service to hear any objectors to tbe innovation, Nobody appeared but one,  old lady, ' who, on being asked -what  her objections wore, answered that she  had read the epistles of St. Taul and  could not find any reference to tlie  apostle wearing a-govvn. "What epistle did you read?'' asked the doctor.  "From Itomans to Hebrews," answer-,  ed tlie old lady. "Well, Janet," said  her mruister, "I have read 'from Romans to Hebrew- also, aud I could  never find any reference to the apostlfe  wearing the breoks. What would you  think if you saw, me going into tfiu  pulpit without breeks?" Needless to  say, the old lady departed satisfied  with tho explanation.  U��e'��   HlRliest  Achievement.  It has been said that success consists  hi getting that at which one aims, and  being happy in it. Each one should  bave an ideal of' what Is to be the expression of bis or ber life. If this is attained in some degree such a life may  be called successful. Hence, the successful man or woman is tlie ono who  has succeeded fairly -well in shaping  the actual life in accordance with the  Ideals of life. This,requires a strength  and persistence that call for continual  struggle. It forms the highest achievement of life, lvulwer well says that tho  man who succeeds above his fellows Is  the one who early In life clearly discerns his object aud toward that object habitually directs his powers.���  From "Vital Questions," by Dr. Henry  D. Chapln.  Old   Greciiss Ic'Ii   Vlllntrc.  Of that part of New York city known  as Greenwich village, situated on the  lower west side, the Four Track News  says: Older as a village site than Fort  Amsterdam Itself is that of Greenwich  village. Here, when Hudson steered  the Half Moon through the narrows,  wns the Indian village of Sappokani-  can, On a high and healthy, spot water-',  ed by Bestavar's kill, tlie same Minetta  brook that until late in the last century  ran above ground instead of below as  now across Union and! Washington  squares and Into the Hudson, near'  Houston street.  Amendment 'Rejected.  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Remember that it is only  Dr. Williams Pink Pills that can make  this new. rich, health-giving 'blood.  Imitations and the scf-called ''just as  good'' medicines never cured anyone.  Insist on the genuine with the full  name. "Dr.c, Williams' Pink .Pills foi  Pale People,' on the wrapper on each  box. Sold by all medicine dealers or  by mail at 5Q cents' a box or six' boxes  for ��2.o0 by writing Tho Dr. Williams'  Medicine Co., Brbckvillc, Out.  -jit is a.Liver, Pill.���Many, of the-all-;  nients that man, has to contend wltlis  have their origirriri a disordered- liver,  which-'Is a delicate'organ, -peculiarly  susceptible to'-the disturbances? tha't  come from irregular habits or,lack of  care ,in\eating ;and. drinking. " 'This,  :iccouius -,forvtire, great ^many. liver  regulators/nowpresscd. on the attention of sufferers. Or these' there1 aro  none superior ,to.f Pa'rrneleo's"' V^egfe-  tiible' Pills. *. Their," operation though  gentle Is - effective, and the rfiosl delicate can  use"th'em.  ' ��  7 , v  ^HE cost* of living  ., an "Portant tliinrx  in' most homes. You  may have to figure closely in tiVese matters. \  little extra on a barrel  of flour may look bio to  ���you.      ���      ��� &  But,there is a differ-  'ence between spending  money,wisely and spending it foolishly.  , Sometimes it is economy; to speijd' instead of to'  save;', It is in the case of  Royal Household Flour.  'Those, few,extra cents'  a  week,  that give  y0���  Royal Household Flour  in, preference to inferior,flour,'buy "health.  Nothing!.contributes so-,much to 'the food yem  , eat-as-flour, and therefore nothing should b6 more  'Jcarefully; bought. ,. Pgilvie's.Royal- Household Flour -  is the whitest,, cleanest and/most nutritious flour that's <  ���' J    V-      ��� " '."'',"   mriled/;It is theonly flour  ,/that is absolutely pure.    '  Y ��� Ask', your grocer.  ^Ogilvie' Floor Mills Co., ltd.  ',  -'j     ? ^Montreal.  "Odlvie'i "Book for a Cook"  ^contains-130 paten of cxcollci't  J, recipes, some never nublisrit'lU  'for**.   Your grocer tan lull mil  .    how to K��Ut PKEE. ,        ���    '  .  .   "   ���'" - i,. -'  '.'^7.  ,i.'.i.' :_ ���  ECHAM'S  '���'c     t j^r" '"���**��� %ikt ~,t>'*>''i4ni��'-   v    ���?, r- *>  , Parts of' the. bodies-of -tlie Catholic  missionaries murdered'in China * have  been brought to the p'ope.,  "My 'Kldnftys are all Wrong I- How' shall  I Insure best .results' In the shortest  time?" It' stands to reason that a liquid  'specific ot the ..unquestionable moi-lt of  South 'American, ^Kidney Cure will go  more directly' and quickly to the seat of  'the trouble than ' the ','plll form"-'treat *  ment. and" when It strikes' the'ispot  there's healing In  an instant���78l," ..  A',dozen men' armed 'with /revolvers  entered ii/government distillery "lit'St.'  Petersburg aud-riflad tho safe.    "&  '  ,4  ;,.'- .. f '  ��� t % _b ;. *  Y Y -',  Aiinard's Liniment- Co,, Limited, -.  .Have used,.MINARD'S LINIMENT  for Croup; found nothing to equal it,  sure, cure.    ' '      '    *  ' CHAS.  E.   SHARP,  lia'wkshaw, N. B.,,Scpt. 1st,,1905. . ,  '     *.  The Now Zealand government accounts for the present financial your  will show a surplus of, more than $3,-  500.000.  ' ronton  in^tvitr. i  The use of poison in'war was once  considered not only permissible, but  commendable, and was defended by-  no less an- authority*, than Wolff.  There are reported Instances of wells,  springs, ponds and streams being poisoned as a military measure. Even In  our time Instances are numerous of tbe  intentional defilement of drinking water supplies by throwing the bodies of  animals into the stream or pond.  A   ItiiMsIan   Tilt*lie.  A variety of the thistle grows in Hus-  sla to such a size thai it similes the  huts of the peasantry. It** flower*, are  said to he nearly six Inchos across  CrniiljH'rrli"..  "Uuy thorn by lhe barrel ami use  them every day," Is what is si.Id of  cranberries by a woman who lias made  a study of health and food vniui's.  They arc considered more hciillhrtil  than any other fruit known.  Nllrale   of  Slh er.  The basis of most indelible Inks Is the  ordinary nitrate of silver.  A Good .Toll.  If you could get a cent for the first  day's work from your employer and  have that amount doubled every di.y (2  cents for Uie second day,,������l. far the  third, etc.), you .Svoiild-, be roceiring  $5,000,000: pot- day/at the'end of the  first month!        *' -.������'���'.- .,; :'.  .- -Tlie'Wlille I.oIiin. |     ���-. ���  The ptr.-e vv'liito lotus is the royal (lower of Slam and is always borne herrore  the king in state processions. For a  subject' to carry one or have one carried before him is high treason.  Ariliunl   SlonnicliH.  In general animals feeding-on'a! vegetable diet have a complex stomach;  those which use nnimal diet have simple stonniclis. There are, however,  notable exceptions to this rule. The  dolphin has a multiple stomach and yet  is carnivorous',, while the horse has a  simple stomach and yet feeds on the  - same diet.as the cow. 7  ./linard.'s Liniment Relieves Neuralgia'  DruKKt-tt*   nnd   Tforrosvifif*;.  %  New York druggisis nre frequent borrowers. Only tl*-'' most complete pliar-,  m'acies are constantly supplied with nil  the drugs required in compounding  medicines. When a druggist is asked to  fill a short notice prescription., calling  for some .drug that he does not happen  to havdTon hand, ho does not take time  to telephone to a -^ desale house for  the missing ingi "out, but sends  around to the nearest drug storev and  tries to borrow it. It is a peculiar feature of the situation that druggists seldom buy anything outright from 'each  other. .They merely borrow, then, after  having replenished their stock from the  wholesale houses they pay hack the  loan  Yare-the be&'remedy/for a deranged stomach." ',(,They^ are a'safeinV  ' /grentlel'laxativej'-a, reliable ricure '.fOr^obstinate' Conitipation, Biliom  (Attack's, ,Sick\Hea'dache.indJ all ",dit6rdcrs"ar,i��ingifefrom a -vtilr, Di-  .c gestioni'lsluggish��� Liver *'of'���cldggcdr*Bow)els!YBeecham's Pills  r...-. w   ,        -,-.'-.' 'vj'.v.-.t';^'.',.'    .   ..-*,,'   l...^w-^^.    ?rt*,~ ~*^   - ** *���  ��uiclcYRelief -  'rand are ,a> w6rld-famqus/medjdrie_ for-the^ cure of tliijse prevalent  i'i comp3aints.*-;/^.Their!. cpst!~isj'a''ntrine;^theif1 use���a'duty. For your  o healfh's-sak'e.-j'insist on Beecham's >PiIls.*->. They do more for your  7bo'dy 'tha'ri'*'any .otKer- remedy^yKnownri��nd use'd.by hundreds of  (thousands all over*.therglobeY y'v'''*,"-n   ,  .-,. ' ' . Pr��p��re<J dnly.by'Thomsi B������h��m,^St. Helens, Lantasblre, Borland,  '   Sold by all DrucgUti In Cans'da and.U. S.1 America.'    la bsaas 25 cents. -  .   *Jl i-W/^a^^vJt'>J-J  ~ "~^-,4'  ,Pi\lls for crossness?, Certainly.   They remove the cause  --^-"the^-cfossr.ess vanishes.   A-sluggish liver'poisons  LJtttOS'S/ti** blood,' spoils tbertemper.' ���Keep your liver aco��  ';^"^ ',, , ' jyt' and'your'bo'wels Vegular. - Have a.clear brain, a bn.e  rmCC% ���#Y"!#" heart, a'h'opeful outlook'. One of, Ayer's,Pills at bedtime.  ��  ���   ���   MM-''    .".#.*�� ii l_i..t,i'i"'";c..;.^.^n..��H      5nlci for RO veins.  "'"W^v  -1 -f',     i �� .heart, a^nopeii  - /J *./ /-Y -i/l-All vegeuble"."- Sugar-coated. Sold for 60 years  f-l/lS! /TWtUTt����ieenu!*Wt-sMUsi_-     \ ,                    . J.C.A,r.��,  _%., ,  I Mr 9r,\J��*. T(h�� lf��la�� ��l all ~r mti\ama. ���   '���'  *        '       L I""'.  ���-It* r  Grand Prize Compefitioif.  A FOUR-YEAR UNIVERSITY COURSE,-'  t. A 'TRlP'lABbuHDTJHE;niWOBip,*1  :or |,��i,'ooc)j!' (iij|c o'lo  Y7^c'A.'roholi��^o!r;,',whl^'y��,o'lter<lo   lh��   IbSItUoiI   ��  r ^tBB^BfiS^MAN'-S- MAGAZINE  ��.   -?'_*'.-* ^ "j' <);*-".'?;'*V.-f��* y, . "*'  'a'       *  writing to his (rleniU.      . -*���      *~ ,'        *���     '-     '-'    *',       ._.."-, ", ���.��..-  , / -nrE Btrrsy-MAN-s MAGAZINE I. th. b��lgI >f��J��^J^WUor $Z���"�� bIZv*  Ssisd [^.Ul' (or i��rtlf.alttni ot com^tltion to o��r nu��rih.l offlw.    00 IT HOW.   Il r��sj ="  >rlou< oh*n(t> In your cn.re��r.      J *  . clorl.  THE MACLEAN PUBLISHING CO: LIMITED,  ���   MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINNIPEC)r0R LONDON, ENC.  I',  '    .STEADY   WORK.  S4-   to "$15   por   wook ,oarnsd.  Men.  and,-women    wanted.* to   work   ont  Rapid Hosikbt MaOiijxb at their horn,  maklnv lionlerj for na to sell the trada.  prevloas oz-panonce neoo.sarr.   Dlstanoa.  hln.lrance. -Wrlta at  ones., Oaxadujs  siikt MAOHtKS CO.. Toronto. Oanada.^  "Weak  Lungs"    "Psychine"  has restored  thousands of people to buoyant  health and strenffth whose condition had been regarded as hopeless.  It is at once a tonic and flesh  builder, containing- remarkable  properties as a blood purifier and  germicide. It will strengthen  and heal the weak lung-s, force out  the phlegm, and drive away thc  cough, no matter of how long  standing. "Psychine" tones up  the whole system and drives out  disease, heals the decayed tissue  and restores lost energy. Its use  daily will prevent and ward off that '  most  subtle disease , consumption. ,  ,1    A   Doer'H' Ymvn.  1 Did ayou ever see a dog gape? For  thoroughness and entire absence of af,  fectiitio'ii and mock shamefaceditess  there is nothing like It. When'lie gapes  he doesn't screw, his' face Into till sorts  of unnatural shapes in an endeavor to  keep his mouth shut ,vvith his jaws  wide* .open. ��� Neither 'does he put his  !paw up lo his face in an apologetic  way while griping in umbush, as it  wpre. No._ -"When he-gapes' he Is perfectly willing Hint, thoj whole world  shall come to the show. lie braces  himself firmly on hlsjore feel, stretches  out his neck, depresses his head, and  his ja^vs open with graceful moderation. At lirst It Is but tin exaggerated  grin, but when the gape is apparently  accomplished the dog turns out1 his  elbows, opens his jaws another forty-  five degrees, swallows nn 'Imaginary  bone by a sudden and convulsive move-,  ment, curls up his tongue like the petal  of*,n.tiger lily and shuts hin jaw**,!together with n snap. Then he assumes  a grave nnd cnnlcutcil visage, us Is  eminently becoming to one who has  performed a duty successfully and conscientiously  Attaolied to n���  Garmont li ��  '        Guarnntoo   or     ,  GOOD   WATERIAL  GO0D WORK.       ���  -   and Good Wear ng Qua  j-triAitrin*-       .,���.,io  GOOD  WORKMANSHIP^   .  Whori Buying OVERALLS,  PANTS, VESTS, SM0C��.  or   WORKINGMEN'9 8Hlfi"j  Sea  lhat  oooh nrtlolo bears ��� -  label llkn abovo  Inalat on Gottlng J  "King of th�� Road" Branl  And T��k�� no Qlh-f  EVERYGARMENTGUAFMNTg I  GREATEST OF ALL TONICS  (PIION0UNCEP SJrKEEN)  ALL DRUCCISTS���ONE 00LUR���FREE TRIAL  OR. T. A. SLOCUM, Limited  17BJ Kins; St. W.        Toronto, Canadst.  AntliiiuonNNiirH  W����r<*   Ailn.  "This is an aritiinncassar," said an  antiquary. "It is a hundred years old  and very valuable on account of the  quaint designs.of its embroidery. Some  day I shall sell It to a millionaire. Yes,  some day this iintiihacassnr will adorn  a millionaire's parlor, figuring there as  .an antique object of art, and that will'  be as tbough a spittoon of today should  figure' as an; object of art.In some ,aes-'  thetie lady's drawing room in 3000."  He laid the antimacassar, ri lvlnd of  tidy, In a sandalwood box. Then he  went on:  '���The.word's derivation shows the  thing's use ���antl, against; macassar,  hair oil. The antimacassar was spread  oni chair backs to protect them from  the oil in people's hair. Everybody  used Rowland's macassar oil on his  locks in those days. The name given  to the tidy, or chair shield, was a free  advertisement for ' Rowland ��� as excellent as;it was unjque."  FOR  Over a Quarter of a Century  we  havo successfully tiontoil n^-'  diseases caused by Drink mm *��� ��.,  500,000   cures   la   om   ,'e('< ,'i i-e ti1  speak    truly    and  say ^-���['-^ }{.  obtain   a  cure  by  the  Keeley,n. not  ment Is a failure of the nun aw  our  methods.    Send   for  f��rIS-  Address In confidence  THE KEELEY CURE  133 Osborne  Si., Winnipeg-  No 577  There i-vno ��.tiaf��ct.on kgj  thesn being dry ��nd c��^fl%.  wh*n outVin th�� hardest^torm  "ABE smt^_lf  MACriOf*"*���������  109 OH5AU- EVB  aiwits*  TOWER CANADIAN   CO.  TORONTO, CANADA-  UIMITEO'  ......-��*  ' i:'j^.'r����^>^i*ii>JS-%-.'i-|f'.-  ^'''''-r'r?'^>'^'!^fi'"^>*-^;^^fi^^^^7i^^^'.*pj^ THE LEADER/MOYIE, BRITISH COLUMBIA  ..��..> ,,�����.��-���.p"*.1"'��"�����"���  WESTERN CANADIAN ED1T0BS  A Series of Article* Defining  their Lives, their Alms  and their Influence.  50  Dear Mother  W. GARLAND  FOSTErt  .���-.��������-���  Your little ones ere a'constant care ia  Fall and Winter weather. They will  catch cold. Do you know about Saitoh's  Consumption Cure, the Lung Tonic, and  what ft has done for to many ? It is said  to be (lie only leliable remedy for all  diseases of the air passages in children.  It 16 absolutely liarruless and pleasant to  take. Il is guaranteed to cure or your money  is returned. The price is 25c. per bottle,  and all dealers in medicine sell 314  vSHILOH  This remedy should be in every household.  Q. T, P. PACIFIC CITY.  ���of Ireland stock, and from them Mr.  Foster inherited the business hard-  headedness and shrewdness,���aiid 11I&.0  the quick resourcefulness arid saving  sense of humor characteristic of the  Ijlster'''lri8h. On leaving'school Mr.  Foster entered .the lumber, business  in Ottawa, "and stayed-therein for iwo  years,' until" 1S9G. , But lumbering  was not'hi&_spheif*. In that year he  decided -to~"c"onie .west, , and spent until ' December,' 1897, -at Portage. In  Prairie, the'(own in which he is now  .managing, editor. He then /returned  east, .and receiving .an offer ,to join  the staff of. the Ottawa. Free Press as  a reporter, he accepted it,- and'at once  found himself in an environment to  his entire liking. He "bad-orientated  , himself, and -found' a- vocation in  which- his natural aptitudes .would re  ceive room for freest play nnd expansion. 'After,, three years' work on the  1 Free Press, he again came, west, this  time to accept'a., position on the Win'  nipeg Telegram, and ,011 this paper lie  "made a brilliant record, filling In ,sue  gjnor    ---.   , -,.-���.        cession almost, ovfjry   position rfrom  lT���.,rniilism is unique among all UioIflr0.and��police*-'reporter.up to that of.  f Sons ��or''*6ie rapidity .with managing editor.., He was by turns  &ofesslons    ior   ,tu��        1 financial - reporter,    dramatic    critic,  Ihlch reI,utat^fnnarbC^owed on the 'special feature writer, telegraph and  ianllul recognition J^W^sIot'" In'Sty editor, editorial ��� writer and, edit*.  Brilliant.   It   Is   'the,-' p��\���*? .��' as    r-.Mr  -Foster has a natural, ihclitf,  I'"?1 "^.ffi'SiSffi^ Lion'torpoH^.'It-has sometimes  bucli, and more, as Ira ning., ,,��*<     , )g a  Conserrallve  -he principles and the   p,olic> , of   .nir  -'         ....^'     ��h.^.<   '    In n .cdrm    Jtn.l  Connection ,With Past Canada In Chosen Name of Terminua.  What had the dashing young- cavalry  leader   ot   ihe   cavaliers   nearly   three  hundred years ago to do with Canada?  Prince Rupert was really the first British   Canadian   business   magnate.     He  was a promoter of the Hudson Bay Co.,  and its first governor, in 1670.   In that  year Charles If. granted a charter to  the prince and seventeen other noble-  i men and gentlemen, Incorporating: them  1 as "The Governor arid Company of Aet-  venturers    of    England,    trading   into  Hudson   Bay,"   and, securing   to   them  "the  sole  trade  and   commerce of  ah  GIVES TWO REAL  GOOD REASONS  lltor  W. GARLAND FOSTER.  Reviev*/,   Portage Ha   Prairie.  FOR   BELIEVING   DODD'S    KIDNEY  PILLS CURE ALL KIDNEY  AILMENTS.  Cured   His   Backache   of  Twenty-Five  ..Years' Standing and Satisfied Everyone   He  Recommended' Them to.  Economv   Point,' X.  S., March   1  (Special).���Ceorge   8.   McLaughlin, of  his place, gives two splendid reasons  or, his belief that Dodd's Kidney I'ills  .re the  one remedy  for - Kidney   ailments    Here are the  two reasons in  thoso seas-and   straits,   bays,   rivers, .his own words:  1.  lakes, crocks and sounds In whatever "I van^ronb\^^hUm^tMlor  latitude they shall be. that lie, within' 25 -years ��r "Jf.���- ���mt^��'"v��lMn  the'entrance to the'-straits-commonly ere that J <��^ rat turn '^Piiis  called Hudson .Straits, together with Deil. One box- al: Dod *s ^"^ ���Bf  all the lands.and territories upon 'the (cured me jam11 have had no return or  countrle-s, coasts and confines of .the the trouble *���\l" . . D d,,. K,d.  ^S. bays, etc., aforesaid, that were M are ��f0"���^ JSEi 1JS,  not  already actually   possessed  by  or     f J   nn*. W  in �� , ^^  Sf by   _%_^?T!Z?��& I^A^have   been    benefitted or  ,^!om^?^e^ou^\h^^t; J^tofl&S rroni^ckS  ed. which -was to bo known as Ruperts all K,g pu-else 1 ut they absolute-  Land were made'on James Bay and at to Wiyi .* J - 'ih'es wJierf:  'Churchill and  Hoyle's River. *>   cu,c   TIU-'"'  SHIPS THAT VANISH.  -Prince Rupert.was b'orn in 1C19, the  son -of If'rciiertck V., eterctor-palatino  and Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Jamos  I.'of England. He was a man'-of impetuous bravery, but at the,- same lime,  /Allowed, lack'of caution. When only 13  years old he took part in the siege of  RhelmbcrsT, and at ihe age of 18 commanded a regiment of cavalry in active service. At the' beginning Of the  civil war in, England he,was placed at  tho head of a.'regiment of horse,and  took part in several battles. ^Notwithstanding-  a serious   errbr  at  Marston  one  or   two   boxes   relieve ..it  more to make, a complete cure.  1 Got  Their  Share. (  An Interesting and amusing story. J?  told of thela.te President Kruger It  seems that some years ago he presented; on behalf of .the'Transvaal .Republic a piece of land amounting 'to an  erf for the, building of a Dutch ^Reformed Church. Some time afterwards  he was approached by an influential  Jew,  who. tendered   a'similar  request  standing  a  serious   error  at  jiiarsLou | jevv,  wnv > i<="��*"**"   ���  "   '    -  *,,  _  Moor,* he   was   soon   appointed com-] on behalf of the Jewish congregation  ���,����-i����. kr ���-,���.- 1 hi* mv��i ttvinrm.    After    Tho President nromised to consider tn<  Tales   of   Vessels   that   Never  Reach  Their Destination.  There aro few things  which are  so  lull of mvsterr or which make suc-n a  powwful api*��l to the imagination  as  the stories oi  ships that Sail  gallantl.v  out to sea and ol which nothing is cm  heard  or  seen 'alter their  masts have  dinned  below th�� hoiizon.   At pieserit  the papers are  full ol  the    recorus  of  mem to these  inaiine  tragedie*-.    lo-day  it   1*  S    March     ���)-   the Claveidale,, which Mt J.ui.g Kong  h.,  .iiarcn ^ v,adlvoslockj _u_ ���f ���hKh no trac  Jus liw'-ri lound; yesterday it was the  Royalist, which cleared lrom f*>iiigapoi<.<  to "iJong Kong and nevei reached her  destination , the day before it wa** the  Idum, lrom Norway, which vanished  iron/human view, and so on. tlnougl,  and disappcaied.' -  What aic the sec ret ft ol these, mys-  terioiiH vaiiishings of stately ship-* vvitl  theii crewb arid c/irghes.? In niucti-cu  eases out of twei't.v the secnA*. lie with  the ships-many fathoms deep, and will,  perli-ip*-, never come to light. To tlii*  day no one knows what became oi tin  City oi' Glasgow, which' nut her sails  ���,0' "allaitlv in the'Mersey hall a (,-eii-  ttiry ago, 'bound'for 'Philadelphia, nor  was -.he seen again altoi the lulls oi  Wales were' lost to view.  The Ben-ie Castle lcit England some  IveAis ;\_o 011 a long voyage to Australia. She .should have made a final  call at'Plymouth, but she never caini  within sight of the Hoe, nor has| hu  ma ml eye eviii seen, her lrom the' dav  she dropped down the clianne ., It war-  on--May, 10, 1851, that- the Lady -V<-  ��ent ,spi'ead ber sails'at .Madras with  3G7 of the Madras Light Infantry and  other passengers aboard: Her destin;  Uion wasatangoon, but half a century  has gone arid neither -Rangoon notvanj  ���ether port has sighted her. . ,   .  ���Ncarlv two years later the Collins  liner Pacific dropped don-^tho^lerMj  with  ISO souls aboard         "  WE GUARANTEE  Ceylon ftaiural GREEN Tea to be the  ^PUREST and MOST DELICIOUS in the  World.  Lead     Packets    Only,     40c,    50c,   and     60c.     per     rb.   At   all    Grocers.  Highest Award  at St. Louis 1904. .   takes i  Hanging  By A  Mere Hair.-  Talking  ol   the  wit' ot   the  Princes.*  Pauline Metternich. once the chief ornament oi  Hie tiiiidfX.ipoIeon_'s comt,  the Marfj   iso de Konteuoy writes:  As an instance I may lecall her delicate retort to old Mrs. John Jay .**  son-in-law, Geiteral Von Schwoidnita.  when he was Ambassador to the Austrian ,Oonrt. One night, when seated  next'to him al dinner, *.he veved 1 lie  gencial bv her somewliat unkind comparison between French and German  notions with regard to wit. "There is  nothing," she declared ''that .the  Flench are not able to turn into  some  grsceiul "wittieisjn." >  "Take this, Princess," exclaimed the  n-eneral, lian'ding her a .single white  hair from his head; \'l��� defy ypu to  get .your Freneli friends to make any  Wittv co.itrivaiice out of this." .   >  Princess Metternich    took the hair,  tuid on  the following    day  sent it off  ,to  Bouclieron,  tlie  iarnous, jeweller  in  Paris,     with    an    explanatory    note.  ���11 inu" iu-���.--.   Throe  weceks ' later   she     iuv-ited -the  She    * as ac- goncral to   ,dinn'or   and be    found on  Ky-oS -business eor-'professton  BecessaryHo fit- any- man for,, its exer-  lise'S;-,after' an arts 'course^t; a  Eniversltyl'-and^a three pr four,yea��:  additional   course. at'_ a .rnedipal _ coi  Ce   a law school,' orya,- theologlca}  E narv   lt? often ..takes' many" other,  Cry year? &->aitliwtWo Ability  Eecognized, a'reputation firmly  ea-  liablished; aiurthe ^ material'-'rewards  laccruing.therefrom, are reached ., For  Ithd many,r this coStly;perIod  oI ������pre-  f.,<iritionvis  the- precursor;���tof,i i,.v^y  fc* derate ??^come7'' Wm'ine ability  Idevoted to"other directions iwouid-ot-  jljen  prove  a   betterSfitfancial -'invest-  1 "success"Jri newspapqr.'Vork.. on the  r other hand, dependsjmpre on a^a"^  [aptitude and insigheitlian'on.-tralning  t-iihouglV of course,-,training Ma1 -nec-  I wary to success^in tlils.'.as-in.alPoth-  er .successful ..activities.   Bul.no amount ot. training ,can-supersede,'aptitude,  Newspaper, success,, depgnds, on  brahis, -abilitjyanir brilliancy,- .iThese  given, the .training Is not unnecessary,  but   unconscious.;rAn  ounce  of   tactful common sense, is worth .as .much  ' to   the' young - beginner, asr/a ton of  ���Thou' snails", and "Thou 'shalt^nots.;,  L Tact and common sense wonV. do much  Lto holp/a divinity student top grind up  I"-exercises,' or a law .student to absorb  Milrisnrudence,'.or a  medical  student  r to '-pass -in anatomy-fthat .must fbe, a-  Ichleved  by  dogged ��� "plugging^ . and  Thard work���but1'in the" world of- news-  Snaners  It is  the  supreme  equipment,  land thc-ycub'!.   reporter'���;'mays;have,  rwhile the chief-lacks;it.*,'If;the.'fcub -  I reporter" hasluthese;?qualiUes,v with'.a  r-Vnose" for  news", -a.-7goocUvocabulary,  ���-'some    toucb   ,of -Imagination .���and\a  i-pleasing ad'dress'and-presence, be'has  f a first ratdl'equlprnent Jor starttag'-in-  to  journalism,,, and -having  only; the  most essential'oMhese.vit.  is yrkqly  that in good ' time 1',all    tliese.  other  things shalUbe-added,unto'him.  .If a  newcomer possess," this 'natural equipment, *- the - newspaper  beckons him,  and his promotion will be ,sure.   In a  few weeks or month's be will be tackling important "assignments, be   bearing heavy,responsiblllties,v the   efficient discharge of which will only ensure 'him harder work, but increased  reward.   -Trained   intelligence   is   the  outstanding requirement of the uews-  , paper man, aud the intelligence given  "the training comes of itself.  Examples- of the rapidity with  which a youth with the necessary aptitudes and qualifications * will -forge  to the front of the tnewpaper profes-  ��� sion will readily occur to-, everyone  I with any knowledge Of or experience  therein. Cases have, been known in  which a young fellow.' within five  years of tho time be set'his foot on  the lowest rung of   the   ladder,  .has ���  Aioor.fi.ne    was   soon   appointed  w.-    on   oena..  ^j-   ������"'= -      7;      ... --. ,    ir-, 1       1, ,\      sim    was  ac-1 ii��..ra��.   ��*���   .��� ��  ----������ ,.   _  niander.of air the royal troops.   Alter   The President promised to con./der th* with  ISO .sonIs 8b~��d-    *��\n   ^ilt--] hi,, plate a tiny velvet box     On-oiion-  the defeats Naseby.'on-June 14, 1645,*! request, and soon afterward* *�����"���- counted wc of the sto ^-^ ������ .       ;t ,)0 fo    d a pendant  formed  by  ... '..,_._'..  x*.^...,. *,...  > .^.i^r-r.H , ���.i   .ui   ho iimri   c-ranted  it.    A   Utile f,qt vessels ot   her    tine,  aim    *>", tl",. :������.���n���,     rnm-nspntiLtion    ol    the  tne aerear.,01. twmovy. uu-ouiie ��, Jt,"1*" �� jc-h*.<��>.. t"-" ���  .i..i��  he'retired-to  Bristol.' but surrendered'-ed   that   ha'ltad   granted  it.    A   Utile  ... _~     ....     *���-.  x.  ......   t_ *���   v, a...a-.,,,,,   ho   wnji   waiter?  that city on Aug. 22.   The King there  upon deprived-htn of" his commission.  lnl6*4S h<?was, for want of any, com-  -while hater,,-however, he was waited  on by a1 Jewish' friend, who complained that'thet-piece of land they hiid're  '������ons'ervative' .party ' is �� as- firm  and  ���eep-s'eated as'any,-belief-can possibly  7e, -i.When" such- devotion, to a���eau.*o  or party''Is coupled, as1 rn Mr. Foster s  case;.'-with-   unUriug   .ndusrrv ... and  much'more than average* ability, It^l*.  mall ��� surprise ,that;'speedy.  recognition -cllmerjfrom the- h'eads -of the. par-  tyr-that ^profited by his  services/   Of  allsthe .journalists .whose"  pens    and  "rains "'are'"'iisupportIng.'.the ' present  "ocal-.-governments of iManitoba,,.,it is  ' ery-questionable If "there'is' one with^  -uch claims to_ party' gratitude as Mr.  ' osfer cam-ativance; ,���wore  ,he one, 0)  hat.-'niiineroiis-r;ciass''that.' give ,- ser-.  ���ice''in 'direct  proportion - to benefits  .'eceived.-4 Thit'iMr.' Foster As' neithe:  '-:   time, ^iior'a'Place-5?er.ver,'and  the  "ckriow'ledged service ,to the party; he  upports.has   been, the., result ���of  per-  onai; conviction;   " "-    ���^   "'-    '    J  AM)urlng7-hIs" stay;.in.:\Wiiinipeg Mr.  -oster was-one orf, the1 moving spirits  f   the    Young    Men's ^-Conservat'rve  .* lub, -ln,iwhicli institution, he, has held  n'succession almost* every office In lis  -ift <���  He has ' proved 'himself,'" too,, an  rgaiiizerrof xnorc'thanavera^a ability, his ;"influence -,<in r enlisting    the  young Wen to the'support,, of the Conservative -.'party having'ia'-marked .'and  ���"acknowledged,'effect->i' th'e 'success 'of  the- present",provincial government. (in  he three*-'-Winnipeg -constituencies. , *  'PersiSuallv, Mr. Foster Jis the ,incur  nation ��� of<.E diffidence,,;aridi > modesty  He' l!iasu none'"' of the * arts Jo�� -'the - dem-  goguesr     Quiet .--efficiency  andt',effec  -'ivenessVare theVkcfynotej' gf-his .character.-'* He," is as^popular-'-as'the^is un*  assuming,'" and 'has'** troops  ot. friends,  both without''aiid^within the" circle-ol  hisynolltlcal  ��� afflliations.       On.-.Mns  leaving,-Winnipeg-at Alio..beginliing of  the-present   year, ��,he .rcceiveil (muny  testimonials -of respect   -and ��� esteem  from'his-fellow-corkers  on the   Tele,  gram "and the-various political   institutions with whicli'he was connected  His  last-fortnight  in  the city was a  nightly/'repetition, of,  complimentary  anquet's and  presentations.  ' The beginning of 1906 saw Mr. Fos  er, assume "the editorship  of the Re  "iew,  the-oldest established   Portage,  a Prairie newspaper, - and  his return  o the town in which he first located  in the* west '   The Review is one ol  he oldest newspapers   in     Manitoba,  though' for. the past few years it, has  been    known    as , the ' News.      1 he  transfer" ot Mr/,Foster1 to the  paper,  will    mark    a new era in-its history,  being   but  one  of the signs that thc  whole-  institution    has    undergone a  complete  re-organizatton.  '   It   is  the  intention  of the new, management to  convert -the" Review,  winch is  now  a  semi-weekly, into a daily, and as soon  a*i * the . machinery    now on order is  the lowest rung of   the   ladder,    has n;',,.,   the change will-  be    made  climbed clear'to the top, and attained SS,f10wu,V   Mr. Foster-Jtf   the  the high position    and heavy. rcspons-lASSOClaie(l ...  In-1648 hffwas, ror want or any, com-,[ ea ma.i TJiq-jjic*-*- u* .���������� �����v -  petent/man, appolnted'to command -the , ceived '.waa only -,half. th**' *���?* ��\  nee'tYKe-was blockaded by Blake iri , -that given 'for ,���the ��� .Dutch Reformed  KImale Harbor, and In .Oetober. 1*49,} Church. "We\Vy retorted Kru^r  .forced. His way -out and-steered - for --what .fault have .you to find? They  Lisbon." Blake pu'rsued^im"and he was .believe the whole, Bib.e ����� "ey'Se-  only sived-by assistance from th'e Kins -��an,erf; ,.j;ou believe' only half the Blbie  .--L.   .       C,���   _._,._.^..._-.,.. .^ .,.   and you'get half an erf."���Natal Mer-  of.Mr. William  Garland  Foster   until       '    an(, Mauitoba   journalism    can  recently  the  managing .editor ol  the ��� benefitted   by  the  return  Winnipeg Telegram, and now the  ed-. k    of one of  Rs most cap  itor of the Portage la Prairie >��ew8.l w workers, aided by a confrere of  Mr. Foster had no .hereditary pre-, h abilRv as hls now associate qd  dllections towards - newspaper life or Jtor ' Together <hcv will make a  work. His boyhood career differed ^ th.u shou]rt el"is���re the success  no whit from that of thousands of,of thoir jo(n(. venUlI-e> nnd add anoth  other young Canadians. He was born , a    ^.^ q�� succossfui  Manitoba  'a farm   at Bell's corners,  and  *���*'-.lalUes  on    ���   ... ..      his early years went with .other  country lads of tho district to the  rural schools, of Carleton county, and  later to the Ottawa colleglato institute. Though both his parents were  Canadian  born,, they  came  of  North  For Coughs  and Colds  There is a remedy over sixty-  years old ��� Ayer's Cherry  Pectoral. Of course ypu have  heard of it,probably have used  it. Once in the family, it stays;  the one household remedy for  coughs and hard colds on the  'chest. Askyourdoctoraboutit.  "I tiara hnd pneumonia three times, and  Ayor's Cherry Pectoral has broiiKbt me safely,  tlironith each timo. I hare lust rocorerea  from my last Attack., aged sixty-seven. No  wonder I pralso it." ��� E. V. HlOOlKB, Storons  Point. WU.  'dallies.  The   Hiitish  stoiinier  Colno  ci! off the Dutch coa-t.  lonniior-  Kili" Curios and Queen Amelie weie  received in Mndiid with great ac  claim.  ,'pf'Portugal. !He subsequently escaped  to the West Indies, but after.the res--  'toratio'n of "Charles IV he'Was'made a  privy councillor, and served.under the  D'uke-of York against the Dutch.^rHe,  was afterwards governor, of Windsor  Castle} -where, during the "- last nine  years-of his life'he devoted-himself to  scientific and! artls(tlc .'pursuits.'- He'  died Nov. 29, 16S2. , . , .  ���,���1        * * *���        f ^  ��� how'canada���ge'ts itsVtime.  *   C"   ���    .   r      ..   '     f' _   /.  Paper Read by.Mr. R~. M. Stewart Ba-  '   fore.Astronomical 'Society.       ,  " At a! meeting of the'Toronto Astron-'  omlcal  Society recently the paper for  the evening -was '.'Tlie Time Service of  tho Dominion Observatory, at Ottawa,"  by Mr.-1*7 Meldrum Stewart, M. A., who,  (s In charge of the' service. ' Everyone,  from, the .railway management  to ,r.he  "man on tho "��'txeet, ultimately dependent  , on some observatory clock. The method  of ^determining the time^ from'the stars  was  explained andjalso' the" essentials  'of'avgood cloclY The ultimate standard-  at-.the. Observatory  is' one   made -by'  Riefler, of Munich.   It has a nickel-steel1  -pendulum, is sealed up-in" a glass case,  fa.stened to a pillar &n-Its own pier in  a basement Toom^automaticahy regulating.Its temperature, and it winds itself up electrically every' half 'minute..  , It ,keeps .time with   the-stars,  ajid'is  ��� called"a1 sidereal rclock. The -chief rriean-  ^timeY1001*-!' which, keeps ordinary timo,  was"als'o,made by .Riefle'r,' and is mounted'like tho other.    Its time is, checked'  dally-- by comparison- with'" the^sidereal  clock. -By electrloa.1 - means -this  clock  controls a clock irieaclvof the'Government,buildings, and those again actuate  dials placed in ea'ch of tho roomsvFour  "Insulated'wires run from the Observatory .to the city for this purpose.     At  present there are 42 dials in the'Parliament building, 60 in the West Block  and 48 in the L'aneevin Block.    Those  with a few others make upr>a total of  214 dials."  . Since the first of December last a  timebail has been' dropped every noon  on Parliament Hill, controlled automatically "*frbm thc Observatory, and slnco,  the Newjear the time has been'given  daily to ''the . G. N., W. Telegraph Co.  The entire service Is controlled from  tho Observatory. It .is kept In a high  state of efficiency. '      ���'  Miss B. A. Dent grave the,first of a  series of lessons on "How t.o Find the  Stars." Dr. Marsh of Hamilton, distributed a number o�� photographs of  the,eclipsed moon, taken by himself.  . Increasing  the  Stock. ,  Some years ago,a husband and wife  ran a freak show in a. certain Canadian town. Unfortunately they Quar-'  relied, and the exhibits were equally  divided between them.  /The wife decided to continue business as an exhibitor at the old address;,  but the husband went on tour. After  some years' wandering, the prodigal  returned, and a reconciliation *look  place, as the result of which they became partners once more. ,,  A few mornings afterwards the people of the neighborhood were sent Into  fits of laughter on reading the following notice In the papers: "By the return of my husband, my stock of  freaks    has    been    permanently     In-.  creasait."      ���   Piilae��-  oC  lhe Klissra.  The pnlace of the .kings, Babylon,  was 700 yards square and had walls  eight feet thick.  cury., "  '' ",TheVOld   Age,, Question. ..   ,  'An erect old gentleman, whose hah  was'i fast turning . silver. - entered , s  crowded streetcar. He -was obvious-  -ly'prou'd of his years and'carried himself'well. As he grasped a'-strap a fus..  sy,,fidgety ,woman immediately ros<;  and ottered' the -elderly- gentleman . hei  seat.'   He declined -with the remark:".-  "No,- I  thank you.  I  couldn'-t  thinli  ' of'accepting a'seat, from you."  "Oh,,I.always,give up,my seat "to as  old gentleman,"'said .she    ",    .  "Madam,''  replied   the man, without  ��� any  effort  to   tiid��   his' Hustratiori; ',')'  very much doubt the disparity betweei  our ages."    f r1 ���' , ' *'  ' The wtomari left" the , car "at TJnlor  street. The'old'genWeman remaines  standing.���Manchester Union.    ,   ^     ;   rr r���_ . ^ .<      -i.  * Tested.bv-Time.���In his justly cele-  brated''*Pii.s Dr. Parmelee , has given  to the 'world one of the -most unique  medicines offered to the public In late  vears.- Prepared f0t.o' meet yhe want  "or a pill- which" could be' faken without - nausea,", and than'' would-purge  without, pain, it has met all requirements ,'iu ".that direction,, and ,it, is in,  general-use not, only because of these  two qualifies',-but,', because it-is known  'to pos'sess alterative, and " curative'  powers 'which > place Mt'inr the 'front  rank "of'.medicines.        "   -      '���''-'   .',  ��,   t u.1    ' - o'      v.  7 CanadaV minora I produqt ion ���during  MOo'.aggregated over $68,500,000. as  compared with' $60,073,897'lor-" thc  previous year. - ,.      '      >,  L.    March" passed, -and     Liverpool-  'nothing  of her.   . The long  delaj,  ,er .arrival paused/1 great   'anxiety,  the wildest, rumors -began  to   be  Minard's   Liniment   Cures   Dandruff.  est vessels of her tune, and so, no  doubt, she was. But ���Ae.went --���������  the Cit-y of Glasgow had gone a ��J o  of vears - earlier, and for . Jorty-ninc  yeaVs lias been lying at the bottom ol,  the so1*,.'but where , none.'mas 1 know,  until all seciets are levealed. , ine  trading vessel Atlanta started a quarter oi'?a century ago ioi a *hort cru.se  in Befmudnri waters,5 and iron that  dav to'this no, one knows what, became  oi'her and the 200 souls she earned  -On January 20, 1870 'the City of  Boston sailed- from Hahiax . or li.ng-  la'nd with .191 souls on board. She �� as  <an Irulion liner, a fine ��h��p.' splendidly equipped and handled^-but'sbe, .00  was dettii-iod to vanibli from the face  of the waters.-   -   ' -      ;Li���,v  The victim oi another ocean rny&teij  was. expected at Liverpool  m    Maicti,  1S31.'    iMarch   passed, -and ^LiverpMl  saw  in he  cimruiiedY On"' April' 13 nevvs came  that her engines and rudder, bad been  disabled iri heavy weather and-that  stie bad put into'Madeira lor repaiin.  There natiirally ������followed a reaction  from gloooniv iorobocUngs to transports  of..joy. Tlie vessel, was expected at  Liverpool and hor arrival was awaited  bv hundreds of -people who, had iriend*-  aboard, but 'she .never' qame,. anil it  was" lound that the'story of hf-r arrival at Madeira, was a heartless hoax  All.the time the ill-luted vessel was at'  .'the. bottom oi the sea.       ��� >*  On November 30, 1888, a large vessel  'was seen from the beach at Deal, sailing toward the Goodwin Sands. .She  was a ��� fair .pictuie,. to rlook on a.s she  moved over the waters with her, state--  lv spread "of sails.-. But'as .the eyes.oi  "the wat'cheis followed her she * vvas-  view.- What caused this tragically  sudden 'disappearance'-of. a .'statelv  sliip? " That is another ot .the cOunt-  lesb,^ecrets which.rhe ocean has in its  .jealous," beeping.' -     *. . '  1    - , *  . u        _    *  ''China's latest reform scheme . is to  transform the historic ,. examination  halls  in  Pekin  into' a  military  school.  invf it ho found a pendant formed b>  the- jewelled    representation    of    the  Prussian eagle, ami, between its talons  was'the single    hair    handed by    the  riei-rnan "Ambassador  to-the  Princess.  At each'end oi it was suspended,a tiny,  plaque    in' .enamel    with,   the    word  ������AUaco?   on  oue  and . "Lorraine'    on,  the'other.    'Attached  to 'tlie'    eagle-s ���  beab wa\ a scroll ibearing in diamonds  the" words, "Vims'ne les tenez que^par  un dieven"-("you hold them by only  a Jiair").    ' .','-.  If reta'ins old , and Makes New,  friends.���Tim-e was when Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil had but a small field  ot distribution, but now its territory  is widespread. ��� Those who first recognized its curative qualities still  value it -as a specific, and while it re-  tains'its old friends-it is eyer making  new. , It is certain that whoever once  uses it will not be without it.  ',  Appetite comes with eating  and each square of, crisp, de-  liciousness seems ' but to make  room-for more.        ,f  Mooney's Perfection  Cream Sodas  are different from any other  cracker.' Nothing "'heavy or  .doughy" about them but so light  and crisp that, they are'/trans-  parent.; ftooheys biscuits will  be a" regular dish on your stable  if you wiil- try them. .   _''"  Say-"Mooney's" to yourgrocer.  fa  , ''������  is'.* I  Y*<  ' '        Tne   -1-CMtO'lO.  'The 'Itestudo" in use among the Ro-*  mans, when besieging a city was" no  doubt suggested by the shape and shell  'of tlie'tortoise.'  ' '              Barley. 0  Barley ripens to perfection on the  sides of the Himalaya mountains up to  12,000 feet above the sea' level. There  is no other place in the world where  it matures at a greater height than  0,000 feet         *.   Ant  Stispemiton   Itrtdpreis.       1.  In the ant hills of South Africa,,have  been found suspension bridges passing  from one gallery ro another aud sp.in-  ning-a gulf more than six inches wide.  Pile- Terrors Swept Away.���Dr. Ae-  new's Ointment stands at the head as a  reliever, healer and sure cure for Piles  In all forms. One amplication -will eiye  comfort in a few minutes, and three to  ���six days' application according- to directions vvlll cure chronic cases. It relieves  all ItchinK and buniliiK skin diseases in  a day.    35   cents.���7!) -  .  In the last roar Germany's trade  with South A'frica has increased by  $60,000,000.  HOW'S  THIS?  We offer One Hnn.lro.1 Pollar. Ke-rard for am  esse of Cfttnrrh tliftt cannot be cured by Hull-" Cut  ttrrh Cure.   F. J. CIIENEY i CO.. Toledo. O.  We. the undei*.iKno<l. linve known F. J.   CThfno''  for tho l��*t 10 jeers, and lwl.e.-e him porrectlr hem  oraWe  in  all  builnos* t��������*.�������� tions ��n.l BiiiinclBll.*  ablo to  carrv out liny obliRfttion'. m.i.lo hy  hii Ann.  Wai.du.-q.   Krsvu;  * SIvhtut,  1 "      '  Wholc.nlo nruKB'��t-". Toledo, O.  HM1> Cntnrrh Curo .- taken , mtorrmllj. aotlni  dlrt-otl* .il��n the blood nnd m.ioous surlnoe. of th.  ,v.te'm! Testimonmls -ent free. Price .no. pel  bottle.     Sold  b>   all-Dmssi-U.  Tnko nnll'-i Familj Pill* for constipation  K  'it  is estimated   'that  there    are  present 75,000 ' political    prisoners  .Russian jails.    ��� ,  MOTHER   AND   BABY.  rJvoiy mother who has used  Baby's  Own  Tablets  will  tell   you   that (he>  'are    the    best  medicine in tlu*  world  'lor    tlu*    cure   of   constipat'ion.   colic  I sour   stomach.   Indigestion,   diarrhoea.  'sleeplesness.  teething    troubles,    and  otnor ailments  ol   children.    You can  give those tablets to a now-born baby  ��� with absolute surety���they  nlwuys do  'good-   thev  cannot  possibly do   harm.  1 I'lieir use* means health  Tor tho child  'and comfort   for  the mot hor.    Mrs. C  P    Kerr,   Elgin,  Out-,   says:���"Baby s  Own  Tablets are ihe host   medicine  1  ever    used    for   stomach-,-and  bowel  troubles, and destroying worms.-.    I*.c  mother   should' he   without-.sv box, o.  'Tablets 'in   tbe  house."    Get  them at  your  druggists  or   by  mail 'lrom/the  Dr. Williams Medicine Co., BrockyiUe  Ont;., at'i!5 cents' a box.  Kad* by j" O. Ayer Co., toweU, Ksu.]  ���lao manurheturera of a  *     SARSAPAWLU.  OTFQ. pills.  Vf # O   HAIB VIGOR.  Ayer's Pills Increase tho activity of  the- iiver. and thua aid  recovery.  Wnr-ncil   In  Time.  Kadley-Wiiv'diiln't you introduce  me-to tUafsl-iuinlns'.Miss Pcches when  you wore with her on, the avenue yesterday? Didn't you seo me .speak to  you as I passed? Kandor���Yes, but  *Mlss Pcches saw you and spoke to me  first. ������"  VV  ri  U   No  577;  Tlie  Wrer  or  1S13.  During the war of 1S12, the secoud  war with Grout Britain, there were  ten regular battles, eight actions almost oiiiiiiling the, dignity of battles  and fifty-two skirmishes, bombardments or other combats.  li-imt   llnllaori.  The first balloon was made, hy a  Jesuit, about lf.20. The idea was revived in Prance by M. MonrgoKier in  17S3 and introduced in England lhe  following your.    Mmmm  Another Tradition   Gone.  The quiet-manner in which the Mastership of the Bucbhouads has faded  out of-jthe list of British Ministerial  appointments would have considerably  surprised thoso who a score of years  ago commenced to "agitate against its  retention, says The Westminster Gazette. Yet the political antiquary cannot but heave a sigh as he thus sees  passing from sight an office which as  long ago as the reign of Henry VI. was  described iri a petition to tbe King by  its then holder as "of olde tyme ordoy-  ned for the plcasir and dispone of your  noble progeriitours and their    succes-  sours." It would appear from the claim  of this 'William Drocas, Snuyer, Mais-  ter of your Highnesses    Bukhounds,"  thnt tho" position  had come to be regarded   as    hereditary,     "forasmuche  that he holdith of you, and all his Aun-  cestrcs of tyme Chat no mynde is to  have   holderi   or   your  noble  progeni-  tours, the Manolr of Lltyll Weldon In  the Counte of Northlon, by    Giaunte  Seigeaunto, that is to witte,    to    be  Maister of your Bukhounds,  and    to  kopo xxiiii  rennylng houndes  and vi  grchoundos, and  to fyndo    a    yoman  Voantrcr and two    yomen    Berners."  But this "moke Besechcr" complained  that thc Sheriffs of Surrey and Sussex  had suddenlv censed to pay the annual  grant under the Privy Seal for the keep  of the hounds, which had been done -  from the time of Edward III.;  and he'-  sought redress from King and Pariia- j  merit, .which was promptly    accorded.  At what'period this hereditary, office  passed into orie  to be changed .with  the Ministry, is not clear:  Derivation  ot Fork.        j.  The fork-,takes, its name from the j  Latin furca, a yoke looking like an In- '  ffertcd V.7,Prom this come the Italian  lorca and forchetta (little fork). The  latter , word gives the French their  fourchette, while the English go back  to the former and retain the harder  Sounding "fork." ,   . .   ...  NO DIFFERENCE  Dr Leonhardt's Hem-Roid cures  any form of Piles, Internal, External,  Bleeding. Blind, Itching, Suppurating,  ���etc. are simply "names of the stages  through which every case.will pass it  it continues. , ���        *.���������*  Piles are caused by congestion of  blood in the lower bowel, and it takes  an' internal remedy    to    remove   the  cause. ��� ,., . , v.  Dr Leonhardt's Horn-Rdrd is a tablet taken internally, and no case of  Piles has ever been found it failed to  cure.    Money back if it does fail.  S1.00 at any dealers, or the W ilson-  Pyle Co., Limited, Niagara Falls, Ont.  -14  0* Paper'Handkerchief s.'  Now Yoi-k.���Soveral leading London  physicians .aic now'advocating the use'  of a haiidkerc'niet made oi paper. 11ns  is not onlv wit 11 the me.i ot prevu...-  ing the spiead ol consumption, but a  myii.ul, ot othei diseases, it lsaigued  Lhat a, linen handkerchiel ,wlneh ij  carried' in the' pocket , and ��� becomes  heated; is' necessarily a1-disseminator  of undesirable germ's and,\\;itu the aid  oi laundries, a constant circulation ot  deadlv<roigaiiisnis.is kept'up: r "   '  ' It,is customary in many Jinghsh  sanitariuinsi to provide- the'' patients  vvit'li paper-handkerchiefs,-which, alter  ���use, are" placed 'in '.receptacles where  tliey are immediately cremated. Most  of,tho handkerchiefs i%d in these sanitarium's ine of Japanese'liuike as the  English make has not come into lavoi  on ifccount of theii* being much hauler  in texture,than, the Japanese.   ,,-  - ',       v>     '���;  ^ "A Grand Medicine" is the encomium oft'en* -passed on'-Bickle's Anti-  Consumptive Syrup, and-'when the'-re-]  suits from its use,are considered, <as  borne out by many persons who have  employed it in stopping- coughs and  eradicating' colds, it is more than  grand. Kept in the house it is always  at hand 'and it has no equal as a ready  remedy. If you have not tried it, do  so at once. . ' -  How a Leak was Stopped.  To stop' a leak in a steamer which  struck a rock in the Stiaits of Magel-  len recourse was had to timber, ballast  rock and Portland cement, which  formed so eilective a cork . that the  vessel was enabled to proceed on hei  voyao-e. and was finally taken to New-  Port News for repairs. It was round  thnt the filling was so solid chat with  ordinary appliances some'six weeks  would have been consumed m chopping it out. To overcome this diflicul-  tv "small -charges of dynamite wore  used, and after three days of blasting,  without injury to the vessel or , tlie  dock, the mass of ' material was se  completely loosened up as to permit  of being removed.  DELICIOUSLY   ' '  '   ' '   FLAVOR.ED. ,  i  CRYSTALLY, CLEAR.,  m      A' PINT OF JELLY'  "!��-   MADE   IN'A, MINUTE  |V        '    BY  S1MPLV.    -.  W ADDING   HOT .WATER  %   '       REFUSE ALL '    ,,  M       " SUBSTITUTES.  i?5    ASk:  YOUR  GROCER  -   '  lY"  ST  '��� >i tk  -"- H  !,', ,   -S_  '    .  'Y-flS  !.  ."-,%_}  ,'H  <'.|.  "c"&_.  ���  v'   -'. '-Vft-'l  <3��  ���U*N40n  Heart-Sick ' People.���-Dr. Agnew's Cure  tor the Heirt is aP herat tonic that never  fails to cure���is swift in Its effects���goes  closer to the "border land" and snatches  from death's grip more sufferers that  any other remedy tor any family of disease �� and ailments In the c-rtewwy of  human sufferings- Gives relief In 30 minutes.���7E      v        ^   The remedy tor Ireland, according to  J. II. Cuiiningliame, is to encourage  and  foster her manufactures.  The   Halifax   garrison   is.     now  trolled entirely by  Canadians.  cou-  .inard's   Liniment   Cures   Burns,   etc.  A non Methodist church, costing  !?3S,000 vwis opened at I'ort Arthur.  Ont.  Itch, Mange, Prairie Scratches, Cuban Itch on Human or animals cured  in 30 minutes by Wolford's Sanitary  Lotion. It never fails. At all druggists.  Owinf to the dispute between Belfast shipbuilders and their pattern  makers, about ISO men went on stnko.  Snuff and   Savagery.  The   habit   of  snuff-taking  has  been  confirmed among savage tribes for ages  past. l In South Africa it is used among  Swauis, Basutos, .11 id Mntabelos.    Every Zulu to-day, oven in towns carncs  a  little  square  box   suspended   around  his  neck  by  a  piece  of suing or gut,  and the snuff  spoon  (for  tliey  do  not  indulge in the homely  -'pinch'"), carv-  od out of sheep's    bone,  oiten    ornamented with  iutiicate.��gcoiuctiical designs,   and   for     convenience     carried  hanging  dow nwards  through  a  slit   in  tho "lobe ol thc ear.    The Zulu icgards  the lobe ol  his ear as a   useful  iccep-  taclo   for   various     articles   lie     meets  with.    The  innlaaii,  or   houseboy,  universally met vwth in -Nataj, has a penchant  for safety  pins,  vi hich    have to  bo  carefully     hidden   fi 0111   liis    sharp  oyes;   even   then,   after  going  through  the   rooms,   he  1*     usually   to   bo  seen  with  a string of these  puis suspended  from  each   ear until   they    reach    hia  shoulders.  Lord Hvde. the eldest son of the lorn  chamberlain, is a handsome young  man. who is very populai m comt  ciicles.  Minard's Liniment on sale everywhere  Governor Jliggin*-, of New York, has  crr.inti'd 11 fuitlu-r reprieve to A. T.  Patrick,  convicted   ol   murder.  Sunlight Soap is better than other soaps,  but is best when used in the Sunlight way.  To appreciate the simplicity and ease of  washing with Sunlight Soap in the Sunlight  way you should follow directions.  After rubbing on the soap, roll up each  piece, immerse in the water, and go away.j  1   will do its work in thirty to sixty minutes..!'���  Your clothes will be cleaner and whiter than if washed  in the old-fashioned way with boiler and hard rubbing.  Equally good with hard or,' soft water. ^  Lover  Brothers  Limited,  Toronto  'S3 •.I.
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iPitblutied in the interest of the peoplr
_i    ol Movie Rni| L'». t Kooten.ty.
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"We would not. be wnliowt Cbam-
luin's Cough Remedy. 1: i- Icei* on
hand continually in our I mine." .*.*-.>••
\V. \V Kearney, editor of the Indi-
•vnnYiit, Lovverv City, Mo. Th it it-
just -what every family "should do
When,,kept at hand ready fur in*tanl
BA-iitb oi scHSCKirTios. j use, n cold   may   be   checked   at   the
Dae Year $2.00 ,'Hitset and cured   ini much   les's   tiim-
- —._-_,  .-.t-4- ! (ban after il has'become bellied in the
M-htfDi. The remedy is a'so without a
-.eor for rmup in children, and will
prevent the attack when given as noon
.s the child becomes hoarse, or even
.ifter iLu cronpy coufjlpflppears/whicii
..ui only be done when the lernedy rs
'• ept at Land. For sale by the Movie
Drug & Stationery Store. '        ,
TJVEJLV.AjrdR, MOYIE, RRITISlt COLUMBIA
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j La LI 1
SA'iUKDAY, WAR. 31, 190G.
Jlave yi'ii <->ined up your yur-J?
- . >-^»  .
Tomorrow, will be All r>ooiV  Day.
/■-.PentiotOu has driven out  its  Chin-
■*fe population.    Good for renticton.'
Mining in ihe silvery Slooan js pick
»nj{ up.    The leasing s^'steajY.*- .doing
' i   V
tthtt trick. ' (   v
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Jailer—Sir, there's  a-reporter ou1-
aide wants'to interview you.
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Noted Prisoner—Tell him, I'm   not
in.—Ex.       _____
Elbert, Hubbard   says:    ."The  man
'•who cannot and who does-not support
, liimsulf— producing    more     than    he
-consumes—is not  an  educated   man,
no matter how=> many  college  degreoB
bo may possess.
. The Nelson board of trade ie making an effort to have the name of the
new eteamer now .being'built by tbe
■ C. P. JR., changed-.Jron. tho ' "KuLkc-
nook" to the 'fCi!y, of N"elson,r' an'd
the idea seems ''a good one.- It will
prove''as' good   an   advertisement   to
'kelson   asathe' steamer "Moyie"   has
-*b'etiD to this town.
Golden   Star:     We   do   not  know
-whether'this is original orlnot.    It' was.
'■   een,t to the  Star  by  a  Calgary,' lady,
Everyone who  lias been   in  tHe  cow
•camp knows bow it   blows- there,  and
' the dust, well it  is a  fright,    Here  is
,     '    - ' t"i . .  ,
£he gemlft:     .<in -  *
The devil sends the nasty wind
'Arid blows our skirts knee high;
» ' But God ie just and btews the dust
Bight in the bad ruan's'eye. •
noticjc. ,  ,   :
Notice is hereby given that the reg-'
isic-ed oliice of the,St. Eugene Mou.i-
t.'iin MUiep, Limited, Liability, ([nonie
fhang'd from Yankee Girl Alining
Company, Limited Liability) oi Kn*=lo,
British Columbia, has br>en removed
from KtiB'hi, .British Columbia, .' to
Movie, ijritl*h Columbia'. °
0. A. SU niERLAND, '
Sec.tetary-Trcasurer.,
Moyie, B. C.-Mnrch 3rd, 1900. ,   .p
' . ' NO.TXOE. i ("  ,
Rixtv days after data I.in'end to npply to tlie
Chief Commissioner of Lands und Works foe
i.errcbsion'to purchiisii fbe ^ollowlug descrlbud
land In South Hsibt ICooienayr—'     0       ,
Commencing at a post planted 'on the bank
of the Moyie River 20 chnins north of H. H.
Dlinork'M pro-erapliou, tlie'uoe ruiiiung,' eaKt 40
critiiiiE, tl.euce uort'n 80 chains, west 20 cl-.utns,
more or Jess, to the Moyie River, thenca dow n
ihe River lo the place of commeueemeut.
-  "„    G. A. CLOrHIEH.  locator.
"B. G. ST, CLA.IK, Agent, -._
listed this, 201U day of February, 1906,
A Scientific'Preparation
Preserves the teeth     -, ,
_Strengthens 'the giim's -
Purifies th) Mniih, /''-   '.,
'Perfcmss-the Breath   -, 'f
■    ,     "        - .  •    <■
r    The Most up-to-date
'     ;       preparation on    ,
the  market
The/'Moyie' Drag and/, Stationery   Store.
I. O. O. F.
witdey i.oiico >'*>• **■*■
Meets every Tuesday evening in their
hall  on   Victoria  street.    Sojourning
Odd Fellow-i cordially invited.
P. G. RotiTH,     ' F. J. SMYTJI,
-     Noble Grand. Secr'y.  .
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Moyie   Miners'   Union
No. 7.1 W. F. of M,
Meets iri McGrepor hall evory Saturday evening. Sojourning members
are cordially invited to attend.   '   ■
YV>. J. Fkltham,
Prei-idcnt,
- Tnos. E. Kelly, ,
<  . Secretary
rNOxici:.
In the matter of aa application for the i*su-
of a duplioate of the Certificate of Title for Lot,
9, Block 5, In the Lake Shoro Addition, Moyie
City. (Map (381)    '  '   i
Notice is hereby given that it is my Intention
to iBSiie at the expiration of one month from
the first publication hereof a duplicate--of-the
Certificate of Title to tbe above 'mentioned Lor'
in the name of Michael Nugent, which1 Certlfl-
cate.ie dated the 10th day of October, 1901 and
numbered S12A,    ,   , ' ,
"H, e. HACLnqr*,"   a
'    „ District Registrar,**
Land Registry Office, ,Melson,.U. C;i \ <•
•  15th March 1900. ' ,    ■*     '
NOTICE.
Notice is -hereby given that sixty days from
date I intend to apply to the Chief Commis-
aioner -of Landb and works for permission to
purchase the follovwns 'dc'hsrlbed 'lands in
South East Kooteuay;   '    ' ,
Starting at a point marked, G. A. Passmore's
North West corner post, planted ou the South
side of the Grant's NeEt Pass' Railway between
the 42and,d3 mile posts of said railway; thence
east parallel to said ^traek. a' distance of 30
chalus; thence south at right angles 23 chains;
thence west at right angles 30 chains; thence-
north, p. right angles 23 chains ,to point of com
Eyery,man and eyery  woman   feels
. the influence of  clothesi .and  appcar-
'    ance upon conduct.    You have  heard
-.■of tbe'lori'ely 'man   in  the .Australia   m«ecmMt,wn»iii^
i wi  iuj ^-u"; , ^ Dated at Curzon,, Britiili Columbia, In iast
faush who alwny8 plltg  on   an ..evening   Lootenay, February 28th, J900.
"'-'..'. ,    , . .   . ; . • G. A, PASS1IOKE.
,! dress for dinner, so that he .might ,re-„
member he was a genileman..' Addison
could not wiite his best unless'he was
• well dressed. Put a naughty gifl into
her best Sunday clothes and she. will
behave quite nicely. Put a blackguard into khaki and he will be a hero.
Put an omnibus conductor into uniform and he will live up to his clothes.
Indeed, in a millenium of free clothes
of the latest fashion we shall all be
arch angles—London Caronicle.
D\ 1,1 ForSalo.     ^ ..     -f
' The place known as  th-j ^Dill, milk-
ranch, 320 acfes, good barn and house,
Apply to
"   J.E.Crowe, Moyie, B. C.
  rj
Laing's  Barber    Shop.
- ' Opposite Hotel Kootenay,    -
SharpTJazois, Clean Towels and Good
' Workmanship.
Walter B. Laino, Proprietor.
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FarrdI s&: SmythfVMdyie. :-■.-.. ,
Comfortable-
Rooms   ari^i .
*.   v Best, of:. y:
Table Board.■',
J. A. (JGUPILL, Propr.
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NELSON,
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MEAT'" ^MERCHANTS
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Fresh' and Cured Meata, Fresh     -
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''    Fish, Game; ana   Poultry.    \ye   .
■> supply  only-'the   best.     Your .
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trade solicited.'/      ,    •      ,,'
3IAKKETS  "i     y      ',
In' all' the   Principal
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Cities and "To wns Yin
" British Columbia
MOYIE AJ3ETE -NO. 855
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Meets eveiy   AVednebdayat   8 P. M.
DR." HARVIE,    .     J. n. HA.W.KE,
'Worthy Pres.,        ,   Worthy , Secr'y.
Harvey   &   Mc Carter,
rt r *.     '-
BarrisU-r-s, Solicitors, Notaries, Etc.
;,    '    Y   * '   Y      '- :'
Cranbrooki >' ■ - ■ B. C.
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Wi F„.GUKB,     -
'BAItKISTEK, SOLIOITOIt, ETC.   "■>,
'.CRANBROOK,   -v*.   ;. '   ■•', ,• '.. "' B. C
T      C.H. DUNBAR •'•;.'
1     .  V'  '    '        ,' - - ■   *--
Barrister, Solicitor, Nolury, Public, Etc
-*-' VCranfordo^, B. O. '«■• '
dr. p. b. miles,;,,
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Cranbrook,   Y   r  B, C^
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George -H. Thompson,
Barkistkh)' SoLrciTORY^q-'
"**    , t taryTuuLi'c,' &c.     -u" -
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Cigars,fc*'Tobaccos^   " Confectionorj-
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% '"J -'MarKef affords. The Bar is Filled-' with A
% ^\ 7  the Best -Brands of- Liquors .and Cigarsy|
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i';^s 'rt-i-idf- by the >re>cnt brewo'f^ifi   i.^irjiHu'lv
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Lho''Piire»lL'Siiri(ii'rWAl.T U'jiiJtMMfiHj^J!Jpr qHniiiy.   '     \
Do Not Neglect a liad Cold.
r>v"ever allow a cold to take its course
Too often at this season of the year.its
course is toward pneumonia. Chamberlain's Couith R-jtnedy will promptly
' cure .your cold and counteract any
tendency in this dircctiorjQ* There io
nolhing better for acute throat and
lung rrouble?. For sale by tho Movie
Diug &. Suiiionery  Co.
-THE—
Red Wheal Wlii-key. f>om<*thiti<:
riew. HriUI by A. C, Bowne.*-j. whole-
eale linuor dc.lrr, Cr.inbro'ik.
DBSAUI.NIEK BKOS,    ITops.
Lan;e sample room in connection
with house for commercial men. Best
of accommodations.   ,
Headquarters   for   Com-
'tncrcr.il and Mru'in1; Men.
QtT.ENS   AVENl'E,
MOYII3,   U. C.
'  NEEDED
Annually, to fill the new pos-inonscre
iited by Railroad  and Telegraph companies.. We  want Young   Men and
Ladies of good habits, to   -   a
LEARN TELEGRAPHS
AND E. It. ACCOu'rNTrSG ,
We furnish 75 percent, of tbe Operators and Station Agents in Ann-rica.
Our six schools are tbe laTge^t exclusive Telecraph Schools in the would,
Established 20 years and endoii-ed bv
all leading Railway officials. .     «
We execute a ^250 Bondlo everv
btudent to furnish him 'Or her a position paying from $10 to $60.1 month
in'states east of the Rocky_Mountmns>,
or from $75 toiiflOO a month in st-iter-
west of Ihe Rocky Mountains, immediately upon graduation.     _     s
Students can enter at any time.   Xo
vasatif-iis.    For full particulars regard
ing any of  our schools write direct tf
our executive office  at  Cinciun..Li. V.
Catalogue Ireo.
The Riorse School of Telegraphy
Wm. Jewell-
higher \
Our    Truvelfi-r. Tti.il
will call on th' 'price, will prev-i^
Trade fcbortU *in. '-I'lrin h -eason |
Sample*, of Fat' r* abfohi'vlrj ci'i-I
M'iple Leaf Rui.- mi. B iv o'"*- he- 1
brrs. '' rt' the n*e.
Express and General Delivery Business. Livery-and
Feed Stable.
Lcave Orders at
GwynneVStore.
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MOYIE BiiUbh  Colum'.ia.
-FROM
A. B, Stewart ,&- Co.
Agent   for   Crovvs'   Nest
- 'Steam Laundry.   '
FOR   FUSE   TAILORING   GO   TO
G.LFOOTE
MERCHANT   TAILOR'
And Gents'  Furnisher.
'    Fine   Suitings,    Overcoatirrg
,   Trousers, .Imported    Goods. „'
(UNION"   SHOP.")''
MOYIE,
sewing machine:
ROLLER BEARING.
HIGH GRADE.
Trie New M.-pV !>..( Sumprs   arc t
n.'ide over thc 1 .toM footform la*ts and ,
p' ntnin all  the point--    of   appenr.ince
thape,  r-'tyle,   and   dunibilny   clainud
for other makes and, in   addition,   an-
more durable   nndi-r   W. bti-rn   conditions.
Selling Mitplf* Le.if   Rubbers  vvil1
inn. i.*e your pro-p"niy.    Don't   lu
tiii you li ive Been thc-m.
C'iiieiiiiuiti, Oiilu.
Allanl.i. On.
Toxark.tiia, Tft.
(luiralo, N. y
J.nC'ri>Ht.e, VV >*
Snu l''r.mciKCt>, Cat
-it    -Joseph's   Convent.
NELSON, B. C.
iio.uding and D.-y School conducted bv the Sitters of St. Joseph, Nelson
H. C. Commercial aud busincr-t-
courses a specialty. Excellence and
swift progresa cluuacte-'izn each de
p.irtment. I'arciits bhould write for
particulars. One month asHureri the
public oi the thoroughness of tin
Sisters' methods of teaching. Tcrrnr-
comm.ncc January, April and Sept.
Pupils are admitted durins: terw*-
ache
Lewis
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PREST PHOTO CO.
CKANBltOOK   AND   MOYIE.
■LecKie,
YiKCOUYEP, B. G.
B •lVivig Agont/ for ll.ie   West,
« WV- '.*StiS":i -.4 ~!HKllS**' Sj®Pe?We5?3S
by buying this
reliable, honest,
high grade sewing machine.
STRONGEST GUARANTEE.
National  Sewing Machine Co.,
SAN   FRANCISCO.   CAL.
FACTORY AT BELVIDERB. ILL.      ~
O. F. DE:5AUL3fIE!R,
DEALB1  IN
•tiiino^ *?m(Ioni(A.v pao rtncuo 'spjoo saino
ApaiiieH q8no3-..'slu.iB|iaqi«Bi|3
.  PROMPT   DELIVERY.
aueens' A^e.      MOYTE
W. R. BEATTY
Enibalmor and Undertnker,
Phone 89,       , ORANBROOK,
BFGIXNIXG FEB, 15, lOOfi
THROUGH
TOURIST-
SLEEPERS
E*,ery Day In   The Yeai Between
Seattle'And Chicago
via   the
Great 'Northern j Pailway
The  Comlortflble  Way  Route of
the   famous Orieulnl Liuiitid
For detailed information,  mteer, 'etc.,
call on or adress
H.   L,    B7ickstonc Agent G. N,Ry.,
FERNIE, B. CCZ^m Y.
EAGLE HALL
T. V. LOWKEY, Prop.
MINERS' HEADQUARTER.*-?.    This hotel is   close   toofno  m'vitt, and   a|
every Convenience for Working Men.
i
South Victoria St.
Wholesale Wines,- Liquors
and Cigars.
CRANBROOK, British. ColuinWi
Unsure in the
April 5, 6, 7,    -
dofx vmm it
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